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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1889.
Rtnir Mokolll from Molnkni
Stmr Likc'lke from Mntit
Htnir .Ins Mukce from Kniial
Solir Mlllo Morris from Koolnu
Itk Ceylon from San I'rancUco
31 31 S Zcalamlla from the Colonics
Stmr Viva from Alitul
31 M S Zonlaiulla for San Kranctaco at 0
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr Luvlntn for Kauai
Schr KnnUcnonll for Koliala
Schr I.nka for Koliala
Soln Mury for Ilnnnlcl
Stmr "okolll for Jlolokal
Stmr Viva for Moloknl
For Maul ami Hawaii, pur stmr Kl
nau, May ai II 11 II Princess l.lHiiokn
lanl, lion J O Doinlnls, Mr Kauchaku
and wife, Miss Ea ICatiuhakti. Chas
Slaguirc, John Paiker, Puhncr Woods,
II O Austin. 1'iof V I) Alexander, wife
and 2 daughters, Miss Woilelioiiso, Ii
von Tempskv. Hon 0 Not ley. G Hlok
nell, K N Prlndlvlllc, F Spencer, M
Kenhokalold and wife, J S Smithies and
a number on deck.
From San FraucKeo, per S S Uma
tilla, May 31 Mrs O II Brown and
daughter, .1 Hind and wife, Joseph Mar
tin and wife, Geo Hind, James lllnd,
John Parker, Master Hen llolladay.
Palmer Woods, Chas McGuire, F P
Fnaley, John Sherman, and wife Mrs J
Spalding and daughter, Laura F Dick
son, M Phillips, Sr, Mrs E Lowell, Mrs
F M. Untch and maid, W G Cooke, W A
Johnstone, C W Dickey. J M Plekrell,
Mrs S J Devlin, G II Fostei, Miss A
Pilsbey, Miss K Lowell and 13 steerage.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii,
Juno 1 Hon F 11 Hays-eldcn, Kobt
From Maui, per stmr Ukclikc, Tunc
1 Hon .1 S Walker, Uhas N S)cucer, P
M. llooucv and wife, Dr It 1$ William':,
T P Lauthcr and wife. Chas Coe, Mr
Uaskerville, C Vivians, W 11 Cnminings,
J 13 Lyons, K M llanuiia, Hugh Moirl
sou, wife and child, Mrs G iieihert, Mi
Noonau, Geo Kos, N lltilbcrt, Miss A
Keanui, Miss Helen Wilder, O Wilder,
Otis Iscnbcrg, Itev M Kaile.
The Kuala brought 1,108 b.igs sugar
and .100 bunches bananas from Vaianac
and Waialua yesterday.
The Llkellke bronaht June 1st, 1,000
bags of sugar, 100 pkgs hides, 50 sacUs
corn and 25 pkgs sundries.
The Oceanic Meainship Company's
steamer Australia is still lying at Fol-som-siret
wharf, San b ranclseo, un
dergoing lcpairs. 'Hie two Immense
boilers made by the Kisdon Iron U oi ks
have been put "in placu, and ad the work
remaining on them now Is to get in the
baoK connections. The job of getting
tho boilers into place was considered iliu
most difficult task in conned ion with
the renovation of the vessel. Each
weighs seventy-five tons and took four
days in the transportation from the Hls
don Iron Works to the Folsom-street
whaif. It was pred.cted that Smith,
the rigger, would make a failure of
lowering the boilers into place, but the
feat has been accomplished without the
breaking of a rope. George Ross is
putting in a new main deck and houses,
and the woik is being rapidly pushed,
but it is estimated that It will yet take
six or seveu woeks before tho Australia
is ready for sea.
ARItlVALS AT SAN niANOISCO.
May Cth, schr Fred E Sanders,
days from Hilo.
i)ay 8th, bk S C Allen, 1C4 days from
Honolulu: bktue S G Wilder, 19 days
from Honolulu ; bktue Planter, 174 days
from Honolulu; bktne W II Dimoud,
104 days from Honolulu.
May 10th, bk Jas A King, 20 days
May 12th, S S Mariposa, (J J days from
May lfith, bktne Discovery, 15 days
from Honolulu, bktne Kobt Sudden, IS
days from Kahului: bk Annie Johnson,
18 days from Honolulu; schr Dora
Bluhm, 224 days from Mnhukoua.
