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THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1PM.
HtmrJ v Uuinmlti' from Koolau
Scur iluVuolu from Eivn
Am bktne Discovery, McNeil, for Snn
Sw bk Onhtr for Port Townsend
Am tern V S Bowne, Bluhin, San Fran
cisco Am bkt Amelia, Ncwhall, Humboldt
YESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
IIrw S S Australia, llondlette, for San
Francisco at noon
Stmr Klnau for Hllo ami way ports at
Stmr O H Bishep for Walanac, Wnlalun
anil Koolan at 9 n m
Schr Kanlllua for Kmml
Stmr Kuala for Kilaucu mid Haualel at
I p m
FOR El CH, VESSELS IN PORT.
H B M 8 Esnlogle, A C Clarke, from a
USS Mohican, Cogblan, from Callao
U S S Alert, Rear Ad in KImbcrly, from
USS Ninsle. l.t Lyon, from Pamoa
TJ S S Iroquois, Bishop, from San Fran
cisco Gcr bk Miinl, Meyer, from New York
Br bk Banca. Baeberow, Horn Glasgow
Swd bk Ida, Olesoii, from Port Town
Bend Br bk Velocity, Martin, from Hong
kong Haw S3 Australia, llondlette, from San
For San Francisco, per tern W S
Bowne, Oct 24 Mrs Lovcll, Mrs Ber
llng, Ml39 Lovell, T Tennatt, nnd M
Orders as to the next destination of
the German bark Mltni will be received
by the next mail uteamer from the
The steamer Kaala brought 490 bag
sugar, 100 bags rice bran, SO bunches
bananas, 310 bags rice and 20 packages
sundries from Koolau and Wiiialua yes
terday evculug. She will leave to-morrow
afternoon for Kllauca, Ilanatnaulu
The bark Ida Is discharging lumber at
the Fort sti eet wharf.
The steamer Klnau will take to-morrow
a spar wheel, pinions, aud other
machinery for the llawl Sugar Mill.
The schooner Mokuola brought. 200
bunches bananas for the steumshlp
The bark Oplnr and barkeutiue Ame
lia, both sailed to-day in ballast for the
Sound aud Eureka respectively.
The schooner Kauhlua brought 1-10
bags rice from Kauai yesterday She
will take to-morrow a load of coal for
A goodly number of cabin passen
gers leave on the Australia to-morrow
for San Francisco.
Their Royal Highnesses tho
Prince and Princess de Bourbon,
Counts Lucchesi and Zilcri, Baron
llcydebrand and Baroness Hertling
who ljave been visiting ttie islands
the past month, and been entertain
ed in many various wuys, leave very
much pleased with their visit.
II. H. Prince David Kawanana
koa, after spending a day or two in
San Francisco, will go on to New
York and then direct to England,
where he will study for two years,
The Katie Putnam Comedy Com
pany consisting of Miss Katie Put
nam, H. B. Emery, Geo. C. Boni
face, Jr., and wife, and Matt. L.
Berry and wife, who have de
lighted hundreds of Honolulu peo
ple by their excellent performances
at the Opera House, leave for San
Francisco. They have made hosts
of friends during their brief stay,
who will wish them a pleasant trip
and a successful future.
Mrs. H. M. Newhall and Mr. G.
A. Newhall, who have enjoyed a
stay of a month in the islands includ
ing a visit to the Volcano, return to
their home in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. John U. Hulbert
will go directly to England by way
of Canada. Mr. Hulbert carries
with him a testimonial of apprecia
tion from tho employees of the Ha
waiian Tramways Company of which
he was assistant manager for tho
past year. Socially Mr. and Mrs.
Hulbert have won many friends who
regret their departure.
Mr. James L. Torbtrt leaves on
business connected with the PaciOo
Hardware Company and will bo ah
Hcnt over a steamer.
Dr. R. W. Anderson, the dentist,
is called away to Los Angeles,
California, on real estate business.
Ho will be absent a month.
