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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1892.
Stinr l'i'lu from Kauai
Stmr Lchua I10111 llamakua
Am bk Colusa, Backus, for Sau
Am bMnu Discovery for San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall d.r Maul aud Hawaii at
10 a 111
Stint- Kllaura Hon for Kukalau and Oo-
kala at 4 p in
Stun U It bishop for Waianae, Waialua
aud Kahiiku at t) a 111
Selir ilille Mortis for Koo'au
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr J A Cumniiiis 12")0 bags sugar
and 1C lipad eittle.
Stmr Pide 4108 bags sugnr.
Stun- Lehun 11 I'd bags sugar.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, May KS For Volcano: Mrs W11U1,
Mi.". j lvi fcter, .MUb Gould. Gen llas,
V Giueiihnger, Mr Shirley, Mr Godbie,
M TTUompson, Mr Mirlck, .1 G Spear
For way ports: Mr Podcyn, W Heine, J
Nawalii, Mr Znblnn, Mr Urquhnrt, Alt
Fat, K Okkois, Mrs vh Slug, Mrs Ah
Long, Master J Daxidson and 70 deck.
The steamer 1'ele is transfurilug her
cargo of niigar to the bark Sonoma, lying
at the P ftl h Swhaif.
'lhesclloonor Louis fiom Newca tie,
N S W, broughtiaU tons of New Lamb
ton coal for the OSS Co.
The baik Colusa yesterday for San
Fianeihco took aH,G'5 bas of sugar,
wi-ighlng 3,824.512 lbs, and valueil at
The b.ukcntliie Discovery s tiled this
afternoon with 8572 bags sugar shipped
by U llackfeld & Co, aim 3WJ bags
suar, shipped by M S Grinbaum & Co.
Domestic value 48,215.07.
The steamer Lehun hi ought 1142 b igs
of Paauhau Plantation, Hawaii, sugar
GUHNEY lit Honolulu, May 13, Chits.
Fisher Gurney, in tho 23d year of
his age, leaving 11 mother, brother
e aud live sisters to mom 11 their loss.
BSTFuneral from St. Andiew's Catlie-
dial at 3:30 p. 111. Saturday. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully itt-
vited to attend.
The 1'aMteut in Melbourne au the
A racing yacht which was con
sidered the fastest in Melbourne
harbor, Australia, is on the iivo
niasted schooner Louis. She is a
Him little craft somewhat like the
Ileleno and was formerly owned by
Ihe American Consul at Melbourne.
Tio yacht, winch was built in Eng
land, is 27 feet long, 7 ft. G (n. oeam
and !5 feet depth, lead keel. Captain
Hatch ot the Loui8 has given the
management of the yacht to Mr. F.
Whitney, as aoveral have been after
him to puiciiabc her. The new craft
carries exceptionally long spars and
jvlso 11 large spread of sails. She is
lashed on tbu deck of the schooner.
Underneath the floor in tho cabin of
tlio yacht is a spate reserved for
jnore ballast if needed. No dpubt
sie will be shoilly launched, when
she will show Honolulu her sailing
DOULTON WARE. '
V.X ' HflllllOK',"
The Pacific Hakpwakb Co., Ld.,
have Just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Ootilton
Waio, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Suu
ccis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, a? also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
LOCAL AND' GENERAL HEWS.
Tiikhk in overy indication of u storm
Diamond Head, 11 i. in. Weather
hazy, wind frcdi e:ut.
Two unchors liuvc boun recovered
fiom tho sea ut Kauni by the 1. 1. S.
A native mimed Moepono baa been
arrested for gross client. Ho will be
died on Mny 17lb.
The pioceedsof Ibu lunch given by
the Indie of Central Union Church
yesterday were !pl8!l.f0.
