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TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1889.
Schr Sarah unit ISllza from Kooliiu
Btnir Jos' Mnkcu for Kitpau at 5 p m
Stmr W G Hall for Luliuinn, Maolaeu,
Jvoua, Kau nud the Volunuo at 10
o'cloek a m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauni at C p m
KtmrLlkellko for Maul and way porta
at " u in
StinrLulum for tlatnakiia at 4 p in
Schr Walcliu for Kanat
Schr Sarah A; ICIIa for ICoolau
Haw ok Audiew Welch, for Sail Fran-
Ambktno KliMtat, for Sail Frauelsco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr ICaala for Waialua nud Walauao
at 9 a m
Stmr Iwalatil for Lahalna and Hatna-
kna at 10 a m
Schr Ko An Hon for Hawaii
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W O
Hall. May 28th For the Volcano: E J
G Jlryant, Hubert Beaumont. For way
ports: Otto Iscnbcrg, J Hair, II O
Tieadway, Dr N 1) Eineroii, .1 S Fincr
son, J A Ivcrs. Hon .1 Kiohaulson, It C
Scarlc, M Smith, Clmug Tun aud GO
The l)ark Colusa will soon have a full
cat 150 of sugar.
Tlio Ivinau will arrive caily to-morrow
Tlio steamer AV G Hall carried a full
cargo of freight to Maul and Hawaii
Messrs. G. AY. Macfarlane & Co.
Lave an announcement in to-day's
paper calling attention to a choice
collection of pictures just received
from Europe, and which will be of
fered for sale next Thursday, May
30th, and those remaining unsold on
that day will be closed out at auc
tion on the following day, wheTi
everything will bo sold without re
serve. The collection comprises
several rare and beautiful etchings
(artist proofs), water colors, grav
ures, etc., and all beautifully and
artistically framed. Local connois
seurs aud dilettanti will find much to
interest them in this exhibition. The
pictures will positively bo sold .vitu
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE rilESTOX J.
Tuesday, May 28th.
In the mailer of the guardianship
of Edwin, lokepa and Keoni Ha
mauku, the three minors of John
Hamauku, deceased. Petition of
Mrs. Paalaa, Hamauku, to have
"William O. Smith, appointed guard
ian. The Court orders that letters
of guardianship be issued to "W. O.
Smith over both the persons and
property of the three minors, under
S2000 bond, covering the estimated
amonnt of two years' receipts of
rents from the property. AV. O.
Smith for petition.
In the same matter, petition of
S. M. Damon, administiator of the
estate, and W. O. Smith, guardian
of the minors, for license to moit
gage real estate. Ordered that the
administrator and guardian, the
widow joining, be authorized to
mortgage in accordance with the
Monday, May 27.
Kapabu, Kaolinoliau, Kamaka,
Keaona, Kaleauki, Frank Koache,
Edmund (Doctor) and Ekimana
bad each to pay the usual amount
Four natives charged witli ob
structing and perverting tho courso
of justice were remanded to the
A nol. pros, was entered against
Cnpt. AVeir 011 a charge of assault
Patrick Hayes charged with maim
ing was remanded to tho 29th.
Geo. Baker was fined $2 and
costs for furious and heedless driv
ing, Tuesday, May 28th.
Win. Crews was sent on the reef
for ten clays for drunkenness.
John for having opium unlaw
fully in possession was lined 50
with 1.20 costs.
Paika was fined 30 and Lipine
f wY. S15 for adulterv.
Ilipa for escaping from the Re
formatory School was sentenced to
pay a line of S3 and one month's
ekelo charged willi asault and
battery on Liloa was found guilty
and fined 5.
"AVhat were you Jthrashiug your
boy for last night?" asked a neigh
bor of Mr. Caution. "Wild oats,"
was the old man's reply.
He They want you at tho Co
roner's inquest this afternoon. She
At the Coroner's inquest? lie
Yes. You gavo the poor man a
piece of pic, didn't you?
An Irishman was planting shade
trees when a passing lady said:
"You're digging out tho holes, aro
you, Mr. Haggerty?" "No, mum.
