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TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1889.
Scbr Rosalind 10 duys from San Frnu
USB Alert for Fannlngs Island
II II M S Espleglc for a cruise
Stmr V G Hull for Lahaluu, Mnalaca,
Kona, Kail nnd the Volcano at 18
o'clock a m
Stuy Mlknhala for Kauai at 5 p m
Btihr W.dalalofbr Kauai nt 6 p m
Schr Twilight for Sau Francisco at noon
Stmr Pele for Ilawnll at 10 a in
Scln Mary for llanalcl
Sohr Kanlkeaoull for Kohala
Schr Walinalu for Puna
Stmr Viva for Maul at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Chilean man-of-war Pllcomayo for
Ilk S C Allen for San Francisco
For Maul, per stmr Llkollke, July 8
E L Melville, J W Shaw, C 11 Dickey
and u number on duck.
Per steamer W O Hall, July 0 For
the Volcano: Mr and Mrs 1' O Jones,
Win P Jones, Miss A t nrter, Miss U
Carter, A. Iss M Carter, Ills Ex II A P
Carter, Ills Honor A F Judd, A Judd,
C M Cooke, .lames Judd, J S Pratt, M
D, Clarence Cooke, M Cooke Miss A
Judd, MIbs L Dickson, J A Liggett. M
A Wolfe, Miss M F Whlitier, L E
Moses, Q B Thompson, W D Elliot,
Miss A Jones. For way ports: Hon W
GIrwiu, Miss Spalding, Miss Wodc
housc, W Y Hbfiier. G N Wilcox, Geo
Ilichardson, J Pwyer, M Andrews, J F
Haekfcld, lion II lCuiliula.nl, J U Lang
try, Mrs Sehlemucr, Chung Sue, J I)
Tregloan and 50 deck.
The Kinau Is due to-morrow liioruing
II B M 8 Esplogle has gone on a cruise
around the Island of llawuil.
The schooner ltosullnd, Capt Le
Ballister, arrived this moruing, 1C days
from Sau Francisco with merchandise
valued at $10,970, including 133 ctls
wheat, 2145 ctls barley, 050 bbls llour, 5
os salmon, 150 bis hay. 3G ctls corn, 51
ctls oat, 200 sks middlings, COO sks
liran, 3D ctls beans, i!U0 cs co.il oil, 4000
posts, 1200 railroad tics, 200 in shingles
and 760 lbsipdwdcr.
WOND In this city, July Sth, to the
wife of G. Woud, a sou.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert, this evening at
Thomas Square commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Overture Floiicsome Students. .Suppc
Waltz Laura Milloeker
Fantasia Mill in tlm Forest. .Ellenberg
Reminiscences of Weber Godfrey
Mauoa. Pua Alani. ICapiolaui.
paiit ir.' -
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Mazurka Emily Relic
Polku Amager Godfrey
Waltz Jubilant Fahrbuch
DR. EMERSON 'IN KONA.
Dr. Emerson, President of the
Board of Health, hasbeen, since Sa
turday last viewing the Kona keikis
together with those unfortunate peo
ple among the adult population
whose names a formidable list
.had been sent to the Board as "sus
pects." Terror and consternation
among tho Hawaiian population pre
ceded the doctor. All sorts of hor
rible phantasies were made to dance
before the imagination of the unso
phisticated Konaiau. All who had
red eyes, carbuncles on noses, long
ears, sore toes, or beauty spots of
any kind, were to be dragged away
from their homes and consigned to
the shades of Molokai.
One'of the schools in the doctor's
line of march scattered and not a
keiki could be ,found. The "throe
hundred lepers in Kona" so often
heard from during .the past year
seem to bo vanishing into the state
of non est. People generally arc
now laughing at their own fears.
They find that tho "haole kauka,"
instead of being a lion going about
to devour them, is a very genial and
jolly good fellow.
Kona, Jujy 4, 1889.
" II I i in
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BEFORE MC'CULLY J.
Tuesday, July 9th.
Trustees Bishop estate vs. Kala,
etal. Ejectment. Disclaimer Hied
by defendants and judgment order
ed for plaintiffs. Neumann, Hatch
and Kaulukou for plaintiffs j Crcigu
ton aud Kane for defendants.
"A. J. Chrtwright, guardian, vs.
Ilaleakala" Hart. Assumpsit for
three-fourths of a life insurance po
licy. Tried before tho following
mixed iurv: J. W. Kapukinc, J.
