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iBTSHOP & Uo JJANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian IslnmU
Draw Exchange cm tho
iHauU oi Callfoi-iiln, S. X'
Awl their agents In
NEW YOltK, BOSTON, HONG KONO. t
.MiM-rs. X. M.Itotluiuliihl&Kuii, London.
The Oomnieicinl Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tlie Commercial Hntik t'n., or Sydney,
The Hunk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, mid Wellington.
The Ihnk of British Colutnliln, ;Vlc
lorla, 15. 0. nud Poitlnnd, Oi.
Ttniisncl it General Banking Duslnt"-:-.
"Bin gnUjj HU:Hn,
ricJgod to neither Occt nor Tarty.
Bat establish for the benefit of all.
MONDAY. Jl'NK 8. 1SS:.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Yoscmile Skating llink 7.
Central Park Skating Rink, 7:ol).
llnnnony Lodge, I.O.O.K., 7:00.
HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION.
The meetings of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, loports of
which appeared from day to day in
the Hi i.i.i'.tin of last week, afford a
very good illustration, if any was
needed, of the advantageous results
of missionary enterprise. The pro
ceedings were, of course, in the Ha
waiian language. With the excep
tion of some live or six Anglo
Saxon faces, the assembly was
wholly native. Business was con
ducted with the same systematic
order as in any well-conducted
American organization. The moder
ator discharged his duties with ex
cellent tact and ability. Matters
coming up for consideration were
discussed with spirit and in the best
temper. The sessions were usually
attended by a fair number of spec
tators. No one could view the de
liberations of this body without con
trasting the situation with the con
dition and status of these rimo
people fifty years ago. The thou
sands who read about the doings at
gatherings of the natives of theve
islands at the beginning of this cen
tury would digest the news with
feelings very different from the
, sentiments of respect, sympathy
and interest with which the trans
actions of last week's Hawaiian
ecclesiastical assembly will be re
ceived. LATEST FOREICH NEWS.
OCN'EKAI. G It ANT.
General Grant.', had an unquiet
night on the 28th May, being kept
awake with pains in the throat and
ear. Dr. Douglas believed the
General had become chilled during
his ride on the previous afternoon.
The report of the 30th was that,
' General Grant slept well last night,
and enough longer than usual to
average his sleep for the two days
past. Dr. jJouglas stayed all nignt,
and said to-day tlie pain in the
General's ear had passed away and
he was feeling belter this morning."
Tin: si'ur.cicr.i.s tuiai..
There was a crowded court-room
at the opening, in San Francisco on
May 25th, of the trial of Adolph 1$.
Spreckels for an assault to murder
M. II. dc Young. 11. II. Lloyd
opened the case on behalf of the
people, briefly reciting a narrative of
the alleged crime. William II. Ca
meron, a clerk in the Chronicle
olllcc, was the first witness, and his
examination was lengthy. He said
the defendant's calling of de Young
and his firing of the first shot were
done almost .simultaneously'. Drs.
Ulaeh and Murphy testified as to dc
Young's injuries. Most of the
other witnesses were employes of
the Chronicle, and the prosecution
was through on Tuesday. On the
third day McAllister, of counsel for
the dcfcu.se, demanded that the pro
secuting witness, dc Young, should
be called. Lloyd replied, contend
ing that it was unnecessary, and
Judge Toohy took till next day to
decide tlie question. His decision
left the matter in the discretion of
counsel for the prosecution. The
defense was then opened by Taylor,
in the absence of McAllister through
sickness. The defense comprised
chiefly pleas of emotional insanity,
provocation and self-defense. Up
to the noon recess of June l&t seve
ral witnesses for the defense had
Till: MWSTltV TO JAPAN.
