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MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1889.
Stmr Mokolil from Molokni
Stmr Wulalcnlo from Knunl
Btmr .las Mnkco from Kauai
Stmr Mlkaliala from Kauai
Stmr Llkellke from Maui
Dktno John Worstcr 07 days from New
castle, N 8 W
" ' -" I
Selir Luka for Kohnlfl.
Sclir Mary for Hanalel -Stmr
Mokolil for Molqkal
Stuir Llkellko for Maul at C p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu at 9am
Stmr Kllauea Hou for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr T G Hall for Labalna, llaalaen,
JCoua. Kau and tho Volcano at 1U
o'clock a in
Stmr Mlkaliala lor Kauai at 0 p m
Btmr Walaleale for Kauai at 5 p m
Prom Maul and Hawaii, per stmr
Llkellke, June 10 Mr Justice MeCully,
Mrs L A Andrews, Paul Neumann, A
Schmidt, A.P Peterson, J L Kaulukou,
H G Troadway, T Campbell, A Kuimlll
111 and daughter, O F Horner, A ltosa,
Jas Cowau, Mrs Cockett, Mrs Kogers,
Mrs II NUun, J H Stelllng, AY G Cook,
V? B Keauu, J W Kalua, Alona, Mrs S
G Wilder, Apuua and 41 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mlkaliala, June
10 E 0 Macfarlane, G D Greeth, C L
Uritto, C Koelllug, Kcv E G Poitcr,
Mrs S W WIlcoxMlssesElla and Elsie
"Wilcox, Mrs II Iseuberg, 2 Chinese and
From Moloka! per stmr Mokolii, June
10 J Moorhcad.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makee,
Juno 1C E G Falrchlld and 43 deck.
The Waialeale brought Sunday 2,950
bags ot sugar, ami the Llkellke U0 pkgs
The schooner Mary E Foster brought
1408 bags of sugar from Kauai June
The steamer Mlkaliala brought June
16th from Kauai 2,329 bags sugar, 19
head cattle, 79 sheep, 50 bags pla. and
The steamer Mokolil brought Sunday
from Molokai 500 bags sugar, 15 head
cattle, G calves, and 142 sheep, 110 of
which wcro from Lauai.
The Kinau is due Wednesday morn
ing. The W G Hall sails at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning for Maui and Hawaii.
Tho brig J D Spreckels arrived at
Kahulul June 18th, 14 days from San
Francisco with a miscellaneous cargo
of merchandise, including 195 bbls
flour,- 3000'lbs codlish, 173 etls barley,
400 galls kerosene, 870 lbs- tobacco and
11 bbls salniQii. She sails again for San
Fiancisco'bn the 21st with a full cargo
The Hawaiian bark James A King,
Capt Berry.urrived at Kahulul June 12lh
14 days from San Francisco with mer
chandise valued at $1822, including 200
M shingles. She returns the 18th witli
The barkeutine John "Worster arrived
this morning G7 days from Newcastle,
N S W., with 825 tons of coal. She is
anchored in the stream.
- III JL . ill
In Honolulu, June 15th,
the wife of F,
L. Miner, M. D.
MISSION CHILDREN'S SOCIETY.
On Saturday evening the adjourn
ed annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Mission Children's Society was held
at the i residence of Hon. Henry
Waterhouse, Nuuanu Avenue. The
Rev. W, B: Oleson presided. For
nearly two hours proposed changes
in the constitution were discussed.
Finally a committee was appointed
to report atthe next meeting. The
appropriations for the ensuing year
were increased $500 making a total
After business His Ex. II. A. P.
Carter spoke of the v pleasure in
visiting tho islands again and of the
good times he had with the society
in years past. Mrs. Carter also
gavei a tayt." remarks, urging the
members not to change the consti
tution. SUPREME COURT-SPECIAL TERM.
1 . BEFORE 1'UESTON, J.
Monday, June 17th.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.
Nos. 3 and i 1 on the calendar were
made jury waived.
W. C. Peacock & Co. vs. Bents d
Aubren. Assumpsit. W. A. Whit
ingfor plaintiffs, Asliford & Ash
ford for defendant. Partly heaid
and further continued.
At 1 :30 this afternoon the case of
G. W. Macfarlane & Co. vs. W. Mo
Candless commenced before a for
Monday, Juno 1 7th.
Five drunks had to pay $6 each.
Sam llolburn was ilned $25 for
assault and battery on Kaai.
