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SATUHDAY, APRIL 20, 1889.
Sclir Ka Mol from Knholalolc
tttmr.lus Makcc from ICntml
Stair Knulii from Wulmiue and Waiulua'
St tin- MokollI from MnloUai
Selir I.iliotllio fiom l.ulmliiu
Stmr l(.'liti:i,froin llunmkuu
fcSttur Polo from HamaUiia
Scln l.ealil from Hawaii
Stmr. I A Cummin from Koolau
Btmr Klliiitca Hon for Hawaii
Bark S U Alluu for Ban Francisco
HUnc Planter for San Francls-co
lltne W 11 Dlmoiul for Sau Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr .Tas Makce for Kapaa at 5 p nv
SchrKa Mol for Hawaii
Stmr Kaala for Walalua uiul Wnlaiino
at t) a m
Stmr okolli for Molokat
Schr Llholilio for Lalialna
Schr I.ealit for Koliala
Stinrlwalanl for Lalialna and Ilania-
kua at 10 a m
Stmr Lchua for Hamakna and Hllo ports
at 4 p m
For Maul, Hawaii and Volcano, per
stmr Klnuu, April 10 For the Volcano:
Miss Loliman, Miss V Lolnnan, MUs
Folger, Mis Kvans, Miss Seidell, Airs .1
(J Seidell, J A Falser, Jr, E O Macfar
latie, Mr Scldcn, Airs lielloo. For
the other ports: A Bailey and Mr,
liailey, Miss Maronle, Mrs Alexander
nud child, E F Zumwalt, L'W Ziiuiwalt,
LM. Baldwin, D L Xaonc, Mr Lehman.
,T A Low, W W Gooda'c, G W C Jones,
Mrs M D Monsarrat, mirso and two
children, A T Atkinson, Miss Atkinson,
Miss Aliloua and GO deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrJas Makec 2575 bags sugar.
Schr Ka Mol 3340 hags sugar.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
4:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March The Xayy M Mocker
Overture Titus Mozart
Finale Taiiiihau.ser Wagner
Keniinisei'iiees of Balfe Godfrey
Waltz The Yeomen of the Guard '
Polka Black Hussars Millocker
DAIRY MAID SOCIAL.
This Saturday evening, April
20th, at 7:00 o'clock, a Dairy
Maid Social, under the auspices of
the Y. W. O. T. Union will take
place at the Y. M. C. A. hall. An
attractive programme of pantomimes
and tableaux will be given, and
ginger bread and milk served. All
arc cordially invited to come. Young
people will be heartily welcomed.
Admission, 25 cents.
To-morrow, April 21st, is Easter
Sunday, and will be observed in the
churches with special services as
ST. ANDKKW'S CAT11KDKAI..
Fiiist Congkegation : Choral
celebration of the Iloly Communion
0:30 a. m. ; morning prayer, choral
with sermon, special Easter hymns
and other music at 9 :30 a. m. Choral
Evensong with special hymns at 0
Skcond Conguegation: Choral
Celebration of the Holy Communion
at 7 :4a a. in. Morning prayer with
sermon by Rev. George Wallace at
11:15 a. m., when the following
-music will be rendered:
Special Easter hymns.
Tallis' Festival responses.
Te Deum in C Luard Selby
Jubilate In U Luaid Selby
Anthem Break forth Into Joy..Barnby
Following this service will be a
celebration of Holy Communion.
Evening prayer with sermon at 7:30
p. in., wben will be sung special
Easter hymns and the anthem, "He
is risen", by C. Simper. The offer
ings of the congregation at the'
morning and evening services will
be for parochial expenses.
K01IAN CATHOLIC CATIIKDUAL.
Low masses (5 and 7 a. m. High
Pontifical Mass at 10 a. m., when
will bo" sung Knitzy's Pastoral M,ass,
Kyric', Gloria, Credo, Sanclus.Beue
dictus, Agnus Dei, and KeginaCoeli
by Werner. The St- Louis College
Orchestra will accompany certain
parts of the mass. It will be fol
lowed by baptism of infants and
adults. At 3 p. in. confirmation.,
followed' by the suylng of the holy
rosary and the benediction of the
Most Blessed Sacrament.
