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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUARY 22, 1889.
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TUESDAY, JAN. L2, 1880.
BktKe Mary Wlnhihuan, K1J days from
Schr Leahl from Kohala
S S ZcilanilKi from San Francisco en
route for the Colonics
Stmr Ktnan from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr V It Uishop from Koolau
Stmr W O Hall for Lahalna, Mnnlaca,
Jvoua. Kan anil the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at i m
Stmr Wiilaloalo for ICaual at 5 p m
Stmr Lchua for llamakna at -1 p in
Stmr Ltkcllke for Jlolokal ami Maul at
G p m
Stmr .las Make for Kauai
Tern V S Ilownc for San I'ranclseo
Schr I.cahl for Kohala
aSS Dolphin for Japan
S S Zcalnndia for Colonics at 7 p m
From Sjh Francisco, per S S Zea
l.indl, Jan 22 G A Ainsden, Edward 1
llakcr, Mrs Helau, Win A Bowon, wife
and clilld, Mrs M lb-own, E F Cameron,
F 13 do Coursey, A 13lilers, wife and 2
children. 0 1' J3iiicrson. dipt James O
Ureen, Mrs L Meycrstein and daughter,
His D Xoonan, it l'otIcthwalte, John
FSiebc,T Schmidt, 13 D Tciiney, Chas
Thrower, Mr L A Thurston, Miss I.
Voss. Edward A Waul. W T Seward. J
II Wlicnton, Leopold Field and wife,
and 12 steerage. In transit 31 cibln
and 40 steerage.
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer W
G Hall, Jau 22-Col Xorris, F High, J
McCandless, Kov S II Davis, llcv W !I
llarnes, Miss Shaw, 11 Ehlhi, Keko and
CARGC1ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lchua 2,500 bags sugar.
Stmr Fele 1,242 hags sugar.
Schr Mary 1,300 bags sugar.
Schr Leahl 1,513 bags sugar.
Schi Kaalokai 700 bugs sugar.
The barkcutine Planter, Captain 1) V
B Penliallow, arrived January 21st, liJJ
days from San Francisco with general
inerchaudise to Mc.-srs II IlacVfeld &
Co. Kcpoits having had vaiiable winds
the greater part of the passage, and had
only day's trades.
BULLETIN WEEKLY SUMMARY.S
The "Bulletin "Weekly Summary"
is out to-day, full of interesting
local news and other matter. There
is such a large demand for the Sum
maries that it is necessary to secure
copies at once before the edition is
run out. For sale at this ofllce and
On Tuesday and Thursday even
ings of next week the public will
have an opportunity of witnessing
performances of the operetta Pa
tience by our local amateurs, with
full orchestra. The box plan for
the sale of seats will open on Mon
day morning next at 9 o'clock at the
olllcc of J. K. Brown & Co., Mer
chant street, and we predict a big
The following tenders were re
ceived for curbing the sidowalk and
fencing the Palace Square enclosure
at the junction of King, Richards
and Merchant streets:
F. Wilholm $3(50
Walker & Hcdward ilfiO
George Lucas UOi
II. K. Bcrteliuan 300
Peter High 23.1
The last named was accepted.
SUPREME COURT-JAN. TERM.
IK IIANCO lIKlOIli: I'UI.J. IIC.NOH.
Mosiut, Jan. SI st.
The King vs. Ahop alius Ahapa.
Murder. Defendants exceptions
from Thiid Circuit uud motion for
nuw trial. Defendant's motion to
ninuu upon calendar for this loriu
nllowcd, Putursoii for tho Crown i
Whiting for dofundimt.
The King ", Ah flock and All
Huo, Selling spirituous liquors with,
out lieciibc, I'Aeiipllriiis from Third
Circuit, DofPiuiimt'a orl motion
to pliii'o upon Uils term's culundur
ulluwutl. l'olron lor tlio down i
Rmiwmiu for dcfunduiits,
h'uuiuUmui and Namokuulin Iter
hiuhaiid v. Kipi I;., iveuku w-, uud
Mulnnhn Imr huilmud. ICJectmeut.
