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DAILY BTJLLETIl?: HONOLULU, S. I., OCTOBER 10, 1889.
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PMfvd to neither Sect nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1889.
Sttar KHauea. Boh from HamnkuA
Stmr J A Cummln.9 from KooIaci -llktni
Discovery from Snn FrancUco
Ilk Ida from Pugtt Souml
aim bkt W H Dlmond, Drew, for San
Stmr Walmanalo for Walanae and Wnl-
aluu nt 9 a tn
S S City of Peking for Sau Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall for l.nhalnn, Maalnea,
Kona. Kau unil the Yoleauo at 10
o'clock a m
Sum lvva'atil for I.nhaina ami Ilmna-
kua at 2 p in
Stmr KnuU for Wniiinnc, Wiitultia and
Koolau at 0 a m
Nor bk Tlior for Puget Sfnmd
Schr ilol Wahlne for Uiiiiiukti.i
For .sun FiancKco per S s eitv of Po
kins. Oct 10 Thus C. Grlbble, vvlfo ami
child, .1 S Emerson. Win Ko. V S
Chaplain, Jno Brudle, Clms Deuner, I.
Haya,;i nonage ami 4 passengers In
'lhebaik Ida came into poll this noon
iun. leaking condition. She left Pugct
Sound about 57 days ago, for some South
American port, but v.is "obliged to put
In heiefor lepahs. The Ida isaaclioicd
in the sticiim and bci pumps are con
stant! v at work.
ThebMnoW II Dlmond silled this
aftci nooon for Sail Francisco with 2,P30
bags rice valued at $14,0.11.
The bktnc Discovery ai rived to-day
ttom San Franctco via Mahukoiin. r-h'e
was by. days to Mabukona, and after
landing live -took there left for here
The stmrPcle bi ought yoVerday ."8
head cattle fioui Konu.
The baik Miral landed tho lat of the
twelve Blake pumps yesteidy after
noon at the Kinau wharf.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Have you seen the elephants?
A notice to tho membeie of the
Honolulu Rifles battalion appears
The quarterly meeting of the PrcfaS
Publishing Co. will be held on Tues
A lahgk sale of stocks will be held
by Mr. Morgan, Nov. 2, as elsewhere
Thk mail by tho S. S. City of Pe
king cfosed at .2 o'olock. She vv.ie. to
have sailed at 3 this afternoon.
Mi;. J. F. Morgan will hold a sale
of Government bonds and other
stocks at his saleaioom November 2d.
There will be aspecial meeting of
the stockholders of the Mutual Tele
phone Co. on the 17th inst., at 11
The Hawaiian Tramway Com
pany hna a notice elsewhere respect
ing extra cars foi the ciieuH and
Mil. II. F. Haxton, n spccinl cot
tevpondent of the San Francinco l"x
nminer, was a thiough piwungei on
the City of Peking.
A hand concert compliuienlaiy to
His Excellency J. L. SteveiiK, V. H.
Minister Resident, and family, will
he given at the Hotel to-morrow
Tiik legular monthly meeting of
the Hawaiian Camera Club will be
haldat the 100ms lo-moirovv ovoning,
when important busiue'-H will be con
sidered. The Japan Gazette says H. K. the
Hawaiian Miuistei, Mr, Irwin, has
Hiibscrihed $75 tq the Nichi Nichi
Hbimbuu newspaper's relief 'mud for
tho sufl'ererb by the recent iloods.
EntvAUD Louis was lined $C this
morning for drunkenness, and sent
oiicedto impmonment at hard labor
one month and pay $10 fine and $1
costs for escape from rusttxly of an
Tm: Hawaiian Quintette Club gave
vocal alid iiiHtruinental concert at
the Hotel hiHt evening, which was
much enjoyed by th" through pao
Mengers 011 tho City of Poking. The
Prince and Princess do Houiboii list
ened attentively to the mimic from
one of the Hotel cottage..
TlUB evening theio will he bat
talion drill at tho Makiki Ginuuds in
which the Honolulu Itillc.s and the
rnen fiom the American war vessels in
port will participate. Prince and Prin
C3SR d Hourhon and suite and other
tl stinguislied.peonh will be piesent.
