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SATURDAY r MAY 1, 1889.
8 S Umatilla from San Francisco at
Stinr J A Cummins from Kooluu
Stinr Walaleido from Kami I
Stinr .Ins Mnkco from Knunl
Stmr Lehua from llniunktin
Stmr Viva from Maul
Haw lik V 11 Godfrey, Dabel, for San
VESSELS LEAVTnC MONDAY.
Stmr Knala for alaluaaiid Walnuuc at
9 a m
)6clir Mary for Haunlcl
Sehr Ka Mol for Koholalelc
From San Francisco, per S S Uma
tilla, May ;! W J. Hopper, wife and 2
children, Y II Ballev, lss May Bailey,
.1 E Hush, F M tiMluli, 11 Luwls, J in S
Wlllhun. II fcllvcrwood, Kcv V 1)
Wcstervoltand wife, Miss II T Mead,
Win Stoddard, A. Alusloy, W S Malt by,
Sli.d S Darlington and 'M steerage.
From Muul ami Hawaii, per stinr W
( li.i.l, May 3 From the Volcano: Mrs
Twci'dlr, Mrs Stevens and sou, Misses
Stevens (2). Miss Bishop, l)r S D G
Walter.-, Miss A MeBryde, W W Camp
bell and wife, and A AleUryde. From
Kona, Knit and hahalna: Col Sam Kor
rii, 11 K Glade, Mrs l-rlel and son, Jno
Good, Kobt L Stevenson, J Monsarratt,
.J D Hothwell, O N t-peuecr, Itev 11
a nes, HevS II Davis, .1 V t-initli, It
W Walbrldgc, Mrs S Iv Kane, W II Wil
liamson and wife, Hon 1' IsT Makce, J A
Apo and wife, Misses Apo (2), and G II
Bailey, !t prisoners, SI deck.
From Pnget bound, per bk C O Whit
inorc. May 3 Goo Calhoun and Air
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr V G Hall 5.U2U bags sugar, 118
bags coffee, 210 bags atva, 41 hides,
30 p gs, 3 horses, ii i pkgs suds, and
25 head cattle, and 10 calves from
The bark C O Wliitmorc brought May
3rd from I ort Tow. send. 030,000 feet of
lumber for Allen & Houhv-on.
The steamers Ltkelike. Kilauca
Hon and Aiokolii will be due on
Sunday morning from their respective
The bs Umatilla, 13 W Holmes Master,
sailed from -an Francisco Friday April
26th, at 12:15 p in, with 17 cabin and
30 steerage passengers, 1120 tons freight
of general mdse. Experienced April
2Gth to May 1st light breeze from the
northward and westward with smooth
sea and fine weather; May 2d to Jth
light N 13 trades and line weather.
ARRIVALS AT SAN FliANOISCO.
April 20th, ss Umatilla, 8 days from
Honolulu: April 22d, bark Ilesper, 28
days from Honolulu; April 23rd brig W
G Irwin, 21 days from Honolulu; April
25th bk Edmund l'hlnney 22 days from
Kahului, bk Aldcn Bessie 28 days from
l)Kl'AHTUHi:S FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
April 10th sehr Rosalind for Hono
lulu; April 24th "rigG 11 Douglas for
Honolulu; April 1 th bktne S N Caste
for Honolulu; April S.ith sehr W S
Bowne for Honolulu.
The bk Colusa was announced to sail
April 2 th, and would be follow ed by
the Lady Lamp&on.
Gray's Harbor April 17th, bktne
Eureka from Honolulu.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at the
Emma Square, commencing at
1:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: March Waves Lusch witz
Overture Masaniello Auber
Finale Bivouac Fetrella
Selection Ernani Verdi
Waltz Vienna Chionielo Strauss
Quadrille Tulipatan Offenbach
A NEW SCHOONER.
Messrs. Hall Bros., of Port Blake
ley, will shortly commence work
on a new four-masted schooner for
Messrs. Lewers & Cooke, for the
lumber trade between Honolulu and
the-Sound. She wiil be a little
larger thau the Robt. Seniles, re
cently at this port.
A private letter received on the
Umatilla slates that lion. John A.
Cummins and his son Thomas are
well, and have been very much en
tertained during their stay in San
Francisco. They went to St. Ma
teo to pay a visit to San Matthews'
Hall, where Tommy used to go to
school, taking with them tho Na
Lani Ehiku Dlub, who gave a con
cert there. Mrs. Crocker gave a
party in their honor. They were to
leave San F.iancisco April 27th, for
the East, en route to Paris.
