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FIJI DAY, MAY 20, 1892.
Stmr W O Hull from Maul unU Hawaii
Stair Walaleale from ll;im:tkti:i
USS Thetis. Bolter, from S.in Frauoisco
Nor tsri; Duto for Port Townsend
Sclir Kiilamanu for llumakuii '
Stmr Jas Makee for ICauai at 4 n in
bchr Molwahino for Ivohala
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
titmr nawail 6705 bags sugar and 00
Sclir Sarah & Eliza 150:1 bags lice.
Sehr KHivallaui 910 bags lice.
Stair V Q Hall 5Jlo bags sugar, 78 bgs
coffee, 1U bags awa, 47 head cattle
unu Jou pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hull, May au Col S Nimls, M Ttiump
f.on, Geo V Haas, A Godbie, Mrs fcivl
vester, .1 M Momarrat, T C Willi, Mis
Gould. 11 W Yeats, g Okots, Mrs
Holmes, O V BrlowiU, J 11 Waipiillani
and wife, J Nawabi, W White, J N Ka
p.iliu ami wife, ,1 S Hoapili, O Apiki, .1
M White, Haueborg, Yec CJhong. Miss
Kup.ihu, AVKreos, Mis Kola, W Gruen
hager, W hlurley, W Hurled, Mrs
urth. C Miriek, J M Notloy, P W
Burtlett, J Todd, I 11 Sherwood, Miss M
lloliiie-s, O Kai-cr, II Eldredge, A M
Kckau, Ako and fiG dock.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN P0RI.
USB San Fiancisco, llear-dmlral
Brown, fiom San Diego
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South hea Islands
Am ship J U Potter, Meyer, from New
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, from San Fran
ciaco Am 6-m sclir Louis, Hatch, from New
castle. N S W
Am 4-instd sclir Carrier Dove, Brandt,
from Newcastle-. NSW
Am bktne Foiet Queen, Nelson, from
Am bktne SN Castle, Hubbaid, from sail
Am bk Elsinore, Perkins, from New
castle, N S W
Br ship Beuiuorc, .Jenkins, from Liver
pool Nor bk Poseidon, Bjornson, from New
castle, N S W
Ship Columbia from San Francieo
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiel, Mori, from Japan
B M S S Mariposa, Hayward, from Su
Francisco, .lime :1
S S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, 'May 4
Am Milp Paetolue, Beadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk huiiiutra, Thomas, from New
Ger bk J U I'lluger, from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, fiom Livcipool, Juuo
Haw bk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
lluw ship Helen Brewer, from GliiBgow,
duo Aug 15
Nor bk Iliivtrueii, Eviingcu, from New
Am bk Muigaiet from Newcastle, NSW
Bntbk Veiltas from Newcastle, N S W
Bk tiietii from Newcastle, N S W
Thu bark Sonoma will sail for San
Frunci'-co noxt week.
The bark John O Pohvr bus finished
dlBcliaigiug hereiugoof eoid and will
loud with biigar for Sail Francisco.
The Norwegian brig Date sailed yes
terdav hi ballast for l'uget Soiuul.
The steamer Kinau will letiiin from
Hawaii next Tuesday In order to con
nect with thu Australia,
GALT-OAKTKB In Nuunnu Valley,
by Jtev. II. II, Parker, .John B. Quit
und MIbs Agues Carter.
IJJJ'.HWJIU. 11411 uuiuiitiio, o,ny li;,
liu-j, Mrs. K. S, GjciiJriiui, lieu
Aiigusto Dtilclimuuu, of Muua,
tr Tho funeral will take plaen at 4
p. m. on Sutiudiiy, May 21st, fiom tho
rcbldeaco of Mr. C. Bollu ouJudd street.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pil'8- 'ruv
not only physio but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. "For
bale by Buiibon, Smith & Co., Agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tr. band will play iitQufon Einiiia
hall Ihis ovt'iiing.
To-day has been ono of tho most
exciting for homo time.
Thk lloUunuii Newspaper Co. hold
a meeting the other day and re-elected
Koink Co. No. 1 will give their
foreman, Robert More, a iceeption at
I he hall this evening.
