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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1S86.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOH SAN I,ItANCI00.
Alameda Leaves Honolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves llwiiolnlu, itay 1C
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
Will AUCKI.NI ANM) HYDSHV!
Slmr Australia May 10
I'Oll SAN 1'llANCIbCO.
Slinr Zcahindht Mny 10
UHS Harlfoid fiom Valpninlo
Sehr Haloakala fiom Pepeekuo
S S Alameda for San Fiuiici-co
Sclir Nettie. Men 111 fur Lnlinimi
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktne Morning Slur for S S Islands
Stuir .Tns Mnkec for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Sleaui Bktno Morning Star, Bray
Bktno .folni Smith.
Bktno Kallo FHeMiiKcr. Young
Bktno Amelia, Newhall
Biig Neptune, Comis
Brig J I) SpicokcK Fills
Brig Allie Howe. Holland
Brig W H Meyer,
BUT It Foster, Kngg
For Sau Francisco per Alameda, May 1
Lord Ephinstono, .las AMibury, O W
AVolff, C Sehollcld, JBF Davis. W A
Stephens and servant, ex-Governor
Newton Booth, Colonel Adams. Mrs S
C Damon, 13 C Damon, F AV Damon,
Miss ltislng, Miss Yoilngtou, Hon AV O
Smith, Mrs E AV Fuller and child, Mrs
A AV Smith and two ehlldicn, Miss
Gieen, M Green, wife and three child
ren, C Bronig and wife. S Colin, .7 P
Mendouca and wife, B B Silvlna and
wife, M Ash, J AV Girvin, wire and
tlnec children, Mrs D Center, sister and
child. Geo Cowlcr. .T 13 LcConte, Mrs
A J Blackburn. AV G Armstrong. Mrs
II F Lewis and child, Mrs Hamilton,
son and servant. T A Thiuni. Mis M 1)
Merritt. A 11 Smith and child, Mrs. T
AVelch and child, Mrs J B Foster, Mrs
,T A McCarthy, Mrs C C Coleman and
child. Jos Tilden, Miss Itosenbcrg, Mis
S AV Lcdercr and 2 children. .T A Hop
per and daughter, CaptB B Hempstead,
Miss X Allen and 4 Chinese, Miss E
Sharon, Mde Soua. Mrs M Ivohin,
Mrs G Dellex and 2 children, .T Schiller,
F Dualh ,M G Coi naiich. P .Tolinstone, ,T
F Carpenter and wife. 13 licll, Mis.T
Johnstone and 15 ehildien, A Costa. A S
Thome. Maliiai, J Kealoha, J Smith, AV
H Pcdlan. S Swigu. AV Powell, G
Groves, S Green, A McDonald, D Mc
Donald and w ife, B Mason, F AV Mat
thews, AV Morton, C J J?othon, D J
Lyons. J A McCarthy, J C Stelnwoith,
.1 "Condon. J Ollwr, A Flolir, .f Foster,
Mis G Gieen, AVin Chae, C C Mc
AA'ongalc, H Bradley, C Buinhaidt, P
Steamers AV G Hall and Iwalani sail
on Monday next.
Tlie sailing br the Clans Spreekels
and the Mokolii v as postponed until
to-day. and the Jas Makee until to
morrow on account of the weather being
so unfavorable yesterday.
The S S Alameda took 115,302 bags of
sugar, 1.270 hags of lice, :t,9Gl bunches
of bananas, 700 dry hides, 1 bale of
calf skins, 411 hales of goat skins, 359
hdls of green hides, 8 bxs of leaves and
10 bxs of loots. Total domestic value,
Schr Haleakala brought 1,581 bags of
Wilms Chukch At llilea, Kau,
Hawaii, at (he lesidenco of C. N.
Spencer, Eq., Apiil 17th, by Rev.
Samuel H. Davis of Konn", Hawaii. Mr.
Clinton H. AVillis of Windham, Conu..
to Mis Florence M. Chinch of Boston,
LOCAL' & GENERAL NEWS.
