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WEDNESDAY, MAT 8, Uj89.
Stmr Knala from M'ntnlua a d Wulnnae
Sclir Mllle Morris from Koolau
Stuir Kltinu from Hawaii and Vtittl
Stmr Kllaiiea lion for Itntmilitia
Stmr V lnlcttlo for ICiliiuuiiniul Ilnmtlui
. nt ! p in
Schr ICatike.ioitll for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr ltaala for Walalua and Walanac
at 1) a in
Btmr 1'ole for Wiilnica, Kniml, at 5 p m
From llamakua, per ptinr Iwalanl,
Way 7 J hvei unci wife, V 11 funis,
flilssMullliiijcr, J S Mttlilicad and 20
For Kauai, per 'tinr Mlkaliala, Jltiy 7
Mis V Jl Hllie, A Dieier, .Mr Sylva
and wife, Mr Kaliauanul and 0 deck.
For Maul, per ttnr Llkellke, May 7
Hon i' N Mai.ee, ltuv .1 Walaiiiati, it U
Wnllirldc, I A Palmer. G II Hullo ,
Mr- Vm Giffard. Mr Hallcy, II MonI
son, V Uiiilowitz, utid :!0 deck,
Fioin Hawaii and Maid, per stmr
Klnai . May 8 Major W II Cornwull,
J 1) Trcxloati. Jr. li M linlilwln, Mrs II
T alker and olii.d, N. r. t Innnii i, Miss
Mary llauuna. u 1 Wood, 0 It S Kyn
uerley, Hov J M Silver, V Johnston,
Tom; I'ong, Mrs II T JJnldwIn and '.!
clii.dien, iMiss li Cookett, CF Short and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalanl filuH b.igs sugar, and 20
The Kinnu hi ought this morning from
windward pons: 10,118 hags sugar, tii
hags spuds, 2!) hugs e in, 100 sheep. 1
horse, '2'2 pkgs hides, 130 pkgs sundries.
PLANTS AND FERNS.
At noon to-morrow. Mr. Levey
will sell at Ins auction rooms, 1713
plants and ferns raised by Mr. E.
V. Jordan, from imported plants,
amongst wliiuh aro poutadira cras
sipes, a water plant from the liver
Amazon. It grows best in a tub of
water, with a little eanh in the bot
tom. The original plant cost 2.. 50
in San Francisco. Then there is
the anlhurium cryM.iiliuuni, one of
the handsomest of thu anthuriunis,
best variety of the silver fern and
PROF. BRIGHAM'S LECTURE.
The announcement of a lecture by
Prof. W. T. Brigliatn should be the
means of attracting a large audience,
but such was not the case last even
ing, when at the Y. M. O. A. hall,
that gentleman gave an exceedingly
interesting talk on Photography.
The audience was very small, but
those who did go were well reward
ed, for the lecture was very interest
ing throughout. Prof. Brighani
spoke of the experiments made in
developing the art of photography,
and the perfection it had reached
in the present day, giving a vast
amount of useful information.
The Japan Gazette of April 8th
has the following : The milch cows
brought from the Hawaiian Islands
for Mr. Tomekiehi, of Tokyo, seem
to have been lively beasts. The
"Nichi Nicln" states that several of
them behaved so ferociously while
on board that, to ensure the safety
of the passengers, they had to be
thrown over board. The rest were
brought on to Yokohama nnd trans
ported on Thursday week to Tokyo
by train. On the way from Sliitn
bashi one of the animals became ex
cited, struck its horns against the
ground, and dropped down dead.
Hawaiian cows evidently object to
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
Iir.KOKU l'lir.STON J.
Wednesday, May 8th.
In re application of G. W. Mac
farlano for writ of mandamus to W.
L. Green, Minister of Finance.
Petition of G. W. Macfarlane for
writ of mandamus. Return Day.
Continued to a tiny to be agreed
upon by counsel. No appearance
of or for application. Deputy Attorney-General
A. P. Peterson for
In re estate of Mrs. Emma Muir
head of Kukuinu, llamakua, Ha
waii. Petition of John Aluiihead,
husband, to have Andrew Brown
appointed administrator. Ordired
that letter) of administration be
issued to said Andrew Brown under
$1500 bond. Cecil Brown for peti
tioner; petitioner in person.
In re estate of Paahao Pi I (w),
late of Kaucohc, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
deceased. Petition of V. K. Pii
(k), to havo will admitted to pro
bato and have letters testamentary
issued to Robert Makalitdupn, exe
cutor uained in the will. Hearing
continued from tith inst. Ordered
that will be admitted to probate,
mid there being no personal estate
only real, no executor is needed ;
debts husband is responsible for. J.
