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tXAEY BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H., In JASTUARY 2A,, JLBS
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO. -
Hackstand:, Merchant aud Fort
street. Tolcphonca, 385.
TUESDAY, JAN. 2!, 1889.
Stnn'W ailallfiom Hawaii and Mnnl
St lir Kaalokal f 1 6111 Kauai
Schr Kaullhia from Kaunl
Btmr Kaalaltom Wnt.ilua and Wnl.iime
' " DEPARTURES.
Mlknh:ila for Kauai at 5 p 111
Stmr LIUelll.c foi-Mnui and way pott's
at 5 p ni
Schr Kaukcaoult for Kcannc
'"" SHIPPING NOTES.
Tbe sclir' KiuiikeaoiiU departed for
Kc'anac this mottling with lumber for
tho ncwvUovcimuuiitbchool bouse to be
built in that disti let.
LUDEWIG In.JIonolulu. January 28,
- 1889, to tlio wife of Herman Judc
""BHINESE NEW YEAR.
To-morrow will be Cbincae New
Year, the creat holiday atuoncr the
Chinesd. A reception will be held
in the hall., of (he United Chinese
Society, King sticet, between the
hours of IP a. tn. and l'p ni. The
Hawaiian llandwjJl P'ay there fioin
10 to 11 a. in.
.. Ju the. evening Sir. and. Mrs. C.
Afong will hold a reception between
the hours of 8 and 11 p. 111., at their
home on Nuuanti avenue, when they
will be happy to welcome their
friends, to whom this invitation is
most cordially extended. The Ha
waiian Band will-be in attendance.
A PRISONER ESCAPES AND RE
TURNS. Mikalcma, a native prisoner, es
caped from the piison gang at work
on the wharf yesterday aftcinoon.
Captain Staples was at once notified
and went in search of the fellow.
About 7 o'clock in the evening the
prisoner was found in a two btory
house near the Mutual Telephone
building. He had changed his
prison clothes and upon being asked
where they were, said in an adjoin
ing room. Cnpt. Staples went with
him to got them when, upon opening
the door, Mikalcmi bolted. The
Captain went after him, but Mika-
Jeoii was loo quick and got away.
Capt, Staples in giving chase knock
ed over 'a big fat wahine and nearly
demolished a fence. Returning to
"the jail about on hour .later, Capt.
k Staples fourid that MiKnlemi had
given himself up, because as he
said, he go frightened.'
SUPREME QOURT-rJAN. TERM.
JirifOCB THCKEIITON, J.
, - Monday,. Jan., 28.
Trustees Bishop Estate vs. Kala
and otheis. Ejectment. Neumann
and Kaulukou for plaintiffs ; Creigh-
ton and Kane for defendants. I na
nimous verdict for defendants.
Tuesday, Jan. 29.
Frank Joliva vs. J. L. Kaulukou.
Assumpsit for 8120. Appeal by de
fendant from Police Court, Hono
lulu. Being tried before o mijfcd
jjiry, ,C. Crcighton for plaintiff;
A. Rosa for defendant.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
BEFORE ll'CULLY, J.
Monday, Jan. 28.
Estate (J. II. Rose, deceased. Or
dered that the accounts filed by the
administrators of the late S. G.
Wilder, late administrator estate C.
JL .Eoso and guardian of the minor
" children, he approved and the sure
tics 011 bund be discharged. The
late S. G. Wilder was guardian of
Kate, Minnie and Charles II, Hose,
minor children of the late C. II.
Rose, formerly in tho employ of
Wilder & G. Kate is now of age.
vThe Court appointed Sam'l B. Rose
as guardian of the romaining two,
who aro still in their minority, un
der bond of 82,000. The accounts
showed balances in favor of as fol
lows: To Kate Hose $015.29 j to
Minnie Hose, S887.02 ; to Charles
II. Robe, 8862. 75.
'BKl'OKE POMClt JUSTICE FOSTER.
Mondat, Janiijuy 28.
Seventeen drunks were eitlier fin
ed or forfeited bail.
.A nolle pros was entered against
John Edwards, charged with as
sault and battery.
M. Kealakai forfeited hail of $10
Jot disturbing quiet pf tho night.
rhreo cases of larceny were con
tinued. Jamc3 McLanc charged with Ro
tating Chapter 41, Secliou 25, Ses
uionLawsof 1888, was remanded
to the 211th.
Tuesday, Jan. 20,
Ahau charged with having opium
in possession waB remanded to Feb.