Mr. Frank M. Hatch, tho well
known lawyer, arrived on the Uma
tilla, and will receive a warm wel
come from his many friends. Mrs.
Hatch, nee Miss Alice Ilawes, re
mains in San Francisco another
Messrs. J, N. S. Vr'illlams and
Harry Lewis returned on the
Umatilla, looking much better for a
trip to the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hopper and
family were niuong the arrivals on
The Rev. W. D. Westervclt and
wife arrived on the Umatilla, and
are the guests of Mrs. Dr. J. M.
Whitney. Mr. Westervclt comes to
work among the Hawaiians.
Mr. W. S. Mnltby, the champion
cyclist, has arrived.
Mr. W. II. Bailey and Miss May
Bailey returned to the islands ou tho
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10CAL & GEHERVL HEWS.
Fresh frozen oysters nt Nolte'a,
M.YXNAI! birds arc wanted sco adv.
Sugar has gone up to 7 :17. Hur
rah! The S. S. Umatilla brought $50,
000 in gold coin.
The Umatilla brought 3D bags of
mail for tho Post Oflicc.
No blue ribbon entertainment this
evening at the Y. M. O. A.
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The Anglicnu Church Chronicle
for May has been received.
Eltcven passengers nrrived
the Volcano on the V. G. Hall.
Tenders, for tho new market hotise
should be sent in by noon on Mon
A btone belonging to cither a ring,
pin or brooch awaits its ownor at this
Special service at Kaumakapili
Church Sunday evening, at 7:150
Head clscwheio what tho
nia Fruit Market received
No meeting of tho Typographical
Union this evening. Postponed to
the 11th mat.
A certificate representing 10
shares of Mutual Telephone Co.'s
stock has been lost.
Mr. Kobt. Lowers will give .$25 to
tho club winning the most games
during tho baseball season.
The entertainment by tho Glean
er's Society will be gven on Monday
evening, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
An English sermon will be deliv
ered at tho Roman Catholic Cathe
dral, at tho 7 o'clock mass, Sunday
A special meeting of Nuuanu
Chapter Rose Croix No. 1 A. and A.
S. R., will be held Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock.
Three prisoners arrived from Ha
waii on the V. G. Hall yesterday.
Two of them are under sentence for
The 300 tins of opium seized on
the ConBuelo at Kahului were
brought to Honolulu yesterday on
the W. G. Hall.
What's that wo hear? The Ilea
lani beat the Helene from Pearl har
bor to Honolulu by over half an
Dr. II. E. Grossman kindly re
membered tho Bulletin by sending
a file of late San Franciseo papers.
Many thanks, doctor.
Mr. J. T. Waterhouse Jr. is spoken
of in the San Francisco papers as
"Bishop J. T. Waterhouse of Hono
lulu." The very idea.
Purser E. A. Kiel of the Umatilla
and the Hawaiian News Co. have the
thanks of tho Bulletin for files of
late San Francisco papers.
The band concert at the Hotel last
evening was well' attended. Dancing
was indulged in in the parlor, after
tho progMnuno had been concluded.
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The Kamehamehas and Kaiulanis
play the first game of baseball at 11:30
o'clock this afternoon, under the aus
pices of the Hawaii Baseball League.
Mr. W. W. Campbell, who with
his wife, rtturned on tho W. G Hall
from a trip to tho Volcano, gives a
glowing account of tho activity of
the crater. The guide told them it
had not been so active in a long time.
A more striking and truo likeness
of II. It. II. Princess Kaiulani could
not possibly havo been made, than
the one taken by J. J. Williams yes
terday. Tho photographs will be
ready for exhibition on Monday.
As no request had been made to
the Oeeanio Company by tho U. S.
Navy Department to have tho Mari
posa stop at Apia, it is not known
whether or not a stop will bo made
to take on hoard some of the wreck
Tin: Honolulu Arion had a splen
did meeting last evening. They havo
purchased a new $300 piano, will
place a Mutual telephone in their
hall, and also a billiard table. Sev
eral new members were elected. A
concert will probably ho given some
time during next month.
EVENTS THIS EVENTnC
Band -concert at Emma Square,
at 4 :30.
Performance by Maltby, the cy
clist, at the Hawaiian Opera House,
at 8 o'clock.
THIS EVENING'S PERFORMANCE.
