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8 . EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 29, 1896.
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8. N. AU8TKAI.IA NAILS TODAY
FOR TUB COART,
Clly ofVekloc Inand Oat l,neuit or
' Arrived iulI Departed Other
The itcamshtv Alameda U due from San
Francisco, on Thursday.
ToMOiuiow HI15U tide large, 0: 0 a m;
hlli tide small, 0: 0 pm; low tide largo, 10 17
m; low tide small, 0.125 a m.
Tim S S Cltv of l'ekinir bromrlit seven
cabin passengers, four hundred and slxty
lx Japanese, and 600 tons of freight for this"
The stcamshlti Anstralia sails for the Coast
at 4pm today with a largo piMcnger list,
and a cargo of sugar, rlee, bananas, pineap
Capt Rosehlll Is putting blocks of specially
made ballast In the schooner Norma, to
stiffen her. The Mocks arc a composition of
sand, cement, and scrap Iron,
Captain Vurkcr, formerly chief olllcerof
the Keauhoh, has succeeded Cuplain Calwa)
of the steamer Knena. lie seemed quite
pioud to be tho commander of the ling ship
Mlien he took her out today.
Wreckers are now at work on the hull of
the steamer Sun INdro, which was utveked
on Urotchle ledge, mar the entrance to Vic
toria harbor, scvirul jenis ago. The hull
Mill be blown to jilccts with djuamltc.
The steamer Kauai, from tho Island of the
same name, arrlred this moruluir. Bhc was
Immediately haulid on tho Marine Hallway,
to have her bottom scraped beforu uolnc on
the MlkahMa's route, hlie brought no cargo
Yesterday morning at 0 o'clock, the 8 8
Cltv of IVklni: docked at the l'aclllc Mall
wharf, about ten dajs from Yokohama. SIio
lctt UoiiL'koni' June 7. Naeaiakl June fl
Kobe Juno 1", and Yokohama Juno IS. Fine
weather was had ilurliur the oyaee. Tho
Veltlng sailed lorS.in FruneUeo at 0 jesterday
The steamship FtralhnoM, which was
adrllt oil Cau I'l.ittcr for several weika
lust winter, has lift the service of the Noith
l'aclllc ateamslilpCiiniii my nnu snueu inriy
this mouth from Yokoliama for New York,
a the Suez canal. Her place on the route
ha been taken by the Olunpla. a much
8vtuiu)AV, June 27.
Stmr J A Cummins, N'ellson, from Oahu
Summit, June 23
S S City of l'cklng, Smith, from China o-nd
StmrClaudlnc, Camoton, from Maul ports.
Stmr Mlkahala. Haiilund, from Kauai
Stmr James Makec, rttrrson, from Kapaa,
Stmr Iunlanl, Sinytho, fiom Hawaii.
MoNuvv, June 29.
Stmr Kauai, Iliulm, from Kauai.
Sunday, Juno 23.
S 8 City of Peking, Smith, for Sail Fran
cisco. Mommy, June 2'J.
Stmr J A Cummins, Xcllsou, for Oahu
Stmr Mokolll, IIUo, for Molokal, Maul and
Stmr Kaena, Parker, for Oahu ports.
tmr James Makcc, Peterson, for Kapaa.
OSS Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cutncrnn, for Maul, ports.
Stmr Iwelutil, Sin) the, for Honokaa and
8 tmr Kaala, Thompson, for Kahuku.nnd
Prmn Knn.il nnr tmr .Tnm.. Mnkpo .Tutu.
