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MQNDAY, JULY 1, 1889.
fttmr Mjkahala from Kmml
Stmr Viva fioin Mnut "
HchrXavlnla from Ewa
Holir Leahl fioin Koliiila
Schr Moi Walihio from llainnkua
Stmr Lchun from Hawaii
Htinr Jag Mukcc from Kapaa
Bk'Alcx MoSsM for San Francisco
liktue-Johu Worsterfor Sau FrnucUco
'Stmr Mokolll for Molokal ntliptn
Stmr Llkellks for .Maul at S p in
8ttur Kaala tor Walalua aud Waiaune
fttrrif- Waluutialo for Walanae and Wal
- - alua at 0 a tn
Sehr Luka for Kolinla
Sohr KulanianU for talawa
Stmr Viva for jiatii at 6 p m
' VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr Klnau for llilo and way ports at
Stmr Lehua for Uamakua and llilo ports
, at 4 p in
Rtnir Mikauala for Kauai at S p ni
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, June
80 Bishop of Honolulu, E Maeflc aud
wife, G W Goodaorc and wife, 11 Wolff,
lire Emma Aloluu, Mrs V 1' Kanoa, A.
Robinson and wife, Miss E Gay, C B
Hofgaard, A M Sproull, Mis Wellcuk, 2
Chinese nnd 06 deek.
From Molokai per stmr Mokolll, June
20 Mr Swift, Mrs J MuCorriston, and
For San Frauclpeo, per R M S S Ala
meda, June 20" C.iptain J A King, Slii
nlcbl Ando, Miss Blanche E. Cornwell,
Captain W Maison,Miss 11 E Cushman,
W A Buiek. MrsE Cunha and son,
W 0 Peacock and wife, C U Kennedy,
Mrs J Hoting and 2 children, Miss
Dower, L C Abies, C steerage, and 230
passengers in transit from Uic Colonies.
t or ban Francisco, per bkt S G Wil
der, June 80 E Stout and Mrs Waguer.
For Sau Francisco per bk (! D Biyant,
June 29 Mis K L Ladd. Mrs F Lochr
and child, G E Thrum, J C bite, .1
Thompson, Captain Underwood and
The Klnau sails at 2 p m to-morrow
for windward ports.
The Mikahala brought from Kauai
Suuday 3433 b igs of sugar aud 21 bead
of cattle and 85 sheep fioui Niibau
The bark O D Biyant sailed June 20th
for San Fiancisco with 21.873 bags su
gar, 300 bgs rice and 100 bags Kona cof
leo Total domestic value, 194,U 20.
The bktuc S G Wilder which sailed
June 29 for San $raucisro carried 17,
442 bags of sugar weighing 1027 tons
and valued at U9,435.2.
The bark Alex McNeil and the bktne
John Woister both saihd for Sau Fran
cisco on Sunday, the foimer taking 19,-39-1
bags of sugar and 13(10 bags of rice,
valued at 4-1G9.000: the latter with 12,
414 bags of sugar aud 2535 bags of nee,
valueu at 9117,352.61
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
.Emma Square commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Express Nelthai dt
Overture Ni-bueco Verdi
Cavatiua The Pirate Bellini
Medley Echoes from the Cotton
Malanai, Matiina, Lipolipo.
Medley War Recollections Beyer
Gavo te First Heai tibrobs.. .Ellenhei g
Waliz Gypsy Baton Strauss
Quadrille Tlngeltingel Thlele
. Following arc the late arrivals at
the Hawaiian Hotel : A. N. Make
peace, Miss E. Thomas, G.
Roberts, farlane, J. A. Watson, Mrs
Sydney, N. S. W.; Mrs. R. J.
Creightou, Auckland ; Henry Ro
gers, England ; II. Weston Edward,
London"; R. A. Cunningham, J. S.
Cottrell, Apia; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Robinson, Miss .Eliza Gay, Maka
weli E. Maclte and family, Kilauea.