CKNTitAI, UNION CIIUltCH.
At 11 a. in., Kaater festival by
the pupils of the Sunday school.
The church choir will render a Te
Deum n G, by Moseulhal. At the
close of the service there will be a
baptism of children. Service at
7:30 p. m. with uu Kastcr address.
Satuuuav, April 20th.
Forando forfeited bail of 80 for
P. A. Dias, charged with libel,
was remanded to the 24th.
Kaulnhea, deserting contract with
Allen & Kobinson, was ordered to
return und, pay $3 costs.
1 A Baltimore sportsman has a collec
tion of deer horns that are valued at
$10,000. The finest specimen is
frouva deer killed in Colorado. It
lias fifteen prongs.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-Monnow is Easter Sunday.
A child's ombroidcrcd dress was
lost this morning.
Hon. Fred II. Ilayncldeti arrived
from Lnnai tliis nuiiniug, and as
usual did not forget bis many friends.
Mn. A. T. Atkinson, lnspectoi
General of schools, left ycsteiday foi
Maui, to riintlut't I In noiiual class on
.Mil. Horn sent a batch of bis de
licious hot cioss bun to the- IbiM.i:
tin alike this noon. They weio pro
Special music will be tendered at
11 :lfi- a. in. servico of the second the
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, Sunday morning.
The mail for San IJrancisco'by the
bnrkentino W. 11. Dimond and bark
S. O. Allen, cIoscb at the Post Office
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Tun Easter Praise Scivieo at the
Central Union Church announced
for to-morrow evening has been post
poned to Sunday evening, April 28th.
J. P. Bowen it Co. have made a
contract with Lucas & Co. for exten
sive improvements to bo made at the
European Restaurant. As work will
commence on Monday next, the
place will be closed after supper this
evening until further notice.
Dairy Maid Social at Y. M. C. A.
hall, at 7:30.
Band concert at Emma Square,
at -1 :30.
On Saturday evening, April 27th,
Mr. Felix Ollert, the pianist, will
give a piano recital in the Hawaiian
Opera House, on which occasion he
will play nine classical pieces. Mr.
Ollert will be assisted by J. W.
Yarndley, violinist, and other local
talent. Full particulars will apper
A RARE CHANCE.
On the last steamer Mr. Theo. P.
Severin received a new set of instru
ments, and is now prepared to make
iews of residences at the remark
ably small sum of SO per dozen.
The work is guaranteed and satis
faction given, all orders receiving
prompt attention. This is a good
opportunity for sending views of
Lome and surroundings to friends
abroad, and home industry should
always be given the preference.
AN EDITOR ARRESTED.
On Friday Mr. P. A. Dias, editor
of the Portuguese paper, "O Luso
Hawaiiano," was arrested on a war
rant charging him with libel. Dias
gave a bond in the sum of 8500 for
his appearance in the Police Court.
This morning Dias appeared in
Court, when he was charged on the
complaint of one J. -R. Silva, with
having published in his paper on
March 30th, an article headed "Sale
of Portuguese girls in the Hawaiian
Islands." Paul Neuuaan appeared
to assist the prosecution; W. A.
Whiting for Dias. By agreement
of counsel the case was continued
to Wednesday, April 2-lth.
THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
In regard to the article, "Don't
Look Right," in the Bulletin of
Thursday, April 18, 1889, jt ap
pears that Joe Fernandez, the de
fendant, wqs in the employ of Mr.
Peterson, Deputy Attorney-General,
at the time of the alleged assault,
and that Mr. Peterson was a wit
ness on defendant's behalf, but
Peterson at the calling of the case
was sick at his home, and could not
attend Court; that he P. did not
act as counsel for Joe and told him
so, but being his emplo3-er P. con
sidered that he had a right to see
that counsel for defendant was ob
tained ; that as a man said employer
P. did ask for a continuance. Mr.
"Whiting acted at the trial as coun
sel for defendant. Joe was acquit
ted. The evidence showed at the
trial that the prosecuting witness
had often caused trouble on the
private road, where the alleged as
sault look place, another prosecut
ing witness was really to blamo in
From the foregoing it would ap
pear that no blame for improper in
terference, etc., can justly attach to
the Deputy Attorney-General.
