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lUUnSDAY. MAY 2G, 1887.
Rtinr .Tnmcs Makce from Kaunl
Sclir I'.minn (rout Kiuial
Stmr Surprise for Kuan
Ilk Uevlun for San Vr nelsco
Sehr tfawallanl for Koolau
Scbr Waloll for Latipnlioehoe
Sunr Wuliuunalo for Waiauac and Wnl
nlua VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOnROW.
Stmr Jus Makce for Koolau at 7 a tn
Hgtne Clan Sprockets for San Francisco
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jac Makce 2,207 bags sugar and
02 bags paddy.
The repairs of the schooner Manuo
kawal have been llnlslien. She w 111 sail
for Koolau next week.
U . l.-iiggHi
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Ceylon. Calliouu
Ilk Glcngabcr, Kollcstou
Ilk Sonoma, Oilllltbs
Ilk Hercules, ltle
Ilktuo Morning Star. Turner
Jijxtiio ( tans Sprcokels, Drew
Bktno Ilattlc ft bangs
Bktno Planter, W lU'errlman
Am baik-Tiinour, Hi ewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, due May 1-20
Brit hark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-HO
Brit ok Scottish LnsMc, W Shmcr,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am hktne Hattle 8 BaiiRs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-110
Am bktno John Worster, from Xnnu
Imo, B C, duo May 20-30
Am bk St Lucie, sailed from Xew
York March 20, duo September 3-30
Am bk C O Whltmore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEW&
Thk brigantino Clans Sprcckels
will sail for San Francisco to-morrow.
Thk capsized bail: Hercules will
not, it is believed, bo righted to-day.
A invoice of lino jewelry is adver
tised for sale sale by Messrs. II.
llackfeld & Co.
Two harness makers are wanted at
Mr. C. Hammer's, corner of Fort and
The funeral of tlio lato Miss Lazarus
will take place at 1 :30 o'clock to
Fine weather with trade winds is
the report by tlio James Makco from
Kauai this morning,
The second of Professor Sidney
Dickinson's illustrated lectures takes
place to-night at tlio Y. M. C. A. hall.
New goods in great variety, ex
bark Scottish Lassie, aro to bo found
at J. T. Waterhouse's store. Full
particulars in advertisement.
Prof. L. L. Van Slyko will give a
free lecturo at the Y. M. C. A. hall
to-morrow evening in the Chemistry
of Life and Death illustrated by ex
Company A. of the Honolulu Rifles
will drill this evening and Company
13. to-morrow evening. Tlio object
of the special drill by Co. B. to-mof-iow
(svcniiiL'. is to nretmro for the
parado on Decoration Day,
Accoudino to announcement tlio
box plan of the Opera House opened
nt 9 o'clock this morning, and beforo
noon it was dotted all over. Perhaps
a cliair or two can bo inserted hero
and there for tho convenience of
lho80 who put the littlo matter oil".
This evening a new deal will bo
inaugurated at tho Hawaiian Hotel
bar, in tho shape of cold lunch. Cold
meats of various kinds with tho
necessary fixings will be found on tho
counter throughout tho evening, all
of which can bo had freo of charge.
The distinguishing features of
George Engelhardt's Hardware store,
at the present time, aro lamps and
bird cages. Tho lamps, of which
there are over fifty different patterns
to choose from, present an attractive
Wilder it Co.'s coal cart ran away
this afternoon on Fort street. After
giving Mr. John Ena's buggy a close
shavo and Mr. Ena a scaro, tho
horso was captured by the driver,
who came near being knocked down
and ruu over in his tussel with tho
THE JUBILEE SERVICE.
Tho celebration of tho Queen'.s
Jubilee will open on Sunday even
ing, Juno 19th, by a special Jubilee
service in St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Tho special service for Accession
Day will be used. The hymns will
bo specially selected from a small
collection written for the jubilee
and approved by Her Majesty. Spe
cial psalms will bo chanted to An
glican chants, and Borthojd Tours'
Te Deutn and Jubilate Deo in V
will bo sung. Tho anthem will bo,
'Ifet every soul be subject to tho
higher powers," by Dr. Stainer.
The surpliced choir of boys and the
choir pt tho second congregation
will render tho music, which will bo
Wilder the direction of Mr. T. Knin
Walker, tho choirmaster. The His
hop of Ilonolulu will preach n brief
sermon. Tlio English National
Anthem will be played pu J he organ
nt the opening and also at tlio con
clusion of tho service
' THE fiUllfJIH SUMMnY.
