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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1889.
II B Jl S Cormorant for Poqulmbo, via
numerous Islands In tlm Pari lie
Stmr I.chua for llnmakua ntul Hllo ports
nt G ) in
ficltr Iivinln for ICauai
Sclir Kaiilllua for Kauai
Sohr Kawallanl for Ewti
Stuir Ewrt for IJwn
For Kauai per stmr Mikalialu. May
21--Mr and Mrs F W Glade and child.
Dr Campbell, WD Schmidt, lion A 1
JiainiiKoa. jlr Kaiielialut, II 1' Kayo, Jlr
Lopez, A Yokun and
about 110 deck.
A CRICKET MATCH.
A Jlonoluln Team Itcntn Otto i'roni
the Urlttnli Xavy.
A cricket match was played on
the Makiki grounds yesterday be
tween a Honolulu team and n com
bined team from II. IS. M. Ships
Cormorant and Espicglc, resulting
in favor of the former in one inning
with 5G runs to spare. Mossman
and Hatfield bowled well for Hono
lulu and the former made a capital
innings of 57. Following is the full
IIonoi.i'lvs 1st Innings.
Hatfield, o. Nlcliolls, b. Large 10
Aucrbach, 1). Large, 0
Campbell, o and b. Larue
Jlosainan, c. Large
"Wnusoy, b. Large
Wodchouse. e. Lambert, b. NleholU.
Von Tcmpsky, b. Large
llcwett, run out, b. Clarke
(ilffard, e. Niebolls, b. White
Splllmnu, not out 22
iiyes, 7; wldes, 3; leg nycs, -J It
Total , 1G2
Waushu's 1st Innings.
Cnpt. Clarke, ruu out n
White, c. Ilattleltl. b Hatfield 0
Lieut. Lambert, b. Hatfield 0
Capt. Nlcholls, b. Hatfield 9
L-irge, e. Van?cy 13
Lieut. Prltchaidb. Mossman '1
Willard, b. Mossinaii 0
Lieut. St. John, c. Hatfield, b. Hat
Clllverd, e. Diid b. Moismau 0
Crelevcu, not out G
Chiilcraft, b. Alossmau 0
Widcs2; byes, 1 it
Crelevcu, run out 2
unite, b. llatticlit
Lieut St. John, b. Mobsman
Clllverd, c. llcwett, b. Mossman....
Chaleraft, c. Hewett, b. Hatfield
Lambcrt.e. Wodohoufe.b. Mossman.
Capt. Niebolls, c. Spillmaii, b. Jlos
Capt Clarke, b Hatfield. . . . J
Large, is. Hatfield
Lieut. Pritcuard, b. Hatfield
Willard, not out
Byes, 4 ; wldes, 1
Grand Total 10ii
Capt. Langley has received the
following anonymous note through
the mail :
Honolulu, May 21, 1889.
To the Commanding Olllcer Co. C,
1st Batt.,H. V.:
Sin: Allow rac to congratulate
you and the olllcers and men under
your command for the success tlicj'
scored at battalion drill, dress pa
rade and review last Sunday after
noon; also, for their extremely good
conduct while in camp.
The Captain is himself proud of
the way his company carried them
selves all through tho camping busi
ness. A GREAT SOLDIER.
A London special to tho New
York "Times" says : The most im
portant news of the day is the ap
pointment of Gen. Von Vcrdy du
Vemois to be the German Minister
ofjjWar. Although he is 50 years
old, it may be said ho is the first of
the new generation of German sol
diers to come to the front. He is
admittedly the foremost living mili
tary writer and his works on tho art
of command have revolutionized the
strategic teachings of all Europe.
Von Verdy is a stout man of line
figure, not very J tall and looking
strangely like Gen. Grant in face,
beard and expression. His selection
by the new Emperor for this great
post is felt to be a notable stroke of
clover policy and it is assumed to
foreshadow still further progress in
the perfection of the German army
as n lighting force.
