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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1889.
Schr Knulllua from Kauai
Btmr Viva from Maul
Hclir Ko An Hon from Ewa
Stmr U 11 Bishop from Koolau
Bohr Iialnbow from Koolau
Schr Kaalukal for Eleele and Hannpcue
For Kauai per stmr Mlkahala, Juno
25 Miss N J Mnlouc, Miss Ella B
Snov. Miss M Ella Spooncr, Miss Flax
man, Miss L Ilaco, llev J B llimalko
and wife, MUs llanalke, Mrs W II Klcc,
3IrsaW Wilcox and 3 children, Mrs
Gray, A Richardson, Mrs JU Iseuberg,
Chas Gay und 40 deck.
For Kilauea and Hanalel per stmr
Walalcalc, June 25 K A M actio, Jr.
! II . I J .
SEARLE Ou the 21st June, at Kaala
ikl, Kau, Hawaii, to thevlfe of
John 0. Senile, a sou.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. F. HOBGAK.
At 2 p. m., nt the store of Egan
& Co., ladies' underwear, silks, sa
tins, 4. cashmeres, dress patterns,
laces and ribbons, hats, handker
chiefs, parasols, shoes, etc.
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
The Arion Hall was well filled
last evening with an audience as
sembled to hear the farewell con
cert by the Swiss Warblers, Miss
Uhl, Mes.rs. Maag and Schmidt.
The front of the platform was very
tastily decorated with potted plants,
and colored lanterns wore hung"
along the verandahs of the hall.
The concert commenced at eight
o'clock and for one hour these'lhiee
talented people appeared in solos,
duets and trios which were exceed
ingly well received by the audience,
and they were rewarded with
frequent applause. Mr. Schmidt's
solos on the zither were finely play
ed, showing him to be a complete
master of the instrument. Miss
Uhl, in her solos, showed consider
able skill, while the jodelling of Mr.
Maag was quite a treat, being some
thing seldom heard here.
At the conclusion of the pro
gramme Bandmaster Berger mount
ed the platform, thanked the audi
ence for their attendance and an
nounced that dancing will be next
Mr. Berger, with five members of
his band, played for dancing, which
was kept up for some time with
much spirit. Mr. T. P. Severin was
floor manager. Refreshments were
served during the evening. All the
members of the Arion present did
all in their power to make the occa
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following are booked to leave
at the office of Messrs. W,- G. Irwin
Per R. M. S. Alameda, June
29th Hon. S. Paiker and wife,
Misses Helen and Eva Parker, Miss
Blanche Cornwell, Miss Mary Dow
sett, W. A. Buick, S. Ando, Mrs.
E. S. Cunha and son, W. C. Pea
cock and wife, C. C. Kennedy,
Capt. J. A. King.
Per S. S. Umatilla, July 5th
Mrs. P. Neumann and son, (J. W.
Dickey,. W. G. Cooke, Rev. E. G.
Porter, A. Fernandez, wife and
child, Miss Merseole, Miss C. K.
Wyckoff, Miss Elliott, Miss Blake,
C. O. Shields, MissS. Roberts, Miss
J.B. Massey, Misses Rickard (2),
T. R. Foster, Miss May Bailey.Kev.
W. C. Merritt and wife, Miss C. D.
Robertson, E. Kleinan, Miss II.
Frear, W. F. Frear.
The July .term of Supreme Court
opens at 10 a. in. Monday, July 1st,
Mr. Justice McCuliy presiding. The
calendar contains 70 cases divided
as follows: Jluwaiiau Jury, eiiminal
cases G, civil 18; Foreign Jury,
priminal 22, civil 7; In Banco 9;
Divorces 10; cases from other
circuits, Hawaiian Jury, 3.
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS,
BBF0HE DOLE, J.
Wednesdat, Juno 2Gth.
ElWm. R. Castle vs. J. L. Kaulu
kou. Replevin. Jury waived ; April
term, 1888. Continued from Dec.2G,
1888, and Feb. 27, 1889. Further
continued until called up. No ap
pearance of or for plaintiff; V. V.
Ashford for defendant.
In the matter of the estate of Geo.
Engelhardt, late of Honolulu, Oahu,
deceased testate. Petition of L. A.
