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FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1889.
(Continued from pngc i.)
COO : 6 4 2 4 4 3 4 4 3 330
000: 3 G 4 4 3 3 6 5 4 238
Dr. .T. Brodic
COO: 4 C C 4 5
COO: 5 3 2 3 5
C. llustnco, Jr
COO: 2 C C 5 4
GOO: 2 2 2 8 0
3 3 4
0 5 0
6 3 0
2 3 37
V.WAIMAtfALO GOLD MEDAL.
Presented by Hon J. A. Guminlii9,
To be shot for nt 800 and 600 yards. 10
Allots at each distance. Open to mem
bers who huve uever wou a first class
Jirlr.e. To become the property of the
Uinrksuiiui wiutilnglt three times. En
trance fee, Ql.
on Junuury 1, 188D, by J. W. Pratt.
C. Ilustuce, Jr
W. E. Wall
-200:4 5 4
COO: 5 4 3
. ,W. Pratt
200: 2 5 44
500: 2 0 5 5
VI. HYACINTH CUP.
Presented by Lieut. E. P. Ashe, Dr.
R. P. Yco mid Lieut. A. D. Douglas
Hamilton. To become the property of
the marksman winning it twice. 7
shots lit 200, 500 and GtX) yards. Mili
tary rifle; any position. Entrance fee,
81. No sighting shots allowed.
Won January 1, 18S9,by C.B. Wilson.
C. B. Wilson
, Hustnco, Jr
200: 4 3
500: 3 4
600: 2 5
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
rifle. Unlimited entries. No hair or set
triggers allowed. Eut anue fee, 81.
First prize, 20; 2nd, $10; 3d, SJ5.
J. II. Fisher
8 7 5
10 5 8497 5
7 7 1072
4 77 U 776 8 i 807
0 7 3 8 4 0 4 1U 10 461
Dr. J. Brodie
8 10 56943 5 4 660
F. Uustace 56
C. Huslncc, Jr 12
J. H. Fisher, 1st prize ; J. Rothwell,
2nd prize ; F. J. Higgins, 3rd prize.
VIII. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable piizes, and a
prize for everybody. Any rifle; 5
rmiuds; distance, 200 yards. No hair or
a t triggers allowed.' Entries unlimited.
All members of the Association who
have made over 80 per cent, at uuy gen.
eral meeting of the II. R. A. will uot be
allowed to compete.
J. Good Jr. 22, R. J. Lillie 21, A.
Wuil 21, H. E. Alexander 21, E. T.
Everett 21, G. E. Howe 20, 1 Isen
berg 20, A. Gilfillan 20, C. Uustace
Jr. 20, C. W. Dickey 20, B. Norton
20, I. O'Sullivan 20, R. McKeague
20, E. Langley 20, J. H. Soper 19,
E. O. White 19, A. R. Rowat 19,
John Spear 19, H. Cannon 19, E.
Cant 18, W. B. McCubbin 18, II.M.
Dow 17, T. Jones 17, O.Wall 16,
Frank Gertz 16, C. A. Brown 16,
A. II. Lantraft 16, C. Johnson 16,
G. Schuman 16, O. Gilbert 16, F.
Gurney 15, W. Evans 15, J. R.
Robertson 15, F. Kruger 14, R.
Fuller 14, C. Gurney 14, F. Aucr
bacli 13, J. M. McChesney 13, A.
Vogel 11, W. D. Alexander 11, T.
Severin 10, F. B. Oat 10, E. Hughes
9, Campbell 7, Fitzgerald 6, Chr.
The prizes will be awarded in the
r foregoing order as far as they go.
THI! BALLOON AHCKXHIOX.
Prof. Melville went up in his
balloon shortly before 10 o'clock.
The balloon look lire before he was
ready, and he gave orders to let it
go. Away up it shot with the
aeronaut hanging from it with
hands and legs to a small rope, hav
ing neither trapeze nor parachute
on tho balloon. While thousands
of eyes were watching from earth to
see the parachute leap, the balloon
began a rapid descent and in a few
seconds it lodged .in a tree at Ka
kaako. Melville jumped about
twenty feet to avoid tho tree and
landed without hurt in a swamp.
The balloon was rent in four pieces,
but the Professor says it can be
stitched together again, and be in
tends going to tho other islands to
make ascensions. He claims to
have gone to a height of 2,000 feet.