Ex-Governor Hubbard, of Texas,
the new Minister to Japan, stated to
a San Francisco reporter that a part
of his mission would be to effect a
revision of the treaty between the
two countiics. At present he said,
tho balanco of trade between the two
countries is decidedly against the
United Stales, Japan taking about
8t ,000,000 of 5,000,000 of goods
annually from this country, while
the Tnltcd Slates put chases from
816,000,000 to $18,000,000 from
Japan. His first elfort will be to
encotuagc and increase in cvciy
possible way the commercial relations
between the two nations. The tend
ency of Jmmncse urtvniicnmcnL Is to
adopt the habits and the manners of i
mo oi mo western worm, ami con
sequently to buy aiticles manufac
tured in this country and in Eng
INDIWs t)X mi, yu VAT II.
An Apache band i" committing
depredations and atrocities in New
Mexico. As far as heard fiom
Lordsburg, on May 30th, they had
uiurdctcd scvcnly-Ilvc people. Mi
ners and prospectors had Htainpcdcd
from Gold Hill, a mining district in
the Ilurro Range, twelve miles
northeast of Lordsburg.' A portion
of the band was heading for old
Mexico at last accounts.
Judge Allen, Boston, refused to
grant Mrs. John L. Sullivan's appli
cation for a divorce. He did not
think Sullivan had been proved a
"gross and confirmed drunkard,"
nor had his cruelty been proved.
A passenger train on the Wabash,
St. Louis and Pacific Railroad ar
rived in Chicago, May .'list, with a
madman on board, l'oliecinen at
stations along the way were afraid
to tackle the deranged man, who
was well armed. Eight uniformed
policemen and four in plaiu clothes
awaited the arrival of the train. Uc
fore the madman was secured, one
officer named Uarrelt was shot dead,
another probably fatally wounded,
several citizens were injured, and
the lunatic himself was mortally
wounded, with three bullets in him.
There is great excitement in
Josephine county, Southern Oregon,
over the discovery of Big Yank
ledge, which gives S 100 in gold to
The revised Old Testament m not
selling so fast in New York as the
New when first issued. Dealers,
however, anticipate a steady sale, as
it is a work that every minister and
every Bible student will wish to
Mary Pinkham, daughter of Dr.
C. E. rinkham, of Sacramento, was
shot dead in a passenger car going
east, at liocklin, Mafl P(). A pas
senger had accidentally fired his re
volver in the closet, and the bullet
struck the girl, who was aged 13,
just below the heart, causing in
stant death. Her mother was with
the child at the sad moment.
The steamer City of Home, of the
anchor line, which reached New
York May 28th, ran down the
French fishing baik Jeanne oh the
banks of Newfoundland. Out of a
crew of twenty-four men only two
were saved. The steamer was run
ning much north of her course, at
the rate of fourteen knots through
The Indian chief Poundmakcr
surrendered unconditionally to Gen
eral Middletou at Battlcford on May
2-1 th Poundmakcr and thirty braves
will be held prisoners to await the
action of the Government. They
also brought in 210 stands of arms.
Col. Strange's force was fighting
with Big Bear at For Pitt on tlie
North Saskatchewan river, May
27th. Strange wanted reinforce
ments and ammunition, and General
Middlclon left Battleford on May
."1st, with a relief force on two
IJicl'B lieutenant, Dumont, and
Duinoins, a companion, were cap
tured by U. S. Sergeant Pcikins and
two scouts on American territory,
May 27th. General Drum tele
graphed from Washington to Gen
eral Schofield, saying the military
forces had no authority to arrest or
detain the men, and ordered their
release from military arrest.
F. T. Lemieux, member of Par
liament, and Charles Kirkpatrick,
will defend Kiel, with Hon. llonorc
Mcrcicr, tlie leader of the Liberals
in the Quebec Legislature, as coun
sel. They will insist Hint their
client be tried by a jury of his coun
trymen, as a commission appointed
by tlie Government cannot be im
partial. THE OLD WOULD.
KMll.ANH ANI IttlSSIA.