THE P80CRESS OTSURDERY.
A London despatch says : News
lias just come of an interesting sur
gical operation in the provinces, and
tho prospect is that, if surgery con
tinues advancing at tho present rate,
important organs of Hie body will
by-and-hy be manufactured to order.
The patient in this case had a small
tumor in a large nerve in the arm.
In removing it some of the nerve it
self was unavoidably taken away,
causing the lobs of sensation to
those portions of the skin to which
tho nerve led. The surgeon, nothing
daunted, performed a second oper
ation 18 hours after the first. lie
then took a piece of the healthy
nervo from a leg he had just ampu
tated and patched up tho injured
nerve with it. In JIG hours sensa
tion returned, and .there is now
every evidence of complete recovery.
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER of
Uouululu 'Thu Dally Bulletin."
50 cents per mouth.
' ' . .
LOCAL & GENtiftiU HEWS.
The missing link lias been found.
The boat boys say they aio sorry
tho Cormorant has gone.
Evekv member ot Co. C Honolulu
Tlilles is expected at drill this even
ing. Something good.
At noon to-day Mr. L. J. Levey
sold 48 100 ot an acre of land situate
on Lililiu streot for $1,525.
Tun committee on the plans fur
the now Central Union church will
make a report this evening.
Friday is the seventieth anniver
sary of the birth of Queen Victoria.
Is it to bo observed in this city?
A rpkciai. meeting of the Honolulu
Avion Society will be held this even
ing at 7 :30 o'clock, followed by re
hearsal. Tiiuke Chincso wero arrested this
morning for having opium unlaw
fully in possession. They were taken
to tho station houso along with u lot
That Fischer piano recently im
ported by the Hawaiian News Com
pany has been sold. Such a fine in
strument was not likely to remain
unsold very long.
Dn. E. A. Lundy the dentist lias
returned from Maui. Ho ha fully
recovered from his rheumatic trouble
and is now able to attend to any
operations required in his profession.
Tin: Hawaiian News Company offer
a very tempting assortment of Eng
lish, French and German literatuio,
comprising all the standard works in
poetry and proso at low prices. Call
and get a catalogue.
Oun "Irish Consul" is again to the
front with something new in his line
of business, and, as he is noted for
only dealing in reliable goods, the
Bhirts he lias just received will no
doubt be found satisfactory by those
The funeral of the late Mrs. Naca
yama took place this afternoon from
the residence, King street, and was
quite largely attended. Dr. C. M.
Hyde conducted the tcrvices. The
remains were interred at Makiki.
Mk. J. F. Morgan announces the
following .ales: May 25th, under
writers, sale of tubs, wiic, and hoop
iron; May 29th, volcano pictures,
pastels, shells, coral, cuiios, stuffed
birds, etc.; June 1st, tho Hawaiian
At a meeting of the Waiakea Mill
Co. tho following officers were elected
for tho ensuing year:
T. II. Davics President
Alex. Young Vice-President
F. M. Swanzy Treasurer
E. W. Holdsworth Secretary
T . R . Key worth Auditor
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Hides, at
Special meeting and rehearsal Ho
nolulu Arion, at 7:30.
Service at Central Union Church,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. F. MOltdAK.
At 10 a. m., at the residence of
J. V. Liming, the entire household
furniture, when bargains may bo
I1Y L. .7. I.KVEV.
At 10 a. m., regular cash sale,
when will be offered a general as
sortment of merchandise.
At 11 a. m., a consignment of fine
household furniture just imported,
particulars of which appear else
where. Some large and small rugs
will also be offered.
An entertainment will bo given in
the Y. M. C. A. hall on next Satur
day evening, May 25th, at 7:30 p.
m., by the young ladies of the Y.
W. C. T. U. Tickets, 25 cents
each, may be procured from the
General Secretary of the Y. M. C.