L. Kuulukou for petitioner; J. II.
Bareiittba for Kane (k) one of devi
sees, "Who held up Moses hands while
Joshua fought tho Philistines';1"
asked the .Superintendent. "Ilur
and Aaron!" shouted the good boy.
"She and Aaron," softly corrected
the new scuooliua'in,
U1CAL & CEIIERAL HEWS.
Tliu King is unwell.
- -- " ' -TliK
litte major is iu town.
Mn. 'J. H. Brum
has n card of
Titr.nn will bo no service at
Andrew's Cathedral this evening.
Tliu Uev. J. M. Silver of Koliala is
in town, to attend the A.nglicun
Seno . eopy of the Uullktin
Weekly Summary on the Umatilla
to your friends abroad,
Tliu Swiss Waihlera and Maltby,
the cyclist, appear at the Opera
Ilonso again this evening.
Tin: Poi Association will hold a
public meeting to-morrow evening
at the Armory, at 8 o'clock.
Tm:ur. will bo u musicalo at Oahu
College, Friday evening, which pro
mises to be a very fine air.iir.
Ir you want some fine grapes, call
on Mr. T. Ciibtloy, Fort siieet, neaily
opposite the Government .cliool. .
i i .i i ii . m
Who was the six-foot-two young
man who wanted to get into the
Opera lloubo for half price last even
ing? Application for foreign money or
ders per S. S. Umatilla, will be re
ceived at the Post Oilice until Thuis
day at -1 p. m.
Mn. George O. Hockley, the popular
purser of the Kiuau gave a dinner at
IJilo last Saturday evening, in honor
of the fortieth anuiveisary of his
IIavu you a desire to sport a dia
mond? If eo,call on II. F. Wichman,
he has just received an invoice ot
line unmounted diamonds, which
will be sold cheap.
Mr. 15. F. Dillingham has made all
arrangements for liis locomotives and
passenger ears for the Oahu Ilail
toad. lie returns to Honolulu on
the next trip of the Umatilla.
liiun what Mr. C. J. Fishel has to
say in another column about his new
goods, especially millinery. His store
appears to be a very attractive place
at the present time, and no wonder.
Tin: "Paradise of the Pacific" for
May is out, with an unusually inlei
osting number of articles on the
islands. Copies can be obtained at
the bookstores and ot J. J. Williams,
As it is the wish of a l.irge number
of people, that the Swisb Jodelers,
sing "Der Waesafall" this evening, it
is earnestly hoped that Manager
Levey will so arrange the programme,
hs to comply with their request.
Shortly after the performance at
the Opera House last evening, a
young lawyer diiving home i.m into
Air. AlcCandlesV buggy turning it
over and throwing down the horse.
Fortunately someone caught hold of
the hi idle and it was got up without
much damage been done.
Mit. W. II. Schmidt and Mrs.
Schmidt entertained, at their resi
dence, last evening, a huge gathering
of their friends. The first part of
the evening was devoted to comedy,
interspersed with mus-io, the both
veiy nicely played by all who took
part. Refreshments followed. The
hospitable host and hostess were "as
siduous in their attention to the
numerous guests, making all feel at
home, at ease, and happy.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Riilcs, at
Performance by Maltby, the cy
clist, and Swiss singers, at Hawaiian
Opera House, at .
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Service at Central Union Church,
at 7.: 30.
Keliearsal Honolulu Arion Society,
Meeting of Anglican Synod at
Sociable at vestry of Central Union
Church at 7:30 p. in.
Applications for foreign money
orders per Umatilla close ut the
Post Oilice, tt I p. in.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
UY I.. J. I.EVr.Y.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. m.,
when will be offered a largo as
sortment of merchandise.
At 12 o'clock noon, 100 pots as
soi ted rare plants and ferns, raised
from inipotted stock.
S. S. KIUAU.
The Kiuau anived this morning
with over ten thousand bags of
sugar. Purser Beckley reports as
follows: lino weather all along the
route; llilo all alive with people at
tending the term of Court; the
Lurline left llilo last Friday for San
Francibeo with a full cargo of sugar;
the Sailor Boy leaves Alahtikona to
day with a full cargo of sugar for
Wedjjuhdat, May 8th.
Kalanta, Kaumuu ami J no. Shaw
were each lined 80 and Kia 82 for
Ah Wee, for having opium iu pos
session, was discharged,
Four natives, for deserting con
tract service, were ordered to return
and pay costs,
.DAT-frY BtffJtoWmi BGWOlMtMy K., 1
A FINE ENTERTAINMENT.
rin; swiss wauiuxus and mai.tiiv tiii:
CYCLIST AX TI1U OPKItA. liOUBU.
