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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1892.
Kit: hay, Sept. '-'.
Stinr W Q llnll from Hawaii and llaui
Slinr .Taiiii'S Mak from Kauai
Batiihiiay, Sent. 3.
Stinr Kilauoa lion from Moloknl
Stinr Waiinnnalo from Maui and Molokai
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stinr James Jlnlu-u for Uanalei anil Hana-
niaulu at 1 p m
Stinr J A Cumiuins for Koolau
Stinr Waimanalo for Moloknl and Maui
Stinr Mokolii for Molokai at 0 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stinr W 0 Hull IWB bags sugar. flO sacks
cuUl'u, Ot) suuks nwn, '2S lioail cattle, 1
liorso, 15 bills hides, 75 kgs sundries.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stinr W Q
Hull, Sept '2 Mrs .1 Kmihanu. Mis M Kn
uliane, JIKs Kuahine Kaiiliane, Master
Kauhone, .1 Kaelemakulo and '1 children,
Mrs. I Hiram, Miss Higjjins, Mrs Kawo
wulii, Master Kawewehi, Mrs Duncan, Mrs
Ai, Mrs M Makokau, .1 K Xavier and wifo,
Jlisi Mabi'l Sunter, Mrs Kaniaiopili, Airs
Maxwell, T Sylva, II Makainai, Mrs W
White and son, Masters Nahalo (1), Mrs M
liarrott, A Ktiolc, Mrs H S Townsend and
T lie steamer Mokolii will lcavo on Mon
day for Molokai and Lanai.
The S. S. Australia will be due from San
Francisco on Wednesday next.
Tho bark Ceylon has commenced receiv
ing sugar near Brewer's wharf.
FOUSTKK At Pain, Maui, on August 30,
&'.Y2, to the wife of ('. M. V. Forster, a
KOHSTEIt At Paia.Mnui, on August .'10,
1SU, infant daughter of C. M. V. and
M. K. Forster.
The Hui's Cabinet.
Tho central committee of tho Hui
Kalaiaina waited on llor Majesty
tho Queen this morning and sub
mitted to hor tho following Cabinot:
Samuel Parker, Minister of For
Joseph Nawahi, Minister of Into
rior; W. H. Cornwoll, Minister of Fi
nance; A. 1'. Peterson, Attornoy-Gonoral.
The Lottery Bill.
A special meeting of Y. M. C. A.
will' bo held in thoir hall at ();U) p.
m., Sunday, Sept. -1. A resolution
against tho passage of tho lottory
bill will eomo up for consideration.
Every member of tho Association is
requested to bo present. There will
bo a number of short addresses by
Imsinoss inon and others, giving
their reasons for opposing tho lot
tory M'honio, Tho public are invited
to bo present.
Ladies' Mass Meeting.
An adjourned mass mooting of tho
ladies of Honolulu will bo held in
thoY. M. C. A. building Monday,
Soplombor 5th, at 2:!(0 o'clock, for
tho purpose of taking furthor steps
in icgard to tho proposed lottory to
bo established in Honolulu, All
ladies, of whatever church or nation
ality, are earnestly desired to bo
present. L. E. Aitlihon,
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof, H, Burger, loader, will
give a concert this afternoon at
JSiuiua Square commencing at 1:!M)
o'clock. Following is tho program;
Overture King's Lieutenant.
Iteiiiiiiiscouccs of Donizetti
Dance Tho Aborigines .
Wullz Vienna Honhons . .
. . . Thiero
. . ..Btruuas
rQE QUERN'S BIRTHDAY.
Sundry Series of
Her Majesty Gives a Full Day's
Full Roioris of tho Events Royal ami
Friday, September 2nd, was tho
fifty-fourth anniversary of tho birth
of Hur Majesty Liliuokalani, Queen
of tho Hawaiian Islands. Besides a
largo series of ovonts in eolobration
of tho day under tho auspices of
the Qucon, there was enough of out
door pastime provided by private
enterprise to make a successful holi
day. Salutes were fired, morning,
noon and night, by tho U. S. S.
