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THURSDAY, MAY 20, IH89.
Stmr iilnlenle from I'minl
Bclir Lcnhl from Kolmlii
Bchr illllo iMorrls from Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Gcr bark I'r Jlczger for Poit'Townsciid
Sttur (J 11 lltaliop for Wnlnnac, Wiilulun
ami Kuobui ut 0 ti tu
.fttwn Kmtnl i cr Wulnlcalc, liny 23
R A Muclle jr, U Biuber.wlleuud child.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
HBMS Esplegle, A (J Clarko
Br bark Iloyul Alice, Z til
Br bark Pukwnn, Smith
Missionary butuu Morning Stnr.Gnrlnml
HuV bkLudy Lmnpsiiii, Sodcrgtcn
Am bark UoIihu, BucLita
Am bktuc Kllkltut. Cutler
lltiw bark Andrew Welch, Mmslon
Gcr bark l)r Mezger, .iiiglcsludt
. v ' '
The steamer W G Hall will bo due to
morrow from wlndwaid ports.
Tho German bulk Dr M zer is tak
ing In ballast mid will sail for Tort
Towusctul to-mbirow, to load lumber
Xor ttio Colonics.
COLBURN In Honolulu, Mny 22, of
bowel complaint, Mrs. Elizabeth
Mauglian olbmu, relict of the Into
J. F. Colbmti, aged llfty-uuc
years nnd live ilnyfc, mother of
Marcus 11. and J. F. Collmin nnd
Airs, ti I'armcnter of this city.
The game of bnseball on Satur
day at the Msikiki grounds will be
b'etwecn the Katueharaelias and
Stars. This will bo the first appear
ance of the latter club. A good
game may be looked for. Follow iug
are the teams with positions:
STARS. POSITION. KAMKIIAMEIIA.
Chan. Wilder c Roieit P.iImu
B. linldwin i i U.ivis
A. Kerry lb . Pukelu
E.Baldwin 2b J. Wise
E Wodehouee... 3b J. Cook
W. Bruncr s T. Makaimoku
J. O. Caitcr jr...l.f XV. Spptner
Cbas. Wilder. ...c f....C M. Lawclawe
L. Toibert r.f . . . . J A. Lawilaw e
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY.
The 70th anniversary of the birth
of Queen Victoria will be observed
in this city to-morrow as follows :
At noon a salute will be fired from
the shore battery at Kukanko anil
H.- B. M. S. Espiegle ; at the same
hour the band will play the Na
tional Anthem at the residence of
Major J. H. Wodehouse, II. B.
M.'s Commissioner, Emma street;
a reception will be held from noon
to -2 o'clock by Major Wodehouse
to which the public is invited. At.
7:30 o'clock in the evening the
band will give a concert at Emma
Square, the selections being appro
priate to the occasion.
AN AMUSING WITNESS.
A sailor nancd Humphrey be
longing to tho bark Koynl Alice,
waB charged in the Police Court
this morning with using threatening
language. From the evidence it ap
peared that he threatened to kill a
native woman. A friend of his, a
sailor on tho Klikitat, desired to be
called as a witness. On being
sworn, he said he was a good man,
was going to tell the truth, and then
entered upon a long harangue in de
fense of his friend, which was ex
ceedingly amusing, and caused con
siderable laughter. He did not speak
over well of a native policeman, The
Court thought a reprimand would
bo. sufficient, but after an address
from the prosecution sentenced
Humphrey to ?! hours' imprison
ment at bard labor?
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BUFOJtE DOLK J.
TnunsBAT, May 23d.
In re estate of Mrs, AJnry Dom
inis, deceased. Petition of John O.
Dominis for letters of administration.
Ordered that letters of administra
tion be issued to petitioner without
bond. Cecil.Brown for petitioner.
' Viiuhsdav, May 23d.
Ten Chinese cliarged with gam
ingr; each forfeited bail of 85.
Peter Humphrey, for using
threatening language, was sent on the
reef for twenty-four hours, costs
Tam Yow and Ah Young were
each fined fi0 and sentenced to one
hour's imprisonment, for having
opium unlawfully in possession.
Spring is with us at
there are many cold days
the Government ofilcc-holder.
He (tenderly) May I see you
pretty soon? She (reproachfully)
Don't you think I am ptetty now?