Tlio juxt luuuol tlio D.WI.V ftvis
turiN bu.MM.vuv will bu itsued on
Monday next Uio 30th instttiit. It
will contain CO columns of origin.il
mutter, comprising tliu bent budget
of news for sending abroad. Order
may be left at J. H. Soper's, A. M.
llewett'e, or nt tlio Bulletin olllco.
l'rico 10 cents per copy.
Yestoiday the following banco de
cision was tiled in the Supi etne Cnttt t :
Leiuu () mid Kanaluha vs. Kuliai
Knlna. Equity nppeal. The decree
of Mfv' Justice I'leatoti, dated Janu
ary 12th, in favor of the plaintiff, is
nlllrmcd. M. Thompson for plain
tiff, Jono. Austin for defendant.
ELECTRIC LICHT REMOVED.
The electric lights have been
taken out of the Ilonolulu Rilles'
armory. When the lights were put
in, it was done by order of Ills
Majesty and against the wish of Mr.
D. I Smith. The Interior Depart
ment, under whose jurisdiction the
electric light comes, notified the
Honolulu Rifles, 11 few days ngo,
that the lights in the armory would
be taken out, for n short time, until
the cable ciicuit was made in that
vicinity, and that tho Rilles would
icceive due notice. Mr. Smith, it
appears, without notifying either
tlio Interior Dcpaitment or the
Ilonolulu Rifles, had a force of men
take out the lights, because, he
claims, he needed the wire and
globes for the bungalow in the
COMPANY C. OF THE H. R.
The Portuguese company of the
Honolulu Rill L'R was organized last
evening. About JO names were en
rolled and the company was consti
tuted, under tho new Army and
Navy act, as company C. of tlio II.
It. J. H-. Fisher an ex-Lieutenant of
tho II. R. and n member of Co. A.
was elected Captain of the Portu
guese Company. Sergeant Meyers, an
old soldier, and a member of Co. B.
was elected First Lieutenant and J.
M. Do Vivas, official interpreter of
tlio Supreme Coint, and fomierly
connected with the Portuguese mili
tary companies near Canton, was
elected Second Lieutenant. Dining
the organization tho Portuguese
band, which was present played tlio
Portuguese and Hawaiian anthems.
Wednesday evenings were appointed
as the regular drill nights of Co. C.
In accordance with the constitution
of the II. R. it is now necessary to
elect a Lieutenant Colonel and for
that purpose the executivo board of
the II. R., comprising all the officers
of the regiment, will meet to-morrow
CAPSIZED AT THE WHARF.
About 11 o'clock this morning the
town was alive with excitement.
Cleiks nnd employers by the dozen
deserted all business, and made for
tho city fiont, some on horseback,
others in carriages and many on foot,
but all on the fly. Telephones began
to ring furiously and in a few
moments it became generally known
that tho German bark Hercules, lying
near tlio O. S. S. wharf, had capsized.
On reaching the sceno a great con
fusion of spars, ligging, and ship
fixtures were soeij. Tlio baik Her
cules waB on her beam ends. Her
yards ploughed into tho ground, and
her ligging resting against tho wharf,
prevented tho vessel from going over
any further. The bowspiit was snap
ped clean off, and tho keel of the
bark at the bow and stern wcro com
pletely out of water. Everything
that was not firmly secured on deck
was tonsv-turvy in the water. The
starboard bulwarks wero completely
submerged, but no water was getting
into tho cabin or hold, lho vessel's
freight was a out when tho accident
occujed , and most of tio crew wero
below, washing out tho hold, Tho
water swayed to the port sido nnd
gave tho vessel an outward list. Tho
lines, with which the vessel was made
fast to tho wharf, checked the list
and tho water rushing to tho other
sido of tho hold gradually canted the
bark in that direction. Thero was a
jjioments pause and then, to the con
sternation of tho sailors and specta
tors, "tho vessel went over. Two
sailors of tho baik, who wero on deck
at tho time of tho capsizing fell over
board, but they caught tho rigging
and re-boarded the vessel without ro
ccivinir any iniurics. Captains, ship
builders and sailors began to work as
soon as possiblo to right the yptscl.