23-Mr and Mr II 7. Austin. Miss M McCor- j tiff by his attorney, A. S. Hart
ri8ton,LTKenako and 3 deck passengers UveH, hns iiled a motion for hear-
rrom China and Japan, per steamship . . i t i
City ot Peking, June 23-Mr and.Mrs KS lg " POlllt not raised Or
Whitney, Mr and Mrs ,1 I! Trevor, Mr and argued by counsel lit the former
Japan!" r,errc' Mr M -Mu,6oka' Bntl trial. It is the question ns to
From Kanal, per stmr Mlkahala, Juno 28-1 Whether the plaintiff was a rosi-
Dr w Averdam, Dr J K Smith, Miss J dent of these islands or of tho
Smith, Miss II Uenken, Mrs bymour, Miss A Hinto nfWnHliinrrtrm Tlio nlniti
Uruce. P T Phillips, II C Morton, wife and l "' 0r; "SUlIlgtOll. J.110 plam
thlld. F Clay. Ako, and 2il d ek passengers. till litis also filed a remittitur of
From Maul, per itmr Claudliie. June 2S- SO.tiO With interest of i$8.do, pur
11 PUaldwln, Mrs II F lialdrtln and 2 euild-; ,.,.(. tl... currrrnHfinn f il,
rcn, MlssSUaldwIn. (ieoll Kobeitson, MUs'f,11'1"1 lo t'10 Suggestion Ot tho
Parish. Maeiu Kniia. Mis r c AchoiiL'. Miss i biiDremo Court in its decision
N J Malone, MUs Kune, V Stnddiirt. W It
DauIUs, C V U Uom, Jihi Klclurdson, C Von
llumm, Mr Cuuuiugl.aiii, II 6 llugup, W M
Giuliani, wife mid nurse, Mr Mlmashl, N
Igarashl, P Ilnga, Win Mcujrd, Ah Chew, S
ii Cotuwuii, A N iiiiyi icifi-, A ii crook, mih
fciullh, Mrs W AI Kv. Mis- .M Morris, Miss
Ilattle Davis, llatllo KeUuku, and S5 ikek.
.MiHeuinurn, r KmlKltinhnuii, .Mn iIoir-b. V
For San Francisco, imt i 3 Australln, Juno
L".l -J O M'ailiul, J stulnfr, W J lleebe. H P
(ioecr, J K iluikuit. T II (Jibson, Mis Alei
andcr, Miss C .Maul, J Dllnjnu and wife. C
du Itol, Mr and Mis llashl ,id. Mrs II Cart--urliclit,
.Mrs II J Austin, i: J Wltclitor, ulie
and child, Miss How i iln Dotvsett, Miss Mn
rlon Dowsett, Miss (ieneleu l)netl, Mrs
P K Makce. Ml VioIjI Mukec, .Mr S Perelra
and vile, Dr (iedgf. iie cud child, MUs
Mnoru, Mls Tniiii, Ml M I'urrelia, Mrs C
J Tarbell, E F .(ulsehorr and uile, Mrs H li
lirenham and (hlkl, llurotd neneer, I), H
llauninL;, Normiiii Ilaltleml, W II (iodlrcy Jr,
Miss A rinow, Miss E M Eolith, Mis II (iumi
mid child. K V VIMan., 11 A Jaeger, J F
Kirrelra, Dr Black, Mi Hcuni.lter and son,
F. C Hume, Mrs Hume, Ml Hume, Miss
Small, Mrs II V llnldwlii. and it children, F F
Eecles, Shajp, Walker, Mr Capt Houdlette,
Mr anil Mts Santa, ilaila, It U Stoit, Major
llartlett and wife.
Per sclir Transit in,20J hags sugar, alued
COUSINS -VAUGHN At Oakland, Col.,
June!), by llev. T. Fraser, Kdwln Ilrooks
Chusliis, of Matsliliehl, Oregon, and
.Mary Fletcher Vaughn of Oakland.
Tin: jai'axksi: wui.sn,iNi.
Continued from 1st Page.
is all powerful in theso wrestling
matches and not ovon Marry
Wilder -would dare to question
his decisions. Tho umpiro is
necessarily an activo person, for
during tho wrestling no follows
every rnovo mado, keeping closo
to but not interfering with tho
Two other officials also mako
themselves prominent. Theso
might be tormod doputy mastorB
of coremouios. Thoir placo is to
announco tho value of tho prizes
if any are given and to describe
the merits of tho rospootivo por-
formers. They also distribute to
tho wrestlors tho presents hnnded
in by thoir admirers among tho
audience, generally accompanying
tho presentation with facetious
romaiks dosigucd to amuso the
audience. They are BiippoBeil to
keep tho audienco in good humor
between tho bouts.