A nolle pros was entered against
Atai charged with larceny of Chi
Several other cases w ere further
LODAL & DEHERAL NEWS.
Tub Bulletin Weekly Summary
kopt very busy.
the piano tuner, is
Not a Miiglo drunk
Court this moining.
in the Police
Iv you hae a cold,
scotch will cure it.
Cmcr Justice Judd presides at
Chambers this week.
11 1: sure and cce Lady Jano in
Patience this evening.
Tiik Amelia took a small mail to
San Francisco this morning.
"Tiik ICaw'aialiao female Seminary
is to hac a liro escape system.
Tub yaoht Nynnrn Bails for San
Francisco nest Wednesday"" after
noon. Mn. J. Staples is now pursei of tho
steamer Iwuluni, in place of V. 11.
Mil. A. J. Cartwright -Uj.iuohiij;
into his new office on M delimit
KonEKT Koa, 11 promising pupil of
the Royal -School, died this morning,
The Hawaiian Band will play at
the reception at Imnalilo Home,
Thursday afternoon. -
A hydrant IB being placed in posi
tion on the sidewalk 111 front of Dr.
It is reported that Mr. T. A. Lloyd
is no longer road supenisor for the
island of Oahu, outside wtho district
A dj,taciimi:nt of sailors and ma
lincB from the U S. S. Alert was on
shord this morning, for the purpose
A I'Aiu of gents shocs-weio found
on Fort street yesterday, and
are now at the olllce of the Ice
"Woiks awaiting an answer.
A notice, appears elsewheie to the
effect tli.U on and aftei tlit 9th of
Pobiu.iiy, the steamer Likelike will
discontinue calling at ICnunaUakai,
Lieut. Douglas Hamilton, of II. B.
M. S. Hyacinth, and the Messrs.
Burch.udt, left on the Mokolii ona
huutiiig expedition to Molokui last
The icgular quarteily meeting of
the Tiustees of tho Planters' I.aboi
and Supply Company wai held this
inmning, when immigration matteit.
His "Excellency Jona. Austin, Min
ister of Foreign Allaire, visited 11. I!.
M. S. Conquest this morning, and
also the U. S. S. Alert. A Milutc was
fired on his boarding the Conquest.
There was a good audience at the
band concert, at Emma Square last
evening. Robert Kapua directed
in place of Bandmastei Berger, who
was .engaged at tho rehearsal of
Patience at the Opera Hoiibe.
The Road Supenisor has a biuiad
of mdn at work straightening and
widening King sticet, neai the Soap
Works, where the eca.ition was re
cently mado. fl'he woik is being done
on the lower side of tho street.
The steamei Ewa leases on an ex
cursion to Fcail harbor to-monow
morning at 8:IJ0 o'clock. Fcrsons
desirous of making the trip can ob
tain tjejeets at 1I10 office of J. E.
Brown & Co., between 7:30 and 8:15
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Performance by Bushnell's trained
animals, at 8 o'clock, at Nicol's
Performance of "Patience" at the
Hawaiian Opei a House, at 8 p. 111.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. 0. Pf
Services at the churches at 7
Opening of box plan at 9 a.
at ollleoof J. E. Brown & Co.,
Thursday's performance of Patience.
Reception nt United Chinese So
ciety hall, from 11 o'clock a. in. to
1 p. in., and at residence of C.
Afong fiom 8 to 11 p. in.
The steamer Kaala arrived in port
this morning at 10 o'clock in tow of
the tug Elcu. When off Waialua
las,t evening the piston rod of the
circulating pump broke, and tlip tug
was Bent to her lelief. Repairs will
be effected to-day and the steamer
will leave for her destination to
morrow. THE REASON WHY.
The electiio light went out sud
denly Sunday night becauso a joint
blow oitt In the pipes above the elec
tric light station. It is said that the
water being turned off too quickly
caused thu damage. Repairs havo
been effected and there will be
plenty of light to-night.
The Tramways Company will run
special cars this evening to accom
modate those who nttend the per
formance at the Opera House. An
extra car will leave Waikiki at 7:05,
corner of Bctetania and Puuahou
streets at 7 :20, and the Rifle range
at 7:25. Cars n III await tho con
clusion of tho performance on the
Early last Friday morning Mr. R.
