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Leader of Low Prices,
MONDAY, JUNE l, 1888.
Fiench bk Cccille, fR days from ow-
ilrlg Hazard liom South Sea Islands
Stmr Mlkaliahi from Kauai
Htmr Iwalaui from Hainakua
Sehr Kaulkeaoull fiom Koliala
Schr Kawhilnnl fiom Koolau
Schr Canute f loin Kuan
StmrKltiau for tho Volcano and way
poi ts at 4 p in
Stmr Llkcllko for Kahulul and way
ports at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolli for Moloknl at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lchun for llamakua at 5 p m
S S Australia for San FraiieUco at noon
StmrWU Hall for Lahalna, y.aalacn,
. Kona and Knn at 10 a in
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 p m
From Knuni, per steamer Walaleale,
June 2 -A. V Ilaneberg, 0 Koelllng,
wife and family, J Mteklc and wife, 1
Ilaneberg nud wife, Mrs G btratemeyer
and 3 children, and 18 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mlkahala. Juno
3 Aug Drclcr and wife, Mis It 0
Spalding, W G Smith, K Fukushlma.
Mrs 11 J Nolle, 511-s Nolte, B L Kauai
aud wife, It Hay, illss II L Hay, Miss
Pllliot, Mr ltago, Mrs J A Spear ami
From Moloknl per stmr Lehua, June
2 C B Wilson and 50 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Miknhala 3230 bags sugar, 25 head of
cattle, 10 hides, 100 bags pla, and
500 bags of bone.
Iwalaui 15S0 bags of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Mn. William King has found a G.
A. It. badge which ho will gladly re
turn to tho loser.
The salo of furnituio at the resi
dence of Mr. Creighton on Saturday,
realized over $1,000.
The Mikaliala will sail at her re
gular time to-morrow, notwithstand
ing other reports.
Don't forgot Prof. Sidney Dicken
son's entcrtaiument at tho Operu
House this evening.
The Japanese steamer Takasago
Mam will bo dispatched for Japan
on Tuesday, Juno 12th.
Next Sunday morning the new
Kaumakapili Church will be dedi
cated with appropriate services.
A grand reduction in prices has
been made at the Temple of Fashion,
which will last for two weeks only.
The "Paradise of tho Pacific" is
out. Copies may bo obtained of the.
business manager, J. J. Williams.
His Majesty tho King will give a
dinner at lolani Palaco this evening,
in honor of -Hon. Dr. J. Mott Smith.
Mrs. Roht. J. Creighton and Miss
Agnes Creighton, leavo on tho Aus
tralia to-morrow for San Francisco,
Tina morning Mr. J. J. Williams
photographed tho interior of St. An
drew's Cathedral with the beautiful
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
requests us to state that from and
after this date, Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
office will bo closed two hours before
the sailing of each steamer for the
Kino stioet, between Richard and
Maunakea stieets, was the liveliest
part of town to-day. Tho steam roller
was at work, a gang of prisoners
grading, and tho railroad party lay-
Mr. A. Morgan (tho doctor) will
leavo on tho Australia to-morrow for
a trip to San Francisco. His busi
ness will go on as befoio, with Mr.
M. N. Saunders holding his power of
attorney during tho Doctor's absoncc.
The arrest of Mr. Fcibtcom on
board tho Mariposa, on Saturday,
appears to have been the result of
blundering. Tho passport was issued
in tho name of Mrs. Foistcorn, by
mistake. Anew passpoit has been
issued to Mr. Feistcorn.
The Vandalia Athletic Association,
under new management, will give an
entertainment at tho Opera House
next week. Tho managers promise
a most enjoyable programme, inter
spersed with startling features, rc
pleto with now and aromatic essen
ces of burnt cork,
Sixty threo Chinamen were called
up in the Police Court this morning,
to answer a chaigo of landing, or at
tempting to land, ut the port of Ho
nolulu, on or about May 13, without
a logal peimit, contrary to provisions
of chapter 28 of tho Session Laws
of 1887. Tho caso was continued
until to-morrow morning at
Durinci tho Kawaiahao Church
picnic and luau, Saturday afternoon,
an amusing inoidont occurred. Tho
gamo of pinning tho tail on to a
painted tailless donkey, by persons
bind-foldpd, was in progress, when a
gentleman stranger, who, of course,
was not very extensively acquainted
hero, pinned the tail on to a member
of tho Legislature, by mistake,' most
ESTStraw Hats) in great variety,
Embroidery Clicnillo, Arrascne, ltib
boseno, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and Worsted in all shades at tho
Tun management of the Pacific
Restaurants has changed bands.