There 'is miro to bo n large attend
ance, Tin; Japanese emigrants on the
Yamaifhiro Mam, lately hi rived here,
were so moved by the bight of Hom
ing wreckage of houses, furniture,
utc, botween Kobe and Yokohama,
from the district of Wiikayama-kcii,
that flOO'waa quickly collected fiom
amongst them and the ciew in aid of
the fund for tho bufl'erers in thu ken.
Makoei, Canibh and wifo of Ka
.awaloa, Konn, were prostcuted for
filing liquor without license before
Jiibtico Jlolale at Hookenu, The
husband was convicted and fined
$100 and coetf. Messrs, Kcliiko.i,
iNahJnti and Waha appeared foi 'de
fense, vihilo 1epUty Sheriff Laznro,
aueistcd by Dr. Mok, coiiducied tho
Couet.vs, tho peerless rider who
was hero, with Woodyonr, is in Cliia
rini's circus, aho his clcvm boy.
Tlicy are alone worth going to scu.
One of tho handy jnon nttachod to
tho' circus was kicked on thu log by
ono of tho hones thin aflornoon and
doubled up by tho pain, though lor-'
tunatcly no bono was broken Tho
horse, n fine looking eon el, is a cele
brated kickei, and when ho got looso
many of th spectators put tho fence
between theraaelvei tid the perform
1 1. ii
UlilARiNt's circus and equipment
were landed last night. The animals
were taken to Mr.F. Kustacc' stable
on Queen street this morning. They
attracted largo crowds, the two huge
elephant and the Brahmin bull
coming in Tor tho greatest share of
curiosity. An elevated ring of deals
ha3 been built on the market site for
the circus exhibition. Look out for
announcement of opening in to-morrow
Mn. V. Ross, for some lime purser
of the 'tcamer Mikahalaof the Intcr-1-iland
Steam Navigation Company,
leaves fot San Fiancisco on thu S. S.
Citj of Peking this afternoon. Mr.
Pons was taken by sui prise last eve
ning, by the employees of the I. I. S.
N. Co., who eapttuod the purser at
his lesidenceand piescnted him with
a purse filled with gold. Mr. Ross
returns to Honolulu, but not ulone.
Mn. Justice Dolo ycstciday filed
liis decision on the defendants' de
murrers urguedjpn the 2nd instant,
in tho equity ca"Sch of the Hawaiian
Government vs. respectively Bishop
ii. Co. and Claus Spicekelsit Co. The
decision allows the demuner. The
question involved in the suits relates
to the taxation of bank deposits not
icturned by depositois. Mr Whiting
appealed foi. tlio Goveinment and
Mi. Hatch for the banks.
THE ROYAL VISITORS.
As stated yesterday their Itoyal
Highnesses Prince and Princess
Henri de Bourbon, traveling incog
nito as the Count anu Countess
Baidi, arrived from Yokohama in
the S. S. City of Peking. Mr. H.
F. Glade, Austrian Consul, met
them with the tug Eleu at the
steamer and conveyed them ashoic.
They were received at the landing
by Mr. James AV. Robcitson, H.
M.'s Vice-Uhamberlain, under in
struction of the ChamberlAin, Col.
G. AV. Macfarlane, at His Majesty's
desire, and driven in the Queen's
private eaniage to the Hawaiian
Hotel, where quarters had been as
signed their Royal Highnesses and
suite. The latter consists of llar
oness Hertling, Count Zileri, Count
Lncchesi, and Baron Heydebrand.
Shortly after their arrival the
royal party were waited on by Col.
Macfarluup, who informed them of
His Majesty's absence and delivered
a message from the King regarding
his wishes toward them. II. M.'1
Vice-Chamberlain had bcon detailed
to be in attendance on them during
their stay in the kingdom. Her
Majesty would receive them at lo
lani Palace next morning in con
junction with the royal family. His
Majesty also directed the Chamber
lain to state that it would give him
great pleasure to meet them at his
residence in Kailua if they intended
to vhit the Volcano, and he would
accompany them as far as Kaiiua on
their way. They at once decided to
make the trip to the Volcano and
will start for there by the steamer
W. G. Hail at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, returning to town next
week. The Royal Hawaiian band
will plaj at the wharf on their de
parture. The distinguished paity spent the
evening quietly at the Hawaiian
Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Glade and
the Chamberlain and Vice-Chamber
lain were in attendance. By order
of the Queeu the Hawaiian Quintet
Club serenaded tho party on the
hotel giounds. The Prince and
Princess were particularly charmed
with the singing of the boys, saying
it was the finest music tbey had
heard since leaving Europe.
