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Leave llnnoiiliull. .?::!() 10:4.1 d:4 fi :42f
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 ::tr. 11:55 4:55 G:&Of
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Leave Honolulu 5:20
Arrive Poarl City.
Loavo Pearl City. . (1:00 .
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1' JL1 -IS
THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1892.
Aui bk Sonoma, Lcc, from San Fran
cisco Sour Mille Morris from Koolnu
Stnir J A Ciiniinius from Koolau
Am fi-niasied tchooner Louis, Hutch,
from Newcastle, NSW
Stinr Jus Makee tor Kauiil at 4 p m
Stun- Kuala for Lahqina
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bktuo Discovery for Sau Fiancisoo
Am bk Colusa, Backus for Sau Kraur
Stuir W G Hall for Maul aud Hawaii at
10 a m
istmt Kilauea Hon for Kukaiau and Oo-
kalu at 4 p in
Stmr O B llisliop for Waianao, Waialua
aud Kahuku at 0 a in
CARCfJES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C 11 Bishop 2.1157 bags sugar.
Mtnir Kilauea Hou ;i:t00 bags sugar.
bchrLuka 1G00 hags sugar.
Schr Millie Morris-400 bugs rice.
FQflEICN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S S-an Fianriseo, Rear-Admiral
Blown, fiom Sun Dlesjo
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
fioin South !-ea Island
Am ship .1 O Potter, Meyer, from New
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, from Sau Frau-el-eo
Am 5-m schr Louis, Hutch, from New-
flr ship Bunmorc, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Nor bk Poseidon, Bjorusou, from New
castle. N S W
Schr Gleudnle. Johnson, from Eureka,
Nor Biig Dato from Newcastle," N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
It M S S Mariposa, Hayward, froin San
Fraeieco, June 3
6 S Australia, Houdlette,from San Fran
cisco, May 17
B S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
YoKoiiama, :uuy 4
Am bktue h N Castle from Sun Fian
cisco, due. May 3
Am ship Pactolus, Beadle, from New
Am bk Sumatia, Thomas, from New
castle, N S W
Am 3-nibclir FS Rcdlleld, fiom New
Am 4-m sch) Carrier Dovp, Brandt,
fioni Newcastle, N S W
Ger bk J O Plluger, from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, fioni Liverpool, Juue
Haw bk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug IS
Norbk llavfiuen, Evangen, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Margaret fiom Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elslnord from Neweastlo, N S W
Brit bk Veiitas fioni Newcastle, NSW
Bk (iietu f i om Newcastle, NSW
The bark CoIufu uud tho baikentlne
Discovery both leave to-monow after
noon for San Fraiiclscb. Both skippers,
IJuckus and McNeill, will no doubt en
deavor to be the first to gel there.
' The steamer V G Hall will leave to
nioriow nioinliig at 10 o'clock for wind
The Norwegian bark Poseidon docked
yesterday at titu foot of Fort stieet uud
commenced discharging coal.
' The AmeilcuH bark Sonoma, Captain
J Leu master, unlved ill port this morn
ing and docked at the V M S S wharf.
At noon she comuieui'ed to take ill
bligari She' has hut u slight cargo of
The American live-masted schooner
Louis, Haich, fropi Newcastle, N S W,
coal laden, is outside.
' Tho Noi weglau brig Dato la loadlug
' with hullast
A COSTLY SLAP,
A woman was arrested on Monday
"for assaulting a l'ormgucso boy uenr
St. Louis Collpge. It appears tlmt
lier son litul collared u duck and ivas
marching triumphantly homo with it,
v when tlio roitugucbe boy tried to
take it auy. Tlio madam happen
? ing to see the act rushed up and
S slapped the Portuguese boy on tho
' head. Papa was also aiound and had
the woman ai rested for assaulting his
boy. In the Police Court this morn
ing she had to pungle up u 2 fine
uud $3 costs.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik yiioht Spray is nt Pearl Oily.
One of tlio warmest tliiys of the
Tim wind lias again changed to tliu
south. Nasty weather, miss.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear, wind light west.
The steamer City of Pekin 1ms
doubtless passed Honolulu this trip.
A Chinaman with six lingers is neon
almost daily on tho city fiont. He is
Don't forget you can reserve seats
for both Musin concerts at Air. Levey 'b
oflicu thit week.
Mk. W. C. Sprotill is thanked for
furnihiiig tho account of the cruise
of tho St. George from Field.
Moonlight and niusiu ontieed peo
ple out of doors last night. Many
attended the concert at Mukeo Island.
