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TUESDAY, APRIL lfi, 1H89.
, ,,,, ARRIVALS.
Sthir Kaala from Walalua and Watauac
Btmr I.ik dike for Muni niul way ports
at fi j) in
Strnr W Q Hull for Lalmtua, Maahea,
Komu Ka and tho Volcano at 10
p'clock a m
St ml- Mlkahala for lCaunl at " j m
btmr W lulealc.for Kauni at C p in
Kclir Kaalokulfiir (Colon, Elccio and Ma-
uape e at :) l m
Sttnr Ewtt for Ewa
Schr Ilnlnbow for ICoolatt
t-clir Kg Au lion for Ewa
Schr Jllllo MorrU for Koolau
Strnr Viva for Maul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Knlauiatni for llalawa
For Kauai, per strnr .Jns "akee, April
150 11 alrchlld, iind 0 others.
For Molokal, per etuir Mokolll, April
10 Air and Airs J 1) Cockctt, and several
For Aliiul and Ilawa 1, per strnr W G
Hall, April 10 For tho Volcano: Mr
I.emolno; for way poi ts : Mrs Lee, Mr
and Mrs W II U'llilainsoii, Kcv W II
Barnes and 70 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sohr Jllllo Morris 100 bags rlcc.
Schr ltatililua 100 bags sugar.
, The schooner Anna arrived at Kahu
lul, April UJth, 15 days from fan Fran
cisco. . The bark Itnbt Sudden will leave Ku
liiilul on Thursday, for San Francisco,
wltn a full cargo of sugar.
Tho barkentino 1 lautcr is loading
The Kinau Is duo from windward In
The bark I'akwan is fullv due from
Newcastle, N V, with coa'l.
"WELSH-In San Francisco, A pi 11 3,
John Welsh (late of Honolulu) be
loved brother of William and .las
Welsh, a native of Philadelphia,
Penii., aged '2d years 2 months and
DAIRY MAID SOCIAL.
On Saturday evening, April 20th,
at 7 :30 o'clock, a Dairy Maid So
cial, under tho auspices of the Y.
"W. C. T. Union will take place at
Y. M. C. A. Hall. An atti active
programme of pantomines and tab
leaux will be given, and ginger
bread and milk served. All arc
cordially invited to come. Young
people wHl be heartily welcomed.
Admission, 25 cents.
HAWAIIAN MAIL MATTERS.
A despatch dated, Washington,
April 4th says : Superintendent 13ell
of the foreign mail service, in a bul
letin recently issued, states that the
Hawaiian ollico lias called tho atten
tion of the Postoliioo Department, to
the cicpumstance that many arliclcb
which are subject to Hawaiian cus
toms duties when imported from
other foreign countries are by treaty
entitled to free admission to the "Ha
waiian kingdom if they were manu
factured .or produced in the United
States. la order to enjoy tho exemp
tion from Hawaiian customs dutii-s
above referred to, articles manufac
tured or produed in the United States
and sent by parcel post to the Ha
waiian kingdom bhould be distinctly
marked "nianufactuied in the United
States." Postmasters will cause the
senders of parcels of post packages"
for the Hawaiian Kingdom to bo so
THE TAHITI DISASTER.
In reference to tho reported disas
ter at Tahiti, a San Francisco Bulle
tin correspondent signing himself
"Tahiti" states that, owing to the
immediate vicinity of tho highlands
at Papeete to which people could flee
for safety, no groat loss of lifo is
likely to have occtiried there, and
comes to tlufc conclusion that the
drowning of thousands probably oc
curred at tho low Pauniotu Group,
lying to tho nor.theust. It may bo
that this view is tho co reel one. At
the same time the very clear and
copciso telegrams from Auckland to
tho effect that "The capital city is
. totally destroyed, some people man
aged to reach tho highlands and
thus escaped the Hood, hundreds of
houses iu Papceto were carried away
and public buildings ruined," etc.,
points directly to Tahiti, for tho
reason that there aro no highlands in
tho Pauniotu Group, nor any build
ings to speak of, save a few ecntteied
trading shanties and native huts.
That tho Paumotu Group, distant
from Tahiti less than 1100 miles, must
have also Buffered severely, theio is
but little doubt, tinco most of the
islands aro not over fl foot above sea
level, and the sea would probably
make a clean sweep ovor tho group,
iu which caiso tho loss of lifo must
have been great indeed.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
TuiisDAr, April lGtli.