A., or from Mr. J. E. Bidwell, at
No. 10, Fort street. But 250 tickets
have been issued, and every person
presenting one will be entitled to a
A RARE CHANGE.
Mr. J. W. Luning's entire house
hold furniture will fall under the
hammer to-morrow at the residence,
Liliha street. There are any amount
of fine articles to bo sold, and those
attending will bo euro to obtain bar
gains. In addition to the list men
tioned in another column, a Berk
shire sow and a lot of rabbits will be
offered. Read the list for your
At eleven o'clock to-morrow
morning Mr. Levey will hold
an important salo of furniture
at his salesrooms. It com
prises book cases, bureaus, hand
some sideboards and extension din
ing tables, card and smoking tables,
something now, Vienna furniture,
etc., etc. Puiticular attention is
called to this sale, for thu furniture
is new and .something not often seen
in this country. It will ho sold
without reserve to close consign
ments. Hero is a chanco rarely of
fered to the public. Some large and
small rugs will also bo offered at
the same time.
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A ROYAL UALL,
Tho HtnC Rtvca n FnrowcU Itnll to
tho (!it. nnil onicern of JI. II. M.
Tuesday evening His Majesty the
King gave a ball at lolani Palace as
a farewell to the Captain and oflicers
of H. B." M. S. Cormorant. Tho
grand hallway was very tastily
decorated with ferns, small palm
trees and numerous bouquets of the
choicest tlowers. The blue room
loeked exceedingly pretty with its
well arranged lloral decorations.
The throne room presented a daz
zling scene of brilliancy lit up as it
was by thu electric liht from unm
et ous crystal chandeliers. Mr. Jas.
Y. Robertson the Vice-Cliatnherlain
had charge of all the airangcmcnts,
and the ball throughout was a bril
The invited guests began to arrive
at 8 o'clock and were shown to the
dressing rooms by Major J. D.IIolt.
The Royal Hawaiian Band was
stationed on tho front veranda on
the Waikiki sido and, under direc
tion of Bandmaster Bcrger, played
during the arrival of guests. The
selections from Patience were paiti
A few minutes before 9 o'clock
His Majesty the King and II. II.
Prince Kawananakoa, attended by
Air. Robertson the Vice-Chamberlain,
entered the throne room and
received the guests. His Majesty
wore the decoration of St. Michael
and St. George. After the reception
dancing commenced to the strains
of the siring orchestra of the Ha
waiian Band stationed in the recess
to the left of thu dais. Tho carte
dc danse was a very handsome one
and on the inside had the words
'Aloha Uoimoraut." Following was
the order of dances ; Waltz, Lan
cers, Waltz, Schottischc, Waltz,
Polka, Lancers, Waltz, Schottischc,
Lancers, Waltz, and Galop.
At 1 1 o'clock an elegant supper
was served in the dining loom, thu
tables being spread with a tempting
display of viands. After supper
dancing was resumed and kept up
with spirit for some time. Following
were those present :
Mrs. V. E. Allen, His Ex. Jona.
Austin, Minister ol Foreign Affairs;
Mons. G. C. B. d'Anglade, French
Commissioner; Mrs. A. T. Atkin
son, Misses Zoc and Laui Atkin
son. Miss F. 11. Bishop, Mrs
Barnard, Major and Mrs.
Bertelmann, Miss Barnard, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. E. Boardman, Col. J. II.
Boyd, E. Faxon Bishop, Herbert
Senlior A. do Souza Canavarro,
Portuguese Commissioner ; Mrs. J.
O. Carter, J. O. Carter, Jr., C. E.
Covilie, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L.
Carter, Capt. J. T. Nicholls,Lieuts.
Chas. E. Kingsmill, Geo. A. C.
Webb, and Percy St. John ; Staff
Surgeon John Wilson and Paymaster
W. O. Bedford of II. B. M. S. Cor
morant. Mrs. J. I. Dowsett, Sr., Miss
Mary Dowsctt, Miss Dutton, Miss
Dudoit, J. I. Dowsctt, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Dimond.
