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MONDAY, JAN. 28, 1889.
Stmr Mikaludafioni ICaual
Stmr Like ike from Maul
Schr Wntcliu for Kauai
Btmr Kaala for alalunaml Walantie t
9 a in
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p tn
Bk Forest Queen for Sau Fiaueiseo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlkahala for Knuui at 5 p m
Stmr Llkcllkc for Maui and waj ports
at 0 m
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkaliala, Jan
27 Mrs A Oopp, Mrs Cooke, li A
Alyre aud son, Misses Clara and Emily
Dole, Musters Alfred aud Ohm Its Dole,
J Kakina, Hon J I Uowsett, jr. K Gcrke,
J Taylor, Dr J 1C smith, I) McKay, aud
Froln Maid per stmr Llkclike, Jan 27
Hon S M Damon, Mrs Luce, Mr Clif
ford, Mis Center, .Mrs Anderson, is
Osbourne, Miss 'icily. Hon 1 X Makce,
i Loulsson, Miss .lulia Peahu, llou II
3 Baldwin, C Notley, jr, .lohn Kaluma,
Hon John Kieliaidsou, S F Chilling
worth, S G Wilder, J V Kalua, aud 21
- The schooner J U Ford arrived n Kn
hulul, Maui, la t Wednesday, Jim '.3d,
11 days from San FrancUco with gen
eral tnerchaudl e. he will load sugar
ior San 1 rinc seo this week.
The bilgautiiie Uoiisuclo, Capt c
Alllstet, rriveil at . ahului, Maui, Sun
day, 20th Inst, 12 days irom San Fran
cisco. She was towed o t again at
about midnight on Satuiday, Juu 2Gth,
with a full eaigo of sugai for San Fran
btmr W G Hall will be due to-morrow.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PART I.
March Emperor William Berger
Overture Festival 1 aust
Waltz. .La Gitana Huecalossl
Medley German Songs.. ..Seidenghuu
Ala Hiki Mai, Ipo Lauae.
Gavotte Welcome KhiiS
.Ballad La Paloma (by request) ..ltivas
.Galop Vivat Zikoff
The Watch on the Rhine.
On the 30th inst., the Chinese
New Year, Mr. and Mrs. U. Afong
will hold a reception between the
hours of 8 and 11 p. m., at their
home on Nuuanu avenue, when they
will be happy to welcome their
riends, to whom this invitation is
juot cordially extended.
To-morrow evening our local ama
teurs will give tc first performance
of Gilbert and s''JHvan's aesthetic
opera Patience with tull orchestra.
The box plan opened il morning
at 9 o'clock and judging frm the
sale of seats there will be a '-'rowded
Another performance will be giiven
Thursday evening the box plau open
ing Wednesday morning at the store
of J. E. Brown & Co., Merchant
THE ARION'S CONCERT.
The concert on Saturday evening
at the hall of the Honolulu Arion
Society in honor of the birthday an
niversary of Emperor William II of
Germany, was a most successful af
fair. The Royal Hawaiian band was
stationed outside the building and
played tho programme as published
in Saturday's Bulletin in an excel
lent manner. The interior of the
hall was beautifully decorated. The
attendance was largo anil after the
progi amine was concluded, refresh
ments were servi d, the balance of
the evening being spent in social
Cant. Edw. Hopkins, who has
been a very ellicient member of the
Honolulu police force lor a long
time past, will assume tho duties of
Deputy Sheriff for the district of
Ewa, on February 1st.
Mr. W. I Lovo will shoitiy as
sume a position iu the Honolulu
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson has
retired to "Manilla Lanai" Mr. H.
F. Poor's sea-side pluce at Kaplu
lani Park, where ho will probably
remain some timo in quiet in order
to complete some of the literal y
work he lias undertaken. e are
informed privately however, that it
is tho intention of Mr. and Mrs.
Stevenson after this week to be "at
home" on Wednesday afternoons
from 2 to 5 p. m.