His Majesty the King arranged a
very interesting entertainment for
their Royal Highnesses Prince and
Princess de Bourbon and suite this
morning. The royal party visited
the palace and inspected the feather
mantles and capes, and museum.
They then took position on the front
veranda and witnessed an exhibition
of riding by eight lady members of
the Poomaikelani riding club. The
ridora were dressed in ancient Ha
waiian costume. Count Zileri took
photographs of the riders. The dis
tinguished visitors were then driven
to Honunkaha, tho riding club act
ing as escort. The honorary mem
bership of tiu House of Wisdom
was conferred upon tho Prince and
Princess, and after an inspection of
tho charts a collation was served.
Tho Royal party are being enter
tained at His Majesty's boat house
LOCAL & OEHERAL NEWS.
A womas to do light house rtorV. It
leaves on the
Tub Pnnuli-e of tho Pacific can In
tlitainod at tho uttial place?.
Tnr. Kinati siiUm nt two o'clock to
""""iff afternoon for wlndwurd
The officers of the Heeia Agricul
tural Company, elected 23d inst., ap
The Unknowns beat the Nipsics in
the game of baseball yestculay by a
score of 0 to 5.
Tun Australia sails at noon sharp
to-morrow for San Francisco. Tliu
band will play on tho wharf.
Hi: siiro and send copies of the
"Bullotin Weekly Summary" to your
friends abroad by the Australia.
. Lieut. Commander F. W. Crocker
of tho IT. S. S. Mohican is n cousin
of MiH Katie Putnam, the charming
A Chinaman was arrested last even
ing with 1150 tins of opium in posses
sion. His case will bo heard to
morrow. Tub Advertiser this morning in its
list of passengers booked to leave
gives tho name of a person who has
been dead some time.
The great London Olympic Speci
alty Company is expected on tho
Alameda. Read elsewhere what Mr.
L. J. Levey has to say about it.
The supply of water will be shut
oft' at Kapalama, Liliha street, and
School street west of Waikahaliilu
bridge from 0 a. m. to 6 p. in. to-mor-rw.
This evening the Katie Putnam
Company give their last perform
ance at tho Opera House when will
be presented "The Happy Pair" and
"A Household Treasure." There
will bo a packed house.
The Hon. Chas. R. Bishop with his
usual generosity treated nil the pu
pils of the Kamehameha school and
the Kamehameha Preparatory school
to the matinee performance at C.hia
rini's Circus yesterday afternoon.
Tho boys enjoyed the occasion Tory
. . . i
H. R. H. Prince do Bourbon at
tended by Count Lucchesi and Mr.
J. W. Robertson, Vice-Chamberlain,
called on the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn
and His Excellency S. M. Damon
this morning to pay his farewell re
spects. Princess de Bourbon and
suite called on Princess Liliuokalani
for the same purpose.
About half-past seven o'clock yes
terday morning H. R. H. Princess de
Bourbon, Count Lucchesi and Count
Zileri were driven in a four-in-hand
by Mr. Paul Isenbcrg, Jr.,tohis ranch
at Waialae, where the distinguished
party enjoyed an excellent day's
shooting. Mr. II. F. Glade, the Aus
trian Consul, Mrs. and Miss Glado
joined the party, who all took lunch
at Mr. Isonberg's residence, The
Princess proved herself to bo an ex
pert shot. Tho party returned to
town late in tho afternoon.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Chiarini's Italian Circua on the
Esplanade, at 8 o'clock.
Katie Putnam Comedy Company
at Opera House at 8.
Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. at 7 :30.
His Majesty the King has been
pleased to confer the following
decorations on the Royal visitors :
II. R. II. Princess Henri de Bour
bon, the Graud Cross of the Royal
Order of the Crown of Hawaii.
H. R. H. Prince Henri de Bour
bon, Knight Grand Cross of tho
Royal Order of Kalakaua.
Count Zileri, Grand Officer of
the Royal Order of Kalakaua.
Count Lucchesi, Grand Oillcer of
the Royal Order of Kalakaua.