Mrs. Frank Eaton, Commander
Arthur C. Clarke, Lieuts. Chas. E.
Pntchard and Herbert W. Meredith,
Staff Surgeon David D. Bookey,
Paymaster Robt. A. Moore and
Engineer Alfred D. Watson of II.
B. M. S. Espieglc.
Capt. and Mrs. A. Fuller, Miss
Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Win, Foster,
Miss Finckler, II. Focke.
Miss Nina Green, Mr. and Mrs.
II. F. Glade, Hugh Gunn, N. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Hasting",
Mrs. J. A. Hassinger, Miss von
Holt, Miss Hassinger, Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Holdsworth, Frank M. Hatch,
Major J. D. Holt.
Hon. W. G. and Mrs. Irwin, Col.
C. P. and Mrs. laukea, Paul Iscn
bcrg, Jr., A. J. Ivors.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Levej'.
His Ex. Geo. W. Merrill, U. S.
Minister Resident, and Mrs. Mer
rill, Rev. Alexander and Mrs. Mac
kintosh, Capt. II. W. Mist, R. N.,
Misses Constance and Edith Mist,
J. M. Monsarrnt, Mrs. C. B. Ma
keo, Miss Markham, E. C. Macfar
lanc. Lloyd Osboiirne.
Major Sam Parker, John II. Put
nam, U. S. Conhiil-General ; Miss
Putnam, Miss Peralto.
Mibs Mabel Rhodes, A. W. Rich
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robert
son, Capt. J. Ross.
Marshal J. II. Soper, Mrs. J. D.
Strong, Geo. E. Smithies, E. Stilos,
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Toler, Mr.
and Mrs. Wray Taylor, L. von
Major J. II. Wodehouae, II. B.
M.'s Commissioner ; Misses Amy
and Ethel Wodehouse, J. II. Wodc
housc. Jr., Hon. I. S. Walker, Miss
Agnes Walker, Missus Fawn nnd
Alice Winter, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Winter, Miss Widcmann, II
Whitney, Jr., Carl Widemaiin,
G. Wilder, W. II. Wiight.
TVT THOMPSON, Attorney Conn.
-L'JL K-lor at Law, corner Port uml
Merchant atioct3, Honolulu, jives writ
tun statements of law and judicial ilcul
flons applicable to the facts of tho caws
stated 10 hint, ami alto opinion as to tho
probable result ot legal proceedings.
ttSo I in
GOOD Family Hoard for a limited
iiiniiiii r of gemli'incn not exceed,
iug U persons Kn puiilnilitrt, a iply to
Kn puiilnilitrt, a ii
V. F. ItKYNOLDS,
AtT. U.'l brum's store.
Auction Sales by Lewis l imi,
By order of Mers. IT. Hackfcld & Co.,
I will sell at Public Auction
On Thursday May 23,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
A consignment of
Fine llouscliold Furniture,
Just arrived hv the bark "G. N.3
In Walnut nnd Mahog.iny,
Extension Dining Tables and
Card i.nd Smoking Tables,
Dining Hoom Chairs,
FOLDING and ARM CHAIRS !
Piano Stool", Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. L.EVEY,
y5U 5t Auctioneer.
WAIAKEA MILL CO.
ATamcclinpof ihis Company, held
on May 21, ISS'i, lit llic olllco of
Thco. II. Davics & Co., the following
olllcers were ilected for the ensuing
President Jlr. Thoo. II. Davics,
Vicc-Presulcnt Alex. Young,
Ticasiircr K. M. Swanzy,
ijecietary E. YV. Holdsworth,
Auditor T. It. Key woi th.
E. W. HOLDSWOKTH,
Honolulu, May 21 . 1830. 1!56 U
EMPTY Tin Llnul Packing Cases.
1S4 Ct THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
BatMi Cosines !
