Newspaper Page Text
TUESDAY, MAY 21, IH89.
Sttnr Kllnttca lion for Hainaktia
Btmr Klnau for Illlo and uy ports at
Stmr Kaala for Wntalna and Wulanne
at 9 a m
Stuir I.cliua for Haniakua and Illlo ports
at 4 p in
8tmr .las Makeo for Kapaa nt 5 p m
Httnr Mlkilmla for Kauai nt 6 p in
Stiur Wnlalcalufor Kiluuca and llunalcl
. " at 5 p m
Stmr Pclo for Maul and IIiiwjH at 10
tjohr Mary for Mamilel
Hchr Livlula for Kanal
Suhr Hanlnkal for Kauai
Schr Kaulilua fur Kauai
Suhr llalcukalu for I'cpeckeo
Schr Kmilciioiill for Kouala
Solir Luka for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
II B M S Cormorant for t oqulitibo, vl,i
numerous Islands on tlui 1'uu flo
Fov Fan Francisco, per fok 0 0 Wli't
moi'1. Ma 18 Miss lluniet Ului'k.Mas
tci lii. u' ,and Geo A Capon.
Tor lt.ihiiliit per stmr Llkullko, May
20-,Iolin V Kalua.Mia W 0 Wilder and
fr c:id, Mrs V P v Hrcwer, 3 ihlldun
and muse, Mrs Doming, Miss Doming,
P Mouclt and 40 deck.
wARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr llaleakala 12U bgs sugar.
The bark Andrew Welch Is taking In
The bark O O Whltmoro took to ' an
Francisco May 18th, 1U.2S0 bgs sug.ti
and 300 biu'hs bananas. Domestic va
NAOAYAMA In this Pity, May 20th,
ukeiatioiu of thu stomach, rs. G.
O. Niicay.ima, aged 30 j ears
BST Funeral will take place fiom thu
residence of Mr. Naeajami, G b'on's
old house, King street, on Wednesday,
May 22d, at 2 y m.
Kinau, Capt. Lor-
enzen, left her dock at live minutes
past two o'clock this afternoon,
witb a full cargo of f night anil the
following passengers: Mrs. Dr.
Mouritz, Miss Lidgate, T. R.
Walker, Mrs. Smith, Mr. anil Mrs
I'. C. Jones, C. F. Horner, J. O.
Carter, C. L. Wight, L. Aseu, P. L.
Harrington and G5 deck.
PICNIC AND RECEPTION.
In celebration of the birthday of
a younger daughter of Mr. II. De
Fries, a vc enjoyable picnic was
held at Waikiki yesteiday. Sea
bathing and games were indulged
in, to the great pleasure of both
young and old. In the evening
theio assembled at the house of Mr.
De Fries, a number of friends,
Her Majesty the Queen being also
present. The day will long be re
membered by tho young lady and
bcr many fiiends, us one of great
delight to all.
OPEN FOR INSPECTION.
v Between the hours of 9 a. in. and
3 p. in. to-morrow the furuituie at
the residence of Mr. J. W. Luuing,
Liliha street, will be open for in
spection. It is to be sold on Thurs
day by Mr. Morgan. A complete
list of the articles to be sold appeals
in another column. The furniture
is in good condition and there arc
many choice pieces of .bric-a-brac;
also three volcano pictures by the
late Jules Tavernier, which will no
doubt attract the attention of ait
lovers. Those fond of choice plants
and ferns will find a fine collection.
THE PLANTERS' MONTHLY.
The "Planters' Monthly" for May
contains, besides much that is inter
esting to sugar men, a good th-al of
practical information in aid of
the causo of diversified iudiisliies.
Tlieie is information on tobacco
culture from a Cuban planter, An
article on olive cultivation is taken
from a California paper. A cones
pondent argues the feasibility of ex
porting mangoes to California, quot
ing pioof from the annual report of
the Jamaica Public Gardens. Baron
de Worms' great speech at Gree
nock, on the sugar bounty system,
is republished in this number. The
"Monthly" is, to say the least,
maintaining its efficiency.
Mondai, May 20th.
Nine drunks were fined the usual
Kalel pleaded guilty to larceny of
$40.75, the properly of Haawinaau
po, and was sentenced to oiio
month's imprisonment at haul labor.