W. S. Maltby, the champion cy
clist, arrived on the Umatilla and
gives his Urst performance in the
Opera House this evening at 8
o'clock. No one buouUI fail to see
him; it will bo a treat. Prof. Mel
ville will also appear in daring feats
on the trapeze. The box plan is.
open at the olllce of L. J. Loey.
Be in time.
S. S. UMATILLA.
The steamship Umatilla, Capt. E.
W. Holmes, arrived at her dock ten
minutes past twelve o'clock this
morning from San Francisco with
seventeen cabin and thirty steernge
passengers. Despite tho late hour
quite a large number of people were
on the dock. Tho Umatilla sails
next Friday at noon for San Fraa-
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Late Foreign lews.
Per S. S. Vmutilh.)
The Princess Charlotte Eugenie,
sister of King Oscar of Sweden, is
Jay Gould has been elected presi
dent'of the Texas Pacific Railroad.
Mrs. Harrison U much exercised
over the condition of the Presi
General Legitime has won an Im
portant victory In Ilayti.
Stanley's recent discoveries are
regarded ns of great importance to
An Arctic exploring expedition
has started from Winnipeg.
The Rockaway Beach hotel, which
cost 81,000,000, has been sold for
A severe storm has done great
damage in Georgia.
A Gladstonian has been elected
to succeed Colonel Ilughcs-IIallet,
Conservative, in the British House
Parnell has instituted a suit
aiiainst the London Times for libel,
claiming 100,000 damages.
The Czar has issued an edict by
which ho forbids the members of tho
Russian imperial family to contract
Albert M. Frey, the champion
pool player, died April 25 at New
Yoilc, of plouro-pneumouia.
Gen. Boulauger has left Belgium
and gone to Loudon.
An explosion has occurred in the
Branccperth colliery at Durham, in
which five persons were killed.
An Austrian Imperial decree has
been issued dissolving the Provin
cial Diets and ordering new elec
tions. The Inman line's new steamer
City of Paris made the trip from
New York to Queenstown in 5 days
and G hours.
The plans for the erection of the
Arctic relief station at Point Bar
row are now complete, and it it. pro
posed to nu-di the work forward.
General Palmer of IlliiioU is a
new candidate for U. S. Public
William Whitciuan lias been ap
pointed Chief Justice of New Mex
ico. General Sigcl has resigned his
position as Pension Agent at New
Count de St. Foix, U. S. Minister
to Uruguay, has been transferred to
The Lancashire handicap steeple
chase, April 23 was won by the
Prince of Wales' horse Magic.
The Bijou Theatre at Melbourne
was burned April 24. The building
is practically a total loss.
Guatemala has determined to
place its Atlantic coast in cable
communication with the cables which
cross the Atlantic.
The yacht Coronet arrived at
New York April 25th after a suc
cessful cruiac arouud the world.
Thomas Stevens, the New York
World's special commissioner in
Africa has been heard from and
explains the situation at Zanzibar.
It is olllcially announced that Sir
Edward Mulct, British Minister at
Berlin, Mr. Scott, Biitish Minister
at Berne, and Mr. Crowe have been
appointed delegates to the Saraoan
Francis Freeman, the heir to a
fortune, died in the Ma-sachusetts
State Almshouse without knowing
he was rich.
Charles Slacker, said to have been
a wealthy count, committed suicide
in New York.
West Depere, Wis., has been al
most destroyed hy (ire.
Two men were killed and three
injured bv a railroad accident near
Berwick, "III,, April 22.
The U. S. S. Brooklyn arrived
all safe at New York, April 24lh.
The yellow fever is raging at
Rio Janeiro' One hundred deaths
occur daily. A case is also reported
Postmaster Pearson of New York
The U. S. S. Nipsic has been
floated at Apia, and the German
warshipUJIga has arrived at Auck
land, iioth theso vessels were in
the recent naval disaster.
Much anxiety is felt with regard
to the non-arrival of tho Mononga
hela at Samoa.
William Henry Smith, First Lord
of the British Treasury, is about to
be raised to the peerage.
The Roumanian Parliament has
appropriated 15,000,000 francs to
complete tho necessary frontier for
tifications. Severe snowstorms are reported
in Silesia. The storms have added
greatly to the distress caused by tho
The Russian Czar is suffering
from extreme nervousness and ex
citement, being in constant dread of
attempts on his life.
Hx-King JMllun, it is stated at
Belgrade, has become a monk of
Jerusalem. His idea is said to
eventually becomo patriarch of all
The steamer City of Chester,
which arrivod at Queenstown April
12th, from New York, reports that
ubc passed, on April 8th, the Danish
steamer Daumark, from Copenha
gen, bound for New York, water
logged and abandoned in miibocean.