Tin; Horrul mam Unit ariived about
a month njio on tho Aiictruliii vn
iliivoii n mile on ihu Hack est rduy
Thk Auiir.ih.tn yacht w.m lukcn
out for a tiial I rip in II iw.iiiim watt-is
by Captain lliiteli of the Louis, yes
'I uk Bleaini'i V. (J. Hull whiuh ai
rived tliis afternoon brought from
Ivoini, 1 1 n wan, besides other article.--,
78 bugs of coffee.
A Chinaman iituncd Ah Kuin wiu
lined if25 this morning in the Police
Court for ast-ault and battery on u
fellow countryman on May lSiii.
J. F. Moho.yn will hold a sale of a
house lot with buildings at Mukiki at
his salesroom to-inorrotv at noon. A
good chance to get iv homestead.
Mn. E. II. F. Wolters asserted at
the Police Station that ho was as
saulted htBt night by an engineer.
The engineer was arrested and tried
in the Police Court this morning,
when ho was fou id not guilty and
Mit. Harry Purdy.a carpenter work
ing for Mr A. II. Smith, met with it
severe accident the other day which
will confine him to his room for some
time. He fell on" a. seailbldiug and
broke one of bib ribs, as well as receiv
ing injury in the back.
INTERNATIONAL BOAT RAGE.
.Merchant Vi-hscIs In I'urt to Try
;oni'.luniiiiN..-UniititiuN to Nti-er
Tlu-lr Own Itoptn.
There will be an exciting boat race
to-morrow evening between live and
six o'clock in the harbor, the boats
of the following vessels contesting:
Sonoma, Elsinore, J. C. Potter, Ben
more, Louis, Forest Queen, S. N.
Castle and Cariier Dove. The race
will be from the can buoy in the
harbor to and around the bell buoy
und return. The crafts will be ship's
boats and with four or five oarsmen,
each captain having to steer his own
boat. Captain Lee is thus consider
ably handicapped, as he weighs a
hundred pounds heavier than any of
the other captains. However, he
says-he has the crew and the money
Considerable excitement has been
caused since the ratification of this
mutch and a large crowd will Hock
to-morrow to the city front to wit
ness this, what might be termed,
Lieutenant Tilley of the U. S. I
S. Sau Francisco has kindly con
sented to follow the boats in a
launch and see that fair play is main
tained. The different crews, al
though only having a few days' prac
tice, are in good mettle.
The prizes will be 100 to the
first, $40 to the second and $20 to
And the Lord said, "Let there be
Light," then what in tbc name of
common sense is the matter with the
lighting of the Opera House? It was
last night, and has been for the last
twelve months, the worst lighted
theater that I ever sat in. Is it
ignorance, stupidity, laziness, or
worst of all, ill-judged economy?
With the magnificent musical enter
tainment of last night, which was
graced by all tho beauty and intelli
gence of the Honolulu four hundred,
it was painful alike to the eyes and
senses to feel that lovely women,
handsome costumes, and all that goes
to make a theater like a flower gar
den in its zenith, was hidden by a
vile blinking light that threatened
every moment to go out and leave
us in total darkness, with all the con
comitant horrors of a stampede,
which is the natural consequence of
such an accident. I am informed
that the lights did go out without any
notice, last night, but fortunately
about five minutes after the house
was cleared. Let the management
tuke pattern by the Hawaiian Hotel.
Keep up with the times. Although
everyone was deljghted with the per
formance, the pleasure was marred
by the dread of darkness. Ana
themas on the manager and the gas
man! ' An Old Thespian.
United Stales Attorney Mays at
Portland lias received instructions
fiom the Department of Justico to
begin suit against the Southern Pa
cific Company to decide the title to a
tract of land, in Washington pounty,
Oregon, on which are about five hun
dred settlers, mnny of whom have
patents to their claims. The land
I grant of twenty miles on each side
1 of the road from Portland to Forest
Grove and thence to McMinnville ov
erlapped where the road turned from
I'orest Grove at a right angle, aud
the company claim a tract outside of
this tingle to complete their grunt.