The Satnoan waniors, nine in
number, who arrived on the Alameda
are now giving performances in Mc
Inerny hall from 2 to 10 o'clock p.m.
each day. They appear in native
costume and introduces war dances,
club throwing, knife jugglery,, nnd
many varieties of dancing and sing
ing. The admission for adults is 50
'.penta, and for children under twelve
25 cents. Do not fail to see them.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BEFOKE lia'ailLLY J.
The King vs. Kaehu, larceny of
chickens, property of II. F. Poor,
Appeal fom Police Cpurt, Hono
lulu. Tried before a foreign jury.
C, Creigliton for Crown j J. L. Ka
"lu'utou for defendant. .
" Moxdat, July"! st.
Fourteen drunks of different na
tionalities were cacl) fined $b.
Ah "Fat was fined $5 with $1.50
costo for violating rule C carriage
John Muumuu, or selling spirit
uous liquors without a license, was
rejnanded, to the 2d. ,
Several other cases were contin
ued, - - -
mHE BEST PAPER to subscribe
4- for U tho "Daily Bulletin." CO
ycenuj per 'month.
IQBAl A QUHERAl HEWS,
A e A vi nob pan book has been lost.
MitB. OrlofTlms a notice elsowhoro.
Amati:ur photographer read tho
business Items to-day.
Tiik Akamai will bo launched
five o'clock tills afternoon.
A iiAiuiKK is badly wauled nt Apia.
Good chancn for somebody.
Hkv. 12. G. Porter has consented to
deliver tiio Fourtli of July oration.
The Hawaiian band gles a public
concert nt Emma Square, this oven
ing. INSTALLATIOK of
motiy Lodge this
odlcers at llar
cvening at 7:30
The S. S. Alameda took from tho
Post Office 5,734 letters nnd 954 pack?
ages of papers.
Bishop and Mrs. Willis will hold
an "at home" to-morrow afternoon at
Iolani College from 3 to 7 p. in.
The Bell Telephone Company is
sued a now card of subscribers this
morning, containing 451 names.
The Samoan warriors appenred be
fore the King and a party of gentle
men at the Palaco Saturday evening.
The annual meeting of Engine
Company No. 1 for the election of
officers will be held Wednesday even
ing. Mr. W. G. Ashley, secretary of tho
Board of Health, lias resigned to
accept a more lucrative position in
The Paradise of the Pacific will be
out to-morrow afternoon. On tho first
page will be a view of Pearl river
On the 18th of May, 235,000 paid
for admission into the Paris exposi
tion. One franc was the charge for
A notice appears elsewhere with
regard to Mr. A. V. Gear's evening
school, It is a rare opportunity for
Close on to 90,000 bags of sugar
and over 4,000 bags of rice were,
shipped from thiB port on Saturday
Mr. John Bowler sold tho bark Ka
laknua to Gibb, Livingstone fc Co.
of Hongkong for $3,500. She will be
placed under the British flag and go
into the Borneo trade.
Mrs. Bruce has received word from
her husband at tho Sound, stating
that he is well and doing well, con
trary to unkind reports circulated
here that he was crippled.
At this festive season tho public
should remember that Mr. F. Horn
supplies pure ice cream, all kinds of
cakes and the very best of candies.
Mr. Horn has two important catering
contracts on his hand.
A ticnic party wont through the
rain to Mt. Tantalus peak yesterday
morning, but were rewaided with fine
weather on ai rival at the summit.
The lake beyond yielded them sweet
water and they had a pleatant day.
Messrs. Sorenson fe Lylc launch
ed a new yacht this morning which
waB named Edith L. She glided off
the ways into the water in fine Btyle.
The Edith L. will compete in the
second class yacht laco on the
Mr. J. J. Williams has just com
pleted and hung up in the Hawaiian
Hotel corridors, four colored photo
graphs of Hawaiian singers in cos
tume with-their guitars, laro patch
fiddles and drums. They are lino
specimens of photographic art.
