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MONDAY, JUNE ,1, 1889.
Bktnc W II Dlmonif, 1G dnys from Snti
III: C I) Bryant, 10 tlnys from San Fran
Stmr MlUakala for Kauat at 5 p m
Sttnr Wniulealo for Knuai at 6 p in
Stmr Knala for Wntnluu and Watunae at
0 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stan Iwalaul for Lahalna anil Hnma
kua at 10 a m
Tor Maul pur stmr Llkellkc June 15
Judge L McCully, lion A Kosu, LI Che.
ung, Hon Paul Neumann, A P Peterson,
Hon J h Kuiilukou, U V Dickey, W Q
Cooke, B 11 Kuliaunnul, nud Sirs C
From Huwail per stmr Lehua, Juno 2
E W Barnard.
The barkcntlno V 11 Dlmond, Capt
Drew, arrived this morning 10 days
from Sau Francisco with inercliandUe
valued at 823,422, Including 831 bbls
Hour, 00 i ctl9 barley. 215 ctls oats, 2,
01U sks bran, 14,838 11)9 bread, 3,000 lbs
beans, 1,480 lbs butter, 178 cs canned
goods, 55 bbls U7 lif do and 141 cases
salmon, etc. She has also the yacht
Spray on board.
The bark U D Bryant, Capt Penlial
low, arrived this morning 10 days from
Han Francisco, with a cargo valued at
$15,452, including 317 bbls Hour, 453
Hks bran, 2,312 ctls barley. 1,130 ctls
oats. CO tons fertilizer, 1D0 31 shingles,
23,200 bricks, 1C0 bbls lime, 210 sks
middlings, 1,033 lbs sugar, 1,870 bis
bay, l,t30 lbs rice, 14 cs salmon, 155 cs
canned goods, etc.
KEEGAN Iu Honolulu, June 4th, at
1:30 a m., Mrs. Murgarct Keegan,
:i native of Trim, County Alcath,
Ireland, aged 00 years, 2 months.
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
, public concert this evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PAKT I.
JI arch Wild Waves Luschwitz
The Caliph of Bagdad Boleldieu
Cavatina The Private Bellini
Medley North and South. . . y . .Moses
Malanai, Mahina, Lipolipo.
TWZ PAKT II.
Selection Bells of Corneville
Quadrille Madame Angot J.ecocu.
Fantasia Forge in. the Forest. . .
Galop Acrobats Zikoff
THE SPRAY ARRIVED.
The yacht Spray, which has been
purchased by Messrs. Sproull, Paty
and others, arrived from San Fran
'cisco this morning, on the barken
tine W. II. Dimond, in fine order.
She is a very trim looking vessel,
and her cabin is fitted up in elegant
style. The Spray is painted white
with a red line. Her record on the
Coast is an excellent one, and there
is no doubt she will be able to main
tain it in Hawaiian waters,
DEATH OF MRSTKEECAN.
Mrs. Margaret Keegan died at
half-past one o'clock this morning
at her residence, Nuuanu street, af
ter a lingering illness. The deceas
ed, who was a native of Trim, County
Meatl, Ireland, came here with her
husband Thomas Keegan in 1850.
He was a slater and brick mason
apd died about seventeen years ago.
The deceased lady kept the light
house store on Nuuanu street over
which s)e died, for a number of
years. She leaves two sisters, one
residing in Ireland, the other in New
York. Mrs. Keegan who was G9
years 2 months and P days old at
the time of her death, was a devout
Catholic and will be buried from the
Roman Catholic Cathedral at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
DEATH OF A HERO.
Commander Hockins of II. B
flagship Swiftsuro, died after
weeks' illness at Victoria, B.
He was a native of Devonshire,
England, and although only 37
years Bid had seen considerable ser
vice. Engaged in a cutting-out ex
pedition on tlic coast of Africa he
rescued from Arab slavers the body
of a murdered shipmate. He took
part in the Egyptian war and was
Ercsept at tye battle pf Te.pj-Kebir.
onimantjer Hockins showed himself
IV true hero lately at a port on the
South American Coast. A boatload
of visitors txrthe Swiftsuro was up
set and seventeen persons thrown
jntq the water. Hockins jumped
pvprbonrd, in full uniform to as'sjst
ju Hie work of rescue, and all were
saved except otio'young girl.
