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Bargains in Embroideries,
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
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MONDAY, MAY 11, 1888.
Stuir Ktnnu fiom Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mlkahula Iroin Kauai
Btmr Lcluiii fiom Hamakua
Schr Kaalokul from Lnlialnn
ScUr Kaulllna fiom Knunl
Schr llcela fiom Koolnu
Solir Sarah & Fllza from Koolnu
Sclir Wallelc from Kuan
Schr Kc Au llou Hawaii
Btmr J Cumnilns for Koolnu at 0 a m
Stmr Kuala for Waianao and AValalua
at 0 a m
Btmr Mokolli for Moloknl at i p in
Schr Canute for Kuau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for Illlo and way ports at
1 p in
Stmr W G Hall for Lahnliia, Manlaea,
ICona and Kan at 10 a in
Btmr Mlkahula for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Llkellkc for Kuhulnl at 0 p m
Stmr Lehna for llainakua at r p in
Stmr Wnlalcalc for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Lahalna a 4 p m
From Kaul, per stmr Wninlc.tlc, May
12 W 11 Cummliigs. M Ciinnmngs and
From Hawaii and Maul, per W G
Hall, May 12 Hon U F IauKcn, F Lee,
W A Blinds, Mis A B Sutliff, A B
Prcssly and 40 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Miknhala. May
13 WE How ell, A M Spioull, Dr G
Hcrbcit, Mrs F 1' Hastings, Mrs Awana.
and 52 deck.
For the Colonics, per Zealandia, May
12 G Pcssavant and M Hacdiokc.
Steerage : B Peter, J M Campbell, M D
Fllnn, P Kynn, M. Gavin and J Mur
dock. From w lndward poi ts, per stmr Kl
nau, May 13 C L Wight and daughter.
KUav, Miss Hay, Mis Pllliet, AV II
Spooiicr, Albeit U Smith, .) A Beck
wltli, b 1'iinow, Chun Lung, John
"Welsh, F Scholtz and. 4 chlldicn, Mrs
Kahelc, Ah Nee, T E Evans, A For
nander, L Achi and Ife, and 02 deck.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Klnau G81!) b lgs sugar, 120 packages
hides, 1020 goat skins, 14 bags gm
ccr. 24 bajro taio. -12 b.igs com, 150
bgs spuds, and 120 pkgs suudiics.
Mikahala :i,850 bags sugar.
AVailcle 1250 bags sug.ir.
"Wnloli 1010 b gs sugar.
Ke Au Hou fii ewooU.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A situation is wanted by a young
man ns bar-keeper.
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co. have a
stable and carriage liouc to let.
The Kussian man-of-wur llazboy
nik departed yesterday morning for
i- i i i. m m i . i
The U. S. S. Adams got away for
Samoa at about 2:30 o'clock this
Mu. E. Langlcy was elected Cap
tain of Company C, Honolulu Jtilies,
on the 9th inat.
A special meeting of the II. Y. &
B. Club will be held at 12 noon on
The Hawaiian News Agency, Mer
chant street, has the thanks of tho
Bulletin for tiles of late papeis.
" Mb, Chas. Hustacc has just receiv
ed an invoice of fiesh island grapes,
which lie is oflcring at a very low
Attention is called to a notico in
another column from Cheung Ping,
as Attorney in fact for Kwong Shiu
A oentleman went out to Waikiki
yesterday ts write up a summer resort
there, for tho "Paradiso of the
Yesterday .a native woman gave
birtli to a dwarf baby boy, three
incites long but perfectly formed.
The child lived but a vory few
Mn. J. H. Paty is about to liavo
built two new four-roomed cottages
,in conjunction with his Waikiki
houso, (leased to Mr. Hamilton
Eleei.e wuiehouse, Kauai, was
broken open, one night lust weok,
and two bags of sugar wcro stolen.
Two natives woio caught boiling tho
swootnees, and wore promptly
Miss Morloy. music teachor at Ka
wuiahao Seminary, and a lady of ac
complishments and much respected,
died on Saturday night. Tho fune
ral, to wliich all fiionds nro invited,
will take place to-morrow afternoon,
at 4 o'clock, from Ivawaiahao Church.