A traveling man who chanced to
ho in the store of E. y. Wood, at
McKees JJocks, Pa., suys while, he
was wuiting to see Mr. Wood, a Jitjlle
girl cutnu in njtii mi empty hotllu la
beled Chamberlain's Pain liiilm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumalibin she
over used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
The mercenary wuUlon daps n.P,t
wuilt the turth but she would like the
mm HILO AWAKENING TO A
THE CABLE SURVEY.
ThR U. S. Survey
Thetis Arrives in
Tho Line a Favorablo Ono from
Point Concepcion to Hiic
Ofncers of the "Thetis.
The United State? survey steamer
Thetis arrived in port this morning
from llilo, Hawaii, which port she
left on Tuesday. The Thetis left
Point-Concepcion, California, April
20th, to survey a cable line to the
Hawaiian Islands, and arrived at
Hilo on May 13th. During the sur
vey three hundred soundings were
made and founc very favorable. The
soundings made were ten miles apart
but in some places this distance was
reduced to two miles. There was one
deviation owing to a reef, but that
was easily overcome. The survey is,
hut for this slight curve, on a straight
line, and as Captain Keiter assured a
Bulletin reporter, was a better line
than that made by the U. S. S. Alba
tross. The deepest sounding was
3200 fathoms, or about three and a
half miles. One hundred miles off
Hilo the connection was abandoned
and the vessel steamed into Hilo
bay. The Thetis left on Monday
evening und, picking up where she
relinquished the survey, finished tkc
line. With the exception of thu de
viation mentioned the survey was in
a straight line.
It is perhaps a good idea to have
the cable laid to Hilo, as the island
news could be sent on to Honolulu.
The capital will have connection any
way with the cable, so that it is just
as well that the cable is (aid there,
so say the Thetis people.
The U. S. S. Thetis will remain
here ten days to take in coal and pro
visions, when she will make an addi
tional survey over the same route.
Unlike the Albatross the Thetis has
no aquarium on board, bit the ves
sel's company keep samples of sand
and mud taken up from the deep
The Thetis is somewhat like the
Pensacola, reminding one" of the an
cient style of ships, but has all the
comforts of a home on the ocean
She is anchored on the Ewa side of
the U. S. F. S. San Francisco. Fol
lowing is a list of lierofllcers:
Commander G. C. Keiter, U. S.
Lieutenants John II. Moore, U.
S. N., Executive Ofllcer; J. W.
Stewart, U. S. N., Navigator; D. S.
Nelson, U. S. N., W. L. Uronaugh,
U. S. N., J. II. L. Uolcombe, U. S.
Ensigns S. Morgan and II. E.
Parmenter, U. S. N.
Passed Assistant Engineer Wm.
Rowbotham, U. S. N.
Paymaster W. W. Gait.
Surgeon Win. Martin.
Mr. Wm, C. Roe, a machinist in
the Honolulu Iron Works, has ob
tained a United Slates putent for 17
years, for an improved lathe center.
He has also applied for a patent in
Great Britain, and, by a letter from
a brother there, he has heard, that
the Engineer periodical lias mention
ed his patent The explanation given
by tho inventor of his new device
makes it appear a useful article, the
want of which in machine shops has j
been long felt. Ihe following des
cription is from the specifications
filed with the application:
"The object of the invention is to
provide a new and improved station
ary lathe-center which is simple and,
durable in construction and, arranged
tq supplynlie point and the Work re
volving thereon with a Iuh,ricaut tq
rpdtice the friction between the work
anil pint Ul a, tniniuuiui, und there
by keep the point of thu center true
ntid accurately round during the
lime the work is revolving on the
center, thug producing perfectly
turned work and keeping the journal
hearings from heating out,"
PitEBSMAKiNq, Cutting aud Kitting
()()0 ut Indies' limit's, Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 711 Hero
tania street, or Mutual telephone li'JU,
before 8 a, m, or 5 :30 p, m. 8-3iu
VX' al M n 'tm&yC'
HIGH GLASS MUSIC.