DiiftiuiluuU' euuitlniis to ilt'olsiun
Ootuhm' -Hi, laan, of .MuCully, .1.,
for plnlutlfN. Aiumnl mid Milnnlt
ted. Uw llruwn fur i)luluiiff;
'.U, Hmitli for ilofiHiilmits.
ImuiliQii. I.i v. Alio (Oh,)
liJunluiDiil. ilurv wdlvml Oyluliur
liu'iii, laaa, Appiml by plmntlff
fiom iloulnlou iv lllilt)itmi tlM of
Oululhir go, 1". No iin'Uluiiii
liulim on llli'i ('unit riilimuiimlKiulil
lint Imvu liuun iiiiuii lliu inlinltii'
4ulil fur iluiiitffi I'n.llo far i!u
feiuliiiii. , ,
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uiiuu uiul lu ilwlmo u nliumu lh"
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin; clock game lias arrived.
Look out for eneak thieves.
Hr.v. Oliver P. Emerson airivcd on
Mn. Justice Dole pi csides at Cham
bers this week.
Ma. A. M. llewelt has our
fur Hies of late papers.
Tub W. S. 13owno lakes n mail
San Francisco this afternoon.
Tin: U. S. S. Dolphin left for Japan
at 2:!J0 o'clock this afternoon.
JMany thanks to Purser George
McLanc for news favors.
Tin: S. F. "Cluoniclo" of January
12th lias v long article on the Vol
cano. Mil. E. D. Tenney has returned
home from a three months vi-iL in
A rui.i. attendance is lcquetlcd at
the drill of Co. IS. Honolulu Kiiles
Tin: distiibution of ear mils out
King street has leached beyond Li
Tin: Mary Winkchnan
where outside with the
troupe on board.
llushnell Tun bark Alden Bessie arrived at
San Francisco January '.ird, thirteen
days fiom Kahului.
Tin: Foreign and Hawaiian jurors
will be iccpiired to attend in the Su
pieme Court to-morrow.
The band concert at Emma
Square last evening was well atlcnd
Soveral pieces wcro encored.
Mit. G. A. Ainsden, ono of the best
piano tuners in the State of Michi
gan, arrived on the Zealandia.
Amkktinq of tho Queen's Own will
bo held this evening for the election
of officers for tho ensuine; year.
Mil. Chalks Mason, Biilish Vioc
Conbiil at San Fmucisco,dicdiii that
city January 10th, of apoplexy.
An insane South Sea Wander
passed along Queen btreet this morn
ing, bellowing like a spoiled child.
A mi:i:iixc of the Privy Council
was held yesterday at which tho
Chancellor of the Kingdom presided.
Tm: Xealandia sails at 7 o'clock
this c.ning for tho Colonies. The
mail closes at the Post Ollicu at 0
Cai'T. James G. Green, who relieves
Captain Graham in the command of
the U. S. S. Alert, arrived on the
A jii:i:ti.vo of the Trustees of the An
glican Church was held last evening
in the Sunday t-chool-rooin. It occu
pied threo hours.
On jStow Year's day the Lord
Mayor of London was congratulated
by the Mayor of Now Yoik through
ono of Edison's phonographs.
In the case of Dr. Powell, charged
with tho murder of Ralph S. Smith,
a motion for a change of venuo fiom
San Mateo county has been made.
Mits. Thuiston, wife of His Excel
lency the Minister of Interior, Mr.
and Mrs. "W. A. Bowen, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Killers, returned to their
island homes !v the mail steamer.
