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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1889.
Stmr Knnla from Wnlaltia and Wtilnnno
Schr Luka from Kmuil
Schr lie An 11 on Iroin Ewa
Stinr Iwalniil from Ilnmnkiia
Schr Llhollhi) from Luhaimi
tJclir Halcnknla from l'vpcckco
Bilt ship Jamaica forSau Francisco
Btmr W G Hull for Luhnlun, Muiihoa,
Ifona, Kan nuil tlio Volcauo ut 10
o'clock a m
Stmr O H Bishop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolau at 9 a m
rcrWGHall ,Vayl7-For the Vol
cano: Capt Brown, 11 V Ucalty, F
Whitney, II W I'route, W X Phillips
and wife. Miss M. ( tioke, and J .1 Wil
liams. For way ports: Julian onsar
ratt, wife and children, II N Grccinvcll,
Rev .- II Davis, iliy Itov and children,
G W C Jones and daughter, Col S X or
ris. Mr Smith. Mrs McGuiro and child,
Mr Koffer and daughter, Mrs D Cruz
ami child, J Kahuna and 50 deck.
T' e schooner ICauikcaoull brought
2,luJ bags of sugar fiom ICohala, May
The steamers Kinau, Llkcllkc, and
Mo!; 'Ill are due Saturday morning
'1 lie brig Geo 11 Douglass is loading
Y. M. C. A.
THE FinST MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. was held last even
ing in the parlors, the President
Hon. Henry WatSrhousc in the chair.
Twenty-six members were present.
The Treasurer T. S. Soutliwick
reported a balance of $1GG.OO on
hand, and also that $75 had been
received from the ladies of the W.
C. T. U., the proceeds of their
lunch held at" the parlors of the
Central Union Church, Thursday
noon. A collection taken up at the
meeting amounted to SO. This
brings the amount on hand to
It was stated that pledges to the
amount of S2,GQ0 had been received
to carry on the work for the ensuing
year, but 81,000 more will be re
quired. Some discussion look place with
regard to engaging the services of
an evangelist. The matter was re
ferred to the devationul committee.
Rev. W. D. AVestervelt, who re
cently arrived to work among the
Hawaiians under the auspices of the
American Board, made a few re
marks. After a hymn had been
sung Rev. Dr. Beckwith pronounced
ROWDYISM ON THE CARS.
Editor Bulletin: Last evening
a number of Chinese were returning
on the 10 o'clock car from "Waikiki
where they had been to a picnic.
I was among the number, and there
were several young men on the same
car. Soon after starting one of
these young men, Bonnie Baldwin,
knocked my hat off on to the ground.
I told him to stop, but directly af
terwards he put a lighted cigar on
my hand. I readied out to him,
when he struck me a rather severe
blow on the eye. I gave him no
The third game of baseball under
the auspices of the Hawaii Baseball
League will be played to-morrow
afternoon at the Alakiki grounds,
commencing at 3:30 o'clock, be
tween the Hawaiis and Kniulanis.
A good game may be looked for.
Following are the teams with their
D. Kamakuunhoa,... c.
II. Meek p..
It. Lane lb.
, R. Sharrat
G. Markhatn L'b..W.Widdlfleld
J. Luauiwa ill) J. Br ght
II. Kula HS.....O. ( rubbe
G. L. Desha l.i. . .R. Gllliland
Si. IC. heohokulole...c.f....C Sheldon
G.ltosa r.f....T. McGulre
A native named Kaehu was charg
ed in the Police Court this morning
with the larceny of two chickens
valued at 85, tho property of Mr.
Henry F. Poor. The defendant
pleaded not guilty.
Peter llouson, who works tor Mr.
Poor at Kapiolani Park, said that
two chickens were missing last Tues
day. He found them at a China
man's at Moiliili. He went to the
defendant and the latter said he did
not know the chickens but the Chi
naman said he bought them of de
fendant. Finally the defendant
said he would pay 5 and 2 chickens
to call it square, which was agreed
to. The stolen chickens were pro
duced in Court.
Ah Ngee said ho bought the two
chickens from defendant for 81. f)0
and 50 cents' worth of bread. Ah
Sin testified that ho saw the defend
ant sell tho chickens tp Ah Ngee.