Last evening, Good Friday ser
vices were held at the Roman Catho
lic Cathedral, at 7 :30 o'clock. This
being the most solemn of ail the
Lenten season the commemoration
of the death of the Saviour the ser
vices were of the simplest nature,
there being no benediction of the
Most Blessed Sacrament. His
Lordship the Bishop of Olba preach
ed in English a very eloquent and
able sermon on the subject of "Obe
dience." The Right Reverend
speaker used the life and conduct of
the Saviour as evidence of the duty
of man to yield obedience to all su
perior authority, citing His action in
giving obedience to the legal powers
who so cruelly and unjustly condemn
ed him. From this he drew n powerful
and logical picture of that duty
which all owe, in governmental,
social and family relations, to those
who in authority are over them.
The cathedral was filled to repletion
with an attentive and devout con
gregation. IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,.
L advertise it la the "Dally Bulletin."
DAILY 'BOTliHlffiCN: HONOLULU, Eb, L,
A NEW YACHT.
THE LATEST CHALLENGEl! KOIt THE
The London correspondent of the
New York llciald telegraphs the
following account of an interview he
had March 20th with Lord Dun
raven in rcgai d to his lordship's
proposed challenge for the America's
When was your challenge posted?
Lust Thursday, Mai eh 21st, Lord
Dunraven replied. It should reach
New York to-morrow. It is address
ed to the Secretary of the New Yoik
Yacht Club. It was drawn up by
the Royal Yacht Squadron, who
proffer the challenge on my behalf.
It was couched in the customary
terms and, of course, gave Hie
necessary particulars of the yacht.
But, besides this, 1 wrote privately
to the club, making 'certain sugges
tions as to the details of races. To
begin with, I proposo that the win
ning average should be the best
three out of five, instead of two out
of three, and Hie sailing date of the
first race I suggested as Sept. 30.
If three races are agreed upon, the
second and third races will follow
on Oct. 2 and 4. The six months'
notice required gives American
builders an opportunity of turning
out special boats, in the construction
of which they would naturally be
guided sorucwhat by the data fur
nished in my challenge. 1 also want
the races to bo sailed outside, start
ing from Scotland or Sandy Hook
lightship. I consider the inside
course too crowded.
Can you give me the dimensions
of your boat?
Here the3" arc. But don't run
away with the idea that I have had
a new boat constructed specially for
the America's cup. I want to use
it for racing over here in place of
the Petronilla, which carried off ten
or eleven flags last year. There is
nothing very special in the construc
tion of the Valkyrie, for that is the
name the cutter is to be christened
when she leaves Fay's yard on the
21st of next month. Mr. Watson
designed her and she is fitted with a
' place for a centreboard, but I do
not think one will be used. The
registered dimensions are as follows :
Length, 85 feet; beam, 15.9 feet;
depth, 11.0 feet; tonnage, 50.7G.
The length on the load-water line is
just under seventy feet, so as to
come within the second, or seventy
foot class of American yachts. The
keel was cast Feb. 5. I cannot,
with sufficient accuracy, give you
the other dimensions, as I am
troubled with a somewhat defective
memory and might make mistakes
which would be misleading.
I shall take twelve or fourteen
men, continued the earl, after a
pause, and I intend to run over to
the States for the matches, but I
shall not go out on my yacht. My
time is so fully occupied over here
that I have leisure only for flying
visits. If I had an opportunity, I
should very much like to go in for a
season's racing all round the Am
erican coast; and by the way, I
wish some of the American yacht
owners would come here and try
conclusions with us on our own
So I understand, the Valkyrie is
being built on conventional English
lines, narrow and heavy, as oppos
ed to the American plan of plenty
We think a comparatively heavy,
deep body to be the type best suited
to the conditions mentioned, and, as
I have stated, the Valkyrie is in
tended for racing here.
It may interest you to learn, his
lordship continued, that an Anieii
can syndicate proposes to start an
other international contest, on some
what similar lines to those that form
the basis of the America cup races.