The Honolulu and Crescent ball
tennis piny to-inuiiow. Should the
wenthor bo fnvoiablo a good game is
Tiis new cut in the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s new advertisement is the
production of local art. Not bad for a
Wokk is progressing favorably on
the Makuweli Plantation. When fully
under way it will be the biggest plan
tation on tho Iflands.
Stn'KMNTKNDENT L. G.Young OX-
peots to take the new dredge out for
work to-monow morning early should
the weather bo favorable.
Six Japanese were passengers by
the baikentino Discovery for San
Francisco this aftornoon. There has
been a great number of Japs emigrat
ing to tho Coast of late.
Mil. A. V. Bolster returned on the
steamer Pelo this morning from u
business visit to Makawoli, Kauai.
While ho was there lie took several
views of the plantation aud rcsidentb
Captain Bench, tho celebrated
diver and man-rish, can bo seon at
l'oarl City to-morrow. Ho will defy
the laws of nature by eating, drinking
(gin and soda) and pmoking under
water. The train will have at 1:45
Whkn tho engine of Co. No. 1 was
coming out yesterday to go to the
lire the polo ran into the side of the
building, causing a rout. Tho engine
and horbcs had to be backed and an
other stmt made, but they got there
just the same.
C. J. McCarthy
street for sale.
will meet this evening.
A. L of H.,
Aitkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
StiNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonicr Benson, Smith it Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in gteat
variety ut the "Elite" Ice Cream
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegant pleasure retort in
"Wheke shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, tho
11. L. AtiEHiiACH has an assignee's
notice of the bankrupt estate of
Josiah Haolo of Wailuku, Maui.
The property of J. N. Kaiaikawaha
on Punchbowl will be sold at Mor
gan's uuction rooms on Monday.
Fhesii rolls and doughnuts and a
lino cup of cofleo you can got every
morning at the "Elite" Ice Cream
Pallors. 5-1 m
The Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s illus
trated weekly announcement bears
on the monthly vs. quarterly payment
Delicious coil'ee and chocolate will
bo served every murniug early at the
Palace lee Cream Parlois, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Membekb of the Myrtle Boat Club
arc called to assemble at 2:30 o'clock
to-morrow to attend the funeral of
tho late C. V. Gurney.
Tkndehs for supplies to the Hono
lulu Bond Board will be received at
theollicc of tho Road Supervisor until
12 o'clock noon Monday.
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Duessmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' hotibes. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tania street, or Mutual telephone G'JG,
befoto 8 a. 111. or 5:30 p. m. 8-3m
Jon Perrelra Ulvrn nn Optlaa of
The notorious Joe Ferreira, re
ported in this journal some few days
ago as having raised Cain in tho
Pprtugueso colony, and also whip
ping a fellow-countryman, waa ar
raigned in the Police Court this
morning for sentence on the charge
of assault. Poljee Jistiee, Foster
takiug a lenipnt view of tb,e affair,
suspended sentence until June 11),
18)2, antl ordereu defendant to ap
pear i" Conit on that day. The
Jt?dge made the suspension in order
to give Joe time to leave tho coun
try. Joe was given two days after
the lUh of June,
A gentleman was deprived of a
good breakfast this morning through
what might he termed an acoldent.
A nice beefsteak and some sausage
had been oidered fiom the butcher's
fur the matutinal meal. Instead of
leaving the meat at the proper place,
the driver delivered it next door. Af
ter a patient and prolonged wait for
the missing edibles, the pangs of
hunger caused inquiries to be set on
foot, and an explanation cleared tho
mystery. A telephone message to
the wrongful recipient of the porter
house elicited the following reply:
"Oh I it's all cooked " yery good,
MUSICALS At THE PALACE,
Niibxrrllirrn ti Hie 'nv Plnuo o
Union nlnril by the tni"('n,
Her Majesty gave a inusicalc at
lolani Palace last night, in honor of
tho citizens who lately presented her
willi a Fischer piano framed in Ha
waiian wood. Thecontribuloisto the
gift, their lady friends, participators
in the concert, and spLcial guests,
Including thu captain and ollicers of
the U. S. flagship Sau Francisco,
inntlc ii(i an assembly of about one
hundred and fifty. The nidis of Her
Majesty acted us ushers and every
body was in placo and the conceit
started promptly at 8 o'ebek.
