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MONDAY, JULY 8, 1889.
, , ARRIVALS.
i July ti
lt M tf H Zealand!,! 7 day from San
Sttur .Ulkahala from Kauai
j July Ti
lt M .$ Zoalamlla for the Colonic
July H- ' .
Slmr J A Cii'nniliu for Itiiolan .
altmr Mokolll for Molokal ul 5 i tvF
SStmr Jns Miikee for Kapao. lit 5 p m
3liur Llkellke for Until ut 0 p in
Stmr Walmaunlo for Walauai and Wal-
aliiu at 1) a in
Scbr Ka Mot for Hawaii
Sclir Mary for tlanalel
Schr SuruU & Eliza for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StmrWO Hall for Ltihalim, JIaalica,
Kona. Ka. and the Volcano at 10
o'clock n in
Stmr Mikahala for Knit-il aio p m
Btnir W inlciilo for Kuuut ut 5 p m
hchr Twilight for San Francisco at noon
From I'aunl per stmr Mlkaliala, July
7i Wol'crs, J T liuinburg, 4 natives
untl :U deck.
friom San Fianclsco, per S 8 Zca
lauilta, .luly 0 -Mr Justice llvkeiton.
MrsUielon und4 childien, II n W K
Catlc, tfc and nuisi', G Uuiu nlnos,
Jolin vE.uly, W D Elliott, .Kobcit
brieve. Dr il P Hugos Hud wife.' Win I
Jones, Edwaid l.ycau, J E Liggett, J L
Mcl.ean.uud wife, Mrs K Lumlv ami
child, Dr W A Muck, L E oses, Mrs S
Both and child, Mrs S Suv'dgf, Geo v
Smith, MUs luha Smith, Mrs (J h Sulli
van and child, l I) Thomas, wife and ;i
chll iien. G o II Thompson, M A Wolf,
Miss Minnie F Whittici, DrU l.auier-li-tch,
Dr W Sclicw iakoff, 10 steerage,
iirul 12 passuugcis for Auckland and 74
SHIPPING NOTES. ""
Tlic Miknbali .bi ought fundny' from
Kauai, 5.248 bags of sugar, '180 bag?
rice, 193 bigs paddy, 75' hides and 1U0
The steamer W G Hal' sails at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning for tho
Volcano ami way ports.
Tlie bark Kicno, apt Uanbon, clear
ed from Port Toun-fnd for Honolulu
Juiif 18th with 090.277 ftfet lumber,
20,0 0 laths and 200,000 shingles. '
ARKIVALS AT SAN rilANCISCO
June 22 Andrew Wei h from Hono
lulu DEPAtlTUKES FUOM SAN FRANCISCO I
June 23, scbr Rosalind for Honolulu.
June 23, scbr W S Bowne, for Hono
lulu; schr Anna for Kiiliului.
June 20, bktne Amelia for Eureka and
Honolulu. - i
Juno 27. bk O O Whttmore for Nana
imo and Honolulu.
Arrived Ut Auck(andi June 22, S S
Mariposa. - ' '' .
pokeu June 5th 0 X 2B West, ship
Eskd le, from Llveipool for Honolulu.
Following is a correct lUt of the
offlccrd of Polynesian Encampment
No;' 1 I. O. O. F. installed ly.D.
D. '"Grand Sire M. Df-Moiisarrat,
A. V. Richardson, C. P.
C. J. Fishel, S. W.
Geo. ilolinson, If. P.
J. J. Lecker, J. W.
L. L. La Pierre, Scribe.
Ay. O. Atjvatec, Treasurer.
J. J, Carden,r.iS.
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BLOODED STOCK COMING.
The W. St BowtTo is on her way
from San Fnuici8co"witu, twenty-two
Lead of GallowyTandAifgu's cattle,
consigned t'othe'Wbodlawn Dairy
and Stock pompany. Tbe lot con
sists of elevdn. bulls -and eleven ft
males. They are from tbe herds ot
the Interstate Galloway Cattle Com
pany of Kansas City, Mo. r
' Among tuej bulls is "Monarch
2801." but 3"'years old, "ilnd which
weighed on tlni scales after shipping
and handling. 1990 pounds. In the
Galloways' the choicest blood pt, the
lia families is represented ; there
being three first and second prize
winners among the females.
In the Arfgus Idt, "Orlando
2962," a son ofjho famous. Knight
of St. Patrick, stands at the iiead,
weighingj over 1800 prjiinds, while
the heifer Lark, G913, represents
tbe other sideof the liouse. She is
a. beautiful, neat, clean animal, and
won first premium in her class at the
Nevada Slate Fair at Reno last fall.
