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WEDNESDAY. MAY 18, 1892.
Si'lir Sarah Eliza ftom Kuolau
Schr Knlainauu for K lmlit
For Maui per stmt' rbiiidluo, Muv 17
E U Tenney, Miss Sylva, Miss E Davtd
son, U Armstrong, Sister Antonio. Mrs
Mobsman and child, Dr 11 Laidlnw and
wile. Mrs Iteekwith, Mis ,1 U S Kaleo
and 50 deck
For Kauai per stinr Mikahal.i, May 17
Mr Monis, A Smith, Miss llaitwell,
Mis Jt lincnchueidcr, Mis A S Unit
well, V E Howell, T Giay, 11 Lose.lt
Catton, O W Ewart, Mrs Ramos, U 11
Bishop and about 50 deck.
Tho bark Sonoma lying at the I I 5 N
Co's wharf is taking in uioio sugar and
expects to get a load to-morrow.
'the baik John O Potter will finish
discharging in a day or two.
The meanier Jaines Makee will be duo
from ICauai to-inoirow.
'1 he steamer W G Hall fiom windward
ports will he due on Fiiday afternoon.
' The eiew of the Foi est Queen is dis
charging that vessel of her cargo.
The ISiitish Uenmore is lying iu the
stieam. uhe will load with sugar for
The baikeuthic Irmgaid and schooner
Rout rt Leweis aie both 11 days out fiom
tan Fianclsco for this port.
The British b.irk Knight Commander
arrived at San Fianclsco May 4, 453 days
fiom Autweip. The lengthy voyage of
a yiar and a quaiter is atttibuted to a
broken rudder and other misfortunes.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihu
stieot foi sale. 3-tf
SevekaIj new appointments are an
nounced in the official column to-day.
A iter shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
StJMHiitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Henson, Smith & Co.,
Nativi: Fans and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice Cream
Tin: Brunswick billiard parloib are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
A cottage, ton minutes' walk fiom
the Post Olliee with moderate lent, is
olTeied to let.
L. J. Levey will dispose of 100
sacks of California potatoes at his
salesroom to-morrow at noun.
The Catholic Benevolent Society
will hold u speci.il meeting on Friday
afternoon at IS p. m. at. the Convent.
Take your chum to the "Elite" Ice
Cream Parlois, finest let. cie.un soda
in the city only 10 cents a glass. 2-lw
Fuesh rolls and dougluuitH and a
line cup of cofl'co you can get every
morning at tho "Elite" Ice Cream
Pallors. 5-1 m
L. J. Levey will hold a sale of fur
niture removed to his salesroom for
convenience on Muy 20th, ut 10
J. T. WATEKHOUfeE's No. 10 store,
Fort street, received by the Austialia
the latest styles in ladies' hats. Call
mid see Ilium.
Delicious codec and chocolate will
bo soivcd every muming early ut tho
Palace Ico Cream Pinion., Ludwigscn,
&, Oion, Hotel street. 1-tf
All knights riualilied are request
ed to be pieseut ut Castlo Hull of
Mystic Lodge thiH evening, when the
amplified tliiid tank will be conferred.
A jmooD of half giown ducks have
strayed onto No. 4 Homestead pre
mises, Kukui btieet. The owner will
pleaso cull and take them away.
Get your tioots and shoes mado
and lopaiicd by tho old Wuiluku
ehouiuuker, E. Toennieb, on East
Hotel btieet. Firbt-class woik, low
pi ices. 4.-M
Oujt sliurbot eoda beats all your cold
iliinks, Wo have a patent on this
lino drink; buwaiu of imitations; 10
cunts u glass at tho "Elite" Ico Cream
Geo, W. DeLotig Post No. 45, Dop.
Cul,, G. A. It., will hold a bpeciul
meeting on Thursday evening in con
nection with tho observation of Mem
orial Day, Muy UOili,
The Golden liulu Bazar oilers for
Mile the latest inducement in the Do
mestic sewing machine; also beauti
fully bound books. Peruse its ndver
tiseinent inJo-d'O''"! paper.
Dkebsmakiko, Cutting and Fitting
done ut ladies' houses. Peifect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Hero-
tunia Btreet, or Mutual telephone (190,
befoie 8 a. m. or 5:110 p, m. 8-Uin
The best spring medicine is a (lose
or two of St. Patrick'. Pills. They
not only physic but demise the whole
system and purify tbe blood. For
sale by lietibou, Smith Co., Agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, .'1 p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind light west.
Tendkrr for siipplies(u the Oahu
Prison will close at noon to-niomny,.