Messrs. Barbor and McLean have re
tired and Mr. D. McKonzio takes the
A murr No. 2, drawn by Mon.
Belhuiuet on Bishop fe Co.,for $39.50
has been lost. Parlies arc cautioned
against negotiating the snmo as pay
ment has been stopped.
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company has bought out the
ship chandlery business of Messrs.
A. W. l'iorco it Co., Queon street,
and will establish an ofllco theie.
At 1 o'clock this nftcrnoou Mr. IL
S. Tregloan was arrested on a chargo
of smuggling. Mr. P. Neumann lias
been retained in the case, which will
conio up in tho Polico Court, to
moriow. Fon tho benefit of tho shipping in
tho haibor a "Time Ball" will bo
dropped from tho signal vard arm of
tho U. S. Flagship "Vandalia" at tho
instant of local mean noon of Thurs
day of each week, during tho remain
der of tho vessel's stay in this port.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Hawaiian Lodge F. &
A. M. in its hall, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, at 7:30 o'clock.
.Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. O.
F. meets at 7:30 o'clock in ils hall
on King street.
Meeting of the Honolulu Rifles
Board in the Armory at 7:30
Prof. Dickenson lectures in the
Hawaiian Opera House at 7:30
o'clock. Subject, "Tho Albambra
and tho Moorish occupancy of
THE HAWAIIAN BAND.
The band will not piaj- at Emma
Square this evening, in consequence
of being engaged to play at the
Palace during a dinner given in
honor of Dr. Mott Smith.
The band did not play on the
wharf -at the departure of the Mari
posa, on Saturday noon, on account
of having been previously engaged
to play at the Kawaiahao Sunday
School picnic, at that hour.
The carriage road of the I. I. S.
N. Co.'s route to the volcano, is
about to be extended right up to the
Volcano House. Heretofore the
carriage line ran from Pahala to the
half-way house, where hoiscs were
taken. But now the line is to be
extended right through, and the
saddle horses done away with.
A JAPANESE CONGREGATION.
Rev. Mr. Miyama held religious
sendees at tho Immigration Depot
yesterday morning. The thousand
Japanese, men and women, stood
for an hour and more listening in
tently to the eloquent speaker. It
was practical cluistianity that he
presented to them, not merely re
sisting temptations to drink and to
gamble, but the hopo and purpose
to seek for themselves the heavenly
life, which the Word of God reveals
and makes possible to all men.
Last Saturday evening at St. An
drew's Cathedral, Mr. David Mor
ton, a clerk in the house of Thco.
H. Davies & Co., was united in
marriage to. Miss Ellen Thompson.
The bride was given away by Mr.
Henry Smith, and the Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh performed the cere
mony. The surpliced choir of the
Cathedral of which the bridcgioom
is a member, sang the hymn, "How
welcome was the call," and also tho
special psalm. As tho newly mar
ried couple left the Cathedral Men
delssohn's Wedding March was
played on tho organ.
The programmes for the exercises
of Anniversary week were distribut
ed yesterday. Tho Association will
meet this j'car in Kaumakapili
Church, beginning on Tuesday, at
10 a. ra. At Kawaiahao Chuich
yesterday morning, Rev. E. S. Ti
motco preached on Foreign Mis
sions, and Rev. S. L. Desha in the
evening, on Homo Missions, at Kau
makapili Church. Tho Young Peo
ple's Association will hold its an
nual meeting on Wednesday even
ing. The annual tea-party will be
given in tho Central Union Church
on Thursday afternoon at 4;30 p.m.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The Bluo Ribbon entertainment
at tho Y. M. C. A. hall on Satuulay
ovening, was not very well attended,
owing to the great counter-attraction
at the Opera House. Never
theless the meeting was a pleasant
oae, nnd well appreciated by those
present. Tho musioby Mrs. Hoogs,
Mrs. E. C. Damon, Miss Beckwith
and Mr. Hoogs was well received
by the audience. Mrs. S. M. Da
mon and Mr. "V. O. Atwater also
contributed to tho entertainment
some amusing readings. Mr. P. C.
Jones, Mr. Townsend and Mr.
Gowen spoke, all on personal res
ponsibility and personal risk.