May ICth, bk Newsboy. 18 days from
Honolulu; brig Cousuclo, 114 days from
Kahului; brig Lurllne, 12 days from
Hilo; schr J C Ford, 1-14 days from
May 18th, S S Umatilla, 8 days from
May 21st, S S Bclgio, 7 days from
Honolulu. Brig ,J D Spreokels, 104
days from Kahului.
Hongkong May 21st, bk Fooling Suey
DEl'AUTUMES FIIOM SAN KltANC'ISCO.
May 9th, schr Anna for Kahului.
May 17ili, bk Forest Queen, for Hono
lulu. May 10th, bk C D Bryant for Hono
lulu; bktne W II Dimoud for Hono
lulu. May 21th, schr Fred E Sanders for
Spoken May 19th, lnt 50 S, Ion 03 W,
bk-Kojal Alice from Liverpool foi Ho
nolulu. Liverpool April 22nd, bk llanca for
Honolulu; May 10th, ship Enkdale for
ork Bk Mind for Honolulu.
LESHEB In Auburn, Placer county,
CalMay8th, William F. Li-sher,
only and beloved son of Mrs. G.
Bayileld. nnd brother of Mis. C. W.
Macfurlaue of Honolulu and F.
Geitiiido Lesher, nod a natlvo of
Stockton, Cal,, (student of Tolaud
Dental College), aged 21 years !i
mouths and 1 day.
THE YACHT SPRAY,
The S.'F. Call of May 19th says:
The barkeutine W. II. Dimoud will
sail this morning for Honolulu. Yes
terday there urns hoisted on her
deck tho sloop yacht Sprnj', form
erly the flag-ship and nrie pf the.
Corinthian Yacht Club) SJiV won
the cjub's prize in 188G, 887 ajul
18'88, but rocently slio joined tho
fiai) )7ranoepo Yacht piub. L;. Hj
Chapman has sold her to afessrs.
BnrouH, Vaty and others of IfoiiOf
lulu. The Chrouldo says tho Spray
enjoys the reputation of being the
fastest yacht of her size on the bay.
The Dimoud is now thirteen days
out from San Francisco.
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tQOAL & QEHERAl HEWS.
A oold breast pin ban been loit.
Buun 1ms droppcit from 7 :17 to
Tin: Zeiiliimliii did not call nt
Tun Umatilla brought a largo mail
Tor tbo Post office.
Tun U. S. S. Adams will shortly
lcturn to Honolulu.
Hon. Fred. II. Hnyseldun arrived
from Liinai this morning.
Capt. 1'erriman lakes Capt. .luck
Lce'a place as master of the C. D.
It was raining very heavily in
town last ovuning and mud was
The Zcalandia sails for San Fran
cisco at 0 o'clock this evening. Tho
mail closes at 5 o'clock.
A uki'OHT tlintl). A. MoKinlcy has
been appointed U. S. Minister Resi
dent at Honolulu is without founda
Punsnn Edw. A. Kcil has tho best
thanks of tho Btn.i.irri.v for files of
lato San Francisco papers and other
A spm:kmi programme has been
prepared for tho vaiiely entertain
ment at tho Opera House this eve
ning. Popular prices.
Ouu friend John is getting way up
in the world. Tho Electrical Ue
vicw of May 11th speaks of him ns
"Colonel John Cassidy."
There will bo union services at
Kawaiahao Church Sunday morning,
at 11, and at Knuimikapili Church in
the evening at 7 :.'J0 o'clock.
Tin: annual sermon on Foreign
Missions will bo preached atthe Cen
tral Union Church, Sunday, Juno
2d, at 7 :I10 p. m., bv Kcv. A. D. Mis
bell. Tim officers and crew of II. B. M.
S. Espieglo will attend the 11:10 sei
vicc of the second congiegation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday
Tin: new billiard tables for Mr.
IJowen's room adjoining tho Pan
theon arrived on tho Umatilla, and
may probably bo placed in position
Owing to the space and timo con
sumed by our full sumniniy of Sa
moan news, a carefully culled budget
of general foieign news has to be
Many thanks to Purser Geo. Mc
Lano of the Zcalandia for late Syd
ney and Auckland papers, and other
favors. Good boy George, don't ever
forget tho Bulletin.
Washington Irving Bishop, the
mind reader, died in New York May
1 1 tli, from a cataleptic fit. It is
alleged that the doctors made an
autopsy before Bishop was really
Mu. H. W. Severance, well known
as Hawaiian Consul at San Fran
cisco for many years, has been ap
pointed .United States Consul-Gcn-eial
at Honolulu. He will be here
next month some time.