Tin: Buixktin seems to ho right in
Ihu "Hwim" and cotilinuus to furnish
thu news. .
"Comment on Sports" appears in
ti'du's Bulletin illusiiatod by out
The sale of thu fuiuiiuie of Dr. C.
T. Uodgeis will take place next Fii
day, May ilOilr.
Next Tuesday will bo Muy 24th,
Queen Victoii i'a ImiliiUy. The boat
race will be tho chief uttiaution.
Mn. II. J. Noltk of the Beaver Sa
loon, has leceived samples of tobacco
from which pet cigarettes are made.
The Canadians won the internation
al tug-of-war championship in San
Francisco lately, defeating tho Scotch
The bark H. Hackfeld will com
mence bailing at Liverpool about
June 1st for this port, and will sail
about Julv 1st.
The ilagpolo which has been stand
ing in the government building yard
lor years has1 been lowered owing to
the base having rotted.
Notwithstanijino the inclement
weather the combined concort at the
Hawaiian Hotel last night was en
joyed by a large number of people.
The marines and bluejackets of the
U. S. F. S. San Francisco landed to
day for battalion drill on the Plains.
They numbered about 180 men all
The cabin and steerage berths of
tho Austialia, to sail for San Francis
co on Tuesday next, have been all
taken, and no moie could be hud to
Dn. Miner says he does not intend
to enter any horse or mule either, in
the lllh ol June races at Kapiolani
Park. It must have beon a. donkey
who said he hai bored such an idea.
J. F. Morgan will hold an auction
bale of household furniture at the resi
dence of Mrs. J. D. Tucker on Nuu
unu street to-morrow ut 10 o'clock.
A good chance to secure a set of good
Mrs. Buown, wife of Admiral Brown
of the U. S. F. S. Sun Francisco, and
son return to the Slates on the steam
er Australia next Tuesday. Master
Hugh Brown has improved consider
ably from hie recent injury.
The dredge will be connected with
shore by a Mutual telephone to bo
laid when she commences operations
again. The dredge will have no more
use for her whistle, awakening the
echoes of tho night with its shrill
ness. Tun Royal Hawaiian orchestra had
rehearsal in conjunction with the
Ovide Musiu Concert Company in the
Opera House this morning. The first
concert will be to-morrow evening
and the indication aresthere will be a
The yacht on the 5-niasted schoon
er Louis, leported and described in the
Bulletin tho day after the schooner's
arrival, was launched yesterday and
will take a spin in the harbor to-day
or to-morrow, according to weather.
The yacht was considered the fastest
in Melbourne harbor, Australia.
Senator Sherman has introduced a
joint resolution requesting the Pres
ident to invite the governments of
Mexico ntral and South America,
liuyti, Santo Domingo and Hawaii to
send official delegates to the meeting
of the Pun American Congress to be
held iu Washington, D. C, in Septem
C. Brewer fc Co. were the owners
of the bark Arctic, who with tho offi
cers and crew stand a good show of
getting $23,500 from Congress, as
compensation and rewilid for that
vessel's services in rescuing 176 whal
ing men up North in 1871. The mus
ter of the Arctic was Hon. A. N.
Tripp, now jailor of Oahu Prison.
A letter appeared in Tuesday's
Advertiser signed "A. Hutchison,"
discussing the question of a reading
room, etc., at tho Leper Settlement.
Ae many people are under the im
pression that the writer of the letter
is Mr. A. Hutchinson, sculptor, all
may us well be informed that such is
not the case. Tho letter writer iu
question is well-known to old resi
dents. GOING AWAY.
Tho following passengers are book
ed to leave for San Francisco by the
Australia, at the oIce of W. G.
Irwin & Co. ;
Mrs Boswick, Mis9 Paluni, Miss
Sill, V C Forester, J II Wood, A B
Torry, L B Ilogue, T J flirch, T S
Soutuwick, B II Hawks, Mr and Mrs
C L Goddard, Dr O T Rodgers and
wife, W F Wilson, Geo A Miyick,
Miss Sampson, Miss J I'aulsell, Miss
Annie Nott, Mrs Jas Welch and son,
F Godhe, Mrs J D Tucker, 3 child
ren and niuid, Mrs A E Wilson, Mrs
J E Goddard, O Swain and wife,
Miss L Moore, Miss E Moore, Miss
V Gilliland, Mrs Cunha anil child,
Mrs E S Cunha and child, Julius
Antlion, wife and 3 children, W
Grumhagen, G W Haas, Mrs SAC
Cans, Mrs Lieut pyar and wife, Mrs
Kirklaud, Mrs UC Spalding, Mrs
John Dewey, Miss Kauffman, W P
Toler and wife, M Thompson, Hon P
Isenberg, Dr Claik, Mrs W II Brown,
Miss Isenberg, Mrs C Carpenter,
Miss Wait, MUs Kirketorp. F V Mc
Donald and wife, Col Spalding, Mr
Brooks, J Shirley, Hon C H Bishop,
Mrs Admiral Brown and son, W J
Ritchie und wife, Mis R Ilalstead,
Miss B Ilalstead, Mrs Dixon, Mrs E
Norton, Miss Gould, Mrs Fletcher
Lower freight rates are likely to
bring some forty million bushels of
I grain to market in the States.
