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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1880.
Stmrlwalanl from Hntnakua
Stmr Pclc from Hawaii
H 11 M S Espicjrle from a cuiIm
btmr Kanla from alalna and Wnlnuae
Stuir Klnau for Hllo aud wav ports at
4 p lu
Stiur J A Cummins for Koulau
iichr Kuwnllaul for Ewn
S&hr Knulkeuoull for Kolmh
The steamer Tele brought 3,180 bags
of sugar from Hawaii this morning.
The lwalanl ai rived this morning
with 5,100 bags of sugar, and the Knala
with S00 hags paddy.
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aioctlng or Owners or Ynchta.A
At noon to-day a meeting of yacht
owners and others was held at the
Chamber of Commerce room with
reference to the Hawaiian Challenge
Cup. Nine yachts were represent
ed by owners, and there were pre
sent at the meeting 2G persons in
Mr. C. B. Wilson, Chairman of
the Yackting Association, read the
resolution passed at their last meet
ing donating a cup to be sailed for
annually, after which he suggested
a chairman be appointed.
On motion Mr. Henry Waterhouse
was elected chairman aud Mr. W.
M. Giffard secretary.
Mr. Giffard moved that the classi
fication of boats be as .follows : 1st
class, 15 tons and upwards; 2d
class, from 5 to 15 tons ; 3rd class,
below 5 tons.
Mr. L. A. Thurston moved as an
amendment that the question be
postponed until they ascertained the
tonnage of the different boats. Car
ried. Mr. "V. G. Irwin moved that a
committee of five be appointed to
make up a classification of yachts
and any other suggestions in con
nection. The motion after some discussion
carried, and the chairman appointed
the following committee: Messrs.
W. G. Irwin, L. A. Thurston, F. M.
Hatch, J. II. Paty and T. Sorenson.
The next matter considered was
the course, Mr. Wilson moving that
it be not less than 30 miles and a
committee be appointed to draft out
Several gentlemen offered sug
gestions as to a proper course.
Mr. Giffard moved that the com
mittee already appointed on classifi
cation, also consider the matter of
a course, measurements and time
allowance, and report on Monday
the 24th at noon. Carried.
The terms of winning the cup
were also talked over.
Mr. Irwin thought that a pen
nant should go each year with the
Mr. Thurston thought the donors
of the cup should have the right to
name the terms.
The meeting then adjourned to
Monday the 24th at noon.
SUPREME COURT-SPECIAL TERM.
BEFORE I'KKSTON J.
Thursday, June 20th.
F. J. Hills vs. J. E. Brown. As
sumpsit for $374.80. Jury waived.
Judgment confessed by defendant
for the amount claimed. C. Brown
for plaintiff j Paul Neumann for de
fendant. AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE judd, c. J.
Thursday, June 20th.
D. Lopez vs. C. L. Brito. As
sumpsit S100. Argued April 25,
1889, and decision reserved. De
cision filed giving judgment for
plaintiff. C. Creighton for plaintiff ;
P. Neumann for defendant.
In re bankruptcy of C. T. Akana.
Bankrupt's petition for discharge.
Ordered that he be discharged from
his debts. Petitioner in person.
UEKORE Jl'CULI.Y, J.
In re' estate Lewis Johnson, late
of Waialua, Oahu, deceased. Peti
tion of C. F. Wolfe for probate of
will and that letters testamentary
be issued to him. Continued from
yesterday. Ordered continued un
til Tuesday next, the 25th inst. A.
P. Peterson for petitioner; A.
Rosa for devisee, Caroline Aila.
In re estate of Robert Mitchell,
late of Wailuku, Maui, deceased.
Petition of II. A. Widemann, exe
cutor, for allowance of accounts,
discharge and final order of distri
bution. Ordered continued indefin
itely. W. A. Whiting for peti
tioner. Alexander J. Caitwright, Trustee,
vs. Lydia K. Piikoi, otherwise Kna,
and John Ena, Jr. Bill for order of
sale of land by Trustee, Return
day. Continued to a day to be
agreed upon by counsel. W. A.
Whiting for plaintiff; A. Rosa for
uefoiii: DOLE, J.
John Scott et al vs. E. M. Crown
ingberg. Petition in assumpsit,
Argued June 4, 1889, and decision
reserved. Decision filed giving
judgment for defendant. C. L,
Carter for plaintiff b : C. Brown for
LOCAL & QEHERAL NEWS.