A case of cruelty to animals and
one of malicious injury were con
tinued. ' Tuesdat, May 21.
papt. Weir, charged wjili assault
and batteiy on J. Nelson, was re
manded to the 25th.
Nauetiro, Himatnara and Mura
kamo had each to pay ?G fur drunk
enness. Hong Sung, for cruelty to ani
mals, was lined 520 and sentenced
b one week's impilsmnnent.
Gjeorge Patterson, for fuiious and
licedlebs chiving, forfeited bul( of
J,"!' I" 1, U .J
THE BEST PAPER i subscribe
tor if iliu "UMiy buiiuiii
Ckiuta pi ioutU.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Q ood-BY, Cormorant.
Furnished rooms nro to lot.
It rained in Nuuniiu Valley nearly
all of yesterday.
A cricket match is being
at the Makiki grounds to-day,
A cottaoe within ton minutes
walk of tho Post Office is to let.
A house, phaeton, harness and a
Ilolsteiu cow are offered for sale.
A notice to the creditors of Nancy
Wirt, deceased, appears elsewhere.
The next steamer from the Coast
will be the Umatilla due May 31st.
Mn. F. B, Aueibach is authorised
to attend to Dr. Kowut's financial
The Chinese immigrants by the
Belujc were released from quarantine
The Bulletin Weekly Summary is
out to-day, contai.iing a large amount
of local aud island news.
A. K. Weir has cold his title and
interest in the Old Rose premises,
King Btreet, to Wright Bros.
A cart of Gen. Tom Thumb's
foot niiiy be boon in the btore window
of the Manufacturing Shoe Company.
II. B. M. S. Cormorant sails at 0
o'clock to-morrow morning, and will
visit a number of islands in the Pa
cific. The missionary barkciitiue Morn
ing Star will bo launched from the
Marine Railway at 3 :'M o'clock this
Mr. T. R. Walker left on the Ki
nau this afternoon for Hawaii to be
absent a week, combining business
The special meeting of the Hawai
ian Carriage Manufacturing Co. has
been postponed to Wednesday aftei
noon, the 20th hist.
Mr. Theo. P. Severin took a splen
did view of the battalion at drill at
the encampment. Copies can be ob
tained at bis gallery.
Capt. Fibber requests a full at
tendance of members of Co. B at
drill to-night, as business of import
ance will be brought forward.
The Englibh national anthem was
played attlic conclusion of the organ
recital la at evening in honor of II. B.
M. ships Coimuianl and Espiegle.
Du. Anderson cf tho firm of Ander
son & Lundy, dentists, leaves on the
steamer Mikahala this evening for
Kauai, to be absent about two weeks.
On the voyage from British Colum
bia to Honolulu, the officers of II. B.
M S. Et-piegle caught an enormouc
shark which bad attempted to swal
low the brjhS log.
The Hawaiian Band will board the
tug Elou in tho morning and pluy
II. B. M. S. Cormorant out of the
haibur. Any friends of the ship can
find room on the tug.
SibTERS Irene and Crcscentia leave
for the Leper Settlement this evening
to assist in the cuic of the Boys'
Home at Kaluwao. A cottage will be
built for them there.
Sister Iiene, who leaves for Molo
kai this evening, left I'.irin to join
the Franciscan Sibtcrs in Syracuse,
on purpose to have tbe privilege of
coming out to work for the lepers.
A Japanese gentleman has left his
native country to study poultry fann
ing in America. When through he
might come to Honolulu to learn
poultry harvesting fiom the Chinese.
Mr. M. Goldberg h-is had a big run
on those "Excellent styles" straw
hats. Not to bo wondered at. If
you are going tobogganing ho has
Worbted bathing costumes; jubt the
Thirty-eight lots have been laid
out at Kitivviki, llilo, Hawaii, above
tho Waiuuku l'lautation, for home
stead purposes. Persons desiring
lots should apply at the Interior
J. E. Brown & Co. advertise to let
those fine stables recently used by
the Well known hiis-drivei, Mr. White,
situated on South street near King,
together wilh7acies pubture land.
Also a dcbirablu cottage, corner of
King and South btrcets.