New Books ! New Books 1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of tho
ENGLISH, FRENCH Al
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These HOOKS aro offered at
Very Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will bo
furniblicd to those desir.
VST Country. Ordors SollcitedlE
MA asu taRfc,
A lino assortment of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS I
AIbo, a fresh lot of
Largo and Small.
For Sale In Bond or Duty Paid.
M. S. Crlnbaum & Co.,
254 Queen Street. ltu
Paauiiao Plantation- )
Hawaii. March ti, 18S8.
ntHilnn Iron A Locomotive AVorkH,
Oknti.embm: Wo have med two of
your 3uchamborcd Filtor Presses tliis
season. They arc convenient, easily
handled and aro working entirely to
our sntlsfaclion. I cau recommend no
improvement on tin in.
Very respect hilly your,
(Signed) A. MOOKE,
Maaagei P.inuhau Pluuiaiion.
These I'rcssci ate made extn li'iavy
for hich pressures, occupies a floor
spice 11 feet by -I feet, and presents a
filtering burfaoc of 240 squaro lect.
A limited number In Mock in Mono,
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
Eisdoa Iron & Loco. Works.
CSTForpiulicubirs ennui ro of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 Spreckils' Block.
2250 tf W. G. Irwin & Co.. Agents.
Frank B. Auerbach
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collectoi.
ItSs-Onlce at .1. E. Urown &, Co., Mer
chiiut Mrvut. P O Unx No.-lOU Be.)
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephone
No. UUO. 152 lm.M -If
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Svery Day !
WOLEE & Co.
tS-Grapcs for orders to ho filled for
the other Islands, will ho picked ritrht
from thu vines. 243 "m
The Beautiful Seaside Resort at Wai-
kikl (formorly the residence of Col.
O. V. Mficfarlane), known as
Park Beach Hotel
Tho Premises consist of
A Nimn Building,
Lanal 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
All partially furnished.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Largo Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto.
Largo and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
Upprr Floor fitted with Largo Airy
Rooms, t-uiluble for servants,
etc., etc. Thero are
Large & YelMaid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Premisei on which
could be erected cottn:cs for visitors,
hhould the place he converted into a
hotel, for which it in admirably adapted.
Thu limbing facilities equal the beat
along the line of bench.
JS33r-T!icso PrumUca will be lens ed for
a turn of years to responsible parlies,
For further particulars apply to
V. G. IltWJX & CO.
tST A SprinRfbld Gas Mark no Is
on uiu I'rcuii-bi an i ihu pipes ad Into
all tho above liuildiugs. aur-20-iU
WJL m rftdlHUR!
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
AT $1.50 .A. 3P-A.IBL.
Undressed 6-Sutton Kid Gloves !
(No. I QUALITY);
JUJJD $l.SO -A. PAIR.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN & CO Honolulu, H. I. ..
JBfiTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Cohu the entire new and
magnificicnt slock will be sold for caih at nnd below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business wiK be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Drc-3 and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Alio remember that we hnye a
large and clcjjant, stock of Gents', Youths' nu-l Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by biding at the "AKCADE" you can save money.
Boll Tole-plione, GO -a 6& Mutual Telephone, '3V X
No. 24 Merchant Street. Hoar Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOUEBON, B.YE and MOKTOKGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and 1X8,1 JEi WHISKY,
In Glass nnd Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), alto, STONE JUGS ;
Old 1?ora Gin, Dent Brand in tlio Mnrliet;
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 Pinta and Quarts.
Bitters, Iilquers Absinthe,
ApolXinari Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFOEHIA WINES,
Zinfaudel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hoclcs, Etc., Eto,
gJT All of which will he eold AT LOWEST KATES by .
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FORT riTKKET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agents lor 1'. Lorillard A Co.'u Tohaccos, it W, S. 'Kimball & Co
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street!
& TOUT STREETS.
Cornor Hotel ft Fort Streets.
Salo a Full Assortment of-
A DKALKUH IN-