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bAlLt jrfULlilfi'rUM J HoUULUJ.U, H JL, JtJlA'
MONDAY, JULY IB, 1889.
Blmr Vlvu from Maul
Stmr Atlknlmln f i oin Kauai
StmrLohun fiom Ilnwuil
Sclir Small & IClt.n fionE Koolnn
Stmr Emi fioifi Ilwu
JJk Fresno from 1'ort Townsenil
Sclir llnleaknlsi for J'epeekoo
Schr I.enul for Kolmlii
Stmr Tklokblll for Molnkal nt 5 p lit
Stmr Jai Mukce for Kapun at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at 9am
Stmr Waltunua'o for Walaune nud Wnl-
Stmr Akamai tor Itatiil
Jtgtne W G Irwin for 8an Francisco
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Knula for Kauai at -1
Stmr Wulnlculefor Kll.ineaand llanalci
at 5 p m
Stmr Llkellke.for Mnul at 5 p m
Stniriiokolll for Moloknl at 5 p m
Stmr Lehun forilamakiia and Illlo ports
at 5 p m
For Sun fcVinoteco per V O Irwin,
July 15 It C Duncan anil II Quiiian.
From Kauai per stmr Mlkaliala, July
U AT Atkinson, "Miss l'aiclt. Miss
Itolstpu, TVliss Flnxtnnii, G Apot, M J
Silva, and 35 duck.
Tlic Kaaln Sails at 1
p m to-morrow
for Kllnucn, llanalci and llaiiumaulu.
The Vv Q Hall is duo to-niorrow
aftoiuoon from Maul ami Hawaii.
The Lelina arrhed from Hawaii Sun
day with 2 )00 bags s-ngar.
'Vliu bark Fresno, (-apt Hanson, ar
rived this morning i7 days from l'oit
Towiifeund Willi !):i(i.277 ft lumber, 20,
000 laths and 200,000 shingles.
The stinr illkftnala brought Sunday
from Kauai Oil bags sugar, 387 'bags
lice, 82 sheep, nhu 200 pkgs sundries.
The Mikahala sails on brldriy on the
"W G Hall's route, the latter vessel Is to
be laid up u month for lcpairs. The
Waialealc will inn on the Jlikaliala's
route to Kauai.
ThobgtnoYVG Irwin, Capt MeCul
loch, took to San Francisco to-day
4809 bags sugar, 3828 bugs lice, 155
bnclis bauatlus, 450 empty beer !cgs
:md 5 pkgs pietuics and bronzes. For
clgnivaluo fl05O. Domestic value $07,
878. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this (Monday) evening at
7:30 o'clock in honor of the French
national holiday, at Emma Square.
Following is the programme:
Overture La Muette de Poitici.'.Ahber"
Finale Carmen Biet
Kautasia Faust et larguci Itc . . Gounod
Selection Les Clotehes de Comevillc
....... .". lUanquette
Kuu Lcl', Ptui OIiulu, Iliki no me mi.
Selection La Grand Dncliesse de
Geroldstein .' Offenbach
March Boulangcr. . . . aDellaroche
Waltz Or et Azur Lamothe
Quadrille La Fille de Madame An-
To-morrov, between the hours of
three and seven o'clock pi m., a sale"
of fancy work and children's cloth-
ing will be held by the St. Andrew's
Sewing Society in the old Cathedral
building. The proceeds will go to
wards the Cathedral building fund.
Refreshments, such as coffee, tea,
icecream, etc., will be served. The
admission is fixed at twenty-five
cents. The, Hawaiian band will
play during the fair.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
J1EFOBB ll'CUI.LT J.
Monday, July 15.
The Court opened at 10 a. in.,
foreign jurors in attendance
The King vs. Leong Pung. Gross
cheat by obtaining the sum of $50
from Wells, Fargo & Co.'s office
under false pretences. Tried before
a foreign jury who return a verdict
of guilty " the second degree. Sen
tenced to fifty days' imprisonment
at hard labor and pay costs of the
Court. Paul Neumann for the pro
secution ; prisoner undefended.
The Kitig vs. Ah Tai. ' Assault
with dangerous weopon. Defendant
withdraws his plea of not guilty for
one( of guilty.- Sentenced to pay a
fine of $25 and be imprisoned at
hard labor for five days.
