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SATURDAY, APKIL, 27, 1889.
Stmr Kanlii from Walalua ami Walauac
Stmr Wnliileuli: fioni Kauai
Stuir Kinau ftuni U:wuU ami Muul
tStmr Mokolll from Molokai
Sclir Lnvinln from Kwa
Scbr Mol Wnhhio from Uaimikita
Stuir Iwalanl from llaiiiakua
Srlir Ltliolllio from Lahalna
Stmr Kllauc.i Hint from llainakua
Bk Andrew Welch from Newcastle,
A pi 11 27
bchr Kiilaiiiami for llalawa
llktno Dlseovciy for &an Fi.tiicNco
Sclir Queen for Amoor Itlvcr, blboitu
VESSELS LEAVIIJC TO-MORROWi
Am bk Newsboy from Newcastle
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Ifaala for Walanao and Walalua
Stmr J A Uminnlns for Koolau at 0 a m
Stmr Mokollt for Molokal at 5 p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Klnaii 12,081 bgs sugar, 110 bgs po
tatoes, l!tl hides, 12 walu awa, 10
bogs, 120 pkgs sundries.
Fer stmr Kinau, Apill
7, from the
Volcai.o: G W O Jones. Prof Uricliam.
Mr Wausoy, Miss Loiiinan, Aiiss F
T.oliinan. Miss Polgcr, Miss G Scldoti,
Miiilv.uis, Mr 1'olgcr, J O Scldon, E
C Al.iuf.irlano, and Mis Scldon. Prom
wuj poits: G W Smith aiid-vlfe, X O
Wllfong, Hay Wodebouse, A S AVall,
C A Clupiu, Ij Ascu, Wong Kwai, Ah
How, J A Palmer, J W Moanaull, F G
Goldsworthy, O Peacock, Miss E K
Daniels, Mis J D Holt and 4 childicn,
Capt J T Kobeitson, E M Baldwin, S O
Smith and 03 deck. I
The brig Lmllnc arrived at Hllo,
April 21st, 14 days from San Francisco
with a full cargo of gcueial merchan
dise and 17 nmle.
The sclir Sailor Hoy left Mahukoua,
April 25, for San Francisco with 9,72."
bags of sugar
The baik Newsboy calls to-inoirow
for San Francisco v Ith over a thousand
tons of sugar.
TliesteaineisLikcllkc and Mikahala
are due to-inotrow.
The Kinau sails on Tuesday, April
30th at 2 p in, for Maul and Hawaii.
The brig Consuclo arilvcd at Kabu
lul, April 21st, foui teen days from San
Francisco with a miscellaneous cargo
valued at S2,823. Including 145 bbls
flour, 44G ctl; barley, 10 tons feitlller,
S0 lbs butter, 111 ctls oats, 517 sks
TlinCK IIUNDItED TINS FOUND ON THE
The brig Consuelo, Capt. Robert
son, arrived at Kahului last Sunda'
from San Francisco. On Tuesday,
Assistant Port Surveyor John Good
of Honolulu, with the assistance of
Poit Surveyor Sheldon of Kahului,
searched the vessel and found 300
tins of opium concealed in a secret
compartment. Tho vessel is now in
charge of the Sheriff and Custom
House officers. She has discharged
her cargo and taken in 2,300 bags of
sugar. Capt. Robertson come down
on the Kinau this morning to confer
with the agents of the vessel.
EASTER PRAISE SERVICE.
On Sunday evening, the post
poned Easter praise service will be
held at the Central Union Church.
The choir will render the following
music under the direction of Mr.
Myron II. Jones, the organist:
Anthem As it began to daw n . . . Buck
llyinii Anthem The sti ifo is o'er. . . .
Duet (.Tenor and Soprano) My faith
looks up to Thee .Lachner
TcDeiuu in G Mosenthal
Quite a large number of people
resident in different parts of the city
complain of having had their chicken
houses robbed of late. In Nuuanu
Valley, Capt. Mist, Mr. C. L.
Carter, and even Marshal John II.