Boston and tho shore battery. Gov
ernment, diplomatic and consular
buildings had their respective Hags
Hying; tho Boston was fully dressed
and tho merchant shipping made a
gay picture with their profusion, of
bunting. Below will bo found records
of tho day's ovonts.
Official Becoption, Etc.
Prom 6 to 8 o'clock tho Qucon re
ceived tho hookupus (friendly gifts)
of hor subjects. Besides the usual
gifts of four-footed and feathered
eroatures fit and fat for food, with
varied tributes gathered from tho
vegetable kingdom, Hor Majesty re
ceived somo beautiful and rare works
of artistic handicraft from her lady
friends. Tho decoration of Knight
Companion of tho Order of tho
Crown of Hawaii was conferred on
tho following musicians of the Royal
Band: D. Naono, S. Kamanao, J.
Kuamoo, D. Kau, W. Aylott, . Ka
pua, L. Bio, M. Kaulua, J. J'ohinu
and V. Keawo.
At 11 o'clock Hor Majesty received
in state in tho throne room tho dig
nitaries of tho realm, diplomats and
consuls, with their lady relatives, and
Captain Wiltso and officers of tho
U. S. S. Boston. Tho autographs of
visitors take several pages in tho
The Queen's Lu.au.
At one o'clock people wore gather
ing at tho Palace, and continued to
como for tho next half hour, in res
ponse to invitations of Her Majesty
for a luau. After a short wait tho
Queen sat on tho throne, which was
covered with a yellow feathor cloak".
She was dressed in black with a lois
of tlowors around hor head. On hor
right woro Prince Kawananakoa,
Governor Rico of Kauai, Chief Jus
tice Judd, thoir Excellencies Samuel
Parker, H. A. Widemann and C. N.
Sponcor, and Hon. Justice R, 1
Bickorton. On hor left wero Mrs. C.
B. Wilson, Mrs. Widemann, Mrs. J.
O. Carter and Mrs. Robertson.
Major tho Hon. J. A.V. Robertson,
Chamberlain, and Her Majesty's
stalf ushered in tho guests, who
marched past tho throne and bowed
to tho Queon, retiring to the sides
of tho room and to tho hall when
Hor Majesty had acknowledged their
rospocts. A goodly number of Privy
Councillors, members of tho Legis
lature and oilicials, with ladies, led
tlio way, followed by Captain Wiltso
and ollicors of tho U. S. S. Boston,
and a largo representation of tho
general public. As bodies Kawaia
hao church choir, tho United Chi
nese Souioty, a Portuguese society
and othor organizations passed be
fore tho throne.
At 1:50 llor Majesty and retinue
rose and marched to tho lanai in tho
yard on tho King street side, whore
tho limn was spread on tables cap
able of seating four or five hundred
people. The band from tho baud
stand accompanied tho royal pro
gress to the feast with Hawaii
Ponoi. Following in tho train tho
guests in general proceeded to tho
lanai, where the Chamberlain and a
corps of native ladies with groat
celerity assigned them seals. At the
cosine of a crescont-shaped table at
tho h":ul of the lanai Her Majesty
was sealed. To hor right were
Prince Kawananakoa, .Mrs. A. F.
Judd, Iiis Excellency Sam'l Parker,
Mrs. H. A. Widemann, Hon. Chief
Justice A. F. Judd, Mrs. Clias. Clark,
Col. tho Hon. W. H. Cornwoll, .Mrs.
C.B.Wilson, His Excellency C. N.
Sponeor and Mrs, .1. O. Carter. To
tho Queen's loft were Captain
Wiltso, Mrs. Sam'l Parker, His K
colleney II. A. Wiileinann, -Mis. !. F.
Bickorton, Mrs. J. W. Robertson and
Hon. Justice Bickorton.