Witnesses were called for the de
fense who stated that the defendant
did not sell tho chickens to the Chi
nauiai), Tho Court found defendant; guilty
nnd sentenced him to imprisonment
at hard labor for three months. Ap
peal noted to tho Supremo Court.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No meetino of the Debating So
cicty was held last evening.
Don't forget tho two extra chairs
for to-morrow's gaino, Gardner.
i.i . - m i i '
Fine grapes can bo obtained of T,
Christley, Fort street, below School.
Nine passengers left for the Vol
cano this morning, on tho V. G.
Tim two young princes arc learn
ing type-sotting nt J. 13. Bush's
Read what the Hawaiian Hotel
Stables lias to say about wagonettes
for tho encampment.
Hon. 11. A. Wideniaun has sold
the steamer Kaalu to the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company.
On the 23d Sir. L.J. Levey will sell
a consignment of fine household
furniture just arrived from Bremen.
The Captain and Agents of tho
bark Royal Alice give notice that
tlioy will not bo responsible for debts
contracted by the crow.
A sample of tho tics to bo used in
the construction of the Oahu Rail
road may bo seen at the store of
Hawaiian News Company.
It is snid that a new weekly native
paper will bo issued next Friday, to
be called "Ka Oiaio," which means
The Truth. J. E. Bush is to bosB it.
The People's Ice nnd Uefrigorntor
Company will furnish ice 'water for
tho battalion this evening as it passes
the residence of Mr. T. R. Walker,
On Thursday the 23d hist., Mr. J.
F. Morgan will s-ell the entire house
hold furniture at the residence of Mr.
J. W. Luning, Liliha street, just
above School, Full particulars in
In the store window of the Manu
facturing Shoo Company, Hotel
street, may bo seen a pair of shoes
worn by Lucretia Goratz, tho Mexi
can Midget. She is twenty-beven
years of age, 29 inches in height and
weighs 7 pounds.
Mil F. B. Aucrbach lias a card in
another column announcing himself
as accountant, bookkeeper and Cus
tom House broker. He makes a
specialty of purchasing and collect
ing. Mr. Aucrbach is well known
here and can bo relied upon.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Muster 1st battalion Hawaiian
Volunteers at Armory, at 6:30.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at J.
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. II.
M., at 7:30.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,1.
O. O. F. at 7:30 o'clock.
Blue Ribbon entertainment,
M. C. A., at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Arrival of s.s. Kinau a. m.
Baseball match atMakiki, at 3
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. K. MORGAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, at the Cluney
premises, corner of
Queen streets, one
The paraphernalia for the Rifles'
encampment were taken out early
this morning, in charge of a detail
under Capt. Wilder.
Every member of the first bat
talion, Hawaiian Volunteers, is or
dered to report at the Armory in
fatigue uniform this evening, at
G:30 o'clock sharp.
The line of march after leaving
the Armory will be along Beretania
to Richards street, down Hotel on to
Fort and King streets, along King
out to the camping grounds.
A bus will leave the Pantheon
Stables at 7 o'clock Saturday morn
ing for the camp, and at other times
as the number of passengers may
The Hotel Stables will dispatch
wagonettes from tho Post Olliue at
10 a. m. and 2 p. in. Fare each
Refreshments of every kind will
be supplied at the encampment at
fair rates. No need of taking lunch
Following is the order ( drill and
discipline to be observed Saturday
and Sunday :
5 ;30 a. in. Reveille.
5:4o " Police.
5:00 " Breakfast,
8:30 " Company drill.
0:30 " Guai A mount.
10:00 " Inspection of camp.
10:30 " Liberty inspection.
12:00 noon. Lynch.
1.00 p. m. Liberty inspection.
3:00 " Battalion thill.
4:00 ' Dinner.
5:30 " Dress parade.
0:00 p. m. -Tattoo.
0:15 " Taps.
In place of liberty inspection at
10:30 a. in. Sunday, divine service
will bo held.
A big head ja no uiorq tho eyl
denpo of brains than a paper collar
is of a shirt.