Coi.onki. Nonia t.iys that if a cent
apioco was oil'uicd for spairowsin
.San Francisco all the youngsters of
thu city would bo after them ; but
heie, though he is willing to pay a
much larger piicu for them, he can't
Tin: U, H. H, Dolphin for tho past
several layi has been in readiness to
sail immediately after tho arrival of
tho mail steamer. The nlllcers, who
weio allowed liberty ashoio, were to
ruturu to tho t-hip on lirnt sighting of
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Mooting Queen's Own at Armory
Couit Lunalllo No, (1000 A. (.
I'orustius at 7 ) HO.
KxuuUIor l.odgo No, I, I, O. O,
I Ji ill Co, II Honolulu HlllM at
Survleos nt Ht, Andrew's C'ntlio
dnd mid (Vutnd Union Chuiuh at
7iito p, in,
Annual mooting U'liploluul I'm I;
Association ut Id u, in,
nv ,i, i, ioim.Ni
At lo o'clotU a. in. id llu utoro
of W. a. Luce, nil ol tlui stoiik tioiP
tdntlnu of wines, wliUliluy, liniiulina,
liporilliv-jirnnf hiifa mid dpsdis, nUo
n hlmili iumii wiidiui ulu.
a onup III SUPAR.
Tim uilaudin hrlnu mm of u
dnii t'f n iiitirtyr of n noid In Ili9
jirli'ii of biiKiir. Tlio prUm far Oil
w It ipiutud id ng,
STiPP '0IAR0P9 , ,
In lliv iui of Wind v. Wood, in
Ylllll'll Jllduuieilt MI UlVUU ill tllU
iiiliiviiii Couit for iiluiniiff fur Cltffi.
vmImh of u lmi Uillpdi thu iiiwiiiim
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At n meeting of the Prince's Own,
Second Battalion, Hawaiian Volun
teers, held Monday evening at the
Armory, the following olllcers wcro
elected for tlio ensuing year:
Captain, (Adjutant) II. Kaalia.
First Lieutenant, II. I'lukou.
Second Lieutenant, Koboit I'alau.
At a meeting of the King's Own
held Friday evening, the following
ofllcers were elected for the ensuing
Captain II. Kaia
First Lieutenant Joseph Morse
Second " W. llakalaau
A POI STOCK COMPANY.
A large meeting of natives was
held on Lililia street last night for
the purpose of considering the feasi
bility of forming a Pol Stock Com
pany. The originators propose al
lowing any poi eater, excepting Chi
nese, to become a member of the
company. Shares are to be issued,
at S10 each, to the amount, allowing
but one share to each member, and
no member it is proposed shall be
allowed to hold more than one share.
A chief object of the company is to
squash the Chinese monopoly of
poi-making and also to promote in
dustry among the native taro-patch
R. hi. S. ZEALANDIA.
The Zealandia arrived at 1:10
o'clock this afternoon from San
Francisco. She was detained at the
latter place by the English mails
which were late in crossing the At
lantic ocean owing to very heavy
weather. On the 15th and lClh
had strong northerly wind and
rough sea. From the 17th to port
moderate N". E. trades and fine
weather. January 17th at 11 a. in.
passed the City of Peking bound
West and on the 10th at 1 1 :30 a. m.
tho Alameda bound East. Brought
for Honolulu 31 cabin and 12 steer
age passengers and 91 tons of cargo.
For the Colonics 91 passengers, CG
tons of freight for Auckland and
1083 for Sydney.
Late ForeM I
Per Zcalr,?idia, Jan. 22tf.)
The King of Holland is dying.
Mrs. Jay Gould died in New
York Jan. J 3th.
A new issue of Panama canal
shares will be made.
Bismarck will refer in the Kcieh
stag to the friendly relations of Ger
many and Great lirilain.
The election of Boulnngcr in Pa
ris will lead to the overthrow of the
The Dowager Empress Victoria of
Germany thinks of publishing a
book about her late husband, Em
Uochcforl and Lissargary fought
a duel at Paris Jan. 11th, and both
The new Panama Canal Company
succeeds to all the rights of the old
Kihain has said that he would
fight with Jackson.