ItUCKPTIO.V AT TUK Iii:ATIO.
tJIis Excellency Geo. W. Merrill,
.XJutted States Minister Resident,
and Mri Morrill rrc nt horn from
tWo to five q'oIqcU In h Afternoon,
There wao a Inrge number of tailors,
who were received with grcatj cor
diality by the popular host and
hostess. Decorations of thcLega
lion were charming and an elegant
line of refreshments was served.
Below will be found n list of visitors
as nearly as possible correct:
A. Mods. G. B. d'Anglade,
French Commissioner ; Hon. Taro
Ando, Japanese Consul-General j
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Atwator, Hon.
W. D. Alexander, His Excellency
Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Affairs; Miss Miliio Austin, Col. V.
B iirother Bertram, St. Louis
College ; C. O. Berger, Mons. Bel
lnguet, Chancellor French Legation :
Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., Rev.
and Mrs. S. E. Bishop, Lieut.
Boehler, U. S. N. ; E. B'axon Bishop,
H. Berger, Mrs. A. E. Broad, Rev.
C. Captain Clarke, II. B. M. S.
Espiegle; Ills Excellency II. A. P.
Carter, Hawaiian Minister to Wash
ington ; Misses Carter (2) j Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Carter, Miss Mary Carter,
Sadie Carter, Hon. A. S. Uleghorn,
Miss Corney, Senhor A do Souza
Cannvarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner; Mrs. R. J. Creighton, Miss
(Jreighton, Master Henry Cushman
Carter, Cushman Carter, Mr. Conn.
D. Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs.
Dudoit, Miss Dudoit, Mrs. John
Dyer, B. F. Dillingham, Mrs. Dem
ming. E. Miss Elliott, Mr3. Everett,
Mrs. M. M. Evans.
F. Mrs. A. Fuller, Clara Fuller,
Bro. Francis, St. Louis College;
Justice and Mrs. Wm. Foster.
G Major and Mrs. C. T. Gnliclc,
Lieut. Greene, U. S. N. ; Miss Gay
(Kauai), Rev. H.II. Gowen, Coradr.
Jas. G. Green, U. S. S. Alert ; II.
F. Glade, German Consul.
II. A. S. Hartwell, J. F. Hack
feld, Russian Consul ; J. A. Hopper,
Mr. and Mrs. Heydtmann, Mrs.
Haalelea, Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D.
J. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief
Justice; P. C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
K. Absolora Kirby, Chief En
gineer U. S. N. ; Mrs. Knowies,
Goo Kim, Chinese Commercial
Agent; Ensign Knnpp, U. S. N. ;
Prince David Kawananakoa.
L. Curtis J. Lyons, Mrs. Lang
try, Daniel Logan, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lowers, V. II. Lcwers, Miss
Lewers, Dr. Lundy, Father Lconor,
H. Lose, Acting Consul for Sweden
and Norway, and Mrs. Lose.
M. Lieut. Moore, U. S. N. ; Capt.
II. V. Mist.R. N. ,aud Miss Mist,Rev.
and Mrs. A. Mackintosh, Surgeon
Marsteller, U. S. N. ; Dr. John S.
McGrew, Miss Messrole, M. D.
Monsarrat, Mrs. II. R. Macfarlane.
N. Hon. Paul Neumann, Gus
P. Hon. J. H. Putnam, U. S.
Consul-General ; Lieut. Pritchard,
II. B. M. S. Espiegle ; Mrs. E. W.
Peterson, Miss Payson, Miss Pe
calta, J. H. Paty, Consul for the
Netherlands ; Mrs. Finney, Rev. E.
G. Porter (Lexington, Mass.)
R. Geo. J. Ross, Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson, (Kauai), Dr. and Mrs.
C. T. Rodgers, J. W. Robertson,
II. M.'s Acting Chamberlain; Miss
S. P. M. Starkey, Mr. Shields
(Denver, Col.), Prof, and Mrs. M.
M.Scott, Major Seward, Paymaster
Sullivan, U. S. N. ; F. A. Schacfer,
Italian Consul, and Mrs. Schaefer,
O. C. Swain, Cadet Stafford, U. S.
T. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Toler.
V. Capt. Valenzuela, Chilean
W. Major J. II. Wodehouse, II.
B. M.'s Commissioner, and the
Misses Wodidiouse (2), Rev. G.