The Throne Room was superbly
decorated for the event with floral
compositions at advantageous points,
also willi pnltns, lilies and ferns.
Her Majesty bat in the front row of
seats, with Prince Kalanianaolo on
her right and Governor Cleguorn on
her left. Judges Bickerlon and Dole
were In the same row.
Tho opening piece was the overture
" Setniramido " Rossini, by the
Royal Hawaiian Band with its orches
Miss Castle and Miss von Gerichten
played a duet for two pianos
Chopin's "Roodo" in a manner that
cast a magic spell over the auditors.
Mr. Geo. E. Smithies sang in good
voice and style, "Non e ver" Mat
tel, accompanied on the new piano by
Mr. F. M. English.
Miss Dale sang the solo, "Last
Night" Kjerulf, in an exquisite
manner, nothing but unstinted ad
miration being heard expressed of
Rombey's "Children's Symphony"
was a pleasing novelty full of bird
music. It was rendered by an ama
teur orchestra composed of: Miss
Widemann'and Miss Zoe Atkinson,
pianos; Mr. Carl Widemann, Misses
Gardie Macfarlane and Gertie Wide
mann, violins; Miss Mollie Atkinson,
triangle ; Master Charlie Berger and
Miss Annie Widemann, nightingales ;
Mrs. F. W. Macfarlane, cuckoo ; Mas
ter Walter Macfarlane, rattle ; Mas
ter Harry Macfarlane, drum. -
The chorus, "Come Holy Ghost"
Atwood, was rendered by Miss
May Atkinson, Mr. F. M. English,
Col. C. P. Iaukea and a boy's choir
of a dozen or so voices.
Mrs. W. G. Irwin, accompanied on
the piano by Miss Castle, very musi
cally vocalized "Open thy lattice"
Col. Iaukea gave Balfe's solo,
"Good night, good night beloved,"
in his ever agreeable tenor, accompa
nied on the piano by Mrs. Malcolm
The band porformed Faust's
waltz, "Bird of passage."
Central Union Church choir gave
the chorus, "The song of tho Triton"
Molloy, in thorough unison, mak
ing one of the most agreeable num
bers on the program.
A duet on piano and violin by Mr.
English and Miss McGrew was ex
ceedingly charming. Miss McGrew
was at her best with the bow, and
the community knows no abler inter
preter of the instalment.
Miss Dora Dowsett sang "Wait
ing" Millard, with violin obligato
by Miss Lucy Waid aud piano ac
companiment by Mis9 Mollie Atkin
son the effect being only charming.
Miss Cummins and Miss Holmes
nicely rendered the duet, "My boat
is waiting for thee" Henry Smart,
with accompaniment by Miss Patch.
Miss Patch sang melodiously the
solo, "Beauty's eyes" Toti, with
violin obligato by Miss McGrew,
piano accompaniment by Miss Castle.
Miss Cummjns, accompanied by
Miss Patch, vocalized "Aloha to Ha
waii' by Kedding.
St. Andrew's Cathedral choir, with
Mr. Wray Taylor accompanying on
the piano, rendered in excellent lone
and volume tne anthem, Woodward's,
"The sun shall be no more thy light
"Oiwi Nani," solo and chorus, in
the peerless style of the band, was
last excepting the closing march on
the program. The band kept on
playing selections, however, while
the company was refreshed with ice
cream and cake, also champagne for
those affected to the flowing bowl, u
short season of sociability being with
the refreshmtmls enjoyed. Her Mnj
osty received the good nights of the
guests at dispersal.
Major J. W. Robertson, Chamber
lain, directed the entertainment with
his usual tact.