Joy Greene was awoke fiom his
slumbers by a noise in tho vicinity
of his chicken house. He jot up
and opening the window blinds sud
donly,saw n well-dressed Chinaman
leaving the chicken house with
something that looked like a sack
under his arm. Ono chicken was
Last night thieves isitcd the re
sidence of Mr. Hamilton Johnson
and did not go away empty-handed
by any means, for Mr. Johnson i9
mourning the loss of twenty nice
chickens. He wonders they did not
take the chicken house as well.
The samo night Mr. J. P. Bow en
had a visit from chicken thieves.
The day befoie ho liod taken his
gun down town to ho Used. Dur
ing the lime it was undergoing re
pairs his chicken houso was visited.
As tho gun w as absent thcrowero no
dead Chinamen lying around the
the yard next morning.
Early Monday moining a thief
was seen loaviiig the premises of
Rev. II. Bingham. Upon examina
tion the lock on the door of the
chicken houso was found bioken,
and a hag containing chickens was
discovered in rear of the chicken
THE S. C. ALLEN.
The American bark S. 0. Allen,
which arrived last Friday, from
Newcastle, N. S. V., is now dis
charging her load of coal at the
Pacific Mail steamship whaif. She
is named after our townsman, Mr.
S. C. Allen, and is a very biiperior
vessel in every respect. The Allen
waB launched May 8, 1888, from the
ynid of tho New England Ship
Building Company, Bath, Maine.
She was towed to Bostou, and thcic
loaded for Melbourne, which poit
she reached in 93 days. After dis
charging she proceeded to Newcas
tle, N. S. W., and loaded with coal
for Honolulu. The passage was
made in 14 days. After discharg
ing her coal she will load with sugar
for San Francisco, and hereafter be
employed in the island trade for
which she was specially built. Her
owners are Ronton, Holmes & Co.
of Port Townsend, and parties in
Honolulu Messrs. Bicwer & Co.
are the agents in this city.
Tho building of the Allen was
personally superintended by Captain
Thompson, her master, who was four
yeais on the C. 0. Whitmore, and
who is well known at this poit as an
able sailing master. She is built of
hard wood, and her cabins are ele
gantly finished in ash, chciry and
black walnut. The Captain's cabin
and oljlcc are beautifully fitted up
and are separated from the other
rooms by sliding doors. Theie is
eery convenience on board, one can
think of. In the Captain's olllce is
a large medicine chest, and the
vessel is fitted with a donkey engine,
and all the latest improvements.
Her registered tonnage is o'5r tons.
The following llgures hae been
gathered from a table hy Mr.
Nicholas M. Bell, Superintend
ent of foreign mails, United States,
a. copy of which has been kindly
furnished us by Mr. J. F. Hackfeld.
The number of trips por year, the
average apparent lime, in hours,
occupied by the steamers of the
different Transatlantic Steamship
Companies in conveying the United
States mails from New York to Lon
don and Paris, and the quickest trip
made by each steamer, during the
fiscal year ended June 80, 1888, are
shown by these figures :
CUNARD LINE New York to Lon
don 'via, Qucenstown.
tlmo ner est
213.8 i!00 3
Yorkto Tyondomvia Southampton.
Travo . .
20 J. 5
ANCHOR Now York to London ia
City of Rome 7 207.0 200.2
GUION Now Yoik to London ia
Alaska :. .',:. 8 08.0 100.7
Allzouil 8 220,7 212.U
Wyoming 2 245,0 LM7.7
Wisconsin !i 235.1 252.2
WHITE STAR Now York to Lon
don via Qucenstown.
Biltaimlu ,....11 210.1 202.U
Gniimiilc.....,....ll 22,0 2ll.fl
Celtic 3 2 J 1.0 22J.U
Adilatlu 12 2a 1.7 2-M.O
Itepllhllu 3 247.1 2J2.4
to Loudon a Plymouth
2.15 1 228.0
211 1 2.17.0
212 7 221.3
to London Via.
City of Chicago. ... 2 2.JG.1 2.10.0
City of Richmond.. 4 210,5 213.1
TJ QUE Now Yoikto
l'uiis via Havre,
La Champagne. ..11 200.3
La UieUgiiu 1U 200.0
La Itoillgoguo. .,..11 201.7
LaOaSLOgue 11 205,2
LaNoinmiidie 11 228.7
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 2d coliiiiiLS, puicl) loud man r
Mailed 1 forcigu couutricn, tO per
- . OFFICIAL VISITS.
Senhor A do Souza Canovarro,
Portuguese Commissioner, Mr. Taro
Audo, Japanese Consul and Mons.
d'Anglade, Ficnch Commissioner,
visited II. B. M. S. Conquest this
morning, tho usual salutes being
flicd. Mous. Betnquct, Chancellor
of the French Legation accompanied
CAUSE OF DEFICIENCY.
