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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889.
Bk Alex McNeill, 124 days from San
Bkt hlscovcry from San Francisco
Btrar J A Cummins fioin Koolau
Stmr tVulmamilo forEwa and Wainiiae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
jitar W O linll for Lahalna, Manlaca,
Koun. Kan and the Volcano at 1(1
o'clock a m
Stmr Pclo fo llawnll at 11 a m
From Kan Francisco per Discovery
Jan 27 MesBra Anderson and Zollcr.
From Koolau per stmr O II Bishop,
June 20 Mr Bueholz, Aliss Stewart, 2
Chlncae and 16 deck.
The bark S F Hcrsey came Into the
harbor this morning and will at onco
commence to dlschargo her caigo of
The baik Alox McNeill arrived this
morning 12J days from San Frauclsco
with 100 tons of geneial cargo.
The barken tlnu Discovery was denied
for IIouolulu with 425 bbls Hour, 20 bbls
salmon, CO bbls lime, C50 sks bran. 300
ski middlings, 52 J ctls oats, 754 ctls
barley, 850 ground do, 1G,302 lbs to
bacco, i97 bales hay, 22 cs shoes, 14,511
railroad ties, etc., valued at $24,412.
The O K Bishop brought 2203 bags of
rice fiom Koolau yesterday.
The Pole euils for Ilaw ail at 11 a m
ARUIVALS AT SAN FRANCISCO.
June 7 Bk G N Wilcox, 20 diys from
Honolulu; bk Alex McNeill, 2J days
from Honolulu; Juno 8 S S Zcnlundia,
7 dajs from Honolulu; brig W G Irwin,
18 days fiom Kahulul.
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
The general committee for the
Fourth met at noon to-day. The
sum of $600 was npproptiated for
baseball, yachting ami rowing. The
liteiary exercises will be held in the
Opera House ; the sports at Makiki
at 1 p. m. ; the baseball match be
tween the Stais and Honolulus at
3 :30 p. in. a't the same place, and
the ball in the "evening" at tho Hotel.
At the regular meeting of Mystic
Lodge No. 1 K. of P. held "last
evening the following officers were
elected for the ensuing six months:
C. W. Zeigler, C. C. ;
C. T. Wilder, V. C. ;
H. M. Dbw, P. ;
F. Hariison, M. A. ;
" A. V. Gear, M. Ex.
W. H. Hoogs, I. G. ;
H. J. Gallagher, O. G.
A. Garteuberg, Trustee.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Ban1 will give a complimentary con
cert to Capt. Clarke and officeis of
H. M. S. Espiegle Friday evening,"
,Tu,ne 28th (52d anniversary Queen
Victoria's ascension to the throne),
at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30:
Overture Festival .....Bacli
Reminiscences of Balfo Godf i oy
Walr.7 Jubilee Cooto
Grand National Fantasia Kappey
Ala Iliki Mai. Ipo Lauae.
Fantasia Kobeit Bruce (new)
Gavotte Queen's Own Ainilliou
1'oJJai Royal Ilussais ...Jleitcl
God Save the Queen.
Star Spangled Manner.
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL LEAGUE.
A rneeting of the league was held
yesterday afternoon at three o'clock,
when the following resolution was
Resolved: That upon it being
pr6vcVt,tat a.ny player belonging to
a club, which is a member of the
Hawaiian Baseball League, has ac
cepted " or offered money or other
emolument, for the purpose of in
fluencing the result ef a game, to
the detriment of the club of which
he is a member, or any other club,
JIE BE FOREVER EXPELLED.
And Resolved: That upon proper
eyjdenpq being given that any per
son or' persons have offered nny
player, players or club, a bribe, 3iich
party or parties shall be publicly
exposed and prosecuted.
The league accepted with thanks
j,b.o offer of a roqnoy purse from the
4'tii Jtily Committee.
Tho use of the grounds was given
to tpo 4tu of July committee on
W. E. Wall was appointed an um
pire of the league.
The thanks of the league were
given to Mr. Gribble fotue offer of
a silver cup on certain conditions.
Following is tho schedule of
games for the balance of the season :
July 4 Stars vs. Honolulu.
" 0 Hawaii vs. Kiiiuhini.
" 13 Honolulu vs, Hawaii.
" 20 Knmelianielia vs. Stars.
" 27 Stars vs. ICniulani.
Aug. Honolulu vs. Kameliamejia.
.' i- IQ-rllawail vs. Rtars.
ii 'It Ku'mehiimeliavs. Hawaii.
" 24 StarB vs. Kaiulani.
