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Bktno Euteka fiom Snn Francisco
UgtiiuJ 1) Spicckols fiom San I'i.uioK'o
8imr J.uhmi fiom Haiimkua
B 8 Australia fiom San Kraiidnio
J J. L i. I
Bk Don Cailos for ltoyal KoaiU, B 0
Stmr Kluiiu for llllo ami way poitsnt
4 p m
Stmr Llkcllko for Kahulul ami liana at
Stmr Mlkalmla for Kauai at C p in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai at 5 p m
Btmr 0 II Bishop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolau at 8 a m
StmrSurpiisc for Lnunnlioehoc, Hono-
mu, Onomca ami llllo at noon
Schr Mary for Kauai
Schr Wallelo for Kuan
Scbr Walcliu for Walalna
Bchr Kaw allanl for Koolau
Dk Sarauac for San Francisco
From Sau Francisco, per S 3 Austra
lia, Juno 28 A Young and daughter,
Geo 0 liccklev, wife, child and maid, I
J Lowioy, llev D J Trclbcr and lio,
O L Wight and wife, Miss M Falrelilld,
Mis II fi Cooke and 3 children. Mis O
P Sheppard, L It Mead, U L Mlel,
Master Claude llasktnson, J A Wilder,
A M Ooldsmldt, Miss It Goldsmldt,
MUs h Louts, D Choato and wife, Hon
Audlcy, A Hoffnuug, wife and servant,
Miss Hoffnuug and maid, L W Holds
woith and wife, Mm J M Paljd, E O
Macfarlaue, II Young, and Maj Stouc
hlll and 17-iotlicis.
S S Australia left San Francisco at 2
l-M Juno 21st. First 2 days thick fog
and smooth sea. with light northerly
airs remainder of passage ovcicast nud
cloudy with moderate E N i. breeze'
last 2 days, smially with light shower.
Took on Pilot at Honolulu June 28th,
11 o'clock m, touched O S 8 wharf at
1 :30 v si, 814 tons of freight, and 212
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Planter. W ltPerrlman
Bgtne Consuelo, Cousins
BkCaibarlen, Pel kins
Ilk Cerastes. Biuniund
Bk Don Cailos, Jacobson
Bktno Morning Star, Turner
Bk C O Whltmoic, Thompson
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bk Lady L.impson, Marston
Schr Eva, WlUinan
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Maxwell, tho murderer of Piellcr,
ia to bo hanged.
. m .
Oun thanks arc duo to Mr. A. M.
Howctt for lato newspaper liles.
Punscn Bcdolfo, of tho S. S. Aus
tiftlia, has our sinccro thanks for nows
The whaling baik Europa was re
cently wrecked on tho coast of Japan.
Two hundred hoga came by tho J.
D. SprcckolH, for Mr. Congdon, this
Mn. Lillio, clerk at Davics & Co.,
received ft lino horse- by tho Eureka
An important salo of real estate
will tako place at tho salcsiooms of
Mcssis. K. P -afrlftlTH ft Ifr. t0-in01"
row, at noon.
A sale of fruit and potatoes will
tako place at L. J. Levey's sales
rooms at 10 a. m., to-morrow.
Oun friend Colonel Norris lias our
thanks for his unremitting attention
with a largo file of lato dates,
Only three school teachers camo
by tho Australia to-day ..Purser Bcdo
lfo sayu, thoy havo gone to Alaska.
Mb. Lovoy's grand sale of firoworks
will take place at his salesrooms to
morrow morning commencing at 10
Mn. Eben Low was thrown off his
horso last ovening, and besides re
ceiving a fracture of one of his arms,
ho was otherwise hurt.
Col. Sam Norris arrived by tho
Euioka, this morning, looking well.
Ho hooked only ono fish coming
down, but his line partcu ami no
A fine ol $1000 was imposed upon
thoOunord Steamship Company at
Boston on 8th Juno for peinutting
an insano woman to land fiom ono
of their vessels.
Mn. A. M. Howctt recoived a full
"""supply of Sun Fiancisco papers, both
daily and wcokly, by to-day's steamer,
and has completed artangemonts by
which thoy will como regularly by
every mail in future.
A San Francisco papor says res
pecting Mr. Wilder'a railroad schemo :
"When tho news Indicating discon
tent and instability of tho Govern
ment was telegraphed it was doomed
wiso to withhold tho bonds from tho
To-Momtow boing a day of holy
nhliiration m tho Homan
ri..,.nii ihnrft will bo low masses and
communion at tho usual hours, and
high mass at 10 o'clock A. M. by tho
very Kov. Fathor Lconoro, assiBled
by tho Kov. Fathors Xavier and Syl
vester, aB uoacou mm buuuwii-uii.
