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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1880.
Sclir Queen from Sun Franolico rn route
to Ainnzou Hirer, S A
StmrWG Hnll for I.nbnlim, JUalaen,
Koun, Kan and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stnir 0 R Bishop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolnu at U a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktno Discovery for San Francisco
Am bk Newsboy from Newcastle
Per W G Hull, April 20: For tho Vol
cano W V Campbell and wife, Mrs
'IVccdlc, Miss F II Bishop, Mr and Miss
MuBrydc, Mrs Stevens, Misses E and M
Stevens and Master Stevens. For way
ports S Woolscy, Mrs S 11 Davis, Mrs
Hugo, Mrs Sunter, O N Spencer, Jtobt
Iiouls Stevenson, J McDougall, G A
Unpen, J Kothucll, A Mock and 77
Tho bark James Chcston, Captain
Plumb, which arrived last evening
brought 750,000 feet of lumber to Low
The bktne John Smith leaves for Ka
lwlul to-morrow in ballast.
Tho Kluau Is duo to-morrow morning.
i - i. "i i u ' "'"ii'i-'rr-
There was considerable excite
ment at the departure of the W. G.
Hall this morning. The steamer bad
just left her dock, when one of the
nativo sailors, who was to all ap
pearances under tho influence- of
liquor,' jumped overboard. He evi
dently did not wish to make the
trip, but had to do it all the same.
The fellow swam to the dock, was
put in a small boat and taken out to
the steamer which was waiting lor
him in the stream, the engines hav
ing been stopped. A rope was low
ered over the sido of the steamer to
him, but he missed it and fell into
the water. Finally he- was got on
board and the steamer departed.
The Board of Education, in
response to the prayer of a
petition from almost all the
residents of the plains east of
Alapai street, have authorised the
erection of a schoolhouse on the va
cant lot belonging to the Board on
Beretania street, for primary in
struction. Tenders will shortly be
called for the construction of the
Mr. G. L. Edwards of the Waia
nae school, has been appointed first
assistant at Honokaa, Hawaii.
Mr. J. F. Scott of Kapaa has been
appointed principal of the Waianac
Mr. G. A. Capeu of the Waiohinu
school, and Mr. B. Hughes of Pa
bala have1 both resigned their posi
tions on account of ill-health.
THE HAWAIIAN TREATY.
The S. F. Alta of April 8th,
the following editorial :
The Chronicle admits its desire
to secure the abrogation of the Ha
waii treaty. This means that it
wishes to abandon the American
foothold secured by that treaty, and
that it wants our business men to
surrender 12,000,000 of trade per
year. Where will tho Chronicle find
an equal volume of commerce, as
valuable to California, to replace
what it proposes to give up? All
men who know anything well know
that the Sandwich Islands would
fall under the domination of Eng
land or Germany within six mouths
after the abrogation of this treaty.
Our few merchants who have a few
interests in Samoa have complained
of the coldness of the German
shoulder as they encountered it in
Apia. How would the much larger
numbor like to undergo the same
experience in Honolulu? Enterprise
and diplomaoy have won for us our
position in Honolulu, and the follies
of personal rancor should not be
permitted to lose it for us. It has
been conceded on all sides that only
this treaty deterred Germany from
selecting the Sandwich Islands as
the scene of her experimental ag
gressions. SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
BKFOHE JUDD, C. J.
Fkidat, April 26th.
D. Kaleialii (k) vs. Kekuawela.
Trover. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. Continued
from yesterday. Judgment for
plaintiff for 8100. Plaintiff to pay
costs. A. P. Peterson for plaintiff;
W. O. Smith for defendant.
BEFOIU: I'RES'i'ON J.
Kaleka (w) vs. E. Wery. Ad
measurement of dower. Default.
Continued from April 19 and 23.
Further continued to April 27.
C. Achi for plaintiff; A. Rosa
Fhhuy, April 20tli.