UEFOHU OIOKCHTOK, J.
Monday, Jan. 28.
Trustees Bishop estate vs. Kula.
Ejectment. Tried before a mixed
jury. Paul Neumann and J. l
Kaulukou for plaintiffs ; U. Cieigh
ton and S. K. Kane for dcfcmlant.
.Still on trial.
' Alt' -
Patiexce to-iuorrow night.
A jAPASfi6E cook is advertised for.
The steamship Australia will leave'
San Francisco to-morrow, for Hono
Tun Forest Queen took, a mail to
Snn. Francisco to-day consisting of
Tun Bulletin' Weekly Summary
will bo out to-morrow morning. It
will be a splendid number.
The trams were well patronized to
Waikiki yesterday. Read the timo
table in another column.
Tim Hawaiian Band will give a
concert at Emma Square this even
ing, commencing at 7 :30 o'clock,
The final rehearsal of Patience
will tako place this evening. No
spectators will bo allowed in the
Tickets for the excursion to Pearl
haibor on Wednesday can be obtain
ed to-monow at the olllce of J. K.
Biown & Co.
A uitlCK building is to be buill
corner of Meichaiit and Nuuanu
btreels, in place of the wooden one
recently taken down.
Those hydrants on Alakea street
bide walk were being removed to-day,
to places where they will not endan
ger the limbs of pedestrians.
Company B, Honolulu ltifles, will
drill this evening instead of Tuesday,
so us to allow its members to attend
thu performance of Patience.
The Diplomatic and Consular Sags
were Hying to-day in honor of the
thirtieth' birthday anniversary of
Emperor William II of Germany.
Tm: steamer C. It. Bit-hop has just
made thu quickest trip on record
from Waianae to Honolulu, doing
thu dibtance in 2 hours uud 32 min
utes. On Saturday, Lieut. Ashe, of H.
B. M. S. Hyacinth, made 89 points
out of a possible 100, at the 500 and
GOO yards, firing 10 shot at each dis
tance. If Attornoy-Afhford had not made
n mitts at the GOO yards range on
Satuiday, he would now haAe been
b)Hii ting the Hyacinth Cup on his
A match game of baseball will be
played next Saturday at the Makiki
Recreation grounds, between the
Mystic baseball club and a nine from
the U. S. S. Alert.
Next Monday Mr. J. F. Morgan
will hold an important sale of leases
of lands on Ouhu, Maui, Lauai and
Hawaii, by order of the trustees of
His Majesty's estate.
The box plan for the sale of seats
for the performance of Patianee on
Thursday evening, opens on Wednes
day morninc at 9 o'clock attheotlice
of J. E. Brown fc Co.
The repaiiing of School street
bridge, or rather the rebuilding of the
bridge, is approaching completion,
and will probably be near to an ond
by the end of this week.
A public reception will be held on
Thursday next at 3 o'clock p. m., at
thu Lunalilo Home, it being tho an
niveisary of tho birth of William C.
Lunulilo. The public are invited.
At Mr. Levey's auction room this
noon the lease "of the lands and fish
eries of tho nhupuaa of Hanalei,
Kauai, was sold for jJ,230 to a native
liui of Hanalei. Tiu lease had form
erly been sold for $150,
Just as the Rov. H. II. Gowen was
about to open the temperance meet
ing for men in Brewer's block, Satur
day ovening, the alarm of fire rang,
causing a general btampedo among
thoee piescnt. The meeting was
Tiieui: was aciowdcd congregation
nt ICtumukiipili Church Sunday
evening. The Rev. Oliver P. Emer
son delivered an addrets which was
attentively listened to. Although
Mr. Emerson has been away from
the islands about twenty years
he ypoko in Hawaiian in a most
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
uuuu cuuucri. ui ciuum oiiuuic,
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at G:30 and 7:15.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
F., at 7:30.
Meeting Co. B Honolulu Rifles,
Lodge Lo Progtess do 1'Oceauie
No. 121, A. F. and A. M., at 7:30.
