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SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1889.
Stmr Wnlalcnlo from Kiuiul
Bchr Ko Au Hon from Ewii
Stmr Walalealo from Kauai
Sohr Wall liu for Kaiml
8 O Allen from San Francisco
Ilk .Tolin Smltli from Nevwatle, N S W
llr sclir Not me, Jotmon, for Midway
Kr bk Hoyal Tar, Mowers, for Kuirard
Stmr Pele for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Sclir Kaiilllua for Kauai
Sclir LIliolllio for Lalialna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bit Foiest Queen. Capt J C Winding,
for Situ Francisco
From San Franclseo, per bark S 0
Allen, April 13 A Bailey anil wife.
From Maul and Hawaii and Maul, per
stmr W Q Hull, April 12 Hon P X Ma
kee, Hon J Itichardsou, S F Cbllliug
woitli, Mrs A hunter, Ur ICanado, Mrs
Taro Ando, Mrs T Mlyama, W Good
ness. Mrs Julian Motisaiat and child,
MrsJ MLo., G Capeti, B Hughes,
Mrs S Kla, .r K Xahalc, Key W 11
Barucs, Miss May Baldwin, J II Wai
puilanl, Mrs lluglio, 1 Chinese and (II
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StinrW G Halt 3,087 bgs sugar, 84 bgs
coffee, 101 bgs awa, head of cat
tle, 5 calves, 15" pkgs hldcs,72 pLgs
suits and 1 horse.
The bk S 0 Allen arrived this morn
ing;, 1" days from San Francisco, with a
full caigo of merchandise.
WHAT WAS HEARD ON THE UMA
TILLA. The deck near the top of the gang
plank was crowded with girls.
Big girls and small girls; fat
girls, lean girls ; broad girls and
narrow girls, pretty and not pretty
girl9. Girls and llowers, flowers and
girls, so wedged together that it
seemed almost impossible to get
What a din and chatter thc'
made. Some voices sweet, low and
soft, others har6li, loud and hard.
The whisper, the coo and the grat
ing, were all united.
One voice sajd, 0 Mary, there
Another answered, "No, it isn't ;
Then followed this running dia
logue: "How lovely her flowers are.".
"How thin and gaunt she lis."
"However you can call her
"Is that so? "Why I heard"
"She's surely not engaged to that
"Her parents object "
"I should think so. See, there
goes Mrs. "
"The bold thing. To appear so
shortly after "
"But it wasn't her fault, it"
"May be not, but"
"Why, Mrs. . How lovely
"Yes, and she knows it too:
proud thing "
"There's her husband flirting
with that tall woman in
."I am astonished!"
"You needn't be, she is just as
bad as he is."
"I don't want to talk scandal, hut
I am certain her conduct is horri
ble" "There goes the whistle. Good
bye, pleasant voyage."
I was by this time nearly aft,
when a voice, soft as an houris, and
as musical as minaret bells whispers,
"I am glad she is going off. How
tired I got entertaining her ; she's
so stupid, and has been here three
Just then I scrambled to the gang
way, and on looking back, heard the
backbiting tongues saying sweet
things of farewell, and to the very
subjects of their late remarks.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Holy week's religious services
at tho Roman Catholic Cathedral of
April Mth, Palm Sunday. 10 a.
m., blessing of palm branches, fol
lowed by high mass.
m. high mass ;
day, April 18th, 7 a.
il p. m. flashing the
Portuguese sermon ;
feet; 7 p. in.
8 p. in. Ha
Good Friday Holy Friday, April
19th, 10 a. in, service with the sing
ing of tho passion. 3 p. in,, stations
of the cross. 8 p. in., English ser
mon. Holy Saturday April 20th, 7 a.
in., service, high mass,
Easter Sunday, April 21st, C and
7 a. m., low masses ; 10 a. in., high
pontifical masses, followed by bap
tism of infants and adults; 3 p. m.,
confirmation, followed by the saying
of tho holy (rosary and the bene
diction of the M. B. sacrament.
Sa'iuhdav, April 13th.
Henry Miller, charged with being
a gross cheat, by obtaining $2t.50,
under false pretences from Geo.
Synder, pleaded guilty, and was
lined 820 with 83 costs.
Four Chinese were fined 85 with
$1 costs, and on forfeited bail of
5 for gaining.
100AL & GENERAL HEWS.
To-MORitow is l'alm Sunday.
A ooi.ti lockot lias bcou lost.
