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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1889.
Bclir Lcahl from Koliala
Bclir Mol Walilne from ITamnkua
Am sloop Minerva, 23 dnjs from San
Francisco en louto to Uio Gilbert
SHBrTTQ Hall tor Laotian Manlaon.
Coda, Knn And tho Volcano at 10
o'clock a tn
S B , Umatilla, Holmes, for San Fran-
clico at noon
tStmr Kllauoa llou tor Ilatnnkua
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Walanae, Yfalalua
and Koolnu at 9 a rn
Stmr J X Cummins for Koolnu
PerW O Hall for windward ports,
Jun 7 V Johnson and wife, E Hou
tolus, VTERowell.llr l'odeyu and CO
For San Francisco per S. S. Uma
tilla, June 7 J. N. S. Williams and
irife,Mr. F. E. Eaton and child, Miss
Drcisler.P. Feck, Geo. H. Spalding,
Miss 8.V. Hopper, Mrs. H. Stroubeck
and child.Dr. A. B. Carter, wife, child
and servant, H. W. Schmidt and
wife, Mrs. Kennedy and child, Miss
M. Mclntyro, W. L. Dccoto and wife,
Miss A. Peterson, Mrs. J, A. Hopper
and daughter, Rev. "V. H. Barnes,wifc
and child, II. W. McOhesney, Frank
P. Hastings and wife, T. V. Hobron,
Capt. Hobron and -wife, Miss Emma
C. Smith, J. T. Watorhouse and wifo,
Hon. Geo. H. Dole, wife and 10 chil
dren, Hon. P. N. Makee, Miss
Meis'ebcrg, Hon. H. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. Tweedie, C. Livingstone, wife
and family, Mrs. D. Noonan, J. W.
Luning and wife, Miss Pierco, Jas.
Andrews, G. H. Foster, T. C. Ford,
J. M. Pickrell, U. S. N., and bride.W.
O.Faulkner and wife, Mrs.Dr.Tucker,
J. Martin and wife, Mrs. Kahai,
Mrs. J. Sutherland, 2 children and
maid,H. F.Bortelmann and wifo.Mrs.
Dr. N. B. Emersdn, Miss H. 0.
Pierce, 0. Arnemann, It. Grieve, P.
O. Camarinos, Dr. Bailey, and 33
The S S Umatilla took to San Fran
cisco June 7th, 17,802 bags sugar, 2,700
bags rice, 6,031 bunches of bananas,
700 bndls green hides, etc. Domestic
value $155,082.39. Foreign value $552.
The JSloi Wahino brought 1700 bags
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. F. MORGAN.
At 10 a.m., regular cash sale, when
will be offered a large assortment of
merchandise, boots and shoes, cot
tage piano, square piano, etc. At
noon 1 black carriage horse and har
ness ; also at same time that certain
' tract or parcel, of land situated at
Honolulu, lying at the north of the
premises belonging to J. D. Holt,
about GG feet wido and GO feet in
The Post Office despatched on tho
Umatilla this morning 4183 letters
and 2314 packages of papers. This
makes a total forwarded on the two
last steamers of 7G72 letters and
3487 packages of papets.
The annual examination pf the
students of tho "-North Pacific
Missionary Institute took place
this morning at tho Kawaiahao
Church an'd wa3 fully 'attended.
The students, thirteen in number,
showed that they had been well
trained in singing. Only one gradu
ated, the others not having complet
ed the course. The , Keys. Dr. C,
M. Hyde, and H. H. Parker had
charge of the examination..
,;THE MINERVA ARRIVES. .
The 'American' sloop Mineryn,
18Jtpns, Capt. Leonco Degraves, ar
lired t, this afternoon twenty-eight
days from San. Francisco en route
to the Gilbert Islands with a cargo
of provisions" valued at about $1,500.
Shcscxperienced fine 'weather all the
way with tho exception of three
aya when she met with soutu
eaetcrlj'galcs. Not a single ,vess,el
wa8sightecl"tb.9 entire trip. The
Minerya puf. into this port for water,
hgr supply haying gone bad. There
aro onlyjthreD men. on.tbe vessel,
the captain," mate and cook. The
sloop is anchored off the fish mar
ket wbarfand will resume her voy
age either Saturday or Sunday.