To-moiuiow is the day for Horn's
Ahout four inches of lain fell
yesterday, April 30th.
A'Nativh Solomon on Divorce will
bo found on our fourth page.
. Tin: Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
meets this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Two horses with jockeys in full
costume at the Music Hall this
A mketixg: of Polynesian Encamp
ment will be held this evening at
Tin: Young People's prayer meet
ing at the Bethel Union Church
vestry this evening.
Tub Hawaiian Bazar will ic-open
to-morrow morning, when goods
will be cleared out at cost.
Go aud bee the San Francisco
Dramatic Company in "Kentuck"
this evening at the Music Hall.
Tin: Fair at tho Young Ladies'
Seminary has been postponed until
Saturday afternoon, May IGlh.
Picrunus of Her late Majesty
Queen Emma for bale at tho Sun
Pearl Gallery. 1009 2t
i in - -'
A SritANOinis Sociable will bo held
in tho vestry of the Fort Street
Church this evening at 7.80 o'clock.
Tin: Supremo Court adjourned at
three o'clock this afternoon until teu
to-morrow morning, and Avill then
adjourn for tho term. ,
. Kiiksu anil new goods by every
steamer from I lie Coast. King
Bros.' frame nnd cornice makers.
As adilicss on tlio Liquor (.Jucslion
will liu delivered in the Ivnumaka
pill Church this evening by Mr. 1).
Owino to the heavy rainstorm Inst
evening, the band concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel in honor of ex
Senator Hooth did not take place.
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu sheet- 080. tf.
Tin: Buli.ktik goes into nearly
every house in the city and stibuibs,
therefore you could have no better
means of advertising your wares.
Blank BookB ruled and bound in
vaiious styles to order, by A. II.
Kasemann, Book binder, Gazette
Block. " 1008 lw
Miii Mort Oat was pretty correct
in his prediction as to the arrival of
the U. Js. S. Hartford. Ho said she
would be here between the first and
sixth of this month.
Mn. J. Williams, the Fort street
photographer, has received by the
schooner Gen. Siegcl a fine lot of
pink coral, and also mats made in
the South Sea Islands.
Tin: amount of rainfall at Dr.
McKibbin's, from one o'clock yester
day a. m. to 1) o'clock this morning
was 3.301-00 inches. For the month
of April 5.71-100 inches.
Mkssiis. Frecth & Peacock are the
agents for the brig Allie Rowe, now
lying near Brewer's wharf. She
sails on Monday, and already forty
Chinese have taken passage by her.
Messiis. Jules Tavcrncer and J.
D. Strong sent away by the Alameda
a number of sketches of the interior
of the residence of the late Queen
Emma. 'Ilicy will appear in English
and American illustrated papers.
At 12.30 o'clock noon to-morrow,
Mr. James Morgan, for Mr. Adams,
will sell a certain piece of land situ
ated on the mauka side of the
Palama road, together with the
buildings thereon. Full particulars
at time of sale.
"Wc have no doubt there will be a
crowded house at Music Hall this
evening to witness the performance'
of Kentuck, the great racing play,
.by the San Francisco Dramatic
Company. There will 'be a race
track with horses and jockeys.
Tin: largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda were : T. H. Davies
& Co., 10,853 bags; Win. G. Irwin
& Co., 10,233 bags ; Castle & Cooke,
4,178 bags; C. Brewer & Co., 3,589
bags; F. A. Schaefer & Co., 2,928
bags. A total of 35,302 bags was
Tin: PosT-ofiice despatched by the
Alameda 5,938 letters and 2,345
papers. This is the largest mail
forwarded yet by one steamer,
paper mail is particularly large,
force at the Post-ofllcc were
very busy, but still the mail
ready on time.
, Tin: S. S. Alameda left her dock'
about ten minutes past twelve
o'clock, with a large cargo and pas
senger list. The wharf was well
filled with friends of thoso about to
depart and persons otherwise inter
ested in them. The Royal Band
was not in attendance.
