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SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889.
Slmr Kilatira Hon from TTamakua
Schr Mary Foster fiom Walmca
Schr Ko An lloit from Kwa
Kclir Iliilulinxv from Koolnu
Schr Walmalii from Hawaii
, , DEPAnTURES.
11V Ceylon for Sun Fianclsco
X& Ellaueh'ou brought this morn
lrig.rao bgs SJrtgur trom Hawaii.
The tteameiil Ljkellbe, Mikahnla, Mo.
kqlll. WalaleaW and Jamfes Makee will
be due Sunday.
The bark Ceylon, Capt Calhoun, car
ried to Mui KranclSco to-day 1C.3US bgs
sugar, weighing 044 tons nnd valued at
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
There was n good attendance of
both lady and gentlcninn members
at the meeting of the Hawaiian Ca
mera Club yesterday evening. They
met for the first time in their new
quarters on this occasion, having
taken a commodious two-story
house in rear of tho Centrnl House,
Alakea street. One active nnd
three honorary members wore elect
ed, the Inttcr paying a fee of $23
each. Reports were submitted re
specting plans' and cost of fitting up
the quartars. Mr. C. Hedeinann,
president, .called attention to a
hungry looking bookcase in the ball,
and tioped members would contri
bute surplus books from their photo
graphic libraries to its shelves. Mr.
A. V. Richardson, secretary, sub
mitted a blank subscription list in
behalf of the expense of fitting up
the house, and at the close of the
meeting several generous contribu
tions were subscribed.
Dr. Martip, after routine business
had been despatched, delivered an
able lecture on "The Chemistry of
JflicaograpJiy. ' lie remarked in
the introduction that photography
held a higher position than the
mere taking of portraits or land
scapes, or furnishing a livelihood to
a few persons who were neither
artists nor scientists. He gave a
historical resume of the chemical
discoveries that marked the origin
and progress of the science of pho
tography. Then with blackboard
illustrations the doctor explained
the nature of dements and com
pounds entering into tho art, cau
tidning liis hearers against certain
combinations that made dangerous
explosives. A print of the Newton
spectrum was employed in illustra
tion, the lecturer giving a minute
explanation of what has come to be
known regarding the properties of
both the visible and the invisible
rays, with especial reference to tVe
photographic art. A vote of thanks,
moved by Mr. W. M. Giffard, se
conded by Mr. J. P. Brown, was
unanimously tendered to Dr. Mar
tin for his interesting lecture.
When the meeting finally ad
journed Mr, John A. Hassinger
conducted the members through the
house, explaining the plans for its
completion to serve club purposes.
Attorney-General Ashford accom
panied him, making pun-gent re
flections upon the guide's discourse.
Upstairs are a large ball, ladies'
dressing room and other apart
ments. Downstairs two dark rooms
will be provided, with an ante-room
having ,an automatic-closing door,
also' printing and other rooms.
There are about & dozen apartments
altogether in the house, and it will
when finished and furnished be con
venient, comfoi table and commodi
ous in evey respect.
Following is the calendar of cases
for trial at the Special Term, com
mencing on M.onday, June 17th",
1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., Mr. Jus
tice Preston presiding:
J. 33d ward Barry vs. L, Mc
Cully. Assumpsit. Rosa for plain
tiff,' Peterson for defendant.
'2. G. V. Macfarlane Co. vs.
J. S. McCaudless et nl. Assump
sit. Ashford & Ashford for defend
ants.' 3. "W. C. Peacock & Co. vs.
BChts d' Aubien. Assumpsit. Whit
ingfor plaintiffs, Ashford & Ash
ford for defendants.
1. Assignee Bankrupt Estate A.
K. Palekalubi vs. W, C. Peacock.
Trover. Brown for plaintiff, 'Whit
ing for .defendant. .
5. J. F. Bowler vs, Hawaiian
Government. ' J Assumpsit. Hart
well and Whiting for plaintiff, Attorney-General
6. Assigneo Bankrupt Estate W.
H. praenhajgU vs. L. J,. Levey,
Replevin. Ashford & Ashford and
Creighton for plaintiff; Neumann
7. L. Ahlo vs. Antu ct al. As
sumpsit. Castle for plaintiff, V.
V. Ashford for defendants.
8. F. J. Hills vs. J. E. Brown.
Assumpsit. Brown for plaintiff,
Neumann for defendant.