Performance by BushtiolPstiained
amiiiahi, at 8 o'clock, at Nicol's
St, Andrew's Sowing Society at
2 p. m.
Performance of "Patience" at tho
Hawaiian Opcia Huse, at 8 p. m.
THE BUSHHELL SHOW.
There was a very good attendance
at the matinee performance Satur
day afternoon, by tho Bushneil
trained animal and variety show,
Another good audience was present
in the evening and tho performance
gave satisfaction. This evening the
tioupe will appear again at 8
IF YOU WANT A SERVANT
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On Saturday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, lite was seen in n two story
building, corner of King and Ke
knulike streets. It stinted in the
upper story, Ilia flames boon coiu
municnting to the roof, and spi end
ing with rapidity, illuminating the
sky so that the reflection could be
seen a long way off. Soon after thu
lite was discovered, an alarm was
turned in, and the fire increasing a
second alarm wns rung. Tho de
partment responded quickly, the
Volunteer boys of Engine Company
No. 2 getting on a stream first from
a hydrant nt the corner of Manna
ken and Hotel streets. No. 2 Engine
was albo quickly on the spot uud
soon had two streams on, which did
effective work. Engines No. 1 and
No. 4 also lost no lime in reaching
In the meantime the fire was ain
ing headway, and as all the build
ing's in tho block whcie the tire
commenced aic of wood, it h ked
as if the hole block was doomed
to destitution. However when the
dcpai Uncut got fairly to work it was
seen that it would not tuke long to
get the fire under conttol. About
ten minutes past 8 o'clock this was
accomplished, but the lire wa9 not
completely out until nearly 9 o'clock
The members of the Hie department
worked hard and it is to their effoits
that the fire wus so quickly got un
An immense number of people
turned out to see the lire, an 1 the
scene in the vicinity was a lively
one. The building at the cm tier
was almost entirely destroyed, onl
the chaired frame remaining The
upper story of the adjoining build
ing on King street wa-. loinpleteh
burned. The building on Ivekuulike
street next to the burned one is
somewhat damaged by fire. These
two latter were owned by Ah Sing,
cook on the steamer Kinau. He has
insurance iu the Sun Fire Ofllce on
the several buildings for 2,000. It
is also stated tlnjt some of the build
ings in rear which were only charred
weie insured, but owing to Ah Hint;
being away on the Kinau, nothing
is definitely known. The one at the
corner was rented by Ah Wong Kee
and used as a fruit store. On the
first floor were four looms, one of
which was occupied by an aged
Chinaman, Lohiau. He was sick and
perished in the fire, his charred body
being found on a mat on tho flour
after the fire. A number of Chinese
and Ilawaiians rented the rooms on
the second floor and some of them
lost everything. The building on
King stieet damaged in tho upper
story is insured in thu Trans-Atlantic
Ofllce for $750 by Tuck Lung
Chung, the owner.
So far the origin of the fire is un
known. Fire Marshal White lute
made a thorough investigation (f
the promises, and is fully of die
opinion that the lire was started by
a kerosene lump, as immediately aftei
the lire was discovered kernsi ne o 1
was seen dripping f i om the seeonii
story of the corner building by Ue-put3'-Marbhal
Hopkins. A native
and his wife have been held on
suspicion. They had been living in
one of the upstairs rooms where the
The cables of the Mutual Tele
phone Company which run on that
side of tl)c street were destroyed.
Men were at work on Sunday mak
ing repaiis. A number of thieves
were around carrying off anything
they could lay their hands on.
Several arrests were made.
After the fire an inquest was held
before Deputy Marshal Hopkins one
of tho coroners for the Ulaud, upon
the body of Lohiau, lio polished
in the flames. The following j.irj
wasswiiiri: U. L. Blamhurd, Uci .
Barker, G. Cut lis, Joi-eph Claike,
Elvert Oben and James Greg-ny.
