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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II., I., FEBRUARY 11, 1880.
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HONOLULU CAhlliAGE GO.
Hack sttiuil : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 305.
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SATURDAY, FK11. !), 1889.
Stmr Like'lke ftutu Maid
9 tin i' Mlkahala from Kmiul
Stmr Kilauca Hon Irom ilamakua
Sclir Kiilamann from Kuhnln
Schr Luka from Kohala
Sehr Lenhl fioin Kohala
Sehr ICankcaotili from Kohala
Seln Inry from Ilnunlcl
Sclir Wiillin fioin Kaunl
Sclir 1 1 :ilc:ik:ihi from l'epcckco
liktne Wrestler from Newcastle, N S W
Schr Jennie Walker, 21 days from San
Schr Ka Mol from Hawaii
Stmr .las Make from Kauai
Sclir Llholllio f i om Lahainn
Am bnk. T D Urewer, 135 days fiom
Stmr Kaala for Waiahiaand Waianac at
! a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal
Sclir I.nUnla for M l.ukona
Biit baik Dtiiiecoiv for I'oitland
Bktno S G Wilder toi San Fianelsoo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Australia for San FranuNec at noon
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at o p m
Stmr Li Isellke for Maui and way port.
at fi m
Stmr W O Hall for Lnhaina. Mnalaea,
Kona. Ka i and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Hawaii
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likciikc 7207 bags sugar and 800
Stmr Mokolll 100 b.igs sugar and 100
Stmr Kil.uiua IIl'u :i,7."i() bags .sugar.
Stmr Miksilula r,'J.!3 b.ig-, sugar.
Stmr Ialaiii--5,728 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 1',00 bags Mig.ir.
Schr Kaalokal1000 hags sugar.
belli- Luka I'lOO bags sugar.
The Am baik .1 D Bicwer, auived
this aftoi noon, HI.") days from Boston
with a general cargo of nieiehandise
for Brewer &; Co. She is a very hand
The Kilauca Hon leaves for P.iauliau,
1'aauilo and Ookala at 5 p in to-morrow-.
The Am bark Win W Case ai lived at
Kahuliu on the olh from ban Diego in
ballast, and is receiving sugar for San
The Haw bark .lames A King, Capt
II II Berry, sailed fiom Kabului, Maui,
on Wednesday, Febiuary 0th, with !)1'5
tons sugar for San Francisco.
The Am tern Eya, Capt Wikinau, ar
livcd at Kabului on Friday, February
8tn, L'2 days from Humboldt with a
cargo of lumber. She w ill load sugar
for Sau Francisco.
SWIJnOX In Honolulu, February 11,
Kobeit Bruce Luualilo Swinton. Born
at the Lunalilo Homo, November 7.
By the last steamer Egan & Co.
of the Arcade, Foit street, received
no less than fifty cases of new goods
specially selected for this trade. In
another column full particulars arc
given. Our readers should call at
the store and see for themselves,
and then perhaps they will continue
to make perpetual calls, and of
course they will if they are saving
money by doing so.
A NEW DEPARTURE.
The Pacific Hardware Compaq
has bought the picture frame busi
ness of G. West & Co., and in fu
ture will he prepared to fulfil all
orders for picture frames of every
size and design, cornice poles, be
sides carrying a full supply of art
ists' materials. By the steamer the
company is ordering so as to make
the stock complete. They have
also for sale some very pretty Japa
nese bamboo canes, flower and plant
holders, work and scrap baskets and
other pretty articles.
BLUE RIBBON ENTERTAINMENT.
There was quite a large audience
ut the Y. M. C. A. hall Saturday
evening, at the entertainment under
the auspices of the Blue Ribbon
League. The musical portion in
cluded a violin and piano duet, aud
two songs, and a capital reading was
given by Mr. II. W. Feck. Mrs.
Dr. Whitney then introduced Miss
'Jessie A. Ackerman who delivered
a stirring temperance address.
Quite a number signed the pledge
at the close. The President, Rev.
II. H. Gowen, closed the mooting
The annual parade of the Hono
lulu Fire Department will take place
to-morrow afternoon, leaving the
Bell Tower at 2 o'clock. The vari
ous companies are notified by adver
tisement in another column at what
hour to assemble. The route is
from Boll Tower along Fort to
Beretania street; along Berotania to
Maunakea street ; along Maunakca
to King street ; along King to Nuii
anu street; along Nuuanu to Queen
street; along Queen to Fort street;
along Fort to King street; along
King to runchbowl. street; along
Punchbowl lo Beretania street;
along Beretania to Fort street;
along Fort to Kukui street; along
Kukul to Nuuanu street; along Nuu
anu to King street ; along King to
Fort and Hotel streets, to starting
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Col.. V,. H. Spalding is in town.
