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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1889.
Stmr Kluau from Hawaii ami Maul
Sttiit-Iwnliiiil from llanvtkua
Slim- Llkellkil from Mnul
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
I uly 20
Stmr itllnuea-llou for Hawaii At 4 p m
, ; . (passengers.
Pet; MtnMfcltum. Ju.lv J0 From the
VoUiMioi ilOu A F Judd, Mia gueA
JttfliV Mailers! Jn nud Albeit .ludd, P
CJbues mid wife, Mlsi Alice Jones, VT
P Joue, Ml, 3 11 K Carter, Mlsq L Dick
Beii, Ur J b Pratt, C M Cooke, Mon
tague Cooke, I lurence ookc, II Lnu
try, Mlts Ate nndlew, Mrs Ferry, nnd
Miss Ferry. From way ports: J Nu
Wahl, A It Lobciisleln, Bro Joeph, O C
Akh'm, E K. Eldredge, G C Potter, Ar
Eckalt. wife and C children, W E How
ell, T J King, Geo a Iwccdlc, Chang
See and 09 deck.
From Maul per MUclike July 20 S B
Rose, A D Thomas, 0 edemuun, W
vim Uffel, J reircira, wife nnd daugh
ter, Airs Brown, W Smith, Bro TIioiuuh,
Kim Fan and 42 deck
For Sau Franeif eo from Ililo per brig
Lurllne, July 1 M h Waifel. Air Gitf
flth. rs Daley and daughter, Airs Go
etzu and daughter, Air Satiguiueltl aud
The Litelike brought July 20, 123
hides, and 00 pkgs Himdrles.
The Klnau brought July 20, 8S11 bags
Misjar, 109bhcep,"45 hug.s, 2 horses, 02
csks molasses, 1!) cs pine apples, 4 bis
wool, CO bags ginger, 15 bags peanuts,
711 pkgs hides, li'JO go.it skins, 200 bags
spuds, 18 b.igs corn, and 210 pkgs sun
MELA VPHY DAVIS At Kukulha
elc, llamakua, Jul 15. by the Kcv.
J. Moi timer Silver, Jolin Francis
Alelamphy to Isabel Margaret, el
dest daughter of S. E. I 'avis, i art
1'ark, Tuo Currugh, Kildare, Ire
laud. THIS EVENING'S SALE.
At 7 o'clock this evening Mr.
Lewis J. Levey will hold a grand
closing out sale at the store of Egun
& Co., Fort street. This is a chance
to obtain bargains in different lines
of goods that rarely occurs iu tBis
city. Every article m the store
niUBt be sold at any price.
Satuhday, July 20th.
Ah Ho, charged with violating
chapter 40 laws of 188C, by being
found on premises without lawful
excuse, was sentenced to one month's
Henry and Kalili had each to pay
the usual amount for drunkenness.
SUPREME G0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE BICKEUTON, J.
Sa.tukdat, July 20th.
Iii equity. Valdempi Knudsen
vs. Board of Education. Bill to
hare a royal patent declared void
nnd for injunction. Return day.
Demurrer of defendant argued and
submitted. A. S. Hartwell for peti
tioner ; Attorney-General Ashford
In the matter of the estate of J.
Hamauku. Petition of S. M. Da
mon, administrator, for approval of
accounts and discharge. Partly
heard and continued till next Fri
day. "W. O. Smith for petitioner;
A. Rosa opposing petition.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BKKOKE It 'CULLY J.
Friday, July 19th.
The King vs. C. Ah Fat. Perjury.
Tried before a foreign jury who dis
agree. A. Rosa for defendant.
Saturday, July 20.
The King vs. Ah Kee. Larceny
of Government coal. Appeal from
Police Court. Tried before a for
eign jury who return a verdict of
not guilty. Paul Neumann for de
fendant. Alniira M. Kahannnui vs. B. II.
Kuhananui. Divorce. Plaintiff's
motion for alimony and counsel fees.
