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MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1889.
. ,- ARRIVALS.
Stmr Mlkalinla from K.iunl
Strar Llkcllkc fiom Maul
Sehr Kawnllunl from ICoulnu
Am bk Newsboy for Newcastle
Stuir Kllnuea Hon for lluwnll
Stmr Jas Malccc for Knpaa at 5 p m
Schr Mol Wulilnc for Ilauuikua
Sclir Mary E Foster for Wniinea
Stmr Kuala for Waianae and Watnlua
Stmr J A (Jiiininlna for Koolatt at a a m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkcllkc for Aluui and way ports
at "i p m
Stmr Mlkalmla for Kutial at 5 p m
Stmr Klnan for llilo and way ports at
2 p in
Stmr Wolalcalofor Kllaucaand Hanalel
at 5 p m
From llumukua per stmr Iwalanl.
April '27 Taro Ando. Judge J P Mlau,
S M.ilioo, and 20 deck.
From Maul per stmr Llkcllkc, Apill
2S Miss Lyons, (J Ivnlscr, G Osborne,
E (J Macfarlnne, .Mrs Evans, Mr Folgcr,
Miss I'nlgcr, Mr Scldcn,Mis J CSclUcn,
Mrs O Scldcu, Miss Lohman,OUas War
ren, V J Lowrio, J Collycr and wife,
Hon II P Baldwin, A T Atkinson, Miss
Latil Atkinson, D II Hitchcock Jr, Titos
Saffery and family, S Konna, A V
Sachs, K W Meyer, Misses Meyer, fi
Chinese, 1 prisoner and 47 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr AValalealc,
April 27 Rev H Iscnberg, Prof M M
Scott, Miss .Johnson, Miss Bindt, W
JJurlowitz, and 2 deok.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkabala, April
28 W E Kowcll. J F b'cott, Miss Tit
comb, Miss Bcrtclman, Miss Stollz.Miss
M Allan and 3'J deck.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Llkcllkc 0137 bgs sugar, 10 hides,
90 bgs corn, 0 pisrs, 1 canoe, 2
horses and 70 pkgs suds.
Stmr Kilauea Hon I5GJ5 bgs sugar.
Stmr Mokolll 703 bgs sugar and 150
Stmr Mikaliula 0100 bgs sugar and 200
Stmr Iwalanl fjS9 bgs sugar.
The Kinau sails for windward at 2 p
The bark Robt Sudden left Kahului
Saturday, the 27tli, with 1200 tons of
sugar for San Francisco.
'i he tern J C Ford arrived at Kahului
April 23th, 1C days from San Francisco,
with a cargo of general merchandise.
' .H. ill
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this craning at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme': TAUT I.
March Royal Marines (uew).. Amillon
Overture Masaniello (uew) Aubcr
Chorus Ricnzl "Wagner
Selection II Trovatore Verdi
Like no a Like (uew), Moaula, Nuao
l;a Palai (uew.)
Selection The Old Guard (new)
Waltz Vienna Clirouicle(now) .Strauss
Quadrille Tulipatan (new) .Offenbach
March What the Waves arc saying
Another seizure of opium has been
mado at Kahului, this time on board
the Consuclo, by Ofllcer Good from
Honolulu. The vessel has been
seized by the Government and her
hatches scaled. She was partly
loaded and would have sailed for
San Francisco on Thursday or Fri
day. Now she will be detained un
til a bond can bo executed for her
release. The authorities at Kahu
lui had searched the vessel thor-
oughly upon her arrival there on
Sunday, but found nothing. Mr.
Good arrived from Honolulu on the
Likelike on Tuesday morning and
going on board found in a very
short time 300 tins of tho drug.
Finding it so quickly has led many
to believe that he know where to
.look for it before he came from Ho
The trial of Huakailoa, the nativo
policeman, who was arrested at Ka
hului last week for smuggling opium
came off before Police Judgo Kepoi
kai in Wailuku on Thursday last, he
was found guilty and sentenced to
pay a fine of two hundred dollars
stud to be iniprisioned at hard labor
for one year. An appeal was noted
to the Supreme Court.