She was formerly a Belgian steamer
under the name of JauHydel,of 22G0
tons. Forty-two of the crew and
220 of her passengers arrived at
Libhon, April 22d.
The largest and fiercest (ire wit
nessed at Now York for yeais swept
tho cast bank of tho North rlvor
if' - nr - i ii ' t mh
April lpth, claar from Fifty-ninth
street to what would he Sixty-UUh
street If that street run to the river.
It destroyed more than a million and
a half of propci ty belonging to the
New York Central Railroad Com
pany and at least half a million
dollars worth of lard, flour and tho
llko belonging to other persons, not
ably N. K. Fairbauk, tho great Chi
cago lard merchant. Tho flames
destroyed two big elevators of the
Vanderbilt Bystein, a big brick
building stretching from Fifty-ninth
to Sixtieth streets, and occupied
jointly by the Fairbank lard relliicly
and the Rossiter storei, and wiped
out the dock property of the New
York Central Railroad from Fifty
ninth to past Sixty-fifth street. The
total loss by the lire is placed nt
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
I1T J. V. MOKOAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, at salesroom,
the lease of Government lot at No.
17, Fort street, together with the
brick building thereon.
The six Hawaiians who went over
on the Umatilla to give musical per
formances in the States have played
a very successful engagement at the
Orphcum. They have evidently
made a hit from wbat the San Fran
cisco papers say. They are billed
as "King Kalakaua'sClub, imported
direct fiora Honolulu. They are
native born Hawaiians and speak no
English. Their music is not really
artistic, but it comes from the heart
and goes to the heart."
MR. P. C. JONES BUILDING.
The following is clipped from the
"Seattle Post Intelligencer" :
Kllensburg, April 20. Work is
to be commenced on Monday on P.
C. Jones' two-story brick, corner
Fifth and Pearl streets. The old
building's arc being removed from
J. Straub's property on Pearl street,
and work will be commenced on a
two-story brick adjoining Mr. Jones'
building at once. Seven deeds to
Ellensburg property were mailed to
different Honolulu parties to-day,
who are investing quite heavily here.
Numerous sales of residence pro
perty and acre tracts were made to
day to strangers, with whom the
hotels are lilted.
Kotices under tUs heiul are charged 10 ctntt
per line for the first insertion, nrf 6 oenH per Un
every additional insertion.
EXTRA Flue Crenn Cakus and
Mines Pics to-iluy at the "Elite."
VTESSRS. DODD & MILLER
LVJL havo jun received ox Umatilla
another lot of that, " PHILADELPHIA
LA.UKU BEf-R" in kegs which they
arc offering to their customers. 2-11 lw
"Umatilla" for Californii Fruit
on ice. Cherries, first of
itieeusou; Fio.on Uystein, Fresh Sal.
non. Cauliflower. Als-o, Navel Orange,
ili lie in Liines, biully Lmoii8, .New
ieason Onious, New :ie;mon Potatoes.
Grapes, Melons anil Oranges from Wai.
ilua; prices reasouable; Mutual Tele,
phone 378. 2413
CERTIFICATE No. 2.i0 representing
10 Rharcs of Mutual Telephone
Co.'s tt ick. A r ward w II be jriven to
ti y ncMoti rituruing suM cettifl"ite to
.Ml H II. M. 1JOW.
Monday, May 6, '89.
Overture Ernani Fantusie
Miss Emily HalBtend.
Goddess of Spring Miss Cornwell
f'andnra Miss Dnwsett
Multiplication of Vexminn
Tho Sultan'.-. Favorite.. ...Miss Hassincer
I'hysche Mis Mist
ji.ic!. ( E. Fn.xnn DNhop
Simple bimon -j j (). farter, A
A Dutch Housewife Mis3 Lowers
Eluiiie Miss Ellen Hopper
Nydla Miss Wnnl
Lullaby Gertrude llrown
Recitation Death of the Old Squire
Mr. H. W.Peck.
Mater Dolorosa Miss Fuller
A ca Nymph MUs .May Atkinson
Cleopatra Miss Coney
.,,., f fMIss Kinney
lhcMim,ot A If. ed W. Carter
Substruction U Distraction. . . . . -colt
Porlla Miss Wldilllleld
Comedy MLJs eight
Tragedy Miss Dernien Parke
Ophelia MUs Dillingham
Good Night Miss Emily HaUtcad
Lord Ullin's Daughter.