Wallace, Hon. and Mrs. W. C.
Wilder, Hon. II. A. Widemann, the
Misses , Winter (2), Commander
Woodward, U. S. S. Adams; C. M.
White, Hon. II. M. Whitney, Cadet
Wiley, U. S. N. ; Mrs. Widdilield,
Ma-ter Clifford White, Dr. and Mrs.
J. M. Whitney, Bishop and Mrs.
G.V3IKH AT 3IAUIUI.
It was dilllcult to get the prize
sports through at Makiki, owing to
the crowding in of people on the
The 50 yards raco was won by G.
Rosa, and W. Kaae second.
The 100 yards race was reversed,
Kaae being first and Rosa second,
and tho 150 yards race went like
wise. Luahiwa made the best standing
jump, Kaina second.
Kaina won in the three jumps,
Edwin won the sack race, John
A sailor caugiit the greased pig
but let a native have it.
Running the bases was declared
off at the desire of ball players.
In a saddle pull between two
horses, that ridden by John Keiini
beat one ridden by Wm. Holt.
The baseball match between the
Honolulu and the Stars afforded the
most amusement to the largest
crowd probably of any match ever
played on that diamond. Some es
timates of the number of spectators
arc as high as 3,000. There was
some of the worst and some of the
best play of tho season. Eleven in
nings were played ending in a dis
pute. Honolulu mado 4 runs the
first inning, 5 inthesocond, 1 in the
eighth and 1 in the ninth, 11 alto
gether. Tho Stars mado 1 in Ilrst,
1 in second, 2 in fifth, 5 in sixth,
making 9 even with Honolulu, 2 in
seventh, 11 altogether. At tho end
of the 1UU inning, two bebg out,
bbxui muummi iwkomjuj, h i
Wintsr WRda ttrc atrlteo and run
for bate, Chan, Wilder eestnpc tho
catohor muff the ball ran for home
and passed the plate before Winter
was put out nt first. The Stars
claimed Wildor's run and the game,
which Umpire Boardman would not
allow. After half an hour's disput
ing the matter was left to the
League, and if the decision be
against the Stars the match will bo
declared a draw.
In tho evening the U. S. S. Alert
replaced her flags in ship dresB with
lanterns, illuminated all the window
ports, and made a display of fire
works. It mado'OTlo of the grandest
sights ever seen in the harbor.
A grand ball was given in the Ha
waiian Hotel under the auspices of
the sub-committee for that purpose.
It was a very brilliant event, being
attended by hundreds of residents
and officers from the American,
British and Chilean warships. The
rooms were beautifully decorated
with flugs, floweis and foliage by the
hands of Mrs. G. E. Boardman, as
sisted by Mrs. Abies, Mrs. Hebbnrd,
Miss Afong and Miss Katie Rose.
The floor manager was Mr. E. F.
Bishop, and committee were Major
II. F. Ilebbard, Messrs. F. E.
Nichols, F. L. Winter and T. F.
Lansing. Dancing went on simul
taneously in the dining room and
parlor, at opposite ends of the
house, a detachment of the Roj'nl
Band under Prof. Berger playing
the music on the veranda. A splen
did bill of refreshments was serveil
and the ball broke up in the early
hours of morning.
A very pleasant dancing party
was given at the Anon Hall, under
the management of Messrs. C. J.
Lane, D. W. RoaclTand A. Brown,
a committee appointed by a meeting
of some who were dissatisfied with
the arrangements of the general
meeting for the fourth. Music was
furnished on the piano and by mem
bers of the Royal Band, and an ele
gant repast including fine coffee
was served on the back veranda.
There was a large party who enjoy
ed themselves intensely till after
Bgtne W G Irwin, MeCulloch, 15 days
from San Francisco
U S S Adams, 15 days from San Fran
cisco July 5
Bk W B Go'lfrey, Dabcl, 1G days from
Bktne Planter from San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
From San Francisco, per bgtne W G
Irwin, July 4 Dr. I Y Andrews, W S
Bartlutt, J I.ongwlll, Geo L Alarston, A
Cuolcy and 11 Franklin.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W
G Hall, duly C His Majesty the King,
Ciipt.Iohn Ross, rs II KiuheIani,Tliis
Gay, T .) Haysplden, K Katsun, lr
' auada, ') II Naliinu, U Bos?c, Wray
Taylo:, DrR O iver and wife. Mrs Mh
lak'mi. Master Kua, K Podevn, II J Ag
ncw, D L Jjckson, V Y limner. I V
Kalua, Hon C F Horner and wife, E
Smith and 53 deck.