Sin. .lustieo MeCully
Chambeis this week.
To-Moittiow being Accecsion day,
the Irani-niis will run as on .Sunday.
McCitiinn and McQueen had a
valuable lioiso lo die, yesleiday, from
Attention is called lo the new ad
veitlsonuuit of the Hawaiian Wine
Company in another column.
Tin: Sydney Mail of Januaiy 5th
contains amongst other illustrations
two picttnes of life at Honolulu.
Bn suio and send copies ot the
Bulletin Weekly Summary lo your
fiicmls abioad, by tho Australia.
Miss Ackerman deliveied an ad
diess at the Central Union Chinch,
last evening, befoic a large congrega
tion. Jilt. C. O. Merger has removed into
tho stoto lately occupied by Jl, B.
Jlonsarrat. Hon. II. A. Wideinanii
will also bo found theie.
Tun Oceanic Company's bleninship
Austialia sails for San Fianeitco at
noon to-morrow. Tho mail at the
l'ost Oflieo closes at 1 1 o'clock.
Tin: baik J. D. Iliower which ar
rived to-day fiom Boston, consigned
to C. Blower it Co., has (1,500 cases
of kotofcone oil among her freight.
Jin. Chas. JluCaithy will occupy
the .toie lately vacated by the Tem
ple of Fashion, Foit street, for the
next two weeks, while alteialions aie
being made at his billiaul hall.
Bn sine and do not foiget tho con
ceil by the Campobello Concert paity
to-monow evening. All lovers of
good music should bo theie. The
box plan is now open at the oilico of
.1. F. Blown it Co.
To-.Moitisow being the annivertaiy
of the acccbhiou of His Majesty to
tho thione, will be obseived as a na
tional holiday, and all Government
olliees will be clo.-ed. The Custom
lltiiibu will bo open fioin 11 to 12
Wiikn the Alameda was at Sydney
in December, in unloading the height,
a box of soveieigns valued at .IM.IO
was lost oveiboaid. On January l.'Hh
the box was iceovercd after a long
search. The failure to find it eailicr
is attiibuted to tho fact of the box
being very nearly the color of the
In the window of the Pacific Haid
waie Company's store may bo soon
two excellent oil paintings., 1(5x20 ;
one a cluster of chiysanthemuins,
the other a terra cotta vase with
geianiunis. They aie exquisitely
painted, tho woik of Jliss Lulu Fan
ning, who at the piescnt lime lias
moie oulers than she can fill.
Tin: N. Z. Ileiald in noticing tho
auival of Jlr. Uobt. J. Creighlon at
Auckland says: "Jlr. Cieighton din
ing his biief stay in tho city was. sur
loundcd by a ciicle of his old fiicntls
and admirers, with whom ho fought
his battles over again, his geniality
of disposition and bonhommic not
being in the least impaired by lapse
According to the National Zeitung
complete anangements have been
made in anticipation of the death
of the King ol the Netherlands. Im
mediately upon tho King's death the
i'lemier of huxembuig will announce
the parliamentaiy law regulating the
succession, and will announce that
the Duke of Nassau will lake posses
sion of Luxemburg.
A nii.i. was intiodueed in the
Nevada Assembly Jan. 2Sth calculat
ed to promote the pleasure of people
visiting public places. No hats or
bonnets aio to extend over three in
ches from the head. It was referred
to the Committee on Education.
There was talk of introducing a bill
to compel women lo take oil' their
lints or bonnets in places of amuse
ment. Col. Clans Spreckels arrived in
New Yoik, Jan. 21th, and in a few
hours signed a contiact for $500,000
worth Of machinery to be used in his
big lefinery in tho Quaker City. He
says that after Juno 1st the estab
lishment will turn out 2,000,000
pounds of beet sugar daily. "There
is no necessity of importing sugar
cane when we have beets enough in
this country to supply tho whole
woild with sugar," ho said.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Y. JI. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
Moonlight concert at Emma
Square, at 7:30.
Final performance by Wilson &
Cameron's Specialty Company at
Opera House, at 8 p. in.
Temperance address by MissAck
ermann at Y. M. C. A. hall.at 7 :30.
L!S-L- J J 'Jin '-LU. XL JLJWIUg
Concert by Campobello troupe, at
Opera House at 8 p. in.