Engino company number 4, under
tho directions of Chief Engineer
Wjlson and Second Assistant IIus
tare, pumped tho water out of tho
vessel this afternoon. AH tho topsail
yards weio taken down and chains,
made fast to tlio port sido, wero car
ried under tho keel about midships,
hauled up on the staiboard side, and
made fast ashore. A mooring post
was firmly fixed in tlio ground, to
form a purchase for heaving tho ves
sel up. Tho Captain says that the
Hercules has been bhifted fioni wharf
to wharf in Liverpool with no ballast
in the hold, and has nover capsized
before'. Ho was on deck at tho time
of tho casualty, hut was not hurt.
Tho donkey engine, which had been
discharging tho vessel, was just missed
by tho main nuiBt when tlio bark
Wednesday, May 26th.
Lewis & Co. vs. E. Doylo. As
sumpsit for 811.57. Settled out of
Court. Costs $2.25.
Two cases brought by lho Hawa
iian Carriage Manufactuiing Co.
were also settled out of Court.
Several cases continued to the 27th
Hamilton Johnson vs. Bento Igna
clo. 'Assumpsit for 870. Judgment
for plaintiff with cosfs $80.45.
J 10. Sponetir vs. Clan. Tilcomh.
Abs iiupsit for SOU, Judgment for
Thuiisimy, May 2(5th.
A Chinaman charged with selling
spirituous liquors without a license
was remanded to the 27th instant.
Two drunks paid 80 each.
Joe Manuel and Tho. Danlell
were chut get! with affray, and a
nolle prosequi afterward entered.
Ah Sung, charged with Iniieny of
a pipe tnmithpiiK! valued nt 83 was
remanded to 27tli lu&tant.
THE JUBILEE YACHT RACE.
nctxs or tub raci:.
First The sailing rules of the
Yacht Racing Association will bo
observed in all matters not specially
provided for in tlio following regu
lations. Second Tlio course will be round
the United Kingdom, leaving tho
mainlandof Gicntllritnin and Ireland
on the pott, starting from the south
end and finishing at Dover.
Thiec The starting yachts must
cross a lino defined by two ilng9taffs,
and which form a prolongation of
the south end pier. They must lie
between the pier head nnd tho club
Four At Jive minutes of noon
the Hag officer of the day will hoist
a blue peter at the masthead of the
club steamer, and at noon tho blue
peter will be hauled down nnd a gun
fired being the signals foi tho
yachts to start. Any yacht cross
ing the lino before tho gun is fired
is liable to recall, but without dis
qualification. The yachts can cither
start Hying or from their anchors, at
the choice of their owners.
' Fifth Tho yachts finishing the
race will be taken as they cross the
line between the light on the head
of the Admiralty pier at Dover and
the South Foreland high light. This
line bears E. N E. and W. S. W.
On the arrival by day the yacht will
show her signal number, and at night
she will show three blue lights dis
posed hoiizontnlly, ahd report the
same so soon ns possible to the
signal station on the Admiralty pier.
Sixtli A time allowance regulated
by the time of the first yacht arriv
ing at Dover. For this pin pose tho
time of the flr3t yacht will bo reck
oned nearest the hour between the
Greenwich meantime of starling and
The time allowance will be mado
upon the length of the course, which
is taken as 2,000 knots. In case tho
first yacht arrives in ten days this
length will be increased ten knots
for each day under ten days and
will be decreased ten knots for each
day over ten days in the time of the
first yacht, hour by hour. If the
first yacht's time is ten days, the
time allowance on 2,000 knots for
fifteen days will be 150 knots, twenty
days 100 knots, thirty days no allow
ance, and so in propoition for each
hour of the first yacht's time.
D Each yacht will allow other
yacht racing associations time allow
ance for length.
Seventh Every competing yacht
must havo aboard throughout tho
race either the nwner or as an
authorized representative a member
of a recognized yacht club, who
shall sign and deliver to the club's
Secretary a properly kept log of the
passage as well as a declaration ac
cording to the Yacht Racing Asso
Eighth There is no limitation to
tho number of persons who may be
aboard each yacht, but sufficient
boat accommodation for all aboard
must be available.
Each yacht competing in the race
must obtain a certificate from the
proper officer that such boat accom
modation has been piovided clear
Ninth Tho yachts competing are
allowed to enter any port and com
municate with the shore, care being
taken to conform to the Yacht Rac
ing Association rules, N09. 24, 25,
Tenth Tho owners aro at liberty
to disembark themselves or friends
at their option consistently with those
Eleventh The commlttoo reserve
the right of making any alterations
in the above.
A BRIDE'S REPOSE QF MANNER.