The following evidence was tnkin:
Kauunui Aianaf w Worn stated : I
was at the Chinese Theatre iu our
room braiding. My hi other uas
attending to a baby, my husband
was in the Theatre. A Chinaman
came in and said fire, lire! I did
not hear the alarm. I went out and
looked and supposed tlie liie w.m at,
Maunakea coiner. I tan up then
and tried to get in where tlie body ot
my father was lying, hut could i.ot
on account pf the tii e. I did mi
see my father at all. My brother
followed inc. My fathor was an old
man. When I appioached, the lane
was one mass of flames, lhe bin y
lay iu our bedroom on a mat on the
floor. Mv fatht-r does not smoke
opium. He drinks very little. He
has been sick the last two days. I
do not know old my father is. My
husband is Aiua. .My father wa
not so sick but that he could walk.
Saw hjm lust about 5 o'clock, and
my brother saw iiiu at 0 o'clock.
Yee Moon swoiu slated; 1 am
stew aid of Etiuinu Co. No. o,
Know Lohiau, ho is an old man,
Was at my room in the Lngine
House. Do not know the time 1
heard the alarm of (he. Pulled my
hose cait out, then called the mem
bers to take the engine out. Thu
hose was taken first. Do not know
anything about the fire. Fiist saw
the JJre about the middle of tlm
building where the body was found.
Nolk-ed the fiio up Maira uiduy,
After I had pulled my engine out
I went dowu to get Aiua ( .), nut
her in her own toom at the Cuiiuso
TlieatM and she camo with me. I
,A. -. r -, M elK.i1liMlM4rtHWW
VI . be ivliei -.as lpad..)Vhen
noiiui.'M it ihu i l.ne of the" "(Ire
lit1 p ili' e diow us off. 1 then got
Mr. N bite to go to the place where
the body was. There is a store at
the Corner of King and New streets,
then comei the building where tho
body Lohiau wus found. 1 do not
know whether Lohinu uses opium or
hqwr. I was mixed up and knew
ii tl ing a' the time.
Ainu (v h.)sworn stated : Lohiau,
deci.ibtd was my father-in-law. 1
ft, married to his daughter about
'! 3 ears ago. Lo liau was about 88
years of uge. 1 saw him about two
days ago, do not know that ho had
onemies. He was very weak, if he
walked had to use two sticks. He
was very deaf. I live at Chinese
Mahoe Lohiau sworn stated : I am
ason of Lohiau, am fifteen years
o'd. Saw my father last at G o'clock,
lie was the same as usual. He told
me to gi'l him boine coffee which I
did and fed him. He was lying on
the floor with his head towards Ewa.
My father was very weak ; he is able
at times to get up. Hie sickness is
ti cough, and he very deaf.
The jury after deliberat'on return
ed n verdict "thai Lohiau came to
his dentil through suffocation from
Miiuke at the lire on King street on
the night of January 2G, 1889."
On Saturday, the two events,
Hyacinth Cup and.Midrangc Cham
pionship badge, left over from New
Year's Mdav were shot off at the
range of the Hawaiian Rifle Associa
tion. The weather was fine and the
hooling good. Following is the
C. B. Wilson
1 3 1
4 3 3
yaids: -15 4 5 4 4
yards: 0 5 5 5 3 5
yaids: .15 3 5 4 4
200 yards: 4 4 4 4 4 5
500 vards: 3 3 3 4 5 2
GOO yards: 3 3 5 5 5 5
200 v.uds: 5 5 3 5 4
500 yards: 4 5 5 5 4
G00 yaids: 4 2 4 3 3
200 yuidb: 4 4 4
500 yards : 4 4 4
COO yards: 5 4
200 yards: 4 4
500 yards: 4 5
0 5 3
5 4 4
4 5 4
GOO yards: 4 2 3 0 5 2
Lieut. Hamilton, 75; J.
07 ; C. Hustaco, Jr., 07 ; J
JlIDItANUE CHAJiriONSHIP BADOE.