The brick work on the now engine
house for China Company No. 5 bus
been completed and is very credit
able to Mr. F. Hurrison, the contrac
tor, Thu finishing touches are being
put on the building, which will soon
bo ready for occupancy.
. At tho Washington Centenary in
New York, tbe hargo used for con
veying President llarribon across the
Hudbon, and rowed by twelve of tho
oldest nierchuut captains of the
country, was called the Kaiu'ani,
after the young Hawaiian Princess,
and is considered tho fastest barge in
tho United Stales navy.
Rear Admiral George F,. Belknap,
successor to tho late Admiral Chand
ler in command of thu U. S. navy on
tho China station, was tho senior
oiilcer who lamlul cgpipmiU'8 of blue
jackets ami murines from the Tusca
lora and Portsmouth, in this city, to
stop the rioting that occurred over
tho election of the picsent King,
Tim many friends of Mr, G. O.
N.ucayama, Inspector of Japanese
immigrants, will bo sorry to hear of
tiu death of his wife, which, tuok
iilacu Monday, at the lesidence, King
street, Ilio decoded was only thirty
years of age Tho funeral inkea
place to-morrow afternoon at 2
Mr. Fred Harrison, tho contractor,
has commenced putting in biick foun
dations on tho empty lot on Queen
street, opposite the fkuting rink, to
roceie nn iion building which re
cently arrived fiom England. It will
bo used for storing machinery."
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Queen's Own at Armory,
Excelsior Lodge N j. 1 1. O. O. F.
Drill Co. 13 Honolulu Rilles, at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT L. 3. LEVEY.
At 12 o'clock noon at salesroom
a piece of
street containing an area
of an acre. Particulars
THE ORGAN RECITAL.
A I.ftrci AuiUuuru and a IVell-rcn-ilcii'U
I roc ram inc.
To a stranger visiting Honolulu,
the interior of the Kaiunakapili
Church, for Hawaiians, is a total
surprise. In these far away is
lands one would baldly expect
to find such a building so nice
ly fitted up, and with s-uch a
magnificent oigan. Many of the
larger cities of the States cannot
boast of such an instrument. A
most enjoyable evening was spent
at this chin eh on the occasion of the
eighth organ recital by Mr. Wray
Taylor. A large audience was pre
sent ami the programme was well
gotten up. The sacred ch.uacter of
the building was observed and ap
plause was limited to looks of pleas
ure. Aud novv for the programme.
Place aux dames, Mis. F. W.
Glade, evidently not a stranger to a
Honolulu audience, sang with a rc-
maikably sweet and well-trained
voice, a solo, "Come unto Him."
It was a delightful piece of vocaliza
tion. Miss voii Holt accompanied
on the. oigan with notict able skill,
in fact, seemed quite at home at the
large instrument. Mr. E. J. G.
Brvaut undertook a dillicult task in
singing the reiit-itive, Comfort
Ye," and aria, "Every Valley"
from Handel's Messiah, but he was
equal to the occasion, displacing a
voice that has evidently been train
ed in a good school.
Mr. Paul lsenberg, Jr.. picscnts
a commanding picsence on the plat
form. He t-ang in Gei man aud has
a poweiful but exceedingly pleasant
baritone voice which he uses well.
Miss von Holt accompanied him.
Mr. Taylor played six solos on the
in gau iu all. In a fantasia an imita
tion of the bagpipes was very amus
ing, and the "111110 Bells of Scot
land," on the carillon, and an Irish
air were catching. The whole of the
numbers were well pl.iyed, the cr
ganUt having perhct control of the
massive oigan. The choir of the
church, all natives, reudeied two
anthems with decidedly uood taste,
the sopiano solo in tbe (list one be
ing well sung by a young girl. It
is veiy evident that the Hawaiians
are a musical race. The writer
hopes to bear annth r recital before
leaving the inlands.
The launching of the Mary Ann
Took lace at Waiklkl;
She slid down on Hie toboggan
Into the biiuy sea.
Oh 1 w ho c in tell my houo-t pride
And sw elllng thoughts, to boot,
.is hi exliilaiatlng ildc
ns vainooSid doivn the chute,
Aud lode u on the cicstcd wave '
v bundled net or mote:
And then w 1th dauutlcsspii it brave
bug out to ga ii the shore.