Tin: foreign mail by the Umatilla
for residents on Maui and Hawaii
was forwarded on the Kinau latt
evening, that vessel being detained
until 8 o'clock, by the courtesy ol the
"Wildor's Steamship Company.
F. W. Ituao, male of tho bark
Newsboy, who shot a sailor nt sea
March lid, has been indicted by the
Grand Jury for manslaughter. He
was arraigned in the District Court,
San Francisco, and pleaded not
guilty. He has given .$3,000 bonds.
Cait. A. W. Poirce took out a
policy in the good old Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New York, in 1871
for 12000. His dividends on this po
licy amount to $1018.00, making a
claim of $3018.00, which will bo paid
his heirs immediately by Mr. S. B.
Koso, the company's agent on these
Mu. Biackistono of Nowcastlo, in
reply to questions, informs us that
where there wero formeily only two
protectionists in tho New South
Wales Parliament, that party is now
in a minority of but three or four in
a House of 137 nienibois. Ho t-ays
that only otio or two electorates need
bo captured and tho colony will bo
strictly piotectionist within a year.
Wu regict to annouiico tho death
of Mr. William F. Lesher at Auburn,
Placer county, Cal., on May 8th last,
at tho oarly ago of twenty-one. Ho
is tho brother of Mis, C. W. Macfar
lano of Honolulu, and her many
friends sympathize with her in her
boieavciuont. Deceived was a very
promising studont of tho Tolaud
Dental College nnd was beloved by
all who knew him.
EVENTS THIS EYENIHC
Meeting Typographical Union No,
117, nt K. of P. hall, Fort street, at
Ynriety entertainment at Hawai
ian Opera House at 8 o'clock.
The Hawaiian Hand will give
public concert this afternoon at
Emma i-squaje, commencing aij
A ;3Q o'clock. Following is thp pro
March Royal Mai hies .Aintlloii
Overture A'abitcco Veidl
Fhialo IJIvouac l'clrolla
SeK utiuu - he Old auard...riannueUp
Wall -The Violets Wuldleufel
Galon Hermit Bolls.... ...A-'.Mntllni-r
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LftID AT REST,
Funrral of the Into Hon. XV. C. PnrUo
from Ontrnl Union Uhiii'rlilm
The funeral of the late Honorable
W. C. I'arko look place Friday
afternoon at three o'clock from the
Central Union Church. The floral
decorations on the pulpit platform
and choir gallery wero exceedingly
benuliful. On cithoi side of tho
rc-uling desk stood large bouquets
of white lilies, while on the platform
itself were small polled palm Irccs.
On the choir, desk stood several
bouquets principally of white flowers.
Two large one3 of the choicest flow
ers bung over on cither side.
Tho remains enclosed in a very
handsome koa collln witli silver
trimmings, nrrived at the church
about live minutes after three
o'clock and were carried up the
centre aisle of the church by a de
tachment of police, the pastor of
the church, Kcv. E. G. Heckwith,
D. D., leading the way, repeating
the well-known words, "I am the
Resurrection and the Life," etc.
The colllu was placed on draped
stands just below the pulpit desk.
The chief mourners, Mrs. Parke,
the widow, Misses Jennie -1$. and
Beinice P., daughters, and Mr. L.
Severance, brother-in-law of the
deceased, occupied the front pew
on the left side. Behind Ihem sat
Hon. W. F. and Mrs. Allen. The
members of Kseelbior Lodge No. 1
and Harmony No. 11, I. O. O. F., in
full regalia occupied seals on cither
side of the church towards the front.
The pall bearers were: His Ex.
Jona. Austin, Chief Justice A. F.
Judd, lions. John O. Dominis, 11.
A. Widcmann and AY. Jas. Smith ;
Messrs. A. J. Cartwright, David
Dayton and A. S. Ilaitwell. The
church was iilled in every part by
sympathizing triends. On the cof
fin at the head lay a. beautiful floral
pillow, in the centre a bunch of
white lilies and at the foot a wreath
of maiden hair ferns. A solid sil
ver plate was on the lid, on which
was inscribed tho birthplace and
date ol biith and death.
As the remains were brought in
the church Mr. Myron Jones, the
oiganist of the chinch, played a
funeral maich by Chopin. As soon
as all were seated - the choir sang
Dr. Lyte's beautiful lij'inn, "Abide
with me, fast falls the eventide,"
etc., to the tune Eventide, by V.