Miss II. Chamberlain, dipt. Staples,
Mr. Ulssoll, A.F. Judil, Jr.
ir.w,.i r,.nf i Mrs. E. O. Damon
Vocal Duct (Mr. fllssell
The Goddess of Bsauly A Masque
Th" floddoss Evelyn Dexter
D.iwu uay Damon
Day Juliet Kill''
Twilight Lottie Leo Hart well
Xlht biullo Ledorcr
Flowers . . . i Aila Wliltney
I'orcst Lbjiu Wo-t
,-n.i ,....,,, ., My ni aiiih
Child , .Ethel Au-u
hum tmjusmmqvumh-m'i H'
Per S. 3. Utnatllla,
At The Beaver Saioon
II. J. XOlB'E, Proprietor.
FOR SAN FKAXOISCO,
Tho Al HteamMiip
"Will havo Honolulu for the nhovo
'nday, &V3ay lOth,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Searcher of Records
General Writer &. Cotniillcr.
Olllce, 8'1 King street (Sander's Erprrss),
Telephone Ivo. SO. Abstracts of Titles
intulc, with accu'nry and dispatch.
N account of my intcndlus; to leave
Honolulu on May luthou the Uma
tilla, I leanest all pcr-ons having any
claims against me to present them at
the olliee of A. Jaeger.
.F. X. ItOIUN.-'ON".
Honolulu, April 3D, 18SU. 2J7 lw
nnilE annual meeting of the 1st Dlvi.
JL slim of the Liuuoknlanl Educa
tional tim:iety will bo held nt the resi
dence of Ii. It. 11. 1'rinccss Liliunkalnni
at WiiehlniMoa I'lnce, on WEDNES
DAY, Slay liuli, ut 4 o'clock i m., lor
e'ection of oillcers for the ensuing year.
A (till attendance is reque-teil.
233 U FEU OKDEH.
IS hereby given that the partnership
heietofore exl ting between l hung
Tin Kwai and Qwoug Yick Lung, under
the thin name of Qwong Ylek Lunj Co.
doing lmhic3 nt Kahului, Maul, has
been dKsolved. '1 ho business will
benccfoith be carried on by Qwong
Yick Lung, who will eullect all the
debts and pay all the liabilities of the
late lii-m 230 2v
HAVING been duly appointed
signei! of the citato of W.
Buchanan, I5wil;rnnt, I hcroliy notify
all pernons having claims against said
estate to present same to mo at once
duly proven before the Court and nil
persons Indebted to bald cstato will
make immediate payment to me at the
olllce of the tl'iwniiun Un ines Kency.
LCl'IS T VALENTIN K,
Ap-igueo V. H. liiicliunan.
HoihVu'ii, II I.Mayl 138 i. 210 31
Arrivo at Honolulu:
Australia May Jll
Mariposa .luno 8
Australia Juno 28
Zealandia July (i
Australia July 2G
Alameda August 3
Australia August 23
Mariposa August 31
Australia September 20
Zcnlaudia September 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 20
Mariposa. . ,. fuly
Austialia.. . ." Augutt
Alameda ."- -ph-ntliiT
Australia rUpit mlmr
Maripof a October
Borders & Decorations,
A. JL.uri.cu J-.ol. !
XiUlOHl BtyloH I
.J UHt. llOOUlVOli 1
Aml for tiilo til reduced prices.
i-s. tEfc .IW &:3r -
Oceanic Stcml Coinp'r.
COltNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
Jk.n? $1.50 -
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves !
(No. 1 QUALITY);
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
flOf-On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificicnt stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as tho business will bo discontinued. Tho stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosier3', Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wo have a
largo and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll Xcloj)honc, CO -a S&
Ho. 24 Merchant Street. Rear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or CaBo;
SCOTCH and XXfclSJQ. TVHISIiTr,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Vory Fino fc Vory Cheap Qualitios, as aro wanted ;
GSgtiS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, JLJent Brand lu ilie 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 Pints and Quarts.
Bittoi'H, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kuminole,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AS foixowb :
Zinfandol, Malaga, Tolcay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hooks, Etc., Eta.
All of whioh will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOHT STREET, HOXOLUMJ.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agonta for P.
Lorillard & Co.'s
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aorated Water Works - 73 Hotel Streets
A - JP-AJCJEfc.
Corner Ilotcl & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Telephone, 371
Salo a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
A DEALKItS IN-
TobaccoB, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'