Snooper You call that a picked
choir, do you? Chorister Yes ;
why do you ask? Snooper It
strjkes me that it was picked too
The Editor Consoles Himself
Tho death of the heud of the great
distillery at Cognac removes a fam
ous man, but his spirit is slill with
"What were you thrashing your
boy. for lait night?" asked a neigh
bor of Mr. Caution. "Wild oats,"
was the old man's reply.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
Istrrebtiso rending matlor on tho
Bthamkiib now leave Vancouver for
China ovoiy twelve days,
Tub Emcrnnii homestead al Wain
lttii is to lot. ' Full particulars else
where. Dlt. Anderson, the dentist, is find
ing plenty of work to do at Kilaucu,
The 8. S. Unmtilln leaves San
Francisco lo-monow at noon, for Ilu
nolultt. One of our society you fig men fell
from his lnne yesterday, 'receiving
EioitT lepers were brought from
Kona, Hawaii, yesterday, on a small
A notice to the creditors of
estate of A. F. Cooke, bankrupt,
Tin: class in English literature will
meet at the Y. M. C. A. pallors at
7 :30 this evening.
The result of the baseball game on
Saturday is attracting much atten
tion among the boys.
n. m l" -.
A Miss. .TacoiiS of Toledo, Ohio.has
sued for a divorce on the ground that
her hut-bund is u baseball crank.
Leg Chu has opened a Chinese
employment oflico at No. 37, King
street. He will bo remembered as
the bright bell boy of the Hotel, a
yeur or two ago.
. . .
The attendance at tho salo of
newly imported furniture at Mr. Le
vey's salesroom this morning was ex
ceedingly largo and everything wus
sold. The sale realized $1000.
This morning the steamer Wuiale
alc was oft' Barber's Point, at -1:30
o'clock, fully one hour before day
light. Site reports that the light at
the ligluhoubo wus not binning then.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Debating Society will bo held this
evening at tliu UMial time and place,
to dibCiis tlie question of which lias
the gieater inlluence, the pulpit or
Mrs. Elizabeth M, Colburn, mother
of Mrn. Parmenter and Messrs. J. F.
and Marcus Colburn, died yeeterd iy,
aged iifty-one years. The funeial
takes place this afternoon at 3.30
o'clock, from tho Central Union
Theke will be a couple of races on
Saturday at Kapiolani Park as fol
lows: & mile dash, J. A. Cummins'
Kunohini and J. Oudeikiik's Rock
well; mile dash, W. H. Corn well's
Conspiracy and J. A. Cummins'
Some important additions have
been made to the programme for the
races on Kaniohanieh.i Day, appear
ing in another column, to which the
attontion of t-portsmen is called.
Tho entries for tho various events
close June 5th.
In tho window of tho Pacific Hard
ware Coiiipady's store may be seen a
bai-kct of lilucts painted in oils in the
most aitistic manner by Miss Lulu
Fanning. There is uls-o.i large photo
graph of the lbt battalion Hawaiian
Volunteers taken at the encampment.
. .. .
Theue was a large attendance at
the sale of Mr. J. W. Luning's furni
ture to-day by Mr. Morgan, and good
prices wero realized. Amongst other
things two of Tavernier's volcano pic
tures were sold, one to Capt. Cluney
for $102.50, the other a smaller one
to Mr. Hynian, for $75.
A lln.0 correspondent, in referring
to the opening of Court there with
prayer, by request of Chief Justice
Judd, remarked that it was the first
time sucli had been done in these
Iblands. Hon. V. O. Smith, how
ever, informs us that when ho was a
boy Chief Justice Lee, the first Chief
Justice of tho Kingdom, while on
circuit made n praelico of opening
Court with pruyor, calling upon some
clergyman to perform that service.
Among the passengers to arrive
here on the Umatilla May 31st, will
bo Mrs. Frank M. Hatch. The S. F.
News Letter in its social notes, says:
"As a young lady, Mrs. Hatch was a
most deservedly popular belle, und I
believe has not an enemy in the world.
Pretty, attractive, charming manner
ed, slio has hosts of friends in this
city, and will piobubly leign us a
queen in her Island home. She will
bo missed by a wido circle here, who
congratulate themhclves that her
well known devotion to her mother
will probably bring her to San Fran
cisco for frequent visits." l
EVENTS THIS EVEIIIHC.
Debating Society, at usual time
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Class in English literature at Y.
M. C. A., nt7:30.
Dtill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Kumehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. It. at 7:80.