If the man who said the Crescents
did not put up a good game of ball
last Saturday will visit the gallery of
portraits of base ball cranks he will
find his picture turned toward the
The kids practised two weeks with
a view to win a game from a club
composed of men who acknowledge
no pects in their ability to play ball.
Very few people had any idea that
the game would result as it did,
though it was of course expected
that the contest would be close. But
thero was an undercurrent of self
satisfaction running in the breast of
each individual kid that made him
think it was impossible for his nine
to lose. Lionel Hurt had a "hunch"
that way, for he remarked before the
game that "the ilonolulus couldn't
win," while the giants did not think
the matter worth considering. They,
too, had practised bull a half dozen
times duriug the week and the boys
caught flies, picked up grounders
and ran buses in a way that con
vinced them that they could beat
anything from a carpet to the San
Jose nine. But they couldn't.
The first innings gave the kids two
runs through Hay Wodehouse's al
lowing a ball batted by Nakuina to
pass between his No. 10 shoes. For
the kids to get two men over the
home plate in a game with the giants
was, to say the least, encouraging
their friends settled back in their
seats feeling that Crescent stock had
gone up fifty percent. Their field
ing pleased their admirers still more ;
it was a forcible illustration of the
advantages of good practice.
Angus had al
most perfect con
trol of tiic ball
and he sent it to
the batsmen in a
way that fooled
the be.st of them.
His delivery was
steady and seem
ingly without ef
fort but with dis
astrous results to
the "big fellows."
Willis gave better support during
the game than in either of the pre
vious ones and has by his good play
ing placed himself on an equality
with the other members of the nine.
Soper at first base made a very cre
ditable showing, but his habit of
striking at a ball a foot or more from
the end ol the stick will materially
affect his batting average at the end
of the season. Soper will catch
any ball thrown or batted to him,
but when one is thrown over his head
as it was on Saturday by Willie Wil
der the runner is pretty sure to get
his base. - It would be a good idea if
tha boys could wear stilts o as to
take auything up to seven feet in the
air. Chris.' Holt
distinguished him- 9
self at left field by
taking the fly balls
when they were sent
to his territory. Ho
made one error,
however, in not
running up to thu
first one sent to
him hud he gone
ten feet further he
could have caught
the hall and put his
man out. Wilder,
Hart and Lishmau
made a solid front
along the third line in the diamond
as well as ut tho bat, though Lishmau
allowed a bull to pass between his
feet. Perhaps the weakest man in
the nine, both at the bat ami iu the
field, is Frank Wood. Having been
left out in the second game he mny
not have felt like devoting time to
practice while theie was a possibility
of his being thrown out when the
game was culled, but he should
keep at it anyhow; if his hcuit is
with his club he will work with the
members when they go out to prac
tice. There seems to bo a division of
opinion as to Lemon's abi'ity to pitch.
He certainly made a creditable show
ing on Saturday even though he did
not last but eight innings. He struck
out the same number of men' as did
Angus, and his delivery of the ball
was almost asv effective. Leuiou Iiub
in him material for a good pitcher
and before the season is over will
show the people that he is worthy of
their good opinion. It is ridiculous
to say that his pitching was the cause
of the defeat of the Houolulus: the
fact is he had poor support from the
other members of the time excepting,
perhaps, Lucas in the out field. II.
Woduhouse seemed to be in a trance
through the major part of the game
and did not come out of it until ho
was struck with a.foul bull during an
inning when he 0ad Lucas were
coaching the runucrs aud trying to
c - "" 5
T he only
three base hit
undo by Hart
which w o n
for him re
pi nisi; fiom
ever y o n e
Next Satuiday the Ilonolulus and
Kamehamelias piny their second
gan.e and the Giants aivu it out that
the, ill win. It is hoped that the
injury to Davis will not stop him
from the game; his support ut first
is something the students cannot af
ford to be without If Mahuka goes
into the box. The remaining dcys
will be devoted to practice by both
clubs. No confidence is violated"
when It is suggested that the Giants
have Lemon pitch the ball to thorn
and see how many men he can fan
out. This will be a great benefit to
him when Saturday comes along.
