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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1889.
Stmr V Q llall from Hawaii and Jtiutt
Mny 5 t
Ger b'ark Hr Mezgcr for Port Towuscml
Sttnr G It Bishop for Walnune, Wnialua
and Koolnu at !) a in
l'cr WO Hall May 2 lib From the
Volcano: J .1 Williams, 11 W Prouttc
Miss M Cooke, N l'hllllps and wife.
From way ports : re Jotic9 and wife,
Hon J Klelmrdsoii, V A Manlcy and
wife, Mrs W A Gallagher, J C Searlc,
1 A Anderson, Mr Klffel and (laughter,
Chung Pen and 41 deck.
The W G Hall brought May 21th ClfiO
bgs sugar, 181 bgs awa, 3;l bgs coffee, 1!)
pkgs Tildes, SO lid cattle, 12 sheep, '-
horses and 51 pkgs sundries.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY.
How tho lny won Observed In Ho
nolulu. The government, diplomatic and
consular lings are Hying to the
breeze, the Espiegle is gaily decorat
ed with bunling,as also are a number
of merchant' vessels in the harbor,
all in honor of the 70lh anniversary
of the birth of Her Majesty Queen
A large yaching party went down
to Pearl Miver harbor in the yacht
Hcleno at 8 o'clock to celebrate the
At noon salutes were fired from
II. B. M. S. Espiegle and the shore
battery at Kaknako.
From noon until 2 o'clock Major
J. II. Wodehousc, Her Brittnuic
Majesty's Commissioner, held a re
ception at his residence, Emma
street. The front veranda and par
lor were most beautifully decorated
with potted fcrus and other plants,
and the choicest flowers. Over the
reception room hung a largo por
trait of Queen Victoria round which
was twined wreaths of plumarias
and evergreens. Mr. J. II. "Wodc
liouso Jr. received the guests at the
main entrance and they were con-
ducted to the reception room, and
there warmly welcomed by Major
Wodehousc. The Royal Hawaiian
band was stationed in the grounds
in front of the house and played an
excellent programme of music dur
ing the reception. An elegant col
lation was served in the dining hall
and the Queen's health was drunk
time and time again.
Among those who called to pay
their respects were : II. II. Prince
ICawananakoa, attended by Mr. J.
W. Robertson, Vice-Chamberlain,
Hon. John O. Dominis, His Ex.
Geo. W. Merrill, U. S. Minister
Resident, Mons. G. C. B. d'Ang
lade, French Commissioner, Senhor
A. de Souza Ganavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner, Mr. Taro Ando,
Japanese Commissioner, His Ex.
Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, Right Rev. the Bishop of
Honolulu, Hon. J. S. "Walker, Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh, Mr. II. F.
Glade, Consul for Germany, Mr. II.
R. Macfarlane, Consul for Den
mark, Mr. Julius Hoting, Acting
Italian Consul, the Jvord Bishop of
Olba, Very Rev. Father Leonor,
Father Clement, Mr. II. V. Schmidt,
Consul for Sweden and Norwaj',
Rev. Dr. E. G. Beckwith, Capt. A,
C. Clarke, Lieut. C. E. Pritchard,
Staff Surgeon D. B. Bookey, Pay
master Robt. A. Moore and Engi
neer A, D. Watson of 1I.B.M.S. Es
piegle, Marshal J. II. Soper, Rev.
George Wallace, Mr. J. T. Water
house, Mr. J. II. Putnam, U, S.
Consul-General, Dr. J. S. McGrew,
Mr. Goo Kim, Chinese Commercial
Agent, Hon. AV. F. Allen, Capt. II.
W. Mist, R. N., Prof. W. T. Brig
ham, Hon. Henry Watei house,
Hon. H. M. Whitney, Messrs. R. A.
Maclie, Jr., A. Wnnsey, J. M.
Monsarrat, T. M. Starkcy, Godfrey
Brown, E. W. Iloldsworth, L. Von
Teinpsky, J. C. Ilulbert and Wray
Taylor of the Bulletin.
NO TRUTH IN IT.
On May 20th in its Maui items
the "P. C. Advertiser" had an ac
count of an affray atlvula, Maui, in
which it was stated that two Japs
were killed. There is no truth what
ever in such a statement, so Marshal
Soper informs us. These was some
kind of a row at Kula, but the Japs
got away and were not hurt m the
FROM THE VOLCANO.