Soper, are among the victims
of these midnight thieves. Two
or three residents of the plains also
complain. A Portuguese living on
Vineyard street had his chicken
house robbed a week ago, so deter
mined to keep watch. About two
o'clock this morning, Mr. Barney
Ordenstein, who also resides in that
street heard his dog barking andthink
ing something unusual was happen
ing, got up, opened the window ano
looked out. Barney had evidently
been troubled with nightmare. He
could sec nobody around, and on
speaking to the dog it quit barking. '
All being quiet, Barney turned in
again, but a few minutes later ho
was startled by hearing the report
of a gun. It appears that tho Por
, tuguese saw someono at Barney's
chickenhouse and fired at the in
truder, though without success. The
thief got away with some game
chickens, and left his hat hi pay
ment for the same. The hat is now
at the Station IIouso awaiting its
owner. Three chickens wero also
stolen from W. S. Luce's stables on
Merchant street, a day or two ago.
Satuuoay, April 27th.
Kalua, Kula, Peter Quinn and
Kuai, had to pay tho usual amount
Tho case of Liloa charged with
deserting contract service was set
tle but of Court.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
No hand concert at ttninin Square
Twelve passengers arrived fiom
the Tolcniu ll-ii- morning on the
Tin: "Owl" is out snaikliug with
wit and humor, nud may be had "at,
tho tiowsdealeis'. stoics.
Hon. J. 8. Walker would be oblig
ed to any chicken thieves who would
consent to try his thiei-tiutis.
Tiik funeral of the late Mrs.
DoniiiUB takes place at 3:.'IO o'clock
this afternoon, fiotn Washington
Tun regular quarterly meeting of
tho Pacific Hardware Company will
ho held on Monday at their oflieo at
10 o'clock a. in.
SpkciaIi music will ho tendered at
tho 11:15 scrvico of the becond con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
TiiEnu will bo a temperance meet
ing for men only in Browcr's block
this evening at 7 :fl0. All men arc
cordially invited to attend.
In nnothcr column will be found
tho programme for Felix Ollert's
piano recital next Thursday oening
at the Hawaiian Opera House.
Tun baseball schedule iih published
in this morning's "Advcrtisoi" is not
correct, several changes having yet
to bo made. George Markham had
no authority to give it for publica
The schooner Queen leaves for
Amoor liivcr, Siberia, this afternoon.
A now jib boom has made for her by
J. A. Dower, and Capt. Thouaglo is
very much pleased at the quick litun
ncr in which the work was com
pleted. A class in English literature is to
be started at the parlors of tho Y. M.
C. A. in charge of a veiy competent
teacher. It is for young men, and
those wishing to join should be in
attendance next Thursday evening,
when arrangements will bo made.
Tin: case of Maicus A. Colburn vs.
Richard Cayfoid, tort, was concluded
yesterday afternoon, the mixed jury
after an absence of ten minutes re
turning a verdict for plaintiff1 for
$300. Exceptions to the veidict audi
motion for new tiial were made by
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Meeting for men only at Brewer's
block at 7:30.
Sale of jewelry, clocks, plated
ware, etc., at store of Mr. Max
Eckart's, Betbel street, by Mr. Mor
gan, at 7 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
BY J. F. MOltOAK.
At 12 o'clock noon, at salesrooms,
one imported thoroughbred Here
ford Bull, horses and carriages, and
mortgagees sale of premises situated
at Kohala. Particulars elsewhere.
This evening Mr. J. F. Mor
gan will hold a sale of gold and sil
ver jewelry, clocks, rings, breast
pins, biooches, bracelets, tea and
coffee sets, etc., at the store of Mr.
Max Eckart, Bethel street. Those
who attend this sale will probably
obtain bargains. The sale com
mences at 7 o'clock.
There will be a requiem mass for the
repose of the faoul of the late Father
Damien, on Monday morning, at 9
o'clock, at the Roman Catholic
Cathedral. All are invited to be
S. S. KINAU.
The steamship Kinau arrived from
windward this morning with a full
passenger list and 12,381 bags of
sugar, weighing 775 tons. Purser
Bcckley reports as follows: fine
weather at Hilo and Ilamakua:
plenty of rain on Maui : the Lur
line arrived at Hilo, Sunday, four
teen days from San Fiancisco: the
Volcano is active: the schooner
Sailor Boy sailed from Mahukona
on Thursday for San Francisco with
9,725 bags of sugar.