A fihst class tricycle is ofi'ered for
The S. S. VinntUla leaves San
Francisco to-morrow, for Honolulu.
Tun Glenbrook tea is n very choice
iirticlc.and' sold only by Henry Davis
An important notice to. shippers
by tho steamers Polo and Miknlmla
11. B. 31. .S. Espicglo nriivcd in
pott this afternoon Hhoill) after U
o'clock front u cruise.
Since Major Sam Parker left oil'
wealing those large boots ho 1ms
been sull'cring from a severe cold.
Mil. Justice MeUully will hold the
July term of Supreme Couit, and
Chief Justice Jiulil the October term.
Mil. L. J. Levey has a fine lot of
fireworks for sale, suitable in every
way for the glorious fouith. Call
On Tuesday tho 25th, Mr. Morgan
will sell the household furniture at
the residence of Mrs. Meudonca,
. m i- .
Commencing on Saturday the em
ployees of the Hawaiian" Carriage
Manufacturing Co. will be given a
A letter from Mr. E. F.Bishop.on
the Fourth of July question, was re
ceived too late for this issue but will
The graduating exercises of Oalnt
College will be held this evening at
the Central Union Church, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. His Ex.
II. A. P. Carter delivers an address.
Messrs. Wiight Bros, have taken
up the Saturday half holiday move
ment and, beginning on July lft,
their shops on King and Fort streets
will elese every Saturday at 1 o'clock
The monthly business meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held this
evening at 7 o'clock, half an hour
earlier. The class in literature has
been pobtponed until to-morrow
In another column appears the
programme of the concert to be
given at Kaumakapili church Satur
day evening, the proceeds to bo de
voted for the electric light for the
church. Tickets are $1 each to be
obtained of J. E. Brown &. Co. and
at the door.
About half-past one this afternoon
an express wagon with three Portu
guese on tho scat was being driven
rather rapidly down Nuuanu street.
It collided with the sidewalk in turn
ing the corner at Queen street, one
of the men being thrown violently to
the ground, striking on his head.
He was stunned for a few minutes
but came out all tight.
To-day is the 30th anniversary of
the signing of the Charter of tho
Queen's Hospital. The following
trustees were elected by ballot: B.
F. Snow, S. N. Castle, S. C. Damon,
C. It. Bishop, J. W. Austin, E. O.
Hall, J. T. Waterhouse, W. A. Al
drich, W. L. Green and H. Hackfcld.
Six of these are still living. Of the
ten trustees appointed by the King,
only one is living, Mr. II. J. 11.
Holdsworth, at present in London.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Graduating exorcises Oahu Col
lege, at Central Union Church, at
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rides,
Regular monthly meeting of Y.
M. C. A. at 7.
Honolulu Chapter No.l R, A. M.,
I AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. F. MORGAN.
At 10 o'clock a. in., regular cash
sale when will be offered perfumery,
lace curtains, dress goods, single
suit patterns, furniture, a two
seated carriage, phaeton, also Wai
alua hay in bales.
PORTUGUESE IN CALIFORNIA.
Saturday's Luso Hawaiiano has
the following: "By one of the last
steamers from San Francisco two
Portuguese families returned to Ho
nolulu after an absence of some
months. They refer in pitiful terms
to the condition of many of their
countrymen who exchanged the Ha
waiian Islands for California.
"We are unable to go into detailb
to-day, but to give some idea of the
miserable state of many of our coun
trymen in Oakland, we may say
thut many are being supported by
charity, as the only means of pre
venting famine among th.em. Many
are anxious to return to the Islands,
even to earn less than they did be
fore leaving, but the means of trans
portation ate wanting.
"With such a demand hero for la
bor, and several plantations being
willing to pay liberal advances (as
much as 8100 on a two years' con
tract), biirely some arrangement
might be made by winch, these mi
fortunate and misguided people
might be assisted and at the name
time our planters benefited to a
Thursday, Juno 20,
Luka and Akalipa were charged
with affray. The former was fined
$3 with $1.10 costs while the latter
Examination nnd llliotorical I'.xor
clncx. Tho closing examinations at the
Oahu College were held Wednesday
forenoon commencing at 9:15
o'clock. There was quite a large
attendance of the parents and friends
of the pupils. Tho examiners were
Mr. Justice Dole, Hon. W. O.