The steamer Waialeale arrived
this morning from Kauai with a
broken lop roller from the Kiltitiea
plantation. Mr. R. A. Muclle, Jr.,
came down on the steamer. The
broken roller was taken to the Hono
lulu Iron Works. The Waialeulo
returns this evening with a sparo
roller and Mr. Maclio expects to be
gin grinding again to-morrow after
noun. The biggest spring opening of Ihe
season will take plaue in OkluUomu
PA'fcT fitrfjilKPrfTrnONOLtftAI, 11. j L-
GAUD of THANKS.
G, 0. NAUAYAMA would re-
turn ln Miaeiu tiiunks to lliu
iiiiiny Indies mid uciilltiiion who attended
the luncrid i f lili hue beloved wife on
Wednesday, for tli it g eat klmltusf and
wurinliear ed sympaili. 257 it
ChlncHO Employment OfHco
rJHE undersigned beg lo notify the
1 mi 'lie thai Im Inn upcnid a ' hi.
ncsu Luiilovtueni office, at .mi II King
treet, will mko onntr.icts for cnrpenicr
woik, pHlnlli g, etc. Mwsngct ittllvered
M tli ii Clilnesj. .Mtituil '1 eleplm e 'So.
257 lm l.Iik CHU.
A NY Quarter r
IIUU to Mnich 31,
Zx lnHli, duo bv
the Hawaiian Cur-
rlaire Muiiiituetiulug Co. will be paid
E. G. SGHUMAN,
257 lw Manager, U. C. M. Co.
ON and after this date Mr. Frank B
(Uterluich will collect ami Bettlo
all accniiniRiluo to anil hv riv
A. ltll'CIIIK ROW AT, V. S.
Honolulu, May al, laiU. 2C5 tw
"JMIE tin Wsignud. iiaslgi ce In bank
1 i iiitR otllie islHteof A. F. I onke
nf Hnni'tulii, O lm, liriohy givis milieu
lo nil t'lu cieilitnis who lmvc proved
tlielr clulini iig'dnst the siid Innkiupt
istute, tint he lm -iiliuiticd lo Mr.
Jutlec Pros on IiIh (1 al uco mni niih
mikI i via e, iin'l Itn- 11 1 w i tin; neenunt I
Hie i 111 e of ilieCL'ik i,i the Supn me
tout , pn pur itciry id ihe p yiiieui to
er illlni-H of a flr t 'mil Ibuil iilvhlctii'.
Ad tlmt on SA'IURDW. June l-i .
18 0, in 10 o'clock . m he will apply
to said .In lion for a S'H lem ni ef In
ici ounts us Mti:h nsignee, nnd for a
ditclmrgc fiom nil lliiliilin.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Assignee of the 11 mUrui t tslale of
.. F. toiike.
Il'inoliilu, May C3 1839. 257 lw
SUl'fitKITCIS CttllKT r TIIK
HiAiui'iii I-lintl". In the iiinmr
a iJ. I) Fiee'h, a Binkrilit. Order mi
petition of UuuKiupl lor (lisc'iutge Ir.ini
Upim icidlnir and fllinir tlin puilii -n
nf 0. D. Kreeih. of Honolulu, on 'h
Is'iihd ut Oill'i, a leiiiiu' tl tit more lliun
six inuntlw li o eliip-id (inoe lieun
u jiiilleitt'd it liiiuluupi IM(I placing foi
i : i h ir.e fri m all In-i ileles.
It is nrdi-iei tlnu 'IHURSjDAY, the
lllli da nr.lu o 18t!), hi to a .m.,u ilmi
I iv at iliu (louri Uuiini, in Atiinlimi
Ila e, be and is hereby iiptiiilmed the
imu mid pine-! for hearing ifsiid peii
lion when nnd whtre all ereiliior-i who
have pioved their claims gnin-t i-aiil
lliiiikriitii may uppeir ami show online
if any they linvo hy the prat prof enitl
ltiinln pi slimil I n n't h (imuiimI
And it W further ordered that no'lec
be given by adveiti.-cuit-ut in tho haiiy
1 1 i.i i.n for tvo wieks m II nolulu,
of the time ind place of sm li hearing
ami that the Clerk ifiheSupr me Court
mail uotic-t. of the t.me and pla e o'
i-ucli hcaihig to all ciedltors whohae
proved tin ir debts
Ju-tlc Supr mi i ourt.
it s : .T. M Ki i8T. I)ie.i i lerk.