Mr. J. J. Williams who returned
from tho volcano this morning on
the W. G. Hall reports having had
a very lino trip. The weather was
pleasant, no rain at all. Though
he has mado nine descents into tho
crater at different timea, this last
one was the most interesting of
them all. On the trail leading to
Dana lake there is a new blow hole
which has been termed the little
the noise of its
blowing can be heard a long dis
tance away. Mr. Williams went
right close to it, and says it lpoks
just like a grotto of living fire.
Tho Dana lake was exceedingly in
teresting, and is one seething mass
of hot lava all the time. Hi took
hoiup instantaneous views and, hur?
vied hRinc with tlipui fjp as to hayo
(Taycrnier put tiium on canvas. lie
learned of the lattcr's death at
Kailua on the way home,
iM&ma&fffi&inJHa&owTrinik)imwii&fi'iui - i''ti ni)n;
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Business was very dull to-day.
A PouTUOUKsr. wants a siluation.
Tin; Government oiuccs closed
Tun banks closed
at ono o'clock
Next Thursday the 30th will bo
Lr.rrEiiH addressed to K. G. Porter
are at Bigbop fc Co.'h bunk,
Skvkkal horso races at Kapiolani
Park to-morrow nftcrnoon.
Mn. P. A. Bias, editor of the laiso
Ilawaiiiino, is conlliicd to his bed.
A kattmsci game of baseball mny
bo looked for to-morrow uflcruoou.
II. 11. M. S. Esnnou: has a Mutual
Toloplionc on board. It is number
A dead cat
was lying on
A NUMiinu of passengers returned
Irom the Volcano this morning on
tho W. G. Hall.
Hon. Kobt. 11. Baker has been ap
pointed Aide de Cump and Colonel
on His Majesty's stall".
The Hawaiian bund gives a con
cert at Emma Square this evening in
honor of Queen Victoria's birthday.
II. B. M. 8. -Vcorn, Capt. Atkinson
will arrive here in August from the
west coast of Africa to relievo tho
Mn. Samuel M. Carter,wbo has not
been enjoying the best health of late,
intends leaving on the Klikitat for a
change of air.
The entertainment at tho Y. M.
C. A. hall Saturday evening by the
young ladies of tho W. C. T. U. pro
mises to bo a very successful affair.
II. B. M. S. Cai:oi.ikk, Capt. Sir
William Wiseman, will touch here
the middle of next month from Co
quinibo en route to British Colum
bia. No meeting of the Debuting So
ciety last evening owing to tho want
of a quorum. Tho Sooiety will not
meet next Thursday the 30th, it be
ing Decoration Day.
"Ka Oiaio" (The Truth), Mr. John
E. Bush's new native paper, made its
initial appearance this morning. It
is printed elegantly and contains a
large lot of reading matter.
A fteu one of the shots in the Es
piegle's royal sululo to-day, a per
fectly annular wreath of smoke pre
served its shape for a hundred yards
from the mouth of the cannon. With
a whirling motion it made a really
Mil. A. T. Atkinson, the indefatig
able Inspector-General of Schools, is
on tho island of Hawaii. Lust week
or ten days, he has been, "doing" the
Kau and Kona schools. He will re
turn to town by-the Kinau on Tues
day or Wednesday.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived
this morning from tho Volcano and
way ports. Purser Simerson reports
line weather along the route. The
Hall arrived a few hours in advance
of her usual time so us to go on the
Marine Railway to be cleaned.
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 Im. O. R.
M., at 7.30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Hawaiian Council No. G89 A. L.
Service at St.Andrcw's Cathedral,
Band concert at Emma Squnre,
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
R., at 7:30.
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Entertainment by Y. W. C. T. U.
at the Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:30
Baseball match Stars vs. Kameha
tuehas at Makiki at 3:30 p. m.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. F. MOItOAN.
At 10 a. in., at salesrooms, under
writer's sale of galvanized tubs, cop
per and brass wire, hoop iron, fence
wire, woolen shirts and collars.
A YACHTINC PARTY.