Strange, but truoj weak-minded
people aro often headstrong. Ball'j
DAILY BULLETIN-: HONOLULU, H,, L,.
TOBOCQANIHD IN THE TROPICS.
HO FOR LOXO MtAXClI THE NOVEL
ENTEUl'IUSE OK Mlt. SHERWOOD,
Tho marine toboggan nt Long
Branch, Waikiki, is now completed
and will be open to the public to
A trial was made yesterday even
ing and everything worked to the
fullest satisfaction. Several gentle
men were present, besides tho re
presentatives of the Press, and were
courteously received by the lessee,
Mr. Jas. Sherwood, who took much
pleasure in showing them alt the
Improvements and explaining tho
additional attractions which are to
Tobogganing has become such a
favorite winter sport in the East and
Canada, that the idea occurred to a
Mr. C. J. Belknap, of Bridgeport,
Conn., that it might be adapted to
tho summer months likewise. He
made his plans in 1885, but did not
carry litem into execution until
1888, when he built the maiinc tob
oggan slide at Bridgeport, as an
adjunct to the large bathing estab
lishment at Seaside Park. The
toboggan at Long Branch, Waikiki,
is in almost every icspcct a counter
part of the original. The incline,
rises about 10 feet from high water
mark, where there is a largo and
commodious platform, which is
reached by a flight of steps. The
chute itself is 20 inches wide, and
contains a scries of over 200 wooden
rollers for the sleds to run on. The
sleds used on this toboggan are the
celebrated "star oval boards, "which
on account of their lightness, com
bined with durability, meet with
little or no resistance on the water.
The toboggans start at a given sig
nal, only one being allowed to go at
a time, and, upon reaching the end
of the slide, they licochct across the
water for a distance varying from io
to 150 feet, skipping along like a flat
pebble, till the force acquired in the
descent is lost, after which the ba
ther comes in pulling his sled after
him. The popularity of this sport
in the East, can be imagined when
it is stated that an average of 20,000
slides a month arc paid for at the
rale of two cents a slide. A note
werthy fact in connection with the
toboggan slide al Bridgeport, Conn.,
is the non-occurrence ot any acci
dents during the time thathe slide
has been running not a single acci
dent has happened, so it is stated.
Our reporter made a careful in
spection of the construction of the
"slide, and noted with satisfaction
the substantial and thoroughly work
manlike manner in which the affair
is built, and the great precaution
taken to prevent accidents. It can
be safely asserted that the arrange
ments are such as to fairly preclude
the possibility of accidents, which
feature will undoubtedly enhance
the pleasure of the sport.
At the initial trial jesterday after
noon, some of our local athletes
availed themselves of the invitation
to "take a slide," and they return
ed highly enthusiastic over their ex
periences. Messrs. Eben Low, C.
Maefarlanc, John Dyer, Sam Gra
ham, Ollie Swain, Mr. Lackland and
others spent the afternoon and
gieater pait of the evening, "doing
the toboggan" and having a good
time generally. A part' of ladies
and gentlemen from Honolulu ar
rived later in the evening and in
dulged in several slides by moon
light. Two well known society
young ladies made the descent and
rode several times thereafter, ex
pressing the greatest delight over
their novel exhilarating experience.
These young ladies -can claim tho
credit of being the first ladies to
have tried the toboggan.
Mr. Sherwood has built about -10
new bath o6ms to accommodate the
expected rush, and has every con
venience arranged for the comfort of
bathers. Special airangemeuts have
been made lor ladies and children,
and Mr. Sherwood assures us that
everything in connection with the
establishment will be conducted in
the most respectable manner.
As this sport will undoubtedly
extend to all classes of the commu
nity, it is suggested that club nights
be set apart for ladies and gentle
men who piefer to have only their
own "set." This arrangement is
much in vogue in public skating
rinks in the East.
The formal opening of Long
Branch will take place to-inonow,
and undoubtedly a large attendance
will witness the inauguration of Mr.
Sherwood's new and highly novel
A BIG SHARK.
