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TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1889.
ARRIVALS. . .
USS Alortii-om Tneo Pago
Hk S P HeflOj from'owcastlo, NSW
Stnu-,jy G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mlkahala for If anal at 5 p in
Stuir Kllnuca lion for Hawaii
Stmr Wnlalcale for Kllauca and llanalel
at 6 p in
Stuir Jas Makce for Kapna at C p ni
Schr Kawallani for Koolau
Schr Mary for llanalel
Schr Kaulllua for Knual
Scbr Bob Roy for Koolau
Schr Ka Mol for llaualel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kaalokat for Elcelo and Hanapepc
For Maul per stmr Llkellkc, June 24
Rev O M Hydo, Miss Knight, T B
Lyons, A Dowsctt, K Ualdwiu, 11 Alex
ander, it Chinese and 80 deck.
ForLanal, Molokai and Lnhalna per
stmr Lchua, Juno 24 T E Evans, J
Moorhead, Miss lluyscldcn, Master
Hayselden, A Sinclair, J Sherman and
, wife, W Byewater, W Wright, Mr Gre
gory, nnd Mr Pettry.
Per steamer W G Hall, Juno 25
Fiomtho Volcano: Dr W E Taylor,
Miss A Blake, Miss Elllott,0 O Shields.
From way ports: Major W II Cornwall,
E W Fuller, Mrs Schlemmcr, C C ICcu
nedyt Peter Lee, A II Laudgraf, Mrs
McGulre, JDTrcgloan, W H Daniels,
J Richardson, ColNonis, Mis6 Ilanc
berg, tt t-traueb, P Cockett, F S Dunn
Jind 84 deck.
The bark S F Hersey arrived off poit
this morning 09 days from Newcastle,
N S W, via Tahiti 25 days, with 1200
tons of coal.
The sttnr W G Hall brought CC79 bags
sugar, 18 bags coffee, 21 bags awa, 73
packages hides, 103 pkgs sundries, 3
horses, 1 calf, and 21 bogs.
At noon to-day His Majesty the
King received the following olllcers
of the Chilean man-of-war Pilco
raa3'o: Captain Florencio Valenzu
cla Da-, Commander Joaquin
Munoz H., 1st Lieut. Vicente Me
rino Jarpa, Surgeon Alejandro Ro
jas, Paymaster Alberto Valdesa,
Chief Engineer Archibald Mc
Naughton, Sub-Lieutenants Jorje
Pacheco and J. Alfredo Christie,
Asst. Engineer Moises Solar, Mid
shipmen Carlos Fucnsalida S. and
There were present at the recep
tion H. H. Prince Kawananakoa,
His Ex. Jona. Austin, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Mr. Heinrich Ren
je3, Acting Chilean Consul, Mr. Jas.
W. Robertson, Vice Chamberlain,
Col. R. II. Baker, A. D. C, and
Capt. E. K. Lilikalani, Equery in
At a meeting of the Myrtle Boat
Club held last evening a proposition
was acted upon whereby the follow
ing races will be held on the 4th of
Six-oared race, bell buoy course:
Honolulus, white and blue, in Grif
fin boat C. Widemann, C. Stiles,
M. K. Keobokalole, D. Morton, A.
Wansey and W. Greig; coxswain,
Myrtle B. C, scarlet, Alice M
J. Spencer, G. Grau, W. Wright,
H, Gunn, R. J. Gilliland and H.
Vidar;" coxswain, Chas. Herrick.
Six-oared race, spar buoy course :
Stranger, scarlet, and white J.
Spencer, G. Grau," H. Mossman,
R. J. Gilliland, A. L. Crow and J.
"II. Reist; coxswain, C. Herrick.
Alice M., scarlet H. Gunn, W.
Wright, E. Bruns, II. Vida, J.
Walker and E. A. Jones ; coxswain,
R. Dexter. '
news from Samoa, as
contained in the Apia Times of May
18th, is that peace has been estab
lished between both parties, most of
their - forces having dispersed to
their homes. The Times urges care
on the part of all concerned that
nothing should be done to excite
further disturbance, and expresses
the opinion that the native wars are
ended. The Nipsic had left the
harbor on May 9th, under convoy
of the Alert, bound for Auckland,
but the Nipsic behaved bo badly at
sea that, it was necessary to put
back. Tho vessels returned to Apia
on the lfith and were ordered to Tu
tuila for further instructions, and
now the Alert is at Honolulu and
the Nipsio at Fanning's Island.