Mr. J. Beavor Webb of New York
has addressed a letter to me on the
subject. The cup is to take its
name fiom the first winner, and is
to be confined to yachts not exceed
ing seventy feet on the load-water
line. The first race is to be sailed
over the Newport course, and re
sults aic to be based on the best
two races out of three, or the best
threo out of five, the races being
completed before Oct. 30. Doubt
less this is a circular letter, and has
been addressed to other yacht own
ers besides myself. I have written
that, subject to agreement as to the
conditions, and the match not inter
fering with races for the America's
cup, I would enter tho Valkyrie. I
have also suggested that tho tune
allowance should be based on the
mean of the two systems adopted
respectively by the New Yoik Yacht
Club and the English Racing Asso
ciation. Do you think that there is any
thing unfair in the six months' no-tic.-.?
No, I think it perfectly fair. In
all cases, the paity challenged has
tho right to certain advantages, but
it is injudicious if the object of in
ternational racing is to arrive at the
best typo and model of vessels, It
is not likely that we shall ever have
precisely similar types on both sides
f the Atlantic, tho condition of
wind and sea being so different,
At least that is my opinion. If a
seventy-footer und a forty-footer
would come over here for a season,
working their pasbago round the
coast and racing with our yachts,
it would do more to prove whether
the American type is the best tlmu
any amount of international racing.
Some of our small yachts kave been
very successful m America, and wo
arc naturally cautious in departing
from our own type.
His lordship staled that Mr.
Draper, better known as "Tommy
Dutch," would be the Valkyrie's
THE COMMERCIAL "TRUSTS" OF THE
The Austrian commercial journal
Des Ilaudels Museum, in a recent
issue publishes a long and instruc
tive list of all the commercial
"ti lists" at present existing in the
world, as Car as the compilers could
make It complete. They are ar
ranged under different categories,
beginning with "International."
Under this head there are ten syn
dicates. In Germany the system of
combination seems to be even more
highly developed than in tho United
States. In that country there arc
four syndicates dealing with coal,
ten with iron, four with metallurgy,
four with quarries, three with chem
icals, three with salt, two with alco
hol, four with yarns and woven
goods, three with paper, and two
with the carrying trade. In Austria
Hungary there are fourteen, in Bel
gium six, in Great Britain ten, iu
the United States ton, in France
three, in Russia three, iu Scandina
via three, in Switzerland two, and in
Asia three. The list docs not pro
fess to be complete in regard to sev
eral countries such as the United
States and Russia, where it ends
with "and other combinations," and
probably it includes some that are
not, strictly speaking, "trusts" in
the common acceptation of the term
at present in the commercial world.
XoUce.1 umler I' U herul are ch-rgeil 10 cents
per line for the first iniertion, and 5 ccnU per line
every aihlitional iniertion.
EXTRA Flue Creuni Cakes and Pies
to-iiny at the "Elite." 220 It
TAFFY on Stick nt tho "Klite."
JL 229 lw
WHAT'S U this excitement nlout?
Why. Hart & Co have removed
their Candy Stoie into the "Elite Ice
Cream Parlors," and young and ol 1 are
crowding their elegant pulois. 2.-1) 31
DELICIOUS Pure lee Cream, fresh
everi tiny, only $2 per gallon, nt
tho Pioneer Sunni Candy Factory and
Bukery, Hotel Mrcet, between Niiuanu
and Fort MieU. 2231
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
Please note on Eastward Trip's Time
Set" Should be starred Sundays only.
VN Beie'ania streU, a Child's Em
oioiilcr- (1 Ciea
am Cashmere Dress.
A leward uil
he given for its return to
TIHS afternoon on Fort or Kim:
X street, between Fisliel's slorc and
Palama, a piece of Black Figured Silk.
Return to Mrs. Achi orthlsotUce 225 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Elele Publishing
C held in Honolulu, April PI,
183'J, the following odietTrt were iliclcd:
T. U. 1-w.iF Pr.sident,
Hon .1. S. Wiilkci ' ro'iHiirer,
II. O. Ciithhe Secrelury,
I). V. I'un, )
T. Heu, Plrectors.
II. Q. CKABBE,
Sc-oreMry Elele Pub. Co.
nonolulu, April 10. 1SS0. . 229 1m
A MEETING of the Stockholders of
tho Mutual Telephone Company
will he held at the Company's building,
on FRIDAY, April 2Uth, at 2 p. m., to
consider a proposition to consolidate
with tho Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
C. O. BEHOEIt,
228 td Secretary.
