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WEDNESDAY., MAY 15, IH89.
Sftnr Knala from Wnianno and Wnlnlua
Stmr 0 It Mishap fioin Koolau
Stmr ! A Cummins from Konlnu
Stmr Pule from Hawaii
. May 15
fW 8 Bownc for San Fraiictuo
'lk"Alex MoNcJl for ami Fr.incl-eo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kaala for nlalunnitd Waiuniic at
9 a in
Fiom Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, May U-Fioni Volcano: His Hon
or Asste J nation S B I)olu, lion Geo II
Dole. Fiom way pints: A .1 I vers. E
Smith, C N Spencer and wife, ' I Bil
to, F rrauk, Mr-. I l.cu and i-hlltl, 11 G
Treadway, L von TciinKv, 11 X Green
well, J Dow, Col Sain Nonls, C 11
Akuna and 09 deck.
or Maui per stmr 1 Ikpllko Mav 14
G 1' Wilder, Mis v Muiha, Miss U K
EiiiMtueijrur, Mis Uhl, Mr Alnsi!', Mr
Selm i H, It V Meyer, C Bolte, .r Kob
iiiBOii, "ife and ehlldiun, Mr Knlama,
Major W II Coinwell, W 1' A Blower,
anil 10 dock.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkaliala, Mav 1 1
(! bplt7, wife and child. Hons Geo
11 Dole and Geo X Wiieox, Mis niv
Allan, Mrs II 0 Ulukou, H llaku, U
K I'ilug, M Awana, .1 Larson and wife,
Mr Uonltto, W II Cuninihigs, Mis
Thuiston, Mis Huidy, Mis Dole, Mis
Isenboig, JuuVu Mai.ipo and wife, and
For San FrancKeo per O&OSS Bel.
gle, .May 1 1 T G Gilbble.
For San Franuheo per S N Castle,
May 11 -J Callicr a'nd wife, J .-uinner
and wife, KW Dals, A Lewis, J P
Mcndonca, wife and child.
For .-an Francisco, per bk Alex Mc
Neil, May 1C Hon Clus 'Wall and
The stmr V G Hall an ived on Tues
day fiom windwuid poits w th G,13i
bagt. sugar. 40 bags coffee, 137 bags
awa, 50 hides, 20 head cattle, 8 hoises,
and 53 packages siiudiios.
The Kilauea Hon is duo Thursday,
and the I, Ikelike and Kin.iu Satmday.
The tern V S Bowik-, Capi Ululim,
sailed for San Fianui co hU afteinnoii
with 11,837 bags of sugar weighing 1,
399,587 pounds, and 4.900 gallons of
liiol isses. The shippers of sugar w ei e :
T 11 Davies & Co, 1,720 bags; Blower
& Co, 1,174 bags; Castle iSs Cooke, 8,
003 bags. Total domestic value, $71,
295.77. Tho bark Alex McNeil, Capt Fiiis,
sailed this afternoon for San j raucisco
with 1700 tons of sugar and rice and
. two passengers.
MORITZ-LOUISSOX In San Fian
Fiancisco, on Sunday, Apiil 28th,
Mr. Jacob Morltz, of Salt Lake t ity.
and Miss LuliclaLouisson, daughter
of M. Louioson, Ksq., of the film of
M. S. Gi iiibaum & Of., of Honolulu.
S. S. BELGIC'S PASSENGERS.
The S. S. Belgic brought for this
port 223 Chinese niul Japanese, of
which 204 Chinese and 7 Japanese
were allowed to land and are now at
the quaiantine station. Among the
number are 11 Chinese females and
2 Japanese. Twelve Chinese were
refused a. landing from the steamer
because their pass-ports were not
in order. Those in quarantine will
probably be released Sunday or
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL.
Miss Katie Putnam and her Com
edy Company were through passen
gers on the It. M. S. Alameda, en
route to the Golonics, to play a six
months' engagement. Dutlhg the
steamer's stay in poit Miss Putnam
visited the Pali aud was very enthu
siastic about the scenery ; in fact,
film had visited many countries but
in none of them had she seen a
grander siclit than that from the
top of tho Pali. It is probable that
on her return from the Colonies she
will stop at Honolulu and play a
season at the Opera House. Mr.