Baron llcydebrand, Grand Officer
of the Royal Order of the Crown of
Baroness Hertling, Officer of tho
Royal Order of Kapiolani.
LAST MIGHT'S CIRCUS.
The Chiarini's Circus performed
to a "good house" last night. Tho
threo Prussian stallions, handsome
coal-black "dandies," created tho
greatest admiration and the burst of
applause as the animals left the ring
was sincere nmd enthusiastic. The
"monkey race," the winding-up
piece, was very laughable : the po
nies, with monkey riders, racing
over hurdles with breakneck speed
amid deafening yells from the "gal
To-night's performance will be
the last of Chiarini's Circus in Ho
nolulu. The prices of Beats have
been cut in half and, as tho Hawai
an band will assist complimentary
to tho company, a crowd isaxpected.
'ATHER Damlcn'B Photos. J. J.
Williams lias mr emu uy Bpcciai
permlBilon at his studio fort street,
photographs of thti late Father Daralen
taken shoitly before his death. Also, a
3cries of ecientiuc photos of interest to
the mcdiral faculty. 885 if
JUST received Celebrated Koochow
Teas, direct from China; nsplen.
did assortment of tine Teas: Tho Ha
walian Mixture, in Jrf lb packages; The
Hosu Brand .Tea, in i lb packages, de
llghtfully fragrant; Emu Superfine
Muck 'lea, 10 lb boxes in bulk; First
flrnn 1880-1S9O ConeOU. Ill 10 lb lOXt'S,
il packages to a. pouud; to bo had oaly
Of GoaBiilvtB & Co., Honolulu
BCbTSlJLIvSTST'?: HOTOLvtfctf, , !., OOTOBSS 34, lfifiP.
GRAND ROYAL BALL
liven at lolaul Palace In 'Honor
of the Prlnco and Princess
de Bourbon end SuKo.
vorgsous Illumination--A Brilliant Assembly--Completo
Llit ot Oucilo.
Last night Their Majesties King
Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani gave
a grand reception and ball at lolani
Palace in honor of the Prince and
Princess de Bourbon and suito visit
ing these islands. Shortly after the
opening hour of nine o'clock the
King and Quean, with 11. R. II.
Princess Liliuokalani, H. R. 11.
Princess Poomaikelani, Hon. John
O. Dominis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
and their Highnesses Princes Kawa
imnakoa aud Kalamauaole, descend
ed tho grand staircase and entering
the throne room took their positions
on the dais. The Royal Hawaiian
Band stationed on the front veranda
played Hawaii Ponoi on the entry
of their Majesties and the royal
Prince Head do Bouibon and the
Princess, Baroness Hertling, Count
Zileri, Count Lucchesi, and Baron
llcydebrand, arriving in the House
hold carriages, were greeted with
tho Austrian national anthem by the
band, and soon after the reception
began. Col. G. W. Macfarlaue, II.
M.'s Chamberlain, was in attendance
on their Majesties and presented the
guests, beginning with the royal vis
itors. These, after paying their
respects, were seated to the right of
the throne. Next were presented,
in tho ordor given, tho diplomatic
corps, Ministers of the Crown, Unit
ed States Rear-Adrairai Kirabeily
and staff, United States and British
naval officers, and the general pub
lic. There was a great crush of
people in the throne room and main
hall at tho height of the reception,
yet the procession past the royal
dais flowed on in remarkably good
order, the return stream of observ
ed ones miugling with the throng
of observers round the apartment.
The band played throughout the ce
remony. His Majestj'was attended
on the occasion by Col. G. W. Mac
farlaue, H. M.'s Chamberlain ; Her
Majesty, by Mrs. J. W. Robertson ;
Princess Liliuokalani, by Mrs. W.
II. Aidrich ; the Prince and Princess
de Bourbon and suite, by Mr. J. W.
ILLUMINATION AND DECOKATIONS.