. JO-MORROW'S GAME.
The Stars, and Honolulus,
fortheflrBt time to-morrow
noon, and a fine game may be
ed for. Following are the
-with their positions:
Staiis, Position, Honolulu,
Chan. Wilder. . . .o II. Wpdehouse
B. Baldwin P B.Parker.
A Parrv lb .W.Lucas
Ei Baldwin Jib.-. . .II. M. 3yhltuey
3J. Wodehouse..,.3b Friedcnberg
tiv Tirimor w G. Lucas
"T V nrlnr ir....t.... F. Oat
Unas. Wilder. ...c.I
...E. P. Low
.... A. Lucus
Fhidat, June 7th.
M. J. do Freitas was senienceu
to one. month's imprisonment at
hard labor if or assAUlt aud battery
on his wife.
Harry Byng, charged with assault
and battery 'on a Portuguese, was
found not guilty.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,.
JL ftdverUie It in tho "Daily Bullo tin.'
rlmt a neiiHtoai UDUlV
A square piano it offered for sale,
A. II. Loo
Ngawk lias a notice
Wuo will win tho game to-morrow?
Why the of course.
The City of Peking will bo duo on
Monday from San Francisco.
Mnv 0. O. Borgcr has just received
some very fine Havana cigars.
Owing to illness Mrs. F. L. Winter
was unable to loavo on tho Umatilla.
The Hawaiian band gives a moon
light soncert at Thomas Square this
' i m i
Til ere will bo a ouc mile hurdle
race at the Yoscmito skating rink,
At noon to-morrow, Marshal Sopor
will hold a ealo of rice and taro in
front of KalakauatHalo.
The Post Office despatched through
the Parcels post by the Zealandia 37
parcols, and by the Umatilla 13.
' . .
If anyone is in want of a good
milch cow, ono will bo sold in front
of Morgan's salesrooms at noon to
morrow. The regular meeting of the Ha
waiian Camera Club announced for
this evening, has been postponed for
No need of taking refreshments to
tho Park on tho 11th, for Hart & Co.k
will be there with a large supply at
Hon. S. M. Damon will act undor
full power of attorney for Hon. H.
P. Baldwin, during the latter's absence
from tho Kingdom.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Honolulu Anon Society will bo
held this evening at the hall. A full
attendance is requested.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning,
a general exhibition of the Hawaiian
Sabbath Schools of Oahu, will bo
held in tho Kaumakapili church.
TheY. M. C. A. boys wore t well
ontortained yesterday afternoon by
the Bev. E. G. Porter of Lexington,
who gate them a lecture on "Boy
life in Siam."
The It. M. S. Mariposa is duo to
morrow from San Francisco en route
to the Colonies,with seven days' later
news. She ought to bo along early
in the morning.
Trie Sunday school of tho Bishop's
congregation of St. Andiew's Cathe
,dial will meet at the Sunday school
room Monday afternoon, and then
march to Iolani College, whera they
will bo entertained by the Bishop
and Mrs. Willis.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will hold its adjourned an
nual meeting Saturday evening at
7 :30 o'clock in the parlors of Central
Union Church. The address of tho
retiring President and the reports of
officers will be read.
At the Solemn Pontifical High
mass at the Itoman Catholic Cathe
dral next Sunday morning the St.
Louis College Choir will sing Knit
zy's Mass. The college' orchestra
will accompany tho singing, under
the leadership of Bro. Albert, Bro.
Francis presiding at the organ.
At the Central Union Church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the
Rev. E. G. Porter of Lexington,
Mass., who has just returned from a
two years' tour among tho Missions
in the East, will deliver an address
on tho Turkish Empire. At 7 :30 in
tho evening tho annual Home Mis
sionary sermon will be delivered by
the Kov. S. E. Bishop.