Juo. Brum forelted ball of $0 for
Nakooluna charged with selling
spirituous liquors without license,
was remanded to tho 30th,
Two other ensesoycre continued.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
No hand concert at tho Hotel Oils
Hot buns nt
Horn's bakery nt
A itKWAnn will bo paid for llio ro
turn of ii sorrel colt.
It was raining very heavy in Nuu
mm Valley this morning.
Tiik dooia of the European restnu
lant were open this morning.
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Miss Berry's school re-opens on
Monday next, the 29lli inst.
Tiik lease of somo lnnd on Punch
bowl bill, is offered for Bale. 'Sco
Tiik steamer W. G. Hall took ten
passengers to tho Volcano this morn
ing. Mu. Robert Louis Slovcnson
for Hawaii on tho W. G. Hall
To-day is tho thirtieth anniversary
of tho laying of tho corner Etono of
the I. O. O. F. hall.
The Bchoonor Queen bound from
San Francisco to Amazon River put
in port this morning for repairs.
The case of M. It. Colburn vs. 11.
R. Cayford, tort, is still on trial
in tho Supremo Court before a mixed
Tin: Hawaiian Tramways Company
have a notieo olscwhero respecting
the running of relief cars to-morrow
Tin: teachers of the Central Union
Sunday School will meet this even
ing at the residence of Mrs. S. M.
Damon, Nuuanu avenue.
There will be a temperance meet
ing for men only in Brewer's block
Saturday evening at 7:30. All men
arc cordially invited to attend.
On Monday, at noon, Mr. Morgan
will hold a mortgagee's sale of pro
perty described elsewhere, and also
dispose of horses and carriages.
Tin: funeral of tho lato Mrs. Dom
inis, Sr., takes place to-morrow after
noon at half-past three o'clock from
the family residence, "Washington
Mu. C. N. Spencer, Inspector-General
of Immigrants, left by the Hall
this morning on an official inspection
through tho districts of Kau and
A grand opening of newly import
ed dry and fancy goods is a torture
at the store of B. F. Elders & Co.
Miss Clark will have charge of the
dressmaking rooms after May 15th.
The Superintendent of Water
Works is having all tho faucets in
town examined. Where leaky ones
are found now ones are put in. The
consequence is that the demand for
faucets is beyond the supply.
On Wednesday May 1st, Mr. J. F.
Morgan will hold an underwriter's
sale of galvanized iron, track rails,
fence wire, trimmed hats, losary
beads, pipes, etc., damaged on voy
age of importation from Bremen.
An essay on early Greek philoso
phy was read at last night's meeting
of the Debating Club, by Mr. P. L.
Barrington, and was well received.
Three new members weie elected.
The subject of cheap labor was an
nounced for noxt dobate.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Servico at St. Andrew's Cathe-'
dral, nt 7.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 Im. O
M., at 7.30.
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council No. 089 A.
of II.,at 7:30.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
R., at 7:30.
Arrival of the Kinau a. m.
Sale of jewelry, etc. , at Mr. Max
Eckart's store by Mr. Morgan at 7
Funeral of Mrs. Dorainis, Sr., at
3:30 p. in.
Hot buns at Horn's at noon.
The annual meeting of tho British
Club was held last evening, when
the following officer were elected
for the ensuing year:
President. ...Hon. A. S. Clcghorn.
Treasurer... Mr. Jas. G. Spencer.
Secretary.... Mr. Godfroy Brown.
Mr. A. Jaeger,
Managers. . . Mr. F. M. Swanzy,
(. Dr. Robt. McKibbin.
The Treasurer's report for the
past year shows the club to be on a
good financial standing.
Saturday evening Mr. J. F. Mor
gan will hold a salo of gold and sil
ver jewelry, clocks, rings, breast
pins, brooches, bracelets, tea and
coffee sets, etc., at the store of Mr.
Max Eckart, Bethel street. Those
who attend this sale will probably
obtain bargain. The salo com
mences at 7 o'clock.