31 Kaiulani vs. Honolulu.
Sept. 7 Hawaii vs. Honolulu,
i, ,,,uum, 4- -J
The weigh of tho transgressor Is
light'," is the way Johnny's mother
put it when he carao back froin the
butcher's'vfith an alleged two pounds
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ujual & oehbhm. news,
A imotvM leather bug )im been loal,
Thk U. S. S,
Adams is to come to
Look out for
tho S. H. Umatilla
On June 13lh sugar wns quoted at
8 conts for 00 test.
Thk Kinau will bo duo to-morrow
morning from windward.
IIonokaa stock wns sold at $300
and Waimanalo at 5225 this morning.
Coint report crowded
The steamer W. G. Hall sails at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning for Maui
The game of baseball on Saturday
will be between the Kumeliamchaa
Mn. C. A. Peacock will act for Mr.
W. O. Peacock during tho lattcr's
absence from the country.
Applications for foreign money
orders per Alameda will bo received
at the Post Office up to 4. p. in. to
morrow. Capt. Houdlotte loft fot Eureka
Juno 10th, to concludo negotiations
for the purchase of two tugs for J.
D. Sprockets & Bros.
The closing exercises of tho Kn
mchameha School at Kawaiahno
Church this evening will no doubt
attract a large audience.
The ladies should bear in mind
that the only place in town to obtain
the Spar sailor hat is at N. S. Sachs'
Popular Millinery House.
On Monday at 3 p. m. a meeting
of the stockholders of tho Hawaiian
C.irriago Manufacturing Company
will bo held at the office of W. (5.
Messrs. McCandlcss Bros, have
struck water on Ah In's rice planta
tion, Falama, at a depth of 100 feet,
tho flow rising 15 inches above
Judge Dole and Mr. V. E. Rowell
got upset on the reef yesterday in
the yacht Reform. Beyond a good
wetting they were none the worse
for their accident.
Capt. McNeill of the barkentine
Discovery has the best thanks of the
Bulletin for a file of late San Fran
cisco papers. Our thanks are also
due Pilot Mclntyre and the second
mate of the Alex. McNeill.
The following appointments of
naval officers have been made: Lieu
tenants A. E. Culver and Frank R.
Heath of the Vandalia appointed to
the Iroquois. Lieutenant J. C. Bur
nett has been detached from the
The Advertiser is wrong in stating
that the blacksmith shop at Kamcha
meha school has been under the tui
tion pf Mr. J. W. McDonald The
boys have been instructed under the
skilful hands of William Wright of
"Messrs. AHon & Robinson have
been awarded the contiact for sup
plying the U. S. S. Alert with 155
tons of coal, and sending 30Q tons to
Fanning's Island, The fiim have
charteied the Caibaiien to go to the
island. The 1458 tons of coal on the
bark S. F. Horsey have been pur
chased by Allen & Robinson.
The next term, of the Kamcba
mehjv school will begin Monday,
Sept. 2d. A new dormitoiy is in pro
cess of erection that will accommo
date thirty-fiyo hoys, Applications
for admission should he lor.w.mled at
onco, aa applicants have been turned
away the past year for lack of room.
New students must be present at
nine o'clock Monday morning, Sept.
2d, for examination. Both old and
new btudents should send in thuir
names as early as Aug. 1st'. Those
who do so will bo favored in the
choice of rooms. After that date
rooms will bo assigned in order of
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. nnd A. S. It. at 7:30.
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
English literature class, Y. M. C.
Closing exercises Kamehameha
School at Kawaianao Church, at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. Y. MpItOAN,
At 10 a. in., at salesroom, a large
lot of elegant household furniture,
full particulars of which appear
elsewhere. The furniture is now on
BY L. J. LEVEY.
At 10 a. in., regular cash sale,
when will be offered a large assort
ment of general merchandise.
DEATH OF A SAMOAN SURVIVOR.
Lieut. Frank Reeves Heath, a
survivor from the Vandulia who
went to San Francisco on the
steamer Rockton, died at tho Mare
Inland hospital from dysentery con
tracted at Apia, which was compli
cated with compouud pneumonia a
week before his death on June 12th.
He entered the service in 1873 and
was one of three ofllceis from Samoa
ordered directly to sea duty on ar
rival home, although the command
er of the Vaudalta reported them
unfit for transfer owiug tq Ipag of
jiealth and clothing.
WAaff'1IKfcsLlSfflaM J SftHaLTftiU
Lata ForBii Hews,
Nine Days Later from San
Soattlo Destroyed By Fire.
On Thursday afternoon, June 8lh.
at 2 :30 o'clock, a lire was started in
Seattle, Washington State, by a
careless workman overturning a glue
pot in a little turning shop, which
resulted In a conflagration that des
troyed nine-tenths of the city.