The baseball match played at Ma
kiki hiBt Saturday, between tho men-of-war's
team and the Honolulu nine,
resulted in a victory for tho founer
by a 6coro of 7 runs to tho homo
team's 2, This is tho bixth gamo
played by the two clubs and tho only
one in wliich tho men-of-war's team
camo oh" victorious.
A GENTLEMAN will) CttlMO flOlll Mlllll
on Saturday tolls a pretty good joko
on Sheriff Chillingworth, of Maui.
Tho sheriff blackened his faco and
dressing hinibelf like a wahino went
about tho Chinese quartora of Pain,
to spot law-breakers. Tho joko of it
is that the Chjneto wore posted, hut
protended not to bo.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise in tho Daily Bulletin.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Two hundred and fifty-two Chineeo
steerage pnsscngcts camo by tlio S.S.
City of Peldn for Honolulu and uio
now in quarantine on tho fcniniiloa
outside tho roof. The cabin passen
gers, Mr. ami Mrs. G. D. Fcaron, Mr.
ami Mrs. Ng Gawk nro in quarantine
on shore. Tho steamer hail n cato
of varioloid. Fifty tons of freight also
came by tho S. S. City of Fckin for
this port. The steamer got away for
San Francisco yesteulay, after a stay
of about 21 hours.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Book-keeping clnss in the Y.
O. A. rooms at 7 o'clock
Harmony Lodge I. O. O. F. meets
in its hall, King street, at 7:30
Band concert at Emma Square, at
The Royal Hawaiian Band will play
this evening at Emma Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'c'ock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Overture Raymond Thoniaa
Waltz Young Vienna Fain bach
Comet Polka-Village Festival. . . .
Reminiscences of Auber Godfrey
Kuu Lcl, Pun Oliuhi me Ua Hikl Xo.
Selection Pirates of Penzance
Waltz Thino Alone Melsler
Medley Pleasant .Memories Beyer
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. F. M0110AN.
At the rcsidondc of Mr. Henry
Davis, all his household furniture
and effects. .
THE KAIMILOA SOLD.
The Hawaiian steamer Kaimiloa
was sold in front of Aliiolaui Hale
to-da3', to the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. for $2,800, with
the privilege of taking her now and
receiving the rent from Messrs. II.
Hackfeld & Co. $35 per day or
to receive her after the term for
which she has been hired, viz., 18
days, has expired.
RACES AT KAPIOLANI PARK.
At Kapiolani Park on Saturday
afternoon quite an exciting race
took place between Mr. Miles' horse
"Wonder" and Mr. Sliinnan's
"Ivanhoe Jr." in which the former
won. Another match was made to
run the same distance with the samo
horses, which ended in a dead heat,
although several spectators were
sure that "Wonder" came in ahead.
In running off "Ivanhoe Jr." won
easily, as "Wonder" was tired out.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The attendance at the entertain
ment given by the Blue Ribbon
League in the Y. M. C. A. hall on
Saturday night was not large. The
programme as previously announced
was well carried out, and judging
from the bursts of applause, at the
end of each number, was received
with favor. Mr. Gribblc delivered
the lecture which closed the exer
ciees. After the address an invita
tion was extended to young and old
to "come forward and sign the
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Elder Tenney was a thiough pas
senger by tho Zealandia. While in
port he delivered a practical address
to the Seventh Day Adventists of
this place. As they have no ordained
Elder here it was a great treat to
them. They expect Elder Hare on
the Australia, who will stop over
until the Alameda leaves for the
Colonies. There will bo meetings
held of wliich duo notice will be
HAWAIIAN COOK BOOK.
The Hawaiian Cook Book, pub
lished by the Ladies' Society of
Central Union Church, has reached
its third edition. This edition
has been carefully revised, and in
tho process "some of the receipts
have been dropped because they
were of little value here, and a good
number of greator value added."
A peculiarity of this useful little
work is that many of its receipts
contain directions for proparing
dishes from island productions, and
are the lcsults of home experience.
Tho Hawaiian Cook Book should
be in possession of every Hawaiian
housewife, by which is meant every
housewife on the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho book is on sale at the book
stores, at 75 cents per copy.
Captain Benjamin Whitney,
Customs Guard, whilo on duty on
boaul the bark Fori is S. Thompson,
last Saturday afternoon, met with a
painful if not serious accident.