Parade of Honolulu File Depart
mental 2 p. m,
Depaiture of Australia for Sau
Francisco at noon. Mail closes at
11 a. m.
ROOKED TO LEAVE.
Following are the passengers al
ready hooked to leave on the Aus
tralia, Tuesday: J. A. Low, II. II,
Hitchcock, E. A. Ward, Isaac Da
mon, T. Merrill, 15. Jlotcalfe, Jlr.
Faik, G. W. Roby, J. B. Roby,
Hon. A, Young aud wife, and Mrs.
A SPLENDID PERFORMANCE.
WILSON AND CAMI.linK S1T.CI U.TV COM
PANY AT Till-. OPKKA. iioisi;.
It is just what might have been
expected, a ciowded house lo wit
ness tho pei fonnnnee, Saturday even
ing, by tho Wilson and Cameron
Specially Company. The company
came hero with an excellent reputa
tion and more than sustained it.
The audience was kept in one con
tinual roar of laughter from begin
ning to end, with the exception of
when the famous Donaldson Broth
ers appealed. Their movements
were simply astounding, aud
must be seen to be appreciated.
They twist themselves into all man
ner of shapes, so that one is led to
think they arc made of India-rubber.
Jliss May Cameron in her
serio-comic songs and dances was
exceedingly good. Jliss Lea Earle
gave a capital rendition of a ballad
in natural wild (lowers. Filson and
Errol in a comical sketch, and Fil
son alone in "The Bridge," were
simply immense and diew forth
rounds of applause. W. W. Came
ron as a "Komedian" was simply
perfection. Wilson and Cameron
are two exceedingly clever arlists,
and in their spcoialtjV'Nio knacks,"
fairly brought down the house. The
performance concluded with a farce,
which sent the audience home in
exceedingly good humor and thor
oughly satisfied that the entire
company was a first class one in
This evening the final perform
ance will be given, with an entire
change of piogramtne. The box
plan is now open at the olllcc of L.
J. Levej-, auctioneer. To all ap
pearances early application is neces
sary to obtain a seat.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:130 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PAItT I.
Maich-l'onl Moi Berger
Oveituio Caliph of Bagdad. Boieldieu
Jlaich Coiomnion Meyeibeer
Medley Bevel ie Buyer
MiUiol, M.il.ima. JIalu i ke Ao.
Fantasia Forge in tho Foiest. ......
Quadrille Tingeltangel Tliiele
Waltz Don Ciesar DoUingcr
'is..,, it.,, ..,i., fa. Kaauai Berger
lwoMaiches b. ,, j,,.
PEOPLE MOVE SO SLOW.
Fiiday last a calf died in an
empty lot on King street just beyond
the old "Ward premises. The health
authorities were notified, but not un
til this morning did they make any
attempt to have the caicass removed.
It was then so rotten that a hole had
lo be dug and it was buried on the
spot. All day Saturday and Sunday
the residents in the vicinity were
much annoyed by the horrid stench
from the carcass.
Jlr. Luther L. Iloldcu, agent of
the Kaymoud and Whitcomb tourist
excursions, said to a San Francisco
Examiner representative, January
21th, that "an excursion party would
leave that city February !)th for
Hawaii, going by the Spreckels'
Hue. They will spend five weeks in
various parls of the islands, and
will visit the active volcanoes there.''
When the Australia left San
Francisco, thirty-eight tourists were
already booked to leave on the Ala
meda. REPORT ON EWA DISTRICT.
Jlr. J. JI. McDonald returned to
Honolulu last night from a three
days' reporting tour aiound the
Pearl Kiver region and the district
of Ewa. He reporls the resources
as of a varied character and very
much more extensive than is gener
ally supposed. His report, in full,
will give all the details of Ewa dis
trict and the country that will be
tributary to the Pcail River division
of the Oahu steam railroad. There is
every reason to believe that Jlr. Jlc
Donatd's report when written in his
style will prove extremely interest-
TUESDAY EVENING'S CONCERT.
The following excellent pro
gramme will be given at tho Campo
bello concert, at the Opera House
next Tuesday evening:
1. Grand Duo for Violin and Piano.
Mr. Theodoio .Schmidt aud llerr
2. Air Oh Wondrous Beauty..; Moart
Jlr. Chai let Throwci.
3. Ballad Tho Ileal t llowed Down
1. Air BStiano, l.a Traviata... Verdi
Miss Grace Porter.
C. Violin Solo Romance. . . Beethoven
Jlr. Theodore Schmidt,
(i. Ballad "i'ls Known Alone lo Mo
...... Iv 1 l("f
Jlr. Chaik's Thinner.
