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BA1LY BUliLETIN : HONOLULU, H., IM MA.Y 2& 1BS.9.
SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1880.
Stnir Mokolll from Jlolokm
Stnir Ltkcliko from Maul
Stnir Iwalnnl from Ilnmnkua
Btmr Jas Mnkco from Kuuiit
Sclir Ke Au lion from Ewn
Qer bark I)r Mczger for Port Townscnd
Sclir Mol Wnhluc from Ilnmnkua
Schr Kulamaim from llnlawa
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr Ka Jlot for Koholnlele
Stmr Mokolll for Molokul
Stnir Likcliko for Maul at B p m
Stmr J A Cuinmlns for Knolnu
Stmr Kaala for Walaluaaud Wiuunuc at
0 a m
For "Kllnuca and Hanalcl, per stmr
Walalcalo, May 2411 A Macllc jr, Hon
A Yotiner. It F Uladc.
For Kooluu and AVulnlun, per stmr U
11 Bishop, May 21 F Hlgslns; II Bar
ber, Mr Shaw and wife, and Miss Shaw.
From Hawaii per Iwalnnl, May 25
13 deck passengers.
Per J as Makco from Kauai, Mav 25
Mrs Smyth aud child, J X S Williams,
and 5 deck.
From Maul per Llkcllkc, May 25--Mnjor
W II Cornwcll. J W Knlua, X
Uulbert, D II Hitchcock, Vra Ylcleiile
aud child, Kim Yung, Y Alan.
Per stmr Mokolii,May 25 Miss Bcck
lcy, aud 15 deck.
Tho Iiikclikc brought May 25th 8000
bags sugar, 50 hogs, 170 hides, DO pkgs
Tho Jas Makec brought 2785 bags su
gar from Kauai.
The Iwalant which arrived this morn
ing brought -lOU'J bags sugar and 20
The Ger bark I)r Mezgor sailed to
day for the Souud.
The Kanla brought last evening from
Waiauae iniU Waialua 1820 bgs sugar
and 18 budls hay.
The Mlkabala and Lclitia will bo due
The steamer Mokolli brought U30 bgs
sugar, 142 sheep, 1 horse.
RYAN At Honolulu, May 24th, 1889,
William (J. Kyiin, aged 3G years,
sou of the late W. P. Kyan, leaving
a wife, mother and two brothers.
HaT" Funeral from the residence, cor
ner Queen and Punchbowl streets, Sun
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
DINNER AND CONCERT.
In honor of tho birthday anni
versary of Queen Victoria, Major J.
H. Wodehouse, H. B. M.'sCoinmis-.
sioner, gave a dinner last evening
nt his residence, Emma street, at
which sat down, in addition to the
host: His Ex. Geoige "W. Mer
rill, U. S. Minister Resident; Mons.
G. C. B. d'Anglade, French Com
missioner; Senhor A. tie Souza
Canavarro, Portuguese Commission
er ; Mr. Taro Ando, Japanese Com
missioner; Capt. A. C. Claike, II.
B. M. S. Espiegle ; Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, Capt. II. "SV. Mist, R.
N. ; Col. C. P. Iaukea, aud Mr. J.
H. Wodehouse, Jr.
The Royal Hawaiian band ave a
concert at Emma Square, commenc
ing at 7:30 o'clock. There was a
very large attendance and the music
specially selected for the occasion
was much enjoyed.
THE LATE PAYMASTER ARMS.
One of the Samoan victims, Pay
master Frank II. Arms, while sail
ing toward Samoa, wrote to a New
London, Conn., friend, telling of
the trip into the Southern Hemis
We lost sight of tho North Star, and
the Southern Cross became visible. This
fact seemed to nic to embody a poetic
idea, and I wrote the lines which sug
gested themselves to mo :
But as the Pole Star fades upon our
Now Hashing out llko jewels in the sky
The Southern Cioss in golden majesty
Irradiates tho watery waste anew.
And so, when sets for us In sorrow's
Some pole star of our lovo aud trust aud
'Tis then, as we in doubt and darkness
The cross shines out with Us dlvlncst
MAUI'S POET LAUREATE.