The long continued spell of dry
weather has at lust been broken and
the parched earth has been refresh
ed with an abundance of rain. In
Wailuku over two inches have fallen
during tho last week, and almost as
much has fallen throughout the Ma
lta wao district.
There is a rumor to the effect that
Grove Ranch plantation and l'aia
have consolidated, to take effect on
the 1st of July, or after the present
crop of canu has been ground. If
such be the case, Faia plantation
with this addition will be one of the
largest on the islands. N.
The It. Sudden left Kahului for
California on Saturday, with a full
load of sugar, and Mrs. Thicle, son
and daughter as passengers,
Pittsburgh Telegraphs A now
jbaby made its appearance at Squil
dig's house tho other day, "When
papa heard it cry for the first time
he remarked: "Listen to its inau
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
An, Government schools re-open
for n new term on Wednesday.
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Tun Kinau sails for Maui anil Ha
waii at 2 o'clock to-nioirow afternoon.
Thomas Clarke, a natio of Scot
land, died at Kukuihnolo, April 25th,
uged 7(5 years.
Tin: Hawaiian Tramways Co. have
a notice elsewhere respecting the
ordering of special cars for Wuikiki,
Tiik band will give a concert at
Emma Square this evening. Eight
new pieces are down on the pro
gramme. It was tho male of the schooner
Dora llluhni not the Sailor Roy, who
was fined for smuggling liquor at
Pnor. M. M. Scott has returned
from Kauai, whither ho went to hold
n Teachers' Convention. It was a
Father Conrady, of Molokai, was
brought down on Sntimljy to the
Queen's Hospital whore ho now is,
sufl'eiing with dysentery.
Tun attendance at the temperance
meeting for men in Brewer's Block
Satuiday uvening, was very good.
There was several speakers.
Duiuno the stay of the bark Jamaica
in port, tho Captain and agents will
not bo responsible for any debts con
tracted by the officers or crow.
On Sunday morning about four
o'clock, sonic thieves paid a visit to
Mr. Chas. B. Wilson's chicken house,
but got frightened off beforo Charlie
could get a shot at them.
Mn. A. L. Smith's place of busi
ucsss is now in the store next to
Wcnner it Co.'s on Fort street. A
now two story brick building will be
erected on the site of his old store.
Somh people living on Beretania
Btreet went out Saturday night, leav
ing a small dog locked up in the
house. The little beast kept up a
yelping for over an hour much to tho
"delight" of the neighbors.
Maithy the cyclist will arrive here
on Friday, and give his first perfor
mance Saturday evening. The box
plan opens on Thursday, at tho oflico
of L. J. Levey, at 9 o'clock a. in. The
Sydney "Herald" says, "W. S. Malt
by gave the cleverest exhibition of
trick bicycle riding that has over
been witnessed in tho Colonics."
EVENTS THIS EVENiNC.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Lodge Lc Progress de 1' Oceanic
No. 121, A. F. and A. M., at 7:30.
The following tenders were re
ceived to-day for the construction
of the east branch of Punchbowl hill
lion Pin & Co 82,100.00
L. Andrade 2,250.00
C. Ahi&Co 2,200.00
L. P. Hansen 1,925.00
J. N. Kaiaikawaha 1735.50
The tender of the last named was
CAUSE FOR CONGRATULATION.
The Rev. George Wallace, pastor
of the second congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral announced yes
terday morning that the Easter
offerings of the congregation
amounted to S5G9.50, which was
considerable in excess of what was
asked for. He congratulated the
congregation on the gratifying re
sult. It may be stated that this
congregation is entirely free of
debt, in fact has a balance on hand.
The British iron bark Jamaica,
Capt. C. Seibert which left Glasgow,
December 2d, 1888, arrived at this
port on Saturday the 27th, after a
voyage of 124 days. She arrived
off Staten Island, February 28th,
and passed off tho meridian of Capo
Horn, on March 3d, sixty-nlno days
out. On March 9th ami 10th, ex
perienced heavy squalls and gales.