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
ncFonr. 1'iir.STON 3.
Tuesday, May 4th.
D. T, Baioy ys. JJawn. B,el Tele
phone Cd. Damages, Defendant's
appeal from'Police Court, Honolulu.
Judgment for defendant. J. A.
Magoon for plaintiff j Cecil Jlrown
This afternoon arguments are be
ing lieard by Mr. Justice Dole in
John Scott et al vs. Emma Crowu
ingburg continued from May 28,
UJUAL an ukwhiwl n
One week from to-dny io the
Tin: Hall brings news that there
is nothing wrong with tho Volcano.
Head what tho Pantheon Btables
have to say about busses on tho
eleventh of Juno.
TltK Hawaiian hand gives a con
cort at the Hotel this evening, to
which tho public is invited.
Tin: European hilliaids parlors,
with tho four elegant tables just im
ported, will bo opened to-morrow.
. . '
The closing exercises of the Ka
waiahao Femalo Seminary will be
held at the seminary at 2 o'clock
SronTSMEN should hear in mind
that tho entries for races on the
eleventh, close at noon to-morrow, at
tho ollice of tho Secretary, Mr. C. O.
Mn. C. E. Kingsley and Mrs. Capt.
Nilsson were united in marriage last
evening by tho Bight Kov. the Bishop
of Olba. A reception followed the
Craii applo champagno cider is
now made at tho Tahiti Lemonade
Works. A sample tasted this morn
ing proves it to bo a most delicious
The Bulletin Weekly Summary
is out to-day, full of interesting local
and island news. Send a copy to
your friends on tho Umatilla, thore
is nothing better published.
CArr. Drew of the W. II. Dimond
reports that on Monday at 10 a. in.,
he passed a British yacht of about
220 tons heading for llilo. Ho says
she was moving at a livoly rate.
To-morkow at 2 p. m., will bo
heard before Mr. Justice Preston the
case of the King vs. All See alias All
Choy. Assault and battery. Ap
peal from Honolulu Police Court.
The regular monthly meetings ot
Engine Companies No. 1 and 2 and
Hook it Ladder Company will be
held to-morrow evening at 7:30
o'clock, at their respective houses.
The band concert at Emma Square
last evening was the menus of at
tracting a very large audience. The
new pieces were well received. The
gavotte by Tours is very nice and
was well played.
Gentlemen, if you want to see
some nice neckwear take a look in
tho window on tho Merchant street
side of Mr. M. Goldberg's store. There
will bo found the very latest styles.
The window is dressed witli exceed
ingly good taste.
Mit. Justice McCully left on the
Likelike last evening for Maui, to
hold a term of the Second Circuit
Court. Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson will conduct tho cases for
the Crown. Several members of the
bar left on the same steamer.
A meeting, of the General Sabbath
School Association was held in Kau
makapili church last evening, Hon.
Henry Watcrhouse presiding. Ad
dresses were delivered by Revs. S. E.
Bishop, Oliver P. Emerson and W.
D. Westcrvelt, Hon. W. II. Rico and
several native pastors. The choir
sang hymns botwecn the addresses.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O. F.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Band concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel at 7 :30.
Meeting of Hawaiian Board -at
Closing of entries for the Jocke'
Club races, at 12 o'clock noon.
Meeting Hawaiian Evangelical
Association, at Kaumakapili church,
at 9 a. in.
Annual examination of Kawaia
hao Seminary, at school rooms, at
1:30 p. m.
Second, Bpssjon, Woman's Board,
at Central Upjon Church, at 7:30
Meeting General Y. P. C. Asso
ciation, at Kaumakapili church, at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
UY J. F. MOltOAN.
At 10 a. jnM 100 bales of Liver
more wheat hay in good order.
uy h. j. luvi:y.
At 10 o'clock, at the, residence of
Mr.C. Livingstone, Bcretania street,
near Thomas Square, the entire
household furniture, full particu
lars of nbjch appear ejscwhere,
Tuesday, June 4th.