Pursuant to a ruling made by a
Justice of the Supreme Court at the
last April term, tho clerks of the
Supreme Court havo requested us to
remind would-bo litigants that June
10th is the last day for service of
summons intended for tho next July
term. Complaints filed later would
then go over to the Octobor term,
Another session of tho Sabbath
School Association was held last
evening at tho Kaumakapili church,
Hon. Henry Watorhouso presiding,
Remarks woro made by His Honor
the Chief Justice, Revs. W. D. Wcst
ervelt and Oliver P. Emerson, and
several of the native pastors. Tho
chuich choir sang several hymns.
i J. E. Brown fe Co. ndveftiso that,
in, order to avoid tho invariable crusty
at the ticke't office at Kapiolani Park,
they will sell admission tickets to the
raco course for the 21th, at, their
office, 28 Merchant street, during
Saturdav. 8th, and until 4 p. m. On
Monday, 10th. This is an excellent
idea and will savo all tho trouble and
annoyanco of waiting and crushing
at a spiall pigeonhole beforo gaining
admission to the track.
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Service at St.Andrew's Cathedral,
Public band concert at Thomas
Monthly meeting Honolulu Arion
Society at 7 jSO.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at -7:80. ,
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I.
O. O. F, at 7 :3D o'clock.
Hawaiian Tribe No. lira. O.
M., at 7.30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles,
Drill King's Own, at 7:80,
Meeting Blue Ribbon League
Kaumakapili Church, at 7:80,
Meeting of Hawaiian Board at 7.
THE DAILY BUUTETIN-The
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MOT aTOroxi mKtmuot'Hi i
f A BEAUTIFUL. WSDDINQ,
Mr. Flckrcll mid IIIbb Putnnm
Join llantla for Life ud Depart
for "Happy Lund."
At 10:30 o'clock this morning,
Mr. James M. Pickrell, P. A. En
gineer U. S. A., and Miss Eva Put
nam, daughter of Hou. J. II. Put
nam, TJ. S. Consul-Gcneral, were
united in marriage in tho main par
lor of the Dudoit House. Soldom
havo more beautiful floral decora
tions been seen at a wedding in this
city. Tho parlor was ono mass of
the choicest flowers whose fragrance
was shed all over the bouse. At
one end of tho room was au Ameri
can Hag, from tho esntre of which
hung a small floral ship of white
flowers. Under this the happy
couple stood during tht ceremony.
To the right stood an easel which
was a masterpiece of floral art. At
the top was a full-rigged ship of
plumarias. Below this was a silk
American flag draped from the
centre, and underneath the letters
"U. S. N." worked in plumarias".
It was much admired by those pres
ent. All over the room wcic bou
quets of flowers and wreaths of
The ceremony was performed in
the most impressive manner by Iter.
E. G. Beckwith, D. D., pastor of
Central Union Church, who used tho
form of the American Episcopal
Church. As tho bridal party en
tered the parlor the Lohengrin biidal
march was played on tho piano by
Mr. Wray Taylor. MiBS Clara
Fuller was maid of honor and Hon.
Mr. Putnam cave tho bride away.
She was attired in a very neat travel
ling costume of gray and carried a
bouquet of white flowers. At the
conclusion of the ceremony the
newly-married couple received the
congratulations of their friends. A
collation was served in an adjoin
ing room, tho health of the bride
and groom being drunk. The wed
ding cake was a very handsome
Those present were: nisEx.Gco.
W. Merrill, U. S. Minister Resi
dent, and Mrs. Mcnill, Judge and
Mrs. W. Foster, Mrs. P. Neumann,
Miss Finckler, Mrs. Capt. A. Fuller,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Winter, Mrs.
Dudoit, Miss Corney, Mr. and Mrs.
John Dyer, Misses Winter (2), Miss
Fuller and Miss. Dudoit.
Mr. and Mrs. Pickicll left on the
Umatilla for the States, their future
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following iB the pro
gramme: PAKT I.
Overture The Devil's Deal Auber
Ballad The Reaper and tho Flowers
. Cow en
March Tannuauser Wagner
Selection Traviata Verdi
Hoohcno, llilo Kupalokc, Olwi Naui.
Selection Pinafore (by request)....