In probato estate of J, 11. Keo
lioku (k). 1'robato of will Con
tinued for one weok agreement of
In tho matter of tho guaidianbhip
of Katii (w). Petition for appoint
ment of guardian, A. S. Wilcox of
Il.uiamaulu, Kauai, was appointed
guardian on tho petition of Frank
llobort, father of the child, said A. S.
Wilcox having had custody of tho
child from infancy, and lio'being will
ing to educate it, the appointment is
now made. W. O. Smith for petitioner.
10GAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hot weather has again set In,
HAirr fe Co. have Easter eggs for
A riECC of black Hgurcd silk was
lost in tho street this afternoon.
H. B. M.'s Flagship Swiftauro was
at San Francisco when tho Zealandia
TwKNTV-i'our lots on tho plains
will be offered at public auction, May
There will be a confirmation ser
vice at St, Andrew's Cathedral 'this
evening at 7 o'clock.
Tin: diocesan synod of the Angli
can Church has been convened for
Wednesday, May 8th.
Mns. Turner Saigont, daughter of
Oliver Wendell Holmes, tho poet,
died in Boston, April 4.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company will pay a dividend ot tlneo
dollars per share to-morrow.
Bio Bale of brakes, phretons, bug
gies, carriages, etc., to-nionow noon
at Morgan's auction rooms.
Messiis. Anderson & Lundy, dunt
ists, have moved their olllee to the
old Trogloan residence, Hotel stieet.
. m .
The case of B. II. Kahananui vs.
V. V. Ashford, crim. con. is still on
trial before a mixed jury iu tho Su
Tun Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany's new time table is out. Copies
can bo obtained at the company's
olfice, King street.
The young man mentioned in Sa
turday's issue as intruding where he
had no business, was not married in
this city, but in California.
Jxo. A. French has been arrested
on biispicion of participating in the
Sunday morning lobbery on Queen
street. The case will come up to
The band conecrtnt.KmniaSrp.iare
last evening was largely attended,
tho weather being particularly plea
sant. This evening tho band plays
at l'lyjinas Square.
Fhidav next is Good Friday nnd,
as usual, Love's bakeiy will supply
their superior hot cross buns from 5
a. m. to 5 p. m. on that day. Orders
should be left earl v.
In this'issue appears four import
ant moitgageo's notice of sale by Mr.
J. F. Morgan at his salesrooms. Three
of the sales take place on the 20th,
the Other on the 2'Jth.
Tin: W. G. Hall sailed at lOo'cloek
this morning for windward ports with
a very large cargo of freight. The
wharf was crowded with people to
witness her departure.
On Thursday the 25th, Mr. Morgan
will sell the entire stock of Mr. Max
Eckart, jeweler, at his store, Bethel
street. Everything will be eoUI ami
bargains may be looked for.
At the Queen Emma Hall this eve
ning ice cream and colleo will bo
served at 7 :30 o'clock. Admission
will bo twenty-live cents, the pro
ceeds tq bo devoted for the benefit of
The bUrkentinc S. G. Wilder, Cap
tain Paul, will sail for San Fiancisco
about Saturday. The Wilder has
proved herself a very fast boat, and
her cabin accommodations are excel
lent. For Ireight or passage applica
tion should be made to F. A. Schac
fer & Co.
Repouts from all parts of tho State
of California, show that grain, fruit
and feed promise a greater yield than
lias over been known, independ
ently of the fact that the increase in
acreage is as high in some eeclions
as one-third, especially in tho south
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Queen's Own at Armory,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7.
Drill Co. R Honolulu Rifles, at
Band concert at Thomas Square,
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O. P.
Meeting Woman's Aid Society at
St. Andrew's Sunday school-room,
at 2. -30 p. in.
Arrival of s.b. Kinau a. tn.
AUCTION SALES TQ-MORROW.-
BT J. F. MOUGAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, in front of
salesroom, Chicago road carts,
brakes, top buggy, family carriages,
At the same hour several valua
ble horses, also horses and colts.
Full particulars elsewhere.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
publio concert this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AKT i.
Ovcrtuie Italian" In Algler .. , Hos'lnl
Galop Street Cars... .'. Arnold
Fantasia -A1IU hi the Forest (by re
Medloy German Maiclics..&cldcnglanz
Miklol, Alalahmia, Alain I Ko Ao.