Lewis J. Levey will make all ar
rangements for Miss Putnam a
month or so ahead of her arrival.
By the Alameda Mr. Levey re
ceived a letter from Mr. L. W.
Thayer, manager of the Bijou Opera
Company, recently organized in Ca
lifornia to play occasional engage
ments. This company bus met with
much success in a repertoire of
threo original and new operas, writ
ten for a company of eight people.
The company aie ladies and gentle
men of undoubted ability. They
propose to visit Honolulu for the
Hummer for pleasure, aud also to
give a few performances. Mr.
Levey has written lull particulars to
Mr. Thayer by the Belgic, and looks
for an answer on tho ictuni of the
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
hkfoke m'cully j.
Wednesday, May lfltb.
In ro estate of Robert Sterling,
deceased. Petition of II. A Wide
mann for probate of will and for
lettcrs of administration, Ordered
that will bo admitted to probato and
H. A. Widenaann appointed admin
istrator with will annexed under
$lQ,O00bond. W. A. "Whiting for
petitioner; petitioner in person.
. Wednksdav, May 15th.
Luho, Kaepu aud Hoopii hnd euch
to pay 86 for druukeuncbs.
A charge of profanity against All
Choy, aud one of affiay against Ah
Quay and V. McCandless Jr., vero
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
Lunch with tho ladles to-morrow.
A cotaob with yard
Dowr.n & Son offer
for snlo at low prices.
The band (serenaded llio King this
morning at llonuakalm.
A coTTAOi: corner of Kinati and
Pcnsaeola streets is to lot.
The naval row in the harbor pres
ents a somewhat deserted appear
ance. A CAI'ITAI. concert was given by
tlio hand at Thomas Sqtiaro lust eve
ning. The U. S. ships Mouocacy and
Omaha were in port nt Yokohama
The S. S. Belgic sailed for San
Francisco last evening about eleven
Tun gnmo of has"ball on Saturday
will ho between tho Hawaiis and
Mit. Hamilton Johnson is going to
build n $2,000 bathhouse on his pio
mises at Waikiki.
One baseball factory in the
employs 500 bands and keeps
doren balls in block.
The Household guards were drill
ing on Palace Squaie last evening.
It was very satisfactory.
Wateii taps all over town arc
being inspected, and some vciy leaky
ones have been discovered.
Hon. Chas.' Wall left on tho b.iik
Alex. McNeil for a trip to the States
to bo absent several months.
Mu. T. G. Gribble, manager of the
Hawaiian Tramways Co., left for
San Francisco on the S. S. Belgic.
The regular quarteily meeting of
the Union Feed Company will be
held at tho office, at noon to-nioirow.
Mil. T. 11. Hebron is agent for
Hall's Safe and Lock Company, anil
can supply safes of every dcsciiption.
We are very sorry to bear that our
esteemed and respected citizen, Hon.
W. C. Parke, is confined to the house.
Mrs. Peter Leo came to town on
the v". G. Hall yestculay, for medical
attendance, there being no doctor in
the Kau district.
The monthly business meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will bo held to-inor-iow
(Thursday) evening at 7:30
o'clock. This is the first meeting of
tho new year, and a full attendance
The caterers for the rille encamp
ment atDiamond Head, to be held on
Saturday and Sunday next, announce
in another column that visitots may
obtain luncheon, iced "berated w.itore,
etc., on grounds no use taking re
An advertisement in this issue calls
attention to the filter presses made
by the Risdon lion Woiks. They
have been used at Paaulinu Planta
tion with much success. Mr. John
Dyer, who has m office nt No. 3
Sprockets' block, can furnish all ne
The following jury has been drawn
to consider the piopricty of widening
Garden Lane and closing a portion
of Union street, or of widening it:
P. C. Jones, John Cassidy, ltobt.
Grieve, T. II. Ilobron, S. M. Damon
and W. T. Shurratt. The jury met
at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon, at the
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P.
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Service at Central Union Church,
Kehearsal Honolulu Ai ion Society,
Service at St.Andrcw's Cathedral,
at 7-30. Choir rehearsal at 8:10.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
Itr J. Y. MOIKSAN.
At 10 a. m., at salesroom, the
balnnce of stock of the estate of D.