Mr. Felix Ollert, assisted by sev
eral ladies and gentlemen, will give
a concert at tho Opera House, on
Thursday evening next the 2d inst.
The programme is an attractive one
and a good house may bo considered
as a foiegono conclusion. Mr.
Ollert, who will remain permanently
in this city, has expressed his will
ingness to place his services grat
uitously, at tho deposal of those
giving concerts in aid of local char
ities etc. ; a fact that should be
borne in mind by our musical
Needed Exercise: Doctor You
seem to need exercise. AY hat do
you do for a living; Patient I am
a cannon ball-tosser in shows. Doc
tor I see. Tell the manufacturer
to put a little more paper inside.
Sometimes it is difficult to draw
the line with sufllolcnt distinctness
between the reformer and the crank.
Toledo Bee. Not at all. Jf ho
is on our side he is a reformer; if
he's "agin us" ho's a crank.
X 2d columns,
nurolv local mutter-
to foreign countries. $5 tier
DA1LY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.,' HI
MUTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
A l,AUOi:t.T ATTENUED JIEI'.TINU OK
A special meeting of tho stock
holders of the Mutual Telephone
Company was held yesterday utter
noon for the purpose of considering
a pioposition to amalgamate with
the Hawaiian Bell Company. The
President, Hon. It. A. Widcmaun
occupied the chair, and lirlelly stated
the object of the meeting.
The Secictary, Mr. O. O. Bergcr
read the minutes of n meeting re
cently held by the Hoard of Direc
tors nt which tho Bell Company's
proposal for amalgamation wa3 re
ceived, nnd also tho financial stand
ing of both companies which in as
Hell Company Receipts for 1888
wero 89,iM2.!)9 ; expenditures, 88,
85G.8!), showing excess of receipts
over expenditures of SH8G.10. For
the present year collections first
quarter have been 82,149.53; col
lected and due second quarter (say)
$2,850. Disbursed from Jan. 1st
to March M-sl, 1889, 2,112.47;
from April 1st to 13lh, 8209.23.
Mutual Company Thcasscslsaie
89,71S..59, including cost of lot
and building, 13,410, and con
struction account, about, SG1,000.
The approximate indebtedness, April
17th, was S37,S25. The annual in
come from rentals is 17,400, and
running expenses, iji,bj, leaving
a prolit per annum of 81,523.
Hon. W. C. Wilder moved that
thoicportof the committee be re
jected. A long and animated discussion
then took place in which Messrs.
Schaofcr, Athciton,II. Wateihouso,
Ordenstcin and others took part.
Mr. Wilder amended his motion
by substituing 'Board of Directors'
in place of Comimttec.
The motion to reject was carried
by the following vote, Ayes: 1,802,
Three of tho Board of Directors
then resigned their positions.
After fui ther discussion, and on
motion of Mr. Schaofcr the follow
ing committee was appointed to
further consider the question of
amalgamation and icport at an
other meeting of the stockholders:
Messrs. C. Boltc, M. P. Robinson,
L. C. Abies, T. R. Walker and .1.
MOST MARVELOUS SHOOTING
They had been talking about the
performances of Bogardus, the
raaiHsman who shoots with a rifie,
glass balls which arc sent into the
air as fast as a man can throw them.
Ficsently, D. B. Hodges, the evan
gelical promoter of the society for
the prevention of lying, who was
sitting by, said:
"Why, that shooting. Did you
ever know Tom Potter?"
"Well, Potter was the best hand
with a rifie that I ever saw ; beat
this man Bogardus all hollow. I'll
tell you what I have seen this man
Potter do. You know, maybe,along
theie in the cherry season Mrs. Pot
ter would want to preserve some
cherries ; so Tom would pick 'em
for her,and how you think he stoned
"I don't know. How?"