An episode that made a break, but
nothing serious in the musicale, was
the sudden going out of the lights.
They are supplied by the Palace
electric lighting plant, which has
been for some time in disuse, and the
breaking of a belt on the main dyna
mo caused the eclipse. A less bril
liant illumination from an auxiliary
dynamo enabled the entertainment
to proceed with only a short inter
ruption. A,l( kept perfectly still in
the crowded room while the light was
off, thus displaying more common
sense than the average crowd. Any
thing liko a genoral movement for
the doors in such a case, especially
where there were many young people,
might havo created a dangerous
Her Majesty is to bo congratulated
on the pleasant results of the musi
cale, and all who enjoyed it will wish
her long life to enjoy the piano so
In Melbourne, Australia, all thu
electrlc-wircs are to bo put under
ground. The cost of this change is
estimated at 8100,000.
A merchant of Frankfort, Ger
many, has been fluid 100 marks for
beginning an advertisement with a
quotation from the Bible.
Bavaria will send to the Chicago
Fair two professors from thu Iiistj
tute oj Technology to report oh tho
progress of the United Blutos in
v(4t. j y
DEATH OF CHAS. F. GUrNEY. ((
:lo o'clock this
mother's icsidi'iice, after an illness i
of less than three weeks. Ho was
born in Honolulu on September 27,
18G9, hence was in the 23d year of
his ago. His father was the late
Joseph S. Gurnoy, who, after a trial
of sugar planting, worked at his
trade of sliipwiiglit for some time
before his death in July, 1881, when
Charles was in his fifteenth year.
November 7, 1883, the year be
fore his father's death, Charles F.
Guiney, then 14 years old, went
into the Hell Telephone Company's
central olllce as opeiator, whore
he remained until March 7, 1886.
when he entered tho employ of Messrs
15. U. Hall & Son us cash boy.
Hero ho was promoted about two
years ago to the position of book
keeper and cashier, in which he was
thoroughly competent aud implicitly
trusted. Having begun to do for
himself at the early age mentioned,
Charles was without ordinary school
advantages to develop his talents.
He made up for this lack creditably
by availing himself of biich oppor
tunities for education as presented
themselves. Attending Mr. P. C.
Jones' night classes in commercial
arithmetic and book-keeping at the
Y. M. C. A., Charles laid the foun
dation for the independent career
that ouce promised but is now pre
maturely cut off. He has often been
heard to regret that he could not get
four years of regular schooling.
From the lime of his father's deatli
the subject of this sketch became the
main support of his widowed mother,
younger brother and five sisters. As
his circumstances improved he de
veloped a provident foresight and
a prudence in household affairs which
would do credit to any head of a
family. He bought a homestead lot
on the plains and' built a house on it,
taking stock in the Building & Loan
Association to help out the uiidei
taking. Within a year or so, al
though not threatened with any
malady, Charles took out a policy of
5000 in the Mutual Life Insurance
Company, the proceeds of which will
releaso his mother's home and leave
a snug balance over for the suste
nance of herself and young family.
Frank, the younger son, is in the em
ploy of the Hawaiian Electric Light
and Power Co., becoming an electri
Charles always bore a high moral
character, and was religiously in
clined. About three months ago he
was confirmed in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, after having been pre
paid! by his pastor, ReY. Alex.
Mackintosh. He was an active pro
moter of manly sports, being a mem
ber of tho Myrtle Boat Club, also of
the Hawaiian Rifle Association. In
last year's monthly competitions at
the rifle range, lie made a good be
ginner's tccotd tu the second class.
The Myrtle and other boat clubs
placed their flngs at halfmast on the
announcement of his death, and his
own club will attend his (uucral tu a
Charles F. Gun" was a young
man of it stamp nonu too common,
whose loss any community has reason
to deplore. His employers will
greatly miss his faithful service, his
comrades the benefit of his good judg
ment and excelleut character. The
deepest sympathy will go out from
all who know the family to the wid
owed mother and her six surviving
children for this irreparable bereave
ment. It is only two weeks ago last Mon
day when the lamented young man
had to leave his post owing to an at
tack of inflammation of the bowels.
