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FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1X89.
Hclir Itulubow trom Knolau
Belli- W S llowne IB ilnys from irnn
Stmr Wiiliuutmlo from Wiitnianiilo
S 3 i matllla for Sun Fr.inoisco nt 12
Stmr Kliiau for ililo anil way porta at
2 p in
Stmr lwalanl forLnlmltm ami lluma-
kua at 10 u in
Stmr (J It Bishop for Wninnac, Waialua
ami Koolau lit i) a m
Schr Llhollho lor Wuianae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Alameda for the Colonics
For Hawaii, per stmr Iwnliiui, Jlay
10 -CI L Ktlwimls.
rARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stun C H ISisliop '03 bgs sugar and
-'oO !nulis bananas.
Stmr 'a .MaKee 2(ii0 bags sugar.
Bclir -Mol uhinc 1720 bags Miigar.
Fulir uawailant 70) bags rice.
Tlio scliooncr W S IJownc is coming
Into port, l'i days from fan Francisco
witli tnereliinUl o valued at $3,31)8, in
cluding Jul) bbls Hour, 7,150 i ounds
bread, 700 sks bran, 1,127 ctls bailc,,
250b.les of li y, 209 ctls oats, 75 ".
The t S Umatilla took to Sim Fran
cisco this noon 10,08 bags nf siijrur,
1040 bags of rice,4010 bunches bananas,
117 buuis sugarcane, green li des, calf
and sheep skins, etc. Toial domestic
value .13!),373.-10, Foreign value 8573.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at the
Thomas Square, eoinnnnuing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: TAUT I.
March Royal ai inus. . . .
Sei-ctioii II Ti ovatore . . .
Like no a Like. oaula.
Nu a o ka
t ItT II.
Selection -The Old Guaid.
Waltz Vienna Chronicle..
Mai eh -The V ves
. A rnusicalc will be given at Oalm
College this evening to which all
friends of the institution are invited.
Following is the programme:
Chorus The Stars in lie i veil
Eong Orpheus and his Lutc.Sul Ivan
M ss L'uteli.
Trio Allegro from No. 4 Haydn
Jlessis. Day, Brown and 'ones.
Song Longing Hubeustcin
Piano Solo Aria con Variazioni
Mr. I issell.
Song Oh, Doubting Heart
jv.iss von uolt.
Piano Duet Larghetto, Sym iiony in
Miss Patch and Mr. B ssell
Song Thou Eveiywhere Luchuci
Vocal Duet The Birds Rubenstein
Mrs. Damon and Miss Bcekwlth.
Trio Lingo, from Opus 1 No. s
Messrs. Day, Brown and Jones.
Song The Lott Uhoid ciiHlvnn
Chorus Lullaby of Life Leslie
The Pioneer Club held its regu
lar weekly meeting last evening at
the Club House. The committee
appointed to devise a suitable
plan for celebrating the anniversary
of the Club made its report. The
report was accepted.
ANGLICAN DIOCESAfT SYNOD.
The Diocesan Synod of the An
glican Church met again yesteiday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, the
Bishop of Honolulu presiding. At
5:30 an adjournment was had to
7:3ointhc evening, all the mem
bers being present with the excep
tion of Messis. Abcu and Ah Hung.
Considerable business hub tiansau
cd. The Board of Trustees was fit I
cd up by the election of the follow
ing gentlemen: Capt. II. W. Mist,
R. N., Hon. M. 1. Robinson,
Messrs. T. R. Walker, T. May, C.
R. S. Kynnetbley and L. Asm. The
romaiuiug trustees are Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, becretary, Mr. Henry
Smith, treasurer; Revs. S. II. Da
vis and W. II. Barnes, Messrs. Kdw.
Stiles and G. Harris. The Bishop
is President of the Board. Several
important matters were brought be
fore the meeting, which did not ad
journ until after midnight.
The Synod meets again this after
noon at 4 :30 o'clock.
FitioAr, May 10th.
Kolomona was lined SO for drunk
Jim Kukona, who is out on bail
on a charge of housebreaking, was
charged with larceny of 25 cents,
the property of a native woman
The case was continued to the lltli.