Thurston and C. Bolto, executors,
fcr allowance of accounts and dis
charge. Partly heard and referred
to J. II. Heist as a master to repoit
upon. W. O. Smith for petitioners;
U. Bolto,oiio of petitioners.
Weduesdav, June 2Gth.
Mahoc, Kanalua and Jno. Kellop
had eaolj to pay $Q for drunkenness.
' "A nolle pros was entered against
Keoni for assault with inteut to rape.
Eight Chinese and three haolcs
for gaming wore ramandod to future
Th ifrri i i;n'irti7ii,ii-fii.-,rrr-iiiiiiii''iiiiii'iiiii'vViiiin'M
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An energetic man wants a situa
tion. The band is playing at tho Queen's
Hospital this afternoon.
i i ' i i i -
Mn. Levey will hold his legular
cash sale Friday morning.
- i i
Bishop Willis is at prefont on a
pastoral visit on tho Island of Kauai.
Tun concert at the Kaumakapili
Church Saturday owning netted
On Saturday tho Wilder' Steam
Bhip Company will pay a dividond of
three dollars per share.
The Mutual Company placed a
telephone on board tho U. S. S. Alert
this morning. It is No. 75.
The Tramways Company is erect
ing a largo eoruigated iron stable at
the Kaniehamelm School terminus.
A sailor who deserted the U S. S.
Nipsic when slio was in port here,
was arrested this niorningby the
At the meeting of Mystic Lodge
No. 2, K. of 1, this evening, the ofli
crs for tho ensuing term will bo
The .property at Tuna known as
tho Aliupuaa of Kahanalea, an
nounced for salo this noon, was with
drawn. Arrangements havo been made
for tho U. S. S. Nipsic to bo hauled
on tho Marino Railway when she ar
Two drivers of the Tramways Com
pany were each fined $20 yesterday
for cruelty to animals. An appeal
The closing exercises of the K.i
mehameha Preparatory school will ho
held to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the school, to which the public is
The regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. U. will bo held to-morrow
afternoon at half-past two o'clock,
at the parlors of tho Y. M. C. A.
The fast sailing barkentine S. G.
Wilder sails for San Francisco on Sa
tuulay the 29th, at noon. Messrs. F.
A. Schaefer & Co. are the agents.
The box plan for reserved seats
for the first performance by Hicks
Sawyers' Minstrels opens at nine
o'clock to-morrow morning at Lewis
J. Levey's office.
Read what Mr. Horn has to say in
the business items in another col
umn. Twenty-six years has his fac
tory been established. No need to
say anything else.
Where tho stone was being quar
ried for the Bishop Museum at the
first anniversary of the Kainohameha
School, is now a first-rate baseball
ground on which the famous club of
that institution trains.
The Hawaiian band will give a
complimentary concert to Captain
Claikoand officers of H. B. M. S.
Espiegle, at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
Friday evening, commencing at 7 :30
Ladies should not forget tho spe
cial auction sale to-morrow afternoon
at Egan & Co.'s store, by Mr. Mor
gan. A list of the goods to bo offered
appears in another column, and bar
gains are sure to be obtained. The
sale commences at 2 o'clock.
The lecture last evening on "The
Spanish Armada" by Rev. II. II.
Gowen, at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday school room was well attend
ed and exceedingly interesting. The
hymns "Onward Chiistian Soldiers,"
and "Peace Perfect Peace," were sung
during tho evening.
The Bernice P. Bishop Museum on
the Kamehameha School grounds
has reuched tho stage of roofing. Its
architectural design is now complete
ly displayed, showing it to bo ono of
the noblest buildings of Honolulu.
Tho stone was nearly all quarried
and dressed on tho ground.
Two well known young men of Ki
lauea, Kauai, were noticed a week
from last Saturday, examining tho
flumes at that place with much in
terest and close attention. At last
their excited appearance caused
someone to ask them if anything was
tho ma'tterv Thoy replied that they
had heard the cries of a child pro
ceeding from tho flumo and wero
afraid an accident had occurred. It
turned out that it was II. B. M. S.
Espiegle blowing her syren whistle.
