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TIIUKSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889.
Stinr O It RUlion from Koolnu
Sclir Wnli-liu from Kiunl
Stmr Iwalutil from lliiiimkuu
Wlmlcr Hen Hanger from New Hiltonl
U S S Alci t for Satno l at 1 u nt
Stinr Knnla for Vt alultisiutid Watamie at
0 u m
Sclir Mary for Kmiul
Sclir ICiilaiiianu for Hiilnwu
Stmr .1 A Uitiiinitiis for Koolau nt 0 a m
Sclir 51111b 51 orris for Koolau
Schr t'alcritm for Hawaii
Fr bark Hon for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr 0 II Bishop for YYalnnac, Wulalua
and Koolau at !l a m
Stmr Kinmi for Volcano ami way ports
nt 2 p in
llktnc S G Wilder for Sau Francisco at
1 p in
For Kauai, per steamer Walaleale,
April 17 lion A S Wilcox.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr J A ( uiiiinlns 700 bags sugar.
Stmr 0 It llisliop 1 1 bags sugar.
The S G Wilder sails on Friday at
1 p in with 1050 tons of sugar for Ran
Tlio W II Dlinoud sails at noon on
Saturday with u full cargo of Mtgar for
The lM-cnch bark Itou takes nearly 00
Chinese steerage passengers to Ilong-ko"S-
FKASElt In Sau Francisco, March 31,
to the wife of Harry L. Fraser, a
MALTBY THE BICYCLIST.
Mr. L. J. Levcj' has made ar
rangements with Prof. Emil Mel
ville to appear in conjunction with
W. S. Maltby,tho bicycle trick rider,
to give a trapeze performance.
Melville can do some wonderful
feats on the trapeze. Speaking of
a performance by Mallb', a Mel
bourne paper says: "The feats which
were performed were simply as
tounding. Mr. Maltby seems as
much at home on the bicycle as on
mother earth, and can do almost
anything on it. He stood erect upon
it ; worked the pedals with his legs
over the handle bar ; sat on a pedal
and worked the machine with his
body; rode with the small wheel off
the lloor; rode the large wheel alone
in various wa3's; and performed
other most -wonderful feats."
LADIES' SOCIETY MEETING.
The ladies of the Central Union
church held their quarterly business
meeting in the church parlors this
morning at 10 o'clock. There was
ii very large attendance. The time
was occupied in discussing the best
way of doing the Society's share
for the new church which is soon to
be erected at the corner of Bereta
nia and Richard streets. Other
matters were discussed. The plans
of the new church were exhibited
and if carried out a very handsome,
commodious, and convenient struct
ure will be erected, an ornament to
At noon the gentlemen were in
vited to partake of lunch with the
result that there was a "crowded
house." And such a lunch. There
were salad, sandwiches, biscuits,
pork and beans, coffee, cake, straw
berries uud cream, etc. It was a
most elegant spread and the ladies
were most assiduous in their atten
tion to those who attended. When
the ladies of Central Union church
undertake anything, it is bound to
be a success, and this lunch was
such in every way. A young man
cannot help but feel right at home
amongst them. It is to bo hoped
that the ladies will issue another in
vitation at as early a date as possi
ble. UNDERWATER LIGHT.
The following rather "mixed" ex
tract is from an artie'e in the St.
Louis "Republic," on "electrical
Jumes Cnmpbell of Honolulu,
Sandwich Islands, recently devised
a scheme which'he rightly conject
ured would prove of great benefit to
him in the fishing business. The
idea was presented to David J. Har
ris, who is general manager of the
Kleetiieal Accumulator Company,
which has its office lu the Commer
cial building, and by him pro
nounced feasible. It embraces the
btorago of a current from incandes
cent dynamos, which in this case are
located in Mr. Campbell's residence
in Honolulu. Thess batteries are then
placed on the fishing smacks belong
ing to his company, and arc con
nected with oidinary incandescent
lamps of about flO-candlo power, in
closed in hermetically sealed glass
globes, which are in turn protected
by wires. About half a dozen are
then lowered from the sides of the
boat into tho water to an average
depth of six feet. This is done at
night when there could otherwise be
no tlshing, and tlio fish, attracted by
the strange light, swarm about like
insects around a lamp. The in
crease in the catch 1ms been so very
considerable that the plan has made
the originator a rich man. The out
fit for tlio work was arranged under
the direction of Mr. Harris,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Ukai) in another column particu
culnrs o( u desirable investment.