The Court said it doubted its author
ity to order that any moneys de
fendant had in court be paid for ali
mony and counsel fees, and there
fore refused to order that the
judgment in the case of Kahananui
vs. Ashfoid be paid to plaintiff for
allidony nnd counsel fees. The
Court further said that upon the
alfldavits and in view of the eiicu in
stances which have transpired since
the Mine of the suit and which arc
well known to the Court, the motion
to rescind all orders of the Court
for alimony and counsel fees is
granted nnd the motion for alimony
and counsel fees is refused. V. V.
Ashford for plaiutiff; A. Rosa for
Kamairani (w) vs. Lono (k). Di
vorce. Granted. W. O. Smith for
J. Kanoho (k) vs. Kcaloha Ka
noho (w). Divorce on the grounds
of adultery and desertion. Divorce
It is estimated that there arc
four thousand co-operative savings
and loan associations in the United
States, that their accumulations of
property represent $300,000,000,
and that the amount which will be
paid to them this year in tho form
of dues alone will exceed 905,000,-000,
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
A odnd carriage horn it wanted.
, Lots of good things nt tho Elite
No concert at Emma Square (his
Tub Supremo Court will eit in
banco on Monday.
The band will play at the lijhcball
match this afternoon.
Theiu: wero no female witnesses in
tho pool Belling case.
TilEnc will bo no blue libbon enter
tainment this evening.
There was a large picnic at Cocoa
nut island, Hilo, last Wednesday.
The Kilauca Hon look n number
of lepers to Molokai this morning.
Monday is the eighteenth anni
vcrsary of the birth of tho Emperor
There were nine applications on
file up to this morning for 332 elec
Cavt. Clarke and olliccrs of II. .11.
M. S. Espiegle wero at tho Volcano
house, July lOtn.
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Mu. Geo. C. I'otter, tho new secre
tary of the Board of Health, arrived
from Maui this morning.
Engine Co. No. 1 will have a drill
at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon at the
corner of Queen and Fort streets.
The Jones-Judd-Carter party re
turned from their trip to the Vol
cano this morning, having had a fino
The Rev. Dr. E. G. Bcckwith,
pastor of the Central Union Church,
will enjoy a vacation of five or six
The barkenlino S. N. Castlo sails
for San Fiancisco on Tuesday.
Messrs. Caslle & Cooko aro tho
Theiu: has been rain at Kipahulu
and liana, Maui, but none in the
other districts. This puts planting
Coi.. M. Thompson has surrender
ed his license to praclibe in the
Courts of this Kingdom dated Nov.
. Mn. A. L. Smith is getting better
and able to bo around ut business.
Gus hopes to take a'tiip to tho Vol
cano ere long.
The biennial meeting of the
Queen's Hospital will be held on
Monday next tho 22d, at 11 o'clock
a. m., ut the Chamber of Commerce.
The Kinau sails on Tuesday the
23d, at 2 p. in., for Maui and Hawaii.
She returns on Sunday the 28th, on
account of going on the Marine Rail
way. The scrvicos iu the Central Union
Church to-morrow will be conducted
by the Rev. "W. D. Wester
velt. In tho evening there will bo a
sermon for young people.
Tlis Kinau arrived early this
morning from windward with 37
cabin and G9 deck passengers and
nearly nine thousand bags of sugar.
Purser Bocklay reports fine weather.
In another column will bo found
an advertisement giving the time
table for the running of tho tram
cars on Sunday, on tho Bcretania,
Nuuaim and King street lines. Those
portions who attend church will see
that cars are specially provided for
The weather is so dry in Kau, Ha
waii, that tho cane crops are suffer
ing. The loss of sugar on the Palmla
plantation alone, from the drought
will probably bo in the neighborhood
of fi00 tons, and that mens somo
money now-a-days. So says tho Hilo
The net proceeds of tho salo of
work held by the St. Andrew's Cathe
dral Sewing Society on the lGtli inst.,
amount to 1240.75. In addition to
this the Society has made by its
work in the Ust two years and a half
over $200 which is ordoposit in tho
Poktal Savings Bank. The wholo
amount will bo paid to tho Trustee
for tho reduction of the Cathedral
The complimentary concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel last uvening, to Iho
Captain and ofliccra of the U. S. S.
Adams was a very successful affair.
The programme of music was finely
played by lhe band. Tho front of
tho building was illuminated with
colored lanterns, and Manager Lewis
was aeriduous in his attention (o
thoso who attended. After the
concert there was a danco in the
OPIUM SEIZURE ON MAUI.