Dated Honolulu. May 21 J 18811.
beautifully Mutated in
Vtninlun, Otiliti. II. 1.. com-
a larcc house with 10 rooms.
kilehen, i iiutrv. burn clc 11 acres of
choice land i ow paitly in tmo und nthi r
vi-pciitlilct. and u rich pasture ol i
acns within Ivilf a mile. Puru water iH
In.'U'.hi to the homo and gnunds fnni
never fulling springs, the supply ot
"liiehcau be imlifluiicly ii crated in
qiiHiitiiy. TU re is a good caniage road
lo Honolulu Ul miles distant also to the
6t' am but landing, lesa than 'half a
mile ilirtiint, whe'o sleimers from ihi
cit touch thruo limes a week. '1 lie pic
turcq io ceno y, line climate nud un
rivalled waier privilege liniko lhis a
niiisi d slnililo plnre for a country re.
treat and smitHriiim. Terms modi'riii.
for further infoimitinn up lv in
J. A MAG OV,
257 tf Honolulu.
I HAVE this day told to Messrs.
Uilglit Hro my ?olo right, title
aidinleiist in the premises known as
Ihe "Old l0"0 I'nmise," 70 and 8
Mnir Miect. ulieio my Micct-ss ra will
accomplish everything in the o image
anil blacksmith trade to the siiWnrtiun
of tho public. A. If. WEIU.
P. S Wright Bros will Ktill carry on
their business on fort street, next to
Lucas's Planing Mill M
Honolulu, luy 21, 188!) 255 lw
Desirable Cottage To Let
CfTI'A'iK, corner Klngnnd
Si hi h strict, Uiw lliim
10 minutes walk from Poet
OlIUo. I.ofty toomi, all conveniences.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 2-1 .Meichaut street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
I?XOhLLBNT Stables cqii.
It t lining lit Sialic, Collage
ii d 7 ncrt'i Pubiuru Lund, on
Miuiii Ktrnei, uu'ir King, fnnneily occu.
tiled by Mr. White, piopriotnr nf tho
I'd una Uih, To let nn very mnduratu
lcim. Al plv io
J. E. DROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Met chant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A HOUSE, Phaeton,
u d Whip, lor mlu.
Ho (, t.U'id, tf"- tlo
-- and kinl Prlci I00
I I n hteln Cow, ' jens o'd Price
Apply "H," lintJ.ETiN Oilice.
PIR-TOjAeH Co mnramn, com.
pit te, with 10 larue lenses, 3 hic
leoicopc- ami about ISO lruu ami lou
Miialler plciunn All in llrul-chias older.
'I liu plcincs include some ln-aullful
iUiiliiii anil phoio. Id in lit 11 In. and
'i lu by 13 in. Apcb hi this uiUce.
M THOMPSON, Attornoy& Conn.
Ill elor nt Law, corutr Fort and
Merciinnt streets, Honolulu, gives writ
ten stutcmeiiM of lnw and judicial deel
f Ions applicable to the facta of the ea
stale,d l0 tilm, and aim opinion as to the
prohablj result nf legal piocecdimu.
255 Vm .
ALL rrnkcB of Piano taken in part
piyment toward tho Celebrated
Decker Hrop., J. & C. Khcher & Cnn.
mil I'innn-i lor whlcli wenre sole agent".
MubIc Department, Hawaiian Wcws Co.
SECOND-HAND Plnuos, from $
to$20U, uunhy of attention. Miulc
Dcpartmiut, Hawaii in News Co.
NY make of Piano for which wo
nre. niri'lit-" will sell on innntlilv
Instalments of f 10 up, or at NciYork
price foi cash. Music Department, lis
wnlinn News Co.
JUST received tho Peerless Fischer
Piano, ciiirnnleFil fnr 6 years, rail
and fco it. Music Depnrtment.'llawnllan
ALL kinds of MuIcnl Instruments,
Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music
and Mmlc Books on tale nt the Music
Department, Ilawbiinn News Co.
GOOD Family Hoard for a Hmilcd
number of genilemen not exceed
ing 0 persons. To? particular anply to
W. F. REYNOLDS,
254 tf At T. G I brum's store
EMPTY Tin Lliud Packing Cnsea.
lot Ct THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sons Laving claims against the en.
late of K.incy Wirt, deceased, to present
the same to the undersigned, executor,
within bix mouths from dute of lids
notice or tl.oy will lie forever birred
1'ho I'UU presenic I to me as agent of
Mild Nancy Win, during her lifetime,
are nut sutllclcnt.
W. O. SMITH,
Executor W 111 of Nmiev in, deeM.