The repairs to the Oceanic Com
pany's steamer Australia, which
have' been conducted under the su
perintendence of Fergus F. Ken
nedy, jnechanlpal engineer of the
Rlsdim Iron Woiks, are so far ad
vanced that a time has been set for
her voyages between this port and
Th,c Australia will leave San
Francisco on the 19th of July. On
June 28th her new boilers were test
ed and steam raised to a piessurc
of 1G0 pounds to the square inch.
The tost was hiuhly satisfactory, '
Oif July 1st the engines wero to
be turned for the first time since
they Have been repaired, and if all
that is expected of them is attained
the Australia will be able to steam
fourteen knots and a half per hour,
with a consumption of coal not ex
ceeding 360 tons overy twenty-four
hours. This will bo a saving of
about one-third of tho amount used
with thq old epgines. '
Tho steamer will bo prootically a
new one and will be furnished in
luagnillcent style. The total cost of
br repairs will exceed 926,000.
16CAU ktmhl N
Manuel Baptleto has a notice else
Tiif. Honolulus and
Tuiike cottages and premises on
Enmni Hticot'aro for sale.
Thk ITnwaiian band gives a con
cert ut Emma Sqtinro this evening.
John Bull was up in tho Police
Court this morning for drunkenness.
Tahiti bamboo for hat making in
advertised for sale by J. E. Brown &
. On Saturday next at noou Mr.
Lovoy will sell the bulk l'ukwiln at
Another rise in sugar by the Zea
landia. Oh Juno 29th 9G test was
quoted at 8.22.
A VKtiy poor picture of Father
Damien appears in the Illustrated
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Health this morning only routine
business was tiunsactcd.
Pursek Gio. MiiLuno has the
thanks of the Boi.LbTi.v for Hies of
late papurb per Zeal.mdia.
Mr. Lee, a stenographer from San
Friiiiciyen, was taking notes in the
Supiemo Colli t this morning.
The S. S. Kinnu sails on Friday
next the 12th, at 2 p. in , for tho Vol
cano. Quito a number of passengers
Holders of water privileges will
notice tbe hours of using water for
irrigation in our by Authority
One thousand bliarcs of the Haw
aiian Tramways Company will bo
sold at auction by Mr. Levey July
15th. Particulars elsewhere.
The Chilian man-of-war Pilcomayo
fails on Wednesday for Vancouver.
She will remain there 1X days and
then proceed to Sun Francisco.
It is not unlikely that the Du
quesne, the French flagship in the
Pacific, will touch nt this port on her
way from S.m Francisco to Tahiti.
The secretary of the Hawaiian
Yachting and Rowing Absociution is
ready to pay the prizes won on the
Fourth of July to the successful com
petitors. The U S. S. Alert leaves for Tan
ning's Ifland this afternoon. The
U. S. S. Adams bus been ordered to
Samoa and will leave, for there after
she has coaled.
The following advertisement
pears in the Chicago Times :
An old, but still active Volcano,
ply to Ivulukuuu.
Col. Claus Spreckels promises the
Reading, Pa., Board of Trade to et
tahlihh a sugar refineiy there, pro
viding tbe farmers of the nirround
'nil country will plant 50,000 acres oi
If, as the Advertiser bays, the Zea
landia brought 5,371 tons of cargo
for this port, there mus have been
come pretty smart work in unloading
for her to be in port less than five
The schooner Twilight sails for
San Francisco ,at noon to-morrow.
She will carry a mail which closes at
tho Post Ollice ut 11 o'clock. This
is a good oppoi tunity to fuiwiud let
ters and papers.
In the Supreme Court on Satur
day afternoon, before Mr. Justice
McCully. tho question of the 'right
to nolle pros! w.is argued by Mr. A.
S. Hurtwell for the Attorney-General.
Decision was reserved.
Look out for the Bulletin Week
ly Summary to-morrow containing
full accounts Jbf the celcbrutionsi of
the glorious Fourth at Honolulu and
Maui. Send acopy to your, fiiends
by the mail which leaves to-monow
by tho schooner Twilight.
TiiE.ganioZof baseball on Saturday
afternoon between .tlieKaiulanis and
Huwuiis attracted very littlo atten
tion and was uninteresting'. Tho
score stood Hnwaiis 27, Kuiulanis 5.
Messrs. G. E. Boardman and W. E.
Wall were the unpires.