It wm not n large audioneo, but
it was a most enthusiastic one that
greeted the first appearance of tho
Swiss warblers Inst evening nt tho
Hawaiian Opera House. Maltby
thu cyclist made his second appear
ance, and taken in all, the entertain
ment was as good a one us has been
given in this city in a long time.
Mr. Levey is deserving of credit in
his successful attempt to cater for
the amusement of our residents.
The programme opened with nn
overture by tho siting orchestra of
the Hawaiian Band under the direc
tion of Mr. Bciger, who nianipu
l.ited the violin.
Mr. Maltby, during the evening
appeared as Mile. Ennllius, and
gave a very line exhibition of riding
on the bicycle and unicycle. As a
fancy and trick rider Maltby is
rcallj' wonderful, some of his feats
almost seeming impossible. lie was
The three Tyrolcso warblers Miss
Uht Messrs. Maag and Schmidt
made a great hit, and received a
perfect ovation for the quaint and
pathetic manner in which they
rendered several Tyrolese trios, in
troducing the jodel. They were
dressed iu pietuiesque costume.
Mr. Schmidt played the accompani
ments on the Zither, and gave a
solo en the same instrument which
was a uiagnillcent performance. He
is a master of the itialrtiiirent and
the music lie draws forth is simply
beautiful. Mr. Maag also played
the guitar. These warblers should
be heard to he fully appreciated.
Another performance will be given
this evening with an entire change
of programme. Seats can be ob
tained at Mr. L. J. Levey's olllce.
The following advertisement ap
pears in the llilo "Record" of Istest
date: "A young man, possessed of
few accomplishnii-iits and but little
wealth, and who is desirous of find
ing a pat trier to share his humble
lot, witdics to correspond with a
oung lady who is matrimoniously
incliin d. None but good looking
and wealthy girls need apply. No
reasonable oiler will be refused. No
post cards. Please address A - - - g
S h, K e."
It looks very much as if
tials were those of a school
at Kukuihaele. Wish you
TESSRS. DODD & MILLER
LiX luve jim ruieivtd t Uniuiiiln
amuliei lot of n at ' I'HILADKI.i'HI .
LAUEU HEiK" in lieg, which tlioy
aie otlering iDiheir cu-tiiiners. 'J41 lw
PER ' Umatilla" for Califnrnit Fruit
Miukttt. on ice, Uhuiries, flr-.L ot
mi' -eiiiiiii; F ozun OystiMS, Frcdi tvil
iiinn, ('an ill wer Al-o, Navel Orange-.
l-xic ii Limes, niuily L uions, fcuw
-easou Onions, New rieiiMiti P..tutO'.
Griipts, Melon-, and Oranges 'loin Wui.
ilua; pnets reasonable; AluiuilTelc
.hoi.c :i7-t 241 8
ALL nukes of Piano taken in purl
p.iyment inward lho Celebrated
Deck-r lio., J. & U. Fi-cher & Con
i nil I'iann-lor which wcniesoleuucnt-.
Music Department, Hawaiian .News Co.
'HAND Pinno", from a
k o flQO ,
unr-livot attention. Alinde
Depart in nt, Hawaiian Nuw0.
NY make, of Pi ino fir which we
are iiu'ciit will sell on monthly
instalments ot $10 un, or 'nt New York
piic:c for c'isli. Music Depirlment, IIu.
Aiiiiiin Nuws Co
TUST leceivud the Perries Fipc'ier
fj Pimm, "Ui'iiire -d t
I .r) ve.ir.. en'l
ihd ;-eu it.
Music Department. Hawaiian
Jl. n-1 '
t V. Jl il . .1 Muioii tiidi-e. oheet Jlu-."
'tmlAliMC II ok-, on t-alti hi the Ali.slc
Depaituiun1, ll.uaii in New Cij.
DURING mv temporary absence from
tho Kingdom Chns Marshall will
act for mo under full power of attorney.
O. W. HART,
i7 Hotel street
Honolulu, May ft. 1HS9 lw
yiim-K onir.es over C. O.
i Uei yur'd, .Merchant street.
i:. S. CUNIIA.
rnilli lutiuli pirt of the Euro.
X pcnii Ue-tauraiil will he
rented to a ileuirahl') pernon.
Counter unil futures h'tuel. Till will
I e Hie most ihi-irah'e plne.t ! the city,
us It wIM imiiiidlatcy n j -In Un new
lilllb.rd minor . J. 1. ilOWBX,
2IU,r' Kuiopi- u Ue'ti.tlii.nt.
FOR SALE !
200 Head of Working Oxen
28 Ox Carts.
BSr Al'PI.V TO
H. HACKFELD & CO.
'I'HE WEE.KL.Y BULLfiTlTP
i 2tl fOiiiiiii s, pure!) ioc.il uii.lli r
M.ulid to lureiga coumriett, (5 pur
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
BUM JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June f I, '89.