At Mr. Morgan's auction rooms
this morning, a sale of shares of tho
new issue of Paia plantation, conso
lidated stock, without dividends from
present crop, was held. Mr. A. S.
Hartwell bought 21 at $312 and.
Major W.'H. Cornwell 20 at $300.
Tho sale was well attended.
ANold sailor named Mclntyre he
longing to the U. S. S. Alert who
was left here in a "sick condition
just before that vessel left Honolulu
for Samoa, died at tho Queen's Hos
pital last evening. Tho funeral took
place this afternoon, a detachment
of niniines nnd sailors from the
Alert following his remains to the
Lieutenant J. W. Carlin of tho
Vandalia puts his individual loss by
tho wreck at not less than $3,000.
Ho had $800 in gold hidden in his
bureau drawer, which was never re
covered. He had some mess funds,
too, that he will havo to make good,
as tho money was lost. Ho lost his
entire wardrobe, all his jewelry,
swords, full uniform in fact, every
thing ho possessed in tho world of
Mr. C. A. Spreckela has left San
Francibeo for Philadelphia to take
clmrgo of the new refinery at that
place." There aic about twelve build
ings in all, some of them ten stories
high. They cover three acres. There
are three long coored wharves, used
Jor warehousing, and capable of
berthing twelve vessels, 'lhe works
are the most extensive in tho world.
Largojsupplies of bugar havo been
secured, and operations will bo com
menced next month.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BV I.. J. LEVET.
At 11 a. in,, at salesroom,
ried assortment of fireworks.
I F YOU WAr4T A SITUATION,
J. advertise in the "Dally Bulletin.'"
Tli Kntnlhnlij Again Beaten., .An
llnlnt front lntM"".
Tho game on Saturday nt Mnklkl
between the Kninuhntnchas nnd Ka
tulanls wa9 attended by a large as
semblngp, hut pioved to bo n one
sided affair. The principal work in
the game was done by Davis nnd
l'aliau, tho pitcher and catcher of
the Knmclmmehns, as tho score wilt
show. It was thought the Knlulanls
would have been able to show up
better on account of changes in the
team, hut they did not and they may
feel sure of securing tho last place
in the race for the .jold boll. The
Kamehamchas played a good game
throughout. Following is the score:
t. n. n.u. O. A. K.
Wise, 2b 0 2 1 3 12
Pakcle, lb fill fi 0 0
Pahau, c 5 3 2 18 3 1
Spencer, of fi 2 0 0 0 1
Lawclawe, A. r.f.. C00 0 00
Law claw e.M.l.f.. 5 12 0 0 0
Joseph, 3b fi 2 1 0 0 1
Davis P " i 'J 1 1" 0
Makalmoku, s .... 5 3 3 0 3 0
.40 17 12 27 24
T. R. U.II. O. A. K.
4 0 0 1 0 3
4 1 0 14 0 0
12 0 2 2 4
4 0 2 0 0 0
4 10 0 (II
4 0 2 0 0 1
4 0 0 3 3 1
4 11 G G 3
3 0 0 0 12 1
lutait, lb 4
Widdllleld, 2b. .
Hoick, l.f., ..,
Perry, r.f 4
U. (Jraoue, ss . . .
Total 35 5 C 24 23 1C
By Innings 1 2 34 50780
Kamchamehas 3 4 G 1 0 2 1 0 17
haiulanis 00 1 10 10 115
Two base bits Davis, I.ualiiwa.
Three base hits Pahau, Hoick.
Hit by Pitcher By Kaukana, 2; bj
Struck Out By Xaukana, 4; bj
Holclf, 2; by I)avi, 15.
Passed balls Luahiwa, 8; Pahau,!
Umpire Geo. E. lioardman.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, June 29th :
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of O.