Liwai, W. Keliiaa, S. W. Kamakau,
A. Kuhia, J. S. Kuiiluu, D. T.
Balloy, J'. -IS.- Bidwell.J. A. Gilman,
G. Koch, E. O. White and F. J.
lliggins. The jury instructed by
tho Court returned a verdict for
plaintiff. Cecil Brown for plaintiff ;
V. V. Ashford for defendant.
AT CHAMBERS BEl'ORK DOLE, J.
In re estate of W. E. Kahcle
maUna. Petition of W. O. Smith,
administrator, for allowance of ac
counts nd discharge. " Ordered
that the accounts bo approved and
tho administrator discharged " and
his bond cancelled. Petitioner in
100AL & QENE&AL HEWSt
A. KEttSANHEZ lias a hotidd else
Rooms suilnblo for business offices
on King street aro to let.
Tin? timo tublo for tho Bcrclaiiia
street line appears elsewhere.
Tun bund conccrtntKmmnFquarc
last opening was very well attended.
Tun oars commenced running on
the Herotnnin street lino this morn
ing. Anotiieh letter from Kila is in
hand, but too lengthy for insertion
Work has commenced on the al
terations, to the Puliation Preparatory
The pool selling case has
postponed to Thursduy, at
The regular meeting of Q. V. Do
Long Post, G. A. It., will be held this
Tun notorious Jim Kukona has
been sent on tho reef -for thruo years
Adout a dozen passongors aro
booked to leavo for the Volcano by
tho Kinau on Fiiduy.
The Captain and officers of II. B.
M. S. Espicgle will visit tho Volcano
the latter part of this week.
The band gives a moonlight con
cert at ThomiiB Square this evening,
commencing at 7 :30 o'clock.
Mn. S. A. Monsarrat left on the
U. S. S. Alert yesterday for a trip to
Fanning's Island us" tho guest of
Capt. Green. '
The Post OfTioo
dispatched to San
by the schooncfJ
Twilight, 721 letters
and 119 pack51
ages of papers.
Mn. J. F. Morgan will sell on
Thursday at 10 a. m., at the store of
Mr. Kerr, adjoining his salesroom, a
large assortment of now tailor goods.
The work of making new side
walks on Bcrctania street is progress
ing rapidly. A gang of prisoners are
now at work in front of tho Punahou
The Bulletin Weekly Summary
was publisticd this morning, a splen
did number. There is nothing pub
lished liko it in tho kingdom for a
summary of local and island news.
A horse attached to a brake and
driven by a lady, ran away on Bcrc
tania street yesterday. It turned
into the Punahou Preparatory school
grounds, where tho driver jumped
out and was not hurt at all. Some
workmen in the grounds stopped the
The officers of the Union Mill
Company, Kohala, for tho ensuing
year are :
President James Benton
Vice-President C. S. Kynnersly
Treasurer T. R. Walker
Secretary Robt. Wallace
Auditor T. R. Key worth
Mat Canavan, vho was well known
in Honolulu a few years ago as a
skilful carriage painter, has, it will
be pleasing to his m any friends here,
received his commission from the
United States Navy Department, as
head painter at tho Maro Island
A dispatch to the London Times
says: The draft of a bill dealing with
lepers has been prepared by the
Indian Government. By tho provi
sious of this measure magistrates are
empowered to arrest lepers who earn
a livelihood by begging, and the local
Governments aro authorized to in
creako tho number of retreats, where
the segregation of tho eexes must be
The bust of Judge McCully, hav
ing been finished by Mr. Hutchin
son, sculptor, is on view at Messrs.
King Bros., art store, Hotel street.
Thoso.who only saw the model, or
the cast before drying, may be said
to havo not seen tho work at all. It
is a remarkably fine production in
every respect, as viewed from any
point the likeness is striking. Mar
velous is real art in the life and ex
pression it can invest dead material
with, must be the thought of all who
behold tho object in question.
Moonlight concert at Thomas
Square, nt 7:30.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles,
Court Lunalilo, No. GC00 A. O.
F at 7::J0.
Drill Queen'i Own t Armory,
Geo. W. De Long Post G. A. R.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
lir J. K.OIOROAN,
At 10 o'clock a
deuce of Mr. J.
m., at the resi
L. Robiilson, 110
near Alapai, the
furniture a com
of which appears else-
At a special meeting of tho Board
of Health held this morning Mr. G.