II. Brooks was lined S5 lor viola
tion of express regulations, by leav
ing his horse in thu Bay Horse sal
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tnr. Post Office despatched 28 par
cels through thu Parcels Post on the
Tnr. Hawaiian band will give u
moonlight concert at Thomas Squaro
A vi:nv excellent crayon picture of
the Hon. J, A. Cummins can bu seen
nt Mr. J. J. Williams' photographic
gallery, Fort street.
' . .
TtlEitc was an unusually largo de
mand for thu May number of the Pa
radise of the Pacific.
The R. M. S. Alameda is due to
morrow morning from Siui Francisco
en loulu to the Colonics.
Messrs. Scliaefcr & Co. have Car
bolincum for sale. It is u splendid
tiling for preserving wood.
Letteks or communications for
Mr. Paul Isonlicrg Jr. should be ad
dressed Poet Ofllco, Honolulu,
Mk. Julius Hoting will discharge
the lunctiims of Coiihul for Italy dur
ing the absenco of Mr. F. A. Schaefer.
Mit. A. II. Rasctnan has moved bin
place of business to the rooms over
the store of W. C. Peacock, Merchant
Tiik regular monthly meeting of
the Hawaiian Camera Club will be
held this evening, at tho usual time
O.v Wednesday next Mr. J. F. Mor
gan will sell the household furniture
at the residence of Mr. C. A. Gclatte,
When a man so far forgets himself
as to introduce "gandlol" oratory into
a church meeting, it shows a some
what depraved mind.
i .. i .... -
The British bark Banca loft Glas
gow April 22d, with 1G00 tons of gen
eral merchandise, consigned to
Messis. F. A. Schaefer &. Co.
The Shanghai Mercury of a recent
date has a long article on "Is leprosy
contagious," in which tho late Father
Damien is rcfeired to at length.
The baseball game to-monow af
ternoon at the Makiki Giounds be
tween tho Kami hameha and Hono
lulu;, commence!- at 3:30 o'clock.
Dudino Mr. Walter Hill's alis nco
from the kingdom, Hun. J. I. Dow-i-ctt
will act for him in all matters ot
business,under full power of uttorncx.
Fon the accomodation of those at
tending tho miiMcalc at Onhu Col
lege this evening a car will loavt
town at 7 o'clock, and return at
The regular annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Misn'on Childien's Society
will be held Sattrday evening at 7:30
o'clock, at the residence of Mr. W.
Theiie was a very good house at
tho bicycle exhibition and perform
ance by the Swiss warblers lust eve
ning. The audience went away very
Mb. L. J. Levey has received a let
ter from J. B. Guyloid. which buys
that he will probably come up fiom
the Colonies on tho next steamer
with a company.
The police are working on the
cusc of one Dalton, who is in the
Queen's Hospital suffering fiom inju
ries received in borne mysterious
manner a few days ago.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, nt 7.
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. i, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council No. G89 A. L.
of II., at 7:30.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
R.. at 7:30.
Public band concert at Thomas
Square, at 7:30.
Meeting Hawaiian Camera Club
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Musieale at Onhu College at 7:30.
Arrival of the R. M. S. Alameda
from San Francisco.
Baseball match, Honolulus and
Kamehamehas, nt 3:30 p. in.
Band concert nt Emma Square,
at 4 :30 p. m.
Meeting Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society, ut the residence of
Air. W. W. Hall, at 7 :30 p. in.
Performance by the Swiss warb
lers rfssisied by the Royal Hawaiian
Baud, at 8 p. m.
A PLEASANT AFFAIR.
The social at the vestry of the
Central Union Church lust evening,
was ii very pleasant one throughout.
Several strangers were made to feel
quite nt home. Alrs.Dimotid and Air.
Paul Kenberg, Jr., reudend vocal
selections and Air. W. II. Lowers
gave a reading. Refreshments were
sei : vert, the balance of the evening
bi ing spent in social conversation.
The steamship Kinau left for
Maui and Hawaii this afternoon
with a full cargo and the following
passengers: O. Afong, Misses
Along (2), II. T. Wood, C. N.
Spencer, Rev. I, Fox, (J. A. Pea
cock, J. R. Reuton, J. AI. McDon
ald, C. R S. K.wuieriley, Revs. J.
Al. Silver and V. 11. Barnes, .and h
number on deck,
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
- udverUao it lu tho "Dully BulHitin."