Eat at his desk' one blight, sunny
And graspluK his pen weut Eciluuliiur,
'Twa's poetry flowed from the pen of
'The strain on his nerves was racking,
Tho rhyme and tho rhythm which might
From a laureate's pen less badly he
smeared Uy the crooks and the cr.mks in tho
measure aud feet
Which dlellguro tho style ami make it
Twas a comical sight as he sat in his
"With his face all In smiles and with dis
As he wrote down the thoughts In his
too fertile mind,
Then read it all over lo see how It
At lust it vus Uulslied, the poet was,
Ho arose from his desk with a hulla
baloo That startled ills wife from her sewing
In haste from tho kitchen themich
frightened cook. T
The fuinlly assembled, and thu laureate
With a satlslled air, tho production he
"Was a gift of the muses us complete as
Then folding the paper, ho put it n ay.
Jlmil, ILlMMnyM, 188V.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Some of tho crow from II. 13. M. S.
Espicglo woie ashore to-day.
ovoning at 7.30
The band gives a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon at -I.nO
The "Owl" is out npain with very
varied contents of wit, humor and
Do not forget the entertainment at
the Y. M. C. A. hall this evening by
the ladies of tho Y. W. C. T. U.
Tun baseball match botvyeen tho
Knmehamehas and Stars this aftoi
noon commences nt 3.30 o'clock.
Tun polico were notified on Thins
dnv lliat Cant. Mist's chicken house
robbed six limes in two
The oflicial programme of the
Maui Racing Association for tho
1 tit of July will bo found on the
The yacht Ilelcne got aground
yesterday between llalawn and
Ford's island. Slio was lowed ofT by
tho steamer Ewa.
TiiEitr, will lie two and pei Imps three
races at Knpiolani Park this afternoon
commencing at 3:'M o'clock. A bus
will leavo tho Pantheon Stables for
the Park at II o'clock.
The members of Geo. V. DoLong
Post are ordered to meet nt Head
quarters on Sunday evening, at 7
o'clock, to attend tho memoiial ser
vico nt Contial Union Church.
Turing 1ms been an unusually large
demand for copies of the Bulletin
of the pnst few days. The Summary
will be out on Tuesday, and oiders
for copies should bo left at once.
Tun yacht ifelcno returned from
Pearl river harbor between four and
five o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Though experiencing light winds, the
party on boaid report having had a
While the steamer Mofcolii was
lying at the old Custom House wharf
last Saturday night, someone broke
open the Captain's cabin door and
made away with a pair of shoes. A
rifle and tome clothing were left un
touched. The Rev. W. D. Westcrvelt will
preach at the Central Union Church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. In
the evening at 7 :Ii0 there will be a
memorial service at which the Geo.
W. Do Long Post, G. A. It., will at
tend. A vouno boy who had been anest
ed a week or more ago for larceny of
two rings en his own confession was
brought up this morning in the
Polico Court. Judge Foster suspend
ed judgment, gave tho youth a
kcture and ordered him to bo sent to
his father at Kona, Hawaii.
Mr. William Ryan, the boat
builder, died at his residence corner
of Queen and Punchbowl streets last
evening after a long illness. He was
3(5 years of ago and leaves a wife,
mother and two brothers. The fun
eral takes placo Sunday afternoon at
!i o'clock from his late residence.
Those persons who are desirous of
contributing llowcrs to Geo. W. Do
Long Post for Decoration day, aro
requested to communicate with tho
committee, Messrs. C. 11. Eldridge
and It. J. Greene, on or before Tues
day next at noon, and state what
quantity will bo furnished and where
they can bo called for on Thursday
morning the 30th, between 7 and 9
The "Advertiser" sharp may be
reminded that the record of dead
cats about tho streets is in the line
of sanitary and not of mortuary re
potting. It is gratifying to learn
from that souice, however, that tho
mortality among donkeys us com
pared with that of cats is trifling.
Otherwise, it might bo very diflicult
for members of tho "Advertiser"
staff to piocure life polioies.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Entertainment by Y. W. C. T. U.
at the Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:30.