500 ydb :5 5 3 4 4 5 5 4 5 515
GOO yds:2 5 5 5 4 5 5 3 5 51489
Chas. 11. Wilson
500 yds :5 5 4 3 4 4 3 5 5 513
GOO yds :5 3555254 4 412
500 yds :3 4 5 4 4 4 5 4 4 340
GOq vds :4 3 4 4 5 4 3 5 3 54080
500 vd :5 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 3 543
GOO ydr :4 3 4 0 3 3 4 5 5 3 31
. lliiftiieo, jr.
500 d :5 2 4 4 5 4 4 4 5 512
GOO ydrt:2 3 3 2 2 0 5 3 2426
F. 11 llhtltCC
500 yds :5 4 4 5 5 4 4 5 4 515
GOO yds : itlidiew after four shots.
J. W. l'nitt
500 yds:5 4 3 545 54 5 5 45
GOO vds : Withdrew after three shots.
.7. 11. Fibber, 500 yurds, 38; and
C. W. Abhford, 500 yards, 35, also
witlidiow at GOO yards.
A man named Life has been ap
pointed Postmaster of a Virginia
town. It is about time to put some
life into the Postal Service.
Four tilings come not back the
spoken word, the spent arrow, the
past life, the neglected opportunity.
The man or woman with agree
able mauuurs will make headway
in the fnee of the .vorst difllcullics.
He who, meeting a pleasant tempt
ation, t-topa to shake hands with it,
will genurallyend by going with it
wheiever it chouses to lead him.
IMMEDIATELY a Japanese Cook
for. 1 small family. Apply at Bul
letin Onice. 168 at
lTUU D Y tho 31st of .lannaiy,
belli'' tlie Anulveisary of thu birth
of Wl Ham . Liundilo, a Public Itc
ccpiiou will be held at Lunalilo Home
nt 3 i' m . on that day. Tho piddle, arc
' WILLI M Q. -.M1TI1,
For th Trustees.
Honolulu, Jan. 28, 1889. 168 3t
JIOSITION" tis I'limigucsc Luna or
l uii v o 1it kind of work, br a rami
of ixp n 11 e
J M. V1VA3,
I.' J. icli'tui Bireiji.
beeond hand Four
eeod ami strong with
.ulu mid Luukr; rapacity at lent 1000
h-. Apply at iilllcn of Kd. Fit U'arhUe.
tei & l o.."i n Moiulny, J.m. 2Jt!i, 1 .ri 3t
A. M. HEWETT,
HMjp'iis re I'lviil mil fMlI',"li v,',, e'
d liu ti" .inr" i a- ed "''d -eueral
ipi'ii. -ii.. .ii'df ln't -it Uii".
. i;. A It.i' .lif., pile. Q'lU'll flieet
I H n itu pviaiixl uiteiuiou ami duii.
lnetiviu guaranteed. 162 lni
iwm i pit nnwoKT'inw nn ! m m w- - -- -- -j , - ii -.
flrtiat Trained Animal I " W
Novelty Show I
Lste of P. T. B irnum'H tlrent Show, Nc w
Tork, U. S.
Nical's BW, Fort Slmt,
Under the Ursnit Water-proof
Will Exhibit for a Short Season Only.
Commencing JanuAry 25th, and
Ocner.nl Admhtdon 50c
Reserved Seats (1 00
Matlncc -j utul GOc
IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,
January 30th aiat.
Or, Bunthorne's Bride !
Bathetic Opern by W. 8. Ctllbcrt
nuil Arthur HnlllTun.
Complete with Full Chorus
Doors Opin at 7 :30-8Commcnco at 8
Uox ofllce will open nt J E. Ilrown &
Co 'i on Monday, Jan 2Stli, at 9 a. m.
JCQ7ooks of Words of tho Opera will
be bold in tho Theatre at lOccnUii cony.