Medley Bevei le (by iv(pioRt)....Heyer
liallud La l'aloma ......... .Klvas
Waltz I on Cajsar Delllnger
Quadrille Tinsel tangel . .Thlele
H. B. M. S. CORMORANT.
H. B. M. 9. Cormorant with Major
J. H. Wodehouse, H. B. M.'s Com
missioner on board, leaves early to
moirow morning for I.nhaina and
Mahukona, returning hero on tho
24lh inst. Her relief will bo the Es
piegle, which may bo expected hero
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL LEAGUE.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Base
ball League was held this noon,
Hon. W.P. Allen in the chair.
The Kaiulaul Club was admitted
to the league, and its captain, Clar
ence Crabbe, appointed delegate.
The five captains .will meet this
afternoon to arrange a schedule of
games. The present season, pro
mises to be unusually interesting.
MALTBY THE BICYCLIST.
Mr. W. S. Maltby, the bicyclu
trick, rider, did not arrive on the
Zealandia, but Ilia agent, Mr. F. C.
Smith did, and is at present staying
in this city. Mr. Maltby arrives on
tint Umatilla, May 3d, and will give
performances in the city previous to
his departure for the Colonies. Mr.
Smith will make all necessary ar
rangements. VALUABLE STOCK FOR SALE.
At noon to-morrow, Mr. Jas. F.
Morgan will sell some valuable
stock, by onler of Mr. O. II. Judd.
Included will be the bay stallion
Boswell Woodburn, thiec other well
bred stallions and the bay marc
Puss. The attention of breeders is
particularly called to these fine ani
mals. Several other horses and
colts will be sold at the same time ;
also road carts, carriages, buggies,
Mr. W. J. Forsyth, of cinchona
and coffee fame, was heard from by
the last mail from San Francisco.
He wrote under date of March 0,
from this island of Bermuda, wheic
the steamer Federation, on which be
was a passenger from England
bound for JJew Orleans, put iu with
a broken propeller.
Mr. G. A. Amsden, the piano
tuner, leaves tor Kauai this evening
on the Mikalmla, to tune and repair
a number of pianos. He returns
THE BULLETIN SUMMARY.
The Bulletin Weekly Summary is
out to-day. It is a splendid num
ber, containing amongst other
things a full account of the mem
orial services at the three churches,
a graphic account of the loss of
the Vandalia by the last man to
leave the vessel, news from all of
the other islands, and any quantity
of interesting local news. The Sum
mar3' is not filled with advertise
ments ; it has only reading matter.
To meet the increased demand for
this popular summary of Hawaiian
news an extra edition has been
printed. Do not fail to mail a copy
to your triends abroad by the
Planter, which leaves on Saturday
and carries a mail.
THE WALLA WALLA.
The ste.uner Walla Walla, which
was to have taken the place of the
Australia, was libelled at Seattle,
W. T., Match l'Jth. It is charged
that upon her trip from Victoiia of
February 10, she took on board 370
pounds of opium marked "sauer
kraut," consigned to J. Light, El
lensburgh, and landed them at Ta
coma on Febiuary 13, with the
knowledge and consent of Captain
Blackburn. On the trip of Febru
ary 27 the Walla Walla took on
board three bariels marked "skid
grease," containing 430 pounds of
opium, and consigned to J. Dark.
Ellensburgh. The value of the
opium is alleged to bo SI 3,000, and
the vessel is theiefore libelled in
this amount. The fact that' those
consignments did not appear on the
inward foreign maniflest of the ves
sel is alleged as piima facie evi
dence that Captain D. O. Blackburn
wa3 engaged in the smuggling trade.
The owners of the vessel furnished
bonds in S2G,000 and she proceed
ed to San Francisco. The case is set
for hearing on April 4.
Tuesday, April 1G.
Sam Kahalekui for drunkenness
was fined .$().
Ah Sam was lined $10 for assault
and battery on Kalei (w.)
Kaikaai, charged with deserting
contract service, was ordered to ro
turn and pay 13 costs.
At Springfield, Ohio, there is a
Turkish pruning rug on exhibition,
said to be 1,000 years old. and val
ued at S2,fi00.
A hotel iu Greenville, Me., is said
to be the only one iu the world that
serves trout on its table at every
meal in the- year. fLewiston
The United States pays 8900,000
a year for its weather service. Great
Britain conies next with the second
highest expenditure, but that Is
Statistics make it appear that
there are 5,530 lawycru in New
Voik oity, whoso aggregate fees and
incomes amount to something over
83,000,000 a year.
A 3-legged hen that answers to
the iiumo of Tim (following any one
who calls it by that masculine title)
is said to be a curiosity of Ulster
county, N. 1
AMERICAN SUGAR REFINERY.