Ol'm diggin' out tho dirt an' lavln'
The Editor Consoles Himself
The death of the lmad. of tio jrent
distillery at C'ognuu removes a fam
ous Tnau, but his spirit is still with
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A phaeton team arc offered for
A cottaok corner of Kinnu and
ronsacola strcots is to lot.
The Kinau is duo to-morrow morn
ing from Maui and Hawaii.
The band concert nt Emma Squnrp
last evening attracted n good audi
ence. The case of Patrick Hayes, charg
ed with biting Capt. Larson's ear off,
comes up in the Police Court to-morrow.
A coxcekt is shortly to be given at
tho Kamnukapillcluircli under diicc
lion of II. 11. II. Piincoss Liliuoka
lani. On Thursday at 110011, Mr. J, F.
Moigan will 6cll 20,000 hard pressed
bricks, on tho esplanade, in rear of
T. II. Davies it Co.'.i store-houses.
The Bulletin Weekly Summary
is out to-day with a very complete
rcsumo of local and island news. Ho
euro and mail a copy to your friends
TilEdcparliiiisof the A G. Hall
this moiniug was witnessed by quite
a largo number of people. Several
fino lioiscs were shipped by her to
Hon. J. S. AValkcr leaves on the
Likelikc this evening to visit the
plantation of tho Reciprocity Sugar
Company on Maui, of which lie is
Don't forgot the sale of Volcano
pictures, shell, curios, stuffed birds,
pastels and wingless birds, at Mr.
Morgan's auction rooms, to-morrow
Miss Judd lias almost entirolv rc
coveicd from a fall that lately hap
pened hcrr and her friends will be
pleased to hear that she will be out
Dit. N. B. Emerson, President of
tho Board of Health, left on the
steamer Hall this morning for an of
ficial visit through the districts of
Kona and Kau.
Mil. Chas. N. Spencer, Inspector
General of Immigrants, leaves this
evening on a tour of inspection
through tho district of liana and
This evening at 7 :30 o'clock, at
the St. Andrew's Sunday school
room, tho Kev. H. H. Gowcn will
deliver a lecture on James Hanning
ton, tho martyred Bithop of Central
Afiica. The lcctuie is free to all.
Mn. J. J. Williams has now on ex
hibition at his photographic gallery,
Fort slice t, tho series of views ho
took on his recent trip to the Vol
cano. They include several of tho
crater and Peter Lee's place at Puna
luu. EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Queen's Own at Armory,
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O. F.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Court Lunalilo, No. CG00 A. O.
F., at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. I". MOliGAN.
At 10 a. m., at salesrooms, Vol
cano pictures, pastels, shells, curios,
coral, large cases of stuffed birds,
and 2 Mohos or wingless birds.
Also at the same time a quantity
of household furniture, comprising
parlor set, curtains, bedroom set,
tables, music box, books, etc,
MORE CHICKEN STEALING.
Someone paid a visit to the chic
ken house of Hon. AV. E. Foster,
Nuuanu street, last Saturday night
and carried off eleven nice plump
chickens. The thief or thieves left
a rooster and two chickens so as to
allow tho owner to breed more for
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following arc booked at Ihe
ofllce of AV. G. Irwin it Co. to leave
for tho States:
Per JCcalandia, Juno 1 F. Bir
cbardt, J. G. Prouty, Miss M. Cook,
AV. N. Phillips and wife, G. Boss, II.
Morrison and 8 in the stcciago.
Per S. S. Umatilla, Juno 7 J. N.
S. AVilliams, Mrs. F. 13. Eaton and
child, Miss Dressier, P. Peck, Geo.
II. Spalding, E. J. G. Bryant, Miss S.
Ar. Hopper, Mrs. II. Struubcck and
child, Dr. A. B. Carter, wife, child
and servant, II. AAr. Schmidt and
wife, Mrs. Kennedy and child, MUb
M. Mclntyre, AV, L. Decoto and wifo,
Mins A. Peterson, J. A. Hopper an,d
daughter, Rev, W. H. Barnes, wifo
and child, It. AAr. McChesuey, Frank
P. Hastings and wife, T. AV. Hobron,
Capt, Hobron ami wife, Miss Emma
(J. Smith, J T. AVaterlioiiboand wifo,
lion. (ico. II, Dole, wifo and 10 cliil
dren, Hon. P. N, Mukeo, MisseB
Merseboig (2), Hon. II. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. Tweedio, C. Livingstone wifo
and family, Mrs. D. Noouan, J. AV.
