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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1889.
Bktne PlantcrjlHl days from San Fran
cisco June 12
Bktne S O Wilder, 14 days from San
S S City of Peking from San Francisco
yclir Mary from Kauai
Sttnr Jas Mnkto for Kapaa at 6 p in
Stun; illkjabalAior Kauai at 6 p in
HtmrLlkellke for Maul and way ports
StmrLehua for Hnmnkua at 4 p in
titmr Klnau for Illlo nud way porta at
Stmr Pele for Maid and Hawaii at 10
Sclir Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl at D p m
Stmr Wnlaleale for Kllauea and Haualel
at 5 p in
Schr Kawallanl for Eva
Schr I.eahl for Kolinlu
Schr Mol Wahlno for Uamnkua, Hawaii
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Viva for Moloknl
Sclir Kulamanu for llnlawa
Schr Mile Morris for Kooluu
S S City of Peking for China
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktne W H Dlmond for San Francisco
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kl
nnu, June 12 Rev Pall and child, Mrs
J Ittchaidson, Dr Wetmore,J N Wright,
W W Goodale, Dr Yamnshltn, S Kl
inuia, E W Barnard, Theo P Seveiln, II
F Holmes, Hon S Parker, Mrs E K
Daniels, Kcvs Kahaio. Kuewa, Kamau,
Illhlo, Kaholokal, Ko'awe and Knina
kahikl, H A Heen, Koki and a number
For Yokohama and Hongkong, per S
S I lty of Peking, June 12109 Chinese
and 99 Japanese.
The W S Bowne arrived at San Fran
cisco June lBt, 10 days from Honolulu.
The schr Dora Jilulun sailed from
Ran Francisco Juuo 3rd for Mnhukoua.
The bktne Planter arrived last even
ing from tan Francisco with merchan
dise valued at 17,611, including 14 ctls
wheat, 325 hbls flour, 1544 ctls barley,
37,500 lbs sugar, 200,000 shingles, 25
tons salt, 904 bis hay, 21)0 sks middlings,
1SC8 sks fertilizer, S30 sks bran, 1127 ctls
oats and 20 bbls salmon.
The bktne S G Wilder arrived tins
morning with merchandise valued at
$14,312. 'J. no snipmentsinciuue zu dims
flour, 115 ctls wheat, 1808 ctls barley, 30
cs (441 gals) wine, 1090 gals whisky,
M9 sks middlings, 1C52 sks bran, 8C8
ctls oats, C49 bis liay, 180,000 shingles,
31,741 ft lumber and 403 hogs.
AUERBACir-WHlTNEY At St. An
drew's Cathedral, Honolulu, June
1 2th, by the Rev. Alexander Mack
intosh, Frank B Auerbach to Kath
leen W., daughter of the late Cap
tain Kelly. No cards.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT L. J. LEVET.
At 10 o'clock a. m. assignee's
sale of household furniture at resi
dence of W. R. Buchanan, Bereta
Also, at salesrooms, 500 bags
bran, 250 bags middlings and 200
bales choice hay.
BT J. V. MORGAN.
At 11 o'clock a. m., 500 sacks
bran, 200 sacks barley and 200
bales No. 1 wheat hay.
The following tenders were re
ceived at the Interior Olllce Monday
noon, for widening the Nuuanu
loner bridge :
J. N. Kaiaikawaha $2,200
R. Lishmaa 1,G37
Walker & Redward 1,550
Geo. Lucas 1,350
H. F. Bertelmann 1,345
Peter High 1,300
Fred. Harrison 1,300
. The last named was accepted.
This Association closed its ses
sions Monday morning. Every
church has this year sent in its
statistical report. The Association
welcomed most heartily the new
helpers, and the delegates from
every island wanted one or more to
Mside among them. The Young
People's Associations were urged to
more strenuous endeavors on lines
apart from, and yet connected with,
the special work of the churehes
and endeavor is to be nicule to sup
ply cyery Hawaiian household this
Jubilee year with a copy of th,o
Sacred Scriptures. The new lfj mo
edition of the Bible is sold by tho
Hawaiian Board for only one dollar,
the New Testament for a quarter,
and the Psalms for a dime. The
churches were urged to seouro some
regular public reading of the Bible,
cither in the stated services of pub
lip worship, or in the exercises of
the Sunday School. Kauniakaptli
Church appealed to the whofe sister
hood of churches for help to rcmoye
its burden of debt, hoping to raise
81,000 towards paying it off, in
addition to its ordinary yearly ex
penditure. The Association ad
journed at noon to rne.ejt again next
year on the first Tuesday in June,
Pn' Mopjday pyepipg there was a
general meeting in Kaumaknpili
church, for worship and exhortation
presided over by Hon. Henry Water
Jioiue. Tho church was well filled
and addreBsoB were delivered by
Revs, J)r, O. M. Hyde, D. P. Emer
gen, . , Parker, J. Bjckpell, j.