At 1 1 o'clock this morning the
rciyal party were accorded a recep
tion by Her Majesty in the blue
loom of the Palace. The Queen
was attended by Mrs. J. W. Robert
son, lauy in waning, anu l'riucess
Liliuokalani by Miss Coney and Mrs.
V. II. Aldrich. Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn, and Prince David Kawnuana
koa were present. Hon, 'John 0.
Dominis was prevented by illnebs
from attending. Col. Macfarlane
met Mr. Glade at t!eo steps with tho
royal party, who were attended by
Mr. Robertson, and presented the
Consul, their Royal Highnesses and
suite to Her Majesty Queen Kapio
Inui and H.R.H, the Heir Apparent,
Piincess Liliuokalani. The royal
Btaff oflleeis were in attendance in
the main hall of the palace.
At noon their Excellencies Jona
than Austin, Minister of For
eign Affairs, and S M. Damon,
Minister of Finance paid their
respects lo the royal party.
Her Majesty and Princess Lili
uokalani returned the visit of the
party nt 2 o'clock this afternoon.
During the afternoon under the con
diictoishlp of Mr. Gbdo they drive
to tho Pali.
On the return of the visitors from
the Volcano the Queen will tender
them a dance at the palace. Consul
Glade will entertain them at a lilau
at Mr, Paul Jsenberg's residence,
Wnialuo. A hand concert will ho
given in their honor. Other enter
tainments are being planned. The
royal party will leave for San Fran
cisco by the steamer Australia on
Hie 25th inet,, which will give them
a full week hero after their return
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Regular JJash Sale!
TO-MORROW, Oct. iitlu
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
At my Salesroom, Quctu ntreel, I will
sell nt Public Auction for nc-
count of undetwriteM
60 pes Peabody Brown Cottons,
17 dm Canton Flannel Uadorthlrtc,
19 doz Canlon Flannel Drawers,
Also, for account of whom It inny
18 HAWAIIAN DIRECTORIES,
30 San Franci-oo Dircotorios,
Furniture, Groceries, &c
874 It Auoiloneer
AND OTHER STOCKS !
BY order of W L GREEN and Aixx.
YOUNG, Fxecutors of the lata
will and testament of Simon Hiirdostle,
dtc-ased, I am directed to sell at Public
Auction at my Kulearoom ou Queen
street, in Honolulu, ,
Oh SATURDAY, Nov. 2nd,
AT IK O'CLOCK XOOW
36 - SHARES - 36
Of tho Capital Stock of the
Par Value $100 a Share.
20 - SHARES - 20
Of the Capital Stock of the
Par Value $50 Each.
11 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $'00 each benriug 0 percent per
nnmim free of tuxes.
3 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $1,000 ench bearing 0 percent per
nuniim free of tuxes.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
EXTRA CARS FOR CIRCUS.
AFTERNOONS, for Cirru Lenv
It ilu Kingo ':07j leave Pauoa a:2? ,
From liio Cirtu Leive corner of Fori
find Kin;: FtrteM, for Rifle liange
B:81, or btfoie If uecestary.
Lenva Circus for Phuo-v 5:30, or before
EVKN1NG3, for rircns Leave Wni.
k k 'M7. Rifle Range 0:55, Rifle
Range 7.27, Pauo i 7. 17.
Fiom Ciicua, at hour of closing A Ct.r
lor I alainn, lor Wulkiki,.for Pauon.
On end nfto October lOtli the isue
o' -tudcntb' tickets will cease. The
students' cars will ontiuuo running at
thu uuul time: 7:38 a m. fiom i'uua
hou street; 8:S3 from 1'auo; 8.00 from
Ofthu College and P.iuna Vallty; 1:58
for Oahu College, huving there at 2:80
and the Valley at 3:12 The aencra
public will ho u) loui'd to udb them on
payment of the usual fare.
L. H. PAIN,
374 It Manager.
A STRICTLY Sober Young Man who
can mako himeclf .generally usu
ful. German preferred. Applv tn
Pioneer Candy Factory & btciun Ho.
kcry. " b7J If
VEUY Fine Harwood Guitar will
bo sold on nccount of dennrturo.