Up to the moment of latest advices
it was supposed a peaceful arrange
ment of tho Afghan boundary ques
tion had been effected. In short, it
was the English proposal, that Utis
sia should remain at Pcnjdch, while
Afghanistan was to bo given Maru
chak and Zulfikar. A general feel
ing of relief over the avoidance of
war was reported to be felt in Eng
land. Jlany European papers con
sider that lUissia's acceptance of the
English proposals is prompted by a
desire to prevent tlie overthrow of
the Gladstone Cabinet.
The very latest news is, however,
not reassuring. A Loudon despatch
of June 1st says the official state
ment published in the J)aily XTeics
to-day from Granville, Secretary of
State, to the effect that the Uusbo-
Afghan boundary question was sllll
unsettled, has highly disconcerted
tho Jiibcrnls and made tho Tories
It it said the depailure of tho
British has had the effect or reviving
and (strengthening the power of
Osman Dlgna on the lied Sea litoral.
"Wavering tribes have espoused the
cause of El Mahdi, and with them
have gone thousnnds of Arabs who
had declared friendship for England.
Many deserters from the British
camps took with them the arms with
which they had been supplied.
A Cairo despatch of May 20th
says : Taniai has been evacuated by
the British troopo. The number of
persons who have left Dongola siuco
the departure of the Mudir is 11,000.
The probable approach of the forces
of El Mahdi greatly alarms the peo
ple in the towns evacuated and about
to bo evacuated by the British.
Advices of May 2 1th confirm the
report that El Mahdi has again been
defeated by the rival false prophet
and has fled up tho White Nile. The
result will probable bo anarchy
throughout a largo section of the
Soudan, but it is thought that
Egyptian garrisons at Kassala and
elsewhere will now have a chance to
di:atii ov vicTon hlmki.
Victor Hugo, tlie great. Fieneh
author, died on May 22nd. His last
words were, " Adieu, Jeanne,
adieu," addressed to his favorite
graiul-daughler. Half his fortune,
1,000,000 francs, is bequeathed by
Hugo to his daughter Adcle, who is
in a lunatic asylum. The funeral
look place on the first of June, when
the streets were filled with people.
Communists threatened to make dis
turbance, but at the latest accounts,
when the piocession had reached the
Pantheon, where the interment took
place, no collision had occurred.
Several bearers of red flags were
HOUSE TO LET
ND Furniture for Sale, at No. 51
Rerctnn'm Street. -12 tf
1J4MK1IS TO BiET,
NICELY furnished rooms at No. 93
Hotel Street. Sinelo or ensuitc.
Convenient locution. Enquire of
AVERY &, PALMER, 01! Fort St.
A BLACK Cane, ivory handle, gold
tip, willi monogram E. N. Tlie
Under will be rewarded for dclivciing it
at the Attorncv-Ocncnd's office. -12 tf
A THIRD Dividend of (i percent, will
lie paid to bhareholdcis of Koloa
Sugar On. at Iho ofilco of II. Hackfeld
& Co. II. W. SCHMIDT,
Treasurer K. S. Co.
Honolulu, June 8, 1830. 43 at
RESPECTABLE young gentleman
would like n position of any kind,
on this, or any of the immediate islands.
Good Bookkeeper, etc. Address "Anxi.
ous," Bulletin Ofllce. -12 31
Regular meeting of
o Harmony Lodge," No.
8, 1.0 O.F. this even,
int. First Degree nud
Members of Excelsior
Lodge and visiting biolhers are cordial
ly invited. Per Order,
13 It JOHN. A. PALMER. Sec'y.
The regular meeting of IIA-
U w a ii.wr t nnriT.' v oi w
ffjCi-& A- M-i will be held" this
"JtRS evening at 7.30 o'clock.
First Degree. By Order of W. M.-.
Frozen Oysters !
AND AT Tin:
O A. S I IV O
During the Races.