Typhoid symptoms developed later
and a week ago it was given out that
the patient was m a hopeless condi
tion. The funeral is announced to take
place from St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 3:30 o'clock to-morrow.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
AWAIIAN Council Xo. (ifin, Ame
rican I.i'ulou of Honor, moots
THIS EVENING, at 7:!10 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King streot
JOS. M OAT,
120 It Secretary.
A LL members of
ihe Myrtlo float
i. Club aro i en nested
to assemble at
the Koutliouse '10-MORIlOW (Sntur-
day) AFTERNOON, at 2:30 o'clock, for
thu nurpobo of attending the Funeral of
their late comrade, Chailes F. Gurney.
By order of tho Captain. 420 It
rpHE Land and Pioinlces of .1. N.
1 Kalalkawalin Mtuato near Punch
bowl stieet. on Punchbowl, in Hono
lulu. Tim Building on tho land Is a
substantially made, Two-story Ret.1
ilonee, and will be Mild ,nt public auc
tion at thu auction rooms of .lames F
Morgan, on MONDAY, thu lllth day of
May, 1802. This will bo a lirst-elass
opportunity to wt a good home.
THE uiidcrslgiiiul Assignee In tho
Baiikiiipt Kstnte of Jo.-inli Haolu
of Wuiluku, Maui, gives notice to all
ci editors of said estntii who have pioved
their claims 111 it be lias llloil his accounts
as AsMi-'iieo and a petition for discharge,
and that Im will present the saiiiu for
allowance to the Hun. S H. Dolu, As-o-elato.lubtico
of the Sllliicme Comt, on
THURSDAY, the Pth .May, 180J. at 111
o'clock A M at which tlino and place
any peisou Interested can bo hcaul.
' R. L. AUERUAOH,
Asolgueu KUnte.l. Ilunlc,
iiui.viuUi w i.',iwa. 420 at
the Weekly bulletin-
I coluuiiiB of lntcreetlug reading
matters. Mulled to foreign countries,
$5; Islands $4.
) . -J"
New Have Tliwn Now,"
Said a gciitlciiuiii in fiiinw'ul'on,
speaking nf lhuo troublesome things
Corns. TIr ichmiii why wae quite
evident He had used nome of our
new coin exteiminatoi. This is a
simple lmrmli".s iciiKily, easily up
pluil and sciy cth etive, removing nv
en the roots nf tlnioru without pain.
In vnu iim M.tp? Wif haven't i-aid
itn tliitiv ilniiii imp for two months,
iM"t i f mil cuii mors proeuiotl it
large supply dining our uoap week
but i it not inii-t witched away by
lliin tinii-V Wo iliiuk co and havo a
new hii" of snap imiflci .las, S. Iviik
it Oo 'f. Tlii v caps are n boon lot
these dull turn which come complni l
about tho iV eht'.ip in price but .of
M't.v g od qiiiilit,. Colg ild it Co. are
well icpu'M nted in the toap line in
oui Mi lie. We lmvu tho Inmoiis
'Go d Morning" -oap, loo. This is
1'eai.s' uud if uiu Will lead their ud
veitiseniiMils cnn fully you'll bo con
vinced of itc xiipi liorily to any other.
We have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Our assoi Uncut of lather brushes
is daily growing lesc but yet have a
line lot from which you can make
your selection. Wo keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Kurt tt Ivlntr HtreclH,
JUNE 11, 1892,
CLEARANCE SALE !
OUir LARGE STOCK OF
Ribbons, Dress Goods,
Coisoib, Lace Cups,
Velvets, Shirts, Collaiv,
Men's Hats, Tablo Covots, Etc., Ftc.