Urllllnnt Triumph uf Slnns. aitinln
The Opera House was crowded to
the rear walls last night, on the occa
sion of the first appearance of Mous.
Musin, the famous violinist, and com
pany. It was Inn (I to think of any
lover of music in Honolulu society
and not find him or her thurc. Local
professionals and amateurs in vocal
and instrumental mu-ic were out in
force. A considerable proportion of
the audience was in evening dress,
making the assembly a gay and
brilliant one. Her Majesty was in
the royal box, with His Ex. Gov
Clcghorn and Prince Kalanianaole.
The program was as follows :
1 Overture Scmiramide. . . .Rossini
Uoyal Hawaiian Bind.
2 Valse Fiom Gounod's Faust. .
3 Brilliant Bird F. David
Annie. Louise Musin.
4 Souvenir de Haydn Leonard
5 lteverio Sentimental Alberti
Boyul Hawaiian Band.
G Variations for Soprano and Vio
Annie Louise Musin and Ovide Musin.
7 Soli for Piano
a. Norwegian Biidal Procession. .
(passing by) Grieg
b. Mazurka Godard
c. Bigaudon Itufl1
8 Songs for Soprano
a. Open thy bluo;eyes . . ) Masse-
b. List lo the voice of youth) net
Annie Louisu Musin.
0 Bravura Variations,
On a theme of Kossiui On one
single hiring Pagauini
Ovido Musi ii.
10 March For Orchestra Prin
cess Boyal Meyer
Koyul Hawaiian Band.
The Royal Band at full strength
with string outfit played all its num
bers well, receiving its full quota of
Mr. Scharf had not played a bar
until he was discerned to be a master
of the piano. He performed the
most intricate passages with a facility
that made his art forgotten ami left
the auditors nothing but to be en
chanted with the composer's full con
ceptions. At the close of his first
number the audience insisted on
having more. Mr. Scharf is a de
lightful accompanist, whose intolli
gence in that line, it is hoped, will
not be lost upon local players, some
of whom at times seem to get lost in
the idea lliut the accompaniment is
the chief tiling.
Madame Annie Louise Musin en
tranced the audience with a voice of
rare quality under perfect control.
Her soprano is of a silver-bell tex
ture, flexible as the tones of a violin.
The variations for soprano and violin
rendered by Madame and Mons. Mu
sin was a most charming musical
Mons. Musin did not discredit one
iota of the great fame that preceded
him. Ills manipulation of the violin
is indeed beyond any ordinary criti
cism. Alternately the air would lie
surcharged with exquisite harmonies
and take on the stillness of a calm
summer evening with soft celestial
strains not breaking but stealing
through it. In short Mr. Musiu's
performance is only to be heard, not
descrihed. It curried Honolulu's
musical ear lust night by magic rather
than by violence. The artist's mas
tery of his instrument is so complete
that the bow in his hand seems to bo
the wand of a musician commanding
midsummer night's dreams from in-.
visible realms. His single string
performance was astonishing, not for
its kind but its quality, the auditors
holding their breath to drink in the
There will he another opportunity
of hearing the great violinist and his
company on Saturday evening.
This is only to remind you that TO-MORROW
will be a good time to visit our Store,
We are selling Goods at and below cost
for TWO WEEKS ONLY !
A QUESTION OF DISTANCES.
The article in your paper last
evening on the cable survey is a lit
tle misleading on the matter of dis
tances. Point Concepcion, Monterey,
the Golden Gate, and Cape Mendo
cino, are practically all at the same
distance from Maknpuu Point, on the
cast point of Oahu. Point Concep
cion and Monteiuy are also at an
qual distance from Hilo. The near
est points on the American Continent
to these islands are Point Reyes and
Point Arenas, both north of San
C. J. McCautiiv has lots on
street fot Mile.
A ItEWAIll) is ofleied for tile recoveiy
of a pair of eyo-glasiM's.