Smith, Revs. W. D. Westcrvclt and
O. P. Emerson. The examinations
were carried on in the different
rooms until 12:15, nlicn those pre
sent partook of lunch with the fac
ulty. At 1:30 o'clock the rhetorical
exercises were begun in the school
room. The platform was tastily
decorated with bouquets of flowers,
palm leaves and evergreens, while
around the loom over the windows
were hung vines. Among those
present were: II. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalani, His Honor the Chief
Justice and Mrs. Judd, Mr. Justice
and Mrs. McCully, Mr. Justice nnd
Mrs. Dole, Rev. Dr. Lowell Smith,
Hcv. II. and Mrs. Bingham, Mrs.
L. A. Thurston, Rev. Dr. E. G.
Beckwith, Mrs. P. C. Jones, Mrs.
J. O. Carter, Rev. S. E. and Mrs.
Bishop, Mrs. C. A. Brown, Revs.
W. D. Westcrvclt and O. P. Emer
son, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. W.
F. Allen, Miss F. II. Bishop, Prof.
W. D. Alexander, Mr. T. G. and
Mrs. Grihble, Rev. Dr. C. M. and
Mrs. Hyde, Mr. W. W. and Mrs.
Hall, Mrs. Widdifield, Mrs. Vida,
Mrs. Henry Waterhouse, Mrs. Dr.
J. M. Whitney, Mrs. Gilman, Mrs.
J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., Hon. W. O.
Smith, Mrs. J. A. Ilassinger, Miss
S. Henry, A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools, and Mrs.
Atkinson, Dr. N. B. Emerson, Mrs.
Cooke, Misses Beckwith, Rhodes,
Parinclee, Hartwell, Lyman, Pc
poon, Davis, Dickson (SJ), Messrs.
C. M. Cooke, A. V. Gear, S.- D.
Fuller, A. F. Cooke, etc.
Principal Mcrritt announced that
the programme as published would
be carried out with the exception of
the recitation "Diamond cut Dia
mond" by Miss Blanche Cornwell
which would be omitted.
The first number was a chorus
"A Styrian Song," sung by the
school in capital style, Mr. Bissell
presiding at the piano. It was fol
lowed by an exceedingly interesting
composition on Dragon Flics by
Mary C. Alexander, but read by
Hattie G. Forbes. A declamation,
"The Schoolmaster's Guests" by
Chas. K. Hyde, caused considerable
amusement. MisscsC. D. Robertson
and Rhoda Green gave a dialogue
in French, which show ed that their
studies in that language had not
Miss Ellen Bickncll's composition
on "Punchbowl" gave much valu
able and interesting information.
At its conclusion Principal Merritt
stated that several fossils had been
found by the students which were
on exhibition in the room. He also
said that Prof. Lyons had found
tossil leaves just beyond Moanalua.
The song "The Day is Done" was
well sung by Ernest Lyman. Miss
Emily Ilalstead's composition on
"What nobody does" was cleverly
written. It was a fictitious account
of a trip fiotn San Francisco to Ho
nolulu and a visit to Oahu College.
The reference to the latter place was
amusing, there being some capital
hits on the staff and some of the
A dialogue, "Tho Opening Ad
dress," by Albert Judd, Hiram
Bingham, and John Waterhouse,
pleased the audience very much,
Albert Judd being exceedingly
comical in delivering the address,
after receiving points from the
other two. Rufus A. Lyman's
composition on "Physical Culture"
was a very able one. A chorus,
"In silent night," well rendered by
the glee club brought the programme
to a close.
Principal Merritt then disti United
the prizes. The late Father Damon,
he said, had left a sum of money,
the income of which was devoted
to prizes. The first prize for the
best collection of native ferns,
pressed, mounted and named, would
he awarded to James Judd. Prof.
Lyons said that this collection was
u very choice one, nicely mounted,
and for the most pait accurately
named. The second prize was
awarded to Alex. Atherton.
The prize for best penmanship
was awarded to Geo. C Ross, while
James Judd received the prize for
best improved penmanship, Maggie
Mossman and Clayton Ostroin re
ceiving honorable mention.
The fossils and collections of
ferns .mentioned nboYC were then
examined by the visitors, also some
specimen work by the class in ino
clianical drawing, which lias been
in charge of Mr. C. Hedemnnn.