Tin: Ban Francisco "Alta" says tho
appointment is announced of Cap
tain Henry Webber, formerly in
charge of tho steamship Zealandia,
to tho management of tho fleet of
Bteameis at Vancouver, put on to
connect with tliu Canadian raeillo
Railway and China and Japan. Cap
tain Webber, who has ahoiuly enter
ed oi) tho performance- of hia duties
ut Vancouver, received his appoint
inont from William Piorco,( tho head
of the great shipbuilding firm of
Jolm Elder & Co., of Glasgow.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mr. Hoffnuug and family, Lou
don; ChtiH. S. Mist, S. F. L. R.
Mentis, S. P. ; II. Young, San Jose ;
A. M. Goldsmith, S. F. ; Miss It.
Goldsmith, S. F. ; D. Cboate and
wife, Sau Diego.
Mrs. Hopkc, Kauni ; John Green,
Han Fianclsco; Dr. Klttridge, llilo;
Plinq. Knuffinnn. Waianao ; Chas.
Campbell, city ; Walter Budge, olt
Atloit iianeuurg, ivuiou.
A CHAMPION OF KALAKAUA.
Yesterday, Mr. Hoffnung was
scon by ft "Clironicle" reporter.
"Speaking nbout bribing the King,"
ho says, "Why, ono might as well
say Unit Mr. Gladstono would com
mit grand larceny or that tho Presi
dent of tho United States would
commit a forgery." San Fian
CONCERT AND ICE CREAM.
At tho Y. M. C. A. building on
the evening of July 1st, tit 7:30.
The Ladies' Church Aid Society, of
tho Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral will givo a
Milkmaid's Concert and ice cream
Ill Ice Cream.
March and conceit in the
ice cream served down stairs,
mission to hall 25 cents.
Under tho abovo heading nppoars
a telegram in tho "Chronicle" of June
14th fiom which it would appear that
friend Claiko lian launched out into
a full pledged scientist. It reads as
. Tucson, (A. T.), Juno 13. Pro
fessor Ferdinand S. Clark arrived last
ovening on routo to visit tho Volcano
in tho Sierra Madres, Sonora, for tho
Hawaiian Government. Ho will
mako a sciontilic exploration of the
INTO THE THAMES.
THE LATEST EXPLOIT OV AN AMEUICAN
London, June 5. Lawrence Don
ovan, who jumped off the Brooklyn
bridgo and also off the suspension
bridge at Niagara Falls, to-day
jumped fiom London bridge into tho
Thames. He refused to permit a
collection to bo taken up. The jump
was merely in honor of the Queen's
jubilee. He intends to jump at an
early day off tho Clifton suspension
bridgo at Bristol, he highest bridge
1-J1.1 ll I, , , -U-g
A CHEAT RACE.
RESULT OF THE CONTEST KOll TnE
OltAND PHIZE OF PAKIS.
Paris, June 3. Tho race for tho
grand prize of Paris was run at
Chanlilly to-day and was won by M.
Aumont's bay filly, Tenebreuso. M.
Dausson's bay colt, Tho Baron, was
secpnd, and Baron A. de Schlckler's
h.iv cnlt. Kiakatoa. third. The
other starters wore Merry Hampton,
Monarch, St. Luc, Losancy, Frapo
tcla, Bavarde, Gournay and Vau
ncau. A good start was made, St. Luc
and Lesancy taking the lead, fol
lowed by The Baron, Merry Hamp
ton and Bavarde, Frapotel being
last. After the first thousand yards
Monarch yielded, and for fifty
lengths along tho incline Lcsaucy
made the play. At tho last round
Tlip Baron went to tho front, along
side of Tpncbreuso and Merry
Hampton. Toncbrcuse then went
ahead and won easily by thiep
Novelties in the shapo of indurat
ed fibre pails and lamp attachments
may bo had at the Pacific Hardware
Co.'s store, Fort street. The pails
are manufactured of sycamore wood,
gtound and made into a liquid pujp ;
then moulded into the exact shapo
required, and while in this plastic
state subjected to a heavy and equal
pressure on all sides; then dticd,
smoothed and soaked in un indu
rating composition, and lastly baked
n ovens. Tho result is a neat,
strong seamless, odorless, unpaint
ed and unvarnished pail, which will
not shiink, swell, crack, absorb
moisture or increase in weight. Fur
ther it Is not affected by hot water
or any ordinary acid, and retains no
odor. Again and lastly these pails
nio always water tight and have no
hoops to drop off.