The King vs. Julia de Souza ; dis
orderly house. Appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. A jury was drawn
but the defendant failed to put in
an appearance. The Court post
poned the case to 1 :80 o'clock and
stated that if the defendant did not
then appear the appeal would be
Alwiia M. Kahananui vs, B. II.
Knuiuianui. Divorce. Plaintiff's
motion for alimony and counsel fees.
Mr. Rosa for defendant in a very
strong argument moved that the mo
tion be denied and that all orders
heretofore made be rescinded. V.
V.- Ashford for plaintiff. The Court
AJt 1:80 the case of the King vs.
Julia de Souza wa9 proceeded with.
. . POLICE COURT. .
Mospav, July 15th.
Jobn Andredo, Uiluma, Joe, John
Drews, Knoka and J. Makini, Imd
eneli to pay $0 for drunkenness,
Lpug John was fined $50 and
sentenced to one hour's imprison
ment at hard labor for having opium
IQCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Watch rates not paid '16-day will
lie subject to an additional, ten per
Tub Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes will bo discontinued until
Mn. F. B. Aucrbach will collect
and telllo accounts for Mr. V, Iton
bcig in fiilttic.
A second hand billiaul table and
two light mule dump carts with
harness for same are wanted.
On Thuisilay, July 25, Mr. Morgan
will sell six horses from well known
stock. Particulars in an advertise
ment. Conundrum Why is Hint every
time a baseball player misses a fly,
he makes an examination of his
On Wednesday at noon, Mr. Levey
holds a sale 6f the lease of the stoic
of C. W. Hart, G7 Hotel street, mid
also tlio stock of grocciics.
Mu. Hubert More lately spiainctl
the muscles of his back in making a
lift, but Iiiib ieeoveied sufficiently to
attend to business at his shop.
Titos. McCandlOss, fireman of
two gme Co. JNo. i, lias painted
creditable views oi me volcano in
oil, which were.showiinttho monthly
meeting of that company and are
Mr. W. S. Bartlott, well known us
a formei manager of the Hawaiian
Hotel, is now in cluugc of the bar at
that place, in the stead of F. L. Leslie.
Mr. Bartlelt would be pleased to hear
from his friends.
The parties who stoloMr.Elilredge's
chickens n few days ago, left some
cigaietto paper and tobacco. Tlio
owner by calling on Mr. C. H. El
drcilgennd proving properly can have
the same, and 116 questions nsked.
This evening at 7 o'clock, and
every evening this week, Mr. L. J.
Levey will close out the stock1 at tho
store of Egan & Co. This will be a,
rare chance to obtain bargains, as
everything will be sold without re
serve. Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Softools, returned from
his official tour of Kauai on Sunday.
He starts on the round of the schools
on this island early to-morrow morn
ing. Mr. Atkinson found tho Kauai
schools, with one or two exceptions,
in n satisfactory condition. There
was a notable increase in the attend
ance over that found on his previous
) m . 1
Rri'ekking to the afterglow in the
northwestern sky noticeable the past
few evenings our morning contem
porary says, "These unusual appear
ances of course indicate something,
but what it is, had not transphed up
to the time wo went to press."
Doubtless it is the foreshadowing of
coming events, piobably of a party
among us'who expect to "paint the
EVENTS THIS EVEMNC.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Band concert at Euma Square,
Auction sale by L. J. Levey at
store of Egan & Co., Fort street,
Mrs. F. L. Stoltz, of Kahului,and
her friend Miss Crittenden of San
Francisco, arrived on the Likelike,
and will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. G. Thrum until next Tues
day, when they leave for Kauai.
Mr, Warrep Goodale, of Haiku,
is spending a few days in town.
BOARD OF HEALTH
At a meeting of the
Health this morning Mr. Geo. C.
Potter of Wailuku, Maui, formerly
of Kauai, was appointed secretary.
Dr. Wm. A. Mack, formerly de
puty city physician of Detroit,
Michigan, was appointed the Gov
ernment resident physician for Noith
and South Kona, Hawaii.
The Blue Ribbon entertainment
ot the y. M. C. A. Saturday even
ing was not largely attended. The
Rev. H. II. Gowen, president, pre
sided. Miss Barnard played a piano
solo, Mr. Arthur Tibbs sang "An
chored" which wos encored. Ho
responded with "Tho Village Black
smith." Master Charlie Hyde gave
a nice recitation, and a duct by
Misses Dora Dowsclt and Mabel
Rhodes was sweetly rendered and
redeinnnded. Mr. S. D. Fuller gave
FALL OF THE BASTILE.
