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TUESDAY, l'EH. 2(5, 1889.
Sehr WitMiti fiom Kuunl
SehrLeahl fiom Hawaii
Sttnr iliknlinhi for Kuunl at 5 p m
Schr Ilulcnknln for Pcneckeo
Stuir Walaleiilo for Kllauea ami Ilnnalci
at 5 p in
Btmr Jits Mnkcc for Kapan at B p in
Stmr Kiiimi for Ullo ami way poitsat
2 p m
Ilk W J5 Godfrey for San FianeUco
llktue Discovery for San Francisco
Ilk Kalakniia for Hongkong
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Very sultry weather.
I). Anderson, Dentist,
A iiooKKKEPntt for a plantation is
A oooi) shower
of rain would do
Two to one, that Melville fulls in a
taro patch. Who takes?
tins Kimui for I lu Volcano.
Bismol Willis will hold a continua
tion some time before Easter.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
llktne W II Dhnoml for San Francisco
For Maul per tmr l.ikcllkc, Feb 25
H GTrcauuay, V UuilowiU and 51)
The bark Ivy will complete discharg
ing her cargo to-morrow.
The bark Alex McNeil is loading with
The S N Castle
coat of black paint.
Is lccclving a new
Colonel Claus Snreckels and Hon.
Wm. G. Irwin left on the Kinau this
afternoon for Spreckclsville, Maui,
to be absent until Saturday. While
there they will inspect the plantation.
Prof. Melville is putting his balloon
together. When inllated it towcis
up eighty six feet.
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Mir L. J. Levey will sell cases of
baking powder and caul matches on
Thursday at noon.
Chinatown was decorated lu-t eve
ning in honor of tho marriage of the
Kmpeior of Cliinn.
A notih: to the holdeis of tratih
feircd stock in the Kupiolaui I'aik
Association appears olsowlieio.
The Hawaiian band will play at
tho Queen's Hospital "to-nionow nf
teinoou from tlneo to live o'clock.
Philadelphia "Picss": Bayaid to
Ilismaick; "Take tho islands, but for
heaven's sake don't shoot! I'll apologize."
The following tenders for a Gov
ernment Dispensary, to be build on
Kinjj street next to !No. 1 Engine
house, were lcceived to-day.
G. Lucas S2,3G0
Smith & Mills 2,'J75
Sam Kanahcle 2,251)
W. F. O'llalloion 2, ICO
Walker & Redwood 2,000
H. F. Bertclmann 1,700
The contract was awarded to II.
ELECTION OF SYNODSMEN.
Last evening a meeting of the
Bishop's congicgation of St. An
drew's Cathedral was held in the
Sunday School room. John Bush,
headmaster of the Bishop's school,
piesided, and the licv. II. II. Gowen
officiated as Secretaiy. The object
of the meeting was to elect three
members of the congregation as re
presentatives at the Synod to be
held in Honolulu soon after Easter.
Several names were proposed but
the voting lcsultcd in the election of
Messrs. Antone Rosa, C. II. White
and S. Mcheula,
Tun Hawaiian Hand played at the
dcpaituro of the Kinau this after
noon. There was a lively scene on
Invitations aro out for tho niai
riage of Mr. E. D. Tenney and Miss
Hose Makco, the happy event to take
place Mnich Sth.
Tin: Honolulu lion Works will
not close at noon on Saturday. It
may bo that sonic of tho employees
will take a holiday to see the balloon
Tenders for the addition to and
repairs on a building on the Quaran
tine ground, at Mauliola, should be
sent to the Board of Health oilice by
A meeting of the Fiivy Council
will probably he held to-morrow aftci
noon to consider tho petition for
commutation of death f-ontenee on
behalf of Ahop.i.