Mn. E. A. Pierce has been ap
pointed assistant bookkeeper with
Messrs. .AVm. G. Irwin & Co., in
place of Mr. E. G. Spalding, who
will tako charge of the saving's de
partment of Messrs. Claus Sprockels
&.Co.s' new bank, which opens on
Monday morning next.
Tnr.iiK was an unusul number of
police down on the wharf to-day to
witness the departure of the Ala
meda. Tho presence of Deputy
Dayton on board made it appear as
if someone was expected to get off
without settling up. A number of
passports were stopped.
The U. S. S. Hartford and the
S. S. Alameda met outside, opposite
Waikiki. The pilot remained on
board the latter until a boat arrived
from tho man-of-war, Avith n largo
quantity of mail. This will give tho
Captain of tlio Hartford a chance to
report his arrival to headquarters.
Di:likqdi:nt tax payers are being
hunted up every few days. A
Chinaman was found yesterday and
presented a tax receipt to the deputy
collector, which proved to have
belonged to u man who had gone to
China, nnd boro his passport number.
Such cases as these occur ncaily
To-morrow niorninrr fit 10 o'oloftk
.. . n
Lyons & Levey will sell by direction
of N. F. Burgess, at the Windsor
rcstaurent, chairs, tables, crockery,
glassware, cultcry, table linen, plated
ware, spoons, etc. At 12 o'clock
noon, they will sell 3,000 lbs of
fresh codfish and GO sacks of Cali
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY.
A meeting of the Ball Committee
of the British Benevolent Society I
the olllcc of the Honolulu Iron
AVorks, Capl. Mist in tho chair. It
was decided after a brief discussion
that tho ball in honor of Her Ma
jesty's? birthday should take place
on Tuesday evening, May 20th.
No place as yet has been decided
upon to hold the ball. The follow
ing sub-committees were appointed:
Finance and Refreshments:
Messrs. T.R. AValkcr, George Lucas,
A. T. Atkinson, II. Macfnrlano and
T. M. Starkcy.
Invitation Committee : Major J.
II. Woilcliouso, Rev. A. Mackintosh
and Capt. Mist.
Floor Committee: II. Macfar
lanc, E. AV. lloldsworth, E. AV.
Purvis, II. AVodchouse, John Do
sett, F. AV. AVhitncy and J. M. Mon
sarrat. Reception Committee : Alexan
der McKibbin, T. R. AValkcr, AV111.
Lishman, AV. II. Baird and Chas.
Decoration Committee: E. Hen
son, Capl. llaylcy and E. Ilutton.
Another meeting will be held Fri
day afternoon, May 8th, when the
reports of tho various committees
will be read. The news received by
the Mariposa due on that day will
decide the future action of the com
mittees. MORTUARY REPORT
For the month of April, 1885:
The total number of deaths repoitcd
for tho month of
trlbuted as follows
Under 1 year... .10
From 1 to 5 4
From 5 to 10.... 0
From 10 to 20... 2
From 20 to 30... 0
pril was 47, dls-
From 80 to 40... 7
From 40 to GO... 5
From 50 loCO... 3
From CO to 70... 4
Over 70 3
S S Islanders.... I
U.S. America... 0
Other nations.. . 1
Consumption .... 7
Disease of Heart 4
Paralysis . . . .
Unkno .vn. . . .
Number unattended... 20
COMfAUATIVK MONTHLY MOUTAI.ITT:
April 1881 12S
Apiil 1882 47
April 1883 GO
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
J. II. BltOWK,
Agent Board of Health.
It rained heavily more or less all
of yesterday and last night. Arery
little business was transacted and
few people were seen on the streets.