Makahi, for violating rule 25 of
the carriage regulations by being
drunk in his licensed hack,was fined
$25 with 81-20 costs,
Frank Fislioi', a tough looking
customer, was charged with violat
ing section 1 chapter 40 laws 188G,
by prowling around at night on pre
mises where he had no business. Ho
was found guilty and sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for ten
Peter Hamburg and ft. Jenson wep
charged with larceny of 1 'case'' jams
value $Q, properly of T. II. Dayies
& Co,, 3 cases gin value $5.25,
property of G. W. Maefarlano &
Co., and 1 case gin value 87.50,
property of W. O. Peacock & Co.,
from the bark Itoyal Alice. They
pleaded not guilty and were re
manded to the 5th.
Four drunks had to pay tho usual
A quiet WeitilliiR nt Ht. Aiidvosv'n
Cathedral this Afternoon.
At three o'clock this afternoon
Mr. J. Nr. S. Williams, the engineer
and contractor, and Miss Nina
Green, daughter of His Excellency
the Minister of Finance, were united
in marriage at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral in tho presenco of relatives and
friends, besides many others. The
chancel of the Cathedral was very
tastily decorated with a profusion of
lovely flowers, potted plants and
evergreens. On the altar stood two
immense bouquets of white flowers.
The altar rail was twined with ever
greens and wreaths of flowers. At
the end of the choir seats facing the
nave stood choice potted palms nud
ferns. On the front of the pulpit
hung choice bouquets. The whole
of the decorations, which were in
charge of the Misses May and von
Holt, were in exceedingly good
taste. The ceremony was performed
by the Kevs. Alexander Mackintosh
and George Wallace. As the bride
entered the church Mr. Wray Tay
lor played a wedding march. The
choir of the second congregation
sang the marriage psalm and also
the hymn "How welcome was the
The bride was attired in a hand
some costume of white silk mulle
witli wiiite bonnet, and carried
bouqutt of flowers,
maids were the
stance Mist, Dora
Edith Mist, all
the bride. They were dressed in
plain white muslin dresses with
straw hats, and eacli had different
trimmings of green, yellow and
blue. The groomsmen were Messrs.
J. M. Monsarrat, Wilhelm Lanz
and Herbert Mist. The bride was
given away by her uncle, Mr. Alex.
McKibbin. As the bridal party
left the cathedral after sign
ing the register the organ pealed
forth tho Mendelssohn Wedding
A reception is being held at the
residence of the bride's parents,
after which the hap'py pair go to
Waikiki until Friday, when they
.leave for the Coast on the Umatilla
to be absent two or three months.
The Bulletin joins in wishing them
many happy years of wedded bliss.
THE CHEER OF THE TRENTON.
Walter Mitchell in the New York Sun.l
Our anchors drag and our cables surge
At every shock of the hurtling sea,
While the mist of the breakers veils the
Of the reef of coral under our lee.
From the cast by north to tho north -northwest
The wild typhoon veers sweep on
And from moment to moment the cross
Buries our waist In its sidelong leap.
Under the blows of our plunging screw
The whitening breakers foam and
But for all that steam and steel can do
We are drifting slowly astern"astern !
On our starboard quarter close aboard
We see the staunch Calliope loom,
While the black flood, fr.om the smoke
Covers the ea like a pall of doom.
Her topmasts struck and her yards
She Is headed out for the open main,
While her shrouds, like the strings of a
Scieain to tho touch of the hurricane.
We from our flagship Trenton's decks
Arc watching her battle in hope and
As she threads the throng of tossing
Now beaten backward, now forging
She with the red crois ensign aloft,
And we, our starry banner below,
Lie beam to beam, as the frigates oft
Ranged in old sea lights long ago.
Wo watch the weight of tho tempest fall
On her flooded decks and her reeling
And our hearts are heating ono and all,
For we both go down should she foul
Through the darkest night there's a
irleain to break:
Fathom by fathom she forges past,
Till wo know by theswhl of her eddyl
That her seaward struggle is won at
Tho Admiral tosses his sea cap high,
As from station to station is passod
And over the uproar of wave and sky
Tho thunder roll of our cheer is heard.