Every approach to the palace pre
sented a scene of gorgeous resplen
dence. The illumination of Iho
building and grounds has never been
surpassed in stj le or degree. From
basement to battlements on eve'rj
side the noble pile was profusely
hung with rows of colored lanterns,
festooned and straight but never de
parting from artistic symmetry.
These myriad lights were interspers
ed with the glittering rayb from the
permanent rose-shaped incandescent
lamps on the outer walls, iwcry
door and window poured forth a
welcoming glow from the electric
crystal chandeliers richly bestowed
within. The paths in the ground;,
were lined, the treos and shrubber
decked, with hundreds of coloreu
lanterns closely ' ranged in right
lines and curves, all with sch con
summate art as to yield an effect of
exquisito harmony to every point of
Inside the palace the decorationb
were simple but in good taste. In
the throne room on either side of the
dais were potted palms, pyramids of
roses were at the bases of the large
mirrors, and a grand feather kahili
stood at each side of the throne ca
nopy. An immanse pyramid of
plants with Ooral insets made a strik
ingly beautiful object opposite the
grand staircase iu the middla of the
main hall. At the head of tho stairs
under a permanent mirror appeared
the device of a shield rimmed with
white flowers and bearing across the
face in red flowers the greeting,
"Aloha." This piece was univer
sally admued. Bunches of ferns
and flowers wero disposed on the
hallway walls between tho statuary
niches. The dining-room and the
blue room, besides their usual adorn
ments of curios and plate, wero
further beautified with bloom and
foliage artistically composed and
Formality was dispensed wit bin tho
openiugof the ball, the formation of
the initial sets of lancers being left to
congenial selection. The throne
room in which the dancing was done
presented an entrancing spectacular
view during the programme. Muny
of the ladies wero richly dressed.
The distribution of brilliant military
and naval uniforms was in large pro
portion to the sober evening dress
suits of civilians, while many s.
manly breast bore splendid decora
tions that scintillated with distinct
ion at every movement. With the spa
cious floor completely occupied n pict
ure of kulcidoscopio beauty, combin
ing the poetry of both motion and col
or, was displayed whenever the music
sounded. The music itself wus
grand, Prof. Berger leading the full
band, only the string contingent lay
ing aside their military instruments.
Refreshments of fine quality were
served nt midnight in the dining hall.
An interesting incident ot the but
was the "shipwrecked bet" of quna-
' rlllea, so-called from the accidental
i-seintillng on tho uoor( In that est.
of the herno'cud bcroinen of tho
Pearl Harbor "disaster" of the other
lay. Tho order ot duncee, ending
Ui' nt 2:00 o'clock this morning, was
. twicers Ro.Vnl Haw ail.in
2. Waltz 1011 Xlsiua
II. P.ilka JJragnnn
I. I.auct-rs A'i'i'fl"ft
5. Waltz Mikado
! YitiK U is .ml
7. Lauccrs Kaluliml
d. altz UjpsvBiuon
i). Schuitlii'he Flfteun D.nlis
10. Lnucerj Lllliinkalnnl
il. w Hitz Veuctlii
12. Galop Alaska
THE GUESTS Or THE EVENING.
The Prince and Princess de Bour
bon and party we're seemingly in
tensely gratified with the entertain
ment. Mingling freely with their
fellow guests, many of whom were
privately presented to them, they
chatted with nuimation to individu
als nnd groups. They wore re
spectively the decorations conferred
on them" by the King dining the
day. The amiable princess remark
ed to tho Chamberlain her delight
with the event, comparing the whole
scene to "fairyland." His Majesty
the King expressed bis great pleas
ure, to a Bui.lktin reporter at the
palace to-day, with the enthusiastic
response made by resident society
to the invitation to do honor to the
list or Tiiosn lutKsr.NT.
Mons. G. B.
a very full list of
His lis. C. W. Ash
Misses Afoni' (2.
ford and wife,
Mrs. A. T. Atkinson, Misses Atkin
son (2), Mrs. W. 11 Aidrich, C.
Alee, Dr. R. W. Anderson, L. C.