It is tho duty of tho Custom Offi
cer to see tliat the hatches of tho
vebsel are pioperly secured beforo
leaving. In performing this duty,
and while walking between decks,
the Captain fell headlong thiough
tho open hatch into tho hold, sus
taining a fracturo of ono finger, a
sprained wrist, and several gashes
and bruises about the body. Ho
was removed to his home, and Dr.
F. L. Miner was summoned to diess
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise it iu tho Daily Bulletin
A FICHT WITH DISTANCES.
Wirluwc received by mail from
London, with the compliments of
tho author, a now book of travel, by
J. J. Aubertin. "A light with dis
tances," is its title. The book con
tains 350 pages, 12 mo, and 10
illustrations. The contents relate
to travels in the United States,
Canada, and the Hawaiian Islands.
About 60 pages of the book aro
devoted to these islands. The
author occasionally gets our affairs
slightly mixed, and is not always
accurate In the spelling of Hawaiian
names ; but lid says many kind and
complimentary tilings of us. Tho
Daily Bulletin and its staff have
inoro than their fair share ot notice.
Many of our readers will loinom
Ijor Mr. Aubertin, who came here
along with the Rev. Mr. Peck, of
New York, in September of 1880.
Botli these ccntlemen made inanv
friends dining their brief stay here,
and these friends still think and
speak of them with pleasure. Mr.
Aubertin has been long connected
with the London newspaper and
periodical press, and is an exper
ienced traveller and a well-known
writer of books as well. Ills "Fight
with Distances," the latest pioduc
tion of his pen, is an amusing and
FATHER CONRARDY GOES TO
Father Conrardy, the priest who
camo by the Zealandia to take Father
Damieu's place at the Leper Settle
ment, on Molokai, goes by the Moko
lii this evening, to enter upon his
new Held of labor.
Father Conrauly is a gentleman
of middle age, frank and affable,
and apparently possessed of a very
cheerful disposition. He is a Bel
gian, but speaks English fluently.
Previous to entering upon missionary
work, he was five years in charge of
a parish in his nativru land. His
first mission was to India, where ho
labored for three years. Tho ex
treme heat of the climate there so
impaired his health, that he was
compelled to remove to colder re
gions. His next field was among
the Indians in the State of Oiegou,
whcio the last fouitcen yoais ol his
life have been spent.
Father Conrardy's present field of
labor is purely his own choice.
Twelve yours ago he oficicd himself
for the same woik, but was not then
needed. Learning that Father
Damieu's health was failing, he re
cently lenewed the offer, which was
this tiuio accepted, bhorlly hctore
leaving Oregon Father Coniardy re
ceived a pressing lequest to accept
a lucrative appointment in Buenos
Ayres, South Amcnca, butpiomptly
declined, preferring rather the more
arduous and self-sacrificing position
Every christian man and Aoinan,
whether Catholic or Protestant, must
respect and admire the zeal and
self-denial of this Minister of Christ,
who thus voluntarily sacrifices him
self for the benefit of poor aillicted
humanity, as did Father Daniicn be
foie him, and their best wishes and
earnest prayers accompany him.
May a kind Piovidenco piotect hiin.
MAUI RAGING MATTERS.
At the annual meeting of the
Maui Racing Association, held in
Wailu'ai Social Hall, Saturday, May
5th, the follow ingollleers were elect
ed for the ensuing term :
R. D. Wulbridge (re-elected) . . .
A. F. Ilopke (lc-elected)
W. F. Mossman Tieasurcr
L. M. Vettlesen Secretary
Executive Coinmitee: Chas. II.
Broad, Manuel C. Ross and J.
The programme for tho races to
come off on the Association Race
Meeting Day, 1th of July, waB
adopted and the Committee have
set to work making necessary im
provements for the event, which
will undoubtedly prove equally suc
cessful as the races which have al
rcadv taken place under the aus
pices of the association.
The Water Works party will fin
ish this week.
The reservoir and trestle bridgei
in connection with the water vbiks
The pipes have been tested. At
the camp the pressure was 120 lbs.
to the square inch, and at the high
est elevation 27 pounds to the square
Tho whole lino worked satisfacto
rily and aftera few finishing touches
tho job will be complete.