Cnpt. Mullan was at his own re
quest detached by Admiral Khn
berly from the Nipsic, and Lieut.
Lyon of tho lost Trenton put in
command in his stead,
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
' BEIOHE St'CULLT, J.
Tuesday, June 25th.
In the matter of the estate of
Lewis Johnson, late of "Waialua,
Oahu, deceased testate. .Petition of
C. F, Wolfe for probate of will and
that letters testamentary be issued
to himself. Continued from 19th
and 20th mat. Ordered that will be
admitted to probato and that letters
testamentary be issued to petitioner
under 8750 bond. A. P. Peterson
for petitioner ; A. Rosa for Caroline
IF YOU FIND
JL advertise it la '
the "Dally IlulUtln.'
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A now) brooch has boon lost.
Two stock hands aro wanted.
llr.i.i.0, Faxon, what is the time?
The little Major from Waikapu
Fohkiok jurors for tho July term
noxl are not to attend until fuitlicr
A stinsonii'Tiox list lor
July oxpenses, will bo found
Hawaiian News Co.'s store.
The Hawaiinn band will play at
the Queen's Hospital from 3 to 5
o'clock to-morrow aiternoon.
Mn. Morgan will hold u sale nt
Egan fc Co.'s store Thursday after
noon, at 2 o'clock, by special request.
The Swiss Warblers givo their
farewell concert this evening at tho
Ariou Hall. A danco will follow the
The Road Board of Waialua on
this island now consists of Kobt.
Halstcad, chairman, W. A. Ruick
and Andrew Cox.
The King has appointed Capt. J.
IC. Kahalewai to bo Aide-de-camp,
nnd Hon. E. K. Lilikalani Equery-in-waiting
on his personal staff.
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The W. G. Hall nrrived from
windward at 2 :-15 o'clock this after
noon. Purser Simerson roports fine
weather. Tho list of passengers ap
The Planters' Monthly for Juno
contains a good deal of home sugar
news, and a variety of information
from foreign sources regarding tro
The Tramways Company have
offered a silver cup for tho baseball
club winning tho most games during
the season. It is given on condition
that tho numbor of games bo in
creased, which matter will have to be
considered by the League.
John F. Smith left for tho Gilbert
Islands on the sloop Minerva yester
day afternoon, without saying good
bye to his friends. Ho has taken
away with him a book containing tho
names of persons who had subscribed
over $200 for a parachuto jump by
The Hon. J. S. Walker received
on tho U. S. S. Alert a letter from
Mr. Greig of Fanning's Island, dated
June ICth, stating they were all well
ou the island; that the schooner
Emma Claudina was loading cobra
at Washington Island and was short
ly expected at Fanning's Island, on
her way to San Francisco.
Melville is all ready and wants
to make a parachuto jump on tho
fourth of July, but the American
residents' meeting voted against an
appropriation for this purpose. A
subscription list was sent round but
the solicitor has skipped the country
and taken the list with him. The
aeronaut only wants .to be met in an
agreement to make the leap from the
clouds or no pay.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O.
Drill Queen's Own, at 7:30.
Court Lunalilo No. CC00 A. O.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
.Concert by Swiss Warblers at
Arion Hall at 7 :30.
Lecture 'on "Spanish Armada,"
by Rev. H. II. Gowen, in St. An
drew's Sunday School room,at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. F. MOItOAN.
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the resi
dence of J. B. Waller, Nuuanu
Avenue just below Judd street, the
entire household furniture, full par
ticulars of which appear elsewhere.
' BY I.. J. I.EVET.
At 12 o'clock noon at salesroom,
mortgagee's sale of a certain tract
of land in Puna, containing 20,420
acres, known as Ahupuaa of Kaha
The committee of twelve on the
reception to Admiral Kimberly met
yesterday afternoon at the law oflice
of Mr. A. S. Ilartwcll, who acted as
chairman, and Mr. John H. Paty,
A motion prevailed that if a pub
lic reception bo held the same take
place at the American Legation or
such other place as tho U. S. Min
ister Resident may designate.