CnnmTOHB of W. It. Buchanan are
notified to appear in tho Supremo
Court at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing to prove their debts, and elect an
assignee or assignee.
Very Likely Mamma, who was
tbat girl who sang so much?' 'That
is little Miss Gail; her father play
ed her accompaniments.' 'Is he
Gaily, the Troubadour?' tyfe,
DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H., I.,
Y. M. C. A.
ANNUAL MKUTING AND ItUl'OUTS Ol'
The annual meeting of tho Y. M.
C. A. was held last evening in the
hall. The attendance was not so
large as on previous years. Among
these present were: His Honor the
Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd, lion.
Henry and Mrs. Waturhousc, non.
J. B. Alhcrtoii, Rev. W. B. and
Mrs. Oleson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P.
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall,
Rev. W. C. Merritt, Mr. P. C.
Jones, Mrs. Dr. J. M. Whitney,
Marshal J. II. Soper, Miss Judd,
Prof. W. D. Alexander, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Bushec, Hon. II. S. and
Mrs. Townscnd, Rev. Dr. E. G.
Bcckwith, Mr. C. M. Cooke, Dr. N.
B. and Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. C. M.
Hyde, Capt. and Mrs. Staples, Mis3
Bcckwith, Mr. E. O. and Mrs.
White, Messrs. W. A. Bowen, F.
E. Nichols and T. P. Sovcrin, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Atherton, Miss Ral
ston, D. P. Peterson, II. W. Peck,
J. E. Bidwcll and E. C. Damon.
The platform was tastily decor
ated with potted plants and ever
greens, and handsome bouquets
stood on the desk and the piano.
The retiring President.W. "W. Hall,
presided. The exercises opened
with the singing of a gospel hymn
followed with Scripture reading by
Rev. W. C. Merritt. Rev. Dr. Bcck
with then offered up an appropriate
The report of the Devotional
Committee was read by Hon. J. B.
Atherton. The committee had hard
ly realized the hopes expected. A
praise service Had hecn Held regu
larly every Sunday evening, con
ducted by various persons. Strong
efforts had been made to secured an
evangelist but without success.
Mr. P. C. Jones, chairman of the
Temperance Committee, reported
that the work during the past year
had been confined to the Blue Rib
bon League and meetings for men
only. Tho entertainments by the
League had outlived their useful
ness. The meetings for men in
Brewer's block, Saturday evenings,
had been started as an offset to the
saloons. The attendance was good
at tho start, but it had dwindled
down so that at the last meeting there
was only thirteen present, and four
of those were speakers. Even the
tempting offer of free cream soda
drinks did not have the desired
effect. While the report was
not so good as the chairman
would have wished, yet it must
not be understood that no good had
been done. Tho committee recom
mended the holding of gospel tem
perance meetings. They hoped the
new year would bring increased
activity in the temperance cause.
Mr. Levi Lyman sang a solo in a
very acceptable manner accompanied
on the piano by Mr. A. D. liissell.
His Honor A. V. Judd next read
the report of tho Hawaiian branch.
Tho Hawaiian Blue Ribbon League
had held meetings regularly every
Friday evening which had been well
attended. Since its organization
seventeen hundred had taken the
pledge. One feature was the reports
of the stauding committees, giving
particulars of their work. Delegates
had been sent to tho other islands
with good results. On the whole
the committee felt that the large ex
penditure for this branch had been
Mr. E. O. White, Treasurer, read
his report for the past year. The
balance from last year was $20.50,
total receipts 2,578.35, total dis
busements including for Queen
Emma hall work S3,-198.95, balance
to next year S7-1.-10.
Mr. S. D. Fuller, General Secre
tary read his report, which gave
particulars of the various branches
of work carried on by the Associa
tion. He spoke of physical exercise
being used in the States as a means
of getting young men together.