While the steamship Kelgic was
lying at anchor near the Bell Buoy
on Tuesday, some of the men from
the engine room amused themselves
by fishing, They caught a bhark
12 feet U inches long, and on its be
ing cut up 41 yo.ung ones were found
inside. An hour later another mon
ster was hooked but it got away.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
to-morrow evening attho Y. M. U. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Everybody is cordittlly invited to
attend. Following is the pro
n . I Violin... Mr. Y. E. llerrick
lHlLl l'iano. ...MUs P. A. Hurrick
Song Mr. E. .1. O. Bryant
Reading Mr. J. Unmet
Sung Miss liattio Needlmm,
Song Mr. E.J. (J. Bryant
Address Boy, W. D, WeuVervelt
riionew Government Dispensary
on King street is now in full working
order. It is a substantial and con
venient building, presenting a strik
ing nppearanco from the street. Be
ing centrally located and the street
cars passing by make it easy of
access by patients from all over the
city. There are in all six rooms,
three of which on the Ewa side arc
for the Government physician. The
reception room is to tho front on the
Waikiki sldc,and adjoining it in rear
is the consultation room. Beyond the
latter is the di.ug shop, fitted up
with every convenience and contain
ing a large number of different
drugs. It is in charge of Joseph
Paakauln, who is a very competent
druggist. Of late thcro has been a
saving of about 55 per ccnt,by having
the drugs compounded at the dispen
sary. Dr. Kimball being an old
druggist liimself,lias instructed Paa
kaula, whom he found to be a very
Heretofore thero has only been
one session a day, but now thero are
two, 8 to 10 a. m. and 1 to "2 p. in.
During the time that Dr. Kimball
has been in charge, about a year,
the average monthly attendance
has been 593. The average
monthly attendance for the pre
vious two years was 447. Every
thing about tho place is neat, and
the building is most decidedly a
great improvement on the one that
was used for such a- long time
in Fowler's Yard. It cost near on
Fiudat, May 17th.
Kanakaole, A. Duke and Iloona
ultt had each to pay $G for drunken
ness. Kaehu for larceny ot 2 fowls val
ued at $5, was sentenced to three
months imprisonment at hard labor.
Young Pung and Ah Fat, charged
with having opium unlawfully in
possession, were remanded to tho
DO you know the icuson why tho
Kamehamcha Basclmll Club won
I c tunic so cusy at Makiki? Because
all tho hoys drink Moxlc at the "Elite
Ice Cream Parlors." 249 3t
ENGAGE one of
your family. Also, to hire
Buggies, Brakes, Saddle
Citizens N. B. Wagonettes will leave
Post Olllce 10 a. m. and 2 r. u, Batur.
day, for Encumpmeni Grounds.
B Puro each way, $1.00. "1538
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES.
GRAPES FOR SALE.
GRISTLEY, Fort street, just
lTJL bulow school
Etrcct, lias tor sale
a quantity ol line Urapi
of line Grapes on tho vine.
People wishing to purcbafe may call at
ihe above place any day after fi o'clock
r. tt aud select any quun'ity at the rate
of 5 lbs. fr $1. 244 2w
Frank B. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
ESJ-nnicc at J. E. Brown & Co., Mer
chum street. P O Box No. 400. Bell
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephone
No. S60. ili'2 lm-89 4t
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NEITHER tho Obtain nor tho Agents
oi tho British bark "Royal Alice"
will bo responsible for debts contracted
by the crew. 252 lw
SPECIAL meeting of tho stock,
holders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. will be held on MON.
DAY, May i'0, IPSO, nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
it tneir oftlco on Queen htreel.
Pur order. J. ENA,
Honolulu, May 11, 1S89. 249 Ot
AKIRSTOIiABS Oosmorama, com.
pleto, with 10 largo lenses, 2 sto
reoicopes and about 120 lurgo and 100
smaller pictures All in first-class order.
The plcttiics Include some beautiful
Illuminated photo IB in. by 14 in. and
12 in. by 12 in.
Apply at this olllce.
FOR SALE CJIEAP
A YOUNG Baddlo
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
- etc., thrown Into raako
a bargain. Apply at this office. 2S1 tf
limit or Lease a. Cottage
of two or th Ci) ronm. in
I o u.ox 1 jcnlity. Kent $ 10 per
Auuruss r. u.