H. Monk. Dr. Beckwith then be
gan the service, which was taken
from the lilual in use in the Epis
copal Church. lie first read in a
very impressive manner the two
Psalms, "Lord, let inc know mine
end," and "Lord, Thou hast been
our lefuge," and then the lesson,
"Now is Christ risen from the dead"
from the 15th chapter of the first
book -of Coiinthians. This was fol
lowed by prayer in which the rev
erend doctor spoke of the faithful
service, fidelity and ceaseless vigi
lance of the deceased to the coun
try in which he icsidedso long. The
choir sang with much taste and ex
pression Bunty's anthem, "Sleep
thy last sleep," after which Dr.
Beckwith pronounced the benedic
tion. The address was omitted at
the request of the deceased's family.
As the remains were carried from
the church a selection from Mozart's
Kequiem Mass was played on the
Among those present at the
church were noticed : His Honor
Chief Justice Judd, His Ex. the
Minister of Interior and Mrs. Thurs
ton, His Ex. C. W. Ashford, Attorney-General,
His Ex. the U. S. Min
ister and Mrs, Merrill, Major J. II.
Wodehousc, II. Ii, M.'s Commis
sioner, Mons. G. G. 15. d'Anglade,
French Commissioner, Senlior A. de
S. Cnnavano, Portuguese Commis
sioner, Mons. Bcliaguet, French
Chancellor, Mr Justice and Mrs.
McCully. Mr. Justice Pieston, Mr.
Justice and Mrs. Dole, Uev. Alex
ander Mackintosh, Mr. T. It.
Walker, British Vice-Consul, Mr.
J. F. llackfcld, Consul for Belgium,
Mr. 11. F, Glade, German Consul,
Mr. F. P. Hastings, U. S. Vice Con
sul General, and Mrs. Hastings, Mr.
II. W. Schmidt, Consul for Sweden
and Norway, Mr. A. J. Cartwiiglit,
Consul for Peru, Mr. Julius Iloting,
Acting Italian Consul, Mr. Alee,
Chinese Commercial Agent, Mar
shal J. II. Sopor, Deputy Attorney
General A. P. Feter&on, Deputy
Marshals O. L. Hopkins and Chas.
Creighton, lions. Henry Water
house, Win. G. Jrwln, Paul Neu
mann, II. A. Widemann, C, P. lau
kea, John Ena, A. Voting, J, Camp
bell, A. Jaeger, A. N. Tripp, Geo.
II. Pole and Cecil Brown, Mr. J. W.
Hoberisnn, Yico-Chauiberluin, Capt.
and Mrs, A. Fuller, Ilou. A. Hosa
and wife, J. F. Brown and wife, Dr.
and Mrs. C. M. Hyde, Miss Judd,
Mrs. J. T. Watei house, Misses
Dickson, Coney, Burbank, Dowsett,
Green snd Brick wood, police Justice
Foster and w(fe, Prof. Bnglmni, F.
W. 'Iaofarlano nnd wife, D. U.
Yida and wife, Mrs. Gribble, K.
Letvers and wife, ,1. A. Hopper and
wife, Mrs. M, M, Soott, Capt. Bab
cock, W. P. Toler and wife, S. O.
Allen and wife, W. C. Wilder mid
wife, 1. C, Jones and wife, T. O.
Thrum1 and wife, Roy. Y. O. Mer
ijtt and wife, O. E. Bourdipn. uud
ifc, J. Al, Pnwsptt and wife, E.
IT. lloldsworth mu! wife, Alia. J.
AJ. Damon, Airs. Uurtwell, Capt. J.
L flrown, Copt. Fchlbehr, Alessrs,
V. W, Damon, J. O. Carter, J. K.
Wilder, Ar. S. Luco, C. A. Brown,
1. Iseuborg Jr., II. Renjes, A. Mo
Kihbiu, II. G. Crablm, li O. Alue
furUuie, O. Along", F, C. L'owrcy,
A. T. Atkliison, F. AI. Hatch, ,T, U.
Bpeucor", Heiy SiflitU, U. J, Xolto,
i rlONOLULU, uM i.(
II. l.oue, li, O. White, Cftpt. J. A.
King, J, llynian, J. Phillips, J. M.
Monsarrnt, J. F. Morgan, L. Wil
cox and many others.
Tho remains wcro taken to Nun
aim Cemetery for interment, the
procession moving in tho following
order: Undertaker, ofllcinling cler
gyman, Excelsior and Harmony
Lodges I. O. O. F., old servants of
tho deceased in enrriage, the hearse
with pollco on cither side, chief
mourners and general public. There
wore forty-seven carriages in line.
