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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889.
Sttnr Kluau fiom Hawaii mid Maul
Stmr Llkcllke from Maul
It Jt S "Mariposa 0)4 days from San
Stmr MokolU from Jfolokat
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Am sloop Minerva for Gilbert I
RMS Mariposa for the Colonics
From ylndward ports per stmr Kl
aau, June 8 II R II Pilnces3 Lllluoka
lani, Gov J O Domluls, W W Goodale,
J N Wright, lion S Parker, wife and
child. JIlss Eva Parker, Miss Helen
Pinker, Miss Mary Low. Miss Olaia
Low, Miss Hannah Low, Miis Stella
Kauim, Miss Haitle Brown, Mrs T XV
Eveiett, Miss Kcnlo Humphrey, J II
Stalling, Miss Annie Dow sett, Miss
Fltzslmmons, Miss Bertha Smithies, A
Smithies, Geo W Smith nnd wife, C L
"Wight and family (7), Geo P Holmes,
Miss E Kodgers, A V Dowsctt,0 Buclia.
nan, Miss E K Daniels, J E Ward, Miss
Elleu Holt, Major W II Comwell, W E
Howell, S Fukul, S Kagahl, 0 Bosse
and 119 deck.
From Maul per stmr Llkcllke, June
8-M r Mello, J It Wilson, W P Fcu
ncll and wife, J Very, J Kalatna, 11
Roberts, R D Walbridge, Mrs Demlng,
Miss Demlng, S Kamaka, Ah AVa and
ivifc, Ah Yuen, Ah Fat, Ah Pang, and
From San Francisco per R M S S
Mariposa, June 8 Geo W Ashley, Clias
Baldwin' Miss II Blake, Hon H A P
Carter and wife, Miss Cai ter, Miss .A
Carter, Miss C Carter, B F Dillingham
nnd two children, Geo Dillingham, Mts
MM Evans, Miss Annie Elliott, T G
Gribble. Mls3 T Henry, MissSL Henry.
Sir Howard and wife, Mrs Klucgal and
4 children, Mrs P Lewis and giandchlld,
Miss Mattie Lewis, Willie Lewis, S
Louisson, T F Lanslug, Ed Muller, Dr
Jno S B Pratt, G Howard, Jr, Ellse
Porther, Harry Miller, C L Smith, R
Taylor and wife, C O Shields, Mrs Tay
lor, Dr WE Tij lor, Miss Hattic Work
and 13 steerage. In transit, for Auck
land, 2 cabin and G steerage; for Syd
ney, 21 cabin and 25 steerage.
For the Colonies per R M S S Mari
posa, June S Capt Gilpin Brown, H W
icatty, II ubert Beaumont and II Bergcr.
The stmr Kinau brought, June S,
12,855 bags sugar, 100 bags potatoes, 2G
)ags corn, 30 bags cinger, 114 pkgs
hides, 3 horses, and 1G0 pkgs sundries.
The stmr Llkcllke brought, June 8,
2,013 bags sugar, 51 hogs, and 113 pkgs
ARRIVALS AT SAN FRANCISCO.
May 26 BkW B Godfrey, 22 days
from Honolulu ; bkt J A Smith. 18 days
fiom Kahului. 28 Sch Rosalind, 18
days from Honolulu. 29 Sch Sailor
Boy, 21 days from Mahukona. 31 Bkt
5 N Castle, 17 days from Honolulu.
At Port Townsend, May 25 Bk Jas
Chest on, from Honolulu.
At Auckland, May2G S S Alameda.
May 25 Brig Consuelo for Kahului;
27 bkSC Allen for Honolulu; 23 bk
J A King for Kahului; 29-bp J D
Spreckels for Kahului; bkt S G Wilder
for Honolulu : bk Planter for Honolulu.
MSHBOURNE In San Francisco, May
28, Edwin O. Flsliboume, a native
of England, aged 39 years.)
A concert was given on board the
R. M. S. Mariposa last evening
which was much enjoyed by the
passengers. Following is the pro
There Is a tavein in a town
Song Mr. Byrne
Recitation Mr. Shields
Song By the children
Reading Hon. n. A. P. Carter
Piano bolo Miss Work
Song Mr. Holloway
Reading Mr. ICelsey
Song Mis. See
Song with banjo Mr. Lewis
Song....... Mr. Byrne
Giand finale Chestnuts
SPECIAL EVENTS ON SUNDAY.
At Central Union Church, at 11
a. in., sermon on the Turkish Em
pire, by Rev. E. G. Porter. At
7:30 p. m., annual sermon on Home
Missions, by Rev. S. E. Bishop.