The Jamaica is consigned to F. A.
Schaefer & Co., and brings 1060
tons of miscellaneous merchandise,
BOARD OF HEALTH.
A meeting of the Board of Health
was held this morning at the office.
Sister Marianne was appointed
superintendent of the Boys home at
Kalawao, Molokai, made vacant by
the death of Father Dainien.
John Akana was appointed keeper
of the receiving station at Kalibi.
L.-L. La Pierre wbb appointed
special agent of the Board to take
charge of tho odorless excavator.
A new sot of rules were adopted
for tho management of the Malulani
A letter of condolence had been
sent to the Bishop of Olba, with an
expression of the Board's apprecia
tion of the valued services of the
late Father Damin. Tho BiBhop's
reply was read at the meeting. Tt
stated that the Bishop highly valued
the Board's appreciation of tho de
ceased Father' long and faithful
Bcrrjce. Tho Catholic mission would
always bo happy to confer with the
Board in tho work of humanity and
of Christian charity,
DAILY B.ULLBTIN : HONOLULU, H., I.,
THE LATE FATHER DAMIEN.
KKQCICM MASS AT TUB 110MAK CAT1I
At 9 o'clock this morning there
was pontifical requiem mass at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral for tho
repose of the soul of the late Father
Dainien. Tho nltar3, pulpit and
pillars were nil draped in mourning.
In the body of the church, just be
low tho altar rail, stood a catafalque
with lighted candles on cither side.
On the catafalque was a priest's
stole and the decoration of Knight
Commander of the Royal Order of
Knlakaua, which had been bestowed
on the late Father. Among those
occupying seats in the church were:
Hon. John O. Dominis, Hon. A. S.
Cleghoin, Major J. II. Wodchouse,
II. B. M.'s Commissioner; Mons.
d' Angladc, French Commissioner ;
Scnhor Canavarrro, Portuguese
Commissioner ; Mr. J. W. Robert
son, Vice-Chamberlain ; Mrs. Judgo
McCully, Mr. W. J. Harding, Chief
Engineer II. B. M. S. Cormorant,
and Mr. M. Mclncrny.
Tho mass was sung by the Lord
Bishop of Olba, assisted by Father
Clement as assistant priest, Father
Sylvester, deacon, Father Raymond,
sub-deacon. The St. Louis College
band, under direction of Brother
Francis, played the following music
in excellent style: Funeral March,
Beethoven; Dirge, Fallen heroes,
03 C. A. White; Domini Jcsu
Christi. Schmidt, and two dirges.
During the mass tho Bishop of
Olba advanced to the altar rail and
spoke as follows :
We arc assembled for the purpose
of honoring the memory of a man
whose fame has been extended over
the whole globe. There is perhaps
not a city small or large in the civil
ized woild where the name of Fa
ther Damien is not heard and bless
ed by every feeling heart. Every
honest man is entitled to our res
pect; but there are many degrees in
the merits of good men. A good
Christian is justly honored by his
fellow Christians ; a generous bene
factor is entitled to the giatitudc of
those who have received his benefits ;
a zealous propagator of the Gospel
of Christ who works houesth for
the salvation of souls, and who prac
tices himself the works of charity he
preaches to others, will always earn
the admiration of fair minded peo
ple. Father Damien unites all these
titles in an eminent degree in com
mon with many others. But ho has
two moie glorious titles which raise
him above the rest of good men, he
is a hero and a martyr of Christian
charity. History offers many he
roes in different directions. The
most celebrated arc perhaps those
brave men who risked their lives on
the battle field for the defense of
their country with the determined
resolution to conquer or to die.
Father Damien seems to me to be a
more glorious hero than he who falls
on the battlefield sword in hand.