9. Gaspar Sylva vs. W. P. Smith,
administrator with will annexed,
Estate Z. Y. Squires. Assumpsit.
Haitwell for plaintiff, defendant in
10. J. F. "Bowler ys. Hawaiian
poVermneijt. Assumpsit. Ityrtw'ell
apd Wliitiue for plaintiff, Attorney
General for defendant,
11. W, II. Cornwell vs. J. Fer
nandez. Trespass, Neumann for
plaintiff, Ashford & Ashford for do-XtsnUaut.
innai tf neiicm! uciUa
muni ej McnnnriL nnnai
A OOTTAOB on Morohant street noar
Alakea is to lef..
Tiikuk is somo talk around town
of a now ice cdmpatiy being formed.
The Coylon carried a mail to-day
consisting of four loltors nnd ono
I I - I ! . .
A card of thanks from the Chinoso
Commercial Agents appears else
where. Tiik band will play at tho baseball
grounds this afternoon instead of
Any bills against Mrs. C. V.
Bruce should bc-svitt in to Mr; David
Dayton at once.
There will be union service at
Kaumakapili Church Sunday even
ing, at 7 illO o'clock.
Residknts of Kona, Hawaii, report
an earthquake shake-up last Sunday
night, about 0 o'clock.
ii .. i . i
A notice to tho creditors of A. F.
Cooke who liavo proved their claims
will bo found in anotlioi culiunn.
The baseball match this afternoon
between tho Kaniehamohna aud Ha
waiis commences at 3:30 o'clock.
At the Beaver saloon may be seen
a magnificent bunch of grapcB grown
by Mr. Nolle at his residence, Kapio
In our By Authority column is a
notice from the Board of Education
respecting the public school exam
inations and reviews on tho island of
The adjourned annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Mission Society will be
held this evening, at tho residence of
Hon. Henry Watcihouse, at 7:30
A large number of young men
paused and examined the beautiful
stock of fashionable neckwear in M.
Goldbeig's Merchant sheet window
The Kev. E. G. Porter of Lexing
ton, Mass., will deliver a lecture on
"Java" Monday evening, "the 17th
inst.,at the Y. M. C. A. ball. The ad
mission is free.
Tun St. Louis College band tender
their sincere thanks to Mr. J. Steiner
of tho Elite Parlors for tlfo fine treat
he sent them on tho occasion of the
A very pleasant informal dance
took place at tho Myrtle Boat Club
lust evening. About twenty-five
couples were present and dancing
was kept up with much spirit to the
strains of a string band.
Next Tuesday evening, the 18tb
hist., a meeting of the Hawaiian
Yachting and Rowing Association
will be held at the Iolani Club House
at 7 :30 o'clock. A full attendance
of members is requested.
A Chinaman fell from his horse on
the Nuuanu "Valley road Tuesday
afternoon, and was rather badly cut
about the face. His wounds were
dressed by Mrs. A. Kosa and
daughters who saw the man fall.
Thieves were around Mr. Kraft's
premises on tho plains yesterday,
during his absence in town. They
got into a small room leading from
the back veranda and carried off a
new pair of pants and also a coat.
On account of tho graduating ex
ercises of Oahu College next Thurs
day evening, the 20th, the meeting
of American citizens in refuicnce to
the observance of the Fourth of July
will be held Friday evening, the 21st.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Adjourned annual meeting Hawai
ian Mission Children's Society, at
Auction sale at store of Egan'&
Co., Fort street, by J. F. Morgan.
Blue Ribbon entertainment at Y.
M. C. A. hall at 7:30(p. m. ,
EVENTS ON MONDAY. ,
Opening 'of special term of Su
preme Court at 10 a. m.
' Jleptipg of Boretam'a street, pro
perty owners at Chamber of Com
merce room at 11 a. m.
Lecture at Y. M. C. A. hall at
7:30 p. hi. by Rev. 15. G. Porter.
OPIUM SMOKERS CAUGHT.
Deputy Sheriff Hopkins of Ewa
visited the railroad oamp in that dis
trict this morning and arrested two
Chinese while smoking opium. They
had a tin and a half of opium in
possession. The two men Were
brought to town and tried before
Police Justice Foster, who sentenced
them each to pay a fine of 850 and
be imprisoned at hard labor for 48
THIS EVENINC'S SALE.