A sub-committee of three
was elected to wait upon the
Admiral and ascertain his views
with regard to a public .re
ception, and also to provide car
riages to convey the Admiral and
suite to the Legation. The commit
tee is A. S. Ilartwcll, chairman,
Tohn S. McGrew and John II. Paty.
A Bub-committeo of three, His
Honor Chief Justice Judd, chair
man, uev. ur. iu. ii. uecKwun anu
Mr. Justice Dole, was appointed on
preamble and resolutions,
Mr. A. S. Hartwell was elected
to deliver an address of welcome.
On motion it was decided to limit
the reception to two hours, ns the
committee was informed by the
agents that the Alameda would only
stay in port about six hours.
The committee adjourned to meet
again at the same place at 10 a. m.
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THE LEPER SETTLEMENT.
Uolioft of ihe
Following is a rcportof Dr. Swift,
resident physician on Molokat, just
received by the Board of Health :
To Tin: BoAiti) or Health, Hono
lulu, Gentlemen: I respectfully sub
mit the following statement by way
of a general report. My appoint
ment as physician to the Leper Set
tlement dates from July 1, 1888.
Since that time I have noticed a
marked improvement in the health,
comfort and general hygienic condi
tion of the people, nnd I have
reason to bolieve that the number of
deaths occurring at the Settlement
between the nboveTlate and the date .
of this report, in proportion to the
population, will compare favorably
with any like period of consecutive
months, since the Settlement was
first established. This I attribute
to the conditions before mentioned.
Proportionately tho death rato at
Kalawao exclusive of the Hospital
has been much greater than at Ka
launapa. During the months of April, May
and Juno of last year, the number of
deaths at Kalawao, in and around
Father Damien's, was, as I have
been informed, something fearful.
At this time the Settlement was se
verely scourged by an epidemic
which I believe was typlio-maiarial
fever. My incumbency commenced
before the epidemic had wholly dis
appeared, and I base this opinion
on my experience of such cases as
came under my own observation.
The Hospital at Kalawao has been
directly under my charge. When I
first entered upon my duties nt this
establishment I found tho place any
thing but what one would suppose
an hospital to be. Most of the in
mates had been attracted to the
place through motives othor than
the obtaining of medical treatment.
I discharged quite a number and
permitted only those to romain who
were helpless or who appeared to
need constant medical treatment,
and since that time none have been
admitted that were not in every
sense of the word eligible subjects.
At the present tfnie the inmates
number 23. These are well fed,
well clothed, and have excellent
sleeping accommodation. Two or
more natives act rs nurses, and I
find that they attend to their duties
properly. I have considered it my
duty to hold myself in readiness to
respond to a sick call at any time,
and in addition I have oflice hours
at Kalawao Dispensary from 8 a. m.
till 11 or 12 daily, at which place
the average daily attendance is 15,
exclusive of those that come to leave
orders for calls. Such as need
medicines, surgical treatment, or
sore dressing, arc attended to then
and there. A half-white boy nets
as my assistant, and during my ab
sence dispenses medicines fiom
stock bottles, etc.
Daily, or, at least, 5 days per
week, visits are made to the boys'
establishment at Kalawao, and 3iich
cases as need it are prescribed for.
At Kalaupapa, where a new and
fully equipped dispensary has been
opened, I hold clinic from 3 o'clock
till 5 or 0 p. m., and have a daily
attendance of 25. During the fore
noon an intelligent native attends to
the dispensing of medicines, etc.,
from stock bottles. Immediately
before dispensary hours at Kalau
papa, visits aro made to the "Bishop
Home for Girls," and such medi
cines, etc., as may be necessary are
supplied from the Kalaupapa Dis
pensary. I am, Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
Siuxev Boukke Swift,
Resident Physician Leper Settle
ment. June 20, 1889.
YACHTSMEN IN SESSION.
An adjourned meeting of yacht
owners and others was held at the
Chamber of Commerce room this
noon, Hon. Henry Watcrhouso pre
siding. Twenty-six enthusiastic
yachtsmen were in attendance. The
minutes of the previous meeting
were read by Mr. W. M. Giffard
the secretary and approved.
lion. W-.'G. Irwin read the report
of the committee on classification,
course, etc. It was considered sec
tion by section, and with a fow
amendments finally adopted by the
The report will now be considerpd
by the Hawaiian Rowing and Yncht
ing Association at an early meeting.