Oh, dearest one, would that I might
I ecend with lliee the chute;
To lookeis-on 'twould be a sight,
This da lug paiachutc.
No other spoit I'd ever crave,
I'd saeiitlee my cash
With lb e to skim l lie oeoan wave,
I'd go without my hash.
IIIAVK this day Mild to Mcsta.
w right liiiK niy Mile right, title
.i. d in i on at in thu I'Hint-cs kimn tis
iho 'Old Koiu t'nmise," "JO and 8
i iii tr finet. wheie my MH.o.fSur.-. w II
accom HbIi i vnylliing in ilm ciniugi
ami bhickbtniili inuc to Hii xilii-lncli n
if the putille. A. K. WE1K.
P. S Wright Uios w.ll t-tlll curry rn
ilieir iulnes on i-on sir et, iexi 10
I. nous's I'liiniiig Mill
Honolulu, viu) 21 16811 255 lw
ALL m ikes of Plunoi taken in pi rt
pi) merit lowuid iliu Celelmutd
Dcoktr urns, J. fc U. Kirchcr & i; n
mil I latin inr hii Ii ueiirohuluHgi nti-.
Muelo Department, Hawaiian ivews Co.
CECOND-HAND Pianos, from $'5
O io20U, Moi.hyolatunilon, Munlc
Uupiirtunnt, Hawaiian Noub Oj.
ANY make of IMino for hlch we
urn aiit-nt-i will sell on monthly
Instalments of $10 up, or at Now Ymk
piicus fni CHsli Music Depaitmout, lla.
nuibm Nuws Co.
TUSTnteiwd Hut Peerlcw Pi
f Piuiiii, uti ininuiid I rftvesr
aud rcu it.
Music Department. Hawaiian
A I LkimU ol Mi-
1 M .M.iu Muii-iiaidise, .'bee Mu-lc
and Mj.iC Hi ok on Midi at 1 In
Uepui mum, Hialliil Ntr Co,
llu u .iv 111- lu
jJ vuuu put UlUllUi
-1 h-tH i
j Ubii; Uuiluuu.'
Xotioct wider Vis head nw thtroed 19 centt
per line for the first insertion, and 6 cents per lin$
tvery additional insertion.
M THOMPSON, Attorney Coun.
stlor at Law, corner Fort and
Mi rcbnnt street!, Honolulu, elves writ,
ten statement' of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to the facta nt the cara
stated 10 lilm, and also opinion as to tho
probabl-' result of legal proceeding!.
ON and after tliU date Mr. Frank B
Aucrbach will collect and settle
all accounts due to and by mn
A. RITCHIE ROWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, May 21, ItUO 205 lw
EMPTY Tin Lined Packing Cases.
lfil Cf TI1EO. II. DAVIES & CO.
fS Friday, 3 Canaries.
J ward to tinner
R. J. LILLIE.
A LARGE Front. Airy
Room, well. furnished,
with bathroom and oilier con
vunictices attached. Apply to Mrs. Lnlmr,
Bethel street, next to Poil Offlco. 2)3 3t
GOOD Family Board for a limited
uumlitrof gentlemen not exceed,
lut 0 persons. For particulars anply to
W. F. RETNOLD3,
254 If At T. U i brum's store.
2"i5J Fort Street lw
A fine assortment of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS !
Also, a fresh lot of
I.argo and Small.
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid,
Grinbaum & Co.,
Queen Street lm
Tho beautiful Seaside Resort at Wai
kiki (formerly the residence of Col.
O. V. Mucfarlaue), known aa
Park Beach Hotel
The Premists consist of
Lanal 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 6 Bedrooms,
All partially furnished.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms,
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto,
Largo and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
UppT Flror flitcd with Largo Airy
Rooms, milable for sirvauts,
etc, ilc There aio
Large & WelHaid-ont Gronnds,
Connected with the Premises on which
could bo erected collages for visitors,
clumld tho place hj converted into t
hotel, for which it is admirably adapted
Tliu Dathing faclHtlo. cquuf the but
along tho line of beach.
eQTTlioso Premises will bo leafed for
a 1 mi of years to responsible parties.