Will baSo'd Out Greitly B low Cost !
Bargains hi BOOTS and
A. C S1LVA & CO.,
Hotel St., bet. Fort & Niiuanu.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
TWO GRANlf CONCERTS
II v the
MUa I IV CO.' Y
May 19th & 21st..
IKS' Box Plan for the above Two Con
ceits is now open at the Olllce of L. J.
Levey. 117 3t
rpilE Cottage containing i
X Rooms, also Kitchen,
Pantry, B.ttluooin, etc., on
No Oil Beielanla street, (southwest cor
ner). Apply to
II. W. SCHMIDT.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Beretani't stieet, opno
site Fort-street Chinch. Ap
R. I. L1LLIK,
At Theo. II. Dnvios As Co.
l-ROOMKD Cottage on
Forthticct. Good loca
tion anil moder.itu tout.
Apply on the premises or to
414 tf At thu Gov't Building.
VERY Desirable Resi
dence beyond thu Prl-
i.ii, containing A Koiiiiib with
Klti lieu, Pantiy, Diniiigioom an I Hath.
lite I'ti'iuifecs aro won-iaiii oui wiiu nun
and other tree. Apply to
L. P. FERNANDEZ,
400 lm At 11. F. Wlclim.in's.
rPHE Regular Quarterly Meeting of
1 the Union Feed Co., (LM), will u
buhl at their olllce on SATURDAY, tho
14th hut., at 11 o'clock a. m.
F R. V1DA,
417 3t Seeretiiiy Unlun Feed Co.
For AIouldiiiKH, Fraiuus,
PasttilH, ArtotyiiOH, l'lioto
jjriivureH, EtcltinK and
ovorythiiig" In tho lino of
pictures, go to King UroH.,
$ !-w pi ' 1 A'il
ii s-"-.---y."c' -. 1 f
: i - - " 1 A , ( hf J sj
i: l-.-.:v:" ,J u )t M MK
D, hrtftr2a,"''- Si.
While the citiurtorly and monthly systems of settlement
beinir discussed 4we invite insDuulion to the invoice 'oE
ITAVILAXD CHINA just
plan is adopted we will be
other hardware houses in the
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprei kels' BauK, Honolulu.
104 Fort fctreec, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THK VKin LATKNT ST LES IN
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
est FOR I Wf-K OMLY -
CMLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOS 25 CTS.
i ft 1 vyu'nv'iZL.
i' nil km
THE HIGH13ST GRADE OF BOITLEI)
SA Water, Biipr Alo ai M Apia Cir
DELIVERED TO ANY
X "FMCJ O
10! 1 oi-t Sheet. : : .
CONS'lITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOilT STREETS,
IN 18.VJ BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
I'liniitiii'c. Ciiliiuul Mini,
Biu-ini'.-N In Honolulu aio kMII extant, aud the business. Us originator aud
piocnl piopiletor lime to stay,
tlio late iirm oi u
II. Williams iV
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever lu Honolulu; pilut'lully poloeteil by 11. 11. Williams during hU latu three
months' visit to the Coat!, 1 now offur tills Mock ami futiiie addltlonx for
CASH at pih'i'o much less than hoietofoio charged.
tOT The undesigned lu icaiiuiiug his old placo anil bu-ine-i would lespcct
fully teudiir hi grateful thanks for ibu liberal patioiiagn ot old filends ol this
and uelgliboiiiig Inland, and hope-to uieill it coiitinuaiico of their f.ivor while
kiillcitliig a bliiuo fiom now friends; and ngaia offein bis mmvIcus in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Caieful Men willi Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Suponor Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
ear PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. w
MHiI A 0Lml
" in the swim
' and lead all
& Toques !
'It's very refreshing- these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruil Juioes
PART OF 11113 CITY.
Honolulu, II. I.
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iiavmn piiix'ii.ireu tno entire interest oi
Co., eoumilolug thu laigebt stock of