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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 29, 1882.
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A Beat Clearaao
CHAS. J. FISESEL'S POPULAR STORE
OIST AOOOTJ2STT our
ENLARGING MY PLACE OF BUSINESS !
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
r CASES OF XEW GOODS OX THE WAY
From London, Xew York fc IJhiladelpliin,
WANT OF liOOjVE !
M'i Full Aborted Stock of FASCY and STAPLE DRY
GOODS, CLOTHIXG, BOOTS and SHOES, HA TS
and CAPS, will be and MUST be sold II EG A 1 ID
LES S OF COST.
ICT Call Kurly and Secure your Karjjains.
California One Price Bazar, corner Fort and Hold Streets.
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
Attorney tit, Jxiav,
NO. SO MERCHANT STREET.
pi a u
DiiJolatioa of Copartnership.
rnnci: ih iiEHKur civics that:
i th CipartMf.h Is beretofarw iwtioi between B. Kiatler
aod O. J 9biU. andrr in firm u and si jle of Kiatter at
SoiUb. Is Ihls day dissolved by nmoal consul.
EK IkTLEK WILL. COXTISL'K THE
baaiocaa of Tinamttainf. riambinf -aod Gas Htiog
I liva old staad, oa hi wo ceuaott and be atom is aalhor
rssd to receipt for mil Bootes da be late ttt.
Hoailala), A or .Hist, im. (p 8t . KI3TLEB.
A Governess Wanted
WHO t7.DSRKTAMS THK EXGLfsII
Brooch's al Mcsic. aod mho aoald bo wdiiof la as
i wllh lh cm i.1 chlldro, a ml.ldlrd aged persoo preferred.
PW.M address, MBS. D. R -VI DA.
ap?V St Kohala, iiawalt.
VKITI1ER THE CAPTAIN' XR W'N
11 BBS of to British ship Fiona " will be reaponeible
for any debts, eoolraeied by lb crew while ID this Port.
aplfdw. O. W. MACFABLANE CO.. Aseota.
Notice to Creditors.
riHIS I TO GIVE NOTICE THAT OX
I ia lCKk day of April, lSai. Michael Joy. of tloauapo.
Island of Hawaii. Msdo and Bxccnted a Deed of
Assia-osKcS to Lb anders f-vrf.'-ol all bis property, of every
oaase aod nature." for the benefit of bis Creditors, all persons
baeiec ia tboir pees.ioo soy property bcloosinc to tbo
ud Joy, orr relocated to deliver op lh same, to th Aa
iaae. wiinoat duy. Aad all Creditors having claims agaiost
tho said Kal are oofinrd that tbey moat bo presented on or
before lb first day of Jane neat, duly aalhenticated, other
ertoe tbey will not be allowed. ....
B. V. B0LLE3. Assignee of M.Joy.
H.oololo,AprU9.1S8J ap'JI 41
EV1ULES I'S TO PRODCCE A
wuicn, FOR ITS
Delicacy of Flavor,
THYIT AM) VOL WILLLSE 0 OTHER
75 cts. a. Dozen.
&- We INVITE inspec
tion of our Premises.
Wc will clieerlullysliow
mid explain the process
of manufacture of our
HOLLISTER & CO.,
WU0LCS1LE iSD BET11L DRrCCISTS,
T0B1CC0MSTS, 1D MlSrFACTrR-
EXS OF 1ES1TED WATERS,
59 NCCANLT STREET. HONOLULU, II. I.
ry J coDtinae to ell cretons at 23 cent per
yard, A very small assortment left at Ch. J.
FB2LB POFCXAB .TOBE.
FIRST PRIZE MBMLS !
HOLUSTEB a GO.,
tr roa toe
",V.,S : 1
-xtra ctri suu
. Chas. Fuhiu1
FOR SAX FKAXCISCO.
.i TIIK FINK AMERICAN BARKENTISE
Will Have Immediate Dispatch ior the
For freight or passage apply to
ap2J II. IlACKFfcLI) CO., Ag-vt:
A. FRANK COOKE,
CORNER NUUANU & QUEEN STREETS.
HO NOLI' LIT, II. L,
AC3-332NTT 2T" O XX
The JFollowiiisr Packets
M A LOLO,
J.S W AIM A LU,
K A LUNA,
KA MOI, (.E.V.MECKI-
FLAG :Red, wi'th White Ball!
marl I y
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
TIIK PPLKNDID tfTEAM'HIl
CITY. OF SYDNEY,
WILL LE1VE FOU THE COLOMES
ON OR ABOUT MAY 14.
For Freight aod Passage, apply lo
II. II ACKFKLD & Co., Agent.
For San Francisco.
Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
OX OE ABOIT MAY Stb.
Geea1. fr Sblauseeil per Stramrr can
Slsrts, Frrc sf Cknriir, In the Klrr-proof
Warrhs aicair ihr Slrnmrr Wharf, mar 4
For Europe via New York.
KSTA IILIMIKU 1840.
Two Sailings Every Week
I'ROM EV YORK