The one, hundredth anniversary of
the Fall of the Battije was observed
yesterday in Honolulu. Tho govern
ment, diplomatic and consular flags
were flying. Mens. d'Anglade, the
I'reneli Commissioner, held a recep
tion in the afternoon at )ifs residence,
Beretania, street from three to five
o'clock, which was attended by
njemliers of tjic diplomatic and
consular corps and a large number
of prominent residents, This even
ing the Royal Hawaiian band gives a
concert at Emma Square in honor of
Puring the monti of May no
fewer than forty-three suicides were
committed in Vienna, a total which
has not been readied there in May
for many years pastjiit is reported.
A SPLENDID GAME.
Tho JIonolnliiB Whitewash the lift.
ViillR---rioliio Vino l'lnyluij
The game on Snturday between
the Honolulus and Ilawaiis was an
exceedingly intciesting one in every
respect. There was the usual largo
ciowd in attendance, and the band
discoursed lively selections at inter
vals. W. Lucas pitched for the
Honolulus, Parker playing first.
Whitney played a good game at
second as did G. Lucas at shoi-t.
Kaia for the Ilawaiis did good work
at second and at the bat. Dan did
'effective work behind the bat. The
base hits were equal on both Hides.
The play throughout was decidedly
exciting, and the game will stand
on record as the best one yet play
ed in the scries. Messrs. W. 15.
Wall aud Geo. 15. Boardman um
piicd, the former looking after the
strikes nnd balls while the latter
kept his eye on the bases.
The game commenced at 3:33
with Wodehouso nt the bat for the
Honolulus who lost the toss. Wode
houso got his first on balls, stole
second, went to third on a passed
ball and died there, G. Lucas going
out on a foul tip, Whitney on a fly,
and Fredenberg at first. For the
Ilawaiis Rosa took his Hist nu three
strikes, Wodehouse fumbling the
ball, stole second, to 111 i id on Kaia's
base hit but was put out in running
to the home plate. Kaia hit safely
to left field nnd took Ids first, to
second on a throw from centre to
third base and stole his third. He
was left there, Dan retiring on a
foul ily and Meek at first. No
Second innings Parker and A.
Lucas both flied out to Meek while
Oat fanned the air three times in
fine style. Desha struck out. Lane
hit a fly which Fredenberg muffed
and took his Gist, got his second
and third on passed balls. Morris
was given his first on balls and his
second on a passed hall. Duke
hit a grounder to G. Lucas who
stopped the ball and threw lively to
Wodehouse, who put out Lane near
the home plate, and then threw to
first, the ball reaching there before
Duke. No runs.
Third innings Low hit between
first and secoud and retired. W.
Lucas sent a grounder to third which
Lane muffed and took his first, stole
second, to third on Wodehouse out
at first and crossed the plate on G.
Lucas' hit to Kaia which the latter
failed to stop. Wodehouse hit but
the ball reached first before he had
a chance to get into his stiidc. G.
Lucas hit to Kaia who muffed the
ball and he took his first, stole sec
ond, being left there, Whitney go
ing out on a fly. The Ilawaiis re
tired quickly, Thompson on strikes,
Rosa oil a fly, and Kaia at first.
Score: Honolulus 1, Ilawaiis 0.
Both sides failed to score in the
fourth. Fredenberg after making a
nice base hit to left field was put out
trying to steal second. Parker also
made a safe hit and was sent to
.second by A. Lucas. Oat hit to
Kaia who made a nice double play
putting out Parker aud A. Lucas
and ending the innings. Dau made
a safe hit to eentro field but retired
in an attempt to' steal second, Meek
was put out at first. Desha got in'
a safe hit to centre field, took his
second on a pitched ball which hit
Lane and stole third. He was left
there, as after Morris had been
given his base on balls, Duke flied
Fiftli innings Oat hit a fly to
Kaia which the latter muffed, took
his first and went to second on a
passed ball. Low Hied out to Mor
ris. W. Lucas did tio same and
Morris throwing quickly to second,
Oat, who had started for third, was
put out. Thompson and Rosa both
flied to Fredenberg nnd Kaia went
out on a foul fly. No runs.
In the sixth the Honolulus made
two runs, Wodehoase hit safely to
third nnd took his first, stole second,
coming liome.onG. Lucas' hit. Geo.