A few minutes past 8 o'clock this
morning the yacht Ilelcne left the
Oceanio Steamship Company's dock
for Pearl River harbor with the folio w
ing gentlemen on board: Hon. W.
G. Irwin, Commodore, Mr. Justice
Dole, His Ex. L. A. Thurston, Col.
O. P. laukea, Hon. M. P. Robin
son, Capt. J. A. King, Messrs,
Frank P. Hastings, C. N. Spencer,
A. J. Ivers, A. S. Ilartwell, W. II.
Baird, F. M. Swanzy, W. A. Whit
ing, Frank M. Hatch, Fred. Whit
ney and E. I). Giffurd.
Tho cabin was well stocked with
game pies, sandwiches and other
eatables, and there was a liberal
supply of soda water. TJio party
have gone to Pearl harbor to cele
brate the anniversary ol Queen Vic
toria's birthday and will return this
Piuiur, May 21th.
Akana, Ah Nging, Lnu Clink, All
Choy, Illng Hoon and Kim Chew
each forfeited bail of $5 for gaming,
DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H,; I,J
Unaril Hottno IteeoritCntnp Austin,
Friday, Mny 17, 1889, 0 a. m.
Arrival of Camp details under Capt.
C. T. Wilder.
8:30 p. in. Thirty-five tents
pitched. Capt. Wilder departs
for town leaving Sergt. McWaync
7 p. nil Fatigue party have sup
per. 8 p. m. Posted first guard Heist,
G. K. Wilder, Hallet, Lindsay, Mc
Gowan, V. White, Burget.
9 p. m. Posted reliuf Costa, Mn
cliado, Freitas, Ferrla, Villa,
10:15 p. m. Arrival of battalion
under Maj. Ilcbbard.
11 p. m. Posted relief Burget,
G. K. Wilder, Machado, McGowan,
Saturday, May loth, 1 a. m.
Posted relief, Alexander, Hallet, J.
White, Wright, Fcrreira.
3 a. m. Posted relief Rcist, W.
While, Vida, Costa, Ercitas.
5 a. m. Posted relief Burget, G.
K. Wilder, Machado, McGowan,
7 a. in. Posted relief Alexander,
J. White, Wright, Ferreira, W.
Notes: Five men arrested for
leaving camp. General discontent
among guards who had been on duty
9 a. in. Guard mount.
10 a. in. Posted relief, Corp.
Love, Privates Madeiros, Rodrigues,
Silva, Nuncs, Santos, Klcmme, Fer
10:50 a. in. Turned out Guard.
Minister of War enters camp.
11:05 a. m. Sent Pr. Harris to
post Hags on outer gate.
12 in. Posted relief, Randolph,
Burgess, Spcncc, Neinion, Merz,
Peters, McCubbiu, Kicolls.
Corp. arrested for beiug on
duty without his piece.
12:05 p. m. Prince Kawanana
koa enters camp accompanied by
His Majesty's Acting Chamberlain.
Turned out Guard.
12:10 p. m. Corp.
by Sergt. Major Barringlon on order
lroui Capt. McCarthy, Olllccr of the
12 :15 p.m. Return of old guard.
1 :25 p. in. Passed Pr. Carter on
order of Maj. Ilebbard.
1:25 p.m. Private
for sitting down on his post.
1 :-15 p. m. Private arrested
for sitting down on his post.
1 :50 p. in. Sergt. arrested
for trying to forcibly pass Post No. 1.
2 p. in. Corp. arrested for
resisting guard while the latter were
searching his tent for contraband.
2:10 p.m. Corp. escaped
from guard tent but was immediate
2 :25 p. in. Sergt.
and Private escaped from
guard tent. Captured shortly after
2 :'15 p. m. Posted relief Dower
Corporal, Emmerson, Crone, Oat,
Harris, Lucas, Ilurlehy, Turton,
2:45 p. m. Passed Pr. Hailet
out and in on an order from Cat.
McCarthy, Olllccr of the Day.
3:10 p. in. Guards not on duty
sent to their respective companies
for Battalion Diill.
3:10 p. m. Privates and
3:45 p. in. Details return from
5 p. in. Departure of Minister
of War and Prince Kawananakoa.
Turned out the guard.