Waiamau and others.
A. uuhoh of Ueyo Iwr beon lost,
A kinb now parlor
organ is offered
Mr. J. W. Yarmlloy lias an im
portant notlco olscwhoro with regard
to the caro of pianos.
T T .-
Another riso in sugar by the City
of Peking. On Juuo 4th 06 test ad
vanced to 7 :72. Hurrah 1
A MKKTtNO of tho Ladies' Altar
Society will bo hold nt tho Convent,
at throe o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Read what Mr. Gcorgo V. Lincoln
the contractor has to say about the
Saturday half holiday. Good for
The regular monthly meeting of
the Myrtle Boat Club will be held
this evening, at 7 :30 o'clock, at tho
The two lepers who gave so much
trouble in tho Ewa district have re
moved their quarters to Wahneii in
the Koolau district.
A special meeting of the Hono
lulu Arion Soceity will bo held this
evening nt 7 :30 o'clock. All mem
bers arorcqucsted to bo present.
The Bulletin "Weekly Summary
for Juno 11th is out with a very com
plete summary of local news. Copies
at the bookstores and this office.
Mit. Robert Louis Stevenson has
very generously presented a $300
Wcslcmayor Piano to Sister Marianne
for use at tint Bishop Home, Kala
The late Hon. W. C. Parke had his
life insured in tho New England
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
Boston for $10,000. Messrs. Castle
fc Cooko are the Company's agents
In tho Police Court this morning
the case of P. A. Dias, libel, came up
after several continuances. Tho de
fendant offered no evidence and was
committed for trial to the July term
of tho Supreme Court.
Tin: annual meeting of the Stran
gers' Friend Society will bo held
Thursday afternoon at the- residence
of Mrs. H. Cornwell, Judd street,
Nuuanu Valley. The business meet
ing will be held at 4 p. m. and all
interested in tho Society are cordially
invited to attend afternoon and
In connection with Rev. E. G.
Porter's address on Sunday, which
has been reported in this paper, it is
an interesting fact that Hawaii was
represented in the Armenian mission
field, two daughters of the late Rev.
C. B. Andrews having labored and
About two months ago a native
between four and five years old, boy
whose father works on the Onomea
plantation, was missed, and although
the woods all around were scoured
for four days, no trace of the little
fellow has been found up to the
Honomu sugar mill is to be changed
from water to steam power, and be
fitted up with the very latest im
provements in plant. It will then
be the best sugar mill in the king
dom. Mr. John Sherman, lately tho
engineer of Kealia mill, Kauai, will
go to Honomu next week to assume
the position of engineer of the new
mill. There is not a more exper
ienced and efficient man in the king
dom for that purpose.
While at Callao the Officers of H.
M. S. Swiftsure attended a church
festival, and the senoritas there took
a vote as to who was the handsomest
officer on board the ship. Tho votes
were ten cents each, the money go
ing to tho church. Major Ramsey,
of tho Royal Marines, secured tho
first prize with 87 votes; Mr. Banks,
the Admiral's secretary, was second
with 85; and Mr. Lightfoot, surgeon,
third, with 83 votei. Why not have
a similar festival here while tho Es
piegle is in port?
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Oahu Lodgo No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Meeting Honolulu Arion Society,
Service at Central Union Church,
Meeting Myrtle Boat Club, at
Publie band concert at Thomas
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The barkentine W. II. Dimond,
Capt. Drew, sails at noon to-morrow
for San FranctBCO, and will carry a
mail which closes at the Post office
at 11 o'clock. Be sure and send by
her this week's Bulletin summary
and this afternoon's paper whiph
contains the ony complete account
of the races.