Waltz On iho Bluo Lake Millocker
Quadrille Madame Angot Lccoq
Galop Princess Marie Dalberc
ANNUAL TEA PARTY.
The Woman's Board of Missions
gave their annual tea party Thurs
day afternoon in the parlors of the
Central Union Church. There were
present as invited guests the native
pastors and delegates to the Evan
gelical Association along with their
wives and friends. Over two hun
dred were present. Tho parlors
were prettily decorated with flowers
and evorgreens. After all had sat
down at the tables grace was said
by Rev. S. K. Kckuewa. The tea
was an excellent ono in every res
pect, there being an abundance of
good things and tho guests were
loud ia their praise of the kindness
shown to them by tho white ladies
After the tea tho Rev. Dr. Lowell
Smith offered up a prayer .in Ha
woiian, the venerable gentleman be
ing'heard in every part of the par
lors. A gospel hymn was sung,
Mrs. C. M. Hyde presiding at the
piano. Mrs. Bingham, President of
the Woman's Boaid,gave an address
in Hawaiian which was well re
Dr. C. II. Wetmore spoke of his
long associations with the Hawai
ians. Ho had had many doubts,
but after what tie had seen that day
he was suro tho work of the Lord
would not fail in these islands.
Four of last year's students of tho
North Pacific Institute sang "The
song of tho Soldier" with fine effect.
A young Chinese picacher just
arrived was the next speaker. Ho
spoke of the propagation of the gos
pel in China and said there were very
hopeful signs for the future. Mr.
F. W. Damon interpreted.
Mr. Mitani, a Japanese gentle
man, was exceedingly happy in his
remarks which were delivered ia
English, Ho spoke very particu
larly of Christian love.
Mr. P. C. Jones said that just
thirty-two years ago that day ho
left Boston for the islands a godless .
young man. xnree years later ne
gave his heart to God. lie had told
a friend that ho would sooner be a
member of the Hawaiian Board than
Noble of the King's. For nineteen
years he had been a member of the
board ond thanked them for their
confidence in him for that time.
Tho Rer. W. D. Westcrvelt also
spoke in a very touching manner.
There were other speakers. Rev.
Dr. C, M, Hyde had charge of the
exercises, which were exceedingly
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
JEUgular Monthly Meeting; of Uiq
Iionrd of Representative.
The monthly meeting of the Board
of Delegates was held last evening
at the usual place, thirteen members
answering to tho roll call. Tho
chief "engineer, Mr. C.B.Wilson,
presided. A funeral benefit of
378,50 was voted to cover burial ex
penses of tho lato Samuel Pauiani,
member of company No. 4.
Communications were read from
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 and
Hook & Ladder Company respsct
ing certain members suspended
from those companies for non-pay-tniut
The rolls of membership frcoi
Companies No. 2, No. 4 and Hook
& Ladder were received by the
Board preparatory to their being
submitted to the Assessor of Taxes
for Honolulu. The law passed by
the last'Legislature with respect to
exempt firemen, is adhered to, i. e.,
that such lists must contain not
more than fifty members in good
standing from each company.
The committee of three to report
discrepancies between the by-laws
of tho several companies and those
recently passed by the dcpaitment,
reported having performed that
duty, and they found that the only
discrepancy was regarding the time
for electing delegates, the old by
laws requiring that such elections be
held in the month of July, whereas
tho new by-laws now require that it
bo held after the first Monday in
December of every year. This
change was necessary in order to
conform with the legislative enact
ment. It was then ordered that the Se
cretary notify the several companies
to amend their by-laws in accord
ance with tho committee's report.
The treasurer was directed to pre
sent at the next meeting of the
Board a statement of expenditures
covering the period of five years,
mado qn account of relief claims
presented by each company of tho
An outline of the prospectus
of the proposed Firemen's Re
lief Fund was presented to the
meeting and further considera
tion was deferred. The meeting
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ox Umatilla
another lot of that PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BEER" in kegs, whieh they
aro offering to their customers. 2C!i lw
selor at Law, corner Fort and
Merchant streets, Honolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to the facts of the case's
stated to him, and also opinion as to the
probable result of legal proceedings.