Hand concert at Emma Square,
The Hawaiian Hand will give n
public concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at
1 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: Mm eh Festival Daco
Ovei tuns Berlin Life Conradl
Cavatinit Obelto ....Verdi
Waltz Aitlst Life Str.uiss
Selection -Xiibiicco Verdi
Polka Military Waldteufol
A native nuniert Kuleiaa took
passage in the steamer Mokolii on
her last trip frpm Honolulu to Mo
lokai. While the vessel was at
Lanai, Kaleiaa, who had been sick
all the previous night, was scon to
be leaning orer the rail coughing
up blood. Two of the crew got
hold of him and laid him on the
I deck but he died a fu.iv minutes
1 lSWi hl "I'ltn Knili.
unui. xiiu uuuy
friends on Molokai,
tr taken to
Saturday, May 25.
Geo. Baker charged witi furious
and heedless driving wasjjouuiuded
to tho 27th. ,
Mary lino and Ivuuanui for
drunkenness hod eacli lo pay SO,
Two cases were continued.
Iu tlic Supreme tiotirlo" the IlnwnU
In the matter of the estate of
Georgo Biekncll, deceased testate.
To tho IIonoradi.i: Sastoud B.
Dole, Justice of tho Supreme
Sin: I submit to Your Honor
the following report touching the
accounts filed by tho executors
The accounts ns submitted are a
transcript from tho books of the firm
of Greig & Bielcnell covering tho
period from September 2, 18SM, to
March 31, 1889.
The deceased who was a partner
in said linn died in Honolulu on
June 9, 1881.
The fact that since George Bick
ncll's death the business of the firm
of Greig & Biekncll has been con
tinued as though such death had
not occurred, is a reason why tho
oxcculors have not confined them
selves to an exclusive account relat
inc to the estate of their testate.
This reason is likewise coupled with
the fact that the business of said
firm is mainly transacted on Fan
nine's ami Washington Islands lying
in tho Pacific pecan. Moreover the
following clause in the will may
have some bearing on the matter:
"And 1 enjoin and direct the per
sons for the limo being entitled to
the Baid property (meaning the pro
perty on said Fanning's and Wash
ington Islands) not to sell or dis
pose of the same in any manner winch
many cause tho same togooutof the
possession of the Biekncll family
and to carry out in all respects the
agreement of copartnership existing
between myself and William Greig."
The following schedules of ac
count were submitted by the execu
tors and are on file :
1st A trial balance of the books
of Greig & Biekncll as of the 31st
2d Receipts and expenditures of
the firm durinir the period covered
by tho accounts, to wit: total
amount received, $-15, 778. -11 : total
amount paid, S'I9,125.7G: excess
of the linn's expenditures, 83,047.
35. 3d Account of William Greig's
indebtedness to the firm, showing a
debit balance of $2, 019.32 on March
lth Account of the estate's in
debtedness to the firm, showing a
debit balance of 80,730.29 on March
31, 1889. (This, however, includes
the executors' charge of 81,299.90
for their statutory commissions.)
olh Sundry other statements in
verification of the foregoing sched
ules. I find that the commissions charg
ed by the executors are upon the
sum of $22,889.20, being a half of
the firm's aggregate receipts. But
I have found an overcharge of S20
in the charge for commissions, for
the reason that lh percent, instead
of seven percent was charged on
For the purpose of comparison I
find that in June, 1884, Greig's debit
to the firm was 0,702.13. On
March 31, 18S9, his debit stands at
In June, 1884, the date of dece
dent's death, his debit to the firm
w as 8 1,074.33. On March 31 , 1889,
the debit stands at 85,430.33.
While in the case of Greig there
has been an increase of the debit
against the estate. The reason of
this will be apparent from the fact
that the executor's expenditures in
clude the following items :
Expouses at tho Queen's Hos
pital 300 00
Mrdlcil and l'uiiuial xpenses. 232 8'i
Legacy to Goo. Biekncll Gielg 4,t!00 00
Payments to James bick'cll.. 1. 000 00
Ottier miscellaneous payments 130 05
A basis having been obtained out
of the partnership account the exe
cutors in future will have no diffi
culty in submitting to the Court
their exclusive accounts relating to
the estate alone.