More than three inches of rain have
fallen at Luukaliu in the last two
days, which is good news for water
Tunboatboys have begun practicing
baseball. They intend to challenge
their laud rivals in the passenger traf
fic the hackuicn.
A milk wagon belonging to Fred
Joluihou ran away yesterday on Nuu
anu street. The wagon was smashed
and the milk all lost.
Thk teachers and pupils of Puna
lion Preparatory School visited the
U. S. F. S. San Francisco us speciul
guests this afternoon.
A ghkat lunch was put up by the
hu'ies of Central Union Church to
day, which was largely patronized by
people of appetites great and small.
Jolly Jack Lee of tlio bark Sono
ma is in town again. His corporosity
is about the same, aud the familiar
broad smile still plays on tho skip
The Crescent ball team are confi
dent of winning the game witli the
Honolulus on Saturday next. Tho
latter team, of course, entertain a dif
It is improbable that a mail will be
sent by the Discovery to-monow, as
tho mail steamer will arrive in San
Francisco on May 31, which gives the
Discovery only eighteen days.
To-Niaii'f a musiculo will be given
by the Queen at Iolaui Palace, to
those who contributed to the gift of
the piano, made especially of Hawai
ian woods for Her Majet-ty in New
A large wooden warehouse is in
course of construction on Queen
street makai of the Kapuaiwa build
ing, Government house. Tlio house
is being built by F. H. Wagner, for
W. C. Peacock & Co.
As evidence of the "closeness of
times," the I. I. S N. Co. have laid up
one of their ibland fleet the Iwaluni.
They Jiuto also discharged the socond
ni.uob, except on the W. G. Hall and
Mikaiiaia, It is thought other steam
ers will follow.
The five-masted schooner Louis,
Captain Hatch, was telephoned of!
Diamond Head this afternoon, from
Newcastle, N. S. W. The Louis wi s
here boine time lust year and is tlio
only five-masted vessel of that rig that
has ever entered Honolulu harbor.
There are only three fivc-masUd
schoonirs on tlio Pacific Coast. The
Louis wub intended for a. steamer but
was changed to a schooner.
A lecture on "The Kingdom of
Hawaii," delivered by Mr. Theo. H.
Davies, late Britisii Vice-Consul at
Honolulu, before the mcuibers of the
South port (England) Literary and
Pliilobophic.il Society, December 4,
1891, has been received in pamphlet
form with the compliments of the
lecturer. The lecture was illustrated
with a large number of Hawaiian
views, and gave an excellent epitome
of Hawaiian history.
A SMALL BLAZE.
A'arrow Escnpo ot Ueo. PutterHou'H
An alarm of fire pealed out from
tho Bell Tower shortly before two
o'clock this afternoon. It was for a
blaze on Punchbowl street, the resi
dence of George Patterson, adjoining
Dr. Trousseau's premises. Engine
Co. No. 1 was at the scene inside of
three minutes after the first alarm,
Mechanic Engine Uo. No. 2 arriving
about six minutes later. The delay
of the No 2 Is attributed to its hav
ing gono the wrong way at first. No.
1 quickly hud a line of hose laid to
the house, but its services were not
The blaze was in the kitchen and
originated in a defective stovepipe.
The Chinese cook seeing the smoke
where the pipe goes through the roof,
secured a hose from an adjoining yard
nnd played water on the burning
place. The biuzo was extinguished
after no little trouble. Luckily the
damage only amounts to a few dol
lars. A horse and buggy was at
tached to a post in the yard. When
the lire broke oiil the horse ran away,
tearing down an outhouse.
AN UNLAWFUL VISIT.
A. Clilimmaii II oh t 9ILn Auothir
All Mun, a. Chinaman, was found
unlawfully on the premises of Manuel
Keis on Queen street the other uigh(..
The piijliuunu was spen coming qui
of the window of a servant's room
witii a bundle in (lis hand. When
asked us to his business tliere lie
gate up lawful excuse and jjcis had
Him ariested. The fellow was iden
tified aa the one who stole some
olotlies fiom the same premises some
time ago, Ah Mun was tried in the
Police Court title morning on tho
charge of being found at night un
lawfully on the premises of another,
and was found guilty, The Police
Justice sentenced him to imprison
ment at hard labor for faixty days.
Serryjw' mm UteaHfs
CRUISE OF THE ST. GEORGE.
(From the Field, April .)