Abies and wife, Capt; J. G. Green
and officers of the U. S. S. Alert,
Capt. Alilborn, A. Aschhcim, II. C.
Austin and wife.-'
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Bickcrton,
G. C. Bcckley and wife, Mrs. G. E.
Boardman, Mrs. and Miss Barnard.
Hon. Cecil Biown, F. Brown and
wife, Col. and Mrs. J. II. Boyd,
Malcolm Brown and wife, E. F.
Bishop, Geo. C. Boniface, Jr., and
wife, M. L. BtTry and wife, C.
Bossc, C. O. Bi-rger and wife, Mis
Becklty, II. F. Berlelmann aud
wife, Miss F. II.' Bishop, R. II.
Baker, Mrs. Breton, ,,V. H. Buird,
W. J. Brodie. ;
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Sonhor A
de Souza and Mrs. Canavano, Hon
John A. Cummins, T P. Cummins.
Miss Cummins, Miss Carter, Burnt
Cartwright nnd wife, J. O. Caitei,
Jr., C. E. Coville,. Mis Coney, C
Creighton aud wife( Major W. H.
Cornwall, Hon. W. R. Castle, Dr.
A. B. Carter, Mrs. J) O. Carter.
Hon. John O. Dominis, His Ex.
S. M. Damon, Dr. und Mm. F. R
Day, J. I. Dowsett, Jr., E. Downett,
Miss Dowsett, Mls'a Davidson, S.
Dwlght, R. C. Duncan, Miss Dora
Dowsett, J. M. Do'wfaett and' ile,
Hon. John Ena, ,H. B. Emery,
Capt. A. Clarke and officers of H.
B. M. S. Epiegle, Dr. N. B. Emer
son. Win. Foster und wife, J. H. Fishi r
and wife, W. E. , Foster and wife,
Miss Fincklcr, Capt. and Mi 9. A.
Fuller, Miss Fuller, G. D. Freeth
and wife, Dr. W. E., Fischer.
H. F. Giadearid wife.Mrs. W. M.
Giffard, Hugh Gunn, Goo Kim, E.
B. Giffard, N. E. Gedge and wife,
F. M. Hatch and wife. Mrs. Has
singer, Mrs. Hualclea, H. M. von
Holt, Miss von Holt, M.ijor J. D.
Holt, Major H. F. Hubbard and
wife, Miss Hassinger, Capt, Haskell,
Capt. H. C. llondlette, Chas. Hall.
Hon. W. G. Irwin and wife, Col.
C. P. Iaukea and wife, Paul Isen
brg, Jr., Capt. Bishop and officers
of tke U. S. S. Iroquois.
Miss Judd, C. H. Judd, Jr., Ha
milton Johnson and wife.
II. II. Prince Kawananakoa, II.
II. Prince Kalanianaoie, W. C.
King, Ed. A. Kcil, Miss Kimball, E.
Kopke, Admiral Kimberly, U. S. N.
H. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani,
L. J. Levey and wife, Daniel Logan,
Misses Lishmnn (2), Mrs. W. Lish
innn, Misses Ladd, F. J. Low
rey and wife, R. W. Laiae and
wife, W. Lanz, Miss Lamb.
Mr. Justice nnd Mrs. MeCuIlj,
General F. II. nnd Mrs. Marshall,
Misi Merseberg, Misses Mist (2),
Mrs. C. B. Makee", F. Mclntyre,
Miss Mclntyre, J. M. Monsarrat,
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Miner, Rev.
Alex, and Mrs. Mackintosh, T.
Ma', Miss May, E. Mcfnerny, M.
D. Monsarrat ad wife, Dr. J. ii.
and Mrs. McGrew, Miss McGrew,
Tarn McGrew, F. B. McStockcr and
wife, C. Mett, E. Mullcr, Mrs. Mil
ler, Mrs. C. Moseley, Col. G. W.
Macfurlane, J. W. McGuire, Lieut.
G. A. Mcrrium, B. Mist, J. A.
Mngoon and wife.