Debit balance to carry forward to
their next account would he:
Deb't balance owing by tho
Ks'ate to the tlnn of Greig
& Hickncll $5,430 :t:i
Debit bahmeo owing by the
Estate to the lixeeutor'a
for eouunlsfcloiis 1,270 Oil
I have verified tho executors' items
of expenditure with the vouchers.
Also the linn's items of expenditure
with the l'lO vouchers produced.
They nil appear to bo correct.
The master's recommendation is,
that the account ns at present ex
hibited, be approved by the Court,1
May 22, 1889. Muster.
The executors of the will of Geo.
Biekncll nro Hon. J. S. Walker and
James Biekncll, of Honolulu.
THE EQUITABLE SOCIETY.
"Wo are in receipt of tho Kquitablc
Record for March 00, 188U, in which
it is seen that the F.miitnble Life
Assurance Society as usual leads all
other Life Companies iu all essential
details. The figures there given are
strictly accurate and can be compare
cd with the sworn Btateinenls of nil
the leading companies us given to
the .Supoiiutendent of thu New York
State Life Insurance Department.
The Eiiiiilablo has. a uuw advertise
ment in to-day's issttu.
rpHE BEST-PTPEifto subrerlhn
JL lor U the "Dally Bulletin," CO
oents per mouth,
TVI THOMPSON, Attorney Conn.
JLfJL 8elor at Law', eoruor Fort and
Merchant sti cots, Honolulu, ulvcs writ
ten statements of law and jmllelnl deci
sions applicable to tho facts of tbo car
stated to lilni, and also opinion as Jo tho
probable result of legal proceedings.
6. A. R, Notice.
IIUAiiQi'AUTintH, Gr.o. W
Post, Xo. 45, Dci'T.
F01INIA, G. A. It.
Honolulu, May 25, 18S0.
rip 11 B members of the above
X Post nro ordered lo a.
scmblonl Ilcudqimrtets, King
s-lrt-oi, nt 7 "'clock lmrp n
t-UNOAY EVENING, Sfltli
Inst, for the purpose of at
tindlng Memorial Services at
Central Union Church.
By oidur of
ALL mnlscs of Pinnoi taken in part
payment toward tho Celebrated
Dccknr Uros., .1. & C. Fischer & Con.
null I'laiin for which wonrosolongent'.
Muslo Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $75
to $200; worthy of attention. Music
Dcpartiniut, llawui'lim NewaOo.
ANY make of Pinno for which we
nro agents will sell on monthly
instalmenls'of $10 up, or at New York
prices for cash. Music Dcpailmcnt, Ha
waiian News Co.
JUST received the Peerless Fischer
Pinno, RU'irnnlcid fr 5 years, call
and sec it. Music DepartmentHawaiian
ALL kinds of Musical Instruments,
Musical Merchandise, Silent Music
and Music HooIch on sale at. the Muslo
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
FIRST CLASS Uounnrnma, com
nlcte. with 10 larco lenses. 2 ste
reoscopes anil about 120 lurge mid 100
-mnllcr pictures All in first-class'oider.
The nletuies include souio beautiful
Illuminated photos 18 in. by It in. aud
12 in. by 12 in. Apply at this otllce.
STORK TO LET
at Ticscnt occu.
E O Howe,
King strc t, at
reasonable rcnt'il. Possession given June
1st, 1689. Apply to
158 tf .1. G. KOTinVELL.
Desirable Cottage To Let
b, rOT PAGE, corner King and
iJ,-,Sa J South streets, less than
fewS&SS 10 minutes walk from Post
Olllcc. Lofty rooms, all conveniences.
J. E. BUOWN & CO.,
255 tf 23 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
EXCELLENT Stiblcs con.
Mining i:t Stalls, Cottage
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
south street, near King, foimerly occu.
pied by Mr. White, pioprictor of tho
Pulamu Bu. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. HKOWN & CO.,
235 tf 2S Merchant street.
beautifully situated in
uniiu, n. x., com.
prii-ing a large limibo with 10 rooms,
kitchen, pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land i ow partly in taro and other
vegetables, and n nch pasturo of 0j
acres within half a mile. Puro water is
brought to the house and giounds from
never failing springs, the supply of
which can be inilelinitcly increased in
quantity. Thfre is a good carriage roiul
to Honolulu, 23 milesilisiant, also to the
strain ho.it landing, Tebti than half a
mile distant, wheie steamers from tho
city touch three times a week. The pic.
turesqiio tcencry, tine climate and un.
rivalled water pfivllo'c make this a
moat drsirnblc place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
Kor fuilher infotmutiou nrmly to
J. A MAGOON",
257 tf Honolulu.