The Crescents must understand
that their victory last Saturday does
not give them the championship.
They have taken a step towards that
end and to tike another will require
the same good practice they have had
duiing the past two weeks. Having
defeated tho Ilonolulus by excellent
fielding they may, if they will prac
tice, achieve the ame result in their
next game with tho students; let
them go at it with a determination to
win aud face Mahuka, or Meheula,
whichever it may be, with the same
confidence they felt when they met
Lemon and the game is theirs.
Of tho individuals composing the
crew-, Sorenson, of the Myrtles,
131 lbs., is a cool and careful sltokc.
Ho pulls a strong oar and seems to
feel that hi3 crew is quite up to the
mark. He is well backed by Arm
strong No. o, 140 lbs., who pulls the
strongest oar in tho boat. Though
at times he is prone to "jerk."
Angus, at 4, weighing 140 lbs., is
"the right man in tho right place."
Crane at 3, 138 lbs., is the new boy
in the crew, though he is by no means
a freshman, as can be seen by the
way he has fallen into the "swing"
of the crew.
Giles at 2 is the light weight. The
manner in which ho handles his oar
is a credit to him. Ho has shown
himself capable of holding on to the
The "bow" oar, Dexter, 127 lbs.,
is, for his size, as lough as any in
Each member has "trained" to
perfection, and the crew, as a junior,
could make a first-class showing any
where. It would be dillicult to review the
Healani crew individually, as there
are three boys, "freshmen," who
have not yet been tried. The crew
weighs about 2G lbs. more than the
Myrtles aud is as follows:
Ward, stroke 140lbs.
Holt, 5 1511bs.
Walker, 4 129lbs.
Atkinson, 3 1401bs.
Walker, 2 18111)9.
Woods, bow 1371bs.
They have not got down to "crew"
work. Theslrength is undoubtedly
there, but must be used as a whole.
The boys mu9l follow their "stroke"
if they would make any showing on
May 2ith. Holt at second stroke
ably supports Ward, and the rest of
the crew must follow iu "time."
Atkinson has been moved from 5
to 3 and pulls prettily though not
Next Tueiday the boat race will be
rowed, and as the day is not a holi
day but a busy day, with the depar
ture of the Island and California!)
steamers, the boys have decided to
row about 5:30 p. m. The crews are
both giving very careful attention to
their work aud no doubt will concen
trate every spare ounce of energy for
the next week on the oar. The Myr
tle crew is rowing a more even stroke
and is, if anything, improved. The
Healani crew should pull more to
gether and pay more attention to
time and their stroke if they want
tho new boat to win her first race.
Prior to the race the new Healani
boats will be named: the six-oared
race boat aud tho four-oared pleasure
boat lately presented to tho Club by
Mr. Palmer Woods.
It is said that'the Misses Wide
matin, Mollie Atkinson and Bulla
Woods will break the bottle cham
pagne or soda.
Now that Geo. Ashley has provided
comfortable quarters at Remond
Giovc, where ludics and gentlemen
may procure delicious morsels for
lunch, the advantages of Pearl Har
bor as a racing course have been
largely inci eased. Heretofore the
great objection to that course was
lack of accommodation but as "Loch
View" has materialized the comfort
of thu patrons of racing is assured.
The track was opened to momhers
of the Association last week aud is in
fairly good shape, one or two soft
spots that are now noticeable will be
put in the right condition before rac
Hon. J. A. Cummins' stable c.inio
from Waimunulo Inst Thursday aud
tho horses are quartered for the pres
ent at Puwaa but will bo taken to the
track quarters in a few days. Tho
stable consists of Tra yuler, I voi y , Yum
Yum and Hot Stuff. The stock is in
most excellent condition and will,
beyond a doubt, make their rivals
work hard ; Yum Yum is as full of
life and ginger as ever; Queen L, tho
bluck lilly (dam Angle A., sue blau
ford), is well enough but looks a hit
low iu Hcbh. Ivory appears to be iu
oven better condition than she did
last year. Hot Stuff is as flue as a
fiddle and it will tako wonderful run
ning for any horse to beat him. As
a whole tho stable is in fine condition.
If Kmperor does not start in tho race
the public will bo disappointed.