Immediately nftcr the conclusion
of the exercises a concert was given
by the Royal Hawaiian band on tlc
lawn which lasted "until four o'o'ock,
a largo millibar of the visitors re
maining to enjoy the flno music.
The members of the band were re
galed with coffee, lemonade and
cake befoie returning homo.
At 7:30 this evening the graduat
ing exercises will bo held in Central
Third and Last Call !
MR. A. S. HARTWELL is requested
hy us to bring legal proceedings
on u IiIIIh not paid by JunoSOth. We
respectfully requcbitlioso who aro owing
and intend to pay not to muku it neces
sary to bring suits,
EGAN & CO.
Honolulu, June 10, 1889, 277 td
: HON.oULU, H., 1.,
M THOMPSON, Attorney&Coun.
1tJL selor at Law, corner Fort nnd
Merchant sti eels, Honolulu, elves writ
ten statements of law nnd judicial deci
sions applicable to the facts of the cases
stated to him, and also opinion .13 to tho
piobablo result of legal proceedings.
FIRST CLASS Trinyclo in eood
condition, suitablo for either luuy
or gentleman. Apply at this ofllne.
LAND, House aud Kuriil.
ture for sale ut Kaiimnu
wai, Honolulu. Enquire of
Notice to Shippers.
THE Steamer Pele, "
will hereafter carry
all freights for the follow
ing ports In Koni, viz: Knllua, Ilolmi
loa, Kenuhnu. Kaawaloa aud Nnpoopoo.
Per Order, J. ENA,
Secretary I. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu June 'JO, 1880 'J30 12 1
HEREAFTER, no freight
will be received on
the Steamer " Mikahala, "
after 4 o'clock p. in , on the day of sall-
Secretary I. 1. S. X. (Jo,
Honolulu, Juue 20, 1880. 280 )2t
t- QTEAMUU'KINAU' will
Pi& O sail
for Uilo nnd Way.
ports THURSDAY, June
20th, ut 4 o'clock r jr. Returning will
arrive nt Honolulu. Friday, .luno 28th.
270 2t WILDER'S S. S. CO.
Fourth of July
United States Legation,
Honolulu, Juno 14, 189. J
LL citizens of tho United States
resident here are invited to meet
at the Hawuiiau Hotel, FRIDAY
EVENING. June 21st next, at 8 o'clock,
to consult in reference to the ouserv
ance of the Fourth of July.
275 at GEO. "W. MERRILL.
1889 4th JULY 1889.
A CHOICE LOT OF
Fireworks of Every Description
Just received from the
California Firework oiiipy
FOR BALE BY
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
280 2w Corner of Queen & Fort sts.
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone Block standing
in the name of C. K. Stilluiun, on which
transfer has been stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O. Ii. Btillman or to the
II111.LBTIN OBlco. 271d.93w.tr
ratus with Camera. Microscono or
bix powers, sun condenser, etc , all com
plete, a powcnui and namiy Instru.
inent. For further particulars Inquire
of CHAS. HUSTACE,
277 2w King street.
a 001) Family Board for a Umltd
number of gentlemen not exceed,
ing 0 persons. For particulars apply to
AV. F. REYNOLDS,
251-tf . At T.G. Thrum's storo.
HEAD THIS !
WE tako Photos for 5 per dozen,
and are selling line island views
foi 2 50 per dozen, with tho very best
finish. J. A. GONSAI.VE8,
2(50 lm 12'J Fortttreet.
European Billiard Parlors.
rpiIE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
JL tho city, and fitted up in the most
appiovul style. Four tables with all tho
J. 1 IIOWEX & CO.,
270 tr Proprietors.
HOLDING! an auctioneer's license, I
am now prepared to uet in that
capacity anywhere iu this district. 1
will also attend to tho collecting of
rents, also of bills, on this aud the other
Ihlnnds. My terms will ho iuod,eiutp
and I shall by strict alienation to husi.
ness, hope to receive u unuro of the
H. 11. BAILEY.
Kuwaupau. Makawao. Maui. June 14.
18SD, 278 ltu
JUM 80, 1.889.
Ohiuoeo Eiuploj-nient Office
HHE undersigned begs to notify tho
JL public that he hns opened n Chi
nese Employment Olllcc, at No. 'Al King
Btrcet, will take contracts for carpentor
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 3S5.