Mr. W. J. Sheldon, Port Surveyor
ut Kahului, made two seizures of
opium at that place on Wednesday.
One was a case marked C. Camara,
which contained 20 tins of opium.
No one has claimed it. Tho other
was a case of beer diiected to J. F.
Noble, Paia, in which was found 50
tins. Mr. Noble claimed ho knew
nothing about the opium.
A letter from the Volcano House
to the Wilder's Steamship Company
dated July 1-Ub, btatCB that the cra
ter is quito active Tho tempera
ture for the week was highest 70,
lowest 58. It rained once during
tho week. Between July 10th aud
14th forty-oiio visitors registered at
th Volcano house.
Hlfty tins of opium vrera ecited
at Pain on Thursday this week,
A Portuguese child was badly
burnt a couple of days ngo. Her
clothing look Are by accident, and
instead of quenching the flames, the
clothing was torn off her, with the
result as above stated. Tlicro is
hope of recovery.
Thu burglars in Mnknwao district
have not been seen or heard of
lately. They have left shoes, a
knife, and a hat with a Chinese
name in it. The wonderful institu
tion called Police docs not consider
these things clews enough to ferret
out the robbers.
The roads are put in fine shape
all over, but, owing to the long spell
of dry weather, very dusty.
Rain is very much needed, and
the plantations have not been able
to start planting yet.
IIcic in Kahului everything Is
quiet, the only excitement is when
the Likelike is in port.
Mr. Tho.mas arrived back from a
trip up in country, nnd reports that
he has done good business for the
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New
Kahului, July 19th.
THE LETTER WAS LONC'lH COMINC.
Just like a man 1 November 2G,
18G4, Mrs. Hodges of St. Louis
mailed a letter lo her husband, who
was with Sherman's army. On
reaching his regiment the letter was
given to Captain Bixby to be de
livered to Mr. Hodges. The Captain
naturally put it in his pocket. Two
weeks ngo he found it in the same
pocket of lhe same coat, yellow and
dingy with twenty-live years' in
carceration, but otherwise all right.
Ho immediately mailed it, and Mr.
Hodges received it in St. Louis, the
city from which it originally started.
The news was a little old, but the
family enjoyed reading it. Wash
The word par comes from the La
tin par, meaning "equal"; the par
value of a stock is a value equal to
its original full value.
The most appalling inundation
ever known in Europe or America
was the general one in Holland in
1530, when the dikes gave way,
and, according to the estimates,
about four hundred thousand people
Europe has 129,129 miles of rail
road. Austria-Hungary leads with
45,343 miles, and Germany is sec
ond with 24,573. France is third
with 21,250 miles, Great Britain
fouith with 19.G74, and Russia
stands fifth with 17,710 miles.
The Brooklyn Bridge was opened
six years ago. During the six years
21,369,935 persons have walked
across the structure, and 125,138,
59 1 passengers have gone over on
the cars. The total receipts have
The oldest wine in America is
some Madeira of the famous "All
Saints' " vintage, brought into Sa
vannah, Ga., in 1791, 92 and '93,
when that town was the centre of
wine importing for America. One
hundred dollars a bottle has been
offered to and refused by the pre
EXTRA Fine Fruit and
Cream Pies, Cresm
fj iUph uiiil nil kind nf
kMONOLOLU v ,,, ,,...., ,. , ,,,..,
A' ilUOJ L tObl r J I ('Oil b UUJ
at the "Elite" 103 It
'"PO purcha-o on one of the
1 Hawaiian Islands a
Tract of Land, 10(00 acres-,
more or li-h-. Ltave oners
with ftntrmi-til of price, nib:
"A. & Oil," IlULLKTlN Office. 2S" lm
PIANO FOIt SALE.
ONE Fine Wuber I'iuno in good
order, will he colli at a riMnnuhli
price, can he seen at my residence, No
"J17 I'ott street utar School
302 1 M. GREEN.