Several' other cases were con
tinued. There are children alive who will
see, or at all events may see, "the
North American Republic" with a
population of 200,000,000 ; and the
idea of incurring the enmity of such
a power is as appalling as the idea of
fighting Russia would be, Bay, to
Italy or .Spain, America could be
met only by a confederation of
Europe, which, without some great
change of circumstances, would be
impossible, or possible only if all
Europe felt it to bo dangerous to
put up with the treatment one power
was receiving. Loudon Spectator.
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A flor-n lookot Is nilvcrtiBeil ns loBt.
Tin: Stars and Hawnits nluy next
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A Micno-pholographio nppnratus is
ofTorcd for Bale.
Mn. .lustino MeCully presides nt
Olnunbcis tliis week.
The band gives its usual concert
at Emma Square this evening.
Tin: family of Dr. l.undy tho den
tist como on tho S. S. Umatilla due
MESsns. Egan & Co. announce-their
"third and last call." Head it in an
The Bulletin baseball nine have
challenged the Advertiser nine for u
game to bo played July 4th.
Rev. S. L. Desha of Hilo preached
a very able sermon at Kauiuakapili
church Sunday evening before n largo
The annual examination of tho
East Maui Seminary will take place
Thursday, June 27th, commencing at
9 :30 a. m.
Theiie was some yacht racing at
Pearl Harbor yesterday. The freight
schooner Rainbow cleared out some
of the fast ones.
A special meeting of the stock
holders of E. O. Hall & Son will be
held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
at the company's office.
Mns. A. F. Judd presided at the or
gan at Central Union church yester
day, Mr. Myion Jones enjoying a va
cation in the country.
Mn. and Mrs. G. P. Wilder leave
Kahului to-morrow on tho Hawaiian
bark James A. King to bo absent
three months in the States.
The Tramways Company opened
their lines from the Esplanade to Nu
uanu street second bridge, and to Ka
nichameha School, this morning. The
time table appears clsowhore.
Tni8,evening at 7 :30 o'clock Rov.
E. G. Porter will deliver a lecture at
the Y. M. C. A. hall on " Java." It
will be a raro treat, admission free,
and there should be a large audience.
On "Wednesday the water will be
shut off from 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. on
Liliha, Judd, School and Emma
streets, King street west of Liliha,
and Nuuanu above the second bridge.
"When a fellow is struck on the
back of tho neck by a flying boom,
all his interest in yachting is im
mediately knocked out. So says one
of the boys who went sailing in the
yacht Spray the other day.
The following, noticed in a young
lady's autograph album, was evi
dently written by the spirit of the
late departed L. Montgomery :
"Of what to writo I canuot think,
My neck is stiff, I have a kink."
The Hicks-Sawyers Colored Min
strels will give a season cf four nights
at the Opera House, commencing
June 2'Jth. The box plan for season
tickets is now open, while the plan
for seemed seats opens Thursday,
June 27th, at 9 a. m.t at the office of
L. J. Levey.
A large congregation was present
at the Central Union church Sunday
morning to hear Rev. E. G. Porter
speak on Indian missions. It was an
exceedingly interesting discourse. In
the evening Rev. W. C. Merritt deliv
ered the anniversary sermon before
the students of Oaliu College.
It is just as Mr. N. S. Sachs says
in anothor column, the glorious
Fourth is approaohing. Howover,
that has nothing tb do with tho fact
that his store is the only place where
the Spar sailor hat can bo obtained.
This is tho very latest style and every
lady should have ono. Then he has
latest stylo of yoke "hats and boys'
shirt waists in all styles.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at G:30and 7:15.
Public band concert at Emma
Lecture on Java at l . M. C. A.
hall at 7 :30, by Rev. E. G. Porter.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, June 15th.
Won. Lost. Played
Komchamchas , . 3 1 t
Stars 11 2
Hawaii 11 2
Honolulu 2 1 3
Kaiulanis 0 3 3
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7 :80 o'clock. Followiug is the pro
Introduction Carmen , , . .Bizet
Ovej Hire Struggle for Foituue. .Buppo
Selection Krnanl (..., Verdi
Nal Muriumi. Ko Lei. Lei Aloliu.
Medley Itouquet of Melodies, (new)
WalU Danube Waves. ...... .Ivanovlcl
Muzuika PosUCrlptum.. Milloeker
fn The Baud
Two Matches by Sebild Is coming.
I'lill llMoi't of tho'Jimo Turin nt
The June term of the Second Ju
dicial Circuit Court opened at Wni
luku, Maui, June -ttli, and closed
Friday, 14tli. Mr. Justice MeCully
presided, with Mr. Geo. Richardson,
Circuit Judge, associated. Deputy
Attorncy-Gciiccal A. P. Peterson,
assisted by Mr. J. L. Kaulukou,
prosecuted for the Crown. Tho fol
lowing is tho calendar with results :
HAWAIIAN JUUT CllUIlNAL cases.