The case lo test the constitution
ality of tlio Chinese Restriction act
lias been advanced on the calendar
of tho U. y. Supreme Court.
Strong protests arc being made
against the proposed admission of
Utah as a State.
Reports of tho ilight of the King
of Uganda and the massacre of
Christians came from East Afiica.
Extensive preparations have been
made for the entertainment of Queen
Victoria at Uiarritz.
Thero arc indications of a light
between Kiiglish luerchnuU and the
French copper ring.
Tho Jiiithh lllue Hook on tho
Sackvilln affair has been published.
Tho Hciliu lloerecu JCeilung of
Jan. 11th says: Steps have been
takon to assure tlio restoration of
order in Samoa.
An offer of 110,000 for the trotter
Ambassador has been refused.
A silk mill collapsed at Reading,
!., January SHIi, and (it) persons
poijiihed among the ruins.
It has been proposed to eslillilt
tho hone of Columbus lu Anmiiea.
Woik on thu I'aiimuu Uuuni litis
not been stopped,
A coiibpliuoy to dotlironu King
Milan luii boon discovered,
An uUttuipt was Hindu Jan. mh to
hlinv up tlm Royal Palace nt Ma
drid, It Is it'poi ted that thu C'aiir luu
inured Aiiklriil of hU puelllu lutou-
Tim (iiriumi defeat In Samoa hint
nrfidad n tluoi luiprolim In llwilin.
Tliu ktimuihoiif 1'nrU V, Urown
was suuli In thu ,"MIlwiipl .Inn, ft,
mid nlghl llvi'x lout,
It U roporioil (lint n kU on tlio
iamitliiHii I'uciHu U liiiuuidliiu
'our nn. uiii wurfi iiutmitly MIIimI
mid Bitvnrnl otlioin fntnlly lujiinul by
u liuilf-r ilulon nl Nuw llopo, Vti.
ilr. Wtnliiiuiiuiiiikiiiind n( Ionium
Alilmlt, illml nl Ihuivci'Jiui. lltli.
i dlimiuu U lu hu mutle in thu ti
liulu TurTff hill, piwYldlua fur u
liuiuitv u( u will ti imund uu ull u
pr luuml in Uit I'uiiui) Hm
I'lii'ie U u vw, in Cuuiidimi
vMvi Ueouuku tunt nullnu i-hiIuu
lmp ttilnpbd tliy AiupiIpuii nyilviu
U( lllllllHI) diiil,
YmIIum Wm lm luofefu uui m ti"
'MUwl iiUlM lUtDHttr llllUti tutd
littl vuowl Im. Unwu yiWMlUt tu
A largo steamer has been wrecked
off the Islands of Sisarga, 25 miles
northwest of Corunna- It is sup
posed one bundled persons have
been drowned. Thirty of the sur
vivors have arrived at Corunna.
Tho lloyal College of Surgeons,
London, by a vote of 21 to 2, pass
ed a resolution censuring Dr. Mac
kenzie for publishing his book on
tho case of the late Emperor Fred
oriel:. The American ball players left
Adelaide, Jan. 10th for Colombo.
After a game there they propose to
play in Calcutta and other points in
India; in Cairo and Alexandria, in
F.gypl; Home, Monte Carlo, Vienna,
Paris and ns many points in Fug
land and Ireland as possible. Tho
parly expect to arrive in New York
about the latter end of April.
A despatch from January 10th
says : There is little doubt now that
the mucli-talkcd-of Australian-Canadian
Pacific cable, which was to con
nect India, Australia and Great
Britain via the Canadian route, has
lizzled out. Advices from England
stale that the exposure of Sir John
Pender, chairman of the Eastern,
Australasia and China cable com
panics, the Pacific Cable has become
a dead letter.
A DOC'S DEVOTION TO ITS
A touching example of
devotion lo us master was seen in
Salem, Mass., one day recently.