One pf tbe most important sales
announced in a long while is that
this evening, at the store of Egau &
Co., Fort street, commencing at 7
o'clock. It is important from the
fact that these who attend will be
sure to obtain a superior stock of
goods at ridiculously low prices, as
everything must be sold and there
will bo no reserves. It is a chanco
that rarely offers itself in this com
munity, Mr. J. F. Morgan is tho
auctioneer and ho will offer on this
occasion ladies' underwear, h'pslery,"
lace's, fancy scarfs and ties, dress
goods, silks, velvets', geut's furnish'
ing goods, clothing, bats, shoos, oto,
Mrs. Slimdiet (boarding-houso
keeper)-Isn't this coffeo just a, leetle
thin? Cook I ain't made the cof
fee yet, mum ; that's wator,
wwfet mwwm i oo.yutt n Im
A FATA), AQQIUEHT,
A ni-nylng Tcaui Uauu ,VM-nj-..A
Between four nnd live o'clock
yesterday afternoon, a Chinaman
named Kltin Wa Pan, who owned a
tenm of large horses and a heavy
dray, had been delivering a load of
old lumber near the store of Quong
Hip Luon on King street beyond tho
Chlncso Theatre. He got up In the
driver's seat and was turning the
horses around to go away when they
shied at two barrels of flour stand
ing on the sidewalk and clashed off
towards town at a lively rate. They
had only gone a few yards when tbe
driver was thrown out of his" scat to
the reins. He managed to get on
the dray again, but in passing the
Chinese Theatre was again thrown
to the ground aud having tho reins
in his hand was dragged a consider
able distance. Finally the reins got
out of the Chinaman's hand anil one
of the hind wheels of the dray went
over his bead. He tried to raise himself
up but fell back and lay on the ground
moaning until assistance came. Ho
was taken to his home but died
about half-past eight o'clock in the
evening. The team kept on until
the biidgc was reached when the
dray struck a telephone ppst with
considerable force. The concussion
caused it to swing round, and in do
ing so it struck one of the horses,
breaking one of its hind logs. It
was soon afterwards shot by Capt.
An inquest was held this morning
on the body of Klim Wa Pan by Co
roner Hopkins before the following
jury: A. II. Raseuiann, F. 15.
Nicholls, M. Davis, S. M. Ka
makau, Waakakuli and Kahuakai,
who returned a verdict that Wa Pau
came to his death by purely acci
dental injuries by being run over by
his two horse dray, the wheel of said
dray passing over the back part of
deceased's head. The jury think said
Wa Pau's companions and relatives
who were with him at the time of his
death should be severely censured
for neglect of summoning a physi
cian to attend to said Wa Pau's in
juries. BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
this evening at the Y. M. U. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. Following is the pro
gramme; Pinuo Solo Miss Lottie Paimilec
Reading Hon. S. 1$. Dole
Song Miss Millie Buekwlth
Heading Mis Sm.ili I)ailii)ton
Sons: Mis. J. F. ltiowti
Address Rev. E. G. Bcckwlth
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Rev. E. G. Porter of Lexington,
Mass., will speak upon Gospel Woik
in India, at the morning scrvioe to
morrow. At the evening service
President W. C. Men itt w ill deliver
the anniversarj' discourse before
the students of Oahu College.
Saturday, June 15th.
Kane (k) and Becky loana,
charged with adultery, pleaded
guilty. Tbe former was fined $30,
the latter $15. Costs SI. 50 each.
AN EDITOR'S GRACEFUL BACKDOWN.
Last week we announced that we
were going on the trail of J. B. Da
Yis, tbe Apache avenue grocer, aud
that this week's issue would contain
an expose calculated to startle the
community. AVe had over a column
of it in type when Mr. Davis called
at the Kicker office and subscribed
for the paper and gave us a column
'l'ad" for a year. Mr. Davis is not
only a genial, whole-souled gentle
man, worthy of a place in our best
society, but an enterprising, go
ahead citizen who is a credit to tho
whole State. Arizona Kicker.
ANY bills againt tho undersigned
slioidd Ijo sent in at once to Duvhl
Dayton, King street.
27Q 2t Mrs. C. W. BRUCE.
ANB.VT Cotlaco on Mcr
chant street, near Aln
koa. Apply to
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands At Chambers.
UhPOIlK Mil. JUSTICE rilESTON.
IN tho matter of tho Hankruptcy of
A. P. Cooko. Ordi-r on petition of
Bankrupt for dlsohargo from his debts.