Major Cornwell received four
horses from tho Kealia stables last
week hut will return three of them
on account of his inability to get, them
iu shape for the races. He will Start
Anierino, one nf the bust three-year
olds in the Kingdom. The Major's
stablu now uhimsI of six horses:
Lord Brock, Johnny Hayward, Wai
knpu Maul, Hi ly C, Amcrino aud
Duke, mid even uuu is in good eon
J'l'in t 'n will piohiibly train his
o' li'ifi Ihi vc !'. Senator Slan
fnnl of cniii-M' !!'ll ho the favotitc.
Ill-, rn'oid last e.ir at Kuliillui dc
fo.tiing all comets iu three races in
one da puts him iu a position to de
mand the aUonlioii of people whose,
laste run towaid horse lacing, lie
ran a mile tiyiiinst Oscurios, Ivory,
J. A. C. and Klector, and beat them
without half trying. Mr. Gay will
al-o have the hind, marc Lolokulani
who heat Mirpiise half mile heals
IumI year in ol seconds both heats
and who defeated Carlotta at a quar
ter and half mile. These animals are
IlaWaiian bred and compare faor
ably with any of the imported stock.
Duke Spencer is a very sick horse
and will not be a starter on tho 11th.
II. L. Gilliland will probably enter
his mule a slippery bird in the
mule race. Mr. Uu, her trainer, is
well known to tho visitors of the
Dr. Rowat lias a line bay mare
which he may bo induced to put in
the races. She exercises daily and
is in Al condition.
The sports go out to the track
every morning for the . purpose of
getting pointers and some of them
will get theni in a way that tips arc
The great interest in tennis at pre
sent is the coming tournament at
Punahou, a week fiom to-day, and
continuing on Thursday and Fiiday
afternoons aud the whole of Satur
day. On Wednesday will be the
doubles for the championship of thu
Oahu' College Lawn Tennis Club.
There aie six cutiius, Atherton Bros.,
Cook Bros., Watcrhouse Bros., Judd
and Wood, Brown and Hyde, and
Hapai and Rico. Wood and Judd
ought to win, as Wood has had thu
expetiencc of four years in college,
during which he played many games
and entered for the championship of
Wesley. Judd has played as long as
any of the other boys. The others,
though, mean that the' shall have to
work for it, if they want to "got
there." The majority of games
played with them in practice have
been G-5, 0-4. Good sets may there
fore be expected. In singles, there
are eleven entries, J. Q Wood, A.
Atherton, C. Cook, O. Hyde, F.
Atherton, W. Brown, A. Judd, J. P.
Waterhouse, G. Watcrhouse, W.
Rice, C. Rice. "They say," the
prize lies between the first four,
though as "tho unexpected always
happens," it will not bo surprising if
one of the others named should walk
off with it. A good inany think it
would be wrong for Mr. Wood to
enter, as ho has played so much more
than the rest. There is no one who
can beat him if he is iu good prac
tice. The courts are a little uneveu yet
owing to the absence of facilities for
rolling. If the steam roller should
wander out in the direction of the
college the engineer will icceive an
enthusiastic reception and be invited
to turn her loose over thu ground.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the games.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Ciirnui' Porl iS: Klnir Kli'iiolH,
J. T. Waterhouse
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which causes a strike of a different character.
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cause it docs its work butter than anv pi v in the Kingdom ; the diuft is
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CONS'IITUriNG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOLiT STREETS,
IN 18fi!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
fate, Cafel Milking, UpholMig & Uuderlukiug
Ituslni'ss In Honolulu aiu still extant, ami Urn Inislnc-is Uu originator ami
picscnt prnpileinr liuro in stay. Having purch iod the onUiu lutuiest of
tho late linn of II. II, Wllllanii, A; Co., uuiiipiUItu; the laigct Block of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; piluelpilly Mleeted by 11. II. Williams riming his laio tluee
inoiiilu,' villi to the dml, I now offer llils slock and Inline additions for
CASH at piict's imieli le than liciutuloru charged.
Idy Tho undersigned iu le-muilu;: li' old plaee and business would irsjiot't
fully lender Ills grateful Iliinks- fur tho liheial pution.igu of old friends ol this
and neighboring IhIiiiiiI, and hopes to nieiil a eoiitinuauut) of their favors while
soliciting a fih.tic fiom new fiimula; and again offeiit hi cervices ill
Moving: Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Ciuuful Men wiih bultahlu Appniattiri.
Matting of Superior Qjality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
Ear PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES.
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f-AND FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET RATES. Of
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" .1. I). K. & Z. do ('20 bottlub o.iuh).
" U. & S. KliV llKANI) (sumll whito bottles).
' do do (small black bottles).
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