Capt. II. W. Lyon and officers of
the U. S. S. Nipsio, Hon. P. Ncu
man, Capt, S. Nowleln, Miss Now
loin, Miss Nelson.
II. R. 11. Priucess Poomaikelani,
II. F. Poor, F. S. Pratt and wife,
G. C. Potter, R. W. T. Purvis, Mise
Mrs. W. R. Quinan.
Lieut. II. O. Rittenliouse, J. W.
Robertson mid wife, Miss G. Ro
bertson, Mrs. S,, B. Roso, MiH
Rose, Capt. J. Ross, H. Renjes, A.
W. Richardson, Miss Ritchie, Miss
C. A. Reamer, Miss E, M. Rtclmrd
bou, Bibs Rolslun, Win. Roebuck
Hon. John L, Stevens, Misses
Stevens (2), F. A. Sehaefer aud
wife, H. W. Scvorance, Miss Sever
ance, Pi of. Sauvlet, F. M. fiwanzy
aud wife, J H. hopcr and wile, M, '
M. Scott aud wUo, G, V(, BqU anii
vrife, G E. iimlthlse, Mls3 KraUhlK,
0. miiltnun, Ld. Stllco, Thos. Sor
enson, M tost 3 Sorcneon (S), D. B.
Smith, O. Swuin, Major Seward,
T. T. Sovorln.
VtEC'Hint Twrii, K. D. Tennry and
wife, Wruy Taylor find wife, A. 0.
Turlon, Capt. A. X Tripp.
Mrs. Widdofleld, lion. J. S. Wal
ker, Misses Walker (3), .1. K. S.
Williams and wife. .). II. Wodc
housc, Jr., Miss Wodehousc, Mi9C9
Wlii'ia (2), Mrs. Waid.U.T. Wilder,
G . K. Wilder, G. West and wife,
Miss Lita Wilder, W. Wright, H. H.
Williams, W. Wolters, J. W. Win
ter, Hon. A. Young, MKs Young.
Wc learn from San Francisco that
the Watsonville Beet Sugar Refinery
is turning out about 44 tons of
prime sugar daily. The sugar is
llrst-cinss and polarises over 98 per
The run will not exceed seventy
days, owing to the limited supply
of beets and to the fact that the
seed planted did not turn out as
well as expected. It had been an
ticipated that the season's run would
bo ninety days. The result, how
ever, will be 2,600 tons ot sugar.
The beet industry is only in its
infancy, and now that its success
has been thoroughly demonstrated
by Colonel Spreckols, there is no
doubt that in future seasons the
supply will be ample.
It is understood that inquiries are
coming iu from every county in the
State regarding the time for plant
ing beet and the location of new su
gar plants. There will bo a further
distribution of beet seed in the com
ing season, and every information
and assistance will be given to en
courage farmers to plant bceU on a
M iiiniti .
Thursday, Oct. 24.
The Vcvuillo .t xcompllshcd
Miss Katie Putnam,
Supported by tho Fa.-orlto
Ceoi-jre C. Boniface, Jr
The evcnirg'B on'ontilnmcnt will -com.
monco uiih tho liiauilfil Come-
A KAPPY PAIR"
To bo followed by a
"GRAND -o- OLIO"
Now (j5oiiri !
Now Dnnoi'D :
New AXUDlO t
To conclude bv tneri.il request with tl.o
Kaquisitt) D imcstlc Comedy
Drama In H Arts:
UmL. tt -L-iJ m ii
Thursday, Oci, 24lh3
Positively the Last Day.
Boxes (G Chairs) $u 00
Siiiglo Oliiiim in Box 1 00
Drenn Circle, Chain 60
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B. P. EHLBES &"ca
JUST RECEIVED PER S. 8. " AUSTRALIA!"
He?-:- sateens -:- Seersuckers -: & :- Prims,
Lttcew Ac XCmbroicleries,
IN GREAT VAJUETY at VERY LOW PRICES. '
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and VARIED STOCK OF
Corner Hotel &Fort Streets.
JUST TO HAND
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