FuttNlSHEi) rooms uio lo let.
Tun l.iinai cabbages nro coming.
Xo sign of the R. M. S. Zcahindiu
at 1 o'clock p. m.
Xo meeting of tbo
Leaguo this evening.
Union service at ICawaiuhno
Church Sunday evening.
Miss Berry's school closed yester
day for a short vacation.
Mil. 0. II. Dickey
Paia store to Mr. G.
ban sold out
Au. parties indebted to Egan it Co.
are requested to pay tip at once.
Tun Honolulu Killcs drum corps
was out on tho street last evening,
There is likely to be n coniprotnito
in the bark C. D. Bryant libel ousu.
The band will givo it concei t
Emma Square this afternoon at -1
A notici: of opening of new goods
from the Temple of Fashion appears
A coni'iumation service will bo
hold at St. Andrew's Cathedral next
Turj Government schools closed
yesterday for tho regular vacation.
They re-open Wednesday, May 1st.
A grant of $2,500 to St. Andrew's
Cathedral from tho S. P. G. Society
of England in rived on tho last
A hell arrived on the Umatilla ad
dressed to Father Damien, Molokai.
It is for the Catholic Church at tho
The Waialua murder ease will
probably be concluded to-day. The
addresses of counsel are now being
heard by the jury.
A raw hours after the barkentino
S. G. Wilder had left San Francisco
a young stowaway, Willio.Nott.iiiade
his appearance on deck.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
to-morrow, Palm Sunday, at 10 a. in.
theic will be blessing of palm
blanches, followed by high mass.
A piece of land on Liliha frtiect
was sold at noon to-day bv Mr. L. J.
Levey for $1,900, Mr. John Enu be
ing the purchaser. Laige attend
ance. i . . .
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Hawaiian Mission Cbildien So
ciety will bo held this evening at
7 :30 o'clock, at the Kawaiahuo Fe
The Custom House authorities and
S. Ehrlich, don't hitch. Somo goods
which came for the latter on tho last
steamer entered on the free list are
found to be dutiable.
A young man belonging to a inei
cantile house in this city, and who
was recently married, got a good
shaking up last night for intruding
whero he had no business.
The Supremo Court in banco Iuib
filed a decision in the case of Un Wo
Sang Co. vs. T. Alo et al. Plea in
bar by defendants to u bill of equity
to cancel a lease. The Court find
that a question is still open on the
pleadings and prools between the
parties, and therefore overrule the
plea in bar.
M. Thompson, Attorney and Soli
citor, Campbell Block, corner Fort
and Merchant streets, Honolulu:
practises in tho Courts, and after
hearing the facts of a case, ho will, if
desired, give the law, (in writing) ap
plicable to tho facts, and a written
opinion as to the oourao proper to be
pursued, and the probable result of
legal proceedings upon the facts.
EVENTS THIS EVEN1NC.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
Meeting Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Socity, at Kawaiahao Semi
nary, at 7:30.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
4 :30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: March Vienna Schlomer
Overture -Nabueeo Verdi
Gavotte -Domino Olshlager
Selection Tho Yeomen of the Guard
Walt The Yeomen of the Guard
Galop Kossaek's Kldo Milloekur
Two police officers made a raid
on a number of Chineso gamers last
evening on King street, arresting
nine who were playing at dominoes.
In the Police Court this morning
four pleaded not guilty and were
discharged, ono forfeited 85 ball
and the others were each fined $G
Tho Hawaiian News Company
have received on last steamer, all
tho latest pieces of sheet music, also
a magnificent stock of guitars of the
Hurwood, Martin and Bruno make.
These instruments are the finest ever
imported into Honolulu, They havo
also croquet sets and hammocks.
Take a look at these new good ; sit
will be worth yournbilo.
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H I.,
HOTEL AT WAIKIKI.
The management of the Hawaiian
Hotel have decided to open tho Her
bert Place, at Waikiki, as n branch
of their establishment, for the ac
commodation of tho public during
the summer mouths, if sufllcicnt in
Parties dcsiiing to avail them
selves of this opportunity to spend
a month or so at this delightful sea
side residence must send in their
applications lo Mr. W. M. Graham,
at tho Hawaiian Hotel, by the 20th
of the present month. Wo under
stand that several applications havo
already been made.
Mr. Hughes, the principal of the
Pahala School, has resigned his po
sition, owing to extreme ill health,
and leaves by the Hall to-day for
Honolulu. Ho will be much missed,
his social and other qualities having
made him popular.