Tho King vs. George Brooks, as
sault with deadly weapon. Com
mittal from Makawao. Verdict not
guilty. J. W. Kalua for defendant.
The King vs. Kileuea alias Naa
wao (k), mitrdcr. Committal from
Makawao. Verdict, manslaughter
2d degree. Sentenced to six years'
imprisonment at hard labor. J. W.
Kalua for defendant.
The King vs. Kanakaaukai (k),
larceny. Appeal from liana. Ver
dict not guilty.
The King vs. Kcatnuni (k) and
Kahaaweiki (w), adultery. Appeal
from liana. Nolle pros'd during
trial. Kalua for defense.
The King vs. Opu (w), malicious
injury and mischief. Appeal from
Makawao. Verdict not guilty. John
Richardson for defendant.
The King vs. Kanakaaukai (k),
larceny. Appeal from liana. Guilty
and sentenced to 18 months' impri
sonment and pay a fine of $5. Ka
lua for defendant.
The King vs. Pookalani (k),
and Jack Paakiha, forgery. Ver
dict guilty, and the former sen
tenced to one year and pay $5, the
latter to throe months' imprison
ment and the same line. Kalua and
Rosa for defense.
The King vs. Moses Kalawa (k),
housebreaking. Committal from
Hana. Guilty; one month and $10.
Hanuna for defense.
Tho King vs. Kcpilena (k) and
Lepeka (w), adultery. Appeal from
"Wailuku. Not guilty. Kalua and
Rosa for defense.
The King vs. Kahuakailoa (k),
importing opium. Appeal from
Wailuku. Continued to December
term. Richardson and Ashford for
The King vs. John Clement
Kahoonei, forgery. Committal from
Molokai. Continued to December
term. Rosa for defendant.
FOREIGN JUKV CUIMINAL CASES.
The King vs. Agrilla, larceny 3d
degree. Appeal from Wailuku.
Bond forfeited for non-appearance.
The King vs. Ah Loi, selling
liquor without license. Appeal from
The King vs. Edward Brumaghim,
embezzlement. Committal from Ma
kawao. Pleaded guilty and fined
$50. Paul Neumann for defendant.
The King vs. William Mullen,
embezzlement. Appeal from Wai
luku. Nolle prosequi entered.
The King vs. Aid, peddling with
out license. Appeal from Wailuku,
withdrawn. Richardson and Neu
mann for defendant.
The King vs. Aki, Sabbath break
ing. Appeal from Wailuku. Nolle
pros'd. Richardson and Neumann
The King vs. Akona alias Gee
Sing, Sabbath breaking. Appeal
from Wailuku. Nolle pros'd. Rich
ardson and Neumann for defendant.
The King vs. Kapi and two oth
ers. Appeal from Makawao. Nolle
pros'd. Richardson for defendant.
The lung vs. AuJNuni, assault.
Appeal from Makawao. Plea of
guilty. Richardson and Neumann
The King vs. Ab Lee and four
others, gambling. Appeal from Ma
kawao. One nolle pros'jl, one con
tinued to Dec term. Ah L.ee, Ah
Pau and Lam Chip ploaded guilty,
and the first was lined $200, the two
latter $100 each. Richardson and
Neumann for defense.
The King vs. Leong Sung, serious
assault. Continued to December
term in bond of $100. Richardson
and Neumann for defendant.
HAWAIIAN JUUY CIVIL CASKS.
Autone Sylva (k) vs. Waihima
Josusa (k), illegal im-
Appcal from Hana.
banco with judgment for
Kalua and Rosa for plain-
and Kaulukou for
l'OKKIGN JUHV CIVIL CASES.
Win. II. Cornwell vs. Joa. Fer
nandez, trespass. Jury waived and
venue changed to Supreme Court.
Neumann for plaintiff ; Ashford &
Ashford for defendant.
MIXIID .lUUV CIVIL CASES.
Mrs. II. Kruger and others vs.
Mrs. Halsey, ejectment. Jqry
waived. Neumann and Kalua for
plaintiff; Rosa for defendant. To
be heard later.'
Nalo (k) vs. Waihea Sugar Co.
et nl., ejectment. Discontinued.
Kalua for plaintiff; Richardson for
J. K. Nakookoo et al. vs. G. W.
Macfarlane and E. II. Hoffmann,
ejectment. Continued; Rosa for
plaintiffs ; Peterson for Mrs. Bache
lor ; Neumann for defendants.