Frank Dayis, an old qffender, was
arrpsted this morning by Capt. Lar
sen and is now at the Police Station
awatjng trla on a charge of larceny,
'the gtoro (f M. Davis, 17 Nuuanu
street, was broken into yesterday
and goods scattered, all qver the
placp. Lots of different articles
were missing. Davis, whq jmd b.e.en
working in rear of thq stWp seyertd
days, was suspected and' arrested
wjtli 6qmo p'f the stolen gop'ds Ifl
(Per City of Peking, Jttne V2lh.)
THE PENNSYLVANIA FLOOD.
San-Francisco papers up to and
including Juno 4th have many col
umns of details of tho awful flood in
Pennsylvania. As might have been
anticipated the loss of life is greater
thnn tho first imperfect reports
showed. An appeal to tho Union
for relief issued by Governor Beaver
says the reports of tho loss of life
and property have not been exag
gerated, the most conservative esti
mate placing the number of lives
lost at 5,000, and tho property lost
at $25,000,000, in the Valley of
Conemaugh, and there have been
severe losses elsewhere. Money is
needed, and will be judiciously
Estimates of the total loss of life
are as high as 15,000 souls.
A relief fund has becu started in
Berlin, Germany, for the sufferers,
and similar action proposed in Lon
don. Fire was sweeping over the heaps
of ruins in Johnstown. An area of
eight or ten acres is covered forty
feet high with shattered houses
from that town, and in each of
these houses it is estimated that
there are from one to twenty-five
There are fears of a plague from
the decaying bodies. Physicians
recommended that the fire should
not bo interfered with, as it would
remove much cause of infection ;
but survivors who wanted to find
their dead relatives insisted on the
water hose being kept at work.
Not a small part of the horrors
was the sweeping away of railway
trains full of passengers in the de
luge. Human chouls are robbing the
corpses at Johnstown, and enraged
citizens arc shooting the villains on
Grand View cometery has buried
in it 300 victims of the flood, and
there were 850 corpses in Cone
maugh hospitals; 300 bodies were
found in one day in Stony Creek
sand banks, and 182 bodies were at
Among a host of memorable inci
dents of the flood is that given be
low. An unknown man mounted on
a grand, big bay. horse came riding
down the pike that passed through
Conemaugh to Johnstown shouting:
'Run for your lives to the hills!
Run to tho hills 1" None knew the
man and some thought he was a
maniac and laughed.
In a few moments, however, there
came a cloud of ruin down the
broad streets, down the narrow
alleys, grinding, twisting, hurling,
overturning and crushing and anni
hilating the weak and the strong
It was the charge of the flood,
wearing its coronet of ruin and de
vastation, which grew at every in
stant of its progress. Forty feet
high, some say, thirty according to
others, was this sea, and it traveled
with a swiftness like that which lay
hidden in the heels of Mercury.
On and on raced the rider, and
on and on rushed the ware. Dozens
of people took heed of his warning
and ran up to the hill.
Poor, faithful ruler? It was an
unequal contest. Just as he turned
across the railroad bridge the
mighty wave fell upon him, and
horse, rider, bridge and all went
out into chaos together.
One item in the incalculable loss
of property is the irredeemable
wreck of the Chesapeake and Ohio
canal, whidh cost originally more
than $11,000,000 and on which the
total expenditure has reached nearly
THE CHAMBERLAIN'S SALARY.
Mr. Justice Preston's decision
was filed this morning in the matter
of the King's Ch,ambprlain's salary
for the five months, from October to
February inclusive, amounting to
the sum of $1,250, Geo W. Macfar
lane's draft for which endorsed over
to Jas. W. Robertson was lefused
payment by the Minister of Finance
on the ground that the Cabinet had
not approved Mncfarlane's appoint
ment. His Honor holds that the ap
pointment requires neither Cabinet
approval nor a commission, but he
sustains the Minister's refusal upon,
the ground that Robertson had per
formed th.e Chamberlain's duties du
ring tho period in question. Paul
Neumann and C. L. Carter for peti
tioner; Attorney General C. W.
Ashford for respondent.
ONLY S3 Per Gallon. Rich, finest
flavored and positively pure Ice
Orcam at F. Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory anil Hakcry. Kstablished 16f,l
Uoth Telephones No,
M THOMPSON, Attorney Uoun.
Bejor at Law, corner Fort and
Merchant btrcols, Honolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial duol-
Ejons applicable to the lvU of tho cases
stated to hhn, au.il also opinion us to tho
III 01 U"lll
A Stop Almond !
HAVING always btcn an advocate
of the huf,holl(lay system on
Saturdays, 1 am e,Ui to anuuunco my
ability to pruptically adopt it now, and
will cease work from and after Juno
lOUi, on eyery Saturday, at 1? o'olopfc
noon. Excepting iu very urgent cases,
Ono. W. LINCOLN,
973 lw Contractor & Builder.
13, iw ii wi
W.. 5.. 5KM 12
TY.? T't "T"Tn.
A QRAHQ PIBHID,
Annual Outdoor Festival ot Central
Vnlon Mnndny Hchool.
There was a very largo attendance
cf both children and parents at the
Central Union Suudny School picnic
held yesterday at the Oahu College
Grounds. A large lanai was erect
ed on tho grounds and flags were
hung across the algaroba trees, giv
ing a brilliant aspect to the sur
roundings. Several hundreds of tho
little ones were present and every
thing was done by tlioso in charge
of the occasion to make the little
people happy. Groups of tho chil
dren were assembled here and there
enjoying themselves in various)ways.
At noon, after DY. Hyde had said
the blessing, refreshments were
served and all sat down in the tent
to eat of the Innumerable things
that were prepared. The young la
dies were kept busy passing plates
around, and Prof. Brigbam was
heard to remark that he had never
seen Buch a great number of cakes
it seemed as if cakes were tho pro
minent diet here on festive occa
sions. II. R. H. Princess Liliuoka
lani wa9 present during part of the
After the luncheon the wholo
company w3 photographed in a
group by Messrs. Gonsalvcs ami
Lyous, and Mcsdamcs Jordan and
Hall. Gaines of various kinds were
indulged in by both young and old,
that of baseball being the most pro
minent, for there were no less than
four matches going at one time
one by the young men, one by the
small boys, " another by the tirls,
who were very clever in catching,
and still another by the married
men versus the Punahou Juniors.
This last game caused the most
amusement. The married men's
nine were Messrs. Westervelt, O. P.
Emerson, II. S. Townsend, C. M.
Cooke, W. C. Mcrritt, A. F. Cooke,
W. E. Herrick, W. W. Hall and T.
S. Southwick; while the Punahou
junior&wcre uoys irom nine 10 mir
tcen years of age. In the first in
nings the married men made one
run to their juvenile opponents'
four. In th second innings Mr.
Herrick while running for first base
on three strikes got out of his course
and collided with Mr. Southwick,
when both fell heavily. Mr. Her
rick's momentum was so great that
he rolled on the ground several feet.
When he got up he was minus his
suspenders, and was cheered voci
ferously. The game was finally won
by the youngsters. The othor games
indulged in were croquet and lawn
tennis, and it was interesting to see
the various groups interspersed here
and there among the shady trees
pla3'ing these games. By three
o'clock the gathering began to dis
perse, having thoroughly enjoyd
the picnic, and all looking forward
to a similar enjoyable festival next
eleventh of June.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Hay and Crrain
To-morrow, June 13,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 91.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public; Auction,
500 Sacks II r nil,
200 Sacks Barley,
200 Bis No. l wimt Hay
C2TA11 in Good Order 1
Eff"All Must be Sold I
JAS. F. MORGAN,
NOTICE is hereby givon, that tho
undersigned has distrained the
goods and chattels of Chung Lung,
Nuuanu street, for arrears ef rent, and
that the said goods and chattels will bo
sold at Public Auction, at the Salesroom
of Jns. F. Morgan, Honolulu, on SATUH.
DAY, Juno lGth, at 10 o'clock a, u, to
satisfy said arrears of rent.
I.IBT OF AIITICLEB:
1 roller, 1 cutter, 1 roller, Ctoolfl, 1 long
cutter, punches and chisels, 1 vise, 1 pipe
holder, 1 square, 3 anvils, 1 sot mallets,
1 pipe cutter, (1 c.c. irons, 2 hummers, 1
wrench, 1 pair cutters, 3 tongs, 1 ehovel.
1 crow bar, 0 duBt pans, 20 dish pans, A
kcttlcB, 4 dishes, 18 kettles, 11 milk pans,
7 milk pans, 0 milk cans, 4 torches.
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
In Pianos !
IN this country, especially whero Ants,
Mice, Moths and Roaches infest
your Piauos to the destruction o.f the
eame, and the annoyancn of all called
upon to use them, it would he well to
place your lastiumcnts in M&. J. W.
YAR,NDLEYTS care, wjio will effec
tually clear them of all destructive in.
sects, etc., and cleanse the strings and
tuning pins Irom rust, oeo to this
before it is too late I
Let Mn. YARNDLEX tun your
Pianos and keep tliejn iu tunc Many
l'ianos EiiU'er. greatly and become worth.
lc3 for need of Intelligent and more
frequent attention iu regard, to the
tfflr Orders received tho office of
the Hawaiian, Ney Co,, Merchant
street, wU bo. promptly attended to,
THE, ONLY LIVE PAPER of
1 Honolulu-"Tho Dally Bulletin."
CO cents per month.
Th Hawaiian Band, TflU giro
publlo concert this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
Overture Light Cavalry Suppo
Duct II Trovatoro Vcrdl
Mlcrcre 11 Trovatorc Vcrdl
Sclcctlou II Trovatoro Vcidl
Mftlanal, Mahlna Malnmnlniua, Llpo
llpo. I'AltT II.
Medley Ye Olden Times Merger
Gavotte Mvrrluirc Bells E aus
A Good Kiss WalUteufel
At 11 o'clock this morning at St.
Andrew's Cathedral, Mr. Frank
Baud Auerbach, the accountant, and
Mist Kathleen Ward Kelly, step
daughter of Captain Benj. U. Whit
ney, were united in marriage. The
ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh in the
presence of only the relatives and
friends of the contracting parties.
The bride was attired in a very
pretty costume of white silk and
was given away by Captain Whit
ney. Miss Lizzie Whitney was
bridesmaid and Mr. R. L. Auerbach,
best man. The Bulletin offers its
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
THE CITY OF PEKING.
The S. S. City of Peking, J. M.
Cavorly commander, arrived this
morning from San Francisco, and
anchored off the bell buoy. She left
S. P. June 4th at 3 p. in. For the
first forty-eight hours had strong N.
W. winds and rougli seas, thence to
port light variable winds and smooth
sea. Passed the Zcalandia Juno
Cth at 7:13 p. m. The City of
Peking brought one Chinese steer
age passenger for this port, and had
in transit for Yokohama, 18 cabin
and 1 steerage, and for Hongkong G
cabin and 88 Chinese steerage pas
sengers. The City of Peking sails
this afternoon between three and
four o'clock for Japan and China
with over two hundred Chinese and
A grand moonlight concert by the
St. Louis College Band and the
Royal Hawaiian Baud combined will
be given Thursday evening next,
June 13th, at Emma Square, the
programme being as follows:
KOYAI. HAWAIIAN BAND I'KOK. H,
March Iiicnzi Wagner
Reminiscences of All Nations.. Godfrey
ST. LOUIS' COLLEGE BAND BRO. TRAN
March Passion Flower Bllso
Overture Silver Bell Schlcpegrell
Waltzes Blue Alsatian Mountains..
Three Native Songs: Mlkloi, Wai Ma
March Vienna Schrammel
Medley Echoes from the Cotton
Waltzes Sonpsjof Heaven Strauss
Musical Smasb.Up Splinters. Rollinson
WHEAT HAY !
Kanaku Ranch, Vaialua,
-FOU SALE BY-
CASTLE & COOKE.
'A fine assortment of
GENUINE HAYANA CIGARS I
Also, a fresh lot ol
LArfto and Small.
Vor Salo in Bond or Duty Paid,
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
tho city, and fitted up in tho moat
approved stylo. Four tables with all tho
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
TEMPLE Of FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
GREAT BARGAINS !
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
.AI? 1.50 A. DPA.IJR.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
JkTF l.SO .A. aPALCJR.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will le
Sold during tho Month of June -
25-PER -CENT-BELOW -COST
Boll Xclopliouc, SO -a
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street,
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, ETE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Caso;
gSOOTOJBC and IRISH "WlilSICY,
In Glais and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Vory Cheap Qualities, as ore wantod ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), alao, BTONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Grin, Sest Brand in. the Market;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Caso. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, te.f
In Fints and Quart ; ,
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Fints and Quarto.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinftuidel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Efc
All oi which will be sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOBT 8TIU2ET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
AgonU for P. Lorillard &. Co.'s Tobaccoi, Je W. 8. Kimball & C.'
Tobaooo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hetl Stoaat.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO-Honoluln, H. I.
THAN EVER -:
tSr Mutual Telephone, 37 1
Sale a Full Asaortmont of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
A DEiLKHH IN-
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