At Kautnakapili Church, Sacra
ment of Lord's supper, nt 3 p. m.
At Kawaiauao Church, at 7:30,
Jubilee address (in Hawaiian) 50th
anniversary of completion of first
edition Hawaiian Bible, May 10,
1839, by Hon. A. F. Judd.
DEATH OF MR. FISHBOURNE.
The Mariposa brings the news of
the death of Mr. Edwin C. Fish
bourne which took place in San
Francisco, May 28th, of heart dis
ease. Tho deceased, who was well
known in Honolulu, iirst arrived
here in the barkRavenscrnlgin 1880
and which brought the first lot of
Portuguese immigrants. He was
then employed by T. II. Davies &
(Co., but soon went back to Eng
land. He returned on another im
migrant yessel tho Bell Ropk in 1884
and then went into business for him
self os an accountant. He left here
abour two years ago and went back
fo England. The doctors there re
commended him tQ go to San Fran
cisco and he followed their advice.
ire had closed out his business there
and was cproing to Honolulu on the
ilaripo'sa, but death overtook hjm
as stated above. Mr. Fishbourno
was a man of great ability and was
possessed pf many sterling qualities.
At eub timo he was in the employ of
tlie Indian Government as an ex
pert, His many friends here will
"regret, to hear qf his sudden death.
ge 'was 'a member, qt Hawaiian
)odg$Np. 21,' F. nndA.M.'
LOCAL $ OeMHM H11W.1
Sugar has advanoed to 7 conts for
O. Rowo gives notice ot
No blue ribbon entertainment this
A Mutual Telophono stock certi
ficate lias been lost.
Thk Mariposa brought 27 bags ot
mail for the Post Oillcc.
Captain Dow is in
tho barkentino Planter.
Tun Mariposa brought $50,000
gold coin for Messrs. Bishop Jc Co.
Read elsewhere what the Cali
fornia Fruit Market received on tho
The band will play at the baseball
grounds this nfteraoon, and not nt
The U. S. S. Adams has been
ordered to Sitka, Alaska, in company
witli tho Iroquois.
The Advertiser is wrong in an
nouncing a Blue Ribbon entertain
ment for this evening.
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold an as
signee's sale of household furniture,
on Thursday tho 13th.
. . .
Messrs. Castle & Cooko offer for
sale, Hawaiian wheat hay from Ka
naku ranch, Waialua.
H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani
and Hon, John O. Dominis returned
from Hilo on the Kinau.
The Mariposa sails at midnight
for tho Colonies. The mail closes at
tho Post Office at 4 o'clock this after
noon. Any extra orders for ice for tho
Park should bo given in before 8
o'clock on the 11th, at tho office of
tho P. I. & R. Co. on Fort street.
TiIe adjourned annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will bo hold this evening, at
vestry of Central Union Church,
Following are tho contestants in
the one milo hurdle race at tho Yose
mito skating rink this evening : Geo.
Wilson, Louis Antone and "Win.
Campbell of Australia.
The trash chuto of the fire room
at Papaikou mill, Hilo district,caught
fire from a spark from tho smoke
stack en the night of Wednesday,
5th inst. ; damage about $50.
Look out for tho City of Peking
on Tuesday from San Francisco en
route to Yokohama and Hongkong.
For freight or passage to the latter
ports apply to H. Hackfeld & Co.
There is considerable of severe
comment passed by people who at
tended the band concert at Thomas
Square last night, upon Engine Co.
No. 2's action in holding their engine
practice close to the square.
The Alameda on her next trip up
from the Colonies will toucli at Apia
and take on board Admiral Kimberly
and the remaining officers and men
of the wrecked men-of-war and con
vey them to San Francisco.
F W Rugo who, while first mate
of the bark Newsboy, killed a sailor
on the voyage from Newcastle, N. S.
W., to Honolulu, was tried Tuesday,
May 28th, in Judgo Hoffman's court,
San Francisco, and acquitted of man
slaughter. The children of tho Bishop's con
gregation of St. Andrew's Sunday
school and their friends will bo enter
tained at Iolani College, Monday
afternoon, at the annual festival sub
scribed for by members of the con
giegation. A dispatch from Victoria, B. C,
dated tho 29th of May, says: The en
tire fleet at Esquimault; consisting of
the warships Swiftsuro, Amphion
and Icarus have received orders to
proceed to Bchring Sea. They sail
about Juno 10th.
Mr, G. W. Gies, the well known
tonsorial artist on tho Mariposa, has
sent us a comic photographic card,
showing that vessel leaving San
Francisco. Mr. Gies' face appears
attached to the bodies of geese and
in other laughablo situations. It is
well gotten up.