Lucas made a daisy hit to deep
right field which Rosa fumbled, and
beforo he could return the ball into
the infield, Lucas had-made the cir
cuit of the bases amid loud applause.
Low's gymnastic peifonnances at
this point were very fine. Whitney
and Fredenberg flied out and Park
er retiied on a foul fly. The Ila
waiis went outin one, two, three,
order; Dan and Desha on flies,
Meek being struck'out,
Seventh innings A. Lucas went
out on a foul fly and Oat at first,
Low got first on a baso hit to cen
tre and second on a passed ball. W.
Lucas was safe on Duke's muff of
his fly, sending Low to third, but
Wodehouse ended the innings by
going out at first. Lane and Mor
ris both flied out to Whitney, and
Duke went out on a hit to G, Lucas.
Eighth innings G. Lucas and
Fredenberg flied out and Whitney
retired at first. Thompson was out
on G. Lucas' assist, Hosa flied out,
Kaju made a lfase lit to left field
but Dan spoiled niatteis by flying
out. No runs.
Ninth innings Parker died at
first, A. Jicas was out on a foul lly
and Oat retired on a hit to Thomp
son. Meek struck out, Desha hit
for a single to left field, stole sec
ond, took third on Whitney's error,
hut was put out in mi attempt to
reach the home plate. Morris end
Pd tllP EfHIie by going out at first
Following is the full score of the
T. K. B.II. O. A. E.
Wodehouse, c II
i.ueas u., ss....
Lue.io, W, p....
33 5 27 13 4
T. II. 11.11. O. A. K.
G.lton. r.f 4
Kaia, i!b.."-'. .. 4
Dan, e -1
Meek, p...' t
Di'oliu. l.f I
Lane, :tb :!
Monls, c. f U
Duke, lb :i
Thompson, ss.. .. 3
...31 '0 5 27 14 8
By Innings 12 8 4 5 0 7 8 0
Honolulu 0 0 1 00 2,00 0 :i
Hawatls 000000000 0
Earned Runs -Honolulu", 1.
Two base hits Lucas, G., 1.
Double plays G. Lucas. oilehouc
and Parker, Thompson, Kaia and Dtike.
Sloirls and Knlii.
Bases on Balls Ily Lucas Y 2.
By Meek, 1.
Hit by Pitcher By Lucas ., 1.
Stiuck Out O.it, Bona, Meek 2,
Paseil Hal k By Wodehouse, 2: bv
Time of Gniiie--One hour anil twelve
Uiupties Geo. U. ltoaiilinan and W.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, July 13th :
Won. Lost. Pi,ayi:i
Hawaii". . . .
SALE OF SHARES.
At noon to-day Mr. Lewis J.
Levey held an important sale of
shares at his' salesrooms. The at
tendance was quite laigc.
Fifty shares of Olowalu Sugar
Company par value $100 were sold
to Hon. W. F. Allen at 9t.
Ten shares Hononni Sugar Com
pany par value 8100 sold to F. W.
Wuiidenberg at 81 17.50.
Six shares People's Ice and Re
frigerator Co.'s stock sold to W. W.
Hall at 800.
Next was offered 1000 shares of
the capital stock of tho Hawaiian
Tiamways Company, with the fol
lowing result :
Certificate No. 43 for 500 shares
sold to Hon. S. M. Damon on behalf
of a syndicate at S25.
No. 45 for 250 Hon. W. F. Allen
No. 48 for 100 Hon. II. P. Bald
win at 825.
No. 52 for 50 C. Bosse at 825.
No. 00 for 25 15. O. Macfarlane
C t foe 25 Hon. John Knn at
71 for 10 W. W. Hall at $25.
75 for 10 15. C. Macfarlane
No. 79 for 5 W.
No. 80 for 5 W,
Aylett at $25.
W. Hall at 825.
No. 81 for 5 Hon. J,
No. 82 for 5 Hon. J,
No. 83 for 5 Hon. J.
No. 81 for 5 15. C
Ena at 825.
Kua at $25.
I5na at $25.
WHAT is tho use of paying 70
cents, $1 and $1.25 for Boy's
Shirt Waists, when you can buy just as
good a Waist for only 31 cents and (50
cents, at Chos. J. Fishers Leading Willi,
ncry House. 2!tS St
TO purchase on one of the
Hawaiian Islands a
Tract of Land, 10,000 acres,
more or less. Leave oilers
with statement of price, sub:
S. 00," Bum,ktin Office. 287 lm
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Buddie, biidle.