Aitkk shaving u.--o Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
C. J. Fishel announces u khIc of
goods at and below cost for two weeks
SuNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at tho "Elite" Ice Cream
. "Wnr.iiK shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, tame old place, the
Fhesii rolls and doughnuts and a
line cup of cofl'ee you can get every
morning at tlu'"Elito" Ice Cream
Puilors. fi-Ini '
Engine Co. No. 1 will bold a special
meeting this evening, for the purpose
of tendering a iceeption to Foieman
The regular weekly sale of horses
will take place in Mr. DowscU'h yard
Saturday at noon, Mr. Levey being
Delicious codec and chocolate will
be t-orved every morning early at the
I'alace Ice Cicam Pallors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel htieet. 1-tf
The Diaphragm Shutter, tho very
latest improvement in photographic
upphaances, is announced aud illus
trated by Hollister &Co.
Get your mints and shoes made
and repaiicd by the old W.iiluku
shoemaker, L. Tol.nniks, on E.iii
Hotel stiei-t. Fiibl-ohifcrt woik, low
Ouu slicibet boda beats all youi cold
drinks. Wo have a patent on this
fine drink; beware of imitations; 10
cunts a glass at the "Elite" Ico Cream
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
i Cfirncr Fort fe JtlilU Htroots.
OHAS. J. BBHEL.
A JMG STRIKE !
T I M AMf IN "fliU
Win ii labor and capital f;ii out then comes n strike. When good
material comes to the hands of the biainy workman an article is produced
which causes a strike of u different ehaiaetcr.
Out biggest stiil'c uis u.a.lc with tl HENDRY BREAKER," be
cause it docs its work belter than any pin in the Kingdom ; the draft is
so light that It is but child's play to ha- die i iml tho parts are so strong
and well put together, that it will i ' ui Hip toughest kind of soil.
You'll strike it right if you buy one of i.. i.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE 00,
Fort street, oppo. f-preokels' Bank, Honolulu.
rV 11 JL3
DIAPHRAGM SHUTTER !
Is the very latvst achii enieiit in
i ne.-e mn iii.Hs, wii-
Vf, A. feed Plates
AND the ntw
AltE FOU SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO .
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
104 Fort tstrejt, Honolulu.
Choice Millinery !
WE HAVE THE VEHY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques ! '
NEW TRIMMINGS! NEW RIBBONS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
ear FOR I WEEK ONLY "a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Iff I ll'JT - r.s
Hi 'tf ) Z-.r-.I
CONS'HTUriN'Q THE "1'IONEEIl" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IX 1859 BY O. K. WILLIAMS FOB CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making L'iliolslering- & Uudertukiofr
Business in Honolulu tuo still extant, and the bushier, Its originator ami
present pioprietor heie lo stay. Ilavliu pureh.i-t'il the entire iiiteroit of
the late Hi in of 11. il. Wllllanir & Co,, eouipiiahi tho laiest aloek of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; piiuelpilly suleetcil by 11. 11. William durliu; his Into three
mouth)-' lit to thu Oast, 1 now offer this nioek and ttmiie addition- for
CASH at piiees iiiiieh less than heielotoio charged.
lojr Thu undersigned In resiuulu his old plaee ami husiiie would respect
fully tender lili grateful thanks for tho liberal patioiuigo of old frleudn o( this
and nei;libi)ilii lnlautl, and hopes to ineili a coiithiiiauco of their favors while
soliciting a Muiio from now friends; and again offein bin ervlecs in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Kxpeiieueeil and Careful Mon with .Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Luid by Competent Men I
ST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "
JUST RECEIVED Ex. "BENMORE"
jErAND FOB SALE AT LOWEST MARKET RATES. 0T
Cjihh J. & N. OIil" GENEVA (doublo berried).
" .1. I). K. & Z. do (2U bottlos each).
' 1$. & S. KI3V IlIiAND (small while bottles,).
' do do (small blaelc hollies).
Also, Foster's Porter in. Quarts and Pints.
1-.OVI32.TOV -Sc CO.,
"Kostur Block," 10 Xuuuim Mieut, Huuoluhi,
j$h t. xat t (m mi) fioyalr o. uox i.
km Jjti.r MiauM
i$if'Xi..ytS St. P, tl .
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