A GOLD Ilroocb with small pcnrl in
center, either on King streetcars
or ou Foit street. Thu flndcr will bo
properly rewarded ou leaving at this
oflice. 281 tf
IDERdONS who aro willing to sub.
ecrltiu towards defraying the ex.
penscB of the 4th of July Celebration
uml have not been called upon by tho
FiuHnce Committee, will llml a subscrip.
lion list with Mr. F. E. Nichols, at the
Hawaiiau News Co.'s Blare. Merchant
street. J. Q. Sl'ENUElt,
Chairman Finance Committee.
t MICRO-PHOTOGRAPHIC nppa
X ratuswlth Cameiu, Microscopo of
six powers, sun condenser, etc., all com.
plcte. A. powerful and handy Instru.
meut. For fuithcr particulars inquire
of CHAS. HUSTACE,
277 2w King street.
.tram, n. . . n' - " - ' ' " i
Scini-Annual Competition !
To bo hold on their Range, ou King
street, opposite the Govern
On THURSDAY, July 4, 1889,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued at 100. for tho highest aggre
gate score In matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become tlu property of the marks
man winning It three times at tho regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July 5, 1SS0, by .1. Biodte, 31. D.
Won January 1, 1887, by Wm. linger.
Won July 2:i, 1887, by J. Kothwell.
Won Januarys, 1888, by C.B. Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888, by V. Hustace.
Won January 1, 18SU, by J. W. Pratt.
I. THE BRODIEMEDAL.
Valued at $50; also, second prl7.e,35;
third prize, $2.o0. Conditions of tho
match : Open to all members of the As
sociation and members of the regular
and volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom, to become tho property of the
marksman winning it threo times at the
regular meetings of the II. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards: round, 10; any
military title uuder the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, $1.
Won January 1, 1S80, by Wm. Uugcr.
Won July 5, 188C, bv C. B. Wilson.
Won January 1. 1887,by C. B. Wilson.
AVou July 23, 1887. by T. JleDcimott.
Won January 2, 18o8, by Dr. Brodle.
Won July 1, 188S, by J. II. Fisher.
Won January 1, ISS'J, by J.H. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at $100; also, a second prbe
of $f; third prize, $2.50. Conditions:
Upen to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times at the regular meeting of tho H.
R. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yaid ranges; any military rllle under
uie rules; iimiteu to one entry lor eaen
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
Won July 5, 1S80, by J. Brodio, 3I.D.
Won January 1, 1887, by W. C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Kothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 1888, by F. Hustace.
Won January 1, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.-
HE H. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $1.10. Competitors limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highcbt aggregate scoie
at 200 and COO yards; 10 loimds nt each
distance; any military rifle under the
rules; to become the property ol the
marksman winning 11 three times at
regular meetings of the II. It. A. En
trance fee, $1.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any regular mcetiug of the II. It. A.
Limited to members of tho Association ;
lOinumlsnt S0O and 000 yards. En
trance fee, $1.
Won July 1, 1888, by J. Kothwell.
Won January 20, 18SD, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. B. 31. H. Hyacinth.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD 3rEDAL.
I'lesented by Hon J. A. Cummins,
To bo shot for at 200 and 500 yai ds. 10
shots at each distance. Open to mem
bers ho have never won a Hrst class
prize. To become the property of tho
inai kiiiuau winning It three times. En
trance fee, 81.
Won January 1, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
VI. HYACINTH CUP.
Piesonted'by Lieut. E. I. Ashe,
It. F. Yeo and Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become the propi'i ty of
the niiii'ksimiH winning It twice). 7
sbots at 200, CSO and GOO yards. Mili
tary llllo; any position. Entrance fee,
81. No sighting Bbots allowed.
Won January 1, 1880, by C. 15. Wilson.
200 yardi. Open to all coiners. Any
riilu. Unliiuiteileutrlei. No hair or set
tiiggcrs allowed. Entrances fee, $1.