Thoro aro in all about sovouty
wrestlors engaged in tho present
tournamont and they havo beou
drawn horo from all parts of tho
islands. The wrestling commences
at (5 o'clock in tho evening, but up
to 8 o'clock is occupied with' pre
liminary bouts. At tlmt timo tho
sot contests coramonco and on
Saturday evening there were
twelve of them, tho six best wrest
lors being reserved to tho last, tho
wholo concluding a little before
11. Tho matches aro for glory
only and of course aro conducted
poifectly fair and honest. Tho
victorious wrestlers aro pormittod
to receive presents from their ad
mirers, and those gonorally con
sist of articles or clothing or
money. Every pieco of money
thrown into tho nug is hold up by
one of the masters of ceremonies
and presented in plain viow of tho
audience. There woro no signB
of betting apparent and tho writer
was informed by tho proprietors
that none took placo.
Tho Japnneso'aro groat admir
ers' of wrestling and it may bo
termed their national sport. In
Japan a wrestling tournamont
will last for weoks, day and even
ing. i'ho attandanco was very fair
on tho opening night. On Friday
there woro from six to eight hun
dred present and on Saturday tho
placo was crowded. To those who
haVo nover seen anything of tho
kind the placo ps well worth a
7Ittcr at Circuit Cliniiiltpro-I'rocccU-loss
In Siiiriiiu Cdiirt.
Mrs, Jennie Ashford petitions
for the appointment of a guardian
for three minor children having
an intorest in certaiu real property-
Beforo Judgo Perry two credi
tors proved claims amounting to
S7-7.-0, and P. A. Dias was elect
ed assignee of tho bankrupt estate
of Yokodaki oE Wnimea, Kauai.
I J-H DVrilO VS. .t-UeU d ai., TJiain-
nreviouslv runortpfl wliinh vn
! ! "ua,J repoiietl, WI11011 las
HIU illli-iutiuYI) Ul 11 IIUW IIJ1U.
E. C. Macfarlano bv his at
torney, Cecil Brown, hos filed ox
! eoptioiis to the decision of Judco
j r.irlnr in fnvnv nf tlm fl1..,iQ,no 7.F
lU. U t,li,0r C)t V10. lru-tOOS Ot
ejectment against thorn
ti.u louup jobtviu in ma uuuim ul
Saturday and today tho follow
ing cases woro argued and sub
mitted before tho Supremo Court:
J. F. Ilaokfold vs. Ludoviko,
exceptions from First Circuit on
judgment for debt. Kinney &
Ballon for plaintiff; Rosa for 'defendant-appellant.
M. Potorson ot.nl. vs. Koana
ana et al., equity appeal from
Judge Perry. Kinney it Ballou
for plaintiffs; Knno for dofond-ants-appellant.
Twijcast's of C. 'W. Dickey vs.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., actions
for penalties for over-charges of
fare. L. A. Dickoy for pluintiff;
Neumann & Davis for defendant.
It. SpreekelB vs. "W. M. Giffard,
equity appeal from Judgo Perry.
Hartwell for plaintiff; Kiunoy 4t
Ballou for defendant.
Thoro aro in England
Wales l'l,9(i0 football clubs.
Continued from 1st Page,
cot to first beforo tho ball, S.
Woods struck out.
Gloason flow out to nhortstop,
W.WoodB failod to got first, Cunha
Eighth Pryco got a baso hit
and Btole second on the first ball.
Eoss wont out at first on a good'
assist by Qoorgo "Woods. Carter
got hiB baso, Conradt flow out to
pitchor and Pryce was put out at
tho homo plato.
Georco Woods wont out on a
grounder to first, Carlylo got hiB
baso by good running ana stolo
second, Duncan wont out on a
foul fly, Luahiwa got firsj and
Carlylo to third. Baker flow out
Ninth Tho only "Willie failod
to get first. Willis followed suit
and Hart flow out to pitchor.
Simorson got a baso hit nud
Btolo second, Glcason flow out to
Carter, V. Woods cot in a baso
hit that brought Simorson homo,
and took second on n balk by
pitchor. Cunha flow out to
pitchor. G. Woods mado a two
baggor and his brother camo
home, Carlylo got first while
Woods got to third. Duncan's hit
to right field brought in both
Woods and Carlylo and tho gamo
waB won with only two men out.
Tho sympathies of the grand
stand woro outirely with tho regi
ment's team throughout tho gamo
and aftor their victory they woro
givon an ovation.