McKenzic, full particulars appearing
At 11 a. m. parlor set, vases,
chairri, sideboard, etc.
At noon twenty shares of Mutual
Telephono Company's stock.
The Post Ofllce despatched by tho
S. S. Beigio for San Francisco 2101
letters aud 481) packages of papers.
The total amount of mail forwarded
to San Francisco by three steamers
in the last ten days is 12,575 Ictteis
and -1,001 packages of papers.
INQUEST AND VERDICT.
The inquest on the body of Ah
See, who committed suicide on
Tuesday, was resumed this morning
in the Deputy Marshal's ollicc.
After hearing further evidence the
jury returned a verdict that the de
ceased came to his death by hang
ing for cause or causes unknown.
FROM THE VOLCANO.
Mr. Justice Dolo and brothcr,Hon.
Geo. II. Dole, returned from a trip
to tho Volcano yesterday on the W.
O. Hull, They report having had
a vciy enjoyable time; the crater
was livoly and brilliant. The new
io:d from Pahala to the Volcano
house U au easy one for travel.
Aaii,V kuU.to.iih HokjudUULU, ii, i,
- far'A - )'J''wvu.
UOAIU) OF HEA1111.
This morning, in company with
Dr. N. B. Emerson, President of
the Board ol Health, a representa
tive of thu HtJU.ivm paid :i visit to
the Quarantine grounds at Mauliola.
Cross lie tho harbor in a small boat
the jetty is reached, and then there
is a walk of over a quailcr mile on
a pier about six feet wide before the
grounds tire reached. The Chinese
and Japanese who arrived on the
Belgiu were found nt the grounds.
'thu first thing that gieets the eye
on arriving nt the station is the
decidedly neat appearance of nil the
building's. To the right are two
large sheds lilted up with bunks
capable of holding GOO men each.
They have n separate ailing ground
which is nceessaiy in case of the
airivnl of a huge number of Chi
nese, half of whom arc Ponlis and
the rest Uakkns. They aie inclined
to be quarrelsome when together,but
by the arrangement of the enclosures
at the grounds they can be separ
ated, and thus any possible trouble
avoided. The shed have all being
whitewashed inside and out, and the
sanitary airangcnients are excellent.
A sboit distance away is a building
tor women only.
Heretofore it hnd been a matter
of dillictiliy in gcitiqg around the
grounds owing to there being no
paths. This has been lemcdied by
the building up of cnbatiktucnls so
that you can move from one build
ing to another without any trouble
whatever. The fumigating house
has been thoroughly leiiovalcd.
There is a house for the Superin
tendent fitted up with a telephone
and other conveniences, and near by
a cottage which can be used by the
Chinese with wives.
The most attractive building on
the ground is that known as "quar
antine hotel." It stands alone in a
splendid position, aud has a wide
veranda running the whole length
both back and front. The rooms
ate 0x13 feet, lolly and as dean as
a new pin. Thute are a spacious
dining mom, b.iih mums, kitchen,
and the breeze that blows there all
the tune is an cxhilnintiug one. In
front of this "hotel" a number of
trees and plants have been planted,
which are growing up rapidly. This
building is to be used by saloon pas
scngcis who may he obliged to en
ter quarantine, and it is quite cer
tain that very little objection will
be raised, for it is a most comfort
able place. The view of the town
from this building is n ery fine one.
The buildings for the accommo
dation of small pox patients arc
some distance away, all to them
selves, and have been placed in good
Older. There are six or seven cot
tages in different parts of the
grounds which have ail been thor
oughly repaired. A gang of prison
ers aie at woik there filling in and
making walks. Tree planting is
going on, the idea being to make the
grounds as shady as possible. Cer
tainly the Board of Health has made
a ast improvement in the entire
appearance of the giounds. There
cannot possibly be an3r complaining
out he part of those who are, by our
laws, compelled to conform to quaian
tine rules. Every comfort has been
made for their accommodation with
out inconvenience. The Board
certainly deserves much credit for
carrying out all these impiovemeuts.
The object of the lunch at the par
lors of the Central Union Church
to-morrow from 11 :30 a. in. to 1:30
p. m. is to laise funds to defray the
expenses of carrying on temperance
work among the Hawaiians at Queen
Emma Hall. The object, being a
worthy one, should attract, a large
attendance. One tiling sine, a
splendid lunch will be provided by
the ladies nt a reasonable gharge.