W. C. Jones was appointed secre
tary in place of Mr. W. G. Ashley,
resigned. Tho retiring secretary
will be much missed, ho being a
valued oflleer, always attentive and
obliging to Uiobo having business
with th Board.
HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS COMPANY,
Completion of TrncktnS'lnc -Ucrc
tnnln Street Line Opencl---Hlntc-mcnt'.for
The work of laying the track of
tho Hawaiian Tramways Company,
begun in May, 1888, was completed
on Monday, July 8th, 1881), the
system covering a distance of twclvo
miles. Thcro was a delay of six
months after the first half mile was
put down, in waiting for rails
by the ship Cockcrnioulh from
Liverpool. Many dilllcultics arose
in the matter of street making
on the lines of the track, notwith
standing the strenuous exertions of
the Government to keep ahead of
the company's operations, which
further hampered progress in laying
There was a little ceremony in
connection with the completion of
the work. Mr. T. G. Gribble, en
gineer of the company, drove tho
editor of the Bulletin to a point
on Beretania street near Punahou,
between live and six o'clock on
Monday evening. Tliero an un
fastened fish plate on a section of
rails was exposed. Mr. Cabot, as
sociate engineer in the construction,
and one of the foremen wore pres
ent. Mr. Gribble "placed the nuts on
the bolts of the fish plate, and,
handing his guest a wrench, ex
pressed his great pleasure in giving
tho representative of his friend Mr.
Hill and of his newspaper, the
Bulletin, the opportunity of per
forming the ceremony of laying the
last rail. While not forgetting the
kindness of ether local newspapers,
nor disparaging their assistance to
ward this enterprise, he had been
much gratilied with the Bulletin's
steadfast support, and particularly
so m regard to certain articles de
monstrating the future profitable
ness'of the road. He desired that
his sentiments on this occasion be
conveyed to Mr. Hill in writing.
Mr. Logan, before applying the
implement put Mn his hands, re
sponded briefly, thanking Mr. Grib
ble in Mr. Hill'3 and his own behalf
for the honor now bestowed upon
the Bulletin. He said ho had ad
vocated a street railway in the news
papers of Honolulu, beginning as
editor of the Bulletin in 1884 im
mediately after arrival in the coun
try. Both in the editorial and news
columns had he remarked and re
corded with satisfaction the incep
tion and every stage of the progress
of this undertaking. He congratu
lated Mr. trnbble and the Hawaiian
Tramways Company upon this con
summation, that, considering all the
unavoidable drawbacks encountered,
had been arrived at expeditiously.
The tramway was to be hailed as a
great boon to the community
bringing the beautiful environments
of the city within reach of the
masses, affording workingmen the
privilege of making their homes in
the wholesome air of the suburbs,
ami giving the poor man, natu'c as
well as foreigner, the advantage of
vehicular transit so much to be de
sired for traveling distances in a
tropical climate. Again thanking
Mr. Gribble for the distinction ac
corded hira in this ceremony, the
scribe with a few turns of the wrist
tightened the fish plates till they
The party then, on the invitation
of Mr. Gribble, adjourned for din
ner to the British Club.
The company has lost no time in
putting the last completed section of
the tramway in operation. Hourly
cars began running between Uahu
College and Nuuanu street this
morning, upon a time table else
The company has large stables,
feed storehouse, repair shops, and
cottages for employees at Punahou,
also a similar group of buildings at
the Kamchamcha Schools terminus.
It will employ 150 horses and mules,
aud for the present operate 22 cars
on the whole system. Most of the
animals have been imported, but a
nulnber are home raised. The latter
are, however, rather highbred for
the purpose. It is preferred by the
management to have unbroken ani
mals, as better results are obtained
by having the breaking to both har
ness and cars effected in one pro
cess. The stables at each terminus
have every convenience including a
detached hospital for sick and in
The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany, Limited, has, in view of tho
apportionment of slock advertised at
auction, issued a "First Half-yearly
statement for Investors." As the
document may be procured by in
tending investors from the local
brokers, Iessrs. Bishop & Co,, it is
unnecessary to giro a detailed sum.
mary of its contents here. Briefly
it may bo said that, witli liberal
allowances, it estimates monthly re
ceipts for the next half year at
$8, GOO, and monthly expenses in
cluding $1,000 for contingencies at
87,205, leaving SI, 335 availablo for
dividend, being five percent per an
num on $320,400. This is based on
present businsst but figures of in
crease arc given which, with enhanc
ed economy of management, hold out
reasonable prospects of a ten or
twelve percent dividend. The av
erage takings of each car for the
month of Juno wcro $800.