F. 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 conceit at Emma
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
Meeting Line Officers, Honolulu
Rifles, at 7:30.
TRASH HOUSES BURNED.
About twenty minutes past twelve
o'clock Monday morning, June 24th,
two trash houses belonging to the
Reciprocity Sugar at Hamoa, Maui,
were discovered on fire. The houses
were full of trash at the time.and were
completely buined clown. The origin
of the fire is not known, but it is
supposed to be accidental. No dam
age whatever was done to the mill.
OF THE SPORTS.
is the programme of
on the i'ourtu ot .July,
at 1 o'clock p. m., at
1st i-iu.e. 2d prize
50 yard race $10 85
100 yard race 10 5
150 yaid race 10 5
Sack race 10 5
Long jump., 10 5
Three standing lumps 10 5
Running bases 10 5
Greased pig to the one that
F. M. Hatch,
W. L. Hoiteu,
Committee on Sports.
There was a largo congregation at
Kaumakapili Church last evening,
including many strangers. The
Rev. E. G. Porter of Lexington de
livered nn address, the Rev. II. II.
Parker inteipreting. Mr. Porter
spoke of the different places he had
visited during his two years' tour,
referring more particularly to mis
sion work in Turkey and India.
His tomaiks wero listened to with
Tlienine Samoans who arrived on
the Alameda from Apia wore pre
sent in tho church, and by request
sang two hymns in their own lan
guage. Their singing was rather
novel but not unpleasant to the ear
by auy means. They were all at
tired in European costumo and ap
peared to take considerable interest
in tlie services.
HOLDING an auctioneer's license, I
am now prepared to act in that
capacity anywhere in this district. I
will also attend tn the collecting of
rents, uIbo of hills, on this and the other
Islands. Aly terms will bo modeiate
and I shall by strict attention to bust.
hubs, hope to receive a share ot tho
H. B. BAILEY.
Kawaupao, Makawao, Maul, Juuo 14,
1889. 278 lm
Boon after tho July term of tho
Supreme Court opened this morn
ing, Attorney-General C. W. Ash
fottl asked tho Court for a nollo
pros, in tho case of the King vs.
J. H. Robertson, assault with dan
gerous wcapon,owing to the absence
from tho country of the principal
witness (Magoney) for tho prose
cution. Mr. Justice McCully said ho would
take the matter into consideration.
Tho Attorney-General claimed
the right to have tho entry of a
nollc-pros. bcfoio proceeding with
oilier matters, lie declined to pre
sent tho other indictments until this
caso was disposed of.
The Court said the request did
not come with good grace from the
Attorney-General, it should have
come from someone else. It was
first time in its history that the
Court had been dictated to by on
Attorney-General said ho was not
afraid to come out plainly and make
the request if others were. He
was able to manage tho affairs
,of his own office. He then withdrew
from tho Courtroom.
In connection with the above it
will be remembered that at the
January term of Court Robertson
was found guilty. A motion for a
new tiial was made and granted.
It did not come up at the April
term. On the 14th June Magoney
who was shot by Robertson and
lost his arm left for San Francisco
on the W. II. Dimond, and it was
reported that he said on the wharf
that he had been nivcn 8400 to
leave the country. J. R. Robert
sou, the defendant, is father-in-law
of Attorney-General Ashford.
A telephone message from Waia
lua this morning states that two
natives were in an intoxicated con
dition on Sunday afternoon, and one
of them picked up a gun which went
off accidentally, tho ball entering the
groin of tho other man. He was
placed in the doctor's hands and is
doing favorably, while the native
who held the gun was locked up.
THE largest invoice of Photographic
Uoods ever imported at Honolulu
has been received by Benson, famith &
Co , ex Umatilla. They have on hand a
full line of Dry Plates and Photographic
Requisites. 2h9 8t
AT R. DODD has lust received ex
1YJL "Umatilla" aaothcr lot of that
Is offering to his
in kegs, which ho
FRESH and Delicious Bosloa Cream
Puffs every Tuesday and Saturday
it F. Horn's. 285 4t
PLAIN and French Candies fresh
mudo every day Special agree
ments made for large orders at the Pio.
ucer 6tvam Cundy Factory & Bakery.