Large streams of water could be seen
on many of the streets, and on Ala
kea, between Queen and Merchant
streets, the water was several inches
deep. The wind got up last evening
and what with the heavy rain kept
everyone in doors. This morning
opened out bright and fine, but to
wards noon it became cloudy and
there is every indication that the
storm is not yet over. It appears
to be a general storm throughout
U. S. S. HARTFORD.
The United States steamer Hart
ford arrived this afternoon at 1.30
o'clock from Valparaiso. She is a
second rate corvette, carries 14 guns,
and has engines of 1,200 horso
power. Her length is 248 ft., beam
44 ft. C in., with a draught of 19 ft.
3 in. She has been at this poit
several times previously. It is a
singular coincidence that II. R. II.
the Princess Ruth died May 2Cth,
1883, aud the Hartford came in port,
seven days later. And here she is
again, arriving six days after tho
death of Queen Emma. The Hart
ford was 45 days on the passage.
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
Kaninau, Keo, Kelaweau and F.
Corttell, all got wet inside as well as
outside yesterday, and consequently
had to be taken care of at the Police
Station, where they were locked up
to dry. Before leaving they were
requested to deposit SO each.
Terence Kcnen was charged with
larceny of a watch, value 890, the
property of David McDonald. At
request of the prosecutiou ho was
remanded until the Cvth. The case
against Goo Duck for disorderly
conduct was discontinued by the
prosecution. Chun Kau, charged
with embezzlement, was remanded
, King Bios., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture MouVdings, Etc.,
Etc. , have moved to their new and
commodious store," Hotel street.,
cor. Union, where we will bo pleased
to meet our old patrons and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
a specialty. All we ask is a trial.
ORDERED TO RETURN.
, Tn tho Civil Court this morning
before Police Justice Bickcilon, a
Japanese, Oguro Gcuzo, was charged
with deserting contract service, ho
being bound by contract to G. E.
Boardman. Tho defendant pleaded
guilty. He stated through an in
terpreter that he had nothing to
complain of his mastor, but wanted
to get off his contract. His Honor
ordered him to return to his em
ployer and pay costs, S3. This is
the first offender among the late
arriA'al of Japanese iiuniigcants.
AN ECCENTRIC DIVINE.
The Rev." Billy Hibbard, as he
was uniformly called, was a some
what eccentric but zealous preacher,
who labored in Columbia and Living
ston counties sonic forty years ago.
At a meeting of conference the
Bishop called the roll of Ministers'
names, but on calling the uauiu
AViiliam Hibbard there Aas no re
sponse, whereupon the following
dialogue occurred : Bishop Bro
ther Hibbard, why do you not
answer to your name as called?
Mr. Hibbard You have not called
my name. Bishop AVIiat is your
name, brother? Mr. Hibbard
Billy Hibbard. Bishop Why, that
is the nanio of a little boy. Mr.
Hibbard 1 was a very little boy
when my father gave me that name.
This reply upset tho gravity of
the conference and an explosion of
laughter followed, in which the
Bishop joined. Mr. Hibbard at ono
time, in conversation with a minister
of another denomination, was asked
the following question: "Brother
Hibbard, why is it that you have so
few Doctors of Divinity in your
church?" He answered: "Because
our divinity is never sick."
HITTINC THE BULL'S-EYE.
In fixing the hour for closing
liquor saloons at eleven o'clock in
tho evening, the house has shown a
delicacy of discrimination which
illustrates the careful and thoughtful
methods of legislation in that body.
Nothing but a large experience,
combined with judgment, could
enable members to draw the line so
closely and accurately.
It now is determined, as the sense
of the house, that the average man
cannot get quite enough by ten
o'clock, and that he will get too
much by twelve ; while by standing
him out on the sidewalk at the happy
mean of eleven, he will take his
homeward route in that judiciously
comfortable condition in which the
keyhole is readily discovered and the
bootjack is applied to its proper use,
and not to winding the watch. It is
not always that such a hit in the way
of legislation is made at the Statu
House. Boston Record.
A quick retort The crematory.
It is better to take care of one's
health than one's malady.
A blush, announces the departure
as well as the arrival of shame.
A small stock of health has its
compensations, like a small fortune.