The S. F, Mubic and Drama of
Jupe 8th lias the following : The Al
cazar is becoming quito u favorite
rebort of visitors from tho Sandwich
Islands. Among those who saw "The
Fairy's Well" there on MOnduy night
wub Mrs, Sum Both and her sister.
As both ladies are quite durk.in com
mon with a majority of the residents
of Honolulu, no little surprise was
created by Mrs. Roth's rich Irish ac
cent in commenting ou the amusing
points of the play.
Mr. C. A. Spreckels, who has left
San Francihco to take charge of tho
new sugar lnlinery at Philadelphia,
was presented with a, beautiful fare
well gift from tho employees of the
firm of J. D, Spieckels it Bios. Tho
present was a magnificent album,
bound in Kustian leather, with clasps
and mountings of iolidilver. With
in the album aro photographic views
of overy establishment under the
control of the ihm with which Mr,
Spreckels has been connected.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIKC.
Ilartnony Lodge No. 31. O. of O.
F. at 7 :30,
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:80.
Y. M 0. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15,
Public band conceit nt Emma
Sufferers by tho Johnstown flood
aro going to bring action against
lliu South Fork Fishing Club, owuer
of the fatal dam. The number of
lives 'lost is still repicsentcd by
widely differing estimates some
adhering to 10,000 and otbets be
ing under 5,000.
The toils are tightening about sev
eral members of the Clan na Gael
society for the murder of Dr. Cro
niu in Chicago. Much excitement
prevails over the matter, olid agita
tion is heating up against foreign mur
derous BccreUsocielies in the United
States. Alexander Sullivan seems
to be implicated In the murder.
Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes died
in the morning of June 24, never
having recovered consciousness.
Four blocks were burned at Van
couver, Wash., the night of June
This stcumer Agnail sailed from
New York Juno 24 for Nicaragua
with the second construction party
sent out by the Maritime Canni
Company. She carried a large
quantity of material and mechanical
On and after July -1 the navy flag
is ordeied, to contain forty-two stars
in honor of the new Slates.
Sullivan and Kilrain were to fight
on the Mississippi line July 8th.
Simon Cameron died at Donegal,
PeiiiKjlvania, Juno 2G. He was
born in Lancaster Co., Pa., March
8, 1799, and was therefore over 90
years of age. He was left an orphan
at nine, learned the trade of a
printer, and at 21 was editor of a
country paper. Rising rapidly he
became a United States Senator in
1815, and was Secretary of War ami
Minister to Russia under Lincoln.
His son Don Cameron has been his
successor in the Senate since 1877.
THE MINISTER TO HAWAII.
Mr. John L. Stevens of Maine was
on June 22d appointed Minister to
Hawaii. He was Minister to Para
guay and Uruguay under the admin
istration of President Giant, and
under the Hayes administration he
held the post of Minister to Swe'dcu
and Norway, lie has been a mcmbei
of the Maine Legislature and held
other Slate olliccs of importance.
He has always been an active, zeal
ous Republican in politics.
George Mauey, who had been Min
ister lo the Republic of Colombia
under Garfield, was appointed Min
ister to Paraguay and Uruguay.
John Martin Crawford, who is ap
pointed Consul-General at St. Pe
tersbuig, is a scholar of distinction.
He has translated with success tht
Scuudiuavian national epic, and bib
appointment is expected to place
liiin in a congenial atmosphere fm
the pursuit of his studies.
William Walter Phelps was on
June 2G announced as Minister !
Germany. The appointment was :i
surpiisc to him and accorded as u
tribute to his success as Saninai.
Commissioner at Berlin. He is ai.
experienced Congressman and wu
Minister to Austria under Garfield.
iunoru. ' . .
The Royal Yacht Squadron met
in London June 24 and adopted re
solutions declaring it impossible to
accept the new deed of' gift of the
America's Cup. This will prevent
The State Council of Switzeiland
lias unanimously sanctioned the new
measure lo better restrain the So
cialists. Murray's Magazine am. ounces
that Prince Albert Victor, the oldest
son of the Prince of Wales, is nlll
anced to Princess Victoria of Prus
sia, the sister of the Empeior of
l he Pope has declared the doings
of the Clan na Gael to be contrary
to the teachings of the Church.
LEPERS IS LONDON.