Two names were added to tho
pledge list at the closo of the meet
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advcrtlso it in the Daily Bulletin.
ftaTGcnts Fine Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, Nats, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to tho headers of
Cheap Prices, the Ahcadi:.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Aus
tralia, Tuesday next : Miss Brewer,
S. Hardcastle, J. M. Oat, G. H.
Twcedic, Miss Aicala, Mrs. D.
Center and child, Mrs. Creighton
and daughter, Mrs. S. C. Allen, A.
Cam, A. P. Happer Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Fearon, Mrs. C. 13olte,
T. hazarus, J. Nathan, Mrs. Brodle,
Dr. and Mrs. Sutliff and 2 ch., Mis.
It. C. Spalding and son, Mrs. R.
Hay, Mrs. Pcllict, Miss Hay, Geo.
E. IIowo and wife, Miss M. A.
Porter, Miss A. Porter, Prof,
rotneroy and wife, Cnpt. J. Brown,
Dr. G. P. Andrews, G. W.
Brewer, Henry Sayler and 2 chil
dren, Mrs. S. Taylor and 3 children,
Mis. L. D. Dickinson, Mr. and Miss
Senrlcs, Mr. Otto, A. Beebe, II.
Prinnington, Dr. II. L. Curtis.
A private letter from Samoa soys
that on May 23rd a boat race, be
tween the U. S. S. Mohican and a
German man-of-war, took place.
Tho distance was a mile and a half
and the Mohican's boat won by 43
seconds. The letter further states
that the Mohican would sail from
Samoa for Honolulu on June 2nd.
KAWAIAHAO SUNDAY SGHOOL
On Saturday afternoon, on tho
Church grounds, the children of
Kawaiahao Sunday School were
given a grand picnic. There were
about 500 persons present, includ
ing II. It. II. Princess Liliuokalani,
Judge Dole, teachers of Punahou
Preparatory school and Kawaiahao
Seminary. The children enjoyed
themselves with swings, croquet and
other sports. The eatables, spread
on long tables on the grass and pre
sided over by Mr. D. L. Naone and
M. Keliaa, were done ample justice
to by those present. A croquet
match was played between a team
of boys from the Karaehameha
school and a team of girls from Ka
waiahao Seminary which resulted in
a victory for the girls.
The sports and feasting were kept
up until between four and five
o'cloek, when the children quietly
dispcised, having jointly with the
adults picscnt, thoroughly enjoyed
ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.
The services at St. Andrew's Ca
thedral yesterday were the first
since tho completion of the two ad
ditional bays. Both morning and
evening the two congregations con
nected with the Cathedral united.
There was also present on both oc
casions many people belonging to
other denominations. At the morn
ing service the building was full to
ovci flowing. There was also a full
church in the evening. Tho Revs.
G. Wallace, A. Mackintosh, H.
Gowcn and V. II. Kitcat officiated.
An able discourse was delivered at
the morning service b3' the Rev. G.
Wallace, and the Rev. A. Mackin
tosh preached an appiopriato and
impressive sermon in the evening.
The musical piogramrao, specialty
prepared for the occasion, was well
rendered by the combined choirs, led
by Mr. Wray Taylor on the organ.
The nnturally pleasing appearance
of the inside of the church was
greatly enhanced by festoons of
greenery and flowers. The collec
tions, in aid of the building fund,
amounted to $700.
JAPANESE Y. M. G. A.
This Association held its regular
monthly meeting at Queen Emma
hall last Saturday evening. Essays
were read in English by M. Fujita
on "The advantages of foreign
travel," and by M. Nakumi on
"Sincerity indispensable to friend
ship." The regular committee re
ported ; the educational committee
reporting tho inauguration and suc
cessful management of the evening
school in English under Miss Abby
F. Johnson. Some conversation
was had about the feasibility of
lithographing and sending a monthly
letter to the laborers on the differ
ent plantations. At the close of tho
usual morning service in Queen
Emma hall on Sunday, Rev. Dr.
Hyde baptized two of tho Japaneso,
who came here three years ago.
COFFEE, ITS HISTORY, PHILOSO
PHY, SUPPLY AND CON
Last night, my dear Bulletin, I
felt dispondcnl. My nerves wore
unstrung, l'hysicalty, I felt lim
pish. The moon did hot shed a
cheering light her beams weio in
terupleil and overshadowed by a
foreboding cloud mantle. Tho
wind too was southerly, and mong
the r.ustling leaves of tho trees, the
"Herald" seemed to whisper a
warning of coming coUU, and insipid
malaria. I resolved to, "Gird up
my loins," and strengthen tho inner
man to resist tho threatened evil.