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JA1liY UUlWfJN: HONOLULU, H., X.,
S. S. UMATILLA.
i. LAKGK CKOWII WITNESSES IIF.lt IH
FAKTUIU: FOtt SAN FltAKCISCO.
Seldom has there been such a
lnrge crowd of people to witness tho
depaiture of u steamer I'rotu this
port as that on the wharf to-day,
when the Umatilla sailed for San
FirucIsco. The wharf was crowded
in every part and it wns difficult to
move around. Neatly nil of tho de
parting passengers wore lists, some
having more than their share, while
many of the ladies curried beautiful
bouquets.- The Royal llawuiiuu
band Mas theie and enlivened the
proceedings vith choice s lections
of music When the little Princess
Kaiulaui nscended the gang plank'
the baud sliuck up witli Hawaii
Ponoi. The steamer left the wharf
punctually at noon, mains she pass
ed II. B. M. S. Cormorant, the lat
ter blew her syien whistle, much to
the amusement of the aisetubled
crowd. Air. Heibert's small launch
with seveial ladies and gentlemen
on board accompanied the Umatilla
out of the harbor.
The Post Ollicede-p.itciicd by the
Umalilhi 45.VJ letter-, and 20 35 pack
ages of papers.
Her caigo of domestic produce,
consisting of sugar, rice, bananas,
siiiiar cane, hides, betel leaves is
alued ut $130, 373 40.
Following is her passenger list:
Mrs. K. Savidgo, Miss Al. AlcBrydc,
Alex. AlcBrydc, Alias Everson, Ahs.
Mulhern, Aire. S. Roth and daughter,
Col. 11. A. Clarke, Air. and Airs. J. 11.
Atherton, G. A. Anibdcu, Airs. Small,
Airs. Bi'luu, Alisbcs Lohmanu (2), J.
A. Folgor, Jr., Aliss l-olger, T. R.
Fobter, Aliss Giace Seidell, Airs. J.
C. Selden, George Selden, F. A.
Schaefer, (j. C. Williams and wife,
.Miss A. Roheils, Aliss Alarlin,- Airs.
Hy. Baldwin and family Aliss L.
Hay, J. N. Robiiibon and wife, Mrs.
Dr. AlcWnvnc, Airs. Waul, Alistcs
Ward (2), ' lion A. S. Cleghorn.
L)r. Sa.xe, Piincets Kaiulani,
Miss Annie Cleghorn, Airs. T. It.
Wulker and 2 children, Airs. A. G
liuicbardt and 2 cln dreii, Airs. Dil
liiighniii and daughter, 1. Q. Tewks
huiy, 1 Ginv, wile und child, Mrs.
E. P. Low und child, Mi-s E. E
Crunk, Alie. A. Curnwcll, Ahcs Wid
.leiiel.l, Geo. W. Ashlev, J)r. Wulteis,
Mi. E. C. Smith, W. W. Campbell
and wife, Ali. '1 bus. Slevomon, 11.
U. Hileheock wifu mid ehil.l, Airs. S.
J. Levey and child, Alib. Aloote and
daught(.'r, W. II. Willi.inicon and
wife, Airs. W. II. Stevens ami (auiilv.
i . W. Rawlins, W. AI. Gr.diam, A. J.
Campbell, L. lianis, Di. F. L.
H.iynes, Dr. R. W. Haynes, Geo.
aimjison, J. Wilcox, J. P.uker, Aliss
Poplmni and maid, Mrs. Bond, Alis
Bond, Alits AlcCormaek, II. L. Poj -Ham,
G. Woodford, C. F. Bear.l, W.
H. Bailey, J. It. Ilalliday, T. Aluy,
Airs. Geo. C. Beckley 2cbil and maid,
Mrs. Evans, B. JaniCb, F. James, J.
James, F. F. Samuels, J. Andeiton,
C. W. Hart, E. A. Juckton, ltcv. C.
Bolui, II. Willianib, J. AlcAndrews,
A. C. Jones, R. Spalm, B. Hughes,
O. Tredinan and 100 in the steerage.
PACIFIC PILOT CHARTS.