Houol ilu. May 5 1889 253 3.
WAIAKEA MILIj CO.
ATnmcctinnof iliis Company, held
on Mi 2, 18', at the n'fllieof
Then. II. Davie & Co..
, the following
ollleers were li.ctuit for
Pre-ide-it.... Mr. Thoo. II. Paries,
Vice-Piesident Alex. Young,
Treasurer F. M. Swanzy,
becietuiy E. V. Hnldswortli,
Auditor T. K. Key worth.
E. W. IlOLDSnOUIH,
Honolulu, May 21 1U39. 2fiG4t
Borders & Decorations,
A. Lartco Lot t
l.nl est Styles !
Just Received. I
And for talc at reduced prices.
2 0 :im
Having secured the services of a
First ClnBS Cook
And made many other changes in the
management we aro now pre
paid to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
New Books ! New Books !
THE UNDRR3IGNED HAVE
A large consignment of the
ENGLISH, FRENCH Al
All the Standard Works
POETHY nnd PROSE.
These BOOKd arc ofTured at
Very Low Prices !
And Deicriptlvc Catalogues will lie
furuithed to tlmsc dedr.
BSr Country Orders Solicited"
Clul) House Diig Room
MAT $3, laWK
A fine ti sort men t of
GENUINE HAYANA CIGARS 1
Also, n fresh lot ot
Large and Small.
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid,
Crinbaum & Co.,
Queen Street. Im
FILTER PRESSES !
Hawaii, March 0, 1858. f
nimlon Iron &. I.ocomotlvo Workn,
Oekti.rmkn: We hnvo ued two of
your 3u-cliambcrcd Filter Presses this
season. They ore convenient, easily
handled and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very respectfully your,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plauiution.
These Pressor arc made cxlra huavy
for hleh prcssu cs, occupies a fl.mr
spare 11 feet hy 4 feet, and presents a
filtering buii'icc of 240 squaro feci.
A limited uumbcr in bluett in Hono
lulu and are sola at very low prices.
Bisdon Iron & Loco. Works.
BSFFor nartlcu'nr enquire nf
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 sprcckcl.t' lilock.
22S0 tf W. Q. Itwln Si Co.. Agente.
Frank B. Auerbach
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
fiSy-nfflce at J. E. Brown & Co, Mcr
clniui Hlnel. P O MnxNo.40'J Bell
Teluplmiic No. 172 Mutual Telephone
No. atlO. .CUm-89.lt
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
tSTGrapcs for orders to bo filled for
the other Inlands, will bo picked right
from the vines. 24 lm
The Beautiful Seaside Kcort at Wai.
kiki (formerly the residence of Col.
O. W. Mucfarluiie), knon as
Park Beach Hotel
The Premises consist of
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.
Largo and Cotnmodioua
Stables with Carriage Honse.
Uppir Floor filtel with Largo Airy
Koohib. Fulinble for 6criauta,
etc., etc There mo
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connccteil with tho Premises on which
could lie trec'id cohhihb for vibitorB,
i-hriuhl ill ti pliiuu ha cunveriud mto a
linti-l, for wliiuli i i8iulmliiiblyailiipt.il.
Tliu lla'hlni; facllitic cquul ihe biBt
alone the line of bunch.
JtyriienFri-mUcs will bo leased for
a t mi of yearn In responsible parlies.
Par further puriiculurs upply to
y. o, xuvvin & co.
jay A SprinRQald Gas Mirft no l
on uiti IVeml-u. uii I ilu- pipes, ad into
all the ubuve Uulldinga. apr.5U
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves;
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
A.T $1.50 j&- JP-Iit.
THE " ARCADE
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
SSf On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificicnt slock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business wiR be discontinued. Tho stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents, Youths and Boyfl' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Bell rJCelepliojic, GO "tat
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
' BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
8SOOTOJBC and IIRJS JEi WHISKY,
In Glass and Stono Jara;
Very Fino & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
CiftiS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, 33et Brand in tlie Market;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brandt of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinuri Water, Kuminols,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinfiuidol, IMalaga, Tokay, Madeira,
. Port, Sherry,
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO,
101) FOBT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Lorillurd &. Co.'s Tobnccoa, &. W, S. Kiruball & Co.'
Tobaooo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street.
V X a.
Coi'ner Hotel & Fort Streets'.
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
T Mutual Telephone, 9f X
Salo a Full Assortment of-
Riesling, Hooks, Etc., Etr,
AT LOWEST RATES by