About S4. years old, in the fulness
of health and strength, he offered
himself to share the fate of those un
fortunate human beings, whom Pro
vidence has separated from the in
tercourse with their relatives and
friends. Ho asked as a favor the
permission to live in an anticipated
tomb for the consolation and for the
corporal and spiritual comfort of
those sufferers who were there by
necessity. His hierarchical superiors
had only the pleasure of giving their
consent to this selfsacrilicing offer
with their admiration of his superior
merit. He not only exposed himself
to the loathsome disease, but he
faced the danger with a supernatural
Christian indifference, perhaps with
more hope than fear to fall a victim
of his charity. Without doing harm
to anybody ho conquered like Christ
by his death. After having felt
during many years the symptoms of
the coming disease, these last two
years it had become evident that the
disgusting sickness had taken hold
of his body. He continued still his
arduous work as long as the least
ability remained, until God called
him to his reward, a real martyr of
his devotion to the work of Christian
charity during 10 years when he had
entered only into his fiftieth year.
In the name of the corporation of
which Father Damien was a distin
guished member I thank you for the
kind proof of sympathy you give us
by your presence ou this occasion.
At the same time allow mc to con
gratulate you, because your public
tribute of honor paid to the memory
of a priest whoso faith may more or
less differ from yours, pioves that
you highly appreciate Christian vir
tue wherever you find it.
The Bishop also spoko in Ha
waiian, being considerably affected.
Tho Very Rev. Father Lconorc
acted as usher, and saw that llio
largo congregation present was com
Artificial Teeth from one to au entire
set inserted on gold, silver, alluminum
and rubber bases. Crown and Urlilge
Work a specialty. To persons wearing
rubber plates which aro a constant
source of Irritation to tho month and
throat, wu would recommend our Pro
lihylnctic Metal Piute. All operations
performed in accordiinco with tho latest
improvements In dental science. Teeth
Extracted without pain by tuu use of
Nitrous Oxido Que.
tSyOfnoo ut Old Trcgloan Itesidenco,
notel street. FubSO-Bl)
T HE DAILY BULLETIN-'fhe
X most popular paper published.
THE ANDREW WELCH.
The new iron bark Andrew Welch
flying the Hawaiian Hag arrived in
port on Saturday, G3 days from
Newcastle, N. S. W., with 1,335
tons of coal consigned to Messrs. C.
Breu cr & Co. The Andrew Welch
was built by Messrs. Russell & Co.
at Kingston, Port Glasgow, under
the superintendence of Capt. W. II.
Marston, specially for the trado be
tween Honolulu and San Francisco.
Captain Marston is well known here
ns a former commander of tha Lady
Lampson. The Welch was launched
August 30, 1898, and is of the fol
lowing dimensions : length 195 feet ;
breadth 30 feet; depth 18 feet 9 in.
net register tonnage 8G1 tons. She
has fine lines and is a good sailer.
A deckhouse comfortably accomod
ates the crew and the cook's galley.
On the forecastle sho carries the
new stylo of lighthouses, and aft in
the poop she has accommodation of
a superior class for a limited num
ber of passengers. Tho mnstcr's
private suite of cabins arc aft in the
elliptical stern of the ship, and arc
most completely finished. There
are fur staterooms two upon
either side of the saloon with
steamer style of entrances to them,
and eacli room with two berths,
besides a well upholstered lounge.
The toilet arrangements are also up
to the latest style. Revolving chairs
are fitted along the dining tabic and
the saloon fittings are handsomely
finished in bird's-cyo maple inlaid
with flowers and divided into panels
by fluted polished teak pilasters,
surmounted with handsomely formed
floral mouldings in gilt. There is
no doubt the Welch will be a fav
orite passenger vessel between bore
and the coast.
Tho Welch left Glasgow, October
3, 1888, on her first voyage which
was to Newcastle, N. S. W. Dur
ing the vo3-agc a little boy of the
Captain's died of sunocation, the
result of a piece of fruit sticking in
his throat. A sailor fell overboard
but was rescued.
The Welch left Newcastle for this
port February 23d, and experienced
variable weather. She is docked at
the foot of Fort street and already
a large number of people have visit
ed her. After discharging her coal
she will load sugar for San Francisco.
Monday, April 29th.
Nine drunks had to pay the usual
amount of $0.
Nine Chinese forfeited bail of So
on a charge of gaming.