For further particulars apply to
W. G. IUWIN & CO.
CT A Sprinpfbld Gas Maoh no i
011 mo I'rcini-u. u 1 iho nipu tttl into
I nil tho ttbOYO UulldlDsa. apr-25-;l)
THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION,
SurecMs' Part, Kail,
Thursday, July 4, 1889.
Races to Commence at 1 0 o'clock s. m.
omclnl Programme I
1 Railroad Stakoi,
Ktinnlng Rare, & mllo dash, for all
Maui bied uorses.
2 Kihului Purso,
1 mile dash, free to
3 Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Trotting fc Pacing Rncc, to harness,
1 mile neats, Iksi 2 in 3, for all Ha
waiian bred hoises.
4 Swcopstako3 $25 Each,
j Uaco, ?f mile dash for Ha
5 Mo.ul Derby,
Running Hare. mllo dash for all
Hawaiian bred, a iar olds.
6 Asso.iation Pnrso,
Running Race, i mllo diBli, free
7 King's Plate,
Trotting Race, to harness, l mllo
heats, oet.t 2 in 3, lor all horses
without u record of 3:40 or Letter.
8 Waikapu Purse,
Running Race, mile dash, for alt
Hawaiian bud nrses thai have
never run a public race.
Running Race, J mile heats, best 2
in .), for Maui bru,d horses.
10 Kola Purse,
Running Race, mllo dash, for
potdis 14 hands or under, to carry
100 lbs. or more.
11 Waihee Parse, '
Trotting Hire, to harncs", 1 mile
heats, Inst 2 in 3, free to all.
12 Novelty Eace.
Running Race, 1 milo dash, for Ha
wniliin bred horses, 1st quarter, 2nd
quarter, 3rd quarter, 4th quarter.
13 Corinthian Race,
Running Race, 1 milo dash, frco to
all, owners to ride, welterweights.
14 Mana Cup.
Running Rice. Ij mile dash, for all
Hawaiian bred horses.
15 Mule Eace.
Running Race. milo da8hfreo to
tsll entries closo Thursday, June
il, 1889, at 12 n nn, and mu-t be made
in writing with the undi'miirne
L. M. VETLESEN",
249 lw beerciary.
FILTER PRESSES !
Hawaii. March 9, 188
RlHdon Iron &. Locomotive IVorkH,
Gknti.kmun: Wo havo iietl two of
jour 3j-chambered Filter Presses this
suAbnn. They aro convenient, easily
handled and are working entirely to
mr HHilsfaciinn. 1 can recommend no
imprnvinunt on them.
Veiy respict fully yours,
(Signid) A. MOORE,
Munager Paauhau l'lautation.
These Prcssc are made extra heavy
for hi eh prestu es, occupies a flour
spure 11 feet by 4 foot, and presents a
filtering euil.ice of 240 square leet.
A limited number in slock in Hono
lulu and are sola at very low prices.
Eisdon Iron & Loco. Works.
tSPFor nartlcu'iiri enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No, 3 sprecktla' lilock.
2250 tf W. O. Irw.'n & Co.. Agents.
Frank B. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
erf)fllco at J. E. Brown & Co , Mcr.
chain slrcti. V U llox No. 401) Bell
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephone
No. iJUO. 153 lm-89 4t
25 CenU Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
rarGratipa for orders to bo filled for
thu other Uhtiiih, will bo picked right
from the rluea. 24) lm
" TEMPLE OF
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
JkJO 1.(50 A. JPJLXJEl.
Undressed 6-Bulton Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
t-On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin tho entire new and
magnificicnt stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
mHst be disposed off as the business wiH 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, Boots, 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 by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Bell Telephone, SO -a 8- IVEuttuvl Tolopliono, 37 X
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have ou hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTTRBOW, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
feSCJOTOJEI ana XX2.I "WMSHTir,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fino & Vory Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted;
GBflJS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, BcNt Brand in ilio Blnrlfot;
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.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apolllnurl Wnter, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFOBNIA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
All of wliich will bo Hold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IOO FOIIT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Photograph lo Mutorlal,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agenta for P. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, & W. 8. Kimball & Co.'a
Tobaooo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Btreot
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Salo a Full Assortment of-
Riesling, Hooks, Etc.,
AT LOWEST RATES by
1 ' 1 ii'iteimK m 1 'whifir