Mr. Foster has resigned his posi
tion as Manager of the H. A. Co.,
and is- succeeded by Mr. E. W.
Fuller, who has been head oversear
for many years.
The mill is busy grinding. The
maceration mill lately put up is a
success, making considerable gain
in the juice extracted, and will no
doubt prove a good acquisition to
Report lias it that our deputy she
riff is soon to leave us, some say to
look for a wife.
Kau, like other paits of the isl
ands, is suffering from dry weather,
and the prospect looks bad for the
crops, if we do not soon have rain.
The winds are very high. The Hall
on this account has lost one of her
anchors, and has to leave a
Pahala, April 10th, 1889.
As previously advertised, the la
dies of the Makawao Foreign Chinch
gave their initial entertainment at
Sprcckelsville to a large and appre
ciative audience. People from all
parts of the surrounding country be
gan to assemble early to partake of
a bountiful supper, which was served
previous to the entertainment in a
hall adjoining that in which the en
tertainment was given. This ban
quet hall was tastefully decorated
witli flags and evergreens, the work
of fair hands, and the tables (4 in
number) faiily groaned with every
luxury that city and country could
produce. During the supper, which
was from 0:30 p. m. to 8 p. m., the
scene in the hall and around the
banquet tables was like one in fairy
land, the beautiful surroundings,
luxuriantly appointed tables, and
fair ladies flitting here there and
every where administering to' the
wants of thoBe who were pleased to
patronize them. Long before tho
hour announced for the entertain
ment to commence, the hall began
to fill up and before the first piece
on the programme was announced
there was not standing room. The
oollowing programme was carried
out in its entirety ithotit a hitch
Mrs. von Gracvemeyer & Mrs.Crane
Shadow Picture Mary Jane
Song Minister Windows. . Mrs. Deacon
Keeitaiion -Mary Queen of boots....
Song Marguerite Mm. Wilder
Kccitation Pride of Battery B
Instruii cntal Solo Mis. Hcluciiiatin
bleeping Car A Fai ce
Where all did so well it would be
almost impossible to single out any
particular one as having been super
ior to the others, but wu think Mr.
Nelson deserves particular mention
for the masterly manner in which he
rendered, "Mary Queen of Scotts,"
and in response to a voci
ferous encore, recited a humorous
piece, entitled "Boat vs. Bull, Bull
vs. Boat," iu which the intricacies
of tho Jaw were finely portrayed,
and tho final non-suiting by the
Court of both parties brought down
The concluding number, a laugh
able farce in which are portrayed
the trials of travellers iu a sleeping
car, was most realistic, and elicited
rounds of applause. Considerable
histrionic talient was displayed in
the rendering of this piece, particu
larly by Mr. Forstcr who was the
long lost brother, Dr. Crane, the
"gentleman from California," with
a whole arsenal strapped around
him and a terror to evil doers, and
Mrs. Crane, tho lady who keeps the
occupants of the car in u continual
state of ferment, while hunting
firpt for her baby, then her husband
nnd brother. All thu other charr
acters were admirably sustained, but
in au article like this it would be
Impossible to particularize them.
During the entertainment one end
of tho hall was tastefully screened
off, making a pretty booth where u
young lady, Miss Wycoff as Re
becca, was kept busy dispensing
lemonade to tho thirsty audience.
Tho whole affair was u brilliant
success, both socially and financial
ly, and reflects great credit, upon
all who were participants either in
its conception or execution. Tho
amount realizod goes towards pur
chasing an organ for the now church
at Makawao, und this the initial en
tertainment of what all hope will be
u long series, for tho purpose o(
raising funds to bo devoted to works
of charity, has demonstrated beyond
peradventure that we have an
abundance of talent m the district,
and indefatigable workers among
the ladies to bring out said talent.
During tho week wc have had
frequent trade wind "showers enough
to lay the dust but otherwise doing
but little good. Sugar in going
freely forwaul, and tho Janna A.
King al Kahului will bo the next
rcssel to load for San Francisco.
She will probably get away about
tho latter part of next weckl
Tho many friends of Mr. James
Smith, who went to the Coast a
short time ago, to bo treated for
somo diseaso of the eyes, will be
pained to learn that some of the
best occulisls on thu Coast pro
noiinco his case hopeless, and that
in a very short timo he will be to
tally blind. Mr. Smith was con
nected for a long time with different
plantations on the islands, both as
overseer and manager, and his
genial and com t eons manner gamed
him many friends, who will deeply
sympathise with him in this sad
Paia, April 11, 1889.