Mn. F. OllSit, the engraver is at
woik in Mr. Theo. F. Scveiins' pho
logiaphic studio, Foit stiect. This
nioi mug PiincelCawanaiiakoa visited
the s-ttidio and inspected some work
Mr. Ollcrt is at piescnt engaged
The Bulletin acknowledges., with
many thanks, a magnificent slice of
splendid wedding cake fiom Mi. and
Mn. Osc.u Bianch, and begs to cx
picss binceics wis.lii'8 that their
matrimonial life may ever be as
sweet ah the delicious cake.
The S. S. Kinau left this afternoon
with a full caigo of merchandise
and the following passengers: For
the Volcano: A, E. Ililliard and
wife, Mrs. Knowlcs, II. It. Merrill,
O. II. Mcuill, S. Mawhinney,
Mr. aid Mrs. J. S. Richards,
J. D. Wilde, "Win. Whitehead,
J. Ashford, C. W. Ham and
wife, Miss M. S. Grilling, Miss L.
R. Parks, Mrs. A. M. Tufts, Miss
31. V. Tufts, Miss M. F. Gushing,
A. W. Paiker, II. P. Ray, II. C.
Lyons, G. K. Wilder, M. J. Flavin,
wife and child, Miss Tootsey Dow
ectt, Mrs. Ripley, Mr. Clifford and
J. T. Cross; For way ports: Col.
Claus Sprockets, Hon. W. G. Irwin,
Major W. II, Cornwcll, Hon. Sam.
Parker, W. L. Dccoto and wife, J.
A. Scott, Mis. C, B. Moore and
child, Mrs. Walker and 2 children,
and J. Bicknell, Jr,
The departure of the steamer was
exceptionally interesting, a large
number of people being present on
the wharf. The Hawaiian Band was
there and played a number of lively
selections. Leis and boquets of
flowers were seen in every direction.
Tho parting salutations were kept
up as long as possible, and as the
steamer backed away from the
wharf, the passengers, all assembled
on the upper deck, waived their
adieus iinti) out of sight.
Tuesday, Feb. 2Gth.
W. O'Brien for drrnkenness
feited 8G bail.
Daniel (2d) was charged with
deserting contract service. Settled
out of Coiut.
Several other cases were continued.
All pupils attending the s-ehools,
irrespective of age, will bo admitted
to the balloon ascension at thoP.uk
on Satin day, piovidcd they obtain
their tickets in advance at J. E.
Blown it Co.'s office. If they do not
they will have to pay full price.
Geo. Wilbon, driver for Fashion
Stables, says a mean tiick wan played
on him last night at 10 o'clock. Ho
was called out to Waikiki for a pas
senger, and when ho arrived at the
place, was told that the passengci
had met another carriage and had
gone in to town.
An unusually huge crowd gathered
to listen to the band last night, at
Emma Squiiic. The piogrammo was
an excellent one, and how beauti
fully the boys played. What the sti
mulus was is unknown, but they
really did excel themselves in sweet
ness and execution.
Editor Bulij-.tin: -If either of
your correspondents will favor mo
with particulars of time, nunibur of
car, and direction in which it was
moving, when any occurrence of
which they complain took place I
shnll bo much obliged to thoiu.
Their names can bo kept secret.
As to general statements of tho
overworking of stock : tho stables
are at Punahou and 1 shall bo pleas
ed to give any of the complainants
a card to inspect the condition of
the stock themselves. Considering
they arc only just broken, the .mules
are in remaikably good fettle. They
will get sore shoulders and sore
mouths during the process of break
ing in, just as oarsmen will get 6orc
hands until they ar used to the oar,
but any case of working a mule with
a sore will be treated most severely.
None of them do more than 12
miles a day. In San Francisco they
do fiom 10 to 20.
When some showed signs of fa
tigue on Sunday they were taken off
after doing only S.miles.