John Gynan, a bachelor, commit
ted suicide by hanging. Tho police
were notified and came to rcmorc
the body. An immense Newfound
land dog, the only companion of the
suicide, was on guard lying benoath
the body and trying to lcvivo his
master by licking his shoes. While
the policemen were cutting the
dead man down the dog stood by
with hi3 eyes riveted on his master,
but the moment they tried to re
move the body he became ferocious.
lie bit men until they were glad lo
beat a retreat. Then he caressed
the dead man's face, whining pitc
oilsly the while. Tho police tried to
coax him away, but he showed his
teeth every time they approached,
and his snvago growl warned them
lo keep their distance. The block
ado continued for over an hour.
Then ono policeman lircd two shots
at the faithful brute. The dog
plunged down the stairs to the door
and again blocked the way. snap
ping at all who approached. He
became so rabid that it became ab
solutely necessary to kill him.
Fourteen bullets were fired at close
range before ho fell dead. Then the
dead body of the master was carried
over the inanimate form of the pet
dog. Philadelphia Times.
Xotli.es untler til html arc charged 10 cents
per liimor the first insertion, and 6 cents per line
eccru tutditlontU insertion.
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
Fine Bred Pigs
y. llcikslilrc and Vo
l.ind; 2 months old ; only
8 left; !?10 each or U for
$25 Apply to
Y It. SEA.L.
YKItY Choice Ited Skin Potatoes, in
lota lo biiU, lor sale cheap to close
J. E. JJKOWN & CO
. II SING nets for
me nilcr full
V powvi ol allot noy
n all mnileif
or htisiiKi.sH. LEK l'AU.
Honolulu, .Inn. in, lsyu WJ
XX answer to several eiiqnliles eon
(criilng Whalu Ilo.it l'laiiies, we
have now lu e. urso of coiistrui'tlon,
!l Whale lloat Kniuies 74 feel by !W feet
long. 'riieo frames am bent in ouo
piece of o.ilc, and held to Miupo, thus
K-iiuli'lng Utile tact to ml them up and
build. The full frame for Mich boats,
Including cants, If. Bccllnus lu miiulici,
N Mild ai S'.'s; with hiiguMi'iin) on Keel,
mid ready to plank f to. They aio not
liiluiuh'd lo be clinker built, nor as the
fiall impiutcd whale boats juopur, hut
hid intended for lough iirtt and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for IWiliig uiul
Hading puipuM. Wo ha expoited
Ihuo lrauie niiit Iuteiii doing mi, and
iiinlio Ibis offer to iiiuali'iii'n mid olhcrs
ih'klroui. of tiliig Ihi'lr liuiul, with
plenty of leimiin mid Miiall eanh to iiiuKe
a htohins. Will bmul (imiium to nny
uUiii iiioilul fi out 0 to 'jr, tun', Alio on
hand for ,ile Smfand I'lfiiiine lloaU,
Kluno, ICnntis and TIidImuv, Mutual
Tulvnliuiiu .No il'W.
TO If Haul iliillder.
Xmw or Now Yonv'n Prooont
Hjikiiiunii, AiiuuUiiiil Wihavu it
f-Ulllltlu l.lnv ul
Willie S m Home mu Wifljln.es,
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IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,
Jnuunry UOth A Hint.
Or, Bunthorne's Bride
.lXlictlc Opera by W. B. Gilbert
mid Aithnr Hallivnn.
Complete with Full Chorus
Deors Open at 7 :30-XEfflCOCommcnco at 3
xxticji(i uu tjbua.:l..
Ilov office will open at J. E. Hi own &
Co.'s on Mondny, Jan. 23th, nl 0 a. m.
83f-Pooks of Words of the Opera will
be Eold In tlio fliealre at 10 cents a copy.
Will arrivo on tlio barkentine "Mary
Winkclmnn" and will exhibit
under a lame tent.