Luning and wifo, Mrs, P. Neumann
The smile is tho same in all lan
guages. Ditto Ihe grunt.
A full-blooded Maori patriarch,
named Ngauah, of Tc-Autepah, was
asked his opinion on missionaries.
IIo thus expressed himself; "Mis-,
sionary very good man, yes, very
good man for himself. Ho hold
one hand up to tho sky, yo lopl?
up Mien lie collar your" land, your
crop, your liorse, cow, and pig wilh
tho other. Oh, missionary very
I good man."
DA1UY BUlOuMLUft ) UQN.OJLUliU. IL, Iu
AT THE CORNER.
Trott Hello, Fogg, you in
Fogg Yes, I manage to come up
from tho ranch once in two weeks to
get tho news. AVhat you've got?
Trott Very little of anything.
Sugar's way up.
Fogg I. heard ai tho sweet 9tuff
had risen. That'll make Cornpop
and the rest of them feel mighty
good. AA'hat's this I hear about our
Trott Oh, well, they havo beeu
out camping for a couple of day9 In
Fogg Somebody toll'd mc as
they uiised Cain down at Paul's
Trott Oh, no; the ranch is used
for raising cattle.
Fogg You're a fool ; don't you
know what I mean? Didn't the
boys have a good time?
Trott Yes, indeed they did, and
behaved themselves very well, not
withstanding uliat a lot of Honolulu
gossip mongers had to say. It is
about time some of them were shut
Fogg Come and live with mo 111
tho country, Trott, and be darned
to the gossips.
Trott I would like to. Honolulu
1 believe has the biggest lot of gos
sip mongers of any city 1 know.
And it is hard to say which are tho
worst, the men or the women.
F02K Never mind, Trott, let us
know how baseball is getting along.
I'm dyinu to see a good game.
Trott You ought to have seen
the Kamohamehas beat the Hono
lulus two weeks ago.
Fogg I read the score in tho
Bulletin. Those Kamehamcha
boys must be good 'uns.
Trott Yes, they play a capital
game. JLhe uonoiuius on uns oc
casion got the conceit knocked out
of them. Says Cap. Ilarry after
the game, "See lieic, boys, there's
no Hies on those kanakas from Pa
lama, you've got to brace up or
Fojg There was another game
on Ssiturda', wasn't there?
Trott Yes, between the Stars
and Karaehamehas, and a fine one
it was, too. It will take a mighty
good team to beat the Stars. I
think they will come out well ahead
at the end of the season.
Fogg There ain't much business
doing in town.
Tiott Arery little and likely to
be less. Lots of people going away
all the time.
Fogg By the way, I sec Luning
is clearing out.
Trott--Yes, he's made his little pile
and is going to seek fresh pastures.
How he will fare I cannot say.
Fogg How's the four bosses?
Trott Oh, they still hold tho
fort and will do so as long as that
big salary is attached. They have
all got level heads in that respect.
Fogg I suppose you and I'd do
tho same, eh, Trott?
Trott Not the least doubt.
Fogg Havn't they got new hands
on the morning rag.
Trott What do you mean by
Fogg That's the name we give
newspaper down our way.
Trott Oh, you mean the
Fogg I mean that paper the
Government doc. is trying to run to
suit a few of his friends. Appears
lo me that he and the other old
fogies ain't up to much. They're
loo fresh in all but news.
Trott I don't take the paper or
ever read it, so cannot give you any
Fog j By jove, it's five o'clock.
I must hesaddlingup. Good-bye, old
man. Shall be up again soon.
The man who figures in an explo
sion begins at the bottom and works
All this talk about a national
flower for this country is superflu
ous. Of courso the only tlower
suitable to be the emblem of tho
United States is the daisy.