Silt : In a previous letter, which
you kindly inserted in the Field some
months ago, I gave n short account of
our voyage from England via the
Canal to San Francisco. We ar
rived there on Oct. 10, and loft on
the 30th for Honolulu, distant 2100
miles. About half of this passage
wc did under sail, but had not very
good luck with our weather. First
of all wc encountered a strong head
gale, which lasted two or three days,
uud reduced up at last to slorm can
vas; during this time the goose-neck
of the main boom carried away and
oilier damage was done. After the
gale came a calm, which did not suit
us any hotter ; in twenty-four hours
we did twelve knots, so the funnel
was raised, and we steamed for
twenty hours or so, till a light breeze
sprang up from tlio S. E., enabling
us to get under sail again. After
this we passed through a region of
squalls, one of which struck the ship
with tremendous violence on the
afternoon of Nov. 12. The ship was
well handled, and all the gear stood
the strain well, so we escaped with
out damage. Next day we had light
airs, and could not set much canvas
for fear of the squalls; the result
was that the rest of the distance into
Honolulu was done under steam ;
we arrived there on Nov. 15.
Our daily runs during this passage
were as follows (runs in brackets
were done under sail alone): 1G8,
182, 121, 95, G3, 79, 12, 188, 90,
180, 185, 190, 110J, 227, 219, 70.
At Honolulu we spent a very pleas
ant six weeks, ending up with Christ
mas. We took the yacht over to
Ililo in Hawaii, and isiled the vol
cano of Kilauea. As this extraordi
nary phenomenon is constantly
changing, it may bo worth while just
to mention its present condition.
From the volcano house (which has
lately been enlarged, and i3 now
quite a comfortable hotel), we went
down some 500ft. into the main cra
ter, which is a mass of hard black
lavu, about three miles by two miles
in area. A walk of two miles over
this lava brought us to the edge of
the small crater, which is a ciicular
pit 500yds. across. Looking down
we saw, 300ft. or -100ft. below t)s,
the marvellous lake of fire, a mass of
molten lava, some 300yds. in dia
meter, dark grey in color, but reined
in every direction with what looked
like streams of molten gold, while
out of it were constantly shooting
huge fountains of this golden lava,
aud the whole lake was all the time
on the move, now this way, and now
that. Two of us went down into this
small crater, which it is quite safe to
do; but we could not get close to
the lake itself, though even that is
A f ter our return to Honolulu we
had a very merry Christmas there,
the chief event of importance being
an international tug of .war, which
created a great deal of excitement
and enthusiasm. This tug of war
was in imitation of one which was
going on in San Francisco when we
were there, and which was, I believe,
the first of its kind. The contest
took place on a wooden platform
erected in the gymnasium, across the
platform were nailed rows of wooden
cleats ; the teams lay down opposite
one another on this platform, with
their feet against the cleats. Each
team consisted of nine men, the ninth
man leaving round his body a sort of
horse collar, to which the end of the
rope was attached. Six teams com
peted - JIawaiians, Germans, Scotch,
Portuguese, Ameripans and English.
The ehjef interest pentered ill the
struggle between the last two teams.
The Americans had been carefully
picked from the crew some 250
strong of a big man-of-war station
ed in Honolulu. They had been
practising foi some little time. The
English team was taken, all except
one man, from our crew, and was
only selected the day before the con
test began. America and England
were drawn against one another the
first night. They pulled for an hour,
and the Americans had gained one
foot out of six when the contest was
closed for the night. On the Mon
day they pulled again, the Americaus
starting with their one foot in hand.
For an hour and more the rope was
stationary, then it began to move our
way, and in another thrce-quatlcrs
of an hour we had pulled them over
the whole 7ft. Our victory was very
popular with the Hawaiiuus. To cut
u long story short, the Union Jack
proved victorious over everybody ex
cept the Hawaiiuns themselves, who
were an immense set of men. They
secured six wins, aud we came sec
ond with five wins and one defeat..
The Germans were a big powerful
lot ; it took our men no less than two
hours fifty-seven ' minutes to pu
them over, one constant steady pull
without any intermission, varied only
by occasional combined efforts on
the part of one side or the other.
We left Honolulu on Dec. 28, aud
had u very good passage, mostly uii
lief' sail, to Suya in the Fijis. We
steamed clear of the land, and were
then under canvas for a fortnight,
Carrying a fresh N. E. trade wind
down to 5N., then running straight
into the S. E. trades in the course of
an hour or so, and goiug right through
them across the Hue mtq the r. w
antl-tradci, whicTi only fell light
whon wo were a few hundred miles
to the north of the Fijis, We steajied
the last two days, getting into Sua
pn the morning of Jan. M, or rather
the 15th, as wo found it there.