Three long tallies o.steuded from
near the crescent to the foot of tho
lanai, tho inner one being several
yards shorter than those outside.
At tho projecting anus of tho out
side tables wero sealed members of
the Privy Council and of the Legis
lature with ladies, among them Hon.
and Mrs. S. M. Damon, lion, and
Mr.. J. T. WnterhoiiH, Jr., lions. H.
P. Baldwin, J. M. Horner, W. Y.
lloincr, D. W. Pun and A. S. Horner.
All being seated Kev. J. "Waiainau
in Hawaiian invoked the divine
blessing, Then the company fell to
with a will on the sumptuous array
of dishes cooked in the native style.
The distinguished guests were privi
leged with knives, forks and spoons,
while those at (he lower tables were
permitted to do ancient Hawaiian
honors to tho viands with Adam
and Eve's meal hooks.
It was a cheerful company above
the average of a mixed luau, as, tho
guests being seated with good tact
in groups of similar tongue, thoro
was full .scope for sociable chat. At
tho start tho fusillade of popping
soda and ginger ale corks by the
hundred made a singular opening
salute to Her Majesty. No sooner
had the Queen and patty withdrawn
to t ho lawn, and tho rest of tho com
pany risen, than the tables woro all
filled by fresh relays. But there was
abundance for all.
Tho lanai was beautifully decora
led. Stripes laid on diagonally of
red, white and blue covered the
trusses overhead. Around the sides
Hags of various nations wero draped,
and festoons of vinos and othor
greenery depended from tho string
ers. Tho band on tho stand ad
jacent played in its best stylo
throughout tho feast.
Regatta in Town.
Tho races in tho harbor under tho
auspices of tho Healani and Kaiulani
boat clubs commenced, shortly aftor
9 o'clock. The attendance along tho
city front wad not extra large, al
though tho races wero particularly
good. Tho first event was a six-oared
sliding seat race between tho
Healani's Carl W. and a Kaiulani
crow in tho Healani's Liliuokalani.
Tho Carl W. maintained tho lead to
tho finish easily. Tho pulling of the
Healani crow was specialty admired,
tho stroke being neat and clean.
Time, lTinin. ;?rsoc.
Tho second raco was to have boon
an interesting one between tho boat
boys and a crew from tho U. S. S.
Boston, but tho latter failed to ap
pear for some reason or oilier. Tho
raco was rowed by boat boys in the
Ivnpiolaui and Puaala, and was won
by tho former. Time, 20min. fisec.
A 5-paddlo canoe race caused no
lit He amusement. The course wan
to and around tho can buoy off tho
Marino Railway. Tho Kakaako
canoe covered tho distanco in lOinin.
A swimming race was won by Ala
pai, an old-timor, in iniin. 20see.
Tho course was about 500 yards.
Tho ovont of the day was the four-
teen-oared barge raco between tho
Ilanakeoki, manned by a crew from
tho U. S. S. Boston, and the Kulia
ikauuu, manned by tho redoubtable
boat boys, with Jack Atkinson at
the tiller. The course was to and
around tho bull buoy and return.
Tho Boston took the lead at the
start and led tho boat boys by a
nose to the lighthouse, when they
fell behind. Tho boat boys finished
six lengths ahead, in tho fast (hue
of .'iOinin, Msec.
Tho judges wero Lieut. Baird of
the U. S. S- Boston and J. Simerson;
starter, C. B. Wilson; time keepers,
Frank J. Kruger and C. Crabbe.
ThetiigEleu followed in the wake
of (he di Huron I events.
Pearl Harbor Regatta .
The Oahu Railway & Land Co.
had planned a day's outing at tho
site of former pleasures, viz., (ho
Peninsula at Pearl City and tho sur
rounding waters of tho Pearl Harbor
lochs. Superintendent Ashley had
made provision for tho accommoda
tion of a largo number of spectators
and tho prizes ollbrcd by tho com
pany for sailing and rowing races
wore suggestive of many interesting
events in tho regatta sports.