5:10 p. in. -'-Posted relief Torb
ert, Nicolls, Fernandez, Koderigues,
Nunes, Madeiros, Santos, Madeiros.
G:15 p. m. Posted relief Peters,
Morton, licndolph, Emmerson,
Klemme, Neinion, Burgess, Spencc,
6:15 p.m. Passed Corp. Gum
phcr, who was relieved by Corp.
Ludwig on order from Capt. Mc
Carthy, G:40 p. m. Fired sunset gun.
Passed Pr. Hobron on order of
7: 15 p. m. Posted relief Turton,
Harris, Crone, McCubbin, Emmer
son, Lucas, Oat, Ilurlehy.
9 p. m. Undress guard mount.
Posted relief Corp. Wall, Privates
Carter, Charlock, McLaughlin.
9:25 p. m. Old guard dismissed.
11 p. in. Posted relief Corp.
Sehumau, Privates Iliggins, Look
11:40 p. in. Several shots were
fired off Post No. 2. A general
alarm was rapped, when the Bat
talion turned out in full force in
.short order. After inspection by the
Major they were dismissed.
Sunday, May 19th, 12:20 a. in.
The olllccr of the day escorted by
Privates Carter and Charlock made
the Grand Hounds.
1. a. in. Posted relief Corporal
Joseph, Privates Santos, Souza, For
icira. 2 :80 n. in. Privato ar
rived at Post No. 3 in quest of his
company's headquarters. Being
without tho counteibign lie was es
corted to G. II. ar.d remained till
3 a. in. Posted relief Corp. Wall,
Privates Charlock, Carter and Mc
3:15 a. in. Sergt. and
Lieut. arrived at Post No
2, escorted to G. II. and waited
fi q. m, Posted relief Corp.
K'jhiitnaii, Privates Hlggins, Looker,
G :20 n. in. Detailed Privato Car
ter to ralso colors at headquarters
and Private Charlock tho camp flag.
7 a. in, Posted relief Corporal
Joseph, Privates Santos, Souza,
9. a. m. Dress guard mount.
Posted relief Corp. Love and flvo
10 a. m. Capt. Zcigler, olllccr of
the day, inspects camp.
10:15 a. in. Church services con
ducted by Rev. A. Mackintosh.
Turned out guard and saluted col
ors. Cump guards attended services.
11 a. m. Posted relief Corp.
Dower and live men.
ll:-15 a. ui. Arrival of Minister
Thurston. Turned out the guard.
1 p. m. Posted relief Corp.
Trushler and five men.
1 :30 p. in. Pr. Rowell. Walker,
W. U. Wilder, Jr., and Peterson
under command of Corp. Dower
were detailed to escort two stran
gers out of camp for bringing in
2 p. m. Battalion formed on
parade ground. Guard turned out
3 p. m. Posted relief Corp. Dow
er and four men.
1 p. m. Departure of Minister
of War. Turned out the guard.
i :uo p. in. baiutcu colors as
5 p. in. Posted relief Corp.
Gumphcr and three men.
G p. m. Detail of four men un
der command of Sorgt. Kaiser es
corted off the grounds
for disorder' conduct.
G :30 p. m. Guard sent to sup
per. Lieut. F. D. Wicke, junior olllccr
of the guard, relieved by Lieut.
7 p. m. Posted relief Corp. Wall
and two men.
7:30 p.m. Three strungers ad
mitted by the sergeant of the guard.
7:45 p. m. Detail under Sergt.
Needham arrested some strangers
found in camp. Upon investigation
the Major ordered that ono of them
be sent out and the other two be
given the liberty of the grounds.
9:30 p. in. Battalion ordered
Monday, juay 2Utu, 1:0V a. in.
Battalion started for Honolulu, leav
ing a detail of ten men in command
of Capt. McCarthy to break camp.
The Tramways Company have
put down a new switch near the
Chinese Theatre so as to allow the
cars to make a quarter of au hour
service to the Rifle Range. By the
next steamer from the Coast, two
new cars of improved model and
with double the seating capacity of
those at present used arc ex
pected. There will be a passage
way through the centre of these
cars. The track is completed with
in a few yards of the Kamehameha
schools and as soon as these new
cars arrive it will bo opened to the
A NEW VESSEL.
There is building in Mr. J. A.