Races to Commoner) at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Free for nil.
lJiJ mllo dnsh
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
Uuw.iilau 1 1 red hordes.
3rd KING'S PLATE:
I mile dash.
TROITING uud PACING. Mile
heals; tie.il 2 iu 8 to lnuneas. Uh
walian Ijnd hurtcs.
4th QUEEN'S PUTE:
Kite lor all.
i milo dash.
5th GOVERNOR D0M1NIS' CUP:
RUNNING RACE. milo dash,
llawtiiittu bml horses.
Glh WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Three minute
class. Alile heuls; best 2 in '&. Foi
all horses thut have never beaten a
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
RUNNING RACE. Sweepstakes
ot JJ-'o ?.i miieda-h For Hawaiian
bred 2 ynr olds. 19 entries tlllcii
and cltiB.d 1SS".
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and FACING. Free
for All .Mile lients; liesi 3 In 5. All
hor.e" wi h record of '; 0 or hjltei
to he handic.ippid.
9lh R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile d-tsdi.
Ficl tor ml, "iniiei to heat 1 : 15.
To be ruu tor annually.
RUNNING RACE. Y mile heatB;
beat 2 ill 3. Uuwnlian bred horses
Cup to become the pioperty of tin
winner two consecutive years. Win.
ner last year, Waterford Colt.
Illh POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING nnd PACING. Mile
heals; best 2 iu 8. For all hornet,
not having a record of 2:40 or
better Tobc driven tiy members
ot tho Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERFORD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. Iifmilodash
LUwuiiau bred horses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile duli. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
!ird quarter and 4tli quarter. Ha
waiian bred horses.
14th PdNY RACE:
RUNNING 1 mile dash. For all
ponus U nanus anil under. Ha
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
account of the reenp i n nt the
A. S. (Mi'L'hnn.'s re-idence.
Aaikiki, on WEDNEISD Y, 8th hiht.
the Cars will run through lo Uaikiki
Mime as Sunday, leaving Lllilia Blrctl
2 i. m, Wuikiki a.07 l- m., ami cvl-o
halt hour the remiindur of the day.
W. LUNING ropectfully requests
thut all claims ngainst him will
he presented for settlement before the
iOili Muy. Also tht till eluiina due to
him he paid on or before that date.
ON account of my intending to leave
Honolulu on May lOllion the Uma
tilla, I request all per-ons having any
claims against me to picsciit them at
the olllce of A. Jaeger.
.1. N. ROMN.-ON.
Honolulu, April HO, 1880. 2J7 lw
IS hereby given that the par'ncrahlp
heretufoie exi ting between hung
Tin Kwttl and Qwong Viekl.ung, under
the firm natiin of Qwong Ylek Lung Co.
doing hiibiness at Kalinin!, Maul, has
liuen dissolved. The hithliios will
henecfoith ho carried on by Qwong
Ylek I. ung, who will collect all thu
debts and pay all tho liabilities of tlu
late linn a30 2w
Borders & Decorations,
A. L.urtf o JUot I
Iviitost Btylcn !
JumI Itecolved !
And for tnlc ut redttctd prices.
WILDER & CO,
" Royal Alice"
Large, Varied & Selected Stock.
Wicker Ware, Etc.
A full line.
A largo assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Oils ! Oils !
foiled & Riw LinFccd, Ca9tor.
Paints & Zinc !
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
Frypana, Etc., Etc.
IRON ! IRON !
Corruguted & I'IuIh.
TIN WARE !
In nil varieties.
Fence. Wire !
1'utcnt Stcul liurlied.
Bedsteads of Iron,
Of 11 varieties always in stock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
May 7J HONOLULU. 1889
CORNER HOTEL 6t
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.T $1.50 . JEJ.XJE&.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
-On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magtiificient stock 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 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 Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., mid hy buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll 'X-elephone, 50 -a JCSJ"
So. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTJEBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and. MfclSHL "VTHISSCY",
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fino & Very Cheap Qualities, as nro wantsd ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Bcist Brand iu tlio MarLcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Cnee. All Branda of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarta;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In 1'inta and QuartB.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollhmri Water, Kuniinols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Z in fan del, Malaga, Tokay,
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOI1T STUEET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agenta for P. Lorillard & Oo.'a Tobaccos, A W. S. Kimball & Co.'o
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Auratotl Water Worlw - 73 Hotl 8tr
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Tclcplionc, 37" X
Sale a Full Assortment of-
Riesling:, Hocks, Etc., Eire.
AT LOWEST RATES by
A DEALERH IN-
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