Hotel between Fort and N uuauu streets.
ESTABLISHED 1803. Tho ouly
real nd Genuine huglish liutter
auo.ch in Honolulu is solely manufac
tured by F. Hokn, Propriolor Pioneer
-iteam Candy Factory & Bakery. Hoih
Telephone No 71. 235 4t
FI N E Ico Cream Cakes
Mid Candies at the
"Elite Ice f'ream Patlors."
An Evening School
Conducted by A. V. GEAR, A. B.
rPHIS School fumihes a thorough and
JL practical intellectual training for
young men desirous of becoming nccu
latoand rapid accountants; of attaining
a plain and ready businiss hand; of
gaining a correct u-e of tho English
language and of acquiring ense of ex
prcbxlou therein. It meets Mondays.
Tue-days, Thursdays and Fridays and
continues in session from seven to nine.
rorfurthcr information, address P. O.
Rox 404, or cull at No. 2 Emma Square.
TO purchase on one of the
Hawaiian Islands a
Tract of Land, 10,000 acrci-,
mnro or les. Leave offers
with statement of price, sub:
, 09," Bulletin Ofllco. 287 lm
IN accordance with terms of the char
ter, the members of the Queen's
Hospital Corporation are hereby noli,
fled that tho biennial meeting will take
place at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce on SATURDAY, Julv 22nd,
at 1 1 o'clock a. m. J. II. PATV,
282 4toaw Secretary, pro tem.
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
- eic, thrown in to make
Apply at this omce. xai ti
For S. S. Umatilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOJLTK, Proprietor,
""""" Ife ll'lfi $mJk 33
Regatta !'jj Regatta !
TO HE HELD ON
.TCTJLiY" 4tli, 188J.
I'ndcr tho auspices of the
Hawa. YaclliEE & Bowing
Commonclng at B o'clock a. m.
Official List of Races and Prizes:
1 SIX-OARED GIO RACE. Slid
ing Seats. Freo to all. Prize,
$10. Donated by thu 4th July
Couhbk : From slai ling lino out tho
channel (keeping between the buoys),
leaving Spar Buoy on port side,
thence to and around Bell Buoy,
keeping same on port side in round
ing, and back to starting point, keep
ing Spar Buoy on stai board side.
2 GALLEY on GIG RACE. Six
oais. Stationary Seats. Free to
all. 1st prize, 50; 2nd prize,
f 25 ; !ird prize, saves stakes. Do
nated by the 4th July Celebration
CotiKSK: Sauio as in No. 1.
3 YACHT RACE. Open to all
Yachts over 5 tons and not ex
ceeding 10 tons in measurement,
provided, however, that this limi
tation shall not apply to Yachts
now in Hawaiian waters and
that enter for tho raco tins year.
Hawaiian Challenge Cap" &
Pennant for 1889.
Donated by the II. R. A. Y. A. to be
sailed for conditionally and annually
under its auspices. In addition to the
above prize tho 4th July Celebration
Committee havo donated tho sum of
$50 to tho boat taking second plncc
at the liniph.
Qouitsi:- 1. Fiom an imaginary
line drawn from the Honolulu Har
bor Light-house to tho Immigration
Depot wharf on tho east side of the
harbor, out the channel, keeping" be
tween the Spar and Bnrrel Buoys at
the entrance to the harbor.
2. From tho Spar Buoy, passing
outside of tho Bell Buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored in
tho Bay opposite the residence of
W. G. Irwin neai Diamond Head.
3. From tliis stake boat, passing
inside of the Bell Buoy, to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored off
the leef, about half-a-mile south of
tho entrance to Pearl Harbor, at a
point wheie the north end of the
Waianae Mountains comes in line
with an old house situate in a grove
of trees. .