Maria King vs. Lessees of Ha
lawa, boundary. Peterson mid
Neumann for plaintiff; Wm, O.
Smith for defendants. Continued.
E. Lililehua (k) vs. Kaikiola (k),
water right, A. P. Peterson for
plaintiff; defendant not represent
ed. Continued to December on
payment of S 10.
S. Ami vs, C. K. Pa et al., dam
ages. Appeal from Circuit Judge,
D. P. Eldrldge vs. Peter Genett,
illegal Impounding, Appeal frp.ro
Circuit Judge. Case remitted to
the District Court non-joiudcr of
paitics. Peterson for defendant.
Kanul (w) vs. Kckahu (k). Pe
tition dismissed. Kalua for plain
tiff. John Richardson vs. Eliza V. S.
Paakauln (w) ts. Lauai (k). Di
vorce granted. J. K. Hanuna for
Ekckela (k) vs
Kaliiula (k) vs,
, Wahani (w).
Bcke (w) vs. Kaluna (k). Con
tinued to Dec. Acht for plaintiff.
Mekuihewa (k) vs. P. Pale
Bropks. Divorce granted. Kalua
Abu (Ch.) vs. Palau (w). Di
vorce granted. Richardson for
Paulo Kamaka (k) vs. Virginia
Maikue (w). Divorce granted. Ha
nuna for plaintiff.
Kanohua (vs.) Kaaihuc. Di
vorce granted and fivo children
awarded to petitioner. Richardson
Sleeting of Property Owncrn on
1Vlilenliic--.V Committee appoint
ed. At 11 o'clock this morning a meet
ing of residents and property own
ers on Bcretania street was held at
the Chamber of Commerce room,
Mr. C. M. Cooke in the chair.
There were present Messrs. C. O.
Berger, C. P. Iaukea, II. A. Wule-
mann, E. C. Rowe, T. II. Lucas,
W. Maertens, G. E. Boardraan, G.
P. Castle, E. C. Damon, J. ;G.
Kothwcll, "W. Rowland, W. .
Roe, and T. Rosewarno. His Ex
cellency L. A. Thurston, Minister
of Interior, also attended.
The chairman called the meeting
to order and explained that they had
met with reference to the widening
of Beretania street and asked for ex
change of views or.the appointment
of a committee.
Mr. T. R. Lucas moved that a
committee of three be appointed to
call on all the property owners to
get their consent to widen the street
ten feet on either side from Punch
bowl to Punahou, and in case all
did not consent the committee be
authorized to draw up a petition to
be presented to the Minister of the
Interior for the appointment of a
His Ex. Mr. Thurston said that a
committee called on him a short
time ago with regard to the matter
of widening the street. He stated
that the expense would be so great
that the appropriation would not
stand it. They made proposals to
give land the whole length from
Punchbowl to Punahou. He told
them that if the property owners
would give ten feet on either side,
the Government would put the
fences back, widen and grade the
street. According to the plan laid
before the meeting about three
quarters had been provided for.
The fence in front of Mr. Schmidt's
residence stood out anyway ten feet
further into the road than it should,
and would have to be moved that
distance back at all events. On the
other side of the road, between
Punchbowl and Alapai streets, if
ten feet were given up it would cutoff
some of the verandahs of tho Portu
guese houses and some of the Arm
ory. It was an important question
and should bo brought to a head as
soon as possible, so that tho Gov
ernment would know what to do.
Mr. Kosewarne said it would be
doing an injustice to himself and
family to give up 10 feet; of his pro
perty. He would not consent to
give it up to -the Government for
nothing or for any individual or po
litical party. He looked upon this
widening as for the benefit of a few
individuals, and he did not propose
to have his substantially built fence
Mr. Lucas thought the last
speaker was a little off on this
racket; it was not for any individual
or political paity. He believed in
having good and wide roads. The
widening would improve Mr. Rose
waruo's property as it would that of
Mr. G. P. Castle said he resided
above Beretania street aiid his pro
perly had been increased in value
by having a good wide road for
which he thanked the Government.
Mr. Roe was willing to give up 10
feet, for he believed the Intended
improvements would make a splen
Mr, Cooke spoke of the peculiar
ity of the crossing at the corner of
Punchbowl and Hcrctanla streets,
from Mr. West's to the Armory.
Mr. Rowland would bo will
ing to do anything to get rid of
the Molliili dust.
Mr. Rowo would not give up his
land if his neighbor was paid for
Mr, Rothwell, on behalf of Mr.