No charge for ccttinR servants. Odlco
in Lack Lung Chung's carpenter hop.
VfOMlNATIONS will he received hy
li the Becretnry of tho HawKilau
Jockey Chili up to June SO, 18S9, as
FUTURITY STAKES of 1891 For a
your olds Hawaiian ltred Horses;
sweepstakes of $00, added. First
Installment on naming $5 eacii.
HAWAIIAN DERBY or 1892 For a
year olds Hnwulluii lircd Horses;
sweepstakes of $100, Hawaiian Jockey
ClUh Cup added. First Installment on
naming $5 each.
The following Installments are also
due on June 80, 18S9:
Futurity Stakes of 1S90, 2nd Install.
incut W 00
Hawaiian Deihy of lfc'JO, 2nd im-till-
merit $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 18111, 2nd install-
limit $lf) 00
C. O. BERGER,
275 1-tt Secretary U.J. C.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands At Chambers.
til'.KOKK Mil. JUSTICE I'KEBTON.
N the matter of the Bankruntcv of
A. P. Cooke. Order on nctition or
uunnrupi lor uiscuarge from Ins debls.
Upon reading and tiling the petition
of AMOS FRANCIS COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, Oahu, alleging that more than six
months have elapsed since he wns adju
dicated n bankrupt ami praying for a
discharge from all his debls.
It is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A D. 18S1, at 10 a. st. or
tliat day, al the Court Room in Aliiolanl
Hale, Honolulu, be and is hereby ap.
pointed the timo aud place Tor hearing
of said petition when and where all cre
ditors who have proved their claims
against said Bankrupt may appear and
show cause if any they have why tho
prayer of said Bankrupt should not bo
And it is further ordered that notice
bo given by advertisement in the Daily
Bulletin, published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks, of the time and place of
such hearing and that the Clerk of the
Supreme Court mnil notices of tho time
and place of such hearing to all ere
ditors of said Bankrupt who have proved
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Alkkkd W. Cautkh,
Second Deputy Clejk.
Dated Honolulu, June 11, 18SS). 27C td
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
In. Pianos !
IN this country, especially where Ants,
Mice, Mollis and Roaches inTest
your Pianos to the destruction of the
same, and the annoyance of all called
upon to use them, it would be well to
place your instiumcnts in Mr. J. W.
YARNDLEY'S care, who will effec
tually clear them of all destructive in
sects, etc., and cleanse the strings and
tuning pins from rust. See to this
before it is too latel
Let Mr. YARNDLEY tuno your
Pianos and keep them in Mine. Many
Pianos suffer greatly and become worth,
less for need of intelligent and moro
frequent attention in regard to the
Jgy-Orders received at the office of
the Hawaiian News Co., Merchant
street, will be promptly attended to.
NOW IN FINE
NING ORDER !
Come out and take
An Exhilarating Rido 1
A Glorious Plungo !
Healthful 33atli !
LONG BRANCH !
JtQyQood accommodations and prompt
O. J. SHKKWOOD,
2B8 tf Proprietor.
STYLES ai DUALITIES !
inniirwiniMinioJwigminmi niiiinotlV''f inwuV
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of We if Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Trimmings !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT A.N
R3r Immenne JEed.Ti.otioii S31
Great Bargnins can bo obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion, for tht
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
:OSr CIIKA. lt
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during the Month oi June
AT -25- PER CEWT - BELOW - COST
13oll Telephone, r0 -a I- Mutual Telephone, 371
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have oil hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
Iu Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH oixd HfclSBL TVKCIIY,
In Glass and Stone Jura;
Very Fine &. Very Cheap Qualities, as are w&ntttd ;
G9RIS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), alao, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, 13et JBrnud in the Market;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
hi Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In l'ints and Quarts.
Bitters, liiqucrs Absinthe,
Apolliiiiiri Water, Kuniraelfl,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziniiuidol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Eta., B6,
fjT All of which will bo sold AT LOWEST KATES by
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOItT STItKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agent for P. Lorillard A Co.'i Tobacco, A W, S. KimUU 4a Q
Tobacco and Cigarette.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel 8tirs$t,
Corner Hotel & Foi't Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
TIIAX KVKK -:-
Sale a Full Assortment of-
A UKALKI1S IN-
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