The special train wont to Pearl
City from town hero at 8:i50 o'clock,
conveying the raci judges, Captain
J. A. King of Wildor's S. S. Co. and
Captain J, Griffiths of the barkon
tine S. G, Wilder, (hi oilicial tinio
keopors and others; also the detail
of ollicors, under Sergeant Kainana
of tho police, whoso presence, sim
ply, was expected (oaid the pleas
ures of the occasion, their services
not being regarded as liable to bo
Train aftor train wont down to
tho Peninsula, the cars well filled
with people who appreciated theop
port unity given to obtain fresh life by
the inhalation of tho health-giving
breezes that rippled tho surface of
the lakes of Pearl River and made
an atmosphere pleasant to bo in.
Coniluctorn Archie Turner and John
Coakloy, besides other train oilicials,
wore kind and obliging as usual,
and their carefulness was evinced by
the usual lack of accident of any
kind among the ladies and children
under thoir care,
At tho lakeside tho early arrival
would have thought that tho yacht
races, at least, would bo very intor-
I osling, the, proonco of all tho Jir&t-
class yachts in tho country tending
to give that impression. Tho Spray
and tho Holene, it was true, had
ninny of tho fair sex on board and
the Holene was dressed in true man-of-war
style, fiag.s fluttering alow
and aloft from stein to stern. It
was thought, however, that the cap
tains of both those yachts would
easily clear decks for participation
in the races when required. The
Bonnie Dundee, Hawaii and Healani
wero in sailing trim and seemed to
have racing crews on board, and as
those latter three Mere maneuvered
about the waters of the lake they
presented an interesting sight and
seemed as though taunting their less
active sisters lo also engage in the
preliminary runs. So thus before
the start it seemed that opportunity
would bo given the special corres
pondent of tho Bui.ixriN to meet tho
detail expected to be filled and sup
ply an account of a yacht race in
which all of tho first-class yachts
would bo "in it."
Tho tiring of the warning gun, to
get realty, brought forth tho disap
pointing fact thflt only two of the
five yachts present would take part
as competitors, via., the Bonnie Dun
dec and Hawaii, the others remain
ing out ovon after several conces
sions had been made. At 10 o'clock
tho signal gun was fired for tho
start, and both the yachts, Bonnie
Dundee and Hawaii, ran past the
lino within a few seconds of each
other, tho Hawaii to windward.
A run of about five minutes was
had when tho Bonnie Dundee made
a reach to endeavor to get to wind
ward of tho Hawaii and possibly to
give a blanket to hor close competi
tor. Tho captain of the Hawaii
would not allow the nianeuvre, how
over, and ho also hauled closer up.
Tho jockeying thus commenced con
tinued until the boats both reached
tho end of Ford's Island and then,
from their courses, it was thought
that both captains meant to carry
thoir yachts to windward and run
through that channel instead of run
ning frco as tho wind and proper
course permitted. Tho captain of
tho Bonnie Dundee had made an ef
fort to pass to leeward, but was
headed oH" again bj' a movement of
tho Hawaii. As a last resort seem
ingly, and although the windward
shore was toward shoaling water,
tho Bonnie Dundee again hauled
closo up and slowly but surely crawl
ed up on hor antagonist. Tho cap
tain of tho Hawaii, however, forced
tho contest for every foot of tho
way, the nose of his yacht being
turned to windward in such a way
that tho extending shoal, which was
approaching, could only bo gotten
over by tho Bonnie Dundee on
wheels. No quarter was given by
tho Hawaii and as a consequence at
10:M tho Bonnie Dundee put tho
greater portion of hor length on a
sand-spit, going on at about the rate
of six knots an hour. The Hawaii
did not hesitate now but quickly
squared away for tho free run, which
had been open from the start and
sailed along tho cour.se, tho captain
giving a backward glance at the
stranded Scotch lassie probably to
ascertain if wheels wero going to bo
used or not. Tho steam yacht Annie,
in which was Dr. Trousseau, the
owner, and also tho judge's of the
races, made fast to (he shoaled
yacht and endeavored to free her. It
look an hour's labor before the yacht
was got olf and then she was sailed
over tho course. Protests have been
entered by both boats, therefore no
m i lie second class yacht, raco
there wero three competitors Mr.