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
I NTENDING Exhibitors are reminded
JL that entries of Horses for the Fnir
of 13th Hint, must he delivered or mailed
to the undersigned before 5 p.m. on
Entries of other classes of Exhibits
will ho received if delivered or mailed
In Honolulu on Thursday evening.
Entry blnnks ran lie obtained from
the undersigned or from Mr. A. Jaeger,
who will also receive tho entiles.
Attention is tcquestcd to the follow
ing extract from tho Programme of the
"Tho large building and such parts of
the giounds as are not required for the
Horse Show will he open to iho public
to exhibit any animals not horses
manufactures, implements, ce., Hint
may bo placed there. A committee of
tho Society will Inspect and report upon
them if they shall hu deemed sufllcicnt
ly worthy." J. S. WEBB, Sec'y.
npiIE machinery of the btcamer V. II,
JL Reed, In whole or in pans. Ap.
ply to tho ofilco of the
37 lw PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
SfcfT, 5tsS5& &
Just Received '
Kx City of Sydney,
In Good Order,
N", Zealand Potatoes
Kor Sale by
Henry Rfiay & Co.
LE Wlf& "CO.
Have just received
California Fresii Fruits !
Peaches, Pears, Apricots,
Cherries & Red Currant".
Carp, Flounders, Soles, Smelts,
Fresh Codfish, Crab. Also
Eastern Oysters ii Tin !
And in Shells and Cauliflower.
Also, from Australia,
New Zealand Potatoes.
MR. C1IAS. HOYT'S Shoeing Shop
it now reopened. Interfering
horses a specialty. 29 tf
Special Credit Sale
At 12 o'clock noon,
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10,
Uy order of
6. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
We will sell
250 Bbls. Portland Cement,
A Line of Groceries and an Assort,
Wines and Liquors.
LYONS & LEVEY, Aucl'rs.
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 9th,
At 10 o'clock a-in,
At the residence of MR. NICHOLS, No.
8 Emma st, on account of depaiture, the
Entire Household Furniture
One Splendid Tone Upright Piano,
Parlor FurniUne, Extension Dining
Tame, I'ictures, Kugs, UrooUery
Kitchen Stove and Utensils !
And One Ice Ohest.
L.YONS & MEVEY, Anct'rx.
HPKG'IAI. AXI I9IPOKTAXT
Trade Credit Sale I
ON "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10
Mejisrs. Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers,
have received instructions from
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane &. Co.
To sell at their Salesroom, tho fol.
lowing lot of New Consignments,
just received from themanufacturcrs.
500 dnz men's assorted Calico Cheviot
and Flannel Slilrls;
104 do, men's assorted Silk, Merino and
Canton Flannel Undenvturj
C9 do, men's assoilcd Fancy Colored
Satin Neck Ties;
170 doz men's Ilrown and Fancy Colored
58 doz men's Blue Dungaree .lumpers;
185 do, ladies' and misses' Plain ami
Fancy Coloied Hosoj
280 do, ladies' Plain White and Fancy
C8 do, ladles' assorted Colored Knit
118 do, childrcu'b Sun Bonnets;
!5'cs aseortcd Fancy Colored Cretons;
7cs " " " Sateens;
78 ps assorted Colored Flnnncls ;
01 ps " " Fine Casslmere;
:(8p5 " Diagonals;
V-i hales assorted White, Ited and Gray
50 ps assorted Width Cocoa .Matting;
47 pkgs " Cioekery;
11 pkgs ' Glassware;
5 pkgs " Stationery, etc, etc;
i pkgs Japaned Toilet Sets;
it pkgs Violins and Musical Instruments
and other Goods too numerous to men.
IST'I'lils sale will compiles soinu of
tho mot deslrahlo lines ever nflorcd, lie.
lug expresily manufactured for tho Isl
and Trade, to which wo call special
attention of storekeepers and others.
Goods ready for examination on Mondny
and Tuesday previous to day of sale.