PASTURE for HOUSE
T ITalokou, Kuneulin, Koolaiipoko,
W.i ncn's ol gooil piwuro land, all
tuln-ed plenty of water. Apply to
Charles I Iliiatii, nt the Kind's St utile.,
Honolulu, or at Halekoii. feb-28 KP.ly
Arrive at Honolulu:
Australia July 20
Alameda August 3
Australia August 23
Mariposa August 31
Australia Soptember 20
Zealandia Soptember 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 20
Australia Novembor 15
Mariposa July 27
Australia August 2
Zcalandia Augubt 21
Australia AtigUBt 30
Alameda , September 21
Australia .Septomber 27
Mariposa, .,,. ..October 19
Australia Ootober 25
Zealandia .November 16
' Australia. November 22
. Alameda , . ... .December 14
I 218 tf
Oceanic Susi Compy.
m-om Ota Jlilo Ucconl July 1C.J
From private advices It is learned
that a company is btlng formed in
San Francisco to put on the Hilo
route a fast sailing boat with auxil
iary stcnin power to uiRko quick
trips lo S. F. and back.
A large shipment of pine apples
was sent to San Francisco by the
Lurline July Uth.
Our liarbor.has been enlivened by
the arrival of II. B. M. S. Espiegle.
By the Kinau, one of our fellow
townsmen received a "valuable im
portation" and uc understand takes
her to his heart to-day.
We hear Hint a party is about to
be organized lo go to tho top of
Mauna Loa by wa1 ol' Hilo. Prof.
A. B. Lyons is to head the party.
The social at the residence" of
Mrs. Loebenstein,ou Friday evening
of last weekf passed off very plea
santly, a larger number than usual
meeting in social intercourse there.
The verandas wcre'gay with colored
lanterns and the bright moon looked
in through the tree tops on to a jolly
crowd of young ladies and gents,
gathered on the veranda. Some ex
cellent mu3ic was rendered and re
freshments were served.
Just as we erc going to press an
alarm of lire was heard. It proved
to be in Dr. Noda's shop and orig
inated in a mixing of chemicals. No
damage of consequence.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Loyoy.
Saturday Night, July 20, '89,
AT 7 O'Cl.OUIt MHAKP,
Egan & Co.'s Store
BfiyEvery Article Mint beSold.-a
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
804 2t . Auctioneer.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
Saturday, July 20th..
TWO Relief Curs will await the tcr
minntion' of the bnsobr.ll game on
Sunday, July 21st.
BERETANIA STJREET LINE.
The first Car will lenve Oahu College
at 0:22 a. m.. then half-hourly till 11:62
and hourly till lust car at 7:52 p. in. A
Cur will nlBO leave Punalioit street at
0:25 p. in.
The first Car froflT Nuuaim street at
9:52 a. in., and hnlf.hourly till 1:22,
then hourly till 7:22; last Cars 8:35 and
8:52 p. in.
First Car from Ksplanado nt7:57a.
m., und hourly till 7:i7 p. in.
Two Cum will leave coiner of Fort
and Hcrctunia streets at 12:it) p. iu. nnd
8:10 p. m., ono via Nuuanu nnd ono via
Fort street to Pnuon.
The first Car from Pauoa at 8:20 a. m.
and hourly till lost C.ir ut 8:20 p.m.,
also at 12:U5, 12:43 and 0.00 p. m.
K1XG STREET LINE.
The quarterly service to Ilillo ltange
will run us on last Sunday, commencing
at 12:43 from Rifle Range, and 1:1ft
from Liliha s-trcot nu I 7sl.'S p. in., after
whic the service mil bu lialMiourlv as
usual. :ifi4 it
A FEW barrels of the above Just re
reived per S. N. Castle, for hilo by
SOt 2w CASTLE & COOKE.
IN a desirable locality a
Furnl.ihrd Uoiihc; alto
adjoining hut disconnected 5
und hath, niltalile for a smull
Aildrcs "X," Uuu.KTiK Otllce
FAT BEEF CATTLE.
NE Hundred Head of
Fat Bleern for fale, at
Islutid of Hawaii,
DURING my abBenco from the King
dom, Mr. Nngarnn Femnndiz,
v. 1 1 Ii If M Tinfoil V.-n . will unt for inn
' tttwlitt full iiaii nr nt nllnmnv
uuuut wi I'unvi ui mh'miii v
Honolulu, July C, IH8". 201 2w
17R0M and aHer thlB date I hereby
? authorize Mr Frank 11 A.ucrb&ch,
28 Merchant street, to collect anil settle
all accounts duo to nnd br me.