Many associations in that country
had fine gymnasiums. During the
year 10 new members had been re
ceived, but thoy had lost more than
double that number, owing to de
partures and other causes. The
membership at the present time is
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Townscnd
sang a duett which was well received.
The retiring President, Mr. W.
W. Hall, gave his address which re
ferred more particularly toY. M. C.
A. work in France. At tho close he
introduced Hon. Henry Waterhouso,
the newly elected President.
Mr. Watcrhouse, who was receiv
ed with -applause, said they might
think ho was going to thank them
for the honor of electing him Presi
dent, but ho was not going to do so.
Ho had accepted the trust and was
going to work hard during tho year
that he would hold office, and he
wanted tho young men, also the
youug ladies, to help him with all
their might. He then announced
the following committees for tho
Devotional Work W. II; Peck,
J. M. Whitney, Rev. S. E. Bishop,
W. W. Hall, J. E. Bidwcll, W. A.
Bowen, C. L. Carter, F. J. Lowrey.
Temperance -T. S. Southwick, J.
B. Atherton, Rev. II. II. Gowen, T.
J. McLaughlin, J. A. Dower, J.
Bamet, J. Cassidy.
Entertainment P. O. Jones, T.
R. Walker, T. May, C. M. Cooke,
J. T. Waterhouso jr., W. H. Lew
ers, T. M. Starkcy, C. H. White.
Employment G. P. Castle, B. F.
Dillingham, E, O. White.
Reading Room Dr. C. M. Hyde,
T, G. Thrum, E, A. Joues.
Finance (3. M. Cooke, J. B.
Ulierton, P. C, Jones,
Hawaiian Branch Chief Justico
Judd, P. C. Jones, Dr. Hyde, Wil
liam O. Smith, S. D. Fuller.
Visitation A. F. Cooke, G. P.
Castle, R. W. Podmorc, E. C. Da
mon, T. G. Grlbblc, W. O. Atwalcr,
M. Staples, F. Snow.
Invitation W. A. Bowen, B. W.
Tcmplcton, II. Wichmann, J. A.
Gonsalvcs, C. II. Atherton, E. E.
Mossiuiuin, G. E. Thrum, W. Need
ham, W. J. Forbes, W. F. Thrum,
J. D. Wicke, J Barnct, O. Gilbert.
The audience then joined in singing-
the hymn, "Blest be the tie
that binds," after which refresh
ments, consisting of ico cream and
cake wero handed around, and the
remainder of the evening was spcut
in social conversation.
DELICIOUS Hot Buns can bo had
on baturday noon at tho Pionocr
Steam Untidy Factory & Bakery, Hotel
street, P. Ilorn, proprietor. 233 2t
TAFFY on Stick nt tho "Elite." '
X 229 lw
The Beautiful Seaside Resort at Wal-
klki (fuimcrly tho residence of Col.'
O. V. Mnofarlane), kuown as
Park Beach Hotel
Tau Promises consist of
A Main Building,
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
All partially furnished.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building; on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Etc.
Largo and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House.
Upper Floor fitted with Large Airy
Rooms, bultablo for servants,
etc , etc. There nre
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Premises on which
could be erected cottages for visitors,
should tho place be converted into a
hotel, for which it is admirably adapted.
The Bathing facilities equal the bist
along the line of beach.
BQyThese Premises will he leased for
a term of years to responsible parties.
For further particulars apply to
W. G. IRWIN & CO.
BSS a. Springfield Gas Machine is
on the Premises and tho pipes lead into
all the above Buildings. apr-25-SU
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmllhlng, Drays, Carts &
Wagon Building as specially.