Inspiring thought Nolte's Saloon
Nolte's coffee, "Bismillah! Allah
is great nud mnhoraet his only pro
phet." I turned to the East, bowed
lowly, humbly, and leturned thanks
for the happy, nnd agreeable mental
I quaffed a bumper cup regain
ing my room, and subsequently my
8At tho AncAtiK you can buy
White and Colored Laces at prices
that will astonish you. Thc90 Goods
have never been offered 90 cheap
before in tills Kingdom.
virtuous couch, whero beforo mor
phcus claimed my senses, I lay and
gazed on vacancy, completely ab
sorbed in meditation, and contem
plation, marveling at the cxhilerat
ing effect, of this wonderous bovcr
agc, ncctor of tho gods.
To you, my dear Bulletin, I need
not explain, but to those, who think
the above an exaggeration, I have
only to remind them that the moon
is full, or nearly so, aud when iu
that condition, is said to have an
effect, funny, and curious, on the
mental organization of some folks.
Ilcmclia Vastatrix, (coffee leaf
disease). Having briefly outlined
the History of bug, or blight, on the
coffee plantations of Ceylon, I shall
now describe leaf disease, which is
entirely different to blight and should
never be mistaken for it. Coffee
leaf disease is peculiar to the coffee
shrub, at least, I have never heard
of it attacking any other bush, tree,
or plant of any kind whatever. It
is a micioscopic fungus, and makes
its appearance on the under side of
the leaf ouly. At first it is no larger
than a pin spot, but iu tho courso of
a few months increases in size, until
it will cover a surface of about a
quarter of an inch square. There
may bo all the way from one to five
or six of these spots on one leaf.
To the naked eyo it presents a rusty
red, or yellowish appearance, and
can be rubbed off easily. Its visi
tations are annual, and progresses
and dcvclopcs as the crop on tho
tree ripens. When the crop is about
half lipencd the disease is fully
matured. Tho effect is peculiar. It
seems to have the property of ab
sorbing the vital energies of the
leaves, which become weakened and
ultimately fall to the ground. Tho
consequence is the tree has to re
produce a new foliage, and ripen its
crop at the same time ; this it cannot
do, and tho crop or a largo portion
of it, accordingly falls to the ground.
In the course of a few months, the
coffee shrub is again reclothcd with
a new foliage, has thrown out a fresh
array of young wood, and to all ap
pearance has completely shaken off
the pest. This, however, is not the
case, for shortly after the blossom is
nicely set, and the young berries be
gin to assume form and size, the
fungus reappears, developes with its
customary virulence, and repeats
A letter was addressed to the
President'of the planters Association
last year, in which the writer drew
especial attention to the fact, that
there was a total absence of coffee
leaf disease on these Islands, and
urged them at their meeting the
necessity of passing a resolution, in
a manner to draw the attention of
His Excellency the Minister of the
Interior to the fact.
These Islands are entirely isolated
from any other country, and it is
easy to keep them free from contam
ination. Tho only way in which the
pest can be brought here, is by
bringing live plants. Some may al
ready be on the way, sent for by
some enterprising person, with a
view to change seed. Such plants
ought all to be destroyed beforo
Many eminent scientists, whose
speciality was cryptogoray, wcro en
gaged to investigate the nature and
cause of leaf disease. Wo now
know all about its nature and oper
ations, but all cures that have been
hitherto tried are alike chimerical
and impracticable. We have only
to wait and see if it will wear itself
out iu the same mysterious way that
other pests have been known to do.
In a late number of the "Planter's
Monthly," will be found an article
entitled "my experiment with
coffee" written by E. Bailey, Esq.
We heartily thank Mr. Bailey for his
information, and hope others, ex
pciicnccd in coffco on these Islands,
will follow suit. He says, "I somo
times gathered 10 pounds of good
clcuncd coffee, from one tree, but it
was only in a few cases that they
produced so much. I think I had
only about 30 trees, but they
produced about 200 lbs. a year.
In 1858, I made a visit to my
native land, and almost the word I
received from tho Islands, was that
ray coffee trees were all dead, etc.,
In regard to the amount of good
clean coffee, returned annually, wo
should be tempted to doubt its cor
rectness, were the source of inform
ation not known to be thoroughly
Leaving tho occasional 10 lbs. per
tree out of tho question we find Mr.
Bailey's trees produced him, an
average of G lbs. per annum, of
clean good coffee beans. This re
turn is enormous, aud far exceeds
anything wo havo ever heard of.