Mn. Peter Leo has been appointed
a member of tlio Knit Bond Board.
Somi: spicy ovidotico is being
bt ought, out in the ciini. cotr.c.iFU.
Nnw Zealand jniiw are advertised
for sale nt low rates by .1. E. Brown
Mn. Tlieo. P. Soverin, photograph
ed the Police Station building this
To-day is the twenty-fifth anniver
sary of the battle of Ducppler
Coi,. Thompson thinks that birch
bark could be used for writing love
Don't forget to ordci your hot cios
buns. "You pays your money and
takes your choice."
A youno man with plantation ex
perience wants a situation to look af
ter slock, or as hum.
Tun volunteer boys of No. 2 En
gine Co. will hold a drill at 7:30
o'clock this evening.
V. O. S. Jinks is in town, and will
spend a few days with his friend
Bumps at the hotel Boston.
The officers of the Y. M. C. A. for
the ensuing year will he elected at a
meeting to be held this evening.
Tiik barkentino S. G. Wilder sails
at noon on Saturday, for San Fran
cisco, with a full cargo of sugar.
John Dohcrty and John A. French
liavo been committed for trial to tlio
Supreme Court, on a charge of rob
bery. To-jioiikow being Good Friday, the
second congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will lipid service at 11
o'clock a. in.
Mr. E. Kopko Ihih been appointed
Chairman of the Road Board of
Waimea, on the island ui Kauai, in
place of A. Robinson.
Tun barkentino W. II. Diniond is
bulletined to carry a mail to San
I'Vnninspn finm l.lin lVwt. OfTiro. on
Satuidny. It closes at 11 a. m.
It being Maundy Thuisdny a spe
cial meeting of Nuuanu Chapter of
Rose Cioiv No. 1, A. and S. It., will
be held this evening, at 7 :.'0 o'clock.
Tnrntn is a large hole in the Wai
kiki biidgc, caused by a broken
plank, and if it is not promptly re
paired, there will be a fictions acci
dent some day.
Thk regular meeting of the Debat
ing Society will be held this evening.
Subject, "Resolved that the jury
system lias outgrown its usefulncfcs
and may safely be abolished."
A lawyer walking away from the
Post Office this morning said, ho had
been unable to find the Iteveicnd
Wundonbeig in that building. A
bystander referred him to Jinks.
Mr. Paul Isonburg Jr. will sing at
the Dairy Maid Social at the Y. M. C.
A. hall, Satin day evening. It is ru
mored Paul will sing:
Where are you going my pretty ninid?
Going a-milkiiig, kind Sir, she said.
A novelty brought to the Bulle
tin office to-day, by Mr. Hubbard,
Sr., and left here for exhibition, is a
four-legged niyiiah bird. Never saw
a four legged bird before, but this one
has four fully developed, sure enough.
Mn. T. K. James, formerly with the
Pacific Mail S. S. Co., ia now steward
on the O. S. S. Co.'s steamship Zea
laudia. Passengers who came hero
by the Zealandia on Sunday last
speak in tho most commendatory
tonus of the new steward, and of the
excellent meals served on the
Thk O. S. S. Co.'s time tables, dis
tiibuted at the office of W. G. Irwin
it Co., yesterday afternoon, contained
an incorrect data tlio Zealandia
leaving Honolulu on the 27th in
stead of the 21th of August. Cor
rected tinio tables have been printed
and can bo obtained at tho office of
W. G. It win & Co.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co! A Honolulu Rifles, at
Drill Lelciohoku Guards, at 7:.10.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society, at usual time
Regular monthly meeting of Y.
M. C. A. at 7 :0.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1 R. A.
M. at 7:80.
Drill of Volunteer Boys Co. No.
2, at 7:80.
Meeting Pioneer Club at usual
time and place.
Departure of the s.s. Kiuau for
the Volcano and way ports at 2 p.
Hot Cross Huns from 5 a. in. to 5
p. m. at Love's and Horn's.
Special services at St. Androw's
and the Roman Catholic Cathedrals.
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A WHALER ARRIVED.
The whaling bark Sea Ranger ar
rived off port this morning from
New Bedford in charge of Capt.
Sherman. She has eighty live bar
rels of sperm oil on board. Capt.