Dower's shipyard near the Fish
Market what looks very much like a
small steam yacht. It is very near
completion, in fact, from enquiries
made it will be launched in three
weeks' time. This new vessel is a
very fine model and built entirely to
Mr. Dower's own ideas. It is 60
feet over all, 15 feet beam, depth of
hold 5 feet, and is built of oak tim
ber and Nor'west. It has heavy East
Indian teak rails, the same material
as is used for English ironclads.
The galley, wheel house, cabins
and saloon will be all on dock, leav
ing below exclusively for carrying
freight. She will have auxiliary
steam power, the engine and boiler,
of thirty horse power, being now
placed in position. A close exam
ination reveals something entirely
new in the work of construction.
This vessel, which will be schooner
rigged, is to bo used in the inter
island trade and has a carrying
capacity of 700 bags of sugar or
Tho Hawaiian Hand will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock, in honor of Queen
Victoria's birthday. Following is
the programme :
March Queen Victoria TJerger
Overture Festival Bach
Waltz .My Queen Coote
Grand National Fantasia Kappey
Hooheno, Illlo Kupa Loke, Olwl INanl,
Keininiscciiees of lialfo Godfrey
Gavotte Queen's Own Ainlllloii
Quadrille The Times Coote
Galop Queen Victoria. Hecker
God Save the Queen.
TVr THOMPSON, Attornoy&Uoun.
ItA selor iit Law, corner Fort nnd
Merchant stieeU, Honolulu, alves writ
ten statements ot law and judicial deci
sions applleahlu to tho facta of the cases
stilted lo lilm, and also opinion as to the
probable result of legal proceeding.
ALL mukeii of Piauos taken in part
payment toward Hip Celebrated
Decker Hros., J. & 0. Fischer & Con.
radi IManos for which wo are sole agents,
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co,
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $7.-5
lo $200. j worthy of attention. Music
Donnrtni'iit. Maw'ilian NewOn.
Chinese Employment Oflice
rpiIE undersigned bogs to notify tho
JL nubile that ho has opened a Chi
nese Employment Oflice, at Ho, U7 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. .Messages dcllvcri'd
to Urn Uhitiese. .Mutual Telephone 98.
257hu LEE OHU.
MAX fy, 189.
Borders & Decorations,
A. X-iivi'Ko Lot t
JiiHt Kcoelvod S
And for sale at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Clul) House Dining Room
Having secured the services of a
First "bliiHM Cook
A.ud mado ninny other changes in the
manngement we are now pre
pared to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
New Books ! New Books !
THE UNDEHSIQNED HA.VE
A large consignment of tho
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These BOOKS are offered at
Very Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will ho
furnished to those desir
Efiy" Country Orders Solicited""1
HAWAIIAN fflWS M
Ex "ICoynl A-licc."
Short Link Chain,
From if to inch;
Iron 3E5ed.teacl.s !
Single, Three Quarter & Double;
A Fine Assortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An assortment oC
Galvanized Fence Wire,
No. 4, C and 0;
Grooorio8, Crookery Ware,
Hubuiick's White Lead, Zinc, Putty,
Castor Oil in Drums,
I. X. L. CaU Lime, Portland Cement.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
A.T $1.50 J 3PA.I3R.
Undressed G-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
Dcc-l-88 Corner Hotel & Fort Streets
15 & 77 Fort St EGAN
SSTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin tho entire new and
magnillcient stock will he sold for cash at and below cost. Everytking
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho Btock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Uibbons, 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 Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, ValiseB, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Bell Xcloplionc, CO -U tS
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American, Wliiskies,
BOtTEBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IRISH "WHISKY,
In GIiies and Stone Jan;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wantod ;
GINS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Glii, Best Brand in. tlio Market;
EUROPEAN SKERRIES and PORT !
In Bull: and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quart.
Bittors, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Wnter, Kummols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfimdel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, HockH, Etc., Eto,
AU of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FOIIT WTItKET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery nnd Toilet Articles !
AgentB for T, Lorillard & Co.'s Tobaccos, it W. S. Kimball fc Co.'a
Tobaoco and Cigarettes.
Aeratotl Water Works - 73 Hotel Street.
& CO-Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Tolepliono, S X
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
4 BEALKBS IN-