Tie chief incident of the voyage
was a visit from Father Neptune,
who reigned supreme on board for a
whole afternoon, and uumbering
among his victims five out of six of
our party, including the owner, who
did not avail himself ot bis rightful
piivilegeof exemption. Altogether
about fifteen people were shaved and
doused, and in the end very few of
thoso on board escaped with a dry
The only other incident was "man j
overboard," which occuired the day
before we got into Suva. The cox
swain of the port dinghy was wash
ing the outside of his boat, when one
of the gripes gave way with him
and jn ho went. Luckily he could
sr?im and was able lo get to
the lifebuoy which was thrown to
him. Wc were under steam at the
time; the ship was slopped in about
a quarter of a mile, and the stai board
cutter lowered as quickly as possible.
(It happened most opportunely that
the outlets which had been on deck
since wc ler' Honolulu, had been
hoisted out iK the davits that very
afternoon ; injct, the men were still
working on this starboaul cutter.)
The man was only in the water about
eight minutes befote the boat got lo
him and picked him up safe and
sound. The next da', in Suva
harbor, we had five sharks close
round the ship. Our daily runs on
this passage were as follows: 1C0
236, 280, 2G0, 160, 1G2, 175, 170,
185, 170, 120, 110, 95,90J 220, 210,
We had the N. E. trades for the
first four days. Suva wo found hot
and rather rain', which was only
what might have been expected, as
wc came there at the very worst time
of year. All the same, we found
that a temperature of 83 did not
prevent us from enjoying a ball given
in our honor by the hospitable ladies
The heat there, and accounts of
still greater heat at Sydney, induced
us to alter our plan nnd come to New
Zealand before, instead of after,
Australia This passage (Jan. 23-30)
we did under steam, partly because
we could get no ice in Suva, and
wanted to get to Wellington befoie
our live stock gave out, and also be
cause we had nothing but calms and
light head windB till we got near the
coast. Our dailv runs were as fol
lows: 38,212, 200, 194, 240, 225.
From Wellington we proposed to
go to the South Island and the
Sounds, thence to Hobart, Melbourne
and Sydney, back to Auckland, and
then across to Valparaiso, and so
home. John A. Lonuley.
St. George, Wellington, N. 25. ,
C. J. McCarthy
street for culo.
After bhuving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benton, Smith & Co., Agents.
Mr. Schmidt has a cottage to let,
elsewhere dencribcd, on Beretunia
Sunkurn relieved at once by" Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice Creum
Parlors. 4-1 in
The llruubwick billiard parlors are
tho most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
Fresh rolls and doughnuts and a
fine cup of coffee you can get every
morning at the "Elite" Ice Cream
Parlors. ' 5-1 in
Delicious coii'ce and chocolate will
be borved every morning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel htreet. 1-tf
Get your oonts and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennjek, on East
Hotel street. FiiM-clui work, low
Drkhhmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bore
tuniu street, or Mutual telephone 09G,
before 8 a. in . or 5 :30 p. in. 8-3m
Dull times uio tlio times when it
is least economical to get along with
out advertising. If you want to get
your share of whatever trade is going,
tho greater nunibor of people to whom
you introduce your wares the more
buyers will cull your way.
An exhibit of tho financial strength
of the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of the United States appearing
in this issue should bo perused by all
who contemplate getting their lives in
sured, Alex. J. O irtwright is general
agent for the. Hawaiian Islands.
npilK Cottage containing 5
QZBm I Booms,- al ho Kitchen,
feHHw Tandy, Bathroom, etc., on
No. !)!) lierctuniti street, (southwest cor-:
ner). Apply to
4,19 lw- II. W. SCHMIDT.
rpwo Nicely Furnished
r-anl -L iiooins centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllce.
IIVAL PllKMISES, 31
1 BeretanU street, oiino-
situ Foit-stieet Chiueli. Ap
ply to It. I. LlLLIK,
3RS tf At Theo. II. Davlcs & Co.
A4-KOOMKD Cottage on
Fort Htreet. Good loea-
tlou and moderate lent.
Apply oil the premUes or to
' HliNltY SMITH,
11 1 tf At thu Gov't Building.
JCO.A. A VERY Desirable Rcsl
AJ3?g A deuce beyond tlio Prl
liylfeRUIt son, containing 5 Rooms with
Klhheii, Pantry, Diiilugioom mil Bath,
Tho Premises ui u well-laid out with fiult
aud other tiees. Apply to
L. P, FERNANDEZ,
400 1m At H, F. Wkhmau's.