Men are people who make rules ;
women are people who make excep
A beauty without wit seems to me
to resemble a bait without any hook'
in it. Disraeli.
Kind words prevent a good deal
of that pervcrseness which lough
and imperious usago often produce
in generous minds. Doche.
Good temper, like a sunny day,
sheds a brightness over everything.
It is tho sweetener of toil and tlie
soother of disquietude. Irviny.
If people would give. to the care
of their own health one-tenth of the
time they devote uselessly to that of
others, every one would feel much
A turnip is no safer than a pie
once it is in reach of a snowed-in
railroad passenger. He takes in
everything. Louisville Courier
Journal. "The seal is gentle and harmless
and rarely retaliates when attacked,"
says an exchange. That is becauso
he is a fur-bearing animal. Boston
Dr. Pancoast calls the face "tho
play-ground of the soul." On this
theory the Chicago man's cheek
must be a regular circus arena.
A man never discovers what deli
berate insults can be offered to his
stomach until he has tried a plate of
hash at a cheap dining saloon.
Wall Jiiver Advance.
It is a shamu for a rich Christian
man to be like a Christmas-box that
receives all, and nothing can be got
out of it till it is bioken in pieces.
Dr. John Hall.
The main token of h strong char
acter is not to make known every
change and phase in thought and
feeling, but to give the world tho
finished results. Aucrbach.
A clock made of bead is a cuiio
sity in Italy. Such a clock would
be apt to mark a different passage
in time, since it would indicate that
it always would be light after 'leaven.
All (fulet along the Potomac, they wiy,
Jjxccpt w hen u sad olllee-heuker
Att'i'i tniiis that for him too cold Is the
And his chances grow weaker and
AVw Tork Journal.
A bachelor's haul The AVliitc
House. yew Orleans Picayune.
Some men are smart, while some
arc made to smart. 1'ittsburt
"A low voice an excellent thing
in woman." Also in a counting
loom. Chicago Current.
Oh, by the way, did you know
that the Boston primary school chil
dren all call them "salva-pallels?"
The Roman Catholics of Victoiiii,
B. C, arc about to build a palatial
residence for the Bishop, and a
handsome cathedral to cost about
"I wish I was a little Ficncli
girl," said a little child. "AVhy?"
asked her mamma. "Because then
I should know two languages."
"How so?" "AVhy, you know I can
speak English now, and French
Vtould be two."
A New Jersey man wauls a di
vorce because his wife hasn't spoken
to him for nearly two years. Some
men don't know when they arc well
off. The New Jersey man will be
envied by thousands of married
men. yorrhtoicn Herald.
In Kentucky they have no way of
determining whether a man is under
the influence of liquor except to
watch him on the ice. If lie falls
forward he is drunk ; if he slips up
and sits down like an honest man.
he isn't. Burlinqton Free Press.
Fogg (speaking of Bass, who
rarely keeps an employe more than
a month) "How is Bass getting
along nowadays?" Brown "First
rate ; he told me himself that he was
gcttihg along hand over fist." "That
is to say, he is changing hands all
the time, eh?" Boston Advertiser.
Nobody wants ornaments in this
world but everybody wants integ
rity. All the fair devices that ever
were fancied arc not worth a lie.
Leave your walls as bare as a planed
board, or build them of baked mud
and chopped straw if need be, but
do not roughcast them with falsehood.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for salo immediately after publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St. ;
Mr. THRUM'S. Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
Mr. DONNOLLY'S, "Tho Fountain." Fort
AVHcox'h Machlni' SInilc.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by leaving onleis and con.
JT. U. OAT,
SatMte May It '85,
ANY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Niiuauu Valley Cemetery
am respectfully lequcslcd to call at thu
Olllcu of the undei tlgntd, between thu
hours of !) and 12 a. m., from Friday,
17th April, to Friday, lht May, 1885, nt
A.J. OARTW RIGHT,
Treasurer Oiihu Cemetery Ass'u.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1885, 997 til
Fresh, at 5 Cents Lach.