The trees continued bearinc too.
from tho timo they were first planted,
allowing threo years for devolope
ment, until they wcro J18 joars of
ago. In the natural course of the
lifo of a coffee tree this is a longer
period than we should expect for
coffco planted at low elevations. In
support of this statement, we beg
to quote tho following from "Rallies
History of Java."
"The History of Java,". by Sir
Thomas Stamford Rallies, formerly
Lieutenant Governor of that Colony,
nnd dedicated by permission to II.
R. A. the Prince Consort, published
jn London iu the year 1817.
Tho coffee tree yields fruit for 20
years yet, in the low country it sel
JBSJ-Do not fail to cult at tho 1 FRfl) I fflfL rl. M filll ll 1 ' H
AncADEivnd examine tho Splendid 1 E3 fiwl fe f w iillr uiwifeHniBaW T8l
Slock of Embroidered Suits tit re- StalclES Sofia 5H I flQEQaBW I -W
duecd prices. ' &M
dom obtains a greater ago than 9 to
10 years, during six or seven of
wliich It may bo said to bear) and
the fruit is comparatively of lesser
value than that grown at higher ele
vations." The abovo is as high, and rcliablo
an authority as it is possible to quote
from, from which it will bo seen,
that Mr. Bailey actually got, accord
ing to his own sthowing, about five
times the total return from his trees
than was obtained from Java at
similar elevations. Mr. Radio
further states that an average of 2
to 3 lbs. per tree can bo expected."
Further, the failure of the trees
was what was naturally to bo ex
pected, and not an event out of the
usual course of things.
Wo may say, however, that coffee
culture is much better understood
now than it was at tho time when
Mr. Rallies wrote his history.' What
ho wrote then Altho really true is
not a standard to judge of what can
bo accomplished to-day.
All the operations of handling and
curing a coffee crop from tho timo
the berry leaves the trco until it is
bagged ready for shipping is done
by machinery. The natural condi
tions of soil, climato, elevation, etc.,
arc thoroughly known and the tree
is made to put forth its greatest
(To bo continued.)
XX. ileor on Jcu all tho wb-
Louis, for sale at the Pantheon. 57 tf
ANOTHER lot of Draught Beer
on lee all the way from St. Louis,
for sale at tho Pantheon. 57 If
AfESSRS. DODD &
1TX Have just received
another lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAGEK BEEK" In kega, which they
ara offcrins to their customers. 55 lw
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully lecelv
ed for the use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at IvuknaUo,
or at the Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokai,
if left wltli J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
APRICOTS, Cherries, Peaches,
Gooseberries, and a largo assort
ment of len house goods arrived by the
Australia for the California Fruit
Market. 55 3t
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
BRANDS OF CAL1-
Port. Madeiia and Malacu,
for sale in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
APRICOTS, Cherries, reaches,
Gooseberries, and a large con
slgnmcnt of ice house goods arrived by
the Australia for the San FrancUro
Fruit Depot, Fort street. 55 3t
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and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct and rcliablo reports of tho
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
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want your money's
JL worth of tho
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery nnd Ico Cream
Parlors, established 1803. Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Horn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
menter. P. S. The only placo where
the Gcnuino Butter Scotch is manu
factured nnd sold. 1G tf
Aiislrdliiiii fall Service,
FOK SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho new and fine Al steel steamship
Of tho UccanioHteaintlilp Company, trll
be due at Honolulu from tiydnoy
and Aucklund on or about
July I, 1888.
And will leavo for tho abovo port with
mnlls aud passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOH ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Airfints.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho now and tine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
he duo at Honolulu from S&u
Francisco on or about
June 7, 1888,
And will have prompt dhpatch with
mulls and naesongcrs for the above ports,
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 wE Q. IltWItt & CO., Agenta.
TI5ATLY DONE and with detpalch
IN at the HAWAIIAN HOTEL STA
PLES. Hand Clippers. 82tf
63 & 65 FORT STREET. 38
Lais' DIM Werwear, LaQies' Kited Dierwear,
lu Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauze at a
3-3R.JE ASJO XTLjEjOTCJOTIOIV
Hccoivcd by lust steamer a Fine nnd Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I oiler at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct from New York
Gents', Ladies' &
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming- steamer from Sari
Crockery Ware', Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES. CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
mh 87 HOISTOaLiXJI-iXJ". ly
Take Notice !
nnd Phil.idclpbia a Fine Line of
Childrens' Shoes I
SBLK HOSE !
Fancy Goods !