Upon-reailliiL' and (Mine tho petition
of AMOS FRANCIS COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, Ouliu, allowing Unit more than six
months have elapsed since ho was itdju.
dlcnted a bankrupt and praying for a
dUchargo from. nil his debts.
ll Is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A. D 1880, at 10 a. m. of
tlmt day, at tho Court Boom in Alllolnnl
Hale, Honolulu, bq and Is heroby np.
pointed tho tiroo and place for hearing
of mid petition when and where all cre
ditors who have proved their claims
ivcaliibt ! id Uunkrupt may upnear and
show cause it any they have why tu,o
prayer of said Bankrupt should not bo
And it is further ordered that notice
bo given by advertisement In the Daily
Bullkiin, published in said Honolulu,
for two vrccka, of tho mo utd place of
such hearing and that tho Clerk of the
Supremo Court mull notices of tho time
and place of such hearing to all ere
dltors of said Uunkrupt who have proved
JtiBticu Supi eme Court.
Attest: Au'iiEi) W. Oaiitiui,
Second Deputy CIcjIc.
Dated Honolulu, June W, 1839, 270 td
ONLY $2 Per Gallon. Rich, finest
flavored and positively miro Ico
Cream at F. Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory and Bakery, Established 18f3.
Both Telephones No. 74. 272 lw
MT H CM PSO N , Attornoy& Conn.
sclor at Law, comer Fort and
Mcichnnt streets, Honolulu, alvcs writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions appllcablo to tho facti of the cases
tatrd lo him, and also opinion as to tho
piobablo result of legal proceedings.
New Books 1 Hew Books 1
THE UNDEU3IGNED HAVE
A largo consignment of the
ENGLISH, FINCH AND
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These BOOKS are ottered at
Very Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will ho
furnished to those desir
SST Country Orders Solicited"
Borders & Decorations,
A. Lnrfifo 3L,ot
Xiatoat Stylos !
JiBt llcoolvcd !
And for sale at reduced prices.
Claippe Cider !
A Delicious Bummer Drink t
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen.
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
207 29 Merchant Street. lm
Frank B, Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
Sronice at J. E. Brown & Co., Mur.
chant street. P. O. Box No. 409. Bell
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephono
No. 800. y53 lm-89 4t
A. line assortment of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS !
Also, a fiesh lot ot
Largo and Small.
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid.
M. 8..Crinbtaum & Co.,
354 queen Street. lm
JUttS II. lift.
Per "Royal Alice"
135 days from Liverpool.
Large, Varied & Selected Stock.
Wicker Ware, Etc.
A full line.
Men nil Glassware !
A large assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Oils ! Oils !
IBollcd fc Raw Linseed, Castor.
Paints & Zinc I
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
f rypans, Etc., Etc.
IRON ! IRON !
Corrugated & Plain.
TIN WARE !
In all varieties.
Fence Wire !
Patent Btcel liarbsdj
Bedsteads of Iron,
Of all varieties, always in stock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
May 7 1 HONOLULU. 1889 '
" TEMPLE OF FASHION;
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of Wliitc & F
Torchong Laoes, Oriental Laees." "j.
Also, Large Lines of Lace TnffliBiDS !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
63? Immense JEed.iotio:ix "531
Great Bargains can be obtained by calling at tho Tcraplo of Fashion forittws
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
Dec-1-88 Corner Hotel & Fort Street.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will he
Sold during the Month of June
AT -25-PER -CENT-BELOW -POST
Boll Telephone, SO -a 8QT Mutual Tolopliono, 371
HAWAIIAN WINE CO.,
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale a Full Assortment ol-
All Brands of American Whiskie'si,
BOTOBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH ana XECISJBL WHISKY,
In Qlass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanUd ;
GINS', in Large & Small Bottl;J
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Giii, Best Brand In tho MarLcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT.!,
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of .. .i X
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,,
In Pints and Quarts ; ' ' ;' fy
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts. "Q
Bitters, Xiiquers AlishitUe, y,ym
Apollinuri Wator, Kummetaf
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfuudol, Malugu, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Ete,
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs oVGhemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agonti for P. Lorillard A Co.'i Tobaccos, &, W. S. Kimball & Co, '
Tobacoo and Cigarette!. .
Aerated Water Work - 78 Hotel &tret
& CO Honolulu, H.I.
THAN EVER -&:-
AT LOWEST RATES by
A DKALKKB IN-
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