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Meeting Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society, at Central Union
Church, at 7:30.
Service of song by Sabbath schools
at Kautnakapili Church, at 7:30.
Count Leo Tolstoi, who died on
May 7th, came of a historic Russian
family. He was bornin 1820. Af
ter two years at the university he
enlisted in the army, when 31, and
served tin the Caucasus. It was
then lie began writing novels.
When the Crimean war came he
took part in that. At the close he
resigned and passed his time as an
author at Moscow and St. Peters
burg. In 18C1 he went to his coun
try estate and tred tq apply Christ's
life and commands literally to his
own life. Although very rich he
lived in the same plain way as the
late serfs and peasants who' were
tenants of his lauds. Although
claiming to follow Christ's teachings,
he was very cruel to tho Nihilists,
and hence the czar loved him. 'The
publication of his "Auna Karcnina"
gave him a great reputation in Eng
land am Amerjca, He lived simply
and laboriously upon the fnrits o
his own labor.
umv w&jiwttwi nwKWQw m hjjym i. im
Per S. S. Martyosa, June 8th.)
A fearful disaster has happened in
Pennsylvania. Tho loigest reser
voir In the United States, situ
ated in the Alleghany mountains,
burst and tho water rushed down
tho valleys sweeping whole towns
and hamlets before it. The loss of
life is impossible to calculate, but
some estimates are as high as 1,500
souls. In the track of tho deluge
were Johnstown, with its suburbs
containing 30,000 population ; South
Fork, 2,000; Conemaugh, 2,600;
Woodvale, 2,000, and Mineral Point
800. The greater part of each of
these towns was under water.
Scores of dead bodies were floating
down the rivers, and many survivors
clinging to driftwood were rescued.
Tho reservoir that burst was about
3 miles long and from a mile to a
mile and a quaitcr wide, and in
some places 100 feet deep. This
vast body of water was held in
check by a dam 700 to 1,000 feet
across, 90 feet thick at the base and
110 feet high. It was 200 to 300
feet above the level of Johnstown.
- Kilrain has come over to fight Sul
livan and there is n toss-up, June
8th, for place of meeting.
A desperate fight between White
caps and citizens at Vinton, la., has
been followed by several arrests of
State Department officials decline
to talk about the Sainoau conferenco
or the Bchring Sea matter. The
United States does not admit the
latter as a subject for negotiations,
as Congress has declared jurisdic
tion of that country over waters on
the Alaskan side.
Three men arrested in Chicago
for the murder of Dr. Cronin plead
ed not guilty. Tho murder is be
lieved to have been in levenge for
Cronin's evidence at the Parnell in
quiry in London.
Congressman Gay of Louisiana,
a wealth' planter elected to attend
to sugar inteiests, is dead.
A war of rates has been started
among the lines centring at Chicago
from the West and Northwest.
Laura Bridgman, the famous
deaf, dumb and blind girl of Boston,
Chao Chan Ping, over whom the
United States Supreme Court de
claied the exclusion law valid, has
been discovered by a Chronicle re
porter in San Francisco where he
Boodler McGarigle has returned
to Chicago, paid 81000 fine and
costs and been allowed to go free.
People in the northern part of
Nebraska are alarmed at prospects
of an Indian outbreak.
Sir John Macdonald, the Cana
dian Premier, says the British
squadron has gone to Behring Sea
on a marine picnic, and that it has
no more significance than if the
ships went to Valpaiaiso.
Admiral Kimberly reported to the
Navy Department under date of
Auckland, May 27th, as follows:
"The Samoan natives have disband
ed. Peace prevails."
It is decided that Bishop the
mind reader died naturally of coma
Twelve thousand men are still on
strike at Saar, Germany.
John II. Lawler, manager of the
Bullymena blanch of the Provincial
Bank of Ireland, and Murray, as
sistant manager, have been shot
dead on the road a short distance
from Bullymenn. It is supposed
that Murray shot Lawler and then
Earthquake shocks were felt in
England, France and the Channel
IslandB, May 30.
Win. O'Brien, the Irish member
lately released from prison, has
gone to Nice to recuperate.
The Valkyrie has been badly
beaten by the Irex and has no show
for the America cup.
The Cunard steamer Servia ar
rivedvat Liverpool May 28th from
New York in ilamcs. Passengers
were landed safoly and the fire put
out. It was in the cotton cargo.
THE SAMOAN CONFERENCE.