Inquiro of P. J. Chupmuu, ut Hollisttir
& Co.'fl, before Thursday. Oct. 10th.
THE annual meeting of tho Hnnokna
Pupiir Company vvill bo held on
WEDNESDAY, this lfiih inet., at 10
o'clook a. !., 8t tho ofllcc of P. A.
Bchaefer & Co. Per order.
371 td Secretary.
nnnual meeting of tho Cioiflo
mar Mill will be held on
THURSDAY, tho 17th InBt, at 10
o'cloil; a. m., ut the office of P. A.
Sihufer & Co. Per order
U71 Id becrcltiry,
NEITHER tho cant'iin nor the agents
of tlm Urltl-th bark "Utinca" will
be responib e for nuy dihls contracted
by the olfi-or or or w while In tort.
P. A. SCHAEKER & CO.,
873 .It Amuu hark "IJmca,"
NOTICE of M BETING .
A .SPECIAL meeting of-tho Honrd of
Triibteen ot the (Juee'ti Ho.pltal
will be In hi ut thu renin of the Chnmber
of Commeree, on BAT UIU'AY, the 12th
Ooiobir. 1881, for U'o puipoBu ol acting
upon it proposal nmcndnuiit lo the By.
Laws (it thu Queen's Hospital Corpora
lion, Per oidoi
F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, Bept, 7, 1989. W td
Trained: : Anials !
Tho Greatest Travelled & Best
known Show In the Woild.
Will shoitiv airivo fiom Japan per
P. M. S. 8. "City of Peking," after a
10 Years' Tour around the World, and
Open for a Short Season
About Oct. 6 2th.
SIGNOR GUISEPPE CHIARINI,
Sole Proprietor & Director.
Secretary & Treasurer.
A GALAXY OF
32 AREMIO ARTISTS
From the Leading Circuses and
Hippodromes in Euro o
Beautiful & Accomplished Ladles In
Unequalled Feats of Equestri
anism and Daring,
Intrepid Acrobats, Leapcrs,
Vaulters, and tho Fun
niest of Clowns.
Trained Horses Ponies,
Arabians, Andalusians, American &
English and Blond HorseB &
Ponies from nil Climes
JiiMiers & Aerials
Performing Elephants !
Educated Donkeys !
Riding Monkeys !
Performances Every Evening,
Doors Open at 7. PeiTuunuueo com
mences at H o'clock fihar).
Afternoon Performances Every
Wednesday & Saturday.
Ioors Opeu nt ft. I'errominuco com
mences at U o'clock.
PRICES i f ADMISSION:
Boxes (0 Chnirs) . . $0 00
Filnglo Chains in Bos . . 2 00
Dress Circle, Chairs ... 1 00
2d OhiBS, Caipeted Seats 75
3d Clans, Gallery 00
1087 Child re n under 9 years of ago
HALF PRICE to all parts except
"Tickets may lie had and Boxes
Feeured daily fiom 8 a.m. to 6 o'clook
r. m at Lewis J. Levey's Auction
Room, and ut tho Ticket ODico of tho
BOX 1'IiAX NOW OPfSN I
CHAS. DEIMR, : General Agent.
Is iMtuiiiRti now form of iiiMiinneo which provides, in tin- rvent of death, for a return of nil premiums! paid in ad
dition to tho amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of yenra, the Company will
return all the premiums paid wllli'lnli'iem ; or. insteml of mwiiinj: the policy and profits in cash the lecal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL KXAM1KATIUN and Vv I'l IIOU'I ITKTHER PAYMKN I' OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieii thereof the nmount of policy and piolits in FULLY PAID UP liuuniueo, paiticlpatlng annually in dividends.
r, tliis contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company. in the UniteU"9tate8, and'the-Lar-Institution
iu the Woild, its assets exceeding One Hundred uflRl rventySix Millions of Dollars.
BST For full particulars call on or
S3 30 DAY:
Our Entire Stock nt a Sacrifice I Not a Few Special Reductions, but a Clean Sweep
in Every Department!