The chief sensation of the week
snys a London dispatch of June 22,
has been over the Prince of Wales'
leper. By some curious freak Lou
don took exceptional interest in the
circumstances"- surrounding Father
After hi9 death a photographer
who owned the negative of thepricbt
coined money, and the agitation be
gan. Tho Prince took charge of the
matter, and then the doelois, who
had views on leprosy, Joined that,
and by the time a meeting was held
the full-grown project of founding a
leper hospital in London had taken
Unfoitunalely, lo have a leper hos
pital one needsjepers, mid so search
was instituteduhd the discovery was
made that there arc two much-needed
specimens in London. The Prince
in his speech declared there ns a
leper in Loudon employed in a' large
At this a fearful outcry was made
by tho butchers, and columns of pro
tests were crowded into the p.ipeis
until the identity of the man was Re
vealed. He turns out lo be a native
Englishman, who was never out of
the country, who peddled oxtails,
and is an undoubted leper.
SIGNS OK WAK.
Large quantities of gold coin from
South America aro passing through
Antwerp for Russia and Austria, tho
same as in Uie Franco-Gerjoan war.
Tho 'French Government has or
dered inquiry concerning the recent
large purchases of cattle in Savoy for
shipment to Germany.
England has declined loguaiuntee
tho evaluation of Kgypt, which, was
demanded by France as tho condltiou
of her ndcoplrtuce of tlia Egyptian
conversion scheme. The scheme has
accordingly been abandoned.- France
has also demanded the abandonment
of the Anglo-Turkish convention of
Rus9ia has occupied Deor Island,
Corca, as a coaling anil 'naval depot.
A Russian man-of-war is there, and
nobody is allowed to land or leave
without a permit from .the Adm'ral.
This seizure gives Russia an advan
tage over England.
l'ORTUOAL MAKING TROUBLE.
The Portuguese Government on
June 2G canceled tho concession it
hud granted an Anglo-American
company for tho building of a rail
road at Dclagoa Bay. The British
Consul at Uelugoa Bay has asked
that a man-of-war be sent there to
protect the interests of British sub
jects. It is reported that Germany
is backing Portugal In an endeavor
to counteract British influence in
Lord Salisbury in the House of
Louis, stated that tho Government
Uad earnestly requested Poitugal to
rcfiaiu from taking any hasty action
mid lo give time in which to settle
the dilllculty. He declared it would
not be within Portugal's right to re
fuse to arbitrate the matter.
The company has cabled to Secre
tary Blaine asking him to send a war
ship to protect American interests in
A dispatch received in London
June 29, from the manager of the
Dclagoa Buy Railroad says the Por
tuguese have torn up the road and
tired on the English engineer who
attempted resistance, and the road
otllcials have been arrested. The
manager makes urgent demand on
Salisbury for intervention and the
assistance of the English Govern
ment. Another dispatch says the British
Consulate is filled with British re
fugees. The British interpreter with
the Consulate has been arrested.
His release has been demanded by
the British Resident.
The London papers demand satis
faction fiom Portugal. Tho Stand
ard says even Lisbon must be block-
uled if necessary to obtain justice.
' BAND CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Overture Mnsanlello Auber
hule Tannhau-er ....AVugner
Waltz Dunubu Waves :. ..Ivanovle
Selection Hotiemiiin Gill Balfe.
Like no a Like. Moalua.
Nua o ka
Medley Ye Olden Time3.
.-cottische Ci liege Boys.
W It. - Vienna Chronicle' .
Qtiadiille Tulip i tan
. .. Kosgato
R. M. S. ZEALANDIA.
The' R. M. S. Zealandia, Capt.
Von Oterendorp, arrived Saturday
.evening at 5:30 o'clock, 0 days and
18 hourA from San Francisio with
41 cabin and 1G steerace passengers
uid 57A toii3 of cargo for this port,
and 34 cabin and 49 steerage pas
sengers and 1200 tons of cargo for
the Colonies. Left San Francisco
Tune 29tli at midnight, and expe
rienced fresh N. "W. winds and
rough sea, .thence to port light N.
E. to N. N. E. winds and fine clear
weather. Passed the R. M. S. Ala
meda July 3d at 10 a. m. The Zea
landia left for the Colonies shortly
after ten o'clock Saturday night.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEACUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, July Cth :
Kumcliuiuclias . 4 .1 5
Stars 2 "l" 3
Hawaii ..:... 2 2 4
Honolulu. t . 2 1 . 3
Kaiulanis. . t . . 0 , 5 6
SUPREME COURTJULY TERM.
UEFORE MO'CUTI.Y J.
Monday, July 8th.
The CoUrtfopened at 10 a. in.,
foreign and Hawaiian jurors in at
tendance. Four of the foreign
jurors were excused.
Naaiua el al. vs. Anlonc Richard,
ejectment. Tiled before the follow
ing mixed jury: O. .Spencer, F.