Some of them had to be whipped
because they had been worked in
carts during the week and had got
out of gait ; but an case of cruelty
would be visited with instant dis
missal if it were authenticated at
this olllce, as al-o any case of had
language being used by the em
The live stock is being continually
inci eased, but it should be lemcni
bcrcd by those who make these com
plaints that no one, not even them
selves, could have foreseen and pro
vided for the amount of travel which
has come to the road on Saturdays
and Sundays, and theic is always a
peculiar dillicnlty in handling a traf
fic where the travel on two days of
the week so greatly exceeds the or
dinary week-day average.
Whilst on the subject of the
Tramway I wish to la3r before your
readers the proposed initial working
of the Bcretania, Nmmmt and Foit
street lines with the view of draw
ing out suggestions.
Route A Nuunnu street (Pauoa)
via Queen and Fort to esplanade ;
Route B Nuunnu (Pauoa) via
School and Fort to esplanade;
Route C Bcictania street, from
Nuuanu to Punahou ; half-hourly.
(The above three services foi in a
half-hourly communication between
Punahou and Pauoa by changing
cars at corner of Nuuanu and Bcre
tania, or comer of Fort and Bet eta
ma.) Route D Up and down Fort
street and esplanade to Bcretania
every ten minutes.
Special Route E Nuuanu(Pauoa)
via School, Fort and Bcretania to
Oahti College, cars to suit school re
quirements. Special Route F Nuuanu(Fauoa)
via Bcretania and Fort to espla
nade, cars, to suit business men.
Special Route G Fort and Bere
rania to Oahu College, cais to suit
business men and College people.
If the heads of public institutions
would kindly send in their figures of
regular tralllo aud hours of the day
it would greatly facilitate the ar
rangement of the schedule.
T. GitAiiAM Gkiisisli:.
Hawaiian Tiannvays Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 188'J.
GOVERNMENT LOTS FOR SALE.
Tln Hawaiian Government ailses
To a seiios of suipilci
After many piobus and pnslie-.,
Sales of lock, or marsh, or rushes
Xow an- adveitised foi -ale;
Hawaii thus her boastful tale
To the woihl announces:
gll rJ& JMa p&ir Jfcg) rfelj
Corner of Hotel & Fort Streets.
GEEAT CLEAEAICS SALE FOE 30 DAYS ONLY !
I hereby bog to inform the general piitrlie thnt (luring my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
and immerse reductions are made in every department.
Oreal Beductson in Embroideries and Laces of all descriptions !
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
Childrens IVlusIin Underwear !
"Will be offered" at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lace Mains ai Cretonnes, etc., etc., etc. J""'"' tMsrL White Dresses, Lace Cans, Son Bonnets, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid. Gloves ;"50eapair; Silk Gloves & Milts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
$ A Large Eenmant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale a
Mosquito Nettings reduced to 2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in "White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
ftist colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Silicones & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 3nc yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassomeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
tS"GOODS hOLD FOK CJVWII OaS-LY DUUING TITE SVIE-XBa
ITS! m S. F-HRLICI-g- Prnnrietnr.
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NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
IsCiLpiolniii TLarJc !
Saturday Afternoon, March 2d, at 4 p.m.
Professor EMIL L. MELVILLI
Eanl liliiiaoi 3 IlaEabl
The ftflost Famous and Successful Aeronaut in
the World !
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O.
Court Lunalilo No. GGOO A. O. F.
Drill Queen's Own, at 7:30.
Willi , -I CO
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76 and 77 EG-ATV Ac CO Fort Street.
WE ARE NOW SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
Sprinc Ginliaois, Prints, Plain k Fancy Sallies. Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The 'ery latest bluulcs and styles. Come and examine our impor
Srair Brass Gads, Cream Aire, Lace Bitii, k.