Ik tho Bulletin Juno 20th ap
peared an item giving the names of
the first ten original Trustees elected
by tho Queen's Hospital corporation,
aud only tho name of ono of tho sur
vivors of tho ten appointed by the
Governmont. It may ho interesting
to know the names of those so honoi
ed "thiity years since" and that havo
passed away during tho succeeding
years. Thoy weie Prince Lot Ka
mehameha, David L. Gregg, William
Webster, Georgo M. Robertson, T. C.
Hcuck, John Ladd, James Bissett,
H. J. II. Holdsworth, A. B. Bates,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of P,
Mvstic Lodcc No. 2, K. of P
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, nt
Ttehearsal Honolulu Arion Society,
Service at Central Union Churchy
Service nt St. Andrew's Catho
drnl, at 7)90,
DALLX BULLimtti, HONOLULU H., 1.,
Closing llccltatlotin nt the Intltn
The terminal recitations of the
Knmehamcha School for Boys took
place at the class rooms of the insti
tution from nine o'clock this nioin
ing till noon. They were in tho
following order: Fifth division
mental analysis and equations, and
reading, conducted by Sarul. Kelii
noi, pupil teacher; Fourth division
dictation and oral sentences, con
ducted by Miss M. E. Hillcbrand ;
Third division written sentences
and reading, conduotcd by Mr. L.
C. Lyman; Second division busi
ness letter dictated, with original
reply, and oral analysis, conducted
by the Principal, Rev. V. B. Ole
son ; and, First division composi
tion and algebra, conducted by Mr.
II. S. Townsend.
The scholars showed much mental
alertness and considerable original
ity m literary exercises, together
with remarkable facility in arith
metic and algebra on the black
board. Their woik was corrected
by tho class in a majority of cases,
a method promotive of quickness in
the perceptive faculty. The most
apparent defect in their offhand
composition- was, naturally, faulti
ness in the English idiom even where
strictly correct as to syntax, which
will disappear gradually under the
careful training of the teachers.
All the available room for visitors
was crowded, there being, besides a
largo' number of friends of the
pupils, the following nauied persons
present: Princess Liliuokalani, Chief
Justice Judd, Hon. II. A. P. Carter,
Revs. Dr. Beckwith, II. Bingham,
S. E. Bishop, J. Waiamau and A.
D. Bissell ; Mrs. Bingham, Mrs.
Bishop and Mrs. W. C. Merritt;
Hous. W. D. Alexander, H. M.
Whitney and S. M. Damon ; Prof.
W. T. Brigham of Harvard univer
sity ; Mrs. L. A. Thurston, Mrs. A.
B. Lyons, Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools; Mrs.L.
D. Pinney and Miss Brewer of Oahu
College and Preparatory School,
Miss. Lyman of Kamehameha Pre
paratory School, Mrs. II. S. Town
send, Miss Ppoon of Kawaiahao
Seminary, Mrs. J. ,U. Kawainui, the
Misses Needham, Miss Palmer, Miss
M. E. Green, Messrs. J. O. Carter,
J.W.Kalua, S. Kane, representatives
ofthc Bulletin and Advertiser, and
After the recitations the visitors
on invitation of Mr. Uleson went
through the woikshops, seeing the
pupils at work in the sewing room,
printing office, carpenter shop,
blacksmith shop, and pumping
house. The evidences of skill in
handicraft wero much and deserv
edly admired, great progress being
apparent since the previous anniver
sary. A neat "Salutation" was set
up and struck off on cards, for dis
tribution fresh from the press to vis
itors in the printing oilice. Mr. J.
D. Wieke has charge temporarily of
the carpenter shop, while Mr. Town
send superintends the printing de
partment. The trial of the patent case of the
"Westinghouse Company against the
Edison Company, opened in the
United States Circuit Court May 20.
Patents worth $20,000,000 arc at
Nothing New Adorer.(nervously)
Isn't that your father's step on
the stairs? Sweet Girl Yes, but I
don't mind that; it's only a scare.
He won't come down. He always
stamps around that way when I sit
up with young men after 11 o'clock.
"THRESH and Delicious Boston Cream
JO Pull's ercry Tuesday aud Suturilny
ut P. Houn's. 385 2t
PLAIN and French Candies fresh
made every day. Special agree
menls made for laigu orders at tho Pio.
ncer Siciin Candy Factory & Bakery,
Hotel between Fort and Nuuanu streets.