Arriving at the cemetery the Royal
Hawaiian band which was stationed
there played a funeral march as the
remains were carried slowly to the
grave. The committal service was
rend after which the baud played a
final solemn march.
DEATH OF GAPT. PEIRCE.
Capt. A. W. Pcirco died at Oak
land, on tho 20th of May, aged G9
years, 9 mouths and G days. Ho
carried on the business of ship
chandler on Queen street for several
years. He served his apprentice
ship as a cooper in New Bedford,
and then went as cooperon n whalo
ship, finally becoming master and
making several successful voyages.
At one time he was agent in San
Francisco for a New Bedford firm
for thu fitting out of whalers. He
leaves a widow and two daughters,
one of them Mrs. Dr. Emerson.
DEATH OF A FORMER HONOLU
LU A II IN AUSTRALIA.
Mr. II. Blackistonc, a business
man of Newcastle, N. S. W., called
at the Bui.i.utin Office this after
noon, to give particulars of the
death of 1. I?. Mitchell who left
here 12 or HJ years ago, after
residence of 13 to 20 years in thi
city. The deceased left a family in
New York, two of his sons having
been lost in the American war. lie
was in a destitute condition and cared
for by Mr. Blackistonc for the last
few years of his life, living in that
gentleman's house during his latest
year. Mitchell bore an excellent
character, was highly cspected
wlieievcr known in New South
Wales, and was 79 years old at
death. He was engaged in trade
with San Fiancisco while living in
S. S. UMATILLA.
The steamship Umatilla, Captain
E. W. Holmes, arrived Friday eve
ning, at G-30 o'clock, 7- days from
San Francisco, ith 150 cabin and
13 steerage passengers. She left
San Francisco May 24th at noon.
The first twenty-lour hours had
strong N. W. winds, rough sea and
swell. From the 2Gth to port very
light trades and fino weather. The
Umatilla brought 1,225 tons of gen
eral merchandise, So0,220 in trea
sure and two American tram cars
for the Hawaiian Tramways Co.
R. M. S. ZEALANDIA.
The Ro3'nl Mail Steamer Zcalan
dia arrived at noon to-day from the
Colonies. She sailed from Sydney
May lath at -1 :20 p. in., arrived at
Auckland on the 19th at G :20 p. ra.
Experienced strong northerly winds.
Sailed from Auckland May 20th at
2:31 p. in., and had light variable
winds to the equator, thence light
N. E. trades. Had fine weather
during the entire passage. Not a
sail was seen since the steamer left
Auckland, and she did not touch at
Tutuila. On May 28th at 12 : 15 a.
ni., ono of the passengers, Mrs. E.
Pickering, a native of England, died,
aged 45 years, and was buried at
sea. The Zcalandia brought one
cabin passenger for Honolulu and
has in transit 8-1 cabin and 133
steerage passengers. She will sail
for San Francisco at G o'clock this
Among tho through cabin passen
gers on the Zealandia is Edward
Hanlau, cx-clum-pion oarsman of the
world who has been in the Colonics
the past three years. Hanlan looks
the picture of health. A Bullktin
reporter had a short chat with him
while tho steamer was docking. He
said his rowing days were over and
ho was going back to his home in
Toronto. When asked about Senrle,
the champion, Ned said ho ja a per
fect cyclone, aid O'Connor would
have a. powerful oarsman to contend
against in the approaching cham
pionship race to bo rowed in Eng
land, PERSONAL NOTES.
Airs. Frank AI. Hatch arrived on
the Umatilla. Aloha!
Alaster Ucn llolladay came dawn
on tho Umatilla for a holiday fiom
school of a few weeks.
Ah and Airs. J. Hind of Koliala
returned from thoir honeymoon trip
on lliu Umatilla.
Airs. J. Spalding, sister of Hon.
W. G. Irwin and mother of E. G.
Spalding of Spreckels' bank, was. a,
passenger on the Umatilla witli hci
daughter, Jt bj hfenty-six years
oinoo Airs, Spalding was in the isl
ands. V. A. Kugluoor J. AI. Piekrell,
lato of the Vundalia, arrived on the
Umatilla, Ho returns by the same
vessel but not alone.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
m-eHumiUcIiK iV:m i-to.,
m commcuccd the business of Dress,
miking. Cutting and Fitting, at her rosl
douce, No. 7)1 Uerotanla street, opposite
tu Hotel. The patronage of tho Indies
is respectfully solicited, Satisfaction
JTJOT i, law. ,
Saturday Evening, June 1st,
Great Variety Combination 1
Will nppoar after n very successful
tour of these Islands. Also,
Na Lani Ehiku Club !