"Why' he'd fill his gun with bird
shot and get a boy to drop half a
bushel of cherries at one time from
the roof of the house. As they came
down he'd fire and take stone clean
out of every cheny In the lot. It's
a positive fact! He might occasion
ally miss one, but not often. But
he did bigger shooting than that
when he wanted to."
"WI13', Jim Miller did you know
him? No? Well, Tom bet with Jim
that he could shoot the button off
his own coat-tail by aiming in the
opposite direction, nud Jim took him
"Did he do it?"
"Do it? He fixed himself in a po
sition and aimed at a tree in front
of him. The ball hit the tree, ca
romed, hit the corner of a house,
caromed, hit a lamp-post, caromed
and fiew behind Tom and nipped the
button off as slick as a wlnstlo. lou
bet kc did it."
"That was line shooting."
"Yes, but I've seen Tom Potter
beat it. I've seen him stand under
a flock of pigeons, billions of them,
coming like the wind, and kill thorn
so fast that the front of the fiock
never passed a given lino, but turn
ed over and fell dowti, bo that it
looked like a brown and feathery Ni
agara. Tom did it by having twenty
three breech-loading rics and a boy
to load 'em. He always shot witli
"You say you saw him do this
sort of shooting?"
"Yes sir j and better than that
too. Why, I'll tell you what I've
seen Tom l'ottcr do. J saw mm
onco set up an India rubber target
at three hundred feet and hit the
bull's eyo twenty-seven times a min
ute with the same ball I He would
hit the taiget, the ball would bound
right back into the rifie-barrcl Just
as Tom had clupped in a fresh
charge of powder, and so ho kept
her going backward and forward un
til at last he happened to move his
gun and the bullet missed the nui,
zlo of the gnu, It was the biggest
thing I ever saw ; tho very biggest
"What was that?"
"Why, one day, I was out with
htm when ho was practicing, and it
cauio on to raiu, Tom didn't want
to get wet, and wo had no umbrella,
and what do you think ho did?"
"Now, v.hat do you think that old
man did to keep dry?"
"Well, sir, ho got me to load his
weapon for him, and 1 pledge you
my word, although it began to lain
hard, he hit every drop that came
down, so that the gronud for about
eight feet drum id was as dry as a
punk. It was beautiful, sir beau
tiful." And then the company rose slowly
and passed out, one by one, each
man eyeing Hodges and looking sol
emnly as he went by ; and when
thoy'kad gone Hodges looked qucer
ly for a moment and said to me :
"Thero's nothing I hate so much as
n liar. Give inc a man who Is a
friend of the solid truth and I'll tie
to him." Chicago Nows Letter.
According to tho street coiner
talk of some of our local shots, they
can pretty nearly come up to Tom
Notices under thlt heatl are charged 10 centt
per line for the first Iniet lion, ami G centi per line
eiery lultlitlomil insertion.
I7XTRA Fine Mince Pics and Cream
li Cakes to day at Hie "Elite." 235 It
DELICIOUS Hot Buns can ho had
on caiuidny noon at tho Pioneer
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery, Hotel
atreet, F. Horn, proprietor. 233 2t
TAFFY on Stick al'tho "Elite."
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AL. SMITH HAS REMOVED HIS
place of business onFortslicet to
the store in the Mclnlyrc Meek, just
below Wcnner & Co.'s, Fort street,
uheio ho will bo pleased to Berve his
customers until ills new stoie is finished.
Hawaiian Tramways Go,, L'd.
rpo prevent overcrowding, Relief Cars
X will tun to-morrow (Saturday) and
Sunday every half.hoiir from Liliha
street, commencing at 2.30 r. m. 234 at
The Beautiful Seaside Resort at Wai-
kikl (formerly the residence of Col.
G. W. Mucfarlanc), known as
Park Beach Hotel
The Premises consist of
A Main Building,
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen Sl 6 Bedrooms,
All partially furnished.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wasli Rooms, Eto.
Large and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
Upper Floor fitted with Largo Airy
Rooms, suitable for servant",
eto , etc. There are
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Premises on which
could he erected cottages for visitors,
should Die place be converted into a
hotel, for which it is admirably adapted.