Cogan who has been in Honolulu
for some time awaiting )ier arrival
will proceed m her to the Arctic,
DAIL"? BBI&HEEEBT: HQNOLUIiU, H I
imiwiuiiimwi in man
A But.T.rriN reporter interviewed
Mr. J. M. Macdonald on his return
from llilo, yesterday, and the fol
lowing information, regarding the
progress of the Volcano road, etc.,
Reporter Well, Mac, how were
you plcnscd with your trip to the
Mac Everything was satisfac
tory, and I was much pleased with
every part of the journey the whole
trip was like a beautiful panorama,
pleasing to the eye and instructive
to the mind.
Rep. What is the progress ofthc
Volcano road so far as grading and
grubbing are concerned ?
Mac. The grubbing extends five
miles from llilo, and the grading is
being energetically pushed within a
few hundred yards of the grubbers.
Rep. Can you describe the road
bed as it is and will be when finish
ed? Mac. Yes. The roadbed is from
Hi to 18 feet widu with 10 feet in
the "clear," and this width gives
ample room for teams to pass each
other. The graders, CO in number,
are nearly a mile into the first woods
which arc at this point 3 miles wide ;
and the superintendent, Mr. Marlm,
estimates that he will be about two
months in getting the work con
structed through the timber, after
which the progress through the ferns
will be rapid. The" last mile of the
road already graded is very substan
tial and there has been a good deal
of rock blasted the debris having
been used to fill up the hollows.
The whole wotk is well done, so far,
and Mr. Marl in has proved himself a
good road-maker. Much of the
road, when finished, will be neatly
level and the steepest grade will not
exceed six per cent. The accepted
survey runs to the loft of the pre
sent track to tho Volcano, and tho
new road will avoid much of the
pahoehoe and iuterscct rich dark
colored alluvial lands for miles be
fore reaching the half-way house.
With a grade of not more thau six
per cent, in any place, and a good
hard road, a buggy drive from llilo
to the Volcano House need not ex
ceed live hours, while the return
journey could be made easily in A
hours. The scenery through which
the load will pass is pretty, and
doubtless will be interesting to
tourist), from its tropical character.
Rep. Did 3-ou travel on the new
Mac. Yes. I went up the horse
track, but I came down the surve
and took full notes. In places the
old track is crossed, and sometimes
followed where it i suitable. The
horse track crocs straight over emi
nences; but the new road will go
around these, and, in the end, will
not be much longer as several shorter
cuts aro made to counterbalance the
windings. When finished, this new
Volcano road will be a great advan
tage to llilo in many ways, as well
as to tourist travel.
Rep. Was the Volcano active
during your visit?
Mac. No. The boiling lava was
about 12 feet below the surface of
both lakes, one of which was about
400 feet in diameter, and the other
about 150 feet. The distance be
tween these lakes was about 800
yards'; and the larger one is on the
western base ot Halemaumau, a pile
of irregular rocks near the centre of
the great crater. There were no
lava Hows during my visit; but
there was one a few dnj's befoie,
which, by the time I passed over it,
had cooled and assumed an appear
ance similar to the surroundings.
Rep. Were there many visitors
during your stay at the Volcano
Mac. Some four or live, two of
whom were from the Kau side. The
weather was very line -during my
A RARE GRANGE.
On the last steamer Mr. Theo. 1
Severin received a new set of instru
ments, and is now prepared to make
views of residences at the remark
ably small sum of $G per dozen.
The work is guaranteed and satis
faction given, all orders receiving
prompt attention. This is a good
opportunity for sending views of.
home and surroundings to friends
abroad, and home industry sdiould
always be given the preference.
HIS CONSCIENCE TROUBLED HIM.
The day that Mr. J. T. Water
house, Sr., left Honolulu on his last
trip to the States, ho missed a crys
tal watch which he had left on his
dining room table. A day or two
before Mr. Henry Waterhouse loft
Sau Francisco on his return home
he found a parcel at the office of
Williams, Dimond & Co., addressed
to him. Upon opening it, it contain
ed the lost watch. The party who
had stolen it had evidently got con
science stricken and look tho first
opportunity of returning the watch.
ONE USE FOR OPIUM.