''iMIE undersigned, assignee In bank.
JL runtcy ol the estateof A. I' Cooke
of Honolulu, O dm, hereby gives notice
to all the crcditois who have proved
their claims against the said bankrupt
estate, llr-it he has Mibmittcd to Mr.
Justice Pieston his filial account with
taid estate, and has Iliad the account in
the olll o of tho Clerk uf the Supreme
Couir, preparatory to the payment lo
en (liters of a tlr-t and Until dividend.
And that on SATURDAY, Juno 1st,
18;!), at 10 o'clock . M., ho will apply
to Mild Justice for a selllomxnt of his
accounts an such assignee, and for a
discharge from all liability.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Abstgnco of the D.inkiupt Kstatu of
A. F. Cooke.
Honolulu, May S3, 18S9. 2.17 lv
O Ul'KSOMK CttiJBtT OF TJ1K
k? llauuiiau Ulamlb. In tho mailer
of (1. D. Frecih, a It inkrunt. Order on
po'liiou of lianktupt for dlEchurgo from
Upon reading and fUine the petition
of 0. 1). Frceth. of Honolulu, on tho
Island of Oahu, alleging that more tliiiu
six months luvu elupu-d elnco he was
adjudicated a Bankrupt mid praying for
u (lUtharec from all his debts.
It is ordeied that THURSDAY, tlio
Otli day of June, 18S9, at 10 a. m., of that
thy at the Court Boom, in Aliiohml
Ha'o, be and is hereby appointed the
lime bikI iilnco for hearlni: of said nctl-
I tlon when nud where all creditors who
have proved iheit claims against said
miikrupi may appear and bhow cause
if any thoy have why the prajer of said
uaiiKrupi iiinim u ua gruiuui.
And It Is further ordered that notice
bo given by adveitisemeul in tho Daily
llt'i.i.i'UN for two weeks In Honolulu,
of the time and place, of such hearing,
and that the Clerk of the Supn mo Court
mall notices of the Hum and place of
Mich hearing to all creditors who have
proved tlu-lr debts
Justlcu fauprsine t'ouit.
Altffii: J. II. ltt.ibT. Deputy Clerk.'
Dated Honolulu. May 21, 168U.
Balii Costumes !
255 Fort Street Uw
Borders & Decorations,
A. J,nrn:o Lot !
X.atcst ethics I
3 uwt Kccclvod I
And for sale at reduced prices.
New Books ! New Books !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of the
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND
All the Standard Works
POETKY and PROSE.
These BOOKS are offered at
ow Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will bo
furnished to those desir
JJST Country Orders Solicited"!!
J3x "Koyal Vlice.'!
Short Link Chain,
From ,y to inch;
Ii'on Bedsteads !
Single, Three Quarter & Double;
A Fine Assortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An assortment of
Galvanized Fence Wire,
No. A, D and 0;
Groceries, Crockery Ware,
lMuiick's White Lead, Zinc, Patty,
Castor Oil In Drums,
1. X. L. Cal. Lime, Portlaud Cement,
J. T. WATE-RHOUSE.
I inEvlH mm
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.rJ? $1.50 -A. FbJCS,.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
.AJI? $1.50 Jk. PAIR.
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
JB-On account of the death of Mr. Simon Cohn tbo entire now nad
mngniflcient slock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business wiH he 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, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember tiiat 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.
ISoll Telephone, SO -a EST
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTJEBON, BYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and MEfclSJEi WHISKY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
GBNS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Grin, I3et J3ranl in. tHo Mttrlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and CaEe, All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale ft Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints nnd Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquers Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Ilooks, Etc., Eta,
gjg- All of which will be sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOIST 8T11EET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agents for 1', Lorillard &. Co.'s Tobaccos, &. W. S. Kimball &. Go.'
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - 73 Hotel Stroet,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Telephone, 87 1
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES by
& dealers in-
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