In another column the Pantheon
announces a fresh importation of
the genuine Pilsen draught beer,
from the famous Buetgcrliches
Brewery of Pilsen, Germany. This
shipment arrived on the Umatilla
and reached here in just twenty-six
days from date of shipment at
Bremmcrhavcn, traversing a conti
nent and two oceans in the incredi
bly shoit space of time above men
tioned. The boys must have it.
A RARE CHANCE. .
On the last steamer Mr. Thco. P.
Sevcrin received a new set of instru
ments, and is now prepared to make
views of residences at the leinark
ably small sum oi (5 per dozen.
The work is guaiantced and satis
faction given, all orders leceiving
prompt attention. This is a good
opportunity for sending views of
home and surroundings to friends
abroad, and home industry should
always be given the preference.
Bucrgeriichcs . Brewery
Of Pilsen, (Jrrmnny.
This Celebrated Beer on Tap,
All the Way from Qcrmuny
Lanai Cabbage !
Just received from Lanai Hunch a
small lot of
Lapp & Sweat ullages,
FOR SALE CHEAP
LEWES J. LEVEY'S,
222 1 Cor. of Fort & Queon His. f2t
Jim' lecelvcl pei lnik "(1.
Wilciix" fium Uvriimii'..
I'llI! MA,i: 11Y
By order of J. W. Knhii, Adminis
trator ol the KsM'e of J. L Kapakahl,
of Lulmiun, Maul, decease), I will full
at Public Auction, at tho Government
Pound, Wuiluku, Maul,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The following animals:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses.
1 rJTne MU1
T. W. EVISllISTT,
Wnlluku. Maui, April 8, 18 0. 210 id
lloiul Carts For Sale,
lrlci", an invoicu
MX. I'rlei", mi invoicu
of tlnu liu-lii It mil Carts.
jllbt ri'Cttivnl fiom Clik'ULM, at the
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Artificial Teeth from one to an eutlro
set liittL-rt'd on gold, silver, alluminuin
and rubber bubrs. Crown and llrlilgo
Work a specially. To onons wealing
rubber pi hum ulitrh itru a conxtutii
8'iuicu of In ItiitioH to tliu mom h unit
throat, wo would recommend our l'ro.
pliylactlo Mutnl l'late, All opciatlona
performed Iu accordance with the latest
linpiovcnicnW iu denial eclencc. Teeth
Kxtructed without pain by the usuof
Nitrous Oxldu Uas.
C2TU8 Hotel dtrcct, ut Dr. Grossman'
old stand. Feb-W-SO
AMRKi US,1 1889.
A'ottcei nnder thi html are charged 10 cents
ter line for thtfinl insertion, anil ft ctntt per line
every ailtlUional insertion.
EXT FF" t" "f Ci tmu Cnktsanil I'ltri
li.tbn til Uiu-Elitu." 3i It
M"eSSRS" DODD & MILLER
hnvo Juii received i' Uoiatlllii
another lot of tliai " PHILADKIil'llIV
liAOKK UKBll" In Ucrs which iliey
uio ouerltijr to 'heir 'U tomrr. t!IH Iw
Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
ON mil AFTER MIDAY,
The 12th Inst., thite will le a
Halt Hourly Service To and From
Waikiki, as follows:
Sundays fiom 9: 0 n. m. to I0.C0 p. m.
SuliirlayH Itom (1:00 n. m.
. ii .; 't,0 p. m. to 10:01 p. u ,
. iu ,
from 0:01 ii. in.
m to 6 00 p. in.
The far. will lcuw I'.ilti'i.a nt the
houi Htiil lull! hour, F.. it -i reel 8 in in.
litis hit r, Itillu HiU'jo ii 27 inmtiitM und
Ti7 iiiinntus pnrlti.!- hour a d tit in vni.
kiki :u 7 iiiiuutL's nnil 87 mi miles past
Ucsld ? the Sehoal ''iirs !i Oaliti Uol
li'ge tlii-ru iIH In it until cctioti every
two hours trom this Uitlo Km go til fol
lows: at !i'7 a. tit., Il:'i7 :. in, 1:27
p.m., 3.L'7p. m., fi;'.!7 p. in. and 7:27
COS" A Complete Time Tublo is in
preparation showing isliun tlio Cars will
ptbsc.iuh of llitt crossing stations, and
may be procured mi Frid-iy lrotn the
Company's office. 2J1 St
rpo purchase Government Honda to
JL the amount of 5,000. Apply to
218 lw II. A. WIDE51ANN.