Tuesday, July -Dili.
Pierre, John Baptisto, Naeka,
Sam Kanoa and Pooniki had cadi to
pay $G for drunkenness.
Alox. Nicholas charged with fu
rious and heedless drlving'was re
primanded and discharged.
Latest FuraUui Havs
General Butler is still eager in
tho attack on Admiral Porter, charg
ing him with cowardico' at New
Orleans. The Admiral at last ac
counts had concluded to treat the
General's accusations for the futuro
with silent contempt.
The secret ballot bill of Connecti
cut is signed.
The yawl Navcsink that left Bos
ton May 20 for Paris was spoken
off Valentin June 22 after a rough
passage across the Atlantic.
horse farm in Montana, was tho
victor over six horses in the "Am
erican Derby," one mile and a half,
at Chicago. His time was 2:41
and about a million dollars changed
hands on the result. "Proctor
Knott," previously beaten by
"Spokane" in the Kentucky Derby,
was last in the Chicago race, al
though lending more than half the
way. A' wild flower in the Rocky
Mountains, reputed among the In
dians to give strength to men and
horses, is mentioned Beriously or
otherwise as the secret of the Mon
tana winner's great racing quali
Emperor William will inspect the
British fleet off Spithcad on August
Scarlc, the Australian oarsman, is
training on the Thames for his race
with O'Connor of Toronto.
One of the causes of coolness be
tween the Czar aud Kaiser is that,
whereas the latter paid his first visit
to St. Petersburg, and therefore the
Czar was the first sovereign who
should have been received at Berlin,
yet the Berlin magnates allowed tho
King of Italy to got in ahead of the
Uzar and went extravagantly out of
their wy to plaster Humbert over
thick with adulation and turn his
honest Savoyard head with cheors
and artillery salvos. This does not
especially please Russian imperial
The Shah of Persia is visiting
June 22 seventy miners were en
tombed in a pit at Newcastle, N. S.
W., and their rescue was doubtful.
The disaster was caused by careless
ness. A miner entered the shaft
with an unprotected lamp and tho
Cardinal Taschereau's niece, Miss
Josephine Taschereau, daughter of
the Supreme Court Judge, Canada,
has eloped with nnd married a young
British civil engineer. The marriage
occurred at the Episcopal Church at
Ganauoque, the young man refusing
to become a Catholic.
The American bark Brazos, Cap
tain Edgett, from Newcastle for
Hongkong, was wrecked 500 miles
from Sandy Cape. Part of the crew
were saved. The others aro miss
ing. A ferry barge for carrying railway
passenger went over the Grand
Falls, St. Manrice river, Canada,
and 19 lives were lost.
Sir J. B. Thurston, Lieutenant
Governor of the South-Wcstaiu
Pacific, is inquiring into the charges
made by Germany that the British
Con-ul at Apia has been aiding
The negotiations between the
Canadian Government and Mr. An
derson of London for the establish
ment and maintenance of a fast
stcumiliip line from Quebec to Ply
mouth have ended successfully.
(This fast mail service on the At
lantic is the condition on which the
British subsidy to Pacific lines was
to be given.)
FOR THE VOLCANO.
Twenty-three passengers left on
the W. G. Hall this morning for the
Volcano. A large crowd was on the
wharf to see the steamer depart.
Among the passengers was Mr. V.
C. Jones and party who go to Puna
luu and after inspecting the planta
tion start for the crater. Next
Monday the Kinau calls for them at
Keauhou landing and takes them to
Ililo. They rlsit Onomca and other
places around Ililo, returning to
Honolulu on the Kinau, Saturday
CONVENIENT Rooms for
bushiRss ofllcesor lodg
ing apartments on tho escond
lloor over tho fruit storo on Klnc street,
this city, "Olobu Hotel Premises." In.
uulru at thu fruit store.
2U5 12t AU CHEW.
ABTRAY DOG. Tho
owner can have samo
by proving properly and
paying expenses of adver.
Using, if not claimed
withiu 1G days from dato the right of
ownership will be forfeited. Apply to
J. W. Kaboiwai, at Allen & Robinson's
lumber yard. 295 3t
Union Mill Company.