Every Morning; at 1 1 O'clock
Steam Candy Fnctory nnd Bakery, 71
Hotel St., Telephone No. 7-1.
E. R RYAN'S
JL3w plumule, -
Tho oldest and only Boat Building Shop
in the Kingdom.
Boats and Scows of all kinds mude to
order. Surf Boats a specialty.
1 have Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Island use.
All kinds oT Boat Kcpairing done at
1005 shortest notice. ly
'TU1E HOUSE nnd premises situated
X in Nuuanu Yallcy, opposite the
Boynl Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel Xott. For
particulars, apply to
'L. A. THUltSTON,
:J8 Merchant St.
Honolulu, Mnrch III, 1835. 983 tf
" FOR SALE.
A FINE gentle family horse at
sonable figures. Also sevcrnl
Ul BilllU lliUUUSS. JVppiV lO
K. it. MILES,
1005 lw Hawaiian Hotel Stables
JEIOT DBTJIVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to the great demand for Hot
Crosi Buns at Easter, and by request of
many of my customers, hereafter I slinll
HOT BUNS REAJY
for my customers
Every Saturdny Afternoon.
Guaranteed as good as tho Easter
Hot Cross Buns. Leave your orders
Confoctioner and Fancy Baker, Hotel
Street. 1)93 im
New York & Honolulu Packet
MESSBS. AV. H. CROSSMAN
it BHO.. 77 Broad street.
N. Y., will despatch a first
class vessel in this line, from
New York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about JUNE 15. Parties wishing
to avail themselves of this lino opportu.
nity should forward orders uh early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, April It, 1885. 9SC lm
NICELY Furnished Rooms, well veil
Mlated, at No. 110 King Street,
opposltu the residence of O. T. Gulick.
XltICJ3 JjlfciO: OF
18 to 24 inches.. GOe
2 to 3 feet 00c
8 to 4 feel 1.25
S4.00 .f 20.00
4 to C inches...
0 to 12 Inches.. 50c
12 to 18 " .. (iOo
18 to 24 " .. 75c
2 to a feet $1.00
a to 4 ' 1.25
4 to 5 " 1.75
5 tot " 2.C0
Cuttings, per 100, $1.00; per 1,000, fO.Cof
White Mulberry Seed, per ounce, UQ
cents; per pound, $3.00.
Russian Mulberry Seed, por ounce, 00
cents; per pound, $7.00.
Miss Nellie Lincoln Rossiter
Is Agent for the following papers:
South and West, semi-monthly, 60a
Farmer's Call, weekly, 50c per year;
Farmer's Home, monthly, OOe per year;
Home and School Visitor, monthly,
75c per year. f
As an inducement to parties to order
their Silk Worm Eggs during the sum.
mer, to bo forwarded in tlie fall, I oiler
premiums, from April 1st, as follows;
For $1, 2.000 cgirs, and 11 book of Su
btraction. For $2, G.000 eggs, book of instruction
and nny ono paper.
For $8, J07. eggs, and any two papers.
For 5, 1 oi. eggs, two papers and book.
For $9.50, 2 oz. eggs, and three paper.
For $14, 8 o.. eggs, a papers and book.
For $17, 4 oz. eggs, and four papers.
For $21, 5 o.. eggs, 4 papers and book.
Tho nliovo charges "are the regular
libt prices for eggs' and thu papers will
bo sont as hero stated for omi year.
Thoso bending orders through the Mini,
mer, accompanied by the cubh amount,
(Post-Ofllcu orders payable to ino, on
Post Office, Pemberloii, New Jerxcy, U.
S. A.) will receive the premiums to
which their order entitles them, com.
uieuciug at once, and the eggs will be
sent about November 1st.
VKI.I.IK LIXCOI.X J(OHHITi:it,
Practical Silk Culturlst,
New JjIsuoii, uurnugtoii Co,:
077 Y JJSUBJSV,
Miss Nellie L. Eossiter's