The section destroyed was on low
land reclaimed from the tido, and
wooden buildings were built on piles
giving great advantage to the flames.
The streets were paved with wood
planking and the wharves extended
far out into the water. All the
brick buildings were costly and sub
stantial. The area devastated com
prised ninety-four acres thickly
built. The boundary of the fire on
the north is Univeiaity street, on the
nest and south Seattle harbor, and
on the cast Second and Fourth
streets. There were about five
hundred wooden and fifty biick
buildings. The wooden buildings
were mostly old, and being in the
fire limits, if they had alone burned
no regret would have been felt, but
every brick building in town is gone
except three. Ona of the latter was
the Boston block and another an un
finished building. Two of these
survivors were much injured when
the sun set that night. All the rail
road property in the city was des
troyed. Every bank, theatcr,engine
house, telegraph olllcc and news
paper olllce is gone. The City
Hall, with records, was lost,
and the big Occidental Hotel and
nearly every vvhaif, electric light
and gas wotks is lost, and the elec
tric and cable road disabled.
A strong nortli wind was blowing
when the lire staited, which increas
ed until about six, when the flames
were driven at the speed of a prairie
fne. The lirst row of buildings at
tacked were of wood, built on piles,
and the fire devoured them with in
ci edible speed and then reached out
on all sides, licking up a big saw
mill, three wooden blocks and the
Frye Opera House, a four story
brick. The supply of water was
insufficient and the firemen weie un
able to accomplish anything. Half
an hour after the fire started people
half a mile awny began to move per
sonal effects and to blow and tear
down buildings, in the hope of
checking the flames, but the fire
laughed at the feeble endeavors, and
stopped at the water on one side and
steep hills on the other. At 7 o'clock
o'clock on the hills looked down on
ninety acres of flames. The fire
sped with the wind, leaping the
streets in a second. Many of the
brick blocks were four stories in
height, but a few minutes sufficed
for their destruction. Oh teaching
the Whitechapel district, in South
Seattle, the fire spiead so rapidly
that people weieglad to esoapo with
life. Little effoit was made here to
fight the destioj'er. Aa soon as the
citizens could rouse from their dis
may a vigilance committee was
formed, two companies of militia
called oit and 200 special police
sworn in, but not too soon, fot
thieves were abreast of the fire pillag
ing stores, A jewelry store was
cleaned out at one rush. Several
hundred men systematically began
the woik of plunder, and these were
reinfoiced by an army from Tacoma,
who came by train. One firebug
espied setting fire to a building was
shot at repeatedly by a policeman
until h' 'was killed in his attempted
The loss of life in the fne is esti
mated at twenty-five.
The loss is estimated at 815,000,
000, and insurance about 25 per
cent, of the w hole. A number of
losses weie paid within two days.
Offers from capitalists in other cities
of money for rubuilding wero receiv
ed to an aggregate of 830,000,000.
At a meeting presided over by the
mayor the morning after the (ire, the
500 or COO citizens assembled re
solved to rebuild the city of brick
and stono. The question being
raised it's to whether 8558 raised for
the Johnstown sufferers should not
be letaiued for home lelief, a hun
dred voices shouted, l(No, let her
go)1' Relief for tho suffereis by the
lire is genet ous fiom all sides.
The United States Iavy Depart
ment has decided to recognize King
Mataafa's services in saving life and
proporty at Apia, by sending him a
wlmle boat of the latest improved
model, to be built at the Marc Island
navy yard. It will bo accompanied
with an autograph letter from Presi
dent Hariison and taken to Samoa
by a committee of suiviving naval
olllcers, who will probably leave
California in August.
Pridham of Australia was at Mon
tieal on the 8th inst., making in
quiries about tho Canadian Pqcityc
Raihaad as a mail route, on behalf
of Australia. He says there is a
veiy great feeling of annoyance in
Australia against the American
Government for not assisting the
mail service betwecu the two coun
tries. There are strained relations le-
ported existing between the Goyen
ments. of Russia rml Germany. The,
Cologne Gazette declares that the
Cjiar is definitely committed to a
uj L. "
Fftn8MBt noUey IhpoIvIop erhlct.1
daTelopmanU which ar fcc-und, to
have a violent end,
Tho city of Lu-chow, China,11
reported buined with a loss of
It is said tho murderers of Dr.
Cronin will certainly bo unmasked
by a special grand jury Just empan
elled In Chicago
Stanley has been heard from at
Ururi, south-eastern shore of tke
Victoria Nyanzaj Dec. 2. Ho had
sustained heavy losses, large num
bers of men having died from dis
ease and famine. The explorer had
rejoined and left Emin Pasha at
Unyaia, on the northwestern shore
of the lake.