Commencing TUESDAY, Sept. 17th, our entire t-tock of Seafonahle Good will ho offered at priccB that must attract
immtdi.ito attention. Wo need moie. lowu to properly display our Duiopean pmehases now on tho vvav, and have
reolved, that our present btock MUST GO. Cobt has not been cont-idcrcdl Piices lmvo been miirkid on the Goods
TO SUIT YOU, not Ub I Wo are bound to keep trade lively! Visit our establishment, uote tho prices, aud you
think so too.
700 pea Perthshiie Lawns, 20 yds
Exti a Fine Victoria Lawn, 12Jc per
Striped & Plain Nainsooks from 121c
200 pes of Col. Linen Lr.wns from $2
1G0 doz of Ladies Col. Bord. Hand-
kerchieft, 50c per doz.
Ladies Balbiiggan Vests, good qua
lity, 50c each.
Ladies Ribbed Vests, good quality,
Childrens Jersey Vests, extra good,
White Linen Napkinn, Co (bmall
HOSIERY ! .
No use to quoto prices, varioty too large, have been selling cheap, hut present
uuuio in huh uuparimeni win also sutler tins
G- SEE OUK WINDOW DISPLAY -a e- SE3B3 OUR
12 yds WHITE COTTON, good quality, 1 yd wide for $1. 15
goou quality, 1 yd wide for $1.
aP-Our stock of MILLINERY is tho finest in thin Kingdom. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White, Black, Orecn
and Blown. 314 MEN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED FROCK COATS, extra good quality, former price &20, $22.50 and
$25; wo will sell during this sala at $10 EACH. .
MRS. MONROB, ladles' nurse, has
removed to No. 8, Kukul lane
FURNISHED Rooms to let.
southwest corner of
Punchbowl and lleretdnia
streets, would bo vciy couvonleni for n
small family. 255 Cm
XJ Mr. ftclmomchnolder,
LATi: Residence of
Mr. Fianh Drown,
Mr. Jamos Lovo,
T ATE ReHldenco of ,
XJ Mr. M. Oreon,
310 Port street.
STORE, Etc , now orenpiod by
Mr. Wolla, Grocer,
toST Apply to
A. J. OARTWH1GHT,
809 tf Merohant street.
of new "srorsic
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
White Linen Napkins, with col. hor.
and fiingcd, (cstr.i good) 10c.
Ladies Jo.umtle Parabola, just the
thing for here.
Ladies Col Paiubols with laces, 75c,
146 doz. Childiens White Straw H.its,
fDgy-We expect to fell this entire
lot of Hats within a few days, you
will have to buy a few when you see
82 pes Englobcrt, part wool, Dress
Goodt, dm lc eludes.
0S"Wo limit tho quantity to 20
yds to each customer at 7c per yard.
U ' jlSMiiXikiA'
-COMECIG THIS DAY -S3
mfimn House of 0
CORNER OF FORT & HOTEL STREET8.
Having purchased from J. J. Melchers,
BlGDliant " Lalisl for
Which label bears tho picture of au elephant, under palm troes, printed in
different colors, and also the word
"Gieatest Gin Distillery of the Nstlierlaads, registered; J, J,
Melclicrs, W. Z, Schiedam,"
And having been granted a Certllljala of ltegNtiation for tho term of
twenty years, dating from tho 17th day of Septerabor A. D. 1889, under
tho hand and seal of L, A. Thurston, Minister of the Interior for tho
Hawaiian Island, for the exclusive iuo of the Bald label throughout tho
Hawaiian Kingdom, all person? are hereby warned not to use the said
label, or any Imitation thuroof, under penalty of the law.
804 w ( w", O. PEACOCK.
Agent for the Hawniian Islands.
UJ YS Sa
LACES Intended to quote pricea
that would aetonibh you, but
want of space excludes it.
All our stock of TRIMMINGS at half
032P" We. mean to sell -120 ChildrenB
White & Colored Dresses, in linen and
pique, nicely trimmed with colored
embroidery for 60 CENTS EACH.
We think they are pretty, and at the
uiices we quote you will want some.
Ladies Balbriggan Hose, silk decked,
25c per pair.
lOOur stock of Embroideries,
Hamburg Edgings and Skirtings, in
cludes n full line of Nainsook, Swiss
aud Cambric choice designs.
stock will go for a moro song.
. J. Fishel,
W. '., Schiedam, Holland, tUo sole
Gin ii tut limfloi,
new; y u