Way, was willing to give ids land if
all the others did.
Mr. Widemanu said tho land
along tlie street would be worth
much more with these improvements
curried out. Whoever had laud to
give should give it for tho public
und his own Interest.
Mr. Lucas' motion was then put
und carried, and the chair appointed
the following committee: T. R.
Lucas, C. O. Berger and E. C.
The meeting then adjourned sub
ject to the cull ot the Committee.
it. w i
xmm it. &m.
r.p,TTT it vi T':
The followiug will assist at t,he
concert Saturday evening, at Kau
makaplll church, under the direc
tion of II. R. II. Princess Liliuoka
lanl : Mrs, J. II. Paty, Misses von
Holt, Dora Dowsett, Mabel Rhodes
and S. L. Patch, Choral Society.
Messrs. Paul Iscnberg, Jr., A. D.
Bisscl, Myron Jones, Henry Bcrger
hand Dan Moc. Tickets SI each
are for snlc at J. E. Brown & Co.'s.
ONLY $2 Per Gallon. Rich, finest
llavorcd and positively pure Ico
Cream at h Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory and Uakery. Established lSfitf.
Both Telephones No. 74. . 273 lw
THOMPSON, Attorney Coun.
aelor at Law, corner Kort and
Merchant streets, Honolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to the faeU of the eases
stated to him, and also opinion as to the
probable result of legal proceedings.
Supreme Court of tho Hawaiian
Islands At Chambers.
11EFOIIE Mil. JUSTICE rtlESTON.
IN the matter of tho Bankruptcy of
A. P. Uookc. Order on petition of
Bankrupt for discharge from Ills debts.
Upon reading and filing the petition
of AMOS KUANC1S COOKE, of llono.
lulu, Oaliu, alleging that more than six
months have clnpscd since he was adju
dicated a bankrupt' and praying for a
discharge fiom all his debts.
It Is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 1889, at 10 a. m. of
that day, at the Court Hoom in Alilolani
Hale, Honolulu, be and is hereby ap.
pointed the time and place for hearing
of said petition when and where all cre
ditors who have proved thoir claims
against said Bankrupt may appear and
show cause if any tlioy have why the
prayer of said Baukrupt should not be
Ami It is further ordered that notice
be given by advertisement in the Daily
Bulletin, published in said Honolulu,
lor two weeKS, oi tne time anu place ni
such hearing and that the Clerk of the
Supreme Court mail notices of the time
and place of such hearing to all cre
ditors of said Bankrupt who have proved
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Alfiied W. Caivtkii,
Second Deputy Clejk.
Dated Honolulu, June 14, 18S0. 270 td
STYLES ml ODALITffiS !
Borders & Decorations,
A. Xarico Lot !
XititeHt tryleH !
Just llooolvod !
And. for sale at reduced prices.
A Delicious Bummer Drink t
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen,
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
2071 S3 Merchant Street. lm
Frank B. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
S?-Onico at J. E.
clmnt street. P. O.
Telephone No. 172
Brown & Co., Mer
Box No. 401). Bell
2G2 lm-89 4t
A line assortment of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS 1
Also, a fresh lot of
Lare und Small.
For Sale Id Bond or Duty Paid.
HPHE ONLV PAPER
4. claaaes'-Tko Dally Bulletin
"V W-' 9 '
mum Cider !
.... -Mnaarrni-t-ir -rrr
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White tfi Fancy E
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Triinniings : !'
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
K3 Immense DEteduction s&k
Great Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Templo ot 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 be
Sold during tho Month of June t
AT 25- PER - GEMT - BELOW CdSTi
JBoll '-Telephone, CO -a K3T Mutual Telephone, HV X
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street
-Have on hand and For
AH Brands of American WMsktes;
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA, M
In Bulk or Case;
COTOJE3C and Hfcl EL WELXISECY,
In Glass and Stone Jars ;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GBNS', in Large & Small Bottle;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ; j.
Old Tom Grin, Best Brand in the Marlietjl
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
Iu Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & JPorter, German BeerEtcr,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes, :'
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe, j ' f
Aiollimirl Water, Kummels, ,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES, ,
Zinfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Iliesling, Hocks, Etc., Ete
All of which will ho sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
let) FOllT 8THEKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agoutu for P.
Lorillard & Oo.'b
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
THAN JBVEB -tS8t-
Salo a. Full Aaiortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
Tobaccos, & W. 8. Kimball & Co.'a
m a m -mif rnwtn'fMLWWW&m&mmmm mm iiiihiiih nwi i y-