An excursion train filled with
Methodist Sunday school children
was wrecked June 12th, between
Armagh and Warrenport, County
Down, Ireland, and nearly a hun
dred persons were killed outright,
while many otheis weie terribly
mangled. The inajoiity of the vic
tims were adults about twenty years
of age, who occupied the last car
which was completely smashed.
Disease has broken out among the
survivors of the Johnstown calamity
in Pennsylvania, and ruins aie be
ing burned to pievcnt epidemics.
Sir Julian Paunoefote presented the
President a message of sympathy
from Queen Victoria on the disaster.
The city of Dublin has contributed
1,000 for relief, and San Fiancisco
over 800,000. The loss of life is
now reduced on conservative- esti
mates to 5,000 people. Survivors
are being registered so as to reach
an approximation of the dead. It
is clear the calamity was due to
criminal negligence, as the reservoir
had been long repoitcd as unsafe
but nothing done.
The steamer Lubeck arrived at
Sydney June 7th from Apia with
advices of May 28th. Everything
is quiet in Samoa. The truce is
being maintained between the con
tending natives. Owing to tho re
ports that an additional German
man of war is on the way to Apia,
Mataafa has recalled his followers.
It was expected that 3000 of his
followers would assemble in one
camp shortly. Tamasese and 3000
of his adherents remained encamp
ed at Atua. All the men-of-war had
left Apia. The British man-of-war
Rapid sailed for the Fiji Islands.
German residents of Samoa have
presented Dr. Knappe, lato German
Consul, with a flattering address, in
which they express their confidence
in mm anu praise nis vigilance in
behalf of German interests.
The Cologne Gaette regards the
reinstatement of Malietoa as proba
ble. It says that Germany considers
the question of a ruler of Samoa as
secondary to that of the secuiity of
the lives and property of foroign
residents depending upon independ
ent foreign officials.
There is said to be a hitchh
in Washington over accepting the
Berlin agi cement.
IIOMMUXU FATHER A3IIEX.
The Prince of Wales is taking the
lead in a movement to commemorate
the labors of Father Damien. An
influential committee, including the
Archbishop of Canterbury, the
Bishop of London, Cardinal Man
ning, Dr. Spurgcon, Gladstonq.Mor
ley and Lord Randolph Churchill,
has been named.
Tho object is the erection of a
monument over Father Daniien's
grave at Molokai, and the establish
ment of a leper ward in the Hospital
for Skin Diseases. The London
committee will also institute full in
quiiy into leprosy in India.
FRESH and Delicious Boston Cream
I'ufU every Tuoiday and Saturday
t F. Horn's.
DLAIN and French
JL iiihiIc every day
munis made lor large orders at tiie rlo
nter Sienm Cindy Factory & Bakery,
Hotel between Fort and Nuunnu streets.
ESTABLISHED 1803. Tho only
ri-iii and Genuine English Butter
scotch in Honolulu is solely mnnufuc
tured by F. HoitN, Proprietor Pioneer
Meum Candy Faotoiy & Bakery. Both
TelepuonniNo 74. 285 4 1
PASTE this on Your Telephone Card,
liell Tclrphons Co. Unrt & Co.
Bllto Ico Cream Parlors No. 182; Hurt
& Co. Candy Factory No. 397. Mutual
Telephono Co. Hart & Co. Elite Ico
Orcum Pxrlnra No 338, 283 !lt
FINE Ice Cream Cakes
and CandiCH at the
"Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
ALL members of Kamehameha Lodgo
of Perfection, No. 1, are respict.
fullv requested to attend the meeting of
tha Lodgo at 7:fi0 o'clock TUIB EVEN.
1NG, at the usual place. 280 It
A GOLD Brooch with small ncnrl In
il center, ellhwr on King street cars
or on Fort street.
Tho Under will bo
on leaving at this
DURING my absenco from this King,
dom Mr. O. A. Peacock will act
for me in all manors umbr full power
of attorney. W. O. PEACOCK.
Honolulu. Juno 27. 1HKQ. 28(1 Ht
Man who understands
ermauKiid EnKlish lancuaces. a
situation in a store, or drlvei of delivery
wugon or wholesale house Host oi re.
ferenccs given Anply at this olllce.
mm $7. in
, -nOF Tlll!--,
Seini-Animal Competition !
To be held on their Range, on King
street, opposite tho Govern
On THURSDAY, July 4, 1889,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOK DOMINIS CUP.