And hnok from the Briton's taffrall
Tho gallant, grateful, nud proud re
That stirred our hearts like a pulso of
Tho seaman's ami brother's last good
by, Oh blood is thicker than water.ani
Will EiiL'land's meinm-v hnlil Ik
And the talo bo told In fo'eastlo song
Of the flagship Trenton's parti
npiIE Europoau Billiards Parlors will
ju uo opened to the public TO.MOH
ROW. Four of the finest tables in the
TTKS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, kas
4-TJL removed to No. 8. Kukul luno.
San Fiiancisco, Cau,
February 10, 1880. J
WE herewith certify that Messrs,
Dodd & Miller are our duly an.
thorlzcd and only ngenls for tho 11a.
wailan Islands for tho sulu of our Lager
Beer in kegs. "
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO..
100 tf ' JolinllMYi'claiidBroB
The 9, S. Umntllla which
Friday at noon carries away
number of passengers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waterhouso
are going through to Paris, to visit
Ihu Exposition, where they will meet
their 6on Mr. J. T., jr. They ex
pect to bo absent some five or six
months. Mr. Waterhouso, sr., has
crossed the Atlantic sixty-four
limes, which is a pretty good record
for a man in the prime of life.
Mrs. Frank Katon, who has been
visiting the Hon. and Mrs. J. S.
Walker and family tho pnst three
months, returns to her home in San
Miss S. V. Hopper, of the staff of
the Kawaiahao Female Seminary,
will spend her vacation in the
Miss Emma C. Smith, sister of
Hon. W. O. Smith, is going East on
a visit, to bo absent a year.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Livingstone and
family leave for San Francisco. Mr.
Livingstone, who Gas been connect
ed with Sprockets' bank for a long
time past, is undecided as to his
movements after reaching the Coast.
Cnpt. and Mrs. T. II. Ilobron arc
going to bo obscnt in California for
a few months, for tho benefit of the
Captain's health, which it is hoped
will improve. Their son Thomas
W. accompanies them.
Mr. Frank P. Hastings, U. S.
Vice and Deputy Consui-Gcncral,
and Mrs. Hastings are going to
Maine on a visit to Mr. Hastings'
mother. They will also visit most
of the larger cities in the East and
be away from two to three months.
Mr. J. A. Hopper and her daughter
Miss Ellen will go to San Francisco,
and may visit the East. The length
of their absence depends somewhat
on Mr. Hopper's movements.
Miss Addic Peterson is going to
spend a short vacation on the Coast.
Dr. A. B. Carter and wife arc
going right through to New York on
a visit to the doctor's relatives.
Hon. Geo. II. and Mrs. Dole and
faniiry leave to take up their per
manent residence at Riverside, San
Bernardino county,California, where
Mr. Dole has purchased a ranch.
Kev. W. II. Barnes and wife, of
Lahaina, go direct to England. Mrs.
Barnes is in poor health, and her
parents, who were here a short time
ago, advised her to go home for a
change. She may stay there for pn
indefinite period. Mr. Barnes re
turns in four months.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. S. Williams
are going to spend their honeymoon
in California. They were only mar
ried this afternoon, particulars of
the event appearing elsewhere. Mr.
Williams will attend to some busi
ness matters wliilc away.
Mr. W. O. Faulkner, Superin
tendent of the Electric light station,
and wife are going direct to Boston,
Mass., to visit Mr. Faulkner's par
ents who are in somewhat feeble
P. A. Engineer J. M. Pickrell of
the U. S. Navy returns on the Uma
tilla. On Friday morning at 10:30
o'clock he will be united in marriage
to Miss Eva Putaam, daughter of
Hon. J. II. Putnam, U. S. Consul
General. On arriving in San Fran
cisco Mr. Pickrell will go on board
the new cruiser Charleston and re
main there until her flual trial trip.
He will then bo appointed to land
duty for three years. His bride will
be much missed from society circles
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Schmidt go
direct to Bremen where th,eir sons
arc at school. They will visit differ
ent parts of Germany and be abient
an indefinite period.