4. From this stake boat, to and
tacking around the Bell Buoy.
5. Fiom the Bell Buoy, passing be
tween the Spar and Barrel Buoys,
and finishing at and across an imagi
nary line drawn from the Can Buoy
in the harbor to a White Flag on the
O. S. S. Co.'s wbarl.
4 YACHT RACE. Open to all
yachts below 5 tons measure
ment. 1st prize, $75; 2d prize,
$50; 3rd prize, $25. Donated by
tho 4th of July committee
Course: 1. From an imaginary line
drawn from tho Honolulu harbor
lighthouse to tho Immigration de
pot wharf on the east side of the har
bor, out tho channel, keeping be-
tween the Spar and Barrel buoys at
tho entrance to the harbor.
2. Fiom the Spar buoy passing
outside of tho Bell buoy to and tack
ing around a btake boat anchored in
tho bay opposite the residence of W.
G. Irwin near Diamond Head.
n. Fiom this Btake boat, passing
inside of the Bell buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored oh"
tho Quarantine Grounds.
4. From this stake boat to and
tacking around the Bell buoy.
5. From tho Bell buoy, passing
between the Spar and Barrel buoys
and finishing at and across an imag
inary line drawn from tho Can buoy
in tho harbor to a while flag on the
O. S. S. Co.'s dock.
All races will be governed by the
rules adopted by tho Association.
In nil races where two prizes arc
given, three boats at lcabUmust start;
wheie '.I prizes are awarded fi boats
must stmt. In saving stakes 4 boats
Two or aioro boats must start to
make a race.
Bowing boats will bo first called in
lino by tho firing of a gun and will
stall in tho various races by tho
The yachts will maku n flying start.
Time allowance to bo computed in
accordance with tho rules of tho
Association. No restrictions as to
quantity of sail.
Boats and yachts not keeping to
the designated course will bo disqual
ified. No one will bo allowed on tho
Judges' stand except by special per
mission of the committee,
Each boat and yacht miiHt bo pro
vided with a distinguishing color.
Positions will bo assigned to tho
coxswains of rowing boats by tho
Bowing boats m ltaco 1 will assem
ble at tho starting point at 8 a. m,
sharp, aud those in Ituco 2 at 8:!10,
Yachts in Itace 3 will assemble oil'
the Pacific Mail dock at 0 a. in. A
preparatory gun will bo fired on tho
Judges' boat at 9 ;15 a m. Tho start
ing gun will bo flred atlhllQ a. m.
Notice to assemble tho yachts in
Race 1 will be given by tho firing of
a gun from tho Judges' boat, onu half
hour before tho starling gun.
Printed rules and regulations may
bo obtained of tho Secretary on and
after Monday, the 1st pro,
gjW List of outrios will bo open
at tho ofllco of the Haw. Nows
Agency on Merchant street, until U
a. in,, the .iul lust
O. Ii. WILSON,
O. 1 1AUICEA
J, M. DOWSE
W. M, GIFFARD,
287 H Seorotary.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Over 1,000 Pieces of Wliite & Fawy Eiroideries,
Torehong Laces, Oriental Laoes.
Also, Large Lies of Lace Trimminss !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
Kg Immense DEtedttxction. 23S
Great Bargains can be obtained by calling at tho Temple of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17
Dec-l-88 Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid ,Stoclc will lie
Sold during the Month oi June
AT -25-PER -CENT -BELOW -COST
LUSTER & CO.,
lOO FOKT STREET. HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
8 & SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
B. F. 1HLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN .
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N. B. On and aftor May
of our Dressmaking Itooms.
& FORT STREETS.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.V
THAN UVEK -8:
X. 33. SMITH, Affont.
lGth, MI88 OLAKK will have obarg
- . i w ft