For fuithcr paiticulais apply to
LYONS & LEVEY, Auct're.
Or to G. W. Macfarlane fc Co. 41 3t
NOTICE of SALE
Goods & IVierchanrJIse
taken upon .1 Dinkeys fol Unit.
Uy direction of T. AM of Ev.n O.diu, 1
ntn directed to sell at l'uhllc Auction, at
the premises No. 00 Nuunnu Strost, on
MONDAY, JUNE 22nd,
at 12 o'clock noon, the following Goods '
3 Hound Tallies, 5 Meat Safes,
I Wnslistaiuls, 1 Show Case,
2 Square Talilc", 'J Show Cases,
1 ItWUouml Table, fillllow.-,
2 Wash Standi", 'i l'lllows,
t Willing Desk, 2 Counters
1 Chest of Diawtis, 1 Table,
1 Book Stand, 2 Table Legs,
1 Trunk, 1 Machine,
1 Table, U Carpet Chairs,
a Bedsteads, 1 Cupel Table,
1 Long Table, ,? Tin Illk Oil,
3 Mattrosscs, 1,000 Feet Moulding,
I Bee 1-Iive, 2 pair Show Casu t)oors,
1 MnchineClKM, 2 pes 1J in lumber
1 Machine, t! pes in lumber,
13 pes Table, Legs, 1 csBed Sl.tls
1 Clock, 1 St Iron Bed,
2'f Tlni Varnish, H Kei: KaiN,
' U bbl Bed Paint l'owcler,
' "3 Garden Posts 1 Tin Oil I'jlni,
H5 pes Bed Board",
3 Window Screw-,
21 pes Bod I'o'ts,
SO )im Bed I.uiiiliir, 1 Iron Sncw,
I I pes 2. I Lumber, 2,'.j bx-J Ht U Glns
a Chrts, !1 Lamps
1 Since Pan, 1 Blanket Stand,
S Irons for Bid i.
Being the same distrained ft out the
premises of Human, on Nuunnu Street,
Honolulu, nn tlio COth day of May, 1S8),
for non.pauuci.t oT rent, bv the said T.
K. V. A16AMS, Auel'r.
Dated Honolulu, June 5, 183o. 41 w
IjK)Ka Plantation on Kauai, lii Gcr-
Jt? man Laboicrs. Apply to
38 lw 11. HACKFELD is CO.
ON or before December 1st, a house
containing 5 or 0 rooms nnd bath,
loom (without tub), within tho district
bounded by Nnuanu, School, Punchbowl
and King Streets. Address, stating
terms, etc., P. O. Box 310. 40 lw
LEGAL pioccedings will bo taken
against all accounts due the estntc
of A. W. Itieliardson & Co. not paid be.
fore July 1st.
W. C. PARKE, ...!,,.
GEO.W. SMITH. Assignees.
COTTAGE TO IiEl
A nice 4 room cottage, within
leasy reach of Honolulu, situ.
;ate at Kanaluma. Terms 20
per mouth. Apply to
MKS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A. .1. Cartwiight,
at his olllcc. 40 if
Near Kawaiahao Church, a 2
islorv Slono TTnncn pnntnlnlmr
53 rooms. Mattinc all throueh
the bouse. Enquire at C. GEU'IZ,
30 lw Shoe Store, FortSticet.
Premises No. 185 Foit Street.
iLnrire yard, dwellinc houses.
icoiitatninir 0 rooms, and out
houses. Apply to A. C. SMITH,
30 lw with A. S.HarUcIl.
For Kent or Sale.
The premises onNuuanu Sleet,
opposite mo jiausoieum, own
led and lntelv oecnnied bv
Samuel Nott. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
38 Merchant St.
Honolulu, June 4th, 183n. 983 tf
, A cotjagc, containing 8 rooms,
ion rung otreer, witn large
ivard and enrden. Rtnliliiio- nnd
out-buildings. Aitesian Well Water on
the premises. Apply to
A. FERNANDEZ, at E.O. Hull & Son's
JORMANand wife, with accommo.
dation to cook for themselves, or
board with the family. Apply ut 187
Nnuanu Street. "070 tf
TO STANDJHIS SEASON.