The Samoan conference agreed
to a protocol and adjourned tc
await advices from their respective
Governments. It is said that the
original proposal of Secretary Bay
ard and the instructions of Secre
tary Blaine to tho American com
missioners have been adopted. Sa
moa is to be governed by a native
king, vice-king and ministry. Tho
only foreign control will be that of
an advisory council to the king, con
sisting of one reprosentativo each of
tho United States and Germany,
with an Englishman to act as um
pire in case of disagreement be
tween the American and German.
Maliotoa is to be rostored to the
throne. A land court or commis
sion is to scttlo the land claims.
Each of the three Powers will be
allotted a separate coaling station.
The German and English plun of
foreign rule with German prepond
erance has thus been dropped. Tho
English commissioner before leav
ing Beilin to consult with his Gov
ernment expressed satisfaction with
the agreement. England's influ
ence was thrown with the United
Stales the latter part of tho confer
ence, PIANO FOlt SALE.
A FINK Bquaro l'iano In good condi.
. tion; Mm. Kuabo & Co,, HsUll,
1 ?, m. YiYAS,
Purior Thos. Smith of the Mari
posa has our thanks for files of late
San Francisco papers and other
Mrs. II. M. Hay ward, wife of the
Commander of the Mariposn, is a
through passenger to the Colonics.
Among the through passengers on
the Mniiposa are Mr. R. Speight,
Chairman of the Victorian Railroads,
Mr. C. A. Goodchape, a member of
tho New South Wales Parliament
and Commissioner of Railroads ;
Mr. John Sec, cx-Postmnstcr-Gcn-cral
of Now South Wales, and a
largo merchant nnd shipowner Mr'
Mr. C. F. McWillinms, a prominent
San Francisco merchant, and Mr.
W. E. Hallowny, a partner in the
firm of J. W. Grace & Co. , commis
sion merchants, San Fiancisco.
Mr. B. F. Dillingham returned
fiom San Francisco on the Mariposa
looking well. He talks very enthu
siastically about the Oahu railroad.
Twenty-eight cars are being built by
Carter Bros, of San Francisco, and
two engines by Baldwin of Phila
delphia. They are to be here by
the 1st of September.
Mr. T. G. Gribble of the Hawai
ian Tramways Co. was a passonger
on the Mariposa. Twelve now cars
arc in course of construction for the
company, and a quantity of live
stock will soon arrive from the
His Excellency H. A. P. Carter,
Hawaiian Minister at Washington,
Mrs. Carter and the Misses Carter
(3) arrived on the Mariposa and
wcrcvery warmly welcomed by their
many friends. They will remain in
the islands for about three months.
Mr. Ed. Muller of the firm of
II. Hackfeld & Co. ,rcturned from a
visit of several months in Europe,
looking in the best of health.
Mr. George W. Ashley, Secre
tary of the Board of Health, is back
again from a visit to the Coast.
Geoige hasn't aged any.
Mr. 1. 1'. Lansing has come back
to enjoy a few more months of trop
Tho Chronicle of May 30 says :
Henry W. Severance, Consul to the
Hawaiian Islands, who has taken
his oath of office, leaves for Wash
ington to-morrow for instructions.
SUICIDE BY HANGING.
Malio, a South Sea Islander em
ployed by Mr. II. M. Dow, com
mitted suicide last night in his room
in an outbuilding. After repeat
edly attempting to waken the man
without success, Mr. Dow called
Mr. N. S. Sachs who lives near him,
and they forced open the door. Ma
lio was found in a sitting posture,
the rope round his neck and attach
ed to a rafter being too long to clear
him of the floor. It looked as if he
had adjusted the rope and then roll
ed out of bed for the drop. Mr.
Dow promptly notified the police of
the occurrence. Malio had been
seven years on the reef for man
slaughter and when he was discharg
ed Mr. Dow, then deputy jailer,
tried to get him employment, but
nobody would keep him after hear
ing of his lecord. Mr. Dow there
fore out of mercy gave him work on
his own place.
An inquest was held by Coroner
Hopkins, the jury returning a ver
dict that Malio came to his death by
hanging himself while in a fit of
Mr. J. H. Maby, manager at the
Volcano House, writes to the Wild
er's Steamship Company under date
of May 20th, as follows : The crater
has changed somewhat since last
writiucj. The Dana Lake is very
active. The small lake known as
the Little Elephant hasabout all
disappeared and in its place is a
small cone known here and by visit
ors as the little engine. It is very
active and puffs and blows, and
throws out fire at a great rate.
There is also a small lake about 100
feet across on the east side of the
Halemaumau cone. The crater
cannot bo approached on account of
the smoke blowing over it.
On the 7th there was quite a large
flow in the crater nearest the house.