Ouv New Stock of Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Velvets, Pearl Buttons,
J?iIlouN. X'liiineH, Tiix-, Etc., Etc.,
Is the finest cei seen in tin-, city. Hcfoio buying ulscwhuro look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE STOCK of 1'NDEKWEAK, latest style
mid elegant in design. In oui gents depaitment
we oiler the latest in
Cusloin-niade Cloiliiii:, Tor Men, Youths & Children,
Ci.ivat-, Neckties, Culls it Coll.us and Gents Fmnituro nf every
di"-ciii)tioii. We call paiticulat attention to our
enornioui slock of the latest styles in
"ine'tor"" Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Felt Hats, Trunks, Valines, Etc , Etc. 17-88
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
KT J. K. MORGAN'.
At 10 a. in. at the residence of
Mr. T. R Lansing, No. 3, School
street, near Emma, the entire house
hold furniture, including an Emer
son uptight piano.
uv L. ,i. i.uvr.v.
At noon, mortgagee's sale of u
piece or parcel of land at Manoa,
There aio 110 chrysanthemum so
cieties in England
William the Conqueror's oak in
Windsor Park, England, is at least
twelve hundred years old.
The author of "Listen to the
Mocking Ilird" acknowledges that
he hasmadei'SO.OOOby it.
Coal-dust, Hour-dust, starch and4
flour are all explosives when mixed
with certain proportions of air.
Tho fastest city in the world
Paris eats the most snails. The
Parisians digest 1)0,000 pounds of
snails a day.
The population of Africa is eight
een to the square mile; in Euiope
there arc eighty-eight to the same
Tho "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
is out to-day, with twenty-seven
columns of solid reading matter.
The local n6ws of the past week is
given in full together with interest
ing matter from the other islands.
Leave your oulera eaily if you
desire copies, as the demand for tho
summaries is very large.
Ono lmudied lots, and mote behind
Search the country iiml you'll find
Some aie placed in mountain hollow rf,
Sonic in gulcln-, sonic In wallow.
Some wlieie iocKs alioo tho giouml
Show their blackened heads aionnd.
Their nieasinc, or exstet location,
Is not a government, vncntiou
To partieulai ic or locution
In a .sale of this mention
Only bhatiib and bounced.
The bin cis win imvc cicilit; and
The intciest mid conditions stand,
The foiiuir high just ten per centum,
The latter ligiil in momentum.
Ten dollars must, on appl cation,
15o "antied up;" but explanation,
Why this Mini Miotild le cxicted,
Is .still withheld In laws enacted.
Then the buyer must Inhabit
Some kiml of a hou-e lit for a labblt.
Upou the .sjiot; live Iheio he must
Five ye.us before he ''up aud dust;"
Lands must bo scaice wlicie thus they
Yet fools may buy haul times compel
lint savo us fiom appieuticu h uuls
That thus manipulate the lauds;
Kate yet may bilng a happici time,
More .soluble to this fair clinic
A time when Hawaii Mndlbe fiee
From giant cuiao Monopoly.
rjtorr.EBOii Mi.i.vili.c has mide OD successful ascenbi)n. Ho will leap fiom the
Iiallojn when at an alMtude of ft.000 fi et and desceuil to
the earth with a Parachute.
I'liOKixbou Mklvii.i.k, who'O success for so young a mm Ins ln.cn unprccc
dented, is a member of the Militiry Academy of Aeronautical Work, ot Mcmion,
France. Mis father p.'rformnd some great and dirim; work during the hiegc of
Pin He mule four billoon. i- elisions from Place (Jirru-ell, Palis, and carrhd
Hi,' (X) ! iteia and mes'Uj'es n'lfely through the Prm-i ci line-. When a boy the
I'rote -or m ule Ii s lirst i-cen-i if with his fathci, who lt i a c iiiimi tieo composed
of Gmnbtttii, Olarentic of the 1'arisian Press, Dnratii, ihe lrc mer . t the Obscr-
vitorj of IJnrt-, ard General Negre, slnrted from tin liwlitl. , in ilm (Jhy of
Ni 'e.'oa th'j 7ih of Juno and Ian led on the 10th at Mo, mm-, Uucsia, tmve ing 0 000
nii.e-, mid at an altitude of 23,000 feet.
