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SATURDAY, JUNK 22, 1889.
Bchr Equator, 17 days 20 hours from
Snn Frauclsco en route for Gilbert
Stmr Mnknllt from Molokal
Stmr Llkcllke from Mnul
.Stun- nlalcalc from Knunl
JJk Cnlbarlcn from South America
Fcbr ilol Wahlne for Hamakna, Hnwall
8chrlivlnla for Knunl
Stirir iWttlani for Luhalna and llama
kua at 10 n lu
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY. -
btmr Li ellke for Mnul and way ports
ut 6 p m
Stmr Lcliun for Ilamakua and llllo ports
at G p m
Schr Equator for Gilbert Islands
From Maul, per stmr Llkelikc, June
22 Mrs Cbas Baker, Mrs Hauuna, Miss
Austin. T W Everett, J? bcholtz, Ah See,
Ayoung and 84 deck.
The steamer Llkellke brought this
morning, 183 bags mgar, 28 bags pota
toes, 34 hogs, 30 hides aud HO pkgs
The Kllauea Hou Is due on Sund .y.
The Lehua brought last evening 2,500
bags of sugar.
The bark Caibnrleu, Capt Perkins,
arrived from South America this morn
ing in ballast. She ill iTobably load
with sugar for San Francisco.
Itcsalt of a Itow in Fowler's Yard.
Early this mo"rnin a rovr took
place in Fowler's yard which result
ed in two men being stabbed. One
of them, Pedro Martina, is at the
hospital with a wound in the right
breast and several small cuts in other
parts. Another, Jerome, received a
wound in 'the abdomen. Lui, a
Mexican, is Knitter arrest charged
with assault with a deadly weapon
on the two above mentioned men.
Another participant in the affair is
still at large.
It is diiliuult to get atthe;facts of
the affair. The four men with some
Chilean sailors were in a room at
Fowler's yard, singing, playing
guitars and drinking wine from U :30
to 11 o'clock last evening. At the
last named hour Lui, who lives in
another part of the yard, went to his
house followed by Jerome who be
gan talking to Lui's wife and tried
to entiac her out of the house. Lui
walked down to his gate with Jerome
when the latter pulled Lui outside
and getting him down Martina came
along and stamped on him. Then
knives were pulled out and a gen
eral melee ensued. The police came
on the spot shortly afterwards. Lui
received several cuts on bis bands
and his coat looks as if it had been
cut by a knife. Deputy Marshal
Hopkins is still investigating the af
RATHER HARD LINES.
In the Police Court a Chinaman
named Ah- Hee.was charged with
being on the premises of a native
soldier on Alakea street this morn
ing without permission. The China
man appeared in Court with, a ter
ribly disfigured face. One eye was
completely closedf while the other
was black and bjue, and his face
and shirt were covered with blood.
The soldier 'went home and found
the Chinaman at his house, "hank
ering after his wife," as he Baid in
Couit?" He gave the Pake a good
thrashing and then had him locked
up. The Court sentenced the de
fendant tor'two months' imprison
ment at hard labor.
HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS COMPANY.
The capital issued by the Hawai
ian. Traraways'Company is 8325,000,
in addition to which is bonded debt
of $150,000, bearing interest at C
per cent. That is the entire amount
that will be issued upon the present'
undertaking and covers roadbed,
track, cars, animals, and all ex
penses, leaving $25,000 aa a cash
working capital. The remaining
stock will only be issued in the
event of new lines being required
and on the approval of the stock
holders. The contractors will turn
the road over to the company bj the
end of this month, and by the first
of July Bishop & Co. will be pre
pared to offer 1,000 shares of the
stock in blocks' of fivo shares and
upwurds. The par value of the
shares js placed at 5 or $25 per
share, and due notice of time of sale
will be made. Intending purchasers
can obtain further information aj
the bank of Bishop & Co. after
July 1st, when a statement of cur
rent expenses and income, also
piospecta of the company and es
timated dividend for the first year,
will be available.
Saturday, ine 22.
Makakeuau (w) and Kolei each
forfeited bail of $13 for drunkenness.
.Eight' Chiuebe charged with gam
ing, were remanded to the 25th.
Ah Wo, charged with assault with,
a deadly weapon on II. Barber, was
remanded to 'the 24th.
Ah Hee was eentencod to two
inontuV imprisonment for being on
bremlsti he had no busiuesi to.
No blue ribbon entertainmont this
Union sei vice at Kawuinlmo church.
Sunday evening, at 7 :30.o'clock.
Boloona sausages of tho best quali
ty can bo obtained at tho Cily Meat
In another column appears tho
committco on reception to Admiral
On July 22d, tho biennial meeting
of tho Queen's Hospital will be held
at 11 a. in.
Thk Sunday timo table for tho cars
on tho Nuiuunr street lino appears
The band plays at the baseball
match this" afternoon instead of
' i ii
The jury on the widening of Ala
kea etreot consists of Messrs. W. F.
Allen, Wi A. Whiting and O. A.
A tarty of ladies and gentlemen
left on tho yacht Holono for Pearl
Harbor shortly before noon to-day,
at tho invitation of Commodoro W.
The Bishop of Honolulu and Mrs.
Willis havo issued invitations for an
"at homo" n't Iolani Collego.Tucsday,
July 2d. The Hawaiian band will bo
The namo of Elvira Richaidsoti,
JTlilo, was inadvertently .omitted
yesterday from the list of teachers
obtaining two years' certificates ; her
pcrccntago Was 88.
J. W. Alatai has boon appointed
Deputy Sheriff at Ewn, in place of
E. Hopkins, who assumes the duties
of captain of tho second watch of the
police force in Honolulu.
Those spur sailor huts kept only
at Mr. N. S. Sachs' Popular Millineiy
Houee, have "caught on" with the
ladies. There has been a very large
demand for them aud no, wonder, for
they are exceedingly neat.
- , s B
Pomce Captains Larson and Hop
kins made a raid on two Chinese
gambling bouses on Maunakca street
yesterday' afternoon, and caught
eight men who were playing paka
pio. Oyer one hundred dollars were
At tho Central Union Church Sun
day morning the pastor will answer
the modern assertion that "we can
not fear a God of infinite love." Tho
text of th? evening discourse will be
tho first word of the ten command
ments. The band concert at the Hotel last
cveniug was fairly well attended.
Among the audience were several of
the officers from tho British and
Chilean men-of-war vessels. The
front of the building was illuminated
with colored lanternB.
All orders fo'f quantities of tho
next Bulletin Summary must bo
sent in before Tuesday morning. The
crowded news columns of the Daily
Bulletin this wenk aro an assurance
of ono of tho best weekly issues ever
The grand concert at Kaumaka
pili church this evening, under the
patronage of H. E. H. Princess Liliu
okalani, commences at 7 :30 o'clock.
The programme, an excellent one,
appears in another1 column. The
proceeds are for the benefit of that
church, and the admission is fixed
at $50 cents.
The service of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday morning, will commence at
11 o'clock, to accommodate the
officers and crew of H..B. M.,S. Es
picgle. At this service tho anthem
will b "How lovely are the messen
gers," by Mendelssohn, and at 7 ;30
p. m., "I was glad," by HorBely, will
On the arrival of the KinauatLaha
inn nineteen of .the sailors refused work
and Capt. Lorenzen had them looked
up in jail. They were brought to
Honolulu laBt e cuing on tho Lehua,
in charge of Deputy Sheriff Evans,
and locked in the station houso. This
morning thoy wcro charged with
mutiny and remanded until tho Ki
The schooner Equator, Capt. D.
Roid, arrived ofT port last evening
from San Francisco, and is
anchored near tho hell buoy. Capt.
Reid reports light winds tho entire
trip, which he mado in 17 days 20
hours. She will sail on Monday for
the Gilbert Islands, taking as passen
gers Mr. and Mrr. Hubert Louis
Stevenson, Mr. Lloyd Osbourno and
Mr. J. D. Strong,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Concert at Kaumakapili church,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Clearing out sale at the store of
J. J. Egan & Co., by auctioneer
Morgan, at 7.
AUCTIOH SALES ON MONDAY.
by j. y, mouc.an.
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the resi
dence of R. Cayford, corner of King
street and Kawaiahao lane, the en
tire household furniture.
At 7 o'clock this evening Mr,
Morgan will sell the balance of
stock at tho store of Egan & Co.,
Fort street. He will offer clothing,
socks, hats, gents' furnishing goods,
silks, satins, dress patterns, para
sols, luces, eto, ' This will be a
raro chance to obtain bargains as
everything must bo sold without
Sli t Fi kb LSc'Vi V MrM"!
I - - "T.l.f . n
FPUHTH OP dQlYi
Sffiotlnjr of American Cltttn..A
ProKrivmmo for tho Day Decided
Yesterday evening a meeting of
American residents called by Ills
Ex. G. "W. Men ill, U. S. Minister
Resident, was held in tho parlors of
the Hawaiian Hotel, tho attendance
being over fifty. Mr. Merrill called
the mooting to order) stated its ob
ject was to arrange for a proper
celebration on tho fourth of July,
mid said the first thing was the ap
pointment of a chairman.
On motion Hon. "V. F. Allen was
elected chairman and Mr. F. E.
Mr. Putnam moved a committco
of fivo be appointed to retire and
draft n programme for the day's ce
lebration. Tho motion carried and the fol
lowing were selected : P. C. Jones,
chairman, O. II. Eldrcdgc, J. V.
Winter, W. T. Brigham and Robt.
Lewers. On motion of Mr. Whiting,
E. F. Bishop was added to the com
mittee, which then retired.
During tho absence of the com
mittee Mr. Putnam, U. S. Constil
Geueral, said that on the next
steamer from Samoa would arrive
Admiral Kimberly on his wuy home
from the scene of that great wreck.
He had been in Honolulu a vear or
more and had ondeaicd himself to
many of its residents. A commit
tee should be appointed for tho pur
pose of presenting the Admiral with
tho feelings and sympathy of this
community in regard to the terrible
disaster of which he was an eye
witness. Mr. Hartwell said there would be
but one opinion on the question.
Appropriate action should be taken
by this meeting, which was one of
American residents ; it was a good
time to bring tho matter up.
Mr. Putnam thought a committee
of twelve could draw up such a doc
ument as should be presented to the
Admiral. The same cqmmiltee could
also see to flowers being sent on
board the steamer.
Mr. Whiting suggested that this
committee confer with nny commit
tee' appointed during the. evening.
They would have some funds at
their disposal to extend'any cour
tesy during the Admiral's stay in
port. They might subscribe with
Mr. Scott suggested the commit
tee meet tho Admiral and arrange
that he he at
at a certain
tho U. S. Legation
time, so that his
call in person to sec
Mr. Merrill said the Legation was
always open to all American citizens
and others. He certainly expected
to see the Admiral as he would meet
him and take him to the Legation.
If he arrived in the morning the Le
gation could be kept open all day ;
if in the night it could be kept
could be piesented at the Lc
opcu all night. . Any resolutions
gation. He wns somewhat limited
for room; however, he would ac
commodate himself to the demands
of the, committee.
Mr. Lewis on behalf of the Hotel
management extended the use of the
parlors or any other rooms.
Mr. Hartwell asked for an ex
change of opinions as to whether it
would be best to have a collation or
The prevailing opinion seemed not
to be in favor of a collation.
At this point the committee re
turned and Mr. Jones rcporte'd they
recommended the following pro
gramme for the fourth:
Literary exercises at 11 a. in.
Boating and yacht races during
Salute at noon, 1 gun for each
Baseball match in the afternoon.
Ball in the.evcning.
Major Hebbard thought they
ought to burn a little more powder
aud make plenty of noise. Salutes
should bo fired also morning and
Mr. Whiting moved as an amend
ment that it be left open to the com
mittee as to the number of salutes.
Mr. Congdon moved a balloon as
cension be added. Lost.
The following committee was then
nominated: F. M. Hatch, A. S.
Hartwcll, J. II. Paty, E. F. Bishop,
J. W. Winter, H. F. Hebbard, W.
C. Wilder, M. N. Sanders, It. Lew
ers, F. L. Winter, M. M. Scott, J.
K. Wilder, II. A. Parmelee, D.
Dayton, W. W. Hall, J. J. Egan,
YV. L. Hopper, F. Turrill, J. II.
Soper, B. Ordenstein und T, F.
Lansing. This committee was ac
cepted by the meeting,
The President and Secretary were
added ex-ofllcio, and the committee
was given power to add to its num
ber or fill any vacancies.
The matter of a reception to Ad
miral Kimbcrly was next considered.
Mr. Putnam moved that a com
mittee of twelve American citizens
bo appointed to receive Admiial
Kimberly in such a manner as they
Mr. P. C. Jones entirely agreed
that something should be done. The
Admiral had met with great losses
and needed their sympathy. He
had many friends here, and such a
reception would havo good effect
with the powers that beat Washing
ton. Mr. Putnam'B motion was put ond
carried, the appointment of the com
mittee being left witli the chairman.
The meeting then adjourned but
not before over $500 was subscribed
towards the celebration.
T F YOUWANT A SITUATION,
JL advertise In tho "Dully Bulletin."
L& . TsiJJilW tf .1 tt Si
t n-JMfcn iV - 1IJ"KJ
(jFVonA flilo fieoord,")
That the InteriotDepartment are
pushing on the. different works call
ed for by the Legislature is a matter
of interest to the public. At Ka
poho, Puna, a good boat landing has
been made by blasting out a channel
leading from deep water into a small
salt water lake. That channel has
four feet of water in it at low tide.
This is the only boat landing from
Keau to Pohoiki, a distance of more
than twenty miles, and will prove a
help to tho Puna people. "We hear
that some work is being done at tho
Knhauulti landing, but at tho best it
will be a poor landing and one at
which vessels will bo afraid to touch
The landing at Kapolio ought to
be furnished with a good wharf, and
that would accommodate tho Puna
public with all the landings they need.
But as there was no special appro
priation for that, Puna. will have to
wait till the next Legislature meets.
The extension to the boat wharf in
Hilo is progressing finely and will be
a great improvement on the old one,
as then two boats can lie alongside
and unload at one time.
From Puna wo learn that a great
improvement has been made in the
road between Makuu and Honolulu,
a place that much needed it.
We feel sure that theeo public
works thus vigorously prosecuted,
will tell in the next election. And
we hope that the next session of tho
Legislature will find it for the best
to greatly increase the appropria
tions for public roads all through
the kingdom. There is nothing
that conduces more to the good of
a country than having good roads.
No country can prosper unless it has
good and easy facilities for the
transportation of its products to
market. Give good roads and an
increase of production will surely
follow. So keep the ball rolling un
til good carriage or cart roads sur
round ever' island.
The following American citizens
have been appointed a committee to
arrange a reception for Admiral
Kimberly and Officers, who aro ex
pected to arrive on the 20 th inst. :
A. S. Hartwcll, Chairman,
Hon. A. F. Judd,
Rev. E. G. Beckwith,
S. M. Damon,
Jona. S. McGrew,
W. C. Wilder,
S. B. Dole,
P. C. Jones,
J. II. Paty,
Fred. Turrill, l
A. J. Cartwright,
and are requested to meet at Mr.
Hartwell s office, over Bishop &
Co.'s Bank, on Monday, the 24th
inst., at 2 p. m., for consultation.
Per order, W. F. Allen,
Chairman of the Executive Com
Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
Leave Esplanade, 7:G7 a.m.: Pauoa.
8 :20 a. m.; and every hour.
Lad trip corner Buretuuin & Nuimnu
at 8:30 p. in.; Esplanade, 8:40 p.m.;
and corner Alakea & King streets 8 !50
p. in., which will run through to Onliu
College If required. 282 It
Notice to Policy Holders
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
YOU aro respectfully requested in
case any .statements aro made by
agents of other companies ngainst the
bqultahlc or its methods, to lay tho
matter promptly before
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
231 tf General Agent for Uaw. Is.
ALL persons having claims or de
mands against tho undersigned
arc requested to present them to Joseph
O. Carter for settlement oa or before the
1st day of July next.
Honolulu Juno 14, 1080. 281 Sw
Polynesian Races Wanted
AS many copies as can he obtained of
the llrst volume only of Fornan.
dcr's "Polynesian Races,'
fr j li In ii
uood prices will ho paid
-1 MICRO-PHOTOGRAPHIC appa
JL ralus with Cameia, Microscope of
six powers, sun condenser, etc , all com
plete, A powerful and handy Instru
ment. For further particulars Inquire
of . CHAS. HU8TA0E,
277 2w King street.
HOLDING an auctioneer's license, I
' am now prepared to act In (hat
capacity nnywhuro in this district. I
will also attend to tho collecting of
rents, also of bills, on this and the other
Islands. My terms will be moderate
and I 6uall by strict attention to busi
ness, hopo to riccivo a share of tho
II, B. BAILKY.
Kawaapae. Makawao, Maul, Juno 14,
I 1880, 978 lw
i in mm w tm
Saturday Evening, June 22
1H AID OF KAUMAKJPILI CHURCH
Under tho patronage of II. It. H.
Princess Lllluokalaul, at
Commencing at 7:80 o'clock.
Chorus Tho Stars in Heaven. . . .
Duel Greetings . . ...Abt
Miss Dora Dowsett and Miss Mabel
Solo The Butterfly Licber
Trio Largo Beethoven
Messrs. M. 11. Jones, J. F. Brown
and Dr. Day.
Solo 0 Schoeno Zoit," O Seeligo
Mr. P. Iscnberg, Jr.
Chorus Lullaby of Life . . .Leslie
Solo Bunch of Violots." . .Pinsuti
Mrs. J. II. Paty.
Piano Allegro con Brio. Beethoven
Duct From Our Little Swiss
Home. ... . .Glover
Mies Dora Dowsett and Miss Mabel
Tiio Allegro . . .. Haydn
Messrs. Dr. Day, J. F. Brown and
M. II, Jones.
Solo Weary . Snow
Mr. D. Ktuiinc,
Quartet Spirit Immoital Rossini
Mrs. Paty aud Miss von Holt, Mr.
Atkinson and Mr. Iaukea.
To bo liad at Mr. ,T.
at tho door.
ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
for echool or church. A. fine lustra.
ment. Apply at (57 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 'J73 tf
lu perfect order:
roomy, light and easy
rilling. Bide curtains, cushions "and
leather work faultless; paint new. Ap
ply at this office. 279 tf
FIRST CLASS Tricycle in cood
condition, suitable for either ladv
or gentleman. Apply at this office.
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, UaB
removed to No. 3, Kukui lane.
Chinese Employment Office
THE undersigned begs to notify the
public thai he has opened a Chi
nese Employment Office, at No. 87 King
street, will tako contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 385.
No charge for getting servants. Office
in Lack Lung Changes carpenter fhop.
2571m LEE CHU.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands At Ghambors. '
MKFOUK MII JUSTICE I'HKSTON.
IN the matter of the Bankruptcy of
A. P. Cooke. Order on petition of
Bankrupt for discharge from his debts.
Upon rending and fllinc the petition
of AMOS FHjVNOIS COOKK, of Hono.
lulu, Oahu, alevlng that more than six
months have elapsed since he was adju.
dicated a bankrupt and praying for a
discharge from all his debts.
It Is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 1880, at 10 . m. of
tliat day, at tho Court Room in Aliiolnui
Hale, Honolulu, ho and is hereby ap
pointed the time and placo for hearing
of said petition when and where all cre
ditors slio have provnl tnelr claims
against said Bankrupt may appear and
show cause if any they have why the
prayer of said Bankrupt should not ho
And it is further ordered that notice
bo given by advertisement in the Daily
Uui.i.uriN, published in bald Honolulu,
for two Weeks, of tho timo and place of
such hearing aud that the Clerk of the
Supreme Court mall notices of tho timo
and place of such hearing to all cre
ditors of said Bankrupt who havo proved
Justlco Supremo Court.
Attest: Awiied W. Cahtbii,
Second Deputy Clejk.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 14, 1889. 270 td
M mtia ma, m mar M m m' fr
STYLES Hi QUALITIES !
CORNER HOTEL &
Ow 1,000 Pieces of
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laoes". . .
Also, Large-Lines of Lace Trimmings1 !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN . . '
Great Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Temple of Fashion for tu
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17,
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to thePublic.
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during the Month of June
AT -25- PER - CENT - BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOBT STREET. HONOLULU.
I II ' ' 1 II 1 I n LI III IIPP1 1MMM- H-MO
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
88 & SO
Wholesale-& Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles g& Latest Designs
B. F. EHLEBS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS!
N. B. On aud uftor May
our Dreiimaking Eoomt,
White & Fancy Embroifaes,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.'
THAN JBVElt -:
r. B. 8M.n?HL, AgmmU
15th, MIBB CLARK will kaTe cttarc