Lieutenant George L. Dyer, in
charge of the Hydrography Office
at the U. S. Navy Department, lias
issued the following circular asking
for information in regard -to the re
cent huriicaue in the South Pacific
" I he recent wrecks and loss of
life in the h.ubors of the Samoun
lalands have strongly enipha-ied
the importance of collecting and
publishing as much information as
pobbible relative to the meteorology
of the Pacitic ocean. It is the in
tention ol this office to commence
the publication at an caily dale of a
monthly pilot chat t ot the North and
south Pacific oceans similar in gen
eral plan to the pilot chart of the
North Atlantic ocean.
"It is earnestly requested that re
liable information relative to hurri
canes in the Pacific, especially the
on i' about Samoa of Aiarch loth and
lGlh, be forwarded to this office, to
one of its brain h offices, or to any
United States Consul, for transmis
sion to Washington. The officers
in chaige of brunch hydrographic
offices will give this circular as wide
publicity as possible and make
every effort to collect data."
DODD & MILLER
LTJI li.vu 111.
I IU. I'.VHt H UlllMll III
uioilii-i lot if i ai ' l'HlLAUhU III .
I.At.Elt hE It" in Iu-k , which iliey
uie olh ring to iheir en inmiT-i. 241 lu
T W I.UNINQ re-peel fully reqiifMi
l Hull all Claim-' 'UUin-i hi in will
he i e cited tnr srlt'i in -it i bcloiu tin-
0th uiij A'm t'i t 'i I I'liiliu. d.io o
him ' u p id on or In-fur . that ih.ti
JOIIV RIT ON m-i-kh office emph y
mi-lit, to a i. oi coui-lry To l-u found
at MirK .1 l Cn bu u &. ( n'- nlllce
or. mlil'e-c P O Unx U0 211 lw
JUST TO HAND
Ex 'Q. N. WILCOX."
Cai'toliiiciiiii Avcnavius !
EfHcIenl Wood l'roservei J
- FOIt SAM. AI--
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Racjj to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
RUN-MSQ RACK. IK mllo dash
Fiee fur nil.
2nd HIS MAIESTY'S CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mllo datm.
iiiiuiiiiiiii bred liumea.
3rd KINO'S PUTE:
TROTTING and PACING, ttl'o
huiiti; best '& iti tl to harnetjB. liu
waiian brid horbes.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE;
RUNNING RACE. & milo dash.
Fau tor nil.
51h GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING RACE, aj mile dafch.
liaMiiiia i brcU lioigcs.
6th WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TKOri'ING RACE. Th-ce minute
chihM. tiiiu huau; best 'J m S. For
all liorBcs that have never beaten ii
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
RUNNING RCE. Swecpstakus
"I - miiedii-h For Hawaiian
bred 2 vi-ir nlda 19 entries lllled
and cits d l-'S".
8th MPI0LANI PAhK PUTE:
TROT r ING nnd PACING. Fiee
tor an .Uiiu lic-us; ru-i 3 n S. All
hor.i- i li rec'ini of 'J: 0 ur b.uer
to be huntlicipnid.
9h R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dish.
Feci tin ,nl, u.uur to beat 1 ;!&).
To be run for annually.
10th HA AI'A HOTEL STABLE'S CUP,
isnd S ad Jed:
RUNNING RAUE. J mile heats;
Iium 2 in 3 uu.Miuan bre.t hoisi
(. up to Di-c me the p operty of th
winner two consecutive jeurs. Win
ner last J ear, Waterford'Colt.
Mlh POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heals; beat 2 in L For all linrt-ct-not
ltuvi iij a record of 2:-l0 or
better To bo driven by members
of thu Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERF0RD CUP:
RUNNING RACE, lif mi:odngh
li .wutiiiii brud li.irsi.-8.
I3lh OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVBLTY IUOB HUNNIG. 1
mile dah. lut quarter. 2nd quarter.
Krd quarter ami 4th quarter. Ha.
wni'un bred horsea.
Hlh PJNY RACE:
ItUNN NG 1 milo dash. For all
piiinis 14 luiud. and under. Ha
BSy TI.e programmo is subject tn
ALLinikPK of Piano taken tn part
piyim-nt 'ow.ird the Celebrated
Deck r hm?., J. & i!. Kii-cber & Vim.
i nil I'iiinn- lor which wciireholoagi'iit .
Music Department, Hawaiian jNcwa Co.