A Chinaman was brought up in
the Police Court thjs morning
charged with having opium unlaw
fully in possession. When arrested
the other day a small quantity of
opium mixed with lemon Juice was
found in a purse in his pockets. It
was claimed that ho had used this
preparation simply as a remed' for
stomachache. Dr. Chan Tin Sang was
called and continued this statement.
Under the circumstances the prose;
cutlon ontercd a nolle pros. As
the defendant was leaving the Court
his counsel told him not to Lmve the
stomach nclic any more.
MAIL FOR SAN FRAIICISGO.
Tho barkentino S. C4. Wilder sails
for Sau Francisco at 1 o'clock to
morrow aftei noon. A mail will be
forwarded by her from the Post Of
fice, which closes nt noon.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
To-morrow being Good Friday, or
Holy Friday, the sorvicos at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral will be as
follows: 10 a. in,, service with the
singing of the passion. 8 p. in.,
station of the cross. 8 p. in., Eng
lu this issue appears the pro
gramme of the races to be held
Kamehameha Day, Tuesday June
11 th, under the auspice of tho Ha
waiian Jockey Club. In all there
aro fourteen events, ten running and
four Uotting races. The programme
is subject to change. From a glance
nt the piogiainmc it looks ns if the
coining meeting would be one of tho
most successful ever held on the isl
ands. U. S. S. ALERT.
The U. S. S. Alert, Capt. J. G.
Green, sailed at 1 o'clock sharp this
afternoon for Samoa. Since receiv
ing her orders by the Zcalandia she
has taken in stores and coaled. Her
decks, the olllceis cabins, and the
messrooms, presented a very beauti
ful appearance this morning, filled
as llicy were with the choicest of
llowcrs nnd all kinds of tiopical
fruits, sent by friends from shore.
Punctually at 1 o'clock the vessel
left her mooring in the naval row to
the strains of the Hawaiian Band,
which was stationed on thctugEIeu.
A large number of ladies and gen
tlemen wore on board the lug. As
the Alert passed out ot the harbor
the merchant vessels in port dipped
their Hags which was responded to
by the man-of-war. Passing the
lighthouse the band played Auld
Lang Syne. The tug went right out
the harbor with the Alert.
The Sydney "Morning Herald"
of February 18th lias an editorial on
Music which concludes as follows:
"What has our Govt-riiincut done
for music? The recapitulation would
not cover half an inch of this column.
We have not a good brass band in
the colony not a really good one.
Wc have not a really fine orchestra.
There is nothing on which one could
lay one's finger and say, 'This help
to musical culture was given by the
Government of the country.' Vain
attempts have been made to estab
lish bras3 band, and the Govern
ment has gone so far as to erect
some stands in Hyde Park for 'the
Centennial' or some other band to
play there, but cui bono? Nobody
here thinks of going to hear a band
play. It is not the fault of the peo
ple. There is little or nothing to go
to hear. If art cannot exist without
encouragement from the State, then
it should be encouraged in a practical
manner. There is an infinitely bet
ter band in Honolulu, the islands
which were known once a3 the Can
nibal Islands, than here. Why? It
receives Government support. It
has a German leader, thoroughly
competent, and it is admirably
trained. We might take a lesson
f i oni Kalakaua's kingdom. We
might take a lesson from South
Australia and from Victoria, and
establish a chair of music in
the Univeisity; and wo might,
better than all, give State aid to a
properly organised orchestra under
a competent conductor. Musical
education will never he what it
should be hero till something of the
sort is done. Wc have given abun
dant evidence mat our instincts are
right let now our tastes and capac
ities be developed,"
DELICIOUS Pure Ice Cream, fresh
every day, oi.ly $2 per gallon, at
tho Pioneer Steam Candy Factory nnd
Bakery, Hotel sticut, between Nuuanu
and Fort street. '1W !Jt
j-ASTER Kggs for the little oiicj, at
.1 j nan cc uu.'.s .;
Candy Store, Hotel
OSTER Kler in gro-w-r A'hwuIiI in
Hurl & Co 's Ciimly Fubrlc, Hotel
street. W.j tit
Desirable Investment !