A DOCTOR'S OFFICE ROBBED.
Someone entered Dr. Tucker's
olllce on Fort slicet during Ia9t
night, by means of a back window
which had been left open by the
Chinaman. The place was pretty
well ransacked and some of the doc
tor's instruments wcic damaged.
The thiel got away with a box of
cigars and a box of lead pencils.
Yesterday evening, the little
daughter of Louis Busuell was run
over on King stieet, near the Chi
nese theatie, by a hack, driven by a
Chinaman. Dr. Trousseau was
summoned, but was unable to state
the extent of the injury because of
the swollen condition oi the child's
foot. He thinks, however, that the
ankle is broken. The hack driver
has not been found.
MISCONDUCT ON THE CARS.
A native in a somewhat intoxicat
ed condition got on to a street cur
last night ami commenced to use
bad language and iibtiao the diiver,
When remonstrated with, ho threw
the driver's box on the ground, and
otherwise misbehaved huiiaelf, until
it was necessary to place him under
arrest. Ho forfeited 80 in tho Po
lice Court. The Tramways Com
pany are determined to put a stop
to anything approaching rowdyism
on their cars.
Wife Now thaLymi liavo bought
a cow, who will milk h'i Husband
Oh, -lie says tho oilf does that.
.So we'll have all the milk we want.
. .. Mill niiimuW
Xotica nrulcr thlt Utatl ore ehargttl 10 cents
Vtr line for theflrtt imtrtion, and 6 ants per line
tverji additional tniertion.
DO you know tlio rcaoon why tho
Kamehaniclin Baseball Club won
tlio come so ensy at Mnklkl? Because
nil ilia boys drink Moxlo nt the "Elite
Ice Cream Parlors." 249 8t
FIuSTCIj.'VSS Comornmn, com.
plcte, with 10 lnriio lenses. 2 utc.
reojcopcs and about ISO large and 100
smallor pictures All in first class older.
The plenties include eouic beautiful
illuminated plioioj 13 in. by 11 in. and
12 In. by 12 in. Apply at this olllce.
rpO ltiit or Lease a. Cottage
X ol two or thicii room, In
o trood i icniitv. Kent S 10 ner
Address P. O. Box 359.
A GOOD D itch Ilnnd.n man thorough.
)y ported in the use of n ciictilur
-aw, cut on" miir1, dado, c'o., a man
that ling wrkt(l in the mills ol Call for.
it i.i preferred. AptOv to
G. V. LINCOLN,
248 lw BulMcr.
rTMIE utidcr8lgin.il' will open a i
JL runt nt No -If) Bcrctnnln
TUESDAY, May 1 Itli.
2J8 lw II. MATUMOTO.
DUIIING my temporary ab'cnco from
the Kinu'dom my wife will act for
me under full power of attorney
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu. May I', 1889. 245 lw
LOUIS ADLEU bees to Inform
thu nublic ilut ho litis received
un elegant assortment, or laidlcs ana
lietit's Boot", Slioea ai.d Slippers by the
hiht Htcamer. 248 'in
ON. JAS. I. DOWSETT will act
li r mi- in all m uters of busine-fl
uiuler a lull powir of attorney during
my limpornry abiinco from Hi" King,
.mm. WALTER HILL,
lluiinb.lii, May 10, 1SS0. 24.0 lw
It cm oval of Barber Shop.
P. JARDUI hao remocd his
chop I ruin Kintr street to McUur.
iby's Billiard Parlors, Fort btrtet, where
he is prepared to servo with llie best
care and neatness the avocation of Lib
art. Solicits the Mm! patrunuge of all.
mil 23 8I)ly
H. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ofllce and iiliarmucv at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
directs. cicniillc treatment in all cli.
cases of domestic animals Orders for
plantation and ranch Mock promptly
attended t '. Mutual Teltplione 354,
P. O. Box 320. mh.18-89
The Beautiful Seaside Resort at Wfti-
klkl (formerly the residence of Col.
G. W. Mucfarlnne), knonn as
The PremisiH consist of
A Main Building,
Lanai 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.
Large and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House.