ART EXHIBITION !
AVc beg to annoimro iho ariival of a
small invoice of
0!ioice JPietiireH !
From Em ope, comprising:
oniiliin ArtlHt I'roim,
llit'liliiBN, WatiT Coiorn.
jSruviii't)H, Jiliio KncrnvlngH, Ktc,
By well known nrtlbts, including:
111 I Ol'loi'rt, JllfUVttM,
And nil Appropriately nnd Artistically
Fruuit'd. Tho Pictures will be on
exhibition and sale nt our
bJlosroom (up stairs),
On Thursday Morning, May 30,
And those remaining unsold on that day
will bo closed out on thu following
day by auction, without reserve.
ESfTho sale commencing at 10 o'clock
A. m. bhurp on Friday
G . W. BIAOFARLANE & Co.
second hand Billiard
J, P. BO WEN.
READ HUS J
J E tnko Photos for $5 per dozen,
anil oi u tilling tlno lshiuil views
foi $3 fll) per d ?e i, with tho very beet
finish. J. A, GONSALVEfc,
2C0 lm 159 Fort etroet.
rnHE El Ho lco Croam
X. Parlors & Candy Fnc
toiy specialties: Flnolco
Orcnms, Sherbets and AVa.
tor Iccp, Charlotte lttifso
Cakes mndo to order in
anys'yle; Lady Fingers and Mnccatoons
and other Fancy Oakca fresh ovcrj day.
Cream Cakes, I'tcs aril Taney Pastry,
Choico Candles, Plain, Fancy and Homo.
111 Ado of great variety. AVliolcsalo and
Hetail. Special Inducements to the trade.
Parlies, balls and weddings supplied.
85 Hotel Mreet. Telephones Bell IS'J,
Mutual 338. 2G0 lw
M THOMPSON, Attorney Coun.
JLlJL selor at Law , corner Fort and
Merchant streets, Honolulu, gives writ,
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to tho facts of tho cases
stated 10 him, and also opinion as to the
probable losult of legal proceedings.
...;.. I .
ALL makes of Pianos taken in part
payment toward tho Celebrated
Decker Bros., J. & C. Fischer & Con.
rsdi Piano for which wcnrosolongcntp.
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from ?7S
to $200; worthy of attention. Music
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
ANY make of Piano for which wo
arc agents will sell on monthly
Instalments of $10 up, or at New York
prices for cash. Music Department, 11a.
wailan News Co.
JUST received tho Peerless Fisclier
Piano, KUirantced for (5 yeais, call
and sec it. Music Department. Hawaiian
ALL kinds of Musical Instruments,
Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music
and Music Hooks on salo nt the Music
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
UTR. H. AV". SCHMIDT has retired as
L.TJL a partner from our firm
Honolulu, May 13, lhH9.
A XY Quarterly
Bills to March 31,
ri. 188!), due by
the Hawaiian Car-
ilaste Manufacturing Co. will be paid
E. G. SCIIUMAX,
257 lw Manager, II. C. M. Co.
OETWE13N Kobello lane and
jKgr -L Fort sticet school, a pair
"" of Spectacles. The finder will
leaving tho article at
Desirable Cottasje To Iet
COTTAGE, corner King and
South streets, lebs than
i 10 minutes walk fiom Post
Office. Lofty looms, all conveniences.
J. E. BUOWX & CO.,
255 If L'S Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
3la TJAXOELLENT Stables con.
tfiSK taining 13 Stalls, Cottage
44 uuii i uuiua x usiuru i.uuu, un
booth street, near King, formerly occu
pied by Mr. White, pioprietor of the
PnUma Bus. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
AValalua, Oahu, (I. I., com.
ri-ing u largo house wilh 10 rooms,
itchen, pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taio and other
vegetables, nnd a rich pasture of (i
ncris within half a mile. Pure water is
brought lo the house and grounds from
never failing springs, the supply of
which can bo indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to tho
steam boat landing, less than half a
mile dibtunt, whuie steamers from tho
city touch three times u week. Tho pic.
turcsquo scenery, line climate nud un.
rivalled water privilege innka this a
most desirable place for a country re
treat nnd S'luitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apuly to
J. A. MAGOOX,
237 tf Honolulu.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE TO
aMIE undersigned, nssignco in bank.