- etc . thrown in to make
Apply at this office. 251 tf
Stables & Pasturage To Lot.
EXCELLENT Htables con
tabling lit Stalls, Cottage
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
bouth street, near King, formerly ocou.
pled by Mr, White, proprietor of tho
Palama Bus. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 23 Merchant street.
3 COTTAGES aud Premises
on Finina street, nt a rea.
sonnblo figure. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght's Block, Merchant St.
STORE TO LET
THE Storu lately occupied
by E. O. Itowe, Way's
Block, Kiiic strff t. at reasoa.
utile rental. Possession given at once.
168 tf J. G. ROTIIWKLL.
CONVENIENT Rooms for
business offices or lodg.
lug apartments on tho sepnnd
floor over tho fruit Etore on King street,
this city, "Globe Hotel Premises " In.
quire at the fruit store
t'O 13t AH CHEW.
iOK SALE or JLEAS12
OUBE nml PihuUcs at
Iwilei. Honolulu. House
nins, three largo ami two
small rooms anil hall and a laVge nttlc.
Cottaito with three rooms on tho pre.
mises; cook mrl biuli.lmilpo. Stable
witli three Flam nml can Inge house;
shndc nnd frull 'irrp on ill" p-i-nisca.
Apply to .1. M. MON-AUKAT,
Cartwrigfif!' H'OrU, .Mirchnnl&t.
IUUNiailED Rooms to let,
? southwest corner of
Punchbowl anil Beretania
streets, would be very convenient for a
small family. 25C Urn
3 LEU ANT Resilience In
It Pauoa Valley? known as
the "Booth Premise." Con.
tains large looms, parlor, dining and
four bed looms, chisels and modern im
provements nnd conveniences; out.
nousi's and piaturc. For further pniij.
Hilars .ipi'ltf In
.1. K. I1KOWA & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
X beautifully situated in
Waialua, Oalui, U. I., com
prising a large houo with 10 rooms,
l;itehcu, pautry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and n rich pasture of 0
acres within half a mile. Pure water is
brought to the hoii'-e and gioundsfrom
never tailing springs, the supply of
which can lie indefinitely ineruited in
quantity. .Theie 1b a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to tho
steam boat landing, less tlin.it half a
mile distant, wheto steamers fiom the
city touch three limes u w eek. The pic
tureMpio tcenoty, line clitnttc and un.
rivalled water privilege make this a
most desirable place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apnly to
J. A. MAGOON,
'257 tf Honolulu.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW CJutundcr Car
rlagc just finished
aud handsomely trimmed
in first class style must be immediately
sold to close an assignment, can lie seen
at W. II. Page's carriage manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the
cstato of A. Kaumu, di ceased, to present
the same to the undersigned executors,
within six months from tho date of thlB
notice or they will be forever barred.
E. II. BAILEY,
Wailuku, Maui, June 1, 188U. 272 lm
The Entire Plant of tlio
Is offered For Sile. The Machinery
is in perfect working order
and consist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair of Boilers 6x20,
1 Doublo Effect 6 and 7 foot Pant,
1 Vacuum Pan G feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clariflers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
iu a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
Cane Carts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will be given after next crop
has beau harvested, say about July 1,
tSTFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mil), Koliala. Hawaii
NOW IN PINE RUN
NING ORDER J
(Jomo out and take
An Exhilarating Ride
A Glorious Plungo !
Healtliiul 33atli !
LONG BRANCH I
tKJTQ ood accommodations and prompt
J. . SIIKItVl01,
208 tf . Proprietor.
Over 1,000- Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces, '
Also, Larp Lines of Lacs Trimmings -!
WILL HE CLOSED OUT AT AX
BSkS Immense R-ecliiotion 2b31'
Gieat Haigaina onii be obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17,
15 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance ol Our Splendid Stock will be
Sold during the Month ol June
AT -J25 - PER -GE&IT- BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CQ.i
101) FOKT STKKET. HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,
88 &. SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles g0 Latest Designs jrttAll Prices.
2230 tf O. J3.gMig"ll. Agent.
B. F. EHLEES & 00.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N. 1). On nnd after May
of our Dreemnuking ltoouii.
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Port .Streets.
& CO-Honolulu, II. I. ,
' Si ,
THAN EVER -a:
JOth. MISS CLAKK will have oWra