Tlid Iialhing facilities equal tho best
along the line of bench.
BSyThcse Premises will be leased for
a term of years to lespousiblu panics.
For further particulars apply to
w. a. xrwin & co,
&& A Springfield Gas Machine Is
on tho Premises unit the pipes lead into
all tho above Uulldlngs. apr.25-EU
R. AV. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for tho Music Window
Bcrccnt, Combined llcvcl Bquarcs, titan
dard, Goodrich, eto., fit-wing Machines,
Hloyclcj, Tricycles, Velocipede, etc,
Olllce, corner of liethul and Klngsts,
upstairs. Apr.17 80.ly
Will practico in tho lower courts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing in all its branches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusl to him.
Otllco 91 King Btreet Upslalrs.
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
I JL Kingdom-r-'The Dally Bulletin,'
APRIL 27, 1889.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HfWVMIAll JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June 1 1, '89.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Free for all.
1 mile dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
Hawaiian bred horses
3rd KING'S PLATE:
1 mile dash.
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 3 In .1 to harness. Ha
waiian bred horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE;
Frco for all.
5th GOVERNOR D0MINIS'
?i mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
6th WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TROTTING RACK. Thrco inlnuto
class. Mile heats; best U in 3. For
all horses that hac never beaten 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
of'.!5. ?i mile dash,
bred 2 year olds,
and closed 1SSS.
ID entries filled
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Free
for all. Mile heats; best .'! in 5. All
horses with record of !i:40 or better
to he handicapped.
9th IIOSITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash.
Free for all, winner to beat 1 : 15'j.
To bo run for annually.
RUNNING RACE. mile heats;
best a in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to tiecoiiie tho property of tho
winner lvo consecutive jears. Win
ner last car, Waterford'Colt.
11 Ih POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 3. For all horses
not having a record of 2:40 or
better. To ho driven by members
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERF0RD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. . mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile dash. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
3rd quarter ana 4th quarter. Ha.
wniiim bred horses.
14th PONY RACE:
RUNNING. 1 mile dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha
Oceanic StouHUi Cmmi'y.
Arrive at Honolulu:
Austialia.,,, May !l
Alameda May 11
Australia May 31
Mariposa Juno 8
Australia Juno 28
Zealandia July 0
Australia July 20
Alameda August .'i
Australia August 2U
Mariposa August 31
Australia September 20
Zealandia September 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 2G
Australia November lfi
Mariposa , ?May 4
Australia May 10
Zcalandia June 1
Australia Juno 7
Alameda.. ..,..., Juno 2!)
Australia. , , July 5
Mariposa July 27
Australia Augtibt 2
Zcalandia August 21
Australia August 30
Alameda September 21
Australia f-'epleinber 27
Mariposa October 111
Australia Ontubi'i 25
i5calandiu Nuvi mbei ID
A iimI ruliiL niimkio .'2
Alameda Ikcunihoi 11
Borders & Decorations,
A. Xtvrtco '.Cot I
XaitoHt StylOH !
Tnut Itooolvotl I
And for salo at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
'mafP.fV iffWf"g!in ' r
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORN Hit HOTEL tt
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
JJJC $1.50 A JP-AJOR-.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
.rJC J?1.50 -Au JP.AJOEfc.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
JJSTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new aHd
magnificicnt slock 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 tho 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 Bo3s' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
XJoll rJCcleiIionc, GO -aSS?" Mutual Xoloplioue, 31
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;
HOOTCH and IIMSJBL WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very, Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wantd;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old M?oui Grin, XSeHt J3i-mil in tlic IMarlcct;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT'f-
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 Fints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollimu'i Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinfiiiulel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
All of which will bo bold
HOLL1STER & CO
lOtt FOBT STREET. HONtMLUIilJ.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
2 Agents for P. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, & W, S. Kimball fc Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Ariitod Wuter Works
- ywy& rr
Corner Hotel & Fort; Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Salo a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
4 UEALEU8 IX-
73 Hotel Street.
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