The bkins of the two monster
boars that weio shot by Mr. Wilson
have come to Honolulu. Tho boars
when shot weighed about !3f0 lbs.
each. Their skins nieasuied (1 feet
long, and their tusks fj inches in
SJJJ'.'l 'i- - -'J
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY 'IWi:.SY-nVK Ci:.NT8 l'Elt 1'OUNl),
Iiritatcd throats and annoying
coughs aro qiuukly lelieved by the
genuino Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at tho 1'ioiicer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of tcbti
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Dully Bullellu 03 cts per month
itfrjtrtHi'feit -- & .Stfcdj.&&u
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
II. M. S. "Cormorant" will leave
tho port to-morrow at noon for tar
get practice, and for a day's dcor
Bhooting at Mojokai. Major Wodo
house, II. B. M.'s Commissioner,
will take passage in hor. The "Cor
morant" will be absent about four
Cousul-Gcneral McKinley's office
is quite a "rendezvous" now for
llawaiians abroad. One can find
two or three of the same in his of
fice every day. lie is deservedly
popular, both with tho business and
The Sporting Editor of the Angli
can Church Chronicle (Harry von
Holt), has evidently settled down
for good in San Francisco. He is
undergoing treatment for his fiery
orbs and now nose what's the mat
ter with them.
Captain Jackson is hero in Sau
Francisco connected with a paper,
devoted to building, etc.
Mr. Roche, lately Secretary of
the Board of Health, is also in the
city, but leaves for the East shortly.
F. L. Clarke is hard at work get
ting up a "Hawaiian Guide Book."
Ho is meeting with much success,
and expects to have it published
At the "Loring Club" concert
the other evening were quite a
group of llawaiians: Judge C. F.
Hart and two daughters, Mrs. Mc
Brydo and two daughters, Miss
Louisson and Harry von Holt, while
at the "Tivoli" were Mr. and Mrs.
G. C. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Atwater, Mr. and Mrs. E W.
Peterson and Mr. E. M. Walsh
Miss Leonora Irwin has started
for the East, preparatory to going
on to Europe, with II. A.P. Carter's
party in July.
Joe Wiseman, L. M. Mather and
Judge Davidson are "planted" in
Drs. Mai tin and Ilagan arc both
in tho city, the former permanently.
Hon. Godfrey Rhodes is comfort
ably settled in a pleasant homestead
in East Beikley, as also Captain Gi
letto, who used formerly to live in
the house at present occupied by
Mr. Sam Damon. Mr. Robert Whit
man, formerly in the saddlery busi
ness on King street, is also located
Mrs. A. Young and family arc
in Oakland, as also the'S. G. Alex
anders and W. II. Baileys.
Mrs. Luther Severance has gone
Mr. Fred Ilayselden has recover
ed from his railroad accident, but
on nccount of tho serious illness of
Mis. Ilayselden and some of the
children, is unable to leave New
York for at least 10 days.
) 4.1.JJ111 IS.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
IlEFOUK JUDI), C. J.
Monday, May 11th.
The King vs. F. II. Ilayselden,
eonspirapy. Examination postponed
until June 12, 1888.
Attorney-General for the Crown ;
F. M. Hatch for defendant.
BEioni: mcKiniTON, j.
In re estate of Louisa Ilauleio
kulu, of Kapalama, Honolulu de
ceased. Petition of Ilauleiokulu (k), for
probate of will of deceased. Letters
testamentary ordered issued to W.
O. Smith to act as executor under
$300 bond; and usual inventory
ordered filed ; also notice ordered
published to creditors.
W. O. Smith for petitioner ; Peti
tioner and Devisees in person.
THE BECINMNC OF THINGS.
William Lee of Woodborough,
Nottingham, England, invented tho
first stocking-frame in tho vear
Balloons were invented by Gus
ncac, a Jesuit pastor, in 1729, and
revived by Montgolficr, a French
man, iu 1783.
The Chamber of Loans at Venice,
organized about 11(50, was the first
public banking institution ever es
tablished. Paper made of cotton was exten
sively used in the Eleventh century.
Linen paper was invented in 1811).