Valued at $100. for tins highest aggre
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 una 3,
to become the piopeity of the marks
man winning it tlnco times at the regu
lar meetings of the 11. K. A.
Won July 5, 18S0, hv J. Brodie, 51. D.
Won .lauuary 1, 1887, bv Win. Ungcr.
Won July 2J, 1887, by J. RotliHcll.
AVou Januarys, 1SSS, byC. B Wilson.
Won .iuly 4, 1888. by F. ilust.icc.
Won January 1, 1S80, by J. W. Pratt.
I. THE BltODIEMEDAL.
Valued at $50; also, second piize,S5;
third piie, fL'.oO. ( onditions of the
match: Open to all member-, of the As
sociation aud members? of the rcgiiliu
and oluntcer military companion of the
Kingdom, to become the pioperty of tho
marksman winning it three times at the
leuulai meetings of the II. It. A.
Distance, L'po yaids: 1 omuls, 10; any
military line uudei the rules; limited
to ouo entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 31.
Won Jauntily 1, 188b, by Win. Uuger.
"U on July 5, 188C, by C. B. Wilson.
Won Janiiaiy 1. 1887,by C. U. Wilson.
Wou July 2.1, 1887. by T McDcrmott.
Won January 2, 18b8, byDi. Brodie.
Won July 4, 1S8S, by J II. frishcr.
Won January 1, 1S8U, by J. II. Fisher.
II. TIIE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 9100; also, a second prue
of 95; third pi i7c, $2.50. Condition!,:
Open to ml eouieia; to become the pro
puty of the marksmau winning it three
times at the regular meeting of the II.
K. A.; 2 stilng of 10 shots each at 500
yard langcs; any military rifle under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
on July 5, .880. by J. Biodic, M D.
Won lauuary 1, 1887, by W C. King.
Wron Julj 23, 1887, by J. Itothwcll.
Won Januaiy 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Won Julvl, 1888, by F. Hustaee.
Wou Januaiy 1, 188H, by J. W. Prate
III. II. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $150. Competitors limited
to membert) of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and 500 J.uds; 10 tounds at each
distance; any militaiy lille under the
Miles; to In come the piopeity ot the
marksman w inniui: it three times at
lobular meetings of the II. U. A. En
trance fee, 81.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
for Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any icgular nieotiug of the II. It. A.
Limited to members of the. Association;
10 rounds at 500 and 000 yards. En
trance fee, SI.
Won Jul 4, 1888, by J Rothncll.
Wou Januaiy 20, 1889, by Lieut.
Ashe, II. B M. S. Hjacluth.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Picsented by Hon J. A. Cummins,
To bo shot for at 200 and 500 yards. 10
shots at each distance. Open to inum
beiswhohae never won a first class
prio. To become the property of tho
marksman winning it thiee times. En
trance fee, 91.
Wou Januaiy 1, IBS", by J. W. Pratt.
VI. HYACINTH CUP.
Prespnted by Lieut. E. P. Ashe, Dr.
It. F. Yeo mill Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become the piopeity of
the mailcsman winning it twice. 7
shots at 200, 500 and 000 vards. Mili
tary rllle; any position, Entrance fee,
81. No sighting shot allowed.
Won January 1, 18S0, by C. B. Wilson.
200 yardn. Open to all comers. Any
rltlc. Unlimited eutrie. Nohairoiset
triggeis allowed. Entrance fco, 81.
Fiistprbe, S-'O; 2nd, 10; 3d, $5.
VIII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuablo pilcs, and a
pi io for everybody. Any lillu; B
lounds; distance, 200 yards. No hair or
si-t tiiggcis allowed. Entiles unlimited.
Biitruuce fee, 81.
No untiles will bo made before the
day of tho match, and persons will
shoot according to tho number oil their
All members of the Association who
hao made over 80 per cent, at any gen.
eial meeting of tho U. R, A. will not bo
allowed to compete.
. Committee on Citizens1 prizes:
J. II. SOl'Klt,
R. J, Lii.liu,
J. BRODIE. M. D.,
StcreUry pro Um. 283 Si
1 .(.IJ- ."". s ii - -v-
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laoes.
Also, Lane Lies of Lace Trimmings 1
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
Great Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Templo of Fashion for fk
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during the Month of Juno
AT -25 - PER - CEMT- BELOW COST
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FORT STJKEKT, HONOLULU.
JU1 J -J -J
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 &z. SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles 0 Latest Designs
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
g0 N. U. On and after May
of our Droainuking Roomi,
Corner Hotel & Port Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
THAN JBVKU a:
JO. B. SMITH, Ajrent.
15th, MISS CLARK will bave oharg
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