AWtwj if iiiarta
km Ike Tlicm Now,"
Said a gentleman in cnmcrsutiou,
speaking of tho-o trouble-onio things
Corns. Tin lousou why was quite
evident. He had used some of our
new corn oxlornijiiutor. This is a
simple harmless remedy, easily up
plied Mini wry llretivo, removing ev
en tin' mot-, nf tin- com without pain.
Ho you use MiupY Wo haven't said
inn thing about m. p for two months.
Miwi f our I'lMnmers procured a
l.tigi' supply dining our soup week
hut i- it not nio-t washed away by
ibis tunc? Wo think so and have a
new line of soap to ofler Jus S. Kiik
it Cn.V. These f..)njw lire a boon lot
thee dull times which some lomplui l
aliniit theyr's cheap in price but of
very g, oil quality. Colgate it Co. arc
well icprcbfiitcd in the soap line in
our store. Wo have tho lamous
"Good Morning" Mup, too. Tin's is
Poarn' and if you will mail their nil
verliseinents cuiefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to any other.
We have nil sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather brushes
is daily growing less but yet have a
fine lot from which you can make
your selection. Wo keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner ITort & IClntr -t reisti.
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JUNE 11,. 1892,
CLEARANCE SALE !
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS " SHOES,
Ribbons, Dress Goods,
Coiscts, Laco Caps,
Velvets, Shirts, Collars,
Men's Had, Table Covers, Etc., Ftc.
Will be So'd Out Gro.Uly BMow Cost I
tr Great Bargains hi BOOTS and
A. C 8ILVA & CO.,
Hotel St., bet. Fort & Nnuuiin.
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
May 19th & 21st.
Vf Bov Plan for tho above Two Con
certs Is now open at the Olllce of L. J.
THE Regular Quarterly Meeting of
1 the Union Feed Co., (L'd). will bo
held ut their oMIco on SATURDAY, the
11th liibt., at 11 o'clock a. m.
F R. V1DA,
117 3t Secretary Union Feetl Co.
For Mouldings, Framea,
PiiHtels, ArtotypoH, L'hoto
KTiivurtiH, Etchings and
everything in the line of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
fSg? MM M-fl
w-' - 1 V I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE . CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunk, Honolulu.
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
Hats, Bonnets k Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
s- FOR I WEEK ONLY -65a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOB 25 CIS.
)T j jiJVrV Vi-
THE HIGHEST GUADE OF BOTTLED
Water, Ginger Ale mi Cral Apsle Cider !
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
10!) Knrt Street. : : .
The "OLD" Stores
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1850 IIY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fui'iiitiii'o, Cufat Milking, Upholstering Undertaking
Bushier In Honolulu are still extant, and tho hulnc-.s, its originator and
present proptietor heie to May. Having purchased the oiitno iuteriHt of
tho late llrni of II. II. Williams & Co., compiling tho largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; priuclpilly selected by II. 11. William durlm; hi late three
month' visit to tho Coat, I now offer this Ptook and future additions for
CASH at pilces much less than hmotoforo charged.
lSf The uiidcislucd in icsiuulnir hit, old plttco ami business would respect
fully tender bin grateful thank') for tho liberal patronage of oltl friends nf this
and nclghboilng IMandh, and hopes to met It a continuance of their f.ivora whilu
soliciting a haie from now friends; and agaiu offers hl services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
- lly Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Luid by Competent Men !
tor PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW' FIGURES. s
man i"4wif ir
100 Tort Street, - Itrem'r Hloclfe
SPECIAL SALE !
FVhluy, !SutitrIuy uud .Monilny, vs -will oH'or oiii
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 7fl;
8-Hulton S.io Gloves, 7io , regular price, . 1.
ALL-SILK RIBBON, CHEAP FOR CASH I
No2, 05o; No. 3, 75o; No. 5, 80o; No.7,!flj No. U, $1.25;
No, 12,n.i0; No, 10, $1.75. . .
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IT TRACK !
There's a vast difference between
the itht and the wrong track, when
it comes to goods and prices. We've
struck the right track in both.
Faiuy Step Ladders from thiee
feet to ten feet high1 nt u good
things and convenient to have In the
house. They have the sliclf for
holding bucket, soup and brush.
Easier and safer than the gct-down-when-you-want-the-water
price is the same.
The Bulls-eye for any kind of a
laiitein is another good thing.
LATEST STYLES IN
It's very refreshing1 these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices !
: : : Honolulu. II. I.