Tho lami) attachment Is a most
simple, handy and serviceable little
instrument for heating purposes. It
is adjustable to any ordinary kero
geno lamp, and will in a few minutes
without preating any smoke or
smell of oil, heat or boil water, tea,
or coffee. It is an excellent nrtielp
for a sick chamber, to warm food or
water at any hour of night, to heat
a small lion pr melt a pot of glue
in shoit its uses arc almost innumer
able, and Its value would be, In an
Tho oxoiciscB attendant upon tlio
closing of tho fltyflut year'a woik
in llilo Boaiiling School, havo taken
placothis week. Thoy began with
tho examination of cIubfcs on Tiica
day at 9 A. M. Tho results seemed to
bo reasonably satisfactory to all con
cerned. The examining committee,
Jiowover, will probably speak irioro
fully upcm this Bubject.
. At 3:30 11. m. of tho pamo day, In
dustrial Hall was opened to tho pub
lic for tho Riat time with a concert.
This building and the now doparturo
(on a pretty well known road) which
it represents are wormy oi moro ex
tended notice than thoy will get at
this time. Tho concert was piobably
tho most successful of all tho closing
exercises. That tho teachers aro
tiying to got tho boys into tho way
of tiling music of a higher grado
than that usually heard in f-cliools is
evidenced by tho following :
Caplsrolus Quickstep Pattec Baud
Muim'ilug Brooklet bchumaun. . . .
Sky Laik'a Song Mendelssohn
Dcr Frelschutz (Selection) Von We-
O, Come Let Us Slug (Anthem) KIco
Golden Suushlno ("Maglo Fluto")
ltally Itound the Flag Band
Forsaken Koschat Quartette
Autumn Sunset Goiing Chorus
Victor (Andante and Waltz) Pattec..
Father of Mercies (Anthem) Schmidt
Hall Silent Nlght-8. Elliott. . . .Chorus
Palm Branches Faure Band
Pray for .ho Peace of Jciusalcm (An
them) L. Mason Chouis
Tho Prodigal's Resolve (Anthem)
K. Cecil Chorus
Bright Sparkles In the Chuichymd
Plantation Melody Choi us
Tho Festival (Ginnd Maieh) Picndl-
The music was all performed in
such a way as to bo acceptable to tho
audionco. And it may bo as well to
sav right hero that at each of tho
ontcitainmcnts given tho house was
completely filled with people.
Tho annual exhibition in Haili
Church was given on Wednesday
evening. Following is tho
Tho Festival Frcudlville Band
Sco the Conmi'rlng Hero Comes (Jo
shua) Handel Choi us
Education of Hawaiian Youth
, J). II. Kanocau
Tho Fight of the Paso dol Mar
Pray for tho Pcaco of Jerusalem (An
them) L. Mason Chorus
Tom Harry I.ainahnlo
Tho Donkey 0. 31. Law elawe
Gloiy to God on High Itoot.... Chorus
ThoXewBalhoad J. 11. Pakelo
Tho Model Class Exainluer.S.Kauhano
Sabie Sotur ("La Grande Duchesso")
Offcrbacli Quartetto tc Chorus
When I'm a Man Class
Klpapa Bonnie Jones
Rapid Addition. .Win. Keikl & AVllllo
Illustrated School Items..Willle Spencer
The Palms Faure Band
Industi lal Hall John Wise
How Shall Our Nation be Increased?.
Blight Spaiklcs in tho Churchynul
Plantation Melody Choi us
AFoielgn Letter J. A. Law elawe,
read by Heniy Blake.
The Committee on Legislation
Thhd and Fouith Classes
Autumn Sunset Goring Chorus
The Orgauum Ilumauum
). Kapahu and othcis
Tho Lost Pig. . . .Cluis. Blako & Jonlah
Independence Bell 1st & 2nd Classes
Good Xlght Abt Chorus
Tho exercises wero long but other-
ssfA and acceptable. On
tMTclosiiig of tho year was
tho whole tj
satisfactory to those in charge of tho
fcchool and, tho writer thinks, to its
Hilo, Juno 23.
Late Fomp Mews.
The Oceanic Co.'s brigantine
J. D. SptocUpJs arrived from San
Francisco this morning, hanging
dates to the lGth instant. Wo cull
the following news items from ex
changes: There have been only twelve en
tries for the jubilee yacht race
around the British Isles.
Emperor William's condition is
causing considerable anxiety.
Davitt denies having counseled
any furtlior resort to extrcino yio
lcnco in resisting tho Coercion Aot.