STABLISHED 1883. Tho only
leal und Genuine English Butler
Scotch in Honolulu Is solely manufae.
turcd by F. IIoun, Proprietor Pioneer
Bteam Candy Factoiy & Bakery. Both
Telephones No 71. 28521
PASTE ihison Your Telephone Card.
Hell Telephone Co. Hint & Co.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors No. 182; Bart
& Co. Candy Factory No. 307. Mutual
Telephone Co. Hurt & Co. Elite Ico
Oroiim I'Hrlors No, 38. 28iil.it
Fl N E Ico Cream Cakes
and Candies at the
"Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
A GOLD Brooch with small pearl in
jCjl center, cither on King street cars
or on fort street,
Tho finder will bo
on leaving at this
JL for Hunch. Portuguese preferred
Apply this oilice.
or fl rooms,
J. E. BltOWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
PKR30NS who are willing to sub.
scribe towards defraying Ihu ex.
penses of the 4th of July Celebration
and havo not been called upon by tho
Finance Committee, will find a sub&crip.
tlon list with Mr. b E, Nichols, at Iho
Hawaiian Nowu Co.'s Store. Merchant
Btioet. J. G. BPENOER,
Chairman finance Oommlttoe.
To be held on their Range, ou King
street, opposite tho Govern
On THURSDAY, July 4, 1889,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOxMINIS CUP.
Valued at 9100. for the highest aggre
gate scobo in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the propeity of the maiks
man winning it three times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July 5, 18S0, by J. Biodie, M.D.
Won January 1, 1887, by wm. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 18S8, by C. B. Wilson.
Won July 4, 1888, by V. llustace.
Won .January l, iss'J, by J. w. rratt.
I. THE BRODIEJMEDAL.
Valued at 650; also, second pii7e,85;
thiid priu, $2.0. Conditions of the
match: Open to all members of the As
sociation and members of the legular
anil volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom, to become thepioperty of the
marksman w Inning it three times at the
regular mectiugs of the II. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards: rounds, 10; any
niilitaiy lillc under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
hance fee, 91.
Won January 1, 188(, by Wm. Unger.
Won July 5, 188G, by C. B. Wilson.
Won Jauuaiy 1, 1887,by C. . Wilson.
Won July S3, 1887. by T McDcrmott.
Won January 2, 1808, by Dr. Brodie.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. II. Fisher.
Won January 1, 18S9, by J. U. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 9100; also, a second prize
ofS5; third pi ize, $2.fi0. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
puty of the marksman winning it three
times at the regular mcetiiijr of the II.
It. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yard langes; any military rifle under
the mles; limited to ono entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, SI.
AVon 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.
wonMuiy 4, 1S8H, uy t: Jtiustace.
AVon January 1, 1883, by J. W. Pratt.
III. H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Competitors limited
to mcmbeis of tho Association. Condi
tions; For tho highest aggregate score
at 200 and 600 yaids; 10 rounds nt each
distance; any milltaiy rlllo under the
mles; to become the property ot the
maiksman winning it three times at
regular meetings of tho II. H. A. Eu
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To ho worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
nt any legular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to members of the Association;
10 1 omuls at COO and 000 yaids. En
trance fee, 91.
AVon July 4, 1888, by J. Rothwell.
AVon January 20, 1880, by Lieut.
Ashe, 11. B. M. S. Hyacinth.
V.WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Pieseutedby Hon J. A. Ciimmlus,
To be shot for at 20p and 5,00 yaids. 10
shots at each dlstanco. Open to mem
bers who have never won a Hist class
prize. To become the propeity of the
maiksman winning It tlueu times. En
trance fee, 81.
AVon January 1, 1880, by J. AV. Pratt.
VI. HYACINTH CUP.
K. F. Yuo and Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become tbo propeity of
the maiksman winning it twice. 7
shotb at 200, 500 and COO yards. Mili
tary lilluj any position. Entrance fee,
81. No sighting shots allowed.
Won January!, i860, by O. B. Wilson.
VII. STANDARD AMERICAN
200 yards. Opon to all comers. Any
illlo. Unlimited eutrlen, No hair or set
triggers allowed. Entrance fee, $1.
First prize, 820; 2nd, $10; 3d, fD.
VlII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very vnluauln pilzes, ami a
prizo for eveiyhody. Any rifle; f
rounds; distance, 200 yaids. No hair or
set tiiggero allowed. Entries unlimited.