The Great $10,000 Troupe
Mons. BUSIINELL, the proprietor, late
of I. T. Harmon's Great Show on carlli,
will bavu the pleasure of performing
before the citizens for a limited bcason.
WHKKKAS, W. S. Luce, of Hono.
lulu, luis thisriny made an assign
ment of all his property to the uniler
eigued, for the benefit of his creditors,
notice is hereby given to all panics
owinp biid S S. I.uce to make imnie.
diiite payment, and any persons having
claims against W. S. Luce uio requested
to present them at once at the olUce of
W. S. Luce, Merchant street, Honolulu.
.1. V. 11AOKFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. lo, 183S. litl lm
Emma Htrect, oimniilo
Emma Square. Apph to
.T. JL VIVAS,
42 Merchant street.
FOIt SALE or LEASK
CO'ITAOK lately ocni.
pled hy Mr. Uarnev Or-
ilunstein, siliiale on Kiiuna
btreet, tieluc-vn the mansions nt 1 Ion .
O. It. Bishop, James Campbell mid :. 15,
Dole, near Einnia Square. No piano
untiled, no dust, no taro patches Only
a few minutes walk to the new site for
the Central Union Chinch. No liuinway
ciii wanted Apply to
E. S. CUNilA,
I4S tf Union Saloon.
FOR SALE or LEASE
1. donee of
; and I test
Mr. E. II.
Thumns. corner Kiiiitu and
I'iiuol Hired, cominnnilH ax uulnter.
riiplcl view of the Mahilcl, l'alnlo und
M'kiina V.OIeys, and !) inlmilcs walk to
the tru incurs on Khii; sticet. 'l'he iniilii
bnllilln;; Is plastered uiul liar.l IhiUlud
Insldii lhroughout. The building Is 2.
ktory with double parlor, dluiiig loom,
ultln room, -I Icihooiiid (up htuiis),
lidili loom ami meiy (mivuDicace, de.
laehid conk Iiouhi mid pautiy, btutile
and nui.liulliliiii;-eniupleiu; fn.iriigelo
Pilkoi slreei -100 feel, lo l' iiMiool.iMieit
i!) feel, and in Kiuau Mrett ii'iout ISO
feel, tlio eimiuilH are ule.-ly lull out.
Initiation l,t)UI leitl pip. un. I '.'(J fiu.O'ls,
IiiHiicmloii hiiv day.
eulurs al tht) ollicu i
inn Kit Oilo Mr. A.
I. C .iwileht
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wfSh- tiwmt en linvu kninu
by iiinvhiii prupirty mid pi) i-y
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llylu n nvkiitiuliip will lm fJ'Uwh
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A NEW ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR IN TO-MOItRO W'S
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DEGJ-1ST Sc OOIWCJ?A.TS"Y".
WE IIAVM RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy M SuitaMe for the Holiday Season
Satin Tiiblc Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
I ,:n-- OnrUiIiiM, Hlampotl TtaioM, tiliau JIukn, J2to.
Full Line ol Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Fon-Pons, Etc.
Wo call particular attention to our fine selection in
Min-ii Clolifor Gnu, Yols & Him!
l'urnishing Goods, Trunks, ValiscB,
llata ct Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very lino in
I 0 'Minnnn Tlnnn fllinnn
y luiyij j)uuib, onutjii a mwwm a mm
(.'all on uu beforo
C3VMi-a, E. 0. Rowo's boautiful work
sroicr sa'itiaisx, iioxoLUiiU.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
A l Lower I'rlccs than ever
P-HARDWARE, PLOWS &
Novolllrw uiul luuoy
IlIKO loikvn in Inform my filnuK on')
p:il,llti, Unit Intkiuil Umvini; the
klliKiImn "u the Uih Knliruury, to h
uliH'iii until Oeioinr, und ilmt I will
cluiti my onion on the Hili of Fuliruury,
M. JJ. IIHIISHMAN, Dmitlu. '
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