Hon. P. N. Makee is going for a
short trip througli California,
Mrs. D. Noonan after a length
ened visit in tho islands returns to
her home at Chlco, California.
Miss Maggie Mclntyre, eldest
daughter Qf Capt. A. Mclntyre,
leaves on a visit to numerous friends
in San Francisco, to be absent about
Mrs.' F. L. Winter will spend
several months in California for the
benefit of her health.
Mrs. Twecdie returns to her home
in Canada after a visit of several
months in tho islands.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following table shows the
standing of the clubs of the Nation
al Lcaguo and American Associa
tion up to May 21th.
Searcher of Records
Ueneral Writer . tawlcr.
Office, 84 King street (Bander'a Express).
Telupliono No. 80. Abstract's of Titles
made, with Accuracy and dispatch.
i.i rra im
TTESSRS. DODD &.
1tJL have just received ox Umatilla
another lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAGElt HEEK" In kegs, which (hey
are olTerlng to their customers. 2(10 lw
T r TUnMDCriM AHnrnnv&f'min.
J.VJL sclor at Law, corner Fort and
Merchant streets, Honolulu, elves writ,
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to tho facts of tho cases
stated to him, and also opinion as to tho
probablo result of legal proceedings.
ALL persons aro hereby forbidden to
glYo credit to anyone on my ac
count, as after this date I will pay
no bills oxcept of my own personal con
tracting. LOUIS BUSNELL.
Honolulu, May 31, 1880. 201 lw"
Mrs. II. MACMILLAJT
HAS commenced Dressmaking, Cut.
ting and Fitting, at her residence
No. 134 Nuuanu Avenue, next to Eagle
House, Bell Telephone 180. 248 lm
SUPKEME COUltT OF TIU3
Hawaiian Islands. In the matter
of G. D. Frceth, a Bankrupt. Order on
petition of Bankrupt for discharge from
Upon reading and filing the petition
of 0. D. Frceth, of Honolulu, on tho
Island of Oahu, alleging that more than
six months have elapsed since ho was
adiudicntcd a Bankrupt and praying for
a discharge from all his debts.
It is ordered that THURSDAY, tho
0th day of June, 1889, at 10 A. xr., of that
day at tho Court Boom, in Aliiolanl
Hale, be and is hereby appointed the
time and placo for hearing of said peti.
tion when and where all creditors who
have proved their claims against said
Bankrupt may appear and show cause
if any they have why the prayer of said
Bankrupt should not be granted.
And it is further ordered that notice
be given by advertisement in the Daily
Bulletin for two weeks In Honolulu,
of the time and placo of such hearing,
and that the Clerk of the Supreme Court
mall notices of tho tlmo and place of
such hearing to all creditors who have
proved their debts.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: J. II. Bkist, Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu, Mav 21, 1889.
FOR SAN FIIANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Friday, June 7th,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. LRWIN & CO., Agents.
New Books ! New Books i
THE UNDEHSIGNED HAVE
A largo consignment of tho
: ' a
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
Tlicao BOOKS are offered at
Very Low Prices I
And Descriptive Catalogues will he
furnished to those dcslr.
ft" Country Orders Solicited
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.A.rJD $1.50 J. PAIR. J$3
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
JLHO 1.50 .A. PATR.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
SSrOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin tho entire new ad
uiagnificicnt stock will he 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', YoutliB' 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.
JSoll Telophonc, SO -a 8Qf Mntuu.1 Tolephoue, SX
Ho. U Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
feSOOTTOJBr. ana XlfclSJBL IPrillSISY,
, In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Vory Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
CANS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Giii, Best Brand in tho Marlfot;
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, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinarl Water, Kunimels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfniidel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Skerry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc, Eti
JT All of which will be sold AT LOWEST RATES by
2170 ' Manager.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOHT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals1
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agent for P. Lorillard A Coa Tobaccos, fc W. S. Kimball &, Co.'
Tobaoco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Work - 73 Hotel StrMt.
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
A UKALKKH IN-