Upper Flror fitted with Large Airy
Rooms, fuilnble for servants,
eto , etc. There are
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Counccteil with thu Premises on which
could bo ercciid cottages forvUitors,
t-hould tho placo ho converted mto a
hotel, for which It U admirably adapted.
Tho Untiling facilities equal tho best
along tho lino of beach.
fiSyi'lioso Premises will bo leased for
a v rm of years to rcbnonMblo parties.
For further particular apply to
W. O. TKWIN & CO.
CSr A Springfhld Oas Mach no Is
n mo I'lomifO't n i thu iii pes. ad into
all tho abovo liuihlluga.
if AY 15, i$ttt.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Fico for nil.
yx mile daeh.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
Uuwallun bred hurtcs.
3rd KING'S PLATE:
1 railo dash.
TROTTING ana PACING. Mile
heats; licai '-i hi 3 to harness. Ha
waiian bn.d horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE;
RUNNING RACK. J-jj mile dash.
Filu fur ail.
Bin GOVERNOH D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING RACE. mile dash.
Ilatwtiia.i brut horses.
6th WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Thrcu minute
olabs. .Mllu huau; best '-S in U. For
all horBea that have never bcitcn 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
ot -j5 ,1J miiedii-h
bred 2 3-ir olds,
anil clta U 1JS.
19 entries tilled
8th KAPI0LANI PAhK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Ftce
for .ill .Mile Iil.Us; liusl 'A in C. All
hor : with record of 2: 0 or boiler
to be linmlio.ippid.
9th R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dnsh
Fiee fin hII, wiunei to beat l:15)jj.
To bo run for annually.
RUNNING RACE. yz mile heats;
bum '1 in 3. UuuaUan bred horses
Cup to become the pioperty of the
winner two consecutive years. Win
ner latt year, Waterford Colt.
II th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heals; but, 3 in 3. For all horses
not having n record of 2:40 or
better To bo driven by members
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERFORD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. lf mile dash.
Hawaiian brtd hurscs.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile da-h. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
Hrd quarter and 4lU quarter. Ha:
wailun bred horses.
14lli PUNY RACE:
RUNNING. 1 milo dnsh. For all
points 11 "hands and under. Ha
ALL mke8 of Piano taken in part
payment toward llie Celebrated
Ducl: r Hros., J. & (.'. Fischer &i Con.
mill Piano for whleh we nreBolu agent.
Muslo Dcpaitmeut, Hawaiian News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $T,
io$200, worthy of attention. Music
Dcparjimut, Hawaiian News Co,
ANY mako of Piano for which wo
nro au'eiiU will sell on monthly
instalments of $10 up, or ai Now York
prices fur cash. Musio Department, Ha
waiian News Co.
JUST received the Pcurloss Fhelicr
Piano, guaranteed f"r fi year, cull
and fen It, Music DepartmentHawaiian
ALL kinds of Sluuical Instruments,
Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music
anilMu-lo Books on Kale at the MubIo
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
Borders & Decorations,
A. Larffo lol !
latcHt I yliiH !
Jusl lloot'lvocl t
And for talo at reduced prices.
WILDER &. CO.
2 0 :)m
Club House Dinine Room
Having secured tho services of a
FlrHt J1umh Cook
And nifftln ninny other changes in the
management we nro now pro.
pirid lo put up tho
Rest Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
CORNER HOTEL &
GREAT BARGAINS !
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
A.rV $1.50 A. 3P-AJOR.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
JJJC$X.50 .A. JP-A-IJR.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
JCSyOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin tho entire new and
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 the. latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hals, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosier, Roots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wo have a
large and elegant slock 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 Telephone, RO -a I
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH tand IRISH -WHISECY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fino fe Very Cheap Qualities, as nro wanted ;
GUNS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), ako, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Glu, Best Brand In tlio Mnrlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk, and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pinta and QuartB.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apolliimrl Water, Kunimols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandol, Malaga, Tokay,
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10i FOIIT STKKBT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agonta for P. Lorilhml it Co.'s Tobaccos, ifc W. S. Kimball &. Oo.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
- utiial Xolephouo, ST' I
Sale a. Full Assortment of-
Riesling-, Hooks, Etc., Eto.
AT LOWEST RATES by
A DEALKHS IK-
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