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
tho city, and fitted up in the most
approved style. Four tables with all the
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
PIANO FOB SALE.
A FINE Square Piano in good condi
tion; Wm. Knnbe & Co., Balti
DURING my absence fiom the King
dom Mr. John LycurguB will act
for mo under full power of attorney.
P. G. CAMABINOS.
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1889. 270 5t
I HAVE this day auUiorired S. M.
Damon to act for mo tinder full
pewer of attorney.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Honolulu, Juno T, 1889. 270 2t
THE undersigned horohy gives notice
that being about to leave this
Kingdom lie has, as provided by the co
partnership agreement of his firm of
Sine Uhong & Co., appointed Hong
Quon as managing partner of said firm
of Bing Choag & Co. during his said
A. II. LOO NGAYfK.
Honolulu, June 8, 1889. 370 lw
PERBON8 requiring Pasture for a
limited number of horses caa get
same by applying to
200 lw JOHN F. COLBUKN.
ALL persons are hereby forbidden to
glvo credit to anyono on my ac
count, as after this data I will pay
no bills except of my own personal con
trading. LOUIB BUBNELL.
Honolulu, May 81, 1889. 204 lw
ALL parties wishing to erect Hooths
or Bell Itefreshments at Kaplolanl
I'arkoa June lllh must obtain pormitB
from W. M. GIFFAllD,
208 lw Secretary K. P. A.
I Ith JUNE !
Races RacGS -& Races
THE Pantheon Stables
Busses will run to
Kaplolanl Park on the 11th
of Juno. Leaving Messrs. J. E. Brown
& Co.'s ofllco, at 7:80 a. u., and every
half hour after.
PAUE, t BO CENTS.
tST Tickets can be obtained at the
PdutUeon BUbles or at Messrs. J. B.
Brown & Co, 297 Ot
NOTICE pi REIOVAJj,
JOHN NOTF has removed his Btove,
Range, Agate and Tinware Depart
ment to No. 93 and 07 King street, near
Fort Btreet. The Work Shop 'Rill bo at
Uio old stand for tho present.
368 lw JOHN NOTT.
J full nowcr of attorney and will
act for mo in all business matters during
my absenco from this Kingdom.
J. W. LUNING.
Honolulu, Juno 8. 1889. 207 3t
IS NOW IN FINE RUN
NING ORDER !
Como out and take
An Exhilarating Rido !
A GloriouB Plunge !
Healtltf ill ' IBatli !
LONG BRANCH 1
BgyGood accommodations and prompt
C. J. SHERWOOD,
288 tf Proprietor.
Haiaiiai News Co.,
Stationery & Book Department,
Latest Novelties and tho Lowest
Just'ReccivedjLargej Invoice of
SHEET MUSIC and BOORS,
Direct from Publishers.
KS DOUBLE STORES -S
20 and 27 Merchant Street,
' 244 lm
Mew Books ! New Books 1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of tho
ENGLISH, FRENCR Al
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These BOOKS aro offered at
Very Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will be
furnished to tliose desir
8-Country Orders Solicited
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
COBNER HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
AT l.SO A. IVAJCIfc.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
-Al.T 1.50 A. 3P. A Tig,.
THE " ARCADE
15 & 77 Fort St EGAN
gyOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Cohu the entire new ad
magnificient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as tho business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of tho latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Lacesj Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
largo and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
qtc, and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll Telephone, SO -8 ST Mutual Tolophone, ST X
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Rem Fort Street
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGkAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH ana DOEfclSBL -WTBCISIEEY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
CINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, BTONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Best Brand in the SXarket; "
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Oaso, All Brands of ,
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pinta'and Quarts.
, JBitfers, Iiiquers Absinthe,
Apollinarl Water, Kumznel, , ,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AS FOLLOWS :
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hooke, Kta.,01
AU of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO,
100 FOUT STIHSET, HONOIiVJLIT.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles X
AganU for P. Lorillard &. Co.'s Tobaccos, db W. 8. KlmUU & 0$?
Tobacco and Cigarette.
Aerated Water Works - 7S Kto Mr4JUM,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST BATES by '
FRANK BROWN, "
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