Said an observant gentleman to a
Journal representative the other
day: "Did you ever notice tho per
fect case and sclf-asiuranec of n
biide? Coming up on tho cars
from New York recently I saw a
young lady carrying an immense
bouquet of roses in her hand conic
into the car with a friend of the
same sex and a gentleman, whoso
polished beaver, Iresli lavender
necktie and boutounierc, and es
pecially whose affectionate regard
for the young lady with tho bouquet,
stamped him as a bridegroom.
There was trepidation in every
movement of tho young man, but
tlio young lady marched up to her
seat, passed the bouquet to the
porter, hung up her cloak, or rather
passed it to tho young man to hang
up, calmly took her seat and began
to read a novel, Tho young man
sat in Ids chaft and looked nt her
witli nil-consuming eyes, and then
whispcicd to her, then put his hands
upon the arm of her seat mid evi
dently hungered for a warm em
brace, The biide paid not tlio
slightest attention to him beyond
answering Ids questions in mono
syllables and looking out of the win
dow, put his ardor did not coo until
Pouglikcepsic was readied, when lip
insisted upon bringing in a lunch.
Ilul tho young lady InslMrd on going
out for it, nnd so relieved the Inlde
groom of liU oinburiiissmciittind her
be.f some aniioaiiee. ItMasainuslng
all the while to observe the efforts
of tlio bridegroom to divert the gaze
of a number of Assemblymen who
wcie on board the car, and who had
n full realization of tho situation.
It was also amusing to notice the
utter failure of his attempts and the
success of the efforts of the bride to
appear entiiely unconcerned.
Albany (N. Y.) Journal.
The ladies of Lima arc all eyes.
They have tho reputation of being,
as a class, the most beautiful in the
world, and meeting them 011 tlio
way to mass in the morning, or
shopping later in the day, ono can
sec how they obtained it; but know
ing them in their home the opinion
changes, and you conclude after
calm reflection that they are not so
pi etty as the women of New York.
It is the manta which they wear in
Mich n coquettish way that gives
tiicm their reputation for beauty,
for it conceals every feature except
their bewitching eyes and lovely
olive complexion. No matter how
ugly her mouth and nose is; no
matter how high her cheekbones or
large her curs ; no matter whether
she is as scrawny as a scaiccrow or
as bald as a bat, n tnnnta will make
a woman with pretty eyes look
handsome, and, like charity, it
covers a multitude of sins. This
garment which is peculiar to Peru,
and is worn by ladies of all nges
and social positions, from tho Presi
dent's wife to the laundress who
comes after your linen, is a bort of
foster-sister to the mantilla of Spain.
It is usually of crepe from China,
and costs anywhere from $10 to
S500, according o its quality.
Buenos Ayrcs Herald.
EDISON THE ELECTRICIAN.
Washington, May .9. A gentle
man who ariived hero from New
Yoik this afternoon reports the phy
sical condition of Thomas Edison,
the well-known electrician, 10 bo
precarious. Edison has just re
turned to New York from Florida,
where ho went last fall for his
health, but where, in reality, it
seems that his hc.dtl) was injured.
Ho is now suffeting from tho
abecsscs on his skull. So far lho
operations ho has undergono seem
to have relieved him very little, if
any. His physicians say they may
make another heroic effort to save
his life, but they have but slight
Edison is courageous, and is en
during extreme treatment, but the
outlook for his recovery is dis
couraging. It was thought at first that his
trouble was bionchical, but it now
appears that his head is affected.
A HITCH REMOVED.
The Daily Examiner speaks of a
"noble but stem, Spanish parent
who has just softened, and will
shortly, after twelve years of obdur
ate opposition, bless the nuptials of
bis daughter, aged 37, with her
faithful suitor, aged GO. The aver
age limit of man's life being threo
score yeais and ten, the course of
true love in this ease comes near to
not running smooth," A similar
case is about to occur in our own
midst but not until all tho prelimin
aries aro settled.
THE CONFERENCE OF ASTRONMIRS.J
According tho Home JVcun, a
conference of astronomers from all
paits of the world held its first
meeting at Paris on Saturday, 21st
April. Tho object of the assem
blage, which is in response to invita
tions issued by the Academy of
Sciences, Is to consider and arrango
a plan for the charting of the whole
heavens by photography on n large
and uniform scale. Several observ
atories in botli hemispheres will co
operate in the execution of this vast
survey, and it is confidently hoped
that the work will be effected within
ten years. There is to bo a roll-call
of tho constellations. Every star
out of the twenty millions revealed
by the telescope, down tq the fif
teenth magnitude, will bo located on
n photographic map, so that not
even one shall henceforth bo able to
slip out of its place, or change in
its aspect, wjthaut a certainty of de
tection. The idea of such a stock
taking of the stellar uuivcrso has
been ripeninz for somo tune. As
far baok as 1884, Dr. Gill, of lho
Koyal Capo Observatory, applied
lor assistance that ho might be en
abled, through the application of
photography, to make n chart of the
stars of the Southern HemUhrre;
and the Royal Socioty sent out Mr.