The Celebrated Norman Stallion,
WILL stand for a short Season at
Capt. Clunev's place, cor. Quceu
and Punchbowl Street. Ho is a band,
some dipple gray, 10 hands high, weight
1,400 pounds, and is a No. 1 animal of
his kind. Terms, .$25 for the Season,
"7 lin C. B. MILES.
Central Pari Mm Rink
Corner Derctania & Punchbowl Streets.
Largest in the City.
Cool and well ventilated, only Rink
CLUB SKATES !
to Us pations.
Open only in the evenings till improve
meiitR aro completed.
Polite Attention Guaranteed.
1010 ant I), P. SMITH, Proprietor,
X- 33, 0 & .K. AM 31;
to in: ii iii.n at
June 11, 1
iNDun tiii: ausI'icks ok Tin:
Hawaiian Jockey CI,
JA.MES CAMPBELI President
F. S. PRATT Vice-President
C. O. BEROER : Secretary
CECIL BROWN Treasurer
Hon. II. A. W1DEMANN, Coi.. C. II.
.rrnD, Du. .t. s. moorew.
.HTDGES Dr. .1. S. McGivw, F. S.
Pratt and Cecil Brown.
TIME-KEEPERS C. O. Borger and
J. A. Spear.
STARTER W. R. Buchanan.
CLERK OF THE COIT11SE Capt.
A. B. Halcv.
SADDLING PADDOOK J. T. Dow
Races Commence at 10:30 a. m. sharp.
1 Grazier's Plate, $100.
RUNNING RACE ; half mllo dash
open to all, weight for age.
2 Queen's Plate, $125.
TROTTING RACE; mile heats to
harness; best 2 in 3; for Hawaiian
bred horses only.
3 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup.
A SWEEPSTAKE of 50 added;
eup to be won by the same person
twice, the second winning to be at
any future annual meeting; one
mile dash ; open to all three-year-olds.
Sealed nominations, inclosing
a fee of 810, to be sent to the Secre
tary of the Hawaiian Jockey Club,
on or before 2 p.m. on tho "4th day
of .Tune. Final acceptances as to
the balance of sweepstakes on or
before 2 p.m. on the 10th of June.
4 Governor Dominis' Cup,
A SWEEPSTAKE of $50 added.
Running Race, milo dash; open
to all two-year-old Hawaiian bred
horses; entries closed on August 1,
5-King's Plate, $150. .
TROTTING RACE; mile heats,
best 3 in 5; open to all.
6 Kahuku Cup and $75 added.
RUNNING RACE; mile dash;
open to all Hawaiian bred horses;
weight for age.
7 Eeciprocity Plate, $200.
RUNNING RACE; 1& mile dash;
free for all ; weight for age.
8 Gentlemen's Bace, $50.
TROTTING or PACING ; mile and
repeat; open to all horses that have
never beaten three minutes; owners
to drive, to road wagon.
9 Pony Race, $75.
RUNNING RACE; mile dash;
open to all ponies of 14 hands or
10-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $200.
RUNNING RACE; 2 mile dash;
open to all ; weight for age.
Admission within tho fence, ONE
Admission of horses to the enclosure,
fiO cents for each hoive.
No charge made on tho BrJdgo for
entrance to the Paik Ground.
Entrance Fee, Ten pr cent.
All Running Races to be under the
Rulo of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Trolling Race-, to be according to
the Rules of tbe National Trotting Asso
ciation. Entries doso at p.m. on Monday,
Juno Sth, at the olllco of O. O. BER
OER, Secretary, with the exception of
Races Nns. Standi.
30 lw O. O. HERQKII, Sco'y.
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