1. Piano Kolo
llerr Felix Ollert.
2. Ballad Blue Bells of Scotland. . .
Miss Grace Porter.
S. Ballad-ln tho Gloaming
(Wiitten for and sung by Siguor
1. Violin Solo Tho Bhd in tho Tieo
Jlr. Theodore Schmidt.
C. Duet Speak, We jre Alone (Ri-
goletto) Vei dl
MUs Giaee Porter and Siguor Cam-
0. Piano Solo ,
llerr Felix Ollert.
HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO.
Tho 10:05 p.m., car from Chinese
Thcatro will wait on Palace switch
to convey passengers to Waikiki
from the Opera.
Sunday running ns follows: For
Waikiki leave Chinese Thcatio 7:10
and every hour until -1 : 1 0 ; 5 ;15 p.
m., every hour until 0:15.
Leave Waikiki for Palama
a. m., every hour until 1:10;
a. in., ecry hour until 0:15.
car at 10:05p.m.
Leave Chinese Theatre for liillo
range 0:30 and every hour until
t0:30; 12:30 and every hour until
1:30; 5:35 and every hour until
Leave Rifle range for Chinese
Theatre 7:00 and every hour until
10:00; 12:00 and every hour until
l,:00; 5:05 and every hour until
0:05 p. in. 1G9 21
FOURTH CIRCUIT COURT.
term of the Foutth Ciicuit
Court wn held dining the past week
on Kami, Mi. Justice MeCully pre
siding, J liaidy, Ciicuit Judge; IJ.
W. I'uni-, clerk j A. 1'. Peterson,
Deputy Attorney-General. Follow
ing is tbe calendar:
The King vs. Chop Tin. Larceny
2d degiee. Pleaded guilty to larceny
lib degtee. Sentenced to six hours
haul labor. A. S. llaitwell for de
fendant. The King vs. All JIau and Ah
Ping. Conspiracy. Nolle piosequi
iMi'iii'd. A. S. Hartwell for defend
ants, The King vs. l'aaluhi. Afs-ault on
officer. Pleaded guilty. .Sentenced
to tlnce yea is. at haul laboi and $1
tine. A. llosa fui defendant.
M.ikiv Sugat Company w. Kcau
niiki. Eji'ctiii! u(. Yin diet for plain
till', two di-senling. W. O. Smith for
phiintill'; Baicnuha for defendant.
I.ui and otlieis .s. JIakaikai.
Fjectinent. Yeidiet for defendant.
W. (). Smith for plaintiff; A. Kos.i
for defend. int.
Iloopiopio s. J. Kauai. Assump
sit. Veuliet for phiintill' .VJ59. W.
O. Smith for plaintiff; A. Itosa for
Kego v. Jiahoe. AsMimpsit. Cause
.stiieken fiom the calendar on mo
tion of phiintill'. W. O. Smith for
pl.iintilf ; A. Ihwa for defendant.
K.iinawahonui (k.) s. Ewa (w.)
Divoice. Divoice granted. W. O.
Smith foi plaintiff.
Jlatter of complaint of Attoiney
Cicnci.il against K. L. Kauai, District
Judge Waimea ; lcspondent in per
son. Ucpiimanded and complaint
Jlatter of complaint of Attoruey
Gcueial against Isaao II. Kahilinii,
Distiiel Judge, Ilanalei. A. Bos.i
for lcspondent. Kepiiniandcd and
THE GREAT EXPOSITION.
The fifth of Jray is the date fixed
upon for the opening of theParis Ex
hibition to visitors, and despite the
opposition which it has encountered
in various quarters, its organizers
predict boldh that it will he a great
success. The Ficnch exhibitors will
be 28,000 in number, and many
more would have been admitted had
there been room. The foreigners
to amount 15,000, thus making a
grand totalof 13,000. Belgium stands
first on the list with 1(!00; Italy
sends 1000, and Kngland 800. The
Austrian and Russian sections are
fully occupied. The few German
exhibitors belong solely to the do
main of mechanical industries. A
new journal bearing the appiopriale
title of the Champ de JIars has just
been started for the exclusive pur
pose of enlightening the public on
matters connected with the progress
of the "Croat Show." In this, its
first number, il exhorts Frenchmen
lo drop polities altogether during
the coining year, telling them that
they may resume their quarrels and
feuds with ardor in 1890. Boston
Xotlcct underfill heatl are charged 10 cent
per line for thefirU insertion, on J J ceiiti ier line
aery ailditioiuil insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
PHOTOGRAPHIC GooiIp, inelud.