The use of straw in paper dates
back to the opening year of the pre
Edward Randolph was appointed
Commissioner of tho first custom
house in New England, established
at Boston in 1G80. His authority
was superseded when tho General
Court created a Colonial Naval
Forks began to bo known in Franco
toward tho end of the Sixteenth cen
tury' and were introduced into Eng
land in 1G08. They wcro first used
in Italy toward tho end of the Fif
Tho first clock with a balance was
mndc by Do Vick in 18G1, and
the first with a pendulum In 1011.
Watches with springs were first
niado at Nuremberg, about 1477,
hut tho first successful application
of bprinas to watches was by Dr.
Hooke, "in 1C08. Haroun-al-Ras-child,
Caliph of Bngbnd, in 802 sent
to Charlemagne, among others pre
sents, a clock of curious workman
ship. On April 10th there vflll bo un
veiled at Feiiilly a monumental
statue of Parmcntier, who intio
duced tho potato in France.
JUST received ox Zealand, Cherries,
Grapes, Apples, Cabbage, etc., cle ,
and for sale nt the California Fruit
Market, King street. 42 It
37X-ZEALANDIA and for sale at
11 lliu San Franclfco Fruit Depot,
Fort street, (Jlimlcs, J'eart, Green 1'cas,
Apphs, Oruuges, Cabbige, Smoked
Salmou, Flno Bed Onions) and New
Potatoes, from Acnpulco. Prices low.
ABY CARRIAGES in almost
every stylo, can be found at G.
West & Co.'s. US lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Qoes to every hamlet and Ullage
in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
CLOTHES HAMPERS, Baskets
and beautiful Rustic Hals arranged
Flower Vases, may lie seen at G.
West & Co.'s.
to Bond auio.ul
JL The beat
$5 per annum
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER in
Honolulu 'Tho Dally Bulletin.
50 cents per month.
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
BRANDS OF CALI-
fornia Port, Madeira and Malaga,
lor sale in Kcgi anu cacs uy
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
THE BEST PAPER to subfcrlbo
for Is the "Daily llulletin." CO
cents per month.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing will be gratefully rccclv
cd for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kaknako,
or at the Leper Sittlmcut oa Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
JL lurccst circulation of any painr
printed in this Kingdom
co cents per
BUSS. P. THIELE,
On Beretania street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuirc's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding Scliool.
Also, French and Gcruuin taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and ic-
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 5G1. Him
Just rcccUod from Auckland, Ev.
600 Bags of CHOICE OATS !
Of tho CROP of 168S, and which
UNION FEED CO.
A Japanese Wrestling Touri'nmciit will
take place in tho
THURSDAY EVENING, May 17.
E3F Parties desiring to join iu the
tournament can do so by applying at
the Japanese titore, on King titrvct.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
28 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will bo found to
be an interesting and oomprehensivo
number, containing 28 coluuini of
leading matter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island naiTU. There ia no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
Island $1 00 year
Foreign (mailed). . .... . 5 00 year
To bo had from J. II. Soper, Mer
chant street; A. M. Hewett, Mer
chant street, and Ilur.r.uriN Office,
STABLES TO LET.
four horses, carrliiL'o
house, with two room, ml loin I ni;
luml 400x110. Kutrnncc from Kiniiii
atreut, 15 minutes' walk from Post ollleu
Sultalilo for hnclMlrivur. Kent Sl'Jpcr
mouth. Apply to
41 lw J. K. I1HOWN & CO.
SI 50 UEWAilD.
rpiIK abovo reward will bo given to
JL niiy ptreon or perfcons who will
glvu Mich Information us will lead to
tho arrest and conviction of the perbon
or persons who set lire to my sloto
situatul on Buretnnla tfoct, next to the
prcuii-t'8 owned by J. -15. Hush liscj., Iu
SUNG DONG SING.
Honolulu, May 'J, lh68, '.IB lw
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Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torcliong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we offer at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
S. EHRL1GI, 63 & 65 Fort St.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Arc receiving- by every incoming (-.learner from San
Crockery Ware, Baby CarringeK,
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
PIANOS iutd FURNITURE
Sold on the Installment Plan.
Always on Hand
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST I CO.'S, 105 F
io the Ladies !
lew tods !
is, wds, miliars,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
CORNICES & FRAMES
and Mado to Order.
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