Every description of work In the
abovo lines performed in a first-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
C2T Orders from tho other islands
solicited. Will bo pleaBed to sco all
our old customers sib well as new ones.
to several enquiries con-
coriilnir AVhulo Jloat Frames, wo
liavo now in course, of uoiiBtruutlou,
11 Whale Uoat Fruines 74 feet by 3a foot
long. TIicbC frames are bent in ono
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
requiring little tact to set them up and
build. Tliu full frame for such bouts,
Including cants, 45 sections in number,
is sold at $28; with large stems on keel,
and ready to plank $40. They aro not
intended to bu clinker built, nor as tho
frail imported whale boats proper, but
aio Intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llshlng and
trading purposes. Wo have exported
those (rames and intend doing so, and
make this offer to amateurs and others
desirous of trying thoir hand, with
plenty of leisure mid small cash to make
a business. Will bend frames to any
given model from 5 to 25 tons. Also on
baud for salo Surf and Pleasure Boats,
Hteuis, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 320.
DOWEK & SON.
7C tf Boat Builders.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
most popular paper published,
APRIL 23, 1889.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
onictnl rronrninme :
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
4 mile dash.
1 uilla dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
3rd KING'S PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Milo
heats; best 3 in 8 to harness. Ha
waiian bred horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE;
RUNNING RACE. H mile dash.
Freo for all.
5th GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING RACE. yv milo dash,
tlmvuiltiu bred horses.
6th WAIMANALO CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Threu minute
class. Milo heats; best 2 in 3. For
all horses that have never beaten 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
of 25. ?4 mile dash,
bred 2 year olds,
and closed 18S8.
11) entries filled
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Freo
for nil. Mile heats; best :t in 5. All
horses with record of i!:10 or better
to he huudicapprd.
9th R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 milo dash.
Free for all, winner to beat 1:15j.
To be run for annually.
RUNNING RACE. i mile heats;
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become tho property of tho
winner two consecutive years. Win
ner last year, "Waterford'Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTUNG and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 3. For all horses
not having a record of 2:40 or
better. To be driven by members
of tho Hawaiian Jockoy Club to
12th WATERF0RD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 if milo dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
milo dash. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
yrd quarter nnd 4tU quarter. Ha
waiian bred horses.
14th PONY RACE:
RUNNING. 1 mile dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha
Arrive at Honolulu:
Australia May 3
Alameda May 11
Australia May 31
Mariposa June 8
Australia Juno 28
Zealandia July G
Australia July 20
Alameda August 3
Australia August 23
Mariposa August 31
Australia Soptoinber 20
Zeulnndia ; Soptomber 28
Australia October 18
Alumcda October 20
Australia November 15
Mariposa May -1
Australia May 10
Zeulnndia Juno 1
Australia ., Juno 7
Alameda .Tuna 21)
Australia July 5
Mnriposa July 27
Australia AuguM 2
Zoalandia Augiibt 24
Australia , Augiut 30
Alameda Hontemhur 21
Austrnlia HoptoinhiT 27
Mariposa October ID
Australia Ootobor 25
Zoalandia November 10
Australia November 22
Alameda December 11
Borders & Decorations,
A. Lnruo Xiot !
Xiuteut; Btylott X
TllHt Ilooolvoil 1
And for sale at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Oceanic SteafflsliiD mm
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORN Kit HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
(11E8T QUALITY); ? "-
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
.AJJO $1.50 A. JPAJtJEL.
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
J5SFOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as tho business'Vill 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,
Hosier', Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wo have a
large and elegant stoek of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-mado
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll Telephone, CO -a fi Mutual Telephone, 37" X
No. 24 Merchant Street. Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IlRJtSJBL TJBOCJSIiY",
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GliSS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(While or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Giu, Best Brand in the Mnrlcot;
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 Tints and Quarts.
Bitters, Iiiqiiors Absinthe,
Apollimiri Water, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinftuidol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hoclcs, Etc., Etc.
All of which will be sold
2170 tf Manogor.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOBT STREET, IIOKOIiUIiU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
. Agonts for V. Lorillard & Oo.'a Tobaccos, it W, S. Kimball & Co.'i
Tobaoco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 13 Hotel Street.
Corner Hotel & Tort Streeta.
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
Salo a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES by
& DKALEHB IN
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