JL big complete outfits from 8 up,
and the celuhrnted Kodak Cameras.
Aho, l'ubliiiiin'ri American Films Tho
"amateurs" and iho public are invited
to rail and examine these goods which
have jiibt been received by llolliater &
Co., 103 Fort btrcct. 100 3t
IT has hern conceded in this age of
cultured tiutcs that a man's e&tiina.
Hon nt' himself, and the opinions ho en.
tertains of character and its clemriitH,
are designated in tho hut ho wears. Call
at Melncrny's and ask for auy shape,
style or color of the SteUon Hat. 100 3i
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hnvu just received ox Australia
anothei lot of thai " l'HILADBLl'lIIA
LAGKIt MEl'K" in kegs, which they
are ollering to thoir ciiHtoiiiers. 187 lw
Pioneer Shirt Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma St.
The undersigned hops to inform the
public of thesu Islands that he is making
Sliii-tw by MenHiirenicnl I
Directions forself-measuremcnt will
bu given on application.
White Shirts, Overshirls & Night Gowns
A lit guarantee by making a Himple
Shirt to every order.
Island order solicited Bell Telephone 410
A. M. JIKMJW.
JL PER In
the Kingdom "The
00 ceuta per month.
L. J. Lovey.
Wilson A; Cameron.
A. W. Filson.
Having decided to remain in Hono
lulu until Hie dcpaitmc oT the
"Australia," will make their
Monday Evening, Feb'y, lltli,
Entire Change of Performance
Box plan will open at L. J. Levey's
ofllcc, corner Fort and Queen btreetg, on
Monday morning, at fl o'clock.
CSSpcclnl cars to Waikiki at the
close of the performance. 1C!) 2t
Hawaiian Opera House
Tuesday Evening, Feb'y. 12th.
One Grand Operatic Concert
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 13th
Signor Enrico Campobello,
Miss Grace Porter,
A.1 Mr. t Mrs lloneyton in
'Tire SiBill's Hany Pair"
Season tickets for ihe scries of six
Single tickets fU.GO As $1 00
Balcony 7.ri cts
Gallery 00 cts
83peciiil curs to Waikiki
cloiu of the performance1-.
Has taken the Studio forineily occupied
by A. A. Montano, coiner of King
and Fort btieets, and is pre-
paicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing Done lor AniuteurH,
Cabinets $6 a.Doz. Work Guaranteed.
BST Fntranee on Fort Stieet. "a
FOlt SAN Fit. VX OI SCO,
The Al tjtcauisliip
Will havellouolulu for tho above
Tuesday, Feb. 12,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
ALL pnrtics owing to W. S. Lui'o up
lo January ill, 1680, are hereby ro.
quested to make immediate payment lo
Mr, Frank llrown, Merchant slreet, (for.
murly A. M. HcwctlV), who is autho.
rizud to receipt for all moueyu paid
J. F. HACKFELI),
ABblguucs of V. H. Luce.
Honolulu, Jan. 81, 1889. 101 lin
ern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
Genuine Diamond Dye
Wan anted Fast. Jgfii
FKICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, S5ew Assortment !
-AT A GREAT
WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
Mn Gingham, Prints, Plain & Fancy Sales, Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
Tlie oiy latest shades and styles. Come and examine our impor
Summer Dress Gooils, Cream Amores, Lace Bnntini, &c.
Our Now Stoek of Silk- Gimp, Bed. Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yelvets, Pearl Buttons,
IUjIjous, I?Iiime, rX'iiw, ICte., JELc,
Is the finest over seen in this city. Deforo buying elsewhere look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
Ami a COMPLETE STOCK of UNDERWEAR, latest style
and elegant fn design,
Custom-made Clothing, for
Ciavats, rscekties, Cults & Collars and uents l urnilure ol every
desoiiption. We call
nunieious stock of
a new assort
Felt Hals, Ti links,
101) FOKT STItKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agents for P. Lorillaid it Co.'s Tobaccos, .t W. S. Kimball &, Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
iroxfcr.i; srxKJ2iiyx itonojl.ux.tj.
C2T UA1WAIN8 -a New
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New Invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS & ML lERGHMBIS
ISovoUioM ami Fnuoy GootlN, In X.uxg-o Vurloty,
& FOltT STREETS.
at tie Lowest Bedrock Prices
Ladies Black Hose !
ffiT Superior Quality.
Corner Hotel & Fori Streets.
Se OO. Fort Street.
In our cents department
the latest in
Men, Youths & Children,
particular attention to our
tho latest styles in
Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
Line of tSf BARGAINB
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