Following is tho official score:
tij it In po
Bakor, lb 5 0 1 18
Simorson, cf.... 5 12 0
Gleason,3b 5 12 0
Woods,W.ss,2b. 5 111
Cunha, c 5 1 3 8
Woods, G.p 5 2 2 4
Carlylo, rf -12 10
Duncan, 2b, ss . . 5 0 3 1
Luahiwa, If i 0 1 0
43 81G27 25
T n In ro a
Wildor.W.ss.... 5 10 2 3
Willis, lb 5 1 110 1
Hart, p 5 112 5
AVildor.H. o.... -1 0 1 2 0
Woods, S. 3b.... 4 0 0 5 0
Price, rf 4 3 4 1 1
Eoss, D. If 4 12 0 0
Carter, J. O.cf.. 4 0 110
Conradt, C.2b ..40134
Totals 39 711201410
Innings 1 2 345 G 7 89
First Eegimont 03100000 4-8
Buns Earned Stars, 3; First
Bases on Balls Hart, 2.
Struck Out Woods, 9; Hart, 2.
Loft on Bases First Eegimont,
8; Stars, 5.
Two-Baso Hits Cunha, Dun
can, Goo. Woods.
Throo-Baso Hits Cunha, Dun
can, Gleason, Hart, Price
Double Plays Wilder, W., and
Willis, Price and S. Woods.
Passed Balls H. Wilder, 1.
Timo of Gamo 1 hour, 40 min
utes. Umpires H. M. Whitney and
M. K. Keohokalolo.
Scorer A. Perry.
Colored and uncolored photos
of island sconory at King BroB',
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. TormB: 25
and 50 cents por night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
City Ourriago Co., J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hook with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Tolophone 113,
oorner of Fort und Merchnnt
stra.lp. Hack at all lioms.
J. W. Bergstrom is agent for
tho celebrated Kroogor pianos, of
New York. Ho builds orgaus.
Second-hand pianos taken as part
paymout. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning and rcpairiug.
P.O. Box 387. Tolo.317.
is a lino art. Costly jowchy w hen
damaged needs ciiroful attention, ox-
porienco nud care.
To get this, send
your won: to
A. fl, R. Yieira,
AT ItltOW.V A KUIIRY'N.
Unique Designs in Jewelry.
Tlkpiione 703. 331-tf
Steamers ot tho above Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. S. v, and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about the dates
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria nnil
Vnticouver. II. C.i
Stmr "WAWUMOO" Jnly 24
Stuir "MIOWEItA," August 24
Sttnr "WAKItlMOO" September 24
Stmr "MlOWilU" October 24
ThroUBli Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United Stiitcs niul Europe.
FBEldHT AMD rASSHNQEIt AGENTS!
D. MoNicomi, Montreal, Cnnndu.
IIodekt Krain, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Stkun, Snn Frnucisco, Cnl.
G. MoL. Brown, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamslup Go.
Australian Mail SGrvics-
For San Francisco:
Tbe Now nnd Fino Al Steel Steamsbip
" Monowai "
Ot tho Ocennio Steamsbip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nbout
Jnly 23, 3 896.
And will leave for tho nbovo port witb
Mails nud l'nssetiKora on or about tbnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stco Stcnmsbip
Of tbe Ocenuio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu' from San Francisco
on or nbout
July 2, 1896.
And will bnvo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tST'For furthor particulars regarding
Freight or Passao npply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
June 22, 1890 .Juno 20, 1800
July 17, 1890 July 20, 1890
From Snn Francisco
Alameda, July 2, '00
From Sydney for
Alameda, Aug 20'06
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
roll THE ABOVE TOUT ON
Ifflomluy, Jeciic Bi9I,
AT 4 O'CLOCK v. M.
Tho nmlersiRUCcl nre now prepared to
issuo Through Tickets from this City to all
points in tho united statoa.
E-For further pnrtieulftrs regnrdiug
Freight or l'nssnge apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
330-"t Genorul Agents.
(At the Union.)
IIus just opened liis shop ut T. II. Murray's
Carriage Factory and will
Shoe Your Horse
At Bottom Figures,
Oceanic tamsi Co.
below stated, viz.:
From Victoria and Vancouver, I). O,, to
Suva and Sydneft
Sttnr "MIOWEItA" July 10
Sttnr " WAKHIMOO" AtlRnst 10
Stmr "MIOWEItA" September 10
Stmr "WAKIllMOO" October 10
tST For Frcigbt nud Pnasngo and nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., I'd
Agents for tbonnwniinn Inlands.