Salisbury has declined to alter the
Egyptian convention to plenso the
The floods in Hungary have In
undated 25,000 squaro miles of
Tho will of David Dickson, giving
Amanda Ebanbanks, a colored girl,
8000,000, 1ms been uustained by tbo
Supremo Court of Gporgla,
The charges of ci uclty ogalnst tlio
Superintendent of tbo Now York
Oiplian Asylum havo not been sus
tained. The yacht Atlantic again defeated
Ilcrr Most and n number of his
followers will be prosecuted for thoir
rioting at Oak Hill Park, near New
Kniporor "William U reported to
bo lu a stato of restless weakness,
In a word, tlio situation, although
bettor, Is far from being satisfactory.
For tho first time ho is conscious of
the gravity of his situation. Ho is
affected mentally as well as physi
cally. The physical condition of
tho l'rinco Imperial is the same. Dr.
Mackenzie said, that ho is conviuce'd,
thero is nothing more than a wart
about tho size of a largo pea in tho
Prince's throat. It a certain that
ho does not toll tho whole truth, be
causo each of the fragments sub
mittcd to tho examination of Pro
fessor Vlrchow havo attained tills
si.c. Tho English doctor averted
that lie had only removed a third of
tho ilesh which obstructed tho larynx.
The German doctors continue to
fear a cancerous affection. Thoy
say that, knowing the temperament
of tho patient for a number of years,
thoy aro moro capable of giving an
exact diagnosis than their English
colleague, who simply made one ex
amination. Bismaick's condition lias become
worse. He is alllictcd with rheu
matic pains, which prevent sleep.
His doctors advise rest and a change
London, Suno 15. In tho debate
on the Crimes bill to-day, Fiulay
(Liberal-Unionist) moved as an
amendment that any association or
associations proclaimed be specific
ally named In the proclamation.
TF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS
X hack, don't hesitate, but Ring up
UJ3 both Telephones. CO lot.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd tty the "Australia" a veiy lino
and beautiful assortment of stylish mil
linery goods. Her foimor stock of
trimmed hats and bonnets, she will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 52 lni.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
Is spread every ccnliiK In tho bur
room, and patrons will find everything
to suit the tusto of tho most fastidious
epicures. 47 If
HAVING recently engaged a first.
class Gilder and Moulding Maker,
wo arc now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made over as good as new, and
nt prices within tho reach of nil. Tho
public aro invited to call and inspect
Eomo of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing In Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BROS., Aiit Stoue. 17
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
ollercd for salo byJGONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
rpHE SUPPLY OF WATER FROM
J. the Nuuanu nnd Muklki Reservoirs
will be shut ofl from the Oily, on Wed.
ncsday the 20th Inst., during tne hours
from ti a m. to 1 p. m.
Shipping requiring water for Wed
nesday, arc notified to take In their tup
ply on Tuesday.
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Works. 73 It
rpilfi UNDERSIGNED HAVING
JL been appointed Assignee of the
Lstatc of Ka Hul Kaicpao Sawaiclun, a
Company doing business In Walhco
Maui, Bankrupt, all persons indebted to
said estate aro hereby notified to nay
the same immediately to tho undersign
Assignees of tho Estate of
Ka HuiKalcpao Nawaielun.
Honolulu June 25 18S7. 71 4t
THE BIENNIAL BIEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation will
tukc place at the rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce in Campbell's Block op
Friday July 8th next at 11 a. m.
Per ordw --
JOHN II. PATY.
57 tf Scey. pro. lem.
MISS ROSA ulEN.
Ladies' Fashionable Hair Dresser and
Also CombiugH made up in the latest
styles and at
LOWES r PMOES,
Will go torasldcnco3 If desired. Apply
at L('ADLi:it'B shoe Etoie, No l!i Mm
una fcfrcet, fl lm
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE, containing flvo
rooms, besides dining roam,
kitchen and pantry, and every
convenience for a family; one acre of
ground, well shaded with n'geroba trees,
situated on Kluau Blrc t, tietwcpn Ala.
pal and Knpiolani sts. 'Apply on the
piemlscs toThos. Hewcabtle, 07 lw2
A LAW STUDENT.
DESIRES A POSITION AS OLEIIK
or copyist. A. 1 References,
Address II. A.
P.O. Box -141 70 1 w
WANTED TO PUIICIIASE.
A LOT 40 FEET FRONTAGE ON
King street, botwern Bethel and
Fort. J. E. UK OWN & CO.
HARNESS MAKER liai moved to
No. 18 Ki g street nct to tho
Metropolian Market. fit lm
i.. ... , ii, . 1 ...i m, . '
Oottago to Kent
AND FURNITUHE FOB SALE
Low rent; furultuie a( a liirgalu.