Lyle's Edith L. (now changed from
a cat-rig to a sloop), Mr. Dowsott's
Kaohinani and a cutter from the
Boston. Tho yachts got away woll
together but tho race was Avon easily
by tho Kaohinani, tho Boston sec
ond. In tho freo-for-all yacht races
thoro woro four entries, but only
three boats wore regarded as at all
in it, viz., tho Hermit, sailed by
Frank Johnson, the Sinnotle by Dr.
Henri MeGrow, and tho Ellabylliel
Kapu, These boats wero not evenly
matched, but no allowances were
made. In points of diirerenco tho
Sinnetto was tho better sailed, al
though tho Hermit took the prize.,
the Ella third:
An interval was had at a little
past noon, for refreshments. It was
1:J5 before the noise of the gun, for
assembly of the rowers in the first
raco, again woke tho echoes, and
soon thereafter tho scarlet shirts of
the Myrtles wore visible in the vici
nity of the company's boat house on
the beach. The race was between
two six-oared crews from tho Myrtle
Club, one in tho Stranger, of goodly
renown, and the other in tho Alice
M., often a winner. The raco was in
reality for a recotd, and tho crow of
fhoAlicoM. w'orooxpoctod lo tnakoit.
Thohtait was had at 2:05, both boats
getting away woll, a 28 stroke being
pulled by tho Alice M., a quicker
and less oll'oetho stroke by tho
Stranger. Tho course was three
measured miles with one turn, and
the distanco was covered by the
Alice M, in 20 minutes and 5 see-
ouds. A spurt between the two
boats for about one hundred yards
at tho finish added interest to the
The next intero-ting even! was a
contest "for blood'' between two
four-oared crows of the Myrtles, the
Alf. Rodgers and Alice M. being the
boats entered. The Alf. Rodgers
won by six boat lengths, in 22 min
utes .'!! second.
Superintendent Ashley added to
the intctest by (he addition of a
native canoe race, which all'nrdcd
considerable amusement .
The homeward Irani) was taken
up at a little pasl I o'clock, connec
tion was made with the train and at
a little pasl tho pleased traiolors
and spectators of the regatta al
Pearl Harbor were again landed
within tho confines of Honolulu.
Sons of St. George.
Tho Sons of St. George Lodge
held a successful picnic at Remoiid
Grove yesterday, beginning early in
the forenoon and lasting till near
midnight: At !1 o'clock in the after
noon dancing was commenced in tho
pavilion to music by a band of Por
tuguese liiusicians. At the same time
sports wero held in the giove. The
first event, a 75-yard raco for boys
under 15 years, was run in three
heats owing to tho number of com
petitors present. Tho final was won
by W. Lycett, George Woods second.
Time 10 sec.
Tho second event was a 75-yards
handicap-race for children of mem
bers only. Harry Platts took first
prize, F. Wright second. Time 12
A potato race for boys under 15
was a cause of merriment. "W. Isaac
finished, gathering up his allotment
of potatoes first, with Hassingor a
close second. Tine 1 min. Hi sec.
Tho fourth raco was for girls under
15, 75-yards. Marion Lovojoy se
cured first prize, L. Lycett second.
Time 11 seconds.
A 75-yards handicap egg and spoon
raco for boys under 15 years was
gallantly won by B. Lemon, Row
castlo second. Time, 11 sec.
Tho girls had a similar raco which
was won by A. Lycett, and Jennie
Wright second. Time, M: sec.