The deficiency of water at the fire
on Saturday night has been ex
plained to have been caused by the
hydinnts not having been sufficiently
opened. Tho water was in the
mains at the beginning, but tho
avenues for its escape were only
partially opened. A full supply
immediately followed the complete
opening of tho hydrants.
A RlJYAL PASSENCER.
During the forenoon His Majesty
the King hailed one of the street
cars as it was passing Palace Square,
and travelled from thence to his
seasido 1 evidence at Waikiki. In
the course of the journey His Ma
jesty evinced a lively interest in
matters peitaining to the street rail
way service and was pleased to ex
press satisfaction with the condition
of the load and the running man
agement. "THE AMERICAN BIBLE."
A NAME KOU NEWSPAPERS WHICH CON
1AIX3 MORE TRUTH THAN REVERENCE.
The newspaper is often called the
American Bible. The people arc
few in intelligent communities who
do not unfold and study it con
stantly. The journal of to-day is a
mosaic of biains and news. The
public has no conception of the be
wildering work involved in its com
position ; of the sleepless vigilance
it necessitates, of tho hands it em
ploys, of the brains it takes, of the
territory its purveyors cover, or the
immense expense it entails, of the
cosmopolitan tastes it caters to, of
the system to which it has been re
duced, of the daily miracle it is.
And all for three cents a copy 1
Everybody rccogni.es its power.
The editois of the great dailies are
more really President than any oc
cupant of the White House As
Lord Brougham said in England :
"The Queen is in place, but the
House of Commons is in power."
So, whoever is in olllce, tho news
paper is in power. Journalists re
cognize this. They feel, too, that
power involves responsibility. Their
purpose is to mspiie aud guide the
community. Of course, the first
duty of a newspaper is to make
money, llns is me condition 01 us
life and influence. But after this
the aim of journalists is to form, as
well as inform, public opinion. The
great dailies are, as a rule, edited in
the interest of molality and good
government. This friend, who nl
wa3s breakfasts with you, who
never bores you, who adds in appre
ciably little to your household ex
penses, who brings you all the news
and puts you cu tapport with all the
word give him your hand and
take his advice. St. Louis Repub
lican. As a steady tonic for the amity
between Germany and Italy, Kaiser
William has ordered each regimental
band to play at least once a week
the march of the Bersaglicii and the
Italian infantry mtucli.
The French chemist who discover
ed oleomargarine has now invented
a process for treating steel by which
steel, bronze and bell metal can be
mada at fabulously low prices.
IMMEDIATELY a Japanese Cook
for a small family. Apply at Bui.
J.I.TIN Olllce. 1G8 3t
'pilURSDAY tho 31st of Jamiaiy,
JL heliii; the Auuheisary of tho birth
of William C. Limalllo, a Public Re
ception wl be heli at I,un:illo Home
at .t v. m., on that day. Tho public are
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Tor th Tiustees.
Honolulu, Jail. 28, 1880. 138 St
X POSITION hs Portuguese Lima or
any oilier kind of work, by a man
01 ei'pu luicc.
J. M. VIVAS,
42 MtrUiinl atrecl.
GEO. A. AMSDEN,
Piano and Organ Tuner and Repairer.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.'s
Slorc promptly nttiiided lo. iloth Tele,
phones No. 1110. 151 lw
A II SING acts for me
V. power of attorney in
Honolulu, Jhd. 15, 1880,
ALATlIi;, slrnllur to thu one in the
Iluwuilaii Hill Tilci)honuCo.,ueir
and In perfect older
For futtlnr parti.
culara upplj to
A. M. HEWETT,
bugurs ruu'lved and hhlpind; vessels
d Kclmrged, I'liiries pas-ocd and general
h Ipplnt work. ll orUer.i lell ul HUf.
lucu A. RoliinsouV nlllcu, Qui en street,
ulll recfivo pirbonal attention iiud smb.
f(iiMi L'liiuinmil 132 1m
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING.
JL advertise it in tho Daily Uullbtw.
Groat Trainefl Animal
Hovelty Show I
Late of P. T. Barnum Great Show, Now
York, U. S.
Nicol's Block, Fort Stout,
Winter tlm lir and Water-proof
Will Exhibit for a Short Season Only.
Commencing January 25th, nnd
General Admission 00c
Reserved Seats ft 00
Matinio. . . . 25 and 50c
IH AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,
Jnnnarr UOth A Slat.