D. PAUL ISENBKKG.
Honolulu, July I, 1880. 300 lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
1 lid columns, purely local mutter
Mailed t - foreign countclon. $5 per
NIOHT SALE !
BricKs For Sals (iau !
John P. Colburn & Co.,
TO LET or LEASE
Mat ft rIMIE l'icinie, corner of
xEI3Ml JL (Jiiuc:i and I'uuchbowl
1SS9k stteetn, fonncily occupied by
E. H. ltyau nnd Capt. Cluuey. Parti-
c libra npply to
301 lw JOHN F. CULI1URN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
etc.. thrown In to make
a Imrmiln. Apply at this olllce. 251 tf
I7URNISHED Rooms to lot,
finiiilnvcst comer of
l'liiiclihowl nnd lleretiinia
streets would ho eiy convenient for n
small family. 255 Cm
IONVKNIENT Rooms for
' business offices or lodtt.
Ing apartments ou tho second
lluorovir the fruit store on Kinp street,
thiB city, "Globe Hotel Premises" In.
quire nt thu fruit store.
SWHSt All CHEW.
All Evening School
Conducted by A. V. GEAR, A. ft.
rpiIIS School furnisher a thorough nnd
X. practical intellectual trniniug for
young men desirous of bccomini; accu.
rate and rapid accountants; of attaiuing
n plain nnd ready businias bund; of
gaining a correct u-c of tho English
language and of acquit lug caec of ex.
preaslon therein. It meets Mondays,
rue-davs, Thursdays and Fridays und
continue in session from seven to nine
r or further information, address P. O.
Box 401, or call ut No. 2 Emma Squuro
Note to Policy Holte
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States.
YOU are respectfully requested in
case any statements are mado by
agents of other companies against tbe
Kquilable tr its methods, to lay the
matter promptly bafntu
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
281 tf Geneial Agent for Haw. Is.
Borders & Decorations,
A. X-iivrnro X,ot !
Iatoat fcStyloB I
Just; Kocclved I
And for enlo at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Assets, : : $95,000,000.00
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every age, on every premium
table, aud iu every year, tho AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontino Policies
of the New York Life Insuranco Co.
have been LAKGEH than Uioko OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing
For particulars apply to
C. . It KItGF.lt.
Gcu'l Agent Hawaiian Itdunds.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paaciiau Plantation, )
Hawaii, March U, 18S8 ( '
It!mlou iron A Locomotive WorliH
Gki.ti.kmen: Wo have used two of
your 30'Chambored Flltor Pnsset this
season. They are convenient, eafcily
handled and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Blgned) A. 'MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Presses are made extra heavy
for hieh prcsHia-ii, occupies a lloor
sparo 11 feet by 4 feet, and prevents a
filtering Burfacc of 240 squire feet.
A limited number iu ttneU In Hono
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
Ultdon Iron & Loco, Works.
tSfFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. S tipreekcU' Ulock,
SSG0 tf W. O, Irwin & Co Agent
MfWffMitJ''am'ul ymrwym.t'.!-!' jmy j'j.;
" TEMPLE 6F FASHION
Over 1,000 Pieces .of White A Fancy Embroideries,
Torehoiig Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Lane Lines of Lace Tiiiings !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
8f3r ImmeiiHe liecliiction SJJ
Great Bargains can be obtained by calling at tho Temple of Fashion for the
The Sals will Commence Monday, June 17.
0-8 IIcol it Spring Heel
8-10J Heel & Spring Heel
11-13 Heel & Spring Heel
i Heel & Spring Heel
Ladies! Have You
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
SST- ALL THE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101 FOltT STIIEUT. HONOLULU.
B. F. EILEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
0- N, U. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Kooms,
& FOltT STREETS.
iMiwrr - - jiv.,'-?""'7T
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
. .H 50
. . $1 75
Company, Hotel Street.
Seen the Latest?
GO EAST. $
15th, MISS OLA1UC will have obarra
" 1761 ly
. .iAa t ,
MUMdbteahl v, $&",