TY a Young Man to take charge of
i hi oc it or as inmi
Has had pluntn
Addros 'Luna," this
HAVING bo'd out my Pula Store to
Captain (ieo. Huinuuiiiiin I would
bespeak tor li I tit a contlnu'itiou of the
liberal custom heretofoie given me by
the people of I'aia and neighhoihno I.
He intends to continue to keep the Hues
heretofore kepi there by me and add
thuruto a huger line of dry goo, Is.
C. II, DICKBY.
Hanmkuapoko, Aptil li, 1889.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of Now
Zealand Jams, aborted cuses, For
sido at low prices by
J. E. JSItOWX & CO.,
227 tf 8 Merohant street.
ALL parties who are Indobtcd to tho
linn of Egan & Co., 75 and 77
Fort street, ate icqucsicd to make an
immediuto settlement. Legal actions
will be taken on all acrounts which re.
main unpaid May 1, 1880. 223 td
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
most popular paper published,
APRtL 20, 3J&89.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Flacas to Commence at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Free for all.
m mile dash.
2nd HIS MAIESTY'S CUP:
Hawaiian bred horses
3rd KING'S PLATE:
1 mile dash.
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 3 to harness. Ha
waiian bred horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE:
RUNNING RACE. M mile dash.
t rcc for all.
5th GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING HACK. .( mile dash.
Ilnwiiiiun Intil lioiscs.
6th WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Three minute
class. Alilo heats; best 2 In 3. For
all horses that have necr beaten 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
RUNNING RACE. Sweepstakes
of $25 ?. mllediifeh. For Hawaiian
bred 2 year olds. 1!) entries filled
and closed 1888.
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Ftce
for nil Mile heats; host II in .". All
hor.pi wiili record of 2: 0 oi better
to he handicapped
9lh R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dush.
Free lor all, uiiinci to heat 1 :l!i4
To he run for annually.
RUNNING RACE, y, mile heats;
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years. 'Win
nei last year, Waterford Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 iu 3. For all horses
not having a record of 2:40 or
better. To be driven by members
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERFORD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 if mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile d:ili. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
3rd quarter and 4th quarter. Ha.
waiiau bred horses.
14th PONY RACE:
RUNNING. 1 mile dash. For all
ponies H hands and under. Ha
Will practice In the lower lourls of the
Kingdom as ntiornej, attend to collect
ing in all its branches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him
Office 01 King Si reet Upstairs.
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksml hlng, Drays, Carts &
Wagon Building at specialty.
Every description of work in the
above line pel formed in a lln-t class
manner anil exi ruled ut short notice,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
tST" Orders from the other islands
solicited. Will he pleaded lo scu all
our old ciifctomers n well as new ones.
Just received per hark "G.
Wilcox" from Germany,
FOII HAI.r. BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
German DL "G. N. Wilcox"
Has just urrived with an
From Knglaud and Germany.
FOII MAI.i: AT
H. Hackfeld & Oo.'s.
Lj Will"' I lu i iiuMMHimHWU'li
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
I wish to cull attention to thu ladies 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 at tlio Temple of Fashion.
We Invite Inspection -s86r No Trouble to Show Gooita
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
fiSTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
inagnidcient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho 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 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 "ARCADE" you can save money.
JScll Telephone, SO -a S3T Mu.tiiu.1 Telephone, 371
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IlfclJQ. V-JEIIIS:"y,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ; ,
GBES, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, J3cst .Brand iu the Market;
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 l'iiits and Quarts.
Biitorn, Liquorw Absinthe,
Apolliimrl Water, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, HocIch, Etc., Etc.
0 All of which will be bold AT LOWEST RATES by
2170 tf ' Managor.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 fr'OHT STKKET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agonta for 1 Lorillard &. Cou Tobaccos, &. W. S. Kimball & Oo.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 3 Hotel Street,
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
A DKALEKS IN-