Entrance fee, 91.
No entiles will bo made hofoio the
day of thu match, and persons will
hhoot according to tho number o,n their
All mumucu ot tho Association who
have mailo over 80 per cent, at any gen.
oral meeting of the 11. li. A. will uot bo
allowed to compete.
Committee ou Citizens' prize:
J. li. Hoi'Kit,
J. BRODIE. M. D
Secretary pro tern.
JUHiS 2t, t8B.
Assets, : : $90,000,000,00
" Facts aro Stubborn Things."
At every age, on every premium
table, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies
of the New York Life Insurance Co.
have been LARGER than those OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing
XF"For particulars apply to
C. . JTCEICGElt,
Gcn'l Agent Hawaiian Islands.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
partnership in thu "Cilterion Sn
loon," in Honolulu, lately subsisting be
tween Jnmes Dodd and Harry Miller,
under tho Arm name of Dodd & Miller,
was dissolved on tho 18th day of June,
1889, by mutual consent. All debts
owing to tho said partnership are to be
received by the said James Dodd, and
all demands on the enid partnership arc
to he presented to him for payment.
Honolulu, Juno IS, 18S9. 278 lw
Ants, Mice, Moths & Roaches
In Pianos !
IN this country, especially where Ants,
Mice, Mollis and ltouchcs infest
your Pianos to the destruction of the
same, and the annoyancV of all called
upon to use them, it would he well to
place vour instalments in Mn. J. W.
YARNDLEY'S care, who will efTec
tually clear them of all destructive in.
Beets, etc., and cleanse the strings aud
tuning pins from rust. See to this
before it is too Intel
Let Mn. YAHNDLEY tune your
Pianos and keep them In tunc. Many
Pinno9 suffer greatly and become worth
less for need of intelligent and more
frequent attention in regard to the
jjgy-Orders received at the office of
the Hawaiian News Co., Merchant
street, will be promptly attended to.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands At Chambers.
BEFORE Mil. JUSTICE PllESTON.
matter of the Bankruptcy of
Cooke. OrdT on petition of
bankrupt ror discharge from his debts.
Opon reading and Mine the petition
of AMOS FKANU1S COOKE, of Hono.
lulu, Oahu, alleging thnt more than six
months have elapsed since he was adju
dicated a bankrupt and praying for a
dischargo from all his debts.
It is ordered that TUESDAY, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 1889, at 10 a. m. of
tutu day, at tne Court Itoom in Amolani
Hale, Honolulu, bo and is hereby np.
pointed the timo and plnco for hearing
of said petition when nnd where all cre
ditors who have proved their claims
against s'lid Bankrupt may appear and
show cause if any thoy have why the
prayer of said Bankrupt should not bo
And it Is further ordered that notico
ho given by advertisement in tho Daily
Bulletin, published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks, of tho time and place of
such hearing and that the Clerk of the
supreme Court mail notices of tho time
and place of such hearing to all cre
ditors of said Bankrupt who have proved
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: Alkhed W. Oahtkii,
Second Deputy Clcak.
Dated Honolulu, June 14, 1689. 270 td
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fort Stroot, next Lucas' Mill,
W. W. WRIGHT,
Nos. 79 and 81 King Street.
Ship's Blacksmllhlng, Drays, Cart &
Wagon Building as spoclalty.
Every description of work in the
abovo Hues performed in a first-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
tW Orders from the other islands
solicited. Will ho pleased to see all
our old customers as well as new ones.
Mutual Telephone No 575.
tSSSs-B U Y -'$8
STILUS M UUAUT1H8 !
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Putts of We 16 Fanny Eiroideries,
Torchong Laees, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lies of Lace Triuiis !
AVILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
ft3 Immense DReclnotion St
Gieat Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Temple of Faihion for th
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAJf
Great InducementsDflered to the Public
Tho Balance ol Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during the Month oi June
AT -25 - PER - CEftiT - BELOW - COST
1M FORT STREET, HONOIiUIiU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 & SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N. B. On and after
ol our Drossmakitig Eoome.
Corner Hotel & Fort Street.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
THAN EVER ":
r. b. saixa'n, Aeont.
May 15th, MISS CLARK will have cliarR