CECOND-HAND Pianos, from -i
C io200 vioi hy ot attention. JIubIc
Dejiartiu nt, Hawaiian News Co.
ANY mako of Piano for which we
are iimiil will sell on monthly
iiifitalmoutR of $0 up, or at New York
pi ices fui cash. Music Department, Ha.
waiian News Co.
JUST received tho Pocrloss Fischer
Piano, puiramci-d f r 6 vears, call
and i-co ii. Music Department. Hawaiian
ALL kinds of Miimch! Iiiftruinentu,
Musical Merchandise, 6hcol Music
and Mu-ic B-'Oks on pale at the Music
Dcpnrtmciu, II Italian Nens Co.
24 1 Im
DURING mv temporary nbsonco from
Hie Kii.mliim Clias Marshall will
net for mo under full power of nitornuy.
O. W. HART,
(7 Hotel birei-t
Honolulu, May fl, 1889 242 lw
NOT1UE of ItEMOVAL.
ALEX. I I.OI1R, Look & Gunsmith,
ha niniiviil oppnxite in tin-pie.
iiiisi s occiii It-il fnrmt-riy by Max Eckart
a- a jiwelry htore, next door to llolf
ec'iIiid.'i r & Co., in the Damon HIo k,
Uciliel atreet. 210 Im
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AL SMITH las removed hU plare
of lmliiBB mi Fort s rtoi to
ill Ktorx in tie Mel ijru HUck, jum
mow Wen er & C.i.'k. orl s'.ict.
vh re ho wi 1 ln pIctiEcd to K-rve his
ct atuiiu-rfl until hii now btoru Ik Ijnlslml,
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
T W. McGUIIlE liRvinjr moved liii
' jiliu'e of biiBiuc.ss from tho olliwt
of thu Hiiwjil'iiuTiaiisfcr Co., to tlio
Inu-iii'iis rliop (if K. PhfJl k, No. 92 King
Hreet, beN to notify Ills file Us and the
public jjcner.illy tbiil lie is ready to cou
tlntiu the exiici-8 and dry IiiuIiic.-h
nnilur thu iiuniu of J W. MiOuhn. It.'ll
Telephono No. HI, Mutual 03. 230 tf
MAY Ifl, IBBnu
Per "Royal Alice "
Lnrge, Varied ifc Sclectol Stock.
Wicker Ware, Etc
A full line.
Men ii Glassware !
A. large assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Oil! Oils !
Rolled & R w Linseed, Ua9tor.
Paints & Zinc I
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
Frypans, Etc., Etc.
IRON ! IRON !
Corrufjated & Plaiq.
TIN WARE !
In all varieties.
Fence Wire I
(ialvanized Hat lied,
I'utent tiled ilarlit-d.
Bedsteads of Iron,
Of all varicius nhvays in stock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
("May 7J HONOLULU.
..-iiWbj.'v AatjfJt'kv..aJw- Jj-aHwiiin'ii
ujukiliwiwi li nWoBhat&SrK jjf.yr.rrf.ijifjiu i limimmMb
PLE OF FASHION,"
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.A.T 1.50 .A. DPA.I3R.
Undressed 6-Bulton Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
A-T l.SO -A. JP-A.IH.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
BSTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificient slock will be sold for ctisli at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho stock con
sists of tlie latest in Kino Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Uoots, 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., and hy buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Dell Telcplionc, GO -a Jt
HAWAIIAN WINE GO.,
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street,
-Have on hand anil For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and M0N0NGAHELA,
In Bulk or Caso;
fcOOTOJE3t and IlfclSJEi. "WJBLISiESY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fino & Vory Cheap Qualities, aa aro wanted ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottled;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, Bent JBfuucl lu tlio 3In.x-lfct;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and QuarU;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors AbBintbo,
Apollinari Water, Kummcls,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zliifaudcl, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
fJT All of which will be sold AT LOWEST KATES by
HOLLISTER & CO,
100 FOItT STKKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agonta for P. Lorillurd it Co.'a TobnccoB, & Y. 8. Kimbtill ik Co.'b
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Ilotol Street.
n mMrtMm,-i'miitiMiilMk m
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutnul Telephone, 371
Bale a Full Assortment of-
4 BKALKHH IK-