Who have just returned from San
Francisco nfter a successful en.
gngement. And the
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
Under direction of Mr. Bcrgcr.
CsaTBox plnn for reserved scats will
open at the ofllco of Lewis J. Levey on
Friday morning at 0 o'clock. No extra
paT-Popular prices. Look out for an
Immense programme later. 202 4t
ALL persons nrc hereby fot hidden to
give credit to anyone on my ac
count, ns after this date I will pay
no hills exceptor my own peisounl con.
tractinc. LOUIS UUSNELL.
Honolulu, May 81, 18H9. 204 lw
NOTICE oi ItEMOYAIi.
ALEX. FLOI1B, Lock & Gunsmith,
has removed opposite in the pre.
raises occupied formerly by Max Eckart
as a jewolry Rtore, next door to Hoff
scblangcr & Co., in the Damon Block,
Bethel street. 240 hn
BOATS FOlt SALE.
WE have on hand one 22.
foot Wlmlcboat, Willi
iron center-boird, mast, sail,
oars, etc., complete: suita'lc
for limbing. Also, ono 75.1b Clinker
Pleasure .- kin", copper fastened, with
o.usnnd rowlocks; will be sold che:ip
for cash. Iloth new. Apply at
BOWKK & SON'S,
2i0 lm Shop near Hie Pish Market.
ALL mikes of Pinna- taken in part
payment loward the Celebrated
Decki'i- Xros., J. & C. Fifcher & Con.
rinii I'ianov tor ulileh wcnicsoluiment-.
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from -fr,
io$200; worthy of intention. Mimic
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
NY make of Piano for which we
arc acorns will sell on monthly
instalments of $10 up, or at New York
prices for cash. Music Department, Ha
waiian News Co.
JUST received tho Pecrlcs3 Fischer
Piano, RUiirnnlced for 5 years, call
and sec it. Music Department, Hawaiian
ALL kinds of Musical Instruments,
Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music
and Music Books on sale at the Music
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SUPItKMK COU11T OF THE
Hawaiian Islands. In the matter
of (J. V. Frecth, a Bankrupt. Order on
petition of Bankrupt for dibcliurgo from
Upon reading and fllinc tho petition
of G. D. Frecth. of Honolulu, on tho
Island of Oaliu, alleging that more than
six meatus have elapsed since he was
adjudicated a Bankrupt and praying for
a discharge from all his dehts.
It is ordered that THURSDAY, the
fith day of June, 18S9, at 10 A. M., of that
day at the Court Room, In Alliolan!
Hale, ho and is hereby appointed tho
time nnd place for hearing of said pcti.
tion when nnd whero all creditors who
have proved their claims against said
Bankrupt niny appear and show onusc
if any they have why tho prayer of said
Bankrupt should not he granted.
And It is further ordered that notlco
he given by advertisement In the Daily
Uhllktin for two weeks in Honolulu,
of the time and plaoc of such hearing,
and that the Clerk of the Supreme Couit
mall notices of tho tlmo ami place of
such hearing to nil creditors who have
proved their debts,
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: J. II. RiubT, Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu. May 21, 1880.
VS.") 1 It
New Books i New Books I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of tho
ENGLISH, FRENCH Al
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
Thcso HOOKS are offered at
Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will be
furnished to those dctdr.
86? Country Orders Bolicitedtott
TEMPLE OF FASHION;
CORNER HOTEIi &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
jrv $1.50 A. PAIR.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
.A.rJ? $1.50 jAl. HPJCDEfc.
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
JSTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnifioieut stock 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, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that 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.
Bell Xclolionc, SO -a B- Mutual '-Telephone, 371
No. U Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Caso;
fcSOOTOJB: and JGR,Ija. WHISKY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine Jc Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GINS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old TL'om Gin, Bewt Xfrand in tho Jarlcct;
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 Tints and Quarts.
BIttera, Liquors Absinthe,
Apolliimri Water, Kiininiels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zini'antlel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
All of which will bo bold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agouti for 1'. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, fc W. S. Kimball & Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes;.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street,
Cornel' Hotel & J?ort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale iv Full Assortment of-
Riesling, IlookfJ, Etc., Efco,
AT LOWEST RATES by
Jk OKALEKB IN-