The W G Hall bro gilt Tnlv otll 0737
bags sugar, 11)3 bags awa, 4t! bags cof
fee, 20 head cattle, 37 pkgs hides, 10;$
pkgs snd and 4 horses.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Customs obstruction case i.s
still on at Supreme Court term.
Tenders for repairing Pukwan will
close to-moirow morning nt 9 o'clock.
Thirty mules and 15 horses came
by the Irwin yesterday for the Tram
A. bkoocii found at the corner of
King and Fort streets can be had by
the owner at this oMioc.
The King lias returned by tho
Hall being saluted by the shore bat
tery and II. B. M. S. Espiegle.
Tiieku was u grand celebration of
the glorious fourth at Kahului and
Wailuku. Full particulars to-morrow.
The U. S. S. Adams arrived yes
terday about nine o'clock, dreeing
ship the momentlicrnnchordropped.
Reports of No, 1 and 2 Engine
Companies aro deferred owing to
p reus u re of 4th of July matter, and
in addition to jury Hcrvico detaining a
Gai'T. A. T. Reynolds died at Ka
hului, lust Sunday. He was once in
charge of the old Kilauca and the
Likeliko, and for somo time a pilot
Last Wednesday night while tho
W. G. Hall was at Honuapo, a small
cannon exploded, u piece of the cun
striking Georgo Howard a fireman in
the right breast killing him instantly.
Mn. Charlio Peterson, keeper of
the Diamond Head tignal station,
desires to convey bis hearty thanks
to Messrs. Cecil Brown, F. M. Hatch
and Curtis I', Iuukea for tho gift of
$25 on the 4th hist.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE PKESTON J.
Fwday, July 5tll.
W. C. Peacock vs. P. d'Abren.
Motion of defeudanl to re-open the
case. Argued and continued, W,
A. Whiting lor plaintiff; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
THE ONLY LIVE PAPE-R of
JL Honolulu 'Tuo Haily iiuilutla."
60 cents per month.
3rnnl 9opev Fined BlOO and Or
dered to rroperly F.xcouto the
Hcntcnoo of the Attorney-General.
Marshal J. II. Soper, in response
to a mandamus issued by the Court,
appeared before Justice MeCully at
1 :30 o'clock this afternoon, to make
known to the court what be (the
Marshal) did with the Attorney
General, C. W. Ashford, during the
time of tho latter' s imprisonment.
The Marshal stated that ho im
prisoned the Attorney-General in his
(the Attomoy-GencraPB) office until
4 o'clock of tho same day, when Mr.
Peterson, who was vested with special
police power, took the Attorney
General to his (Peterson's) house,
where he remained until 8 o'clock
the next morning. In the morning
lie went to the station-house, where
ho was detained about four hours,
and was then escorted home to his
own house, where he spent the bal
ance of the time of his imprisonment.
The Court, with much dittinct
ness, defined the word imprisonment,
and stated in unmistakable words
that the subject of the mittimus
given to the Marshal, should have
been imprisonment in a public prison
for twenty-four hours, not with hard
labor, as that was not stated. It did
uot mean that he should be kept in
his own office, or in his residence,
or Mr. Peterson's house. His
Honor declared the Marshal guilty
of contempt of court for disobedi
ence, and imposed upon him a fine
of $100. Further, the Court said
that the return of the mittimus had
not been accepted ; it was still in
the Marshal, and after he had ful
filled the order he was to report to
AN ACTIVE MEMBER, HOWEVER.
A small boy, not more than eight
years old, was relating to his mamma
the scheme of a new society at his
"It's the Amaranth," said he,
"and you get fined 1 cent for slang
and 2 cents for swearing. I owe 2
cents. I said 'Dam," will you
"Yes," replied his mamma, "tell
me more about it."
"Well, we've got a president and
a vice-president, and an editor
editors arc awful sharp and a trea
surer." "And you, Charlie, what are
"Me?" with much surprise; "oh,
I'm only a swearer; I pay in."
This is too bad. Eugene Field
jeeringly refers to old man Anson's
great aggregation of baseball artists
as a travelled pudding. It may
have been a pudding once upon a
time, but it has ceased to be since
the other clubs have knocked tho
stuffing out of it.
