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I Kll. 2 1 2.1 1 UU 5 40 SI 30 B 441 (i 1.1 1 30 Silt. 3 2 23 2 0 0 50 10 (I S4I 0 14 2 27 Hull. 4 2 BO 2 30 S 0 11 0 IS 44 0 13 3 30 Full moon on Sept. (illi, lit lOli. Slim. n.in. THE DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 1892. IvI.K,I3SrE 3STE-W-S. Arrivals. 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. Passengers. 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 75 deck. Shipping' Notes. 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. Born. FOUSTKK At Pain, Maui, on August 30, &'.Y2, to the wife of ('. M. V. Forster, a daughter. Died. 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 eign Affairs; 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, Recording Secretary. Public Concert. 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; March-Hawaii Ncl Overture King's Lieutenant. Itallinl Morning Iteiiiiiiiscouccs of Donizetti Dance Tho Aborigines . Wullz Vienna Honhons . . Hawaii I'onoi, Jlergor Tit! lloi'thilven Ooilfroy . . . Thiero . . ..Btruuas rQE QUERN'S BIRTHDAY. Sundry Series of Celebration. Her Majesty Gives a Full Day's Hospitalities. Full Roioris of tho Events Royal ami Popular. 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 register. 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. nOsec. 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 called upon. 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 decision yet. 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 race. 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 sec. 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- ers From one quart to 12 quarts. Tho larger sizes with fly wheel, All attempts to supersede pattern have failed. this Call and get a Whitman I'alent Riding Bit, nickel plated. P.uinu H.MinwAui: Co., Ld. Fort Stieot. LOST 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 WANTED fir.U.MAN (llltl. WlHIir.S A SIT!'- ;V atiou lo till." I'arnof chililirii. Ai- ply at hia-'-'t .MltH. MCIIAKKUIt, '01 (jiiecli utii'ul. HOUSE TO LET. A NICW A Nil VKIIY ('onvcini'iit Cnttnuo l-: to let 1111 Kinail htii'i't, all iiimrnvt'iiit'iiw. l''ur naiti- mM& I'llliir.siiinilv to N. H. HAl'llN ftl.Hw KM Tort htit-ut $5 REWARD 1 ."'UI! 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