AQOODnpnchUiiml, a ninn thorough,
ly pouted ii the use of a clicular
saw, cut oil', tnllrr, dado, etc., a man
that has worked In Ihe mills of Call for.
nla preferred. Am Iv to
Q. W. LINCOLN,
218 lr Bulkier,
MAT 17, 1880,
THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION,
Spitt' Pari, Kail,
Thursday, July 4, 1889.
Races lo Commence at 10 o'clock a. m.
Ofllclnl Progrniunio :
1 Railroad Stakos,
Running Race, if mile dash, for all
Maui bred horses.
2 Kahului Purso,
Running Race, 1 mile dash, free to
3 Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Trotting & Racing Race, to harness,
1 mile heals, beat 2 in 3, for all Ha
waiian bred hoises.
I Bwcopstako3 $25 Each,
Running Race, mile dash for Ha
waiian bred horses.
fi Maui Derby,
Running Race. i mile dash for all
Hawaiian bred, U year olds.
6 Association Putbo,
Running Race, & mile dash, free
7 King's Plate,
Trotting Race, to harness, 1 mllo
heats, best 2 in 3, for all horses
without a record of 3:10 or better.
8 "Waikapu Purso,
Running Rnce, J milo dash, for all
Hawaiian bied hurses that have
never run a public race.
9 "Wailuku Purse,
Running Race, mile hcatB, best 2
in 3, for Maui bred horses.
10 Kula Purso,
Running Race, mllo dusb, for
ponies 14 hands or under, to carry
100 lbi. or more.
11 "Waihoo Purso,
Trotting Rare, in harncsi, 1 mile
heats, btst 2 In 3, free to all.
12 Novelty Race.
Running Race, 1 milo dash, for Ha
waiian bred horses, 1st quarter, 2nd
quarter, 3rd quarter, 4lU quarter.
13 Corinthian Race,
Running Race, 1 mile dash, free to
all, owners to ride, welterweights.
14 Mana Cup,
Running Race, milo dash, for all
Hawaiian bred horses.
15 Mulo Race.
Running Race, milo dash, free to
PSTA11 entries closo Thursday, Juno
27, 18S0, at 12 noon, and must bo made
in writing with the umlproienu'l.
L. M. VETLESEN,
249 lw Secretary.
FILTER PRESSES !
PAAUIIAO EliANTATIOX, )
Hawaii, March 0, 1888. J
RlMdnn Iron A. Locomotive WorltN,
Guntlkmen: Wo have used two of
your 3u-chambored Flllor Piossos this
season. They aro convenient, easily
handled and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on (hem.
Very respect fully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Presses are made extra heavy
for hich prestures, occupies a floor
spaco 11 feet by 4 feet, and prcscutB a
filtering furi'ace of 240 squaro led.
A limited number in stock in Hono
lulu and aro sold at very low prices.
RUdon Iron & Loco. Works.
E3?For particu'nr enquire of
JOHN DYEK, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 ijprcckcls' block,
2350 tf W. G. Irwin & Co.. Agents.
JUST TO HAND
Ex "G. N. 'WILCOX."
Eflicient Wootl Preserver !
-KOK BALE AT
F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s
25 Centi Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co,
rSTQranpa for orders to bo filled for
tho other Islands, will he picked right
from the vIuch. 243 lw
" TEMPLE Iff MIDST
CORKER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.AI? 1.50 .A. 3P-AJCR,.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
J5On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire now and
magnificient slock will bo sold for cash at and below coat. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will bo 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, Boot9, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that wo have a
largo and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' aud Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., nnd by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
JSoll Tolcplionc, GO -a J
No. M Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Havo on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
feSCOTCJJEI and JGaXSJHL 'TVHISICY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine fe Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
GINS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Giii, Bewt Brand in tho Marlcot;
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 Tints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay,
All of which will bo sold
HOLL1STER & CO.,
100 FOIIT 8TBEBT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P, LorilIard.& Co.'b Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball &, Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Worka - 73 Hotel Street,
Coi'iior Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
- Mutual Telephone, 37 1
Sale a Full Assortment of-
Riesling, Hocks, Etc.,
AT LOWEST RATES by
4 DEALERS IN-
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