The musical taste of the young
women in rural California may be
inferred from the following order
recently received at a Sacramento
music-store: "Have you got a song
with the words & accompliment cull
ed chipy Get your Hair cut, johny
eet your gun I don't know the
name of the song but I think that is
part of the first verse. Please let
me know right away if you have it
& the price of it & also have you the
music of a Song called of the day
and price of it, & have 3'ou got a
song called she is my big Fat Con
sumpted iiza jane & price of it."
DURING my tempornry nliacnco from
Hie Kingdom, my wife. Julia A.
iVillitima. will act for me in nil matters
uudiT a full power of attorney.
J. J. WILUAMS,
231 3t 102 Fori htrect
TENDEIt's for n pairs to the Rrltisli
Imrmie ' Pukwan" will Ixi woivrrt
m 0 o'ol. ck on SATURDAY MORN
ING, July 0th, at the i.lllce of Tlieo. II.
Davits &' Co., Kanhuirmnu street, Hono.
'uhi, where epeclflraiioMs may he seen
of the work required. The Master does
not bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any tender.
Theo. H. DAVIES & CO.,
201 2t Lloyd's Agents.
NOW IN FINE RUN
NING ORDER !
Co in o out and take
An Exhilarating Rido !
A Glorious Flungo
Healtliful 33atli !
LOM BRANCH I
tSjrOood accommodations and prompt
J. . SIIKIiWOfm,
208 tf Proprietor.
THE ONLY READABLE PA
JL PER iu the Klnguom "Tu
Dally Bulletin." 09 cents per month.
Assets, : : $95,000,000.00
"Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every, age, on overy premium
table, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL ItESULTS of Tontine Policies
of tho Now York Life Insurance Co.
have been LARGER thnn thoso OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY Issuing
gjFl'o particulars apply to
C. O. JIKKGKR,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands.
SUGAR PLANT I
Tho Entire Plnnt of the
Is offered For Sale. TJie Machinery
it iu perfect working order
and consist of
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash -carrier, Etc., complclo,
1 Pair of Boilers 6x20,
1 Doublo Eftect 6 and 7 toot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 (cot with Blako Pump,
3 Woston Centrifugals and Engino,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clariflers, Glean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery UEually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
Cane Carts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will be given after next crop
has been harvested, say about July 1,
ISPFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kolmla, Hawaii.
Borders & Decorations,
A. Larso Lot I
Latest Styles !
JUBt ItOOCtVOtl !
And for sale at reduced prices.
LOER & CO.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paauiiao Plantation. )
Hawaii, Murch 0, 1868. j
lUsdnii Irou &. Locomotive IVorUs
Gkktlkmkn: We have used two of
your 30-chambered Filter Presses this
season. They are convenient, easily
bundled and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manuger Paauhau Plantation.
Thceo Presses are made exlra heavy
for hich pressures, occupies u Moor
space 11 feet by 4 feet, and presents' a
tillering surface of 240 square feet.
A limited number in 6ioctc in Hono
lulu and aro sold at very low prices.
RUdon Iron & Loco. Works.
EJirFor tmrticulnrn enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Itoom No. 3 tinreckelu' lilock.
2250 t f W. O. Irwin & Co.. Agents .
NOTICE to CKEDITOKS.
ls hereby given to all per.
ll sous lmvliig claims against tho
ustalo of A. Kauuiu, dtceased. to present
tho same to the undersigned executors,
within six mouths from the dtito of this
notice or they will he forever barred.
K. II 1JAILT5Y,
Wailuku, Maul, June 1, IBM. U73 ltu
fis '"j" ' i
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laoes. ?
Also, Large Lines of Lace Twigs !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
jfc3 IruYttens U.ed.u.otion. aSI
Great Bargains cau bo obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for tho
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
Dec-l-88 Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
The Balance ol Our Splendid Stock will
Sold during the Month of June
AT - 25 - PER -CEMT- BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CO;. . ..
109 FORT STKEETVlIONOIiUIAJ.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,
88 fc SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
B. E. IHLEKS & W.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N. B. Ou and niter May 15th. MISS OLA11K will have che.rne
of our Dressmaking Rooms,
& FORT STREETS.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
TIIAX EVER Si:
Offered to the Public
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