Harvey, A. Smith, Anapu, Nau
kana, Hooinuha, J. A. Gilnian, G.
Lucas, Jr., E. F. Bishop, J. II.
Fisher, D. T. Hailey and J, Grace.
W. C. Achi for plaintiffs ; C. Brown
for defendants. After part of the
evidence was heard, plaintiff asked
for a nonsuit, which was granted.
SUPREME CQURT--AT CHAMBERS.
Monday, July 8th.
HEFOUK judd, o. J.
In re estate ot Margcret Kccgan.
- Petition for probate of will.
Ordered that the will bo admitted to
probate and that letters tcstamon
taiy be' issued to George Lueus un
der S250 bond. C. L. Carter for
BEFORE I'KKSTOK, J.
In ro estate of Knpilic (w). Peti
tion of V. O. Smith, executor, for
allowance of accounts, discharge
and (lual order of distribution.
Ordered that accounts ho approved,
and executor discharged upon hMing
nnai receipt, w. u. jsiimu lor petl-
MECHANIC fcNOtKK CO. XO. 2.
Thirteen members were present at
the meeting of this company, the
foreman, Mr. E. R. Ryan, presiding.
Tho committee to whom was referred
the bills of tho Fashion Stables for
$10 and of tho Bulletin for $14, re
ported them correct and they were
ordered paid. Tho total of other
bills ordered paid was about 825.
A member for nonpayment of dues
was suspended from the company.
The action of the company respect
ing tho time for election of its dele
gate (from June to December) was
deferred for the present.- Joel Bolto
nas allowed to take a scat . in tho
company ft9'a delegate of the No. 2
Junior Volunteers. After committee
reports and other minor business,
tho meeting adjourned to afford the
oltlcers an opportunity of -attending
the presentation ccemony at the
Hall of Engine Co. No. 1.
HOW THEY STAND.
Tho following table shows the
standing of the clubs of the Nation
al League and American Associa
tion up to June 29th.
THK Steamer "KIN AH"
will leave Honolulu
for the Volcano. FIUDAY,
uly 12th, at 2 o'clock r. m., returning
Saturday, July 20 h.
2D1 4t WILDER'S S. S. CO.
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholdcr
of tho Onliu Kftilway & Land Co. will
bo In-Ill nt tho office of tho Compuny on
THURSDAY, July 18th, 1889, at 10
O'cloCK A. M
By order of Preoident O. R & L. Co.
WILLIAM P. T.jLEK,
2S1 2w Secretary pro tern.
DU 'ft NO inl
timnArary absence from
L'dian. inv'.wifv. -lulia A
l illniim wilt act for mc in all ui. titer
Older 'i full power of ntuirtipv
J. J. WILLIAMS,
29181 0'F. rlhtreet
Lost or Mislaid.
CEKIIFIOATft No 241 for 2(1 slmret
Mutual Telephone --trek standiiij!
in the name of (', K, Millman, on which
tinnsfcr hn hern tnppcl Finder ple'isi
return to Mr. ). K. Slilltiian or to tin
Ki'I.i.ktin Ofll c. 27ld.93n.if
FOlt ALE CHJEAP
animal for a boy), and
Co't Sm'dle. In Idle,
eic , throw n In to make
Apply at this ottlcc. 251 If
NOTICE to UllEDlTOltS.
NOTinE is hereby given to all per.
sons having claim-, against the
esthto of A Kauiiui, di ceased, to present
the fame to the undersigned executors,
within six months from the dale of thW
notice or lUey will hi: forever lisped.
K. Tl BAILKY,
Wnilukti. Mniil. June I, iKHH, 272 Im
w BUY -a
Just Arrived !
-- AN INVOICE OF
Imporled Direct from Havana.
STYLES ai ODALITIBS !
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Over 1,000 Pieces ot Whito & toy liroite
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lies of Lace Trimmings !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
IKS? : Immense
Qreat Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Tcmplo of Fashion for tho
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance oi Our Splendid Stock will bo
Sold during' the Month ot Juno
AT -25- PER -CEMT- BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10t FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
88 So 80 2fK Hotel St.
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
iJtf Latest Designs
B, I. EHLEBS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN '
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N, B.On and after Slay
ot our Dresaoiukiug Uooim,
'. .' iiKSr
& FOUT STREETS
k, J AlfMtt
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
TIIAX EVER "a:
D. B. RMlTEr, Aeont.
15th, MISS CLARK will have chareo
;aillt ' J Vj; Ws4iu LafaJtetflttftMfe ijl'U
iJtJwi ,- irL tV. m Mr