Or, Bunthorne's Brido !
.r.BthPtlo Opera by W. H. (Hlbort
nnd Arthur Nalllinu.
Complete with Full Chorus
Doors Opon at 7 :30-BscrCommenco at 8
XMtlCJtefc-l a USO-A-l...
Uox ofllce for Thursday evening will
open nt J. E. lirown & Co.'a on Wednes.
day, Jan. 30th, at 'J a. u.
BQThe numbar of tickets for any
one purchaser, is limited to ten.
C-Books of Words of tho Opera will
be sold in tho Theatre at 10 cents n cony.
The First Operatic Concert
Of the above Conpany will take
place in the
Hawaiian Opera House
Thursday, Feb. 7th,
AT S O'CLOCK 1. 31.
FIstow'H Charnilue Opera lu Pour
Or, Tbe Mart of Richmond.
IN FULL COSTUMES
t3f lietween each Act, Piano Recital
by M. Ollcrt, and Violin Solo by Hcrr
'HekeU of 0 nights, ai
r.O(), 05.00 .fc Sl.oo
Now ou sale at the ofllce of J. E. Brown
it Co., 28 Merchant street. 157 td
Kmiim street, opposite
ni i bquuio. Apph to
42 MeicUint etrett.
FOR SALE or LEASE
COTVAUE Inte'y rc-u.
pled h Mr l uii v Or.
deiwteln, fcllin e on hiui'iu
Hlrett, between the mniil in of II a.
V. R. Iiisliop, Jarac'H ( a fphul 1
Dole, near Kmiim bp r , iNu n no
uaoud, no dust, no Uro i tches. Only
u few minutes walk to the nuw Blto for
the Central Union Church, fio iiuiijv. ay
curs wanted Apply to
E. S. CUNHA,
148 tf Union Saloon.
FOK SALE or LEASE
rp"E Wwtlllng and Resd.
X deuce of Mr. E. II.
Thomas, comer Jviimu nnd
Pilkoi ttreet', rommniids an milliter,
ruptcd view of the Mnlclki, Palolo and
Manoa Yallt'ja, um 3 minutes walk to
the trumcars on KIdk stiect. The main
hiillillne 1 plastered aud haul llnished
inside throughout. The building Is 2.
story with double pailor, (lining room,
hitting room, 4 bedrooms (up stairs),
hath room uml every eouveuience, de.
tuched cook house and pantry, stable
and ouUbulhllnga complete; frontage to
Pilkol street 400 feet, to P iif ncolu hireet
200 feet, aud to Kiiiau ttreet about 180
feet, the grouuiU ate nicely laid out,
Irrigation 4,0$ eet plus am 20. fttiiccts.
Inspectiou miy da, Kurthei' parti,
ciilum ul thu otitic cf
E. 11, THOMAS,
ICQ lQt Or to Mr. A. J. Cartwright,
Campoello Opera Go
" TEMPLE OF
COKKElt HOTI3L &
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', MIsbqs' & Children.
at (lie Lowest Bedrock Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
-AT A GREAT
Watch for the elaborate announcement of New
' Goods coming.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10! FOKT STIIKBT. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents foi P, Lonllard & Co.'s Tobaccos A, W. 8. Kimball &. Co.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aorated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
I 11 KG leave to inform my friends and
pjtb ills, that I intend leaving the
UuKdom mi thu Uh i'elruury, i be
absent uiilll Ocioh-r, ami I bin I will
eloso my olUru on thu 8th of February.
M. K. OHUhSMAN, Di-iitUt.
llilm No, OS Hotel St.
English and German
MlSsi UOLTE has opened a select
EiiulUh'aud Geimuu School for
youiir ehlldreii. She will ulso ylo In
ktruciion In tiermuu and Picuch, lu
clasbcs, oi In pilutto lessons. Rest
deueu ou the Kast do of MaklLl street
opposite the lliuuball Gruuuds
Ladies Black Hose !
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
-v '- ar
4. DKAI.KUH IN-
ALL parties indebted to XT. S. !.
on the 30lh day of September Ust,
are rcquebtcd to settlu up their accounts
ul once. W. S. LUCE.
By bU ntlornoy.iu fact, IVatik Brown.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaiabao Female Seminary.
Teaclmr of Voice k Piaio,
la prepared to receive pupils.
by permlsilon to leading pro
of muaic in California, ajul to
previous experience In leaching la tkt
atate, Addre&s as above. 1MXn,'