Tho S, F. Call of April 2d has tho
The announcement was formally
made yestciday that tho American
Sugar Bcfinory had sold its property,
business, nst-ots, good-will, etc., to
Havcmoyor & Elder, of New York.
The business will bo continued un
der tho namo of "American SiiRar
Rofinory, Havonioyer & Elder, Pro
prietors." Tho business of Messrs.
Havemeycr it Elder will bo managed
by Itudolph H. Kissoll, hb agent and
Bole attorney. The American Sugar
Rellnery will use the offices formerly
occupied by the old company at 124
California street. None of the former
stockholders or ollleers will hereafter
share in tho management of the
works, the sole management .and
ownership resting with the Easlern
firm above mentioned. The follow
ing circular of the sale is solf-oxplan-atorv
San Fiiancisco, April 1, 1889.
The American Sugar Kellnery
Company having sold its property,
business, at-sets, good will, etc., to
Havonioyer fc Elder, doing biihiness
under the mime of American Sugar
llelinory, Havonioyer it Elder, pro
pi ietorB, we hereby request you to
settle nnd adjust with them any out
The American Sugar Kefinery Co.
llobert Oxuard, President.
The above circular was followed by
this one :
San Francisco, Cai.., Apr. 1, 1889.
Wo beg to notify you that we have
purchased the property and business
of tho Aniciican Sugar Bclinery
Company, and, as their successors,
aio prepared to fill your orders as
All tho outstanding accounts and
bills aro to be settled and adjusted
Feeling assured that your inlcicsts
will bo well and faithfully served, wo
ask a continuance of your past pat
ronage and favors, and remain, yours
very truly, Havemeycr &, Elder,
Kudolph H. Kissel, Agent.
'flic corporation known as the
Ameriettii Sugar Refinery will con
tinueoiii existence with its foimer of
ficers, and have its headquarters at
220 California street. Robeit Oxnard,
Piesident of the company, stated yes
tciday to a "Call" representative that
Havenieyer it Elder had made an
offer for the property and business of
the company, and tho offer was such
that it was deemed for the best inter
est of the stockholders to accept.
The right to use the term "American
Sugar Befinory" was also sold with
the propoity, but tho local company
reserved the privilege of contitiuing
its corporate existence under its old
Tho American Sugar Refinery
Company is in a peculiar position. It
is a fully organized and officered
body, with plenty of capital, but hav
ing no business, factory or plant. The
company intends to engage in some
business, the nature of which has
not yet been determined upon. It is
probable that the corporation may
embark in tun beet sugar industry.
The purchase of the works of the
Amcricon Sugar Refinery Company
is a private venture on the part of
Messrs. Havenieyer fe Elder. Tho
icfinery, under the new manage
ment, will not be controlled directly
by tho Eastern Sugar Trust, as that
is managed by another company, al
though Havenieyer it Elder are tho
principal stockowners in tho sugar
A'oltce uiultr tUt head art chrrgtd 10 ctnlt
ptr line for Iheflrtt insertion, and 6 etnt$ per line
every aaditivnat insertion.
J RASTER Kggs foi tin- lllllu our., III
li liart & Uo.'b Candy Ston-, Hti'l
-u ee . 2S5 3t
OSTER Hir in irriiir Aus thhl in
n.irt & C.'o'o (Juiidy Fabric, Hoti4
mi et. 225 St
A DIVIDEND. .f Tnree Dollars per
hh re will bu paid to the share,
li lib rs of tho In cr Islan I Steam Navi.
jrtlon Co, on W'KMNIiSDAY, April
X .tli iiibt. atthuirodlee,o i Queen street.
Sem-try I. 1. b. N Co.
Honolulu, April 10, U8S. 225 3t
MR. C. 1JOLTE Is hereby authorized
to sie. our firm mimu by procura
mm. 31. S. GRINHAUM. & CO.
Honolulu, Apiil 12, ibtJD. 23 Iw
HON. SA3IUEL M. DAMON holds
iny poM;r of utioruoy to act for
me duiing my nbrunco from thin King
dom. CHAS. R. IUSHOP.
Honolulu, April 12, 1689. 233 Iw
ALL parties who aro indebted to tho
fliui ot Egiin is Co, 75 and 77
Fort streel, mc requeued to make an
iinnudi i to Ktilt'incut. Legal actions
w ill lm taken nn all account which re.
main unpaid May 1, 18B'J. 2v3 id
For San Francisco,
The Fat Bailing Burkentino
4S. G. WILDER,"
O.ptaln A. II. Paul,
Will have quick dUputch for tho
t3f"For freight or paasigo apply to
F. A. BCHAEFER & CO.,
225 tf Agents.