Fur particulars enquire t f Jnu. Magoon,
Agent. Merchant slrett. ST If
THE HOUSE AT PllKSKNT,
occupied by the undcislgncd,
W. O. PARKE
IYAN'S JJOAT BUILDING
X SHOP. Bear of Lucas.' Mill.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 coluniB, J per uiiuiim,
Boll Tol. 118. Mutual Tol, 873. ' $M
P. O.Ior807. i. 3H
j. e. brown & co., TEMPLE OF FASHION! I
Campbell Dlock, Merchant St. w w--w
" ' "Ml
For Salo or Lease I ho Nuuanu Valley
Ranch, head of Nuuanu Valley, tasy
For Salo house and lot on Rcrclanin
Htuet, house marly new contains U
rooms plrasnntly Bituatcd, garden etc
in excellent order. Would be cold
Land off Lilllia Street about 5 acres, a
splendid property, charming view.
Early application necessary to pur
chase Inn single lot.
To Lot or Loaso a 5 roomed cottage
corner Alapal and Kinau streets. Lot
100 feet x 100 feet. Rent $10 n month.
Blacksmith Shop In the now Brick
Building on King street near Nuuanu,
recently occupied by O. T. Hoyt.
Opposite Old Station House.
Shop on King Strcol In now brick build
lng near Nuuanu, next door to the
Chinese News Co.'s OIUcc.
Two Cotlagos on Punchbowl street between
King and Berctaula.
Handtomo Rosldonco on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl street, large gioundwlth
out-houses etc. Rent i'M a month.
Furnished Cottage 5 minutes walk from
Post Ufllce suitable for single person,
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO Is
authorized to collect moulc3 and sign
All kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Rented and Sold
Custom House Work Done!
Leases, Contracts, Agree
mentp,&c., Drawn on Short
ii8 Merchant Street.
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS having taken
chnrgu of the Waikiki Bath House,
begs to inform the public that ho will
run tho plnco as a flrst-class bathing
MltS.CnOOKS will attend to the lady
patrons of tho place, and every effort
will be mado to make it attractive.
be given by tho IOLANI
CLUB for the
Benefit of the Kaumakapili Church
Under tho patronage of Ills. Majesty tho
My, June 28
HAWAII'N OPERA HOUSE
Under tho management of CAPTAIN
ftgr Uox Plan for rcsorvod seats w ill
open at tho olllco of J. 11. BROWN is
CO., on Monday, June 27th, nt U a. m,
A M Clearance Sale.
FIIOM THK FIRM OF
Hoffnung & Co., Sydney,
Thcso goods comprise every description
Notions anil Novelties
Ladles' & Gent's Saddlery, &o.
Will be sold nt
In quautltios (o Milt.
Hio gooiln nro now on fulo 'u tho room
Over Yates and McKenzie's,
O.ipoilto tho Oceanic Co's Wharf.
Carriages at all hours, day and night.
Raildlo Hordes, Buggleit, Wagonettes and
Village Cirts with stylish and geutlo
horscg to let.
A few HorhCfl, guniantcod. $erqml
hand Hacks., Open and Ton Huggios,
Caits mid Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or apply to
Mthv.s a iiayj-i:v,
GREAT CLEARING SALE! j
WILL TAKE PLACE JULY 1st
S. EHRLICH, 63
(Opposite W. G.
g a nsr
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's fine GnstomIadc Ming
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks andSValiBcs.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat,
lso, Highland Seoteh Boiled Oats f
Aro an entirely now preparation of who it and Oat?, balng ccokudjby Steam, and
oaly requiring a short time to prcparo them for the table.
EgyThc most uutritlojs food known.-XSu
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hnms, Bacon, Choice Datc, Prunes, NuU, Balslus
Now Zealand, California, nnd Island Potnto:s, &c.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sole by
Olias, Hustace, - - 3Quui- Street.
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Propiictor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this day on lie is fulh' prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls
And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, as riven in formoi-
years, not only nbroad, but also lu Honolulu. Having references datintr
back ns far as the ygar b
In Honolulu, having catered on nil stnto occasons, as also for select nar
ties given by thoir lato Majesties Kamehamelm IV, Knmclminchn V, and
Luna lo, and having the honor of supplying tho present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment; bavin" over foilv vearJ
practical experience in this lino of busluoss. J
Practical Confectioner, lntry Cook andJOrnniuciiter Ii.;ilonoluln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (953m) Honolulu, H. I,
Just Received at Holiister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Composing the woll-known brands of
COLGATE & CO,, LTODBOItGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAIUNA GERMAN COLOGNE,ifcc.
XT'oi Sule nt Xfcea&oiuilrfe XWoe.
. w r4l
and 65 Fort Street.
Irwin A Go's.)