The First Operatic Concert
Of the above Cg-npany will take
place in the
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, Feb. 7th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M.
I'lotOTT'n Charming Opera In 1'our
Or, The Mart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES !
ISSrilctwccn ench Act, Plnno Kecitnl
by M. Ollert, aud Violin SolobyHerr
Tickets ofO nifihts, as
ar.oo, ao.oo &. 9.1.00
Now on sale at tlie ofllce of J. E.
i:Cii., 38 Merchant Mfno't.
Emum Btreet, uppoito
iiuiraa h-quaie. Appl to
J. M. VIVAS,
42 Merchant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
Cul'iAGE lately ocru.
pied by Mr. Bum ey Or.
denMcln. situate on Emm
"treel, between dm muii-duim of Mmvk
C. It, KUhop, Juiiiph ' ampb 11 mi 1 S H
Uole, near Eiumii Bqu to pi no
w&ulcl, no dur, no turn p -- n (J
u few lldllUtfS lk to lll'J ),u 1-1'
the Crnintl Ualou Chun !i. No nam a
eura wanted. Auph lo
E. ti. CUNHA,
148 tf Union ."iiil'inn.
FOR SALE or LEASE
rnUK Dw.lint' and littl.
JL dtuee of Mr. E. 11.
Tliomns, corner Kiimu and
t'nkol direct , rommniKtH a nninter.
riiiiol view of (lie MtklM, l'idoo ami
ilniina y.illeyB, anil ii inimitin walk tn
tliu tMiii(iiir on l(uir stieet. Tlie midii
bullilnuls lds ertd and Lnri fhiUhtd
Inside tlnougliDut. Thu builtllug '1.
alnry wltli doulilo parlor, dlnlug loom,
ltllng room, 4 bedromnH (up BlalrO,
bath room ami every onuii!cnee, de
tached rook house and piinliy, fttatilu
n'il ouUhuildinKuiiinpleiii; fnmtage to
I'liUnl street 400 fict, to IVnsi.eoln street
JIKI feet, and to Kinau ft,reet almut 180
foot, the grounds aru nlotly laid out,
iirlgation 4,0'X) tcut pips anil 10 fuuci in.
Inspection Miy day. 1'urtlitr parti,
eiilurn in lb" oiln c lit
E. . THOMAS,
ICQ lot Mr tn Mr A '. 0 .nwriglit.
ti- YOU FIND ANYTHING.
JL adTortiis U la Urn Daux Hvllatib.
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CORNER 1IOTEL &
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
at tlm Lowest BeM Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
Warranted Fast. jtf$
PltlOES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment !
AT A GREAT
"Watch for tho elaborate announcement of New
101) FOltT ISTKKKT. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Acents for P. Lorillard it Co.'s Tobaccos, &. W. S. Kimball &. Co.'n
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
I UFO leavr to inform my frinids and
p ill u s, that I Intend leaving the
klugdi iu mi tlie Hill Kul ruary, to be
absent until Oc b r, and dim I will
tlode iny otficu on the 8th of February.
M. i:. OUUoSMAN, Dentist,
llllui No. USIIottlrit.
English and German
M15-1 110LTE has opened a eelect
EuglUh uud Geriuuti School for
young children, hhe will albo give In
struction iu Qeriuuu and French, iu
classes, or In private lessons, lted
deucu uu he East sldn of MnkIM street
opposite tUo iiuwubull Qiouud
Ladies Black Hose !
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
TER & CO.,
4 UEALEHB IK-
ALL parties indebted to XT. S. Lue
on the UQlli day of September lust,
are requested to settle up their accounts
at once. V. 8. LUCE,
fly Ida attorney lu.fact. Frank llrowu.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaiabao Female Seminarj.
TKeIiif of Voice & Piano,
Is prepared to receive pupils.
llefers, by permission to leading pro.
lessors of musln in Cslifnrnis, and to
previous experience in teuthlng In tkat
tjtate. Address nt above. 140 S
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