. ruptcy of the cstateof A. F. Cooko
of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby gives notice
to all tho creditors who lmvo proved
their claims against tho said bankrupt
estate, tlwt ho has "iibmittcd to Mr.
Jiutlcu Preston his final account with
taid citato, and has llluu the account In
tlio ollLo ot tho Ulerk of tho Supreme
Court, preparatory to the payment to
creditors of a llrttnnd final dividend,
And that on SATURDAY, Juno 1st.
18:!), nt 10 o'clock a. St., ho will apply
to tald Justice for a sctlloment of hia
accounts as such assignee, and for a
disclnirgo from all liability.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Assignee of thu Bankrupt Estate of
A. F. Cooke.
Honolulu, May S3, 1889. 257 lw
QCJPItEXHE COUKT F THE
O llawaiiuu Isl.'iiujh. in tlio matter
of O. D. Frceth, a Bankrupt. Order on
petition of Bankrupt for disokurgo from
Upon reading and minor tho petition
of a, I). Freeth. of Honolulu, on the
Island ot Oahu, alleging that more than
six invuths havo chipeed sinca ho was
adjudicated a Bankrupt uml praying for
a (ilKthiirgc from all his debts.
It is orderod that THURSDAY, tho
fith day of June, 1889, at 10 a. m., of that
dsy at tho Court llooui, in Alliolanl
Hn'o, ha and is hereby appolutcd tho
time ami placo for hearing of said pcti.
tion when uud where nil creditors who
havo proved tltelt claims against said
Bankrupt mny appear and show cause
If any 'ticy have why the prayer of said
iiaiiKrupi suniiKi not no grantiit
Ami It Is further ordcicd that notice
be given by advertisement n thu Daily
lii'i,i.K'i'iN for tyo weeks in Honolulu,
of tho tlum and nlnco of sueli hearing,
aud tlm the Oleik of tho Supremo Court
hmll notices of thu time and place of
Mich hearing to all creditors vtholmi'
piovod their debts.
Jii'tluu Supi'snie ( ourl.
Attrs': J. It. Hkiht. Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu. May 21, 1889,
MA,Y 23, 18,9.
Balm Costumes !
255 Fort Street llw
A flue assortment of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS !
Also, a fresh lot of
Lnrge and Small.
For Sale In Bond or Duty Paid.
fV3. S. Crinbaum & Co.,
251 Queen Street. lm
New Books ! New Books !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of the
ENGLISH, FREES Al
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These BOOKS are offered at
Very Low Prices !
And Dcscritivo Catalogues will bo
furnished to those desir.
BST Country Orders Solicited'tBa
JEac "Koyul Alice."
Short Link Chain,
From M to inch;
Ii'on 3E5elwt:eci8 !
Single, Threo Quarter & Double;
A Fine Assortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An assortment of
Galvanized Fence Wire,
No. 4, 5 and 0;
Groceries, Crookory Waro,
Hubbuck's White Lead, Zinc, Putty,
Castor Oil in Drums,
I. X. L. CiI, Licje, Portland Cement.
J. T. WATERHQU8E.
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
jAJJ? $1.50 .A. 3P-AJGE,.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
j&JJO 1.50 -A- IA.IJa.
75 & 77 Fort Sfc EGAN
SSfOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnificient slock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will 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, Hoots, 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, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll 1elcihoue, CO -a fiffl- Mutual Tolcphono, 3V 1
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Rear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sulo a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and M0NONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IiaiSJHL WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fino & Very Cheap Qualities, hb are wanted ;
CBNS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Grin, Best Brand in tho Miwlcot;
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, Iiiquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kninmels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AS FOLLOWS :
Zinfmidel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Iloeks, Etc., Eto,
g0T All of which will bo cold AT LOWEST HATES by
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOltT HTJIKKT. UOXffalJIjU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for 1'. Lorillurd it Co.'s Tobaccos, Jc "W. 8. Kimball & Co
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
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