Flint prl'e, 820; 2nd, $10; 3d, 5.
VIII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Sonio very valuable prizes, ami a
prio for everybody. Any rllle; Tt
rounds; distance, 200 yards. No hair or
set triggers allowed. Entries unlimited.
Entrance 'fee, 81.
No ciitrlcs will bo made before tho
day of tho mutch, nnd persons will
Mioot according to tho uuinbor on their
' All members of tho Association who
have made over 80 per cent, at any gen.
eral meeting of thu II. R. A. will not bo
allowed to compete.
Committee on Cltlciis' piUcs:
J, II. Koi'KH,
J. URODIK. M. D.,
J, ROTH WELL,
Secretary pro torn, 38 tt
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PAS'!! this on Your Telephone Card
Dell Telephone Co. linrt & Co.
Ellto Ice Cream Parlors No. 182; Han
& Co. Candy Factory No. 397. Mutunl
Telephone Co. Hart & Co. Ellto Ice
Oronm Parlors No. 338. 283i3t
F N E Ico Cream Cakes
and Candles at the
"Elite Ico Crcnm Parlors."
Assets, : : $90,000,000.00
"Puds are Stubborn Things."
At every ngc, on every picmium
tabic, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL KESULTS of Tontine Policies
of the Now York Life Insuranco Co.
have been LAKGEIt than those OF
ANY OTIIEK COMPANY issuing
DSfFor particulars apply to
O. O. ItEISttElL,
Gcn'l Agent Hawaiian Islands.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Oreao with debt stops. Suitable
for school or cliuruh. A flno instru
ment. Apply nt 57 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
Oliiiicso Employment Oflice
THE-undersigned begs to notify the
public that he has opened a Chi
nese Employment Oflice, at No. U7 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 3S5.
No charge for getting servants. Oflice
in Lack Lung Chung s carpenter Mion.
2571m LEE CIIU.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands At Chambers.
U EVOKE MR. JUSTICn I-nESTON.
IN the matter of the Bankruptcy of
A. F. Cooke. Order on petition of
Bankrupt for discharge from his debts.
Upon reading and filing the petition
of AMOS FKANCIS COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, Oaliu, alleging that more than six
months have clupscd since he was adju
dicated a bankrupt and praying for a
discharge from nil his debts.
It is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. IBS'), at 10 a. m. of
that day, at the Court Boom in Aliiolani
Hale, Honolulu, be ond is hereby np.
pointed tho time and place for 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 thoy have why the
prayer of said Bankrupt should not be
And it is further ordered that notice
be given by advertisement in the Daily
Bulletin, published in paid Honolulu,
for two weeks, ot the time nnd place of
such hearing and that the Clerk of tho
Supreme Court mail notices of the time
and placo of such henring to all cre
ditors of said Bankrupt who have proved
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Alkiied W. Caiitkk,
Second Deputy Cleik.
Dated Honolulu, June 14, 1880. 270 td
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fort Strool, noxt Lucas' Mill,
W. W. WRIGHT,
Nos. 79 and 81 King Street.
Ship's Blacksmilbing, Drays, Carts &
Wagon Building as specialty.
Every description of work in tho
abovo linen performed in a first-class
manner and cxicutcd at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
EST Orders from tho other islands
solicited. Will bo pleased to sec all
our old customers as well as now ones.
Mutual Tolcphono No 575.
STILES ai QUALITIES !
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER.
CO cents por month.
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORKER UOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torcliong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lines of Lace Triiiss !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
Grcat Bargains can be obtained by calling at tho Temple of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
Dec-l-88 Cornor Hotel & Fort Street.
75 & 77 Fort S1-EGAN & CO Honolulu, H. I.
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance ol Our Splendid Stock will bo
Sold during the Month oi Juno
AT -25- PER - CENT - BELOW - COST
HOLLISTER & CO
10l FOKT STKEET. IIONOIiUIiU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 sc so "xmimjr rIoto1 Ht
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles 0B Latest
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
gjgf N. 1). On ami after
ol our Dressmaking Rooms,
.fc&aiil u&A&dkxb fc-a-tel
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THAN KVKU -:
. J3. SMITH, Agent.
15th, MISS CLARK will Lave charge