The Profeiscr will raaLe the ascent hangins: by his too t j a fapt-zo fistoned
to tho mouth of the Balloon, parfonniug all tho whilo in midair.
Whou at an elevatloa of 5,000 f.;et ha will 1 J.ip from
tho Balloon and descend in tb.3 Paraph ite.
Hell TVlfjilionc, SO
JB- liitmil rX,ol;ilo"-N 371
No. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
PLANTERS LABOR AND SUPPLY
A meeting of tho Boaul of Trus
tees of tho Planters' Labor and Sup
ply Company was held this morning
at the ollico of Messrs. II. Hackfcld
& Co., tho Yicc'Prebitlent, Mr. II.
I Glado, iu the chair. Tho sub
jects under discussion were Portu
guese immigration and the United
Notices under tl ia hend ore chutyetl 10 cculi
per line for IhtJInt insertion, and Ii centi per line
eiertl additional tntcrttvn.
Conceive mo if you can,
A wideawake young man,
I am up in the fushlon
And always bo dat-hing
Willi "John H. StfUon" on.
I love mtd'ot wtul und woe,
The seed of pride to sow,
There is nothing ho lusting
And never out casting
As a "J. II. S. Chupcaii."
CQrTlie Balloon will be inlliite.l at 2 l'. m , ,.n I the l'rniHor wou'd itspect.
fully suggest to the iiihlic llml they bo prccii at ih it i uu j. as i i , the uio-t in.
tor. sting tenure ol tho entertainment, and should lie witnessed, us the .light will,
iu all probability, never be reeu again in thi- i'Iij.
Come ami rii-iiift: Youi- Xittlt Oucn I
Come XGui'Iy unci SSecui' i Good IxIu. :
The ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND will be in Attendance I
Clilldie i under 12 jeau 'i't i Mils.
Kesei veil SjM in (.rtnd bland J'i cents i tra.
rfVAinplQarriingeuRiils for the cuvoyauco of thu public to the Park have
been made, at reason iblo tati's.
Agent II. I.
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COTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatine.il
K. J1KOWN & CO.,
2d Mrvhaut street.
Professor Melville is iiiidoubttdly great as the pioplu of tent FranclbCO know,
and his ihuing feat of lust .Sunday ccceiled uny of his other attempts. S. F.
Sixty.tlnce tliou-aud people, h actual count, witnessed Professor Melville's
balloon utconsion at Ocr.iiilier.ch justcrday. X. Y. Herald.
I'rofcs-or Melville hus most successfully improved n the balloon parachute,
thiia retideiing the leap in mld.iir comporilively safe Mcraniento Union.
Profeisor Melville has no eiimlin hii aeiouaut peifmiuunce, In mid. air, He
stands first in his profestion. Philadelphia Ledger.
&Br-IJuy your ticketB before going to the Park, if possible, to avoid a rush
at the gale.
SSTTickcls can be hwl at J. B. llrown & Co.'h, Hawaiiun News Co.'s, C. J.
Mcfarthy's Ullliurd Parlois and ut King liros.
IS?"N. H.Cnri luges enteilng the Paik enclosure will ho charged CO cents a
pi tec, in addition to the entrui.ee fee,
HAVE OH HAHD AND FOR SALE,
IP XJ JjJ-j ASSORTMENT
All Brands of American Whiskies !
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahela,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and JJRlSJEi. TTJEIISBZ'K'
In Glass and Stono Jar.s;
Very Fine and Voiy Chenp Qualtities, aa iuu wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(White or Illack), also, STONE JUGS;
OLD TOr 3- I 3N" !
Ucst Urand in the Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Hulk and Ciu-o;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pintb and Quints.
Bitters, L'tquers, Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummela.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES r
Zlnfandel, MaCaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &.
gjST All of which will ho hold AT LOWEST KATES by
170 tl MANAQEB.
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