. A A HOUSE w itli 3 lurco and
Kffl5ii. 2 small mims with kit.
ilien anil lisitliicom atuichcd,
on Al.ikca street, i-pposlto Dr. Mc
WnyuuV. Apply to John Cook, on ore-ml3L-s,
or at this olilcc. 21!) tt
MK. (J. 150L.TE is hereby authorized
to ni"i our linn mime by procura.
tion. M. S. GK1NHAUM H CO.
Honolulu, Apiil 12, lbSU. 222 lw
HON. KAMTKli M. DAMON hold-,
my power ) .itior -m to act for
iliiring mi ni ( arc In in Un- King
dom OIIS. It.
Honolulu, April 12, 18S0.
inti'ini to pKiiii out mv business
ull wntchus und joui'hy. left ovei ihrce
months foi repairs, will liu snht at auc
tion, If not claimed "ii that (lute. All
outstanding accounts hoc paid on April
:10th, will bo placed in the lunula of a
220 td MAX ECICAKT.
rilflE Kill Fonjr Compiny liavinjr this
X day piucliiiml Uin "Co?inii u'llnu"
Restaurant iioiu Mr. -Inn lice wdi hero,
nfit r curly it on in u llrst fliiv.?. -utini
house. 'I lie priipletius will '.pie no
pains to in ike ihe plicu attmclive nud
satisfactory to usinincih.
SUl KONG COMPANY,
'ly Hop rilng.
Honolii'u, April 0, l-8!. 21II lw
NOTICE iRjfheiehy clveu that .Tun
lice UUmni; tills ilia Miltl mil liin
Intel ebt lu the "Josnio,,ol tan" HuM.m
rant, lately eiurlcd on i, lilin on
Ilctliel street, adjoining i l.'c , iit-in
of Messrs Castle & (Ji.ol.u, m ili.i.-Mil
Fonjr Company, from an 1 afi-1 Mm '.lib
iiiBt.. said Hi in will collect all accounts
and pay all bills connected with mid.
business and the said Jim Ilee will col
lect all outstanding accounts. Jim lieu
alone lielnn autliorUcd to receipt for
Riitiic, and will pay all claims iigaiuft
tho restaurant to the above mentioned
date. JUN HUE.
Honolulu, April 8, 1889. U18 lw
A1U5WAIU) of Fifiy (50 Dollars
will ho paid by Mr. H. W. Wilcox,
Hlierlir of Kauai, for the airest of Joe
Foyo, a Black Portuguese, for tho
murder of Kaoliike (k), nt Koloa,
Kauai, on April 1, 188'J.
JNO. II. SOPER,
Jlaralml of the Kingdom.
Honolulu, April 0, 1889. 217 tf
SCOTT'S Genuine Midlothian OatmeaJ
lu 14 lb. tliiB. For sale by
J. E. BROWN .fc CO..
1 178 tl 28 Merehftut street.
Oceanic gituip Coin.
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
I wish to call attention to the ladies that the Stock has
been selected personally and the
Dry Goods ! Fancy Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing, etc., etc.
THE 11EST ASSORTMENT OP THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To be had at tho Temple -of Fashion.
We Invito Inspection -teas" No Trouble to Show Good
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
JC8y0n account of the death of Mr. .Simon Colin the entire nenr and
niagnificient stock will be sold for casli at and bel(w cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will he discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Uibbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "AIJCADE" you can save money.
JBoll "JCeleplioue, GO -a C6T
HAWAIIAN W NE GO
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand nnd For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, ftYE and MONONGAHHLA,
In Hulk in- Case;
SCOTCH and IXSJHL 'WJE-I.ISISnr,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GINS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Hlack), nlbo, STONE JUGS;
Old 'X'oiiv Gin, JLScHt. lii-untl iu tlio 3Ijn-lcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT!
In Hulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
Iu Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquorfl Absinthe,
Anolliimri Water, Kuimnols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AB FOLLOWS :
Ziiifiimlol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, RioHling;, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
All of which will bo bold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOHT NTItKKT. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Agents for P. Lorillard & Co,'a Tobaccos, & W. 8. Kimball & Co.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
AerateU Water Works - - - 13 Hotel Street.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
utital 'JLNileplioue, 371
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES by
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