A potato raco for girls under fif
teen ended tho sports for the day.
M. Rawlins finished first, L. West
second. Time 1 min. 17 see.
Tho prizes were then awarded tho
diil'oront winners and all were happy.
Those of tho children who had not
won prizes were given baseballs.
Later in tho evening more people
arrived front town, making up for
tho early goers and keeping up the
interest. Dancing was maintained
with increased zest until 10:15 and
the last ttain left half an hour laler
for town. All carried away recollec
tions of a delightful outing and an
evening party thoroughly enjoyed.
Struck by a Swing.
Capt. .1. R. Robertson was struck
across the nose by a swing board at
Rcmond Grove last night, receiving
a painful wound. Seven or eight
persons were coming along in a
group toward the swing, when
Tommy Price, who was swinging,
warned (hem to look out. Some
ran back, others, including t'Tipt.
Robertson, forward, to gel out of
tho way. The Captain miscalculated
the distance and was struck down
by the swing. He was stunned by
tho blow but soon recovered from
the shock. Mr, Ashley immediately
cut tho swing away and said it
should not bo replaced in the range
of tho path.
Pacilic Hardwnro Co.
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez-
From one quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizes with fly wheel,
All attempts to supersede
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman I'alent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
P.uinu H.MinwAui: Co., Ld.
IN HONOLULU, SUlM'O.SLl) ON TllU
i Water l'Viml, 11 (lolil Html, for tho in
tern of which a rjMiinl uf $-'..rin will In
p.ilil. lli'luni le this ulllco. .r).'l-:ii
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HOUSE TO LET.
NICW A Nil VKIIY
to let 1111 Kinail htii'i't, all
iiimrnvt'iiit'iiw. l''ur naiti-
I'llliir.siiinilv to N. H. HAl'llN
ftl.Hw KM Tort htit-ut
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Cigari'ttu llolilnr. loM on dm Waikiki
, tuwurtl tlin 1'ark, 1111 TiiumIiiv hint.
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When you mint l'artmit HntAryed
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und nee Samj'kn,
They can't be beat!
SZSr3 "' you don't know the valut of rubber host? gel a
IIosk Kkici. and see how much lomrei' it will live.
-o - -
IKS " II opt- deferred nialceth the heart sick," and un-
yoti have credit it has
offer a discount for cash.
iiZSr When poverty is abolished some one will have to
set up an Asylum for Homeless Dogs. Our stock of Col
lars and Chains for the pels is unlimited.
here's no mendinga broken record.
Our record for
BZSr Considering how awfully good tho times of our
grandfathers were in Honolulu, it's a pity some of the
growlers were not young enough to enjoy them. Our prices
conform with the times cheaper than over.
(j ' True character seldom appears on the surface."
The slatternly hole in the heel of one's slocking is usually
covered by well-polished leather. The character of our Nnw
Cloth us Wimwhus, however, sticks out all over.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprcckcls' Bank.
ISLrML'L O TEC
104 Port Sti'sot, Elonolulu..
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
THE ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE OFFERED AT A
-. G REAT SAC II L F JO E ;-
All G-oods will bo Marked in Plain Figm-es and
Sold fox Casli Onls?-
Bona-fide Sale ! '"i3SoE3r Positive Bargains !
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
flr GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL
We carry iu stock the following' Well-known Hrauds:
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
108 Fort Street, - - - Hoxaolnlvi, 12. I.
Poi- Hcvr'lt "A.lV30it"
. a i'iti:sii iNvuin; ok
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quaulllles to Suit.
F J K E W O O D
at $! 1'Lit conn i)i:i,ivi:iu:i).
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
a bad el leot on the stomach,
-good only for smaller men.
prompt delivery has not been
H. HackfeM & Co.
OKKKlt J'Ult SAl.Ii -
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For Hcckauical & Nodical Purposes.
Ill 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
- at tiu; turn nr
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