A TPKNTIMN is cnlleil to
3vft r .Mill iiT :i 1 mr.rWnll,,,,,.
nearly hum. containlm: u trior.
dining-room, 4 bedroom1, kl elicn, Imth.
loom and Hiuor.clooct, vcrii,da, stnblc,
wagon.bhed, 'hiiUrn lioin-u uud yard,
lloftur ganii'ii. etc. Lot !Ij100 feet,
and leased lot itilj'ihilni; iri7"5 feet,
Bituaiu at Ka;jlaiiia, maiiltu hide of
King street. Tlico premises will moli.
nbly he -old at ,i gnai l trnin at Put),
lie Auction on SATURDAY, April SO,
1P8'J, at 12 o'olne!; no in, by Junius F.
Morgan, mn ti ineur; uiiilir forc)jMiro
to batlsfy it ninrtgngu of $1,C00 Inlerogt
and colts, Panics iIchIi iiii: a goi.il In.
vestment will do uoll i intend. 227 at
BY it Voiing Man to take charge of
stock or p. a hum. Has had plants,
lion experience. Atlilretis "Imnn," this
ofllce. V27 3t
THIS aftcinoon on Fort or King
8lre'-l, between Fiblii'l'H store and
Palatini, a pkcu of Ulstck Figured .Silk.
Return to Mr 8. Achi or thin ofllce 2!,1 1 w
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand Jams, astorled cases, For
sulo at low prices by
J. E. BltOWN & CO.,
227 U S8HcrcliutstrHt.
ABXL Id, IfiSD.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commence nt 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
RUNNING RACE. )A mile dash.
Frco for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 milo dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
3rd KING'S PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
lieuts; best S in i) to harness. 11a.
v.ailan bred horse?.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE:
RUNNING RACE 1$ mile dash.
l lee h'l a I
5th GOVERNOR D0MIN1S' CUP:
RUNNING HACK. ?.f milo dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
Glh WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Three miniito
class. Jlllu heats; best B in 3. For
all horses that have never beaten 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
RUNNING RACE. SwccpBtnkcs
l r, J.f mlludath For Hawaiian
iired a year oiu. ill entries tilled
an t .-loird 18SS.
8th K.1PI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Free
101 ..Sl Mlli- ll-:if-; Ihm :'. i, f. All
lior - i h H'rniii ot ',': 0 ! b -tier
lo lie ha illr ;j d
9lh R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. I mile dash.
Free for v, wu.ner lo beat 1 :4Df.
To be rim for ainiiially
IQUi HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP,
and S added:
RUNNING RACE. mile heats;
be3t 2 in 3. Hawaiian tired horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years. Win.
ncr hist year, Wnterford Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING nnd PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 3. For all horses
not having a record of 2 M0 or
better. To bo driven by members
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERF0RD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. l,y mile dash.
Hawsiii.iu bred Iioihcs.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.' CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile dash. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
3rd quarter and 4th quarter. Ha
waiian bred horses.
14th PONY RACE:
RUNNING. 1 mile dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha
S" The nrocramnic ii tubjccl to
Stmrs "UMATILLA" S "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
.lubt received per hark "U. N.
Wilcox" from Germany.
I'OK NAM! BY
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
Haa just arrived with an
From England and Ucrmany.
Fon nam: at
H. Haokfeld & Oo.'s.
j.uuw wAummuJ1 wwu ftuj frtpa
In Every Department !
1 wish to call attention to the ladies that the Stock luia
been selected personally and the
Dry Goods ! Fancy Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing1, etc, etc.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To be had at tlio Temple of Fashion.
We Invite Inspection -as- No Trouble to Show Goods
75 & 77 Fort St EGAS
CfiyOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
mngiiilicieiit stock will be sold for cash at and 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, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wc 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 birying at the "AHCADE" you can save money.
JBoll Telephone, CO -a 8
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on band and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, "RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Cftbe;
fesoo-x-oje: aila ijaisja whisky,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine tfc Very Cheap Qualities, aa aro wanted ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Ulack), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom. Gin, 13ewt Brand In tho AXnrlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands ot
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apolliimri Water, Kuinmels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziniiiiulel, Maliigti, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, lliesling, nocks, Etc, Etc.
gjBgr All of which will bo hold AT LOWEST KATES by
100 FOIIT STltEET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agonta for I Lorillard & Co.'s Tobaccon, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works
umx,ytH i.ittA.HBuiiiMWiIria)lJ,mi n,imtiiiwWMtBrtWH
& FORT STREETS.
of New Goods
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
jIntiuil Telephone, 37 1
STER & CO.,
d DKALKK8 IN-
73 Hotel Street.
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