Pais Mail S!wi
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG j
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies Trill
call at Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo ports on or nlxmt tho following
Stmr Gaolio Jnly 0, 1890
Sttnr City of I'oldng July 18, 189(5
Stmr China Aug. 0, 1890
For SAN FRANOISCO:
Steamers ot tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nud Yokohama to tho nbovo
port on or nbout tho followiiiirdntes:
Stmr Dorio July 0, 1890
tftror Bclgio July 21, 1890
Stmr Tom Aug. 1, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO HONQ
Cabin 81G0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 816.25
Europenu Steerage ... . 85.00 100.00
tSTFasscngers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 porcont off return faro if re
turning within twelve mouths.
CyFor Freight nnd Fnssngo npply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
ildcr's Stausliip Co's
0. L. WIGHT, Prcs! S. B. ROSE. Seo.
Capt. J. A. KING, FortSupt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnhainii, Mnnlnen Bay and Mukena the
samo day; Sluhukoim, Kawaihao and Lau
pnhoehoo the following day, arriving at
IIUo tho same evening.
LZAVB8 HONOLULU. ABBIVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday July 7 I Friday, July 3
Friduy July 17 I Tue8ilay,.,..July 14
"Tuesday,... July 23 Friday July 24
Friday Aug. 7 Tuesday, ., ..Aup.4
Iteturuing, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. M., touehing at Laupahoohoe, Mahu
konn and Kawaihao samo day; Mnkona,
Maalnen Bay and Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
ot Tuesday anil Fridays.
Wilt call at Tohoiki, Puna.
50No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at C p. m.
touehing at Kahului, liana, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturuing arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
XNo Froight will be received aftor
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changeH in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any eonsc
quences aiisiug therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
recolvo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has beou lauded.
Live Stook only at owner's jisk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu tho caro of Pursers.
PusHougors aro requested to purchase
tickets befoio embarking. Thooo failing to
"do so will bo subject to an additional
chargo of twenty-livo per cent.
To Lot or Lease.
TIIE IES1DENCE OF MItS. A. LONG,
one milo from postofllco. Largo hauso with
furniture. Four bed tooiub, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, hath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
sorvant houses, stables, horso paddock,
gardou and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFKED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next PostoQlcoi
Occidental & Oriental Steainslnp Co.
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
GENEitAii Commission Aoentb.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
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I-fFOBTKUS AND JJBAIiKIIS in Lumbkb
AMD ALL -XV0S OF BctLDIN
Fort Street, - - ITonolulu.
Book and Job Printer
Morokant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.'
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
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ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coa1''
and Building Mutorials of nf
Quoon Stroot, HonolulV
M. PHILLIPS & CO. v
Wholesnlo Im potter 8 and Jobbers of v.. .Jt
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort nnd Queen Sheets.
M. S GKLNBAUM & CO.;'
Queen street, Ilonululu, nnd 215 Front
street, Ban Francisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants,
King at., bet. Fort nnd Alakcn.
Contractor : and : Builder.
MONUMENTS AND TOMITSTOVtS. '
KT Finest Grndo BLUE STONT. from
Punahou Quarries. 278-tf.
DAVID K. BAKER, f
Nuuanu Valley, abovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders givon prompt and faithful '.
tention. No extra charge for dehverij.
Flowers to any part of tho city. Loib
iiiuuiuuiu ureuus auu uamations a Hpo
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No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
Cousoliflatefl Soda f aier Co., L'J
Corner Allen & Fort Sta., Honolulu.
HOLLfSTER & CO.,
C. 13. DWIGHT,
Does nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hnml a' lnrge supply of
Ohincso Grnuito Curb nud nlwajs keopa
given nna lowcs
.""M" w...w.wH .jtiuu. Biiuiuiea
prices asstircd. Tolo-
llioyclo repahing and nickel plating a
Bold, Silver anil Bronze Electroplating,
130FOHTST. : : , TEL. C07.
BRASS SIGHS MADE TO ORDER. '
Fort St. Opp. Panthoon Stablea.
Uur Scissors aro sharp; our v .
Razors aro bright; wo Shavo wtoj
equally . well by (lay or by "V'.
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