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
the Uulon Mill Company hula at
Kohala, on May 2:), 1889, tho following
officers were appointed for the ensuing
President.... , James Ronton,
O. tiueyd Kynnersley,
Treasurer T. It. Walker,
Secretary Uobert Wallace,
Auditor T. It. Koy worth.
Kolmls, May 28, 1889. SOi 4t
Hawaiian mm Co.,
OPENING OF BERETANIA ST. LINE.
HOURLY SERVICE. "
Cars lenvc Oaliu College 0:63 a. m ,
and every hour uiilll 5i52 r. m.
Leave Nuuanu street 7:22
every hour until 0:23 r. m.
i. m , and
IN accordance with terms of the char
ter, the members of the Queen's
Hospital Corporation are hereby noti
fied thai the biennial mcctlug will take
place at the room of tlio Chamber of
Commerce on SATURDAY, Julv 22nd,
at 11 o'clock a. ii. J. 11. PATY,
282 4toaw Secretary, pro Um.
Meeting; of Stockholders.
NOTICB Is hereby given that a spc
rlnl meeting of the dtocklioldnrs
of the (J.ilni I tall way &. Land Co. will
be hrlil at tlir- olllcc of tho Company on
THURSDAY, July 18th, 18SH, nt 10
o'clock A. M.
Uy order of President O. R. & L. Co.
WILLLVM P. TOLEll,
231 2w Secretary pro tern.
THE Steamer "KINAU"
will leave Honolulu
forfhc Volcano, FRIDAY,
luly 12th, at 2 o'clock v. m., returning
Saturday, July SOili.
201 4t WILDER'S S. S. CO.
3 COTTAGES nnd Premises
on Emma street, at a rca-
I ionablo figure. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght's Block, Merchant St.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HOUSE und Premises at
Iwilei, Honolulu. House
contains three largo aud two
small rooms nnd hall nnd a large nltic.
Cottage with three rooms on the pre
mises; cook nnd bath-house. Stable
with three stalls and carringo house;
shade and fruit trees on the prcmUcs.
Apply to .r. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwriglit's Ulock, Merchant St.
H&lA T?LEQANT Roslilcnco la
?s JQi Pauoa Valley, known as
iaa thu "Booth Premises." Con.
tnina largo rooms, parlor, dining and
four bed rooms, closets and modern im.
proviments nnd conveniences; out
houses and pasture. For further parti
culars apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
293 1m aSMcrchaiitstrcet.
Cottage on Mer
strcet. near Ala-
STORE TO LET
npilL Store lately occupied
bd&aSS Hl ck, KiiiR ttrc t. at reason-
utile rental. Possession 'given at onco.
J. G. ROTHWELL.
&& T7URNISHED Rooms to let,
iJSsiSS -1- southwest corner of
WEsaa 1'michbow nuil llcrctitnia
strecls, would bo very convenient for a
small family. 25S Cm
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
T7X01-LLENT Stables con
tainlnir Kl Stalls, Cotlngo
and 7 ncies Pasturn Land, on
famuli htrcet, near King, formerly occu.
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of the
Pal'inui Bus. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
nPIlE 'Emerson Homestead,
X beautifully situated in
Wnialua, Otilni, J. I., com
prising n largo house with 10 rooms,
Kitchen, pantry, b.irn. etc., 11 acres of
choice land r.ow partly in taro and other
vegetables, ami n ricn patturo or u
acres within half a mile. Pure water is
brought to thu lioufe and grounds from
never falling springs, tho supply o'f
which can bu indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is a good carringo road
.to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to tho
steam bont landing, less than half a
mile distant, where steamers from tho
city touch three limes a week. Tho pic
lurcMpie scenery, fine climate and un
rivalled water privllcgo mnko this a
most desirable place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
Tor further information apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
us B U Y -a
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER of
X Honolulu "Tho Dally Bulletin."
I 60 cenu per month
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Largo Lies of Lace Triinings !
WILE BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
53g Immense ItodLiictioii ''aSl
Ghent Bargains can be obtained by calling at tho Temple of Fashion for the
ftbovo Goods. .
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
Dec-l-88 Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public ,
The Balance oi Our Splendid Stock will uo; . -
Sold during the Month oi June
AT -25- PER -OEMT- BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 As SJ
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
B. I. EHLEES & CO;
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
fflT N. B. On nd after
of our Dressmaking Rooms,
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
THAN EVER -B:
. B. SIITn, Affeat.
15th, MISS CLARK will have cW