The former valley around Halemau
mau that had been filled up to more
than level dropped down about 75 to
80 feet below the edge of the '8G
bieakdown. The cone of Halemau
mau has settled down fully 100 feet
during tho last two weeks. The
cause of tho settling is due to the
drawing off of the lava from under
tho cono to the lowest part of the
crater. From tho appearance of the
cone and surroundings I should nst
be surprised ut any time to see the
whole thing sink nnd form one largo
lake. The fires of the crater are
getting more and more interesting
day after day,
CH ERRI ES, Plums, Peachos, Pears,
Apples, Celery and other fruits
and vegetables came by tho Mariposa
this morning, in the Cumarino's Hefrl.
curator, for tho California Fruit Market,
King street. 271 2t
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
huvo lust received ox Umatilla
another lot of thai " PHILADELPHIA.
LAGEIt BEER" in kegs, which thoy
aro ollci Ing to their customers. 200 lw
MT H O M PSON. Attorney Cquu.
selor nt Law, corueuFort and
Merchant streets, Houolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions uppllcablo to tho facta of the cases,
itated to him, and also opinion as to the
piobablo result of ldgal proceeding,
THE DAILY BUlLETIN-The
most populaV papeT published.
THE Handsomest Hllllnul Parlors In
tho city, and fitted up In the moat
approved style. Four tables with all tho
J. P. UOWEK A CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
DURING my nbsenco ftom tho King,
dom Mr. John Lycurgus will act
for mo under full power of nltornoy.
P. G. CAMARINOS.
Honolulu, June 7, 1889. 270 3t
I HAVE this day authorised S. M.
Damon to act for mo under full
pwcr of attorney.
U. P. BALDWIN.
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1889. 270 2t
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
the public that ho has received
an elegant assortment of Ladies and
Gent's Boots, Shoes and Slippers by the
last stenmcr. 248 1m
THE undersigned hereby gives notice
that being about to leave this
Kingdom ho has, as provided by the co.
partnership agreement of his firm of
Sine Chong & Co, appointed Hong
Quon ns managing partner of said Arm
of Sing Chong & Co. during his said
A. H. LOO NGAWK.
Honolulu, June 8, 1889. 270 lw
BEAD THIS !
WE take Photos for $5 per dozen,
and are sellinir fine island views
for $2 CO per dozed,
flnlBh. J. A.
with the very beat
129 Fort street,
d OOD Family Board for a ltmltcd
A number of gentlemen not exceed
ing u persons.
For particulars annlv '
W. F. RETNOLDS,
At T. G. Thrum's store.
ALL persons arc hereby foi bidden to
give credit to anyone on my ac
count, as after this date I will pay
no bills except of my own personal con.
trading. LOUIS BUSNELL.
Honolulu, May 31, 1889. 204 lw
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN NOTThas removed his Stove,
Range, Agate and Tinware Depart
ment to No. 91) and 97 King street, near
Fort Btreet. Tho Work Shop will be at
the old stand for the proent.
208 lw JOHN NOTT.
Chinese Employment Office
THE undersigned begs to notify tho
public that he has opened a Chi
nese Employment Office, at No. 87 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 385.
No charge for gettlnp servants. Office
in Lack Lung Chung's carpenter phop.
2571m LEE CUU.
A LADY desires to obtain pupils in
Piano Playing. She has an ex.
tensivo experience in teaching in
Europe, according to tho best approved
Terms Reasonable 1
t&" Plcnso send letters marked
" Piano," addressed to this office.
NOW IN FINE RUN
NING OEDEE !
Come out and tako
An Exhilarating Eido !
A Glorious Plunge !
liealtlrfiil IQatli !
LONG BRANCH !
CSTQood accommodations and prompt
O. J. SHERWOOD,
268 tf Proprietor.
. IN ALL
STYLES ml QUALITIES !
TEMPLE of fashion;:
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
Undressed 6-Butfon Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
j&JJ? $1.50 -A. I.IIS-.
THE " ARCADE."
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
6T0n account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire nctf ad
magniflcient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
Bists 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.
Soil Teleplioiuc, CO -J s& Mutual Telephone, 3 X
Ho. 24 Merchant street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTJEBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and XlfclJEl. WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jara;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
GINS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Glii, Best Brand in the Marltct
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Caso, All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Tints' and Quarts.
Bitters, Iiiquora Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kummeta,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay,
, Alt of which will bo Hold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOUT STKEET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AguU for r. Lorillard &. Co.'t Tobaccos, & W. S. KimbU Ca,
Tobaoco and Cigarettes. N ,ftJ
Aeratod Water Works - 73 HoUl Street.'
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
Biesllng, Hocks Ete., r Et
AT LOWEST RATES by
FRANK BROWN, .
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