C. Ray Woods to perform the pro
jected woik, qiufcr the dlrootion, of
Dr. Gill. Sovoial successful photo
graphs wero taken, and the woik
dono at tho (Japo was me beginning
of a great enterprise. Tlio French
scientists also havo during tho last
three years been photographing
portions of tho heavens, and their
demonstrations aro of so hopeful
a character that the Director of the
Paris Observatory has stated that
the problem of making celestial
charts was practically solved. Kng
laud is well represented at lho Paris
Conference of Astronomers. TI16
Astronomer Royal himself, besides
tin ce others, representatives of the
Royal Astronomical Society, and
many f 10m tlio Colonies interested,
n tho undertaking, form part of a
council whoso deliberations aro
fraught with issues of tho highest
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Kept on hand.
On Saturdiy, May 28, free drinks and
lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p m.
HC" All kinds of Temneranrc Drinks.
A. K. PELEKALUIIt,
43 lw Proprietor.
Taro Floor Factory,
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A orders to be sent to W. II. Cum
mins, Manager, at the Factory, Wat
lukii, Maul, or to W. G. Irwin & Co ,
Agcntr, Honolulu. 41 lm
A COTTAGE, situated on
Sell 'ol street, near the Bridge
containing S rooms, bcsldis
pantry, kitchen, batii loom, nnd billiard
room, with Turnery and stab'e
For further particulars apply to Geo.
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Store. 44 tf
THE undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Aisignee of the
state of John M. Karena, I'linkrurt,
hereby notillct all pan lei indented to
said 0 tale to mike immediate pajmi-m,
and ihiii-o hiving claims against said
estate tn present them without (hlav at
his tflleo No. S3 Merchant street Hono
lulu. C'HAS. T. OULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 18S7. 33
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fred Peholia. nf Wallul.ii, Maul,
has sold all right, title and Intirou in
Ihn blacksmith slion, Mmntcd on the
rleh si to of Kahului roid, in tho said
dlbtiici of U'ailnk'.i, to tho 111 derslgned,
who will carry on the hu-ln"s In future.
I havo iil.n appointed Mr. Chun IS.
Cockcit, a manager of tho pal I shop,
Iho public aio invited to give a call,
and all hlaeknillhlng work will be ex
ecuted with ileipiileh.
87 lm .JOHN W. K.VLUA.
A FULL COURSE of Tlfsnn Paper
Flowers tauuht for $2. Lessons
clvcn In Uravnn Portrabs; and alo the
LUhtning M'thod of Flower and Land,
ncapo Polntl lir. Flower Pointing, 81;
Landscape, $10, for full cnur-es
Oiderg taken for Crayon Portraits and
Lan iscapo Paintings.
S&" MO KINO BTREET, oppnslto
Kawalnluo Church. Ill lm
The Daily Bulletin
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A complete assortment of
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
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1C21 (Opposite W. G. Irwin & Cn's.)
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made Clotif,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Geo is, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat
Abo, Highland Sootch Boiled Oats !
Are an entirely new preparation of wheat and OaU, b -Inj; ccokedjhy Steam, and
only riqu ring a short ilmu to prepare them for the table.
EST The most nutritious food knoivn.-u
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice D ttcs, Pruner, Nut-s, lia'sla,
New Zealand, Callfo nil, nuil libit d Point o J, &r.
Also, liroom Corn, excellent for cuick in feed, for snlo by
Cliffs, Hustace, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tlio
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he Is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state oceasonsj, ns also for select par
ties given by their URo Majesties Kamehamchti IV, Kamdiainehn V, and
Ltinalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the pi Ghent' royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over foity years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, TsMtry Cook and Oruanientcr In'lTo lolulu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Botweorx Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (is 8m) Honolulu. H. I.
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
LUBIN'S, ATKINSON'S, .; .
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE,J&o.
For (Sale at IfceiiNonofole Iriosi.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
of Gent s Shoe