'THE "WEEKLY BULLETIN
jL W columns, purely local matter
M dlcd tj foreign countries, $S pur
Ocwic Sloaiasl Unify.
Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
.Iu no 7.
Jin v 21.
IJy order of .1, W Knlun, Admlnic
trtuor of the Estate of J L Kapakabl,
of Lnlnilna, Maul, deceased, I will bo I
at Public Auction, at the Government
Pound, Walluku, filaui,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The following animals:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian fired Horses,
i Tame iincnL.:e: i
T. W. EVERETT,
Walluku, Maul, Apill 8, 189. 210 til
Itoud Carts For Sale.
!5 -"L price, an invoice
."y- ot lino light K Mil Carte,
juo i l'imvciI fiom Chlcacn, nt Hie
HAWAIIAN CAK. M'K'G CO..
2)0 .W (Jilrl II s irit
AS I pj'fti I to el se mil ui I'llMness
on April 25tb, I Hive notice that
all wati'hc'i niul jeweliy, irft over three
months fur ii-ii'tir. will he fold at auc
tion, if iku chinned mi t lint date. All
outstanding nu'oui.U not paid on April
:i()th, will be placed in the hands of a
i o lector.
2J0 id MAX UCICAKT.
BY mutual consent the partnership
heretofore existing between Manuel
I'igueira and Jose do Freitas, under tho
firm name of Figuoira & Co., has this
day been dlsolved; Figuelra continuing
the business nnd assuming all liabilities
contracted by sid Figuoira & Co , up
to April 8, 1881)
JOSE de FREITAS.
Ilonolulu, April lit. 1889. 223 3t
rPIIE Sul Fong Company having this
JL day purchased lite "Coiniopolitun"
Heetaurant from Mr. J tin lice, will here,
afirrcany it on as a llrst class, eating
house. The proprietors will spare no
pains to make the plucu attractive and
satisfactory to customers.
SUI FONG COMPANY,
by Hop Sing.
Ilonolulu, April , 1P89. 219 Iw
NOTICE' is hereby given that Jun
lice having tliis day hold out his
Interest Iu the "Cosmopolitan' Itcstau
rant, lately can-led on liy him on
Ilcthcl street, adjoining tin; pn mlses
of i.essrs Castle it Cooke, to the Sul
Fong Company, from and after the 9th
Inst., said linn will collect all accounts
and pay all bills connected with bald
business and the said Jun lice will col
lect all outstanding accounts. Jim lice
alone being aulitiileil to iccclpt for
same, and will pay all chiiins against,
tho restaurant to tho above mentioned
date. .ILN IITJE.
Honolulu, April 8, 1889. 218 lw
Just received pei birk "O. N.
Wilcox" fiom Germany.
roit hai.i: iv
H. HACKFELD & CO.
llas jubt arrived wi I. u i
From Englund and Oormany.
von ham: at
H. Hackfeld & Oo.'s.
JUST TO HAEfD !
lVr "J. X. WILCOX.'
A Fresh Supply of the
Celebrated Genuine Bavarian
''Sralp-aten Hracu "
In Quaitu & Pints.
F. A. SCHAEFER &Co.
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
T wish to call attention to tho ladles that the Stock has
been selected personally and the
Dry Goods ! Fancy Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing, etc., etc.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To be had nt the Temple of Fashion.
Wo Invito Inspection -teaser No Trouble to Show Goods
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
JtSSyOn account of the death of Sir. Simon Colin the entire nevr anil
magnificicnt stock will lie sold for cash at anil below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots", Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll Telephouc, GO -a figy
Ho. U Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, HYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Cnso;
SCOTCH ana IRISH WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fino it Very Cheap Qualities, n& are wanted ;
QiBUSj in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Sent B'rund irf tlio MiwUet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bittei-H, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinuri Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfamlel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Iliosliug-, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
gjT All of which will bo sold AT LOWEST KATES by
2170 tf Manager.
KM) FOUT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles ! .
AgentB for P. Lorillaid k Co.'a Tobaccos, &. W. S. Kimball fc Go.'-
Tobaoco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street.
mcU-24-87 ' T-
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
aXutmil Xelcphouo, tif I
Sale a Full Assortment of-
STER & CO.,
d DKALI'.RS IK-
Ujfc'Cft ti -
J k fc. L. -rf