Win. Mitchell charged with mali
cious injury was fined $2.
Other cases were continued.
KoCiccs under this head are charged 10 cent
per line for the first insertion, and S cents per line
aery additional insertion.
AFFY on Stick at the "Elite."
The Beautiful Seaside Resort at Wai-
kiki (formerly the residence of Col.
Q. W. Macfarlanc), known as
Park Beach Hotel
The Premises consist of
A Main Building,
Lanal 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, Eto.
Largo and CommodiouB
Stables with Carriage House,
Upper Floor titled with Largo Airy
Itoonis, suitable for servants,
etc., etc. There are
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Premises on which
could bo erected cottages for visitors,
should tho placo he converted into a
hotel, for which it Is admirably adapted.
Tho Oatliing facilities equal the best
along the lino of beach,
fi?"Theso Premises will bo leased for
a term of years to responsible pai ties,
Por further particulars apply to
W, G. IRWIN & CO.
C" A Bprinfffleld Gas Machine la
on the Premises uud the pipes lead into
all tho above Iiuildings. apr-25-69
APEIL 29, 1889.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Free for all.
1J mllo dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
Hawaiian bred horses
3rd KING'S PLATE:
1 mile dash.
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 !u !Mo harness. Ha
waiian bred horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE;
RUNNING RACE. mile dash.
Free for all.
5th GOVERNOR DOMINIS' CUP:
RUNNING RACE. milo dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
6th WAIMANALO CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Three minute
class. Milo heats; bests in 3. For
all horses that liuvo never beaten 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
RUNNING RACE. Sweepstakes
of $:!5. ?.f milodash. For Hawaiian
bred 2 year olds. It) entries filled
and clcsod 16SS.
Blh KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Free
for all. Mile heats; best :i in '. All
hones with record of !J:t0 or better
to be lmudicapprd.
9th R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash.
Free for all, wlnuer to bc.Ul:lG.
To be run for annually.
10th HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP,
and S addod:
RUNNING RACE. U mile heats;
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of tho
winner two consecutive years. Win
ner last year, Waterford Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Milo
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 WATERFORD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile dash. 1st quarter, 2nd quartor,
iird quarter and 4th quarter. Ha
waiian bred horses.
14th PONY RACE:
RUNNING. 1 milo dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha
BSy The programme is subject to
Oceanic stuslii Cong'r.
Arrive at Honolulu:
Australia May .1
Alameda May 11
Australia May !il
Maripona Juno 8
Australia funo 28
Zcalandia July i
Australia July 2G
Alameda August l
Australia August 23
Mariposa August 31
Australia September 20
Zeahufdia .Scptoinber 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 20
Australia November 15
Mariposa May 4
Australia May 10
Zcalandia luuu 1
Australia Juno 7
Alameda luno 20
Australia July fi
MaripoBa July 27
Australia Auiu't 2
Zoalandia Augiibt 21
Australia August 30
Alanujdn (September 21
Australia Soptembor 27
Mariposa October 19
Australia, October 25
Zcalandia Novembor 1G
Australia November 22
Alameda December 11
Borders & Decorations,
A. 3L.HVKO XiOt
XntoMt StyloB I
And for sale at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
" TEMPLE OF
CORKER HOTEL &
GREAT BARGAINS !
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
jJJ? $1.50 A. PAIR.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
J8"On 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 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, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we hnvo 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.
J3oll Telephone, CO "a fi-
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near 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;
OOTTOJEI and IaiJBL TIIJCfSISIir, .
In Glass and Stono Jars; ,,
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GIR3S; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, Best JBrand in tho IHnrlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and C.iso. All Brands of ' ll)
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Ete,, -
In Pints and Quarts; ' ' y.
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts. a v
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe, 4,
Apollinari Water, Kummols, '
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfamlol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, nocks, Etc., Etc.
g0- All of which will bo sold AT LOWEST KATES by '
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 1 OUT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgentB for P. Lorillard !z Coa Tobaccos, & W, S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Telephone, 3Tf X
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