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MONDAY, JUNE 3-i, 1889.
T M ARRIVALS.
Stmr Mlkahala from Kami
Btmr Kllaura Hon from llaraakua
Stmr .las Makce from Kattnt
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolnu
fcichr JInrv from Knunl
Schr Ka Mol from Hawaii
Sohr Kawallanl from ICoolau
SUM "okolll for Moloknl
Sttsn- Likellke for Hllo and way ports
Rt'5 o m
Stmr Lebun for Hamukua and Hllo ports
Schr Equator for Gilbert Islands
Stmr Kuala for Walaluaand Walanue at
9 a in
Sobr Kawallanl for Koolau
Schr Mary for Hanalel
Sttnr Walmanalo for Walanae and "Wal-
alua at 0 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr Kllauea Hou for Hawaii
Pjom Kauai per stmr Walalealo, June
22 Miss Ubl and 3 deck.
From i aual per stmr Mlkahala, Juuo
23 A Cropp and wife, .1 D Ficeth, C N
Hpenecr, a Koblnson, Chns,Gav, Mrs V
Lobrand cbild, J Cowan, A Gustavscn,
W E Rowell, E Lovcll, Miss Rose
Stolz, J R Wilson, and 8'J deck.
For Hamakua per stmr lwalaui, June
22-H J K Lyman, E E Lvnian, Miss
Way Baldwin. Mr Smith, Mra Lincoln,
Miss t?ylva, J Paty, and others.
Rb'cir 8au Francisco, per bk Forest
Queen, -lune 22 V Wnldron, Miss Nls
aon, W Pcnjelly, J S Martlu, Mr Walter
and 2 children.
The hark Forest Queen, Capt Wind
ing, sailed for San iranclsco on Satur
day with 17,320 bags of sugar valued at
The steamer Kllauea Hou brouirht
3,50U bag sugar and 30 head of cattle
from Hm wuii, Sunday.
The MikahaU brought from Kauai,
Sunday, 2,509 bags-siigiir, 230 bags rice,
and 100 pkgs sundries.
KEECH-WEIR In Honolulu, June
22d. by the Kev. E G Beckwlth,
D. DM Alviu W. Keech to Bella
DAMON In Honolulu, June 24th, to
the wife of Frauk W. Damon, a
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. F. MORCJAN.
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the resi
dence of Mrs. Meudonca, King
street, opposite Kawaiabao church,
the entire household furniture.
The Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Simplicius Strauss
Overture Semlramide Rossini
Waltz Simplicius Strauss
Selection bells of Corneville
Mikinolla, Aina 1'au, Kokobi.
Medley Night in New York (by
Waltz Spanish Students. . . . Waldteufel
Ballad La Paloma Rlvas
A NEW ISLAND STEAMER.
The stockholders of the Wilder's
Steamship Company have unani
mously voted to build a new first
class passenger steamer to take the
place of the Likehke on the Maui
route. Capt. J. A. King, as agent
of the Company, will leave on the
next steamer to arrange for the
buildingtof such a steamer either in
the United States or England.
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
Mr. Alvin W. Keech, Superintend
ent Engineer Inter-Island .Steam
Navigation Company, and Miss
Bella Weir, daughter of Mr. Andrew
K. Weir, were united in marriage
by the Rev. E. G. Beckwitb, D. I).,
pastor of tho Central Union Church,
at the bride's home, Kukui street.
The parlors were very prettily deeo
rated with llowera and evergreens.
The wedding was private, ouly a
few of the most intimate friends of
the contracting parties being pre
sent. An elegant suppervas serv
ed by Hart & Co., who also supplied
the very handsome wedding cake.
THROWN FROM HIS HORSE.
On Sunday morning James Crane,
eon of Capt. Crane, in company
with Alex. Lindsay went out horse
back riding on the Palama road.
When opposite the Kamehaineha
Schools Crano's horse ran awayjnith
him and kept on until near Major
Gulick's residence, when the boy
was thrown violently to tho ground.
Lindsay came up shortly afterwards
and found Crane was insensiblo and
bleeding at the ear. He hailed a
native driving a brake and they
brought the injured boy to his hojne
at Palama where medical aid was
summoned. This morning he was do
ing very nicely and will be all right
in a few days.
In the British House of Commons
tbo bill providing for additional
naval defenses passed third rending
tyayottof 183 to 101,
A potta.gr with fivo or. nix room U
Mh. Justice Dole presides nt Cham
hers this week.
Deputy Shorill Evans returns to
Lahaina thin evening on the Lcliun.
The Umatilla is duo on Friday
from San Francisco with to von Icon
days later nows.
The special tern of Supremo Court
opened at 10 o'clock this morning
and adjourned at 10 :35.
The band will give a concert at
Emma Square this evening, com
mencing at 7 :30 o'clock.
A special meeting of the Myrtle
Boat Club will be held at its house
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
"Facts are stubborn things," says
Mr. C, O. Berger in another column,
in speaking of tho New York Life
Do not forget that the Swiss "War
blers appear to-morrow night at tho
Arion hall, tiekets being obtainable
from members of that society.
A notice appears in our By
Authority column with regard to tho
removal of earth and sand from the
Government land on Punchbowl hill.
The Tacific Baseball Club of St.
Louis' Collego beat tho Fort street
school nine Saturday morning, at tho
Mukiki grounds, by a score of 30 to 24.
Mr. R. Cayford wishes his friends
to know that he is not leaving the
country, but only reducing his house
hold furniture to take a smaller
Cmmiuno up Punchbowl hill im
mediately after a hearty meal, to im
pair digestion, reduce weight, and
cause complete exhaustion, is now in
There is no truth in the Advertis
er's report that two Portuguese chil
dren were drowned at Kilauea last
Wednesday. A gentleman from that
place desired us to say so.
Look out for the Bulletin Weekly
Summary to-morrow. It will bo n
splendid number, and give local news
published in no other paper in the
city. Orders are just pouring in.
The Fourth of July Committee of
twenty-one met on Saturday and
divided itself into five sub-committees,
viz., finance, salutes, literary ex
ercises, general sports and on ball.
The Assessor's office in the Kapua
iwa building is open daily from 9 a.
m. to 4 p. m. without any intermis
sion. Assessment blanks can be ob
tained at any time between those
The adjourned meeting of yacht
owners will take place to-morrow at
noon at the rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce, when the committee ap
pointed by the last meeting will pro
sent its report.
. .. .
Tho committee men for tho 4th of
July sports were being button-holed
ut every step to-day by yachtsmen
and baseballists, each of whom de
manded the greater consideration for
his respective sport.
To-morrow evening at 7 :30 o'clock
Rev. II. H. Gowen will deliver a lec
ture on "Tho Spanish Armada," in
the Sunday School room adjoining
St. Andrew's Cathedral. The lecture
will be free to all.
The Star Mill, Kohala, is through
grinding and the entire plant is of
fered for sale. The whole of tho ma
chinery is in good order and is fully
specified in an advertisement in an
other column. This appears to be a
rare opportunity for investment.
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Hicks-Sawyeiis Colored Minstrels
will be here on Saturday and give
their first performance in tho even
ing. The box plan for the season of
four nights is open at Mr. L. J. Lev
ey's office. The sale of secured seats
for the first night opens on Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock. Thero is sure
to be crowded houses each night.
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In another column appears tho
programme of the eighth semi-annual
competition of tho Hawaiian Rillo
Association to bo held July 4th, at
tho range on King street. Entries
are to bo made on tho day of tho
shooting which commonces at 9
o'clock in the morning. Any further
naviculars can bo obtained of tho
secretury pro tern, Mr. J. Rothwell.
There was quite a largo audienco
at the concert at Kaumakupili
church Saturday evening under tho
patronage of H. R. II. Princess
Liliuokalani. Tho programme, an
excellent one, was fully carried out
and gavo great pleasure to the
audience. Individual mention is out
of placo wbero all did so well. Band
master Borger had chargo of the
. i mi .
The household furniture at tho
residence of J. B. Waller, Nuuanu
Avonue, just below Judd street, to bo
sold on Wednesday, will bo opon to
inspection to-morrow. Included is
an orchestrone, a new pattern, every
thing being automatic, swell and all,
and played by pressing witli tho
feet two pedals. Also, a sot of garden
tools on wheels, same as used in the
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHC.
Special meeting Myrtle Boat Club,
Harmony Lodge No. 8 1. O. of O.
V. at 7:30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7 :30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Public band concert at Emma
Lodge Le Progrcs dq l'Ucpanio
No. 1?4, A, F, and A, M., nt 7:30.
Mft& mmx i mitoMMh it,.,,
Ibc tnt neat (he HairMU In
JClneqtiUntn or tho Kt'onaou.
Another lnrgo audience witnessed
the game on Saturday at Maklkt be
tween the Stars and Hawaiis. The
game proved to be the best yet play
ed. Both nines made one run each
in the first innings, and it was not un
til tho ninth innings that any furthor
score was made, when the Stars
added two. Tho Hawaiis failed to
make a single base hit off Baldwin,
while Meek pitched a remarkably
good game, tho Stars being credited
with only four hits, two of which
though were three baggers. Chan.
Wilder played a fine gamo behind
the bat, although suffering from a
lame arm. Through this cause he
was almost unable to hold his bat.
Bruner played centre field and Chas.
Wilder short stop, the latter doing
Markham for the Hawaiis played
exceedingly well at second, as did
Dan, the catcher. Barring a bad
error Duko's playing at first was
In the first innings of the Stars E.
Wodehouso hit a ily to right field
which Kosa misjudged, and he took
third base, coming home on a wild
pitch. For the Hawaiis, Rosa took
his first on balls, stole second, got
to third on error by E. Baldwin,
reaching home on Dan's out at first.
The Stars came pretty near scoring
in the 4th innings. After one man
was out B. Baldwin hit for three
bases, but Chan. Wilder going out
on n fly and Bruner on strikes end
ed the innings. There was con
siderable excitement as with an
even score the ninth innings com
menced. B. Baldwin hit safe to
right field and toek his first, stole
second, to third on Chan. Wilder's
sacrifice hit and home on a put out
at first. Carter took his first on
balls and aided by errors added
another run. The game was care
fully umpired by W. E. Wall. Fol
lowing is the score:
T. It. II. II. O. A. E.
Baldwin E. 2b 4 0 0 4 4 2
Wilder, Chas. s.s.. 4 0 0 2 4 0
Wodehouse, E. 3b. 4 1 1 0 0 0
Baldwin, li. p 4 12 2 8 0
Wilder, Chan. e.... 4 0 1 0 3 0
Bruner, c.f 4 0 0 0 0 0
Carter, l.f 3 10 0 0 0
Perry, lb 4 O 0 13 1 1
Torbert, r.f 4 0 0 0 0 0
Total 35 3 4 27 20 3
T. R. B.H. O. A. K.
G.Rosa, r.f 3 10 1
Dan,c 4 0 0 6
Markham, 2b 4 0 0 j
Meek, p 3 0 0 2
Morris, c.f 3 0 0 0
Lane, 3b 2 0 0 0
Desha, if 3 0 0 1
Duke, lb 3 0 0 12
Kaia, ss.."" .... 3 0 0 0
Total 28 1 0 27 20 G
By Innings 123 15G789
Stars 10000000 2 3
Hawaiis 10 000000 0 1
Earned Runs -Stais. 2.
Three Base Hit WodhouPo, Bald
win. Bases on Balls By Baldwin 2.
Hit bv Pitcher By Baldwin, 1; by
Passed Balls Dan 1.
Struck Out Baldwin E., Wilder
Chas., Baldwin B., Wilder Chan.,
Bruner, Carter 3, Markham, Meek 2,
Morris, Lane, Desha, Duke.
Time of Game One hour and fifty
Umpire W. E. Wall.
PASTE this on Your Telephone Card,
bell Telephone Co. Hart & Co.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors No. 182; Hart
& Co. Candy Factory No. 337. Mutual
Telephone Co. Hart & Co. Elite Ice
Cream Parlors No 338. 283 3t
FINE Ice Cienm Cakes
And Candles at the
"Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
Assets, : : $95,000,000,00
"Facts are Stubborn Things."
At evory age, on every premium
table, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies
of tho New York Life Insurauca Co
have been LARGER than those OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing
0F"Fot particulars apply to
C. O. BKHGER,
Geu'l Agent Hawaiian Islands.
Chinese Employment Ofllce
THE undcrs'lgued bogs to notify Iho
public thul ho hua opened a Chi.
ncso Employment Ofllco, at Ho. 87 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages ucllvoml
to tho Chlnoso. Mutual Telophoue 385,
No charca for ccltlne lervants. Office
in Lack Lung Oliung s Cttrpnnter hop,
Sni-Anial Competition !
be held on their Range, on King
street, opposite tho Govern
On THURSDAY, July 4, 1889,
At 9 o'clocR a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued ut 9 100. for the highest aggre
gate score In matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the property of the marks
man winning it three times at the regu
lar meetings oi tne 11. k. a.
Won July 5, 1SSG, by J. Brodie, M. D.
Won .lanuarv 1, 1887, by Win. linger.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by C. B Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888. by F. Hustace.
Won January 1, 1SS9, by J. W. Pratt.
I. THE BRODIEMEDAL.
Valued at 50; also, second pifze,85;
third prbe, $2.t0. ( ondltious of the
match : Open to all members of the As
sociation and members of the regular
awl volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom, to become the property of the
marksman winning it three times at the
regular meetings of the H. R. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
military llile under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 91.
Won January 1, 1880, by Win. linger.
Won July 5, 1880, by C. B. Wilson.
Won January 1. lSS7,by O. B. Wllsou.
Won July 23, 1887. by T McDermott.
Won January 2, 18o8, by Dr. Brodie.
Won July 4, 18S8, by J II. Fisher.
Won January 1, 1889, by J. II. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 8100; also, a second prize
of 85; third prize, $2.50. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times at the regular meeting of the H.
H. A. ; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yard ranges; any military rifle under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
Won July 5, 18SG, by J. Brodie, M D.
Won January 1, 1887, by W. C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Wou Julv 4, 1888, by F. Hustace.
Won January 1, 188U, by J. W. Pratt.
III. H. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at SlflO. Competitors limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate score
at 200 aud COO yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military ritle under the
rules; to become the property ot the
marksman winning it three times at
regular meetings of the II. li. A. En
trance fee, 81
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his scoro is beaten
at any regular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to members ot the Association;
10 rounds at 500 and 000 yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. Rothwell.
Won January 20, 1889, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. B. M. S. Hyacinth.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Presented by Hon J. A. Cummins,
To be shot for at 200 and 500 yards. 10
shots ut each distance. Open to mem
ber), who have never won a first class
prize. To become the property of the
marksman winning it three times. En
trance fee, 81.
Won Junuary 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
VI, HYACINTH CUP.
Presented by Lieut. E. P. Ashe,
It. f. leu unu Went.
A. D. Douulas
Hamilton. To become the property of
the marksman whining It twice. 7
shots ut 200, r00 and 000 yards. MHU
tary rlllo; any position. Entrance fee,
T,Von January 1, 1889, by C. B. Wilson.
VII. STANDARD AMERICAN
200 yarilfi. Open to all comers. Any
rifle. Unlimited entrlcn. No air or set
triggers allowed. Entrance fee, $.
First prize, 320; 2nd, $10; 3d, 5.
VIII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable prl.es, aud a
prize for everybody. Any rifle; 5
rounds; distance, 200 yards. No air or
s.'t triggers allowed. Entries unlimited.
Entrance fee, 81..
No entries will be made before the
day of the match, and person will
shoot according to the number on their
All members of tho Association who
Jiave made oyor 80 per cent, at any gen.
eral meeting of the II. Jt. A, will not be
allowed to compete.
Committee on Citizens' prizes:
J. II. SOI'KIt,
J. BRODIE. SI. D.,
Secretary pro Urn. 283 St
Notice -to Policy Holders
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States.
YOU aro respectfully rcquostcd in
caso any statements are made by
agents of other companies against tho
Kquitablo or its methods, to lay tho
matter promptly boforo
A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
231 tf General Agent for Haw. Is.
ANEW Wilcox & Whlto Parlor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
for school or church. A fine Instru
ment. Apply at 07 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
In perfect order:
roomy, light and easy
riding. Side curtains, cushions and
leather work fnultlcss; paint new. Ap
ply at thlsolllce. 270 tf
FIRST CLASS Tricyclo In cood
condition, suitablo for cither lady
or gentleman. Apply at this oQlec.
I MICRO-PHOTOGRAPHIC appa.
JL ratus with Camera, Microscope of
six powers, sun condenser, etc , all com.
plctc. A powerful and handy instru.
meat. For further particulars inquire
of CHAS. HUSTACE,
277 2w King street.
Supreme Court of the Hawiian
Islands At Chambers.
iiEroar. mil justice riiKSTON.
IN the matter of the Bankruptcy of
A. F. Cooke. Order on petition of
Bankrupt for discharge from his debts.
Upon reading and tiling the petition
of AMOS FRANCIS COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, Oahu, alleging that more than six
moutlis have elnpscd slnco ho was ndju.
dicatcd a bankrupt and praying for a
discharge from all his debts.
It is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 1889, at 10 . si. of
that day, ut the Court Room in Aliiolani
Hale, Honolulu, be aud is hereby ap
pointed tho timo and place for hearing
of said petition when uud where all cre
ditors who liavo proved their claims
against said Bankrupt may appearand
show cause if any they have why the
prayer of said Bankrupt should not he
And it is further ordered that notice
he given by advertisement in the Daily
Bulletin, published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks, of tho time and place of
such hearing and that the Clerk of tho
Supreme Court mail notices of tho time
and placo of such hearing to all cre
ditors of said Bankrupt who have proved
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Alfued W. Cakteii,
Second Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 14, 1889. 276 td
Just Arrived !
-- AN INVOICE OF-
Importod Direct from Havana.
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
W. W. WRIGHT-,
Noj. 79 and 81 King Street.
Ship's Blacksmlthlno, Drays, Carts &
Wtgon Building as specialty.
Every description of work in the
above lines performed in a first-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
EST Orders from tho other islands
solicited. Will bo pleased to see all
our old customers us well as new ones.
Mutual Telcphono No G75.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
CORNER HOTEL &
Pieces of White & Fancy
, Large Lines
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
B3 Immense ItedLxiction
Groat Bargnins can bo obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
Tho Balance ot Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during the Month oi June
AT -85 - PER -CENT- BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes,
Correct Styles fJKT Latest Designs
B. I. EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS!
N. B. On and after
our Dressmaking Itoomt.
of Lace Triiigs
Corner llotol & Fort tttrcoteu
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
THAN EVER -:
1). 13. SMITH, Atfeut.
15th, MISS CLARK will iivre cfa&ri