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FRIDAY, .1UN1J H, 1889.
, ,, ARRIVALS.
ff June 14
Btihr W G Hnll from Hawaii and Maul
Bkttio W II Dimond for Ban Francisco
nt 11 a m
Ugtno Cousuelo for San Francisco at
Stmr 0 II Bishop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolim at 0 a in
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.VVE8SELS LEAVING T&'MOnROW.
Bit, Ceylon for San, Francisco
' From San Fradcjeco, per bk S C Al
len, June 13 Mrs S F Graham anil 2
dhlldreu, Sir Carter, wife and 2 chil
dren, M Toms.
For Kauai per stmr .Tas Nakee. June
13-W E IJowell, W Eassle, Mr Hunt
ley, G Muudon, Mr Garaton, N Putty jr,
and PA llodauet.
For San Francisco per bgtne Con
suelo, June 14 II .1 Crocker.
From Hawaii and way ports, Juno 14
H F Glade, W Turner, Mrs Kahana
nul. A C Pcstann. Mrs D Machado, Mis
Nahaolehia and ohlldreu, Mrs Clulz
and child, M K ICuohokalolo and wife,
Li Chcunj; and 0" deck.
SHIPPING NOTES. ''
The Oceanic Company's barkentlne
V H Dlmond. apt. K. 1'. Drew, hailed
at 11 o'clock this morning for San Fran
cisco with 8003 bgs sugar. 2C00 bgs rice,
1B0 bbls molasses, 220 hnclis bananas,
300 empty beer kegs, 1 case cotton
goods. Domrstic value, 8SS.002. For
eign value, 9415.77.
The bgtne Consuelo, Capt Kobertson,
left her dock at 2 b'clock this afternoon
for baft 1- ranclsco with 5,932 bgs of su
gar, 800 b.s of rice, 125 buchs bananas
and 251 empty beer kegs. Domestic
value, G4,77U.liO, Iorcigu value, $251.
The stmr W G Hall brought CG42 bgs
ar, 49 bgs awa, 31 bgs coffee.70 pkgs
es, G9 pkgs unds, 21) hd cattlo and lit
VAX SLYKE At Ann Arbor, Michi
gan, May 2Glh, to the wife of Professor-Van
Slyke, a son, which was1
named Lawrence Prcscott.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. F. MORGAN.
At 10 o'clock a.m., sit salesrooms,
regular cash sale, when will be of
fered 2, large assortment of goods,
including clothing, boots and shoes,
flour, potatoes, coin, also mattras
ses, tables, parlor set,buggy, brake,
harness, and two horses.
At 7 o'clock in the evening at the ,
store of Jigan & Oo., a large assort
ment of ladies' underwear, hosiery,
laces, scarfs, dress goods, gent's
furnishing goods, etc.
HOW THEY STAND.
The fallowing table shows the
standing' of the clubs of the Nation
al League and American Associa
tion up to June 3d.
New York 17
William H. Burgess, of Alexan
dria.'Va., is one of tho few men
now living who have looked upon
the face of Washington. He is
seventy years of age apd haying
been employed as an apprentice in
building Wasbjngton's new tomb in
186, was one 'of those wbq wor'p
present when the coflin lid was rais
ed at the transference of the body
from the old tomb to the new ono,
He has described the scene as fol
lows in an interview:
"It was decided to open Wash
ington's coflin, and when it had
been conveyed to the new tomb the
lid was raised. A number of peo
ple were present and stood in
breathless silence while the work;
men extracted the rusty screws.
"When the top of the coflin had
been lifted I looked iu. The body
was apparently perfectly preserved,
the features of the face were com
plete, and there was nothing to in
dicatq t-he length of tinje which tie
liacf been' dead. Tho exposure to
the air had its immediate effect. In
a mjuute or two the body suddenly
collapsed, and shrank into an al
most unrecognizable form.
"Other than this my recollections
are very indistinct. I do not re
member how tho body was dressed
or anything further about it. The
features, as I recollect them, wero
ke the pictures 1 haye seen,"
The City of.Peking took to China
and. Japan Juno 12th from the Post
Olnce 2,498 letters and 112 pack
ages of papers. Tho following mail
was despatched to-day for the Coast:
per W, H. Dimond 98 letters j per
Cousuelo 901 Utters and 372 pack
age? papers. ' ' '
uiDfti a mmhi mw
Major Cornwall's raoo horses have
been shipped to Maui.
Mits. S. F. Graham returned from
a fourteen months' visit on the Coait,
by tho bark S. C. Allen.
A Chinusi: prisoner from ICiui was
brought on tho W. G. Hull to servo
out a sentence for opium smoking.
A mketino of the Hawaiian Camera
Club will bo held this ovening at its
now quarters, Alnkcn sheet at 7:30
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Frank Davis has bcun committed
for trial to tho next term of Supremo
Court,. on a olmrgo.of laiccnyjy tlui.
Mk. P. L. Barrington has no con
nection with the Bulletin, and his
friends will please stop sending mes
sages for him to this oflice.
The W. G. Hall arrived at 3 o'clock
this afternoon from Maui and Ha
waii. Purser Simerson reports line
weather all along the route.
A connKsi'ONDENTof tho Ansocialod
Press was a through passenger on the
City of Peking, en route to China, to
Write up particulars of tho prevailing
Owners of racing stock will Unci
elsewhere a notice from tho Hawniian
Jockey Club, respecting tho nomina
tions for the Futurity stakes of 1891,
and the Hawaiian Derby of 1892.
A gentleman writes from San
Francisco that in riding out to
Golden Gate Park ono Sunday, ho
inet Mrs. Thiele and her daughter
dressed in the very height of fashion.
Some of the Myrtle Boat Club
boys went out shark fishing beyond
the reef, but several of them becom
ing dreadfully sea sick, they ".pulled
for the shoro" after being out a very
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will hold an adjourned an
nual meeting this evening, at 7 :30
o'clock, at tho Residence of Hon.
Henry Waterhouse, for the transac
tion of business.
On Monday next, at 11 o'clock a.
m., there will be a meeting of Beic
tania street property owners, to con
sider the question of widening Bere
tania street, between Punchbowl and
Tun Court did not return from
Maui on the Hall, tho calendar not
yet being completed. The civil case
of Cornwell vs. Fernandez.commenc
ed on Tuesday, was not finished up
to this morning.
At tho monthly meeting of the
Myrtle Boat Club held Wednesday
evening, Messrs. Hartwell and Cron
were elected members. At the next
meeting in July, the election of
oflicers will be held.
All citizens of tho United States
resident in Honolulu, are invited to
attend a meeting at the Hotel next
Thursday ovening, at 8 o'clock, to
make arrangements for the observ
ance of the glorious Fourth.
Louis Magoney, who was shot by
J. It. Kobertson at Waialua several
months ago and lost his arm, left on
the W. II. Dimond this morning.
There are some ugly rumors around
town in connection with Magoney's
Yesterday was the th anni
versary of the birth of Mr. J. M.
Monsarrat the lawyer. In the even
ing a number of his friends gave him
a dinner in honor of the event, at
the British Club, which was a most
The Temple of Fashion has an
important notice in this issue. On
next Monday will commenco a clear
ing out sale of flfhite and, fancy cm
broideries, laces, lace trimmings, and
it is pretty safe to say that great bar
gains can be obtained.
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Mb. M. Goldberg has just opened
out a splendid assortment of gout and
calf shoes with heavy and light soles,
also fancy silk overshirts, a very
superior article. Gentlemen will do
well to give him an early call, so as
not to lose the opportunity of obtain
ing some of these goods.
The schoonei Addic C, Hasseltine,
that sometimes called hero, parted
hcrchains during a uortheily galound
went ashore, March 19th, on the
Island of Ebon, and was totally
wrecked. Tho oflicers and crew weio
saved and arrived in San Francisco
May 20 on IheschoouorH. L.Tiernan
from the Marshall Islands.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Service at St.Andrew's Cathedral,
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 Im. O. R,
M., at 7.30,
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council No. 089 A. L.
Meeting Hawaiian Camera Club
Adjourned annual meeting Hawai
ian Mission Children's Society, at
Baseball match Kameliamebas Vs,
JJawaiis at Makiki grounds, at 3 ;30
Blue Ribbon entertainment at Y.
M. C. A. hull at 7:30 p. 111.
An Ohio man is mayor of the big
new Oklahoma boom town, a daily
newspaper is conducted by Ohio
men, and the remainder of the Ohio"
men who failed' to get'laui tlierpex
pbci tp get postoiuces,
AXfcv iWfeimr jcwmi, .'. $ ror u. um,
THJ QOMBIHPO QQHOBHT,
Fine JMiiatc anil nit Immense Crowd
Never has Emma Square aud pre
cincts contained so many people as
on the occasion of tho combined
concert last evening by the Royal
Hawaiian and the St. Louis College
bands. Every seat in the square
was occupied, hundreds sat on the
grass, while the rond around tho
square was crowded with private
carriages. It was n beautiful
The programme opened with two
selections by tho Hawaiian band,
the first, llienzi March, being mag
niilcently played. It is really nqt
necessary to make' any" comment on
th playing of our band.
The St. Louis College band, 25
pieces, under direction of Bro'ther
Francis, then took the stand. The
boys looked very well in their neat
uniforms of black with blue and
gold trimmings. They played three
selections, the Silver Bell Overture
probably carrying off the palm. It
is really surprising how wcl' they
play together, and there certainly
is the greatest credit due to Bro.
Francis for tho state of perfection
he has brought them to. The Over
ture in question was excellently
played, and the immense audience
showed its appreciation by frequent
and piolongcd applause. It is to
be hoped that the band will make its
appearance at the square again, for
its playing last evening was thor
After three native songs by tho
Hawaiian band boys, which were
vociferously applauded, the last one
being encored, the second part of
the programme was commenced, the
two bands combining and number
ing in all 08 pieces. Bandmaster
Berger conducted the first two
pieces and Bro. Francis the others.
There was a line volume of tone
from the two bands, the Vienna
March being grandly played. The
Musical Smash-up, in which lire
crackers were used, was re-demand
ed and responded to. The playing
of the two bands together was a fine
treat, and the large audience went
home about ten o'clock more than
satisfied with the evening's enter
tainment. VOICE CULTURE.
Following are a few hints for the
guidance of all interested in the art
of cultivating the yoice with a view
to health, correct speaking, reading
As the general public good is at
heart in the appended suggestions,
I have thought it well to begin with
the public schools, where singing
forms one of the studies and where,
if properly taught, it will develop
in the many, health, refinement and
First, attention should be directed
to the careful use of the voice, not
to overstrain the tender and delicate
vocal organs, observing at the same
time, in all vocal exercises or songs,
a clean attack upon the tone to be
produced as well as on the words of
the song. The youngest scholar
may be taught this to his or her
lasting benefit in speech, reading or
singing and in health to throat and
Socoudly. The a,ge of most pupils
in the higher grade's of schools ren
ders extreme caution in the treat
ment of their voices, not only a
duty out sacred obligation, it is
thought that boys' voices only re
quire especial care during this tran
sition, commonly known as chauging
or breaking of the voice. This is a
great mistake and has led to much
loss of voice and health. Just as im
portant though not sp, noticeable
changes occur' in tho nature and
quality of the female voice. Girls
from the age of twelve to sixteen or
sevonteen years of age require es
pecial management, since not suffer
ing like a boy from an almost abso
lute impossibility to sing thoy arc
likely to oyer-cxoit themselves to
tho lasting injury of both health and
voice. When parents and especially
teachers are belter acquainted with
these facts, they will understand the
necessity of not baoriflcing such
young tenipoiarlly diseased-voices
to the desire of exhibiting the at
tainments of their children or show
ing off classes. Another cause of
injury proceeds from the desire of
many female pupils to sing the
highost part first soprano. This
mistake lias in many instances done
serious injury, causing permanent
loss of voice. The only way to
remedy this evil, is for the teacher
to examine occasionally the pupil's
VOice. J. W. yAKXIH.EV.
Tjihhsdav, June 13th.
Ah Sing and Ah Ilin for having
opium unlawfully in possession were
each lined blOO and sentenced to
six months' imprisonment at hard
F. Davis charged with house
breaking wus remanded to tho 14th.
Simon Topis was fined $5 with
81.90 costs for furious and heedless,
Marcus Cullmrn was charged with
hindering, opposing, and molesting
oflicers of the Customs while iu the
execution of their duty. Fined 80
with M costs.
A nol. pros, was entered against
Mike HarVcy, charged with, the
FniDAr, Juue 14th.
Wilson, charged vitld,rinkeancsa,
forfeited bail of SO.
Frank Davis, charged with larceny
In. tlie second degree, was commit
ted for trial to the Supreme Court,
Tho Annual .1Ieetln(i-..Qood Work
of tho Year---A cJoodly Dntnneo
The thirty-seventh annual meet
ing of the Stranger's Vriend So
ciety was held yesterday afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. 11. Corn
well, Judd street, twontj'-four ladies
being present. Mrs. J. M. Damon,
the worthy President, presided.
Last year's oflicers were all re-elected
for tho ensuing year. They are
President Mrs. J. M. Damon
Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh
Second .Vice-President". . :
Mrs. T. H. Hobt'on
Secretary Mrs. S. ,M. Damon
Treasurer Mrs. W. F. Allen
Directress Mrs. S. H. Dowsett
Reports from the President, Se
cretary and Treasurer were heard.
Letters were read from different
parties, thanking the Society for
help and assistance, while others
asked for help. The society tins
during the past year spent $831.98.
It has in hand SG0U, besides S550 in
the Postal Savings bank. It was decid
ed to tako S450 of the money in hand
(8609) and place it in the Postal
Savings bank, nmk'im; an even 81,
000 in that institution.
During the past year several do
nations were received : $50 from
Hon. C. R. Bishop on the 30th an
niversary of the bank that bears his
name, $50 from Mrs. C. M. Cooke,
S35.25 from Washington Irving
Bishop, and many others of smaller
About one hundred cases had
been helped during the year ended
May 31st. At the request of the
French Consul, a Frenchman was
buried by the society. Fourteen
patients had been cared for in the
Queen's hospital as follows: Ame
ncan 1, English 3, Irish 3, Norwe
gian 1, Germans 2, Japanese 1, Por
tuguese 1, Australian 1, Mexican 1.
For a long time the society cared
for a Norwegian, his wife and seven
children. Tho man was sickly and
could not work. Another case was
that of a little Norwegian girl who
was threatened with total blindness.
The society placed her in the hos
pital and through the skill of the
medical staff of that institution has
recovered her eyesight and is per
After the business meeting the
members of tho society sat down to
an excellent tea, at the invitation of
In the evening a social was held
which was attended by a large num
ber of prominent society people,
many gentlemen being present. The
interior of the magnificent house,
more particularly the drawing-room,
was most exquisitely decorated with
loveiy uowers. me suruupery in
the spacious grounds was also the
subject of much admiration. Tho
visitors as they arrived received a
cordial welcome from Mrs. Widdi
fleld, who was assisted in receiving
by Miss Blanche Cornwell. The
evening was spent in social conver
sation. Refreshments were served,
and everyone went away thoroughly
charmed at having spent such a de
Port Surveyor F. Turrill this
morning seized five tins of opium
stowed among loose sails on top of
the forecastle of the barkentine S.
G. Wilder. The tins were sewed
up in an oblong package of canvas,
a very convenient form for smug
gling ashore in wide sleeve or under
a coat. Qf course nobody claimed
ownership of the contraband goods.
They are a risky property to hold in
Workmen, in th,o employ,, of the
Tramways Company, in excavating
on ground of the Bishop estate at
Paiama, haye uncovered graves in
the burying ground there, exposing
colllns and bones. I,t is reported
that these remains are handled not
only with gross carelessness but
treated with indignity, even to the
extent of robbing corpses of jewelry.
There is a sanitary side to the mat
tor of taking earth from a grave
yard to put upon the public roads,
which the Board of Health should
consider and act upon promptly.
Ill II I .'V I.I.I i gg
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
to-morrow eveniug at the Y. M, 0. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. Following is the pro
gramme: Piano folo Miss Lottio Parmalee
Heading Hon. S. 11. Dole
Song Miss JIllIleBeekwith
Ktiullng. , ......Miss Sarah Darlington
Song Mis. J, F, Hiown
Allure Rev. E. G. HecUvlth,
AR. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllcu and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
blrcuts. Hclentlllc treatment in all dis
eases of domestic animals. Orders for
plantation and ranch htock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 354,
P. O.RoxS'JO. mh.18.89
PASTURE i;or llORSE
AT Halekou, Kancohe, Koolaupoko,
b53 acres of good pasture land, all
enclosed plenty of water. Apply to
Charles I. lllram, at tho K hip's BluLleb,
Honolulu, or at Halekou, tch-28 8!My
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertim) It in tlie 'D.ally Jiulleun."
(3 Per Gallon,
J flavored and positively pure Ice
Cream at F. Horn's Pioneer Steam Cnndv
Factory and IJakcry. Established 1E03.
Both Telephones No. 74. 272 lw
M THOMPSON, Attorney A Conn.
sclor at Law', corner Fort and
Merchant streets, Honolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to tho facts of tho cases
stated to lilm, anil also opinion as to tho
probable result of legal proceedings.
ON Kinif street near the turning to
Walktki, a Hunch of 12 Flat Keys
on a rlnc. A reward of 5 will lie
.given to any person returning said Keys
10 mis omce. via ii
RS. MONROE, ladles' nurse, kas
removed to No. !5, ICukul lane.
HEAD THIS I
WE take I'hotns for $5 per dozen,
and are selling fine island views
for $ 2 ftO per dnr.c.1, with tho very best
llnish J. A. GONSALVES,
200 lm 12U Fort fctrcet.
New Books ! New Books !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of the
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These BOOKS are ofl'cred at
Very Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will be
furnished to those desir
S&" Country Orders Solicited"!
HAWAIIAN" HEWS Comp'F
STYLES lid QUALITIES !
A Delicious Summer Drink I
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen.
Tahiti Lomonado Works
J. E. BROWN & Go.,
2071 29 Merchant Street. lm
Frank B. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
efiy-Ofllco at J. K. Brown & Co., Mor.
chant street. V. U. Box No. 40U. Bell
Telephone No. 173 Mutual Telephone
No. 800. 253 lm-89 4t
A flue iifsortmeut o(
GENUINE HAYANA CIGARS !
Also, a Jiesh lot of
Largo and Small.
For Sale la Bold or Huts Paid.
Crinbaum & Co.,
Queen Street. lm
w - w
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laees, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Trimmings !
WILL HE CLOSED OUT AT AN
13 Iiuanieiie H-ecUiotioix f
Great Baigains can bo obtainod by calling at the Temple of Fashion for tho
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will ue
Sold during tlie Mouth of Juno
AT -25- PER -CEMT- BELOW -COST
Bell Telephone, f0 -a 4"" IWCiiUinl Telephone, 31
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH ana IlfcXSBL WJEtJLSICY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GBNS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE -JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, JBcst Strand In the Mar-lie t ;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT I
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarta;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Bints and Quarto.
Bitters, Iiiquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziufumlol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc.Et,
All of which will ho Hold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOIIT MTKEKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agenti for P. Lorillard it Oo.'i Tobacco, & W. 8. KimUll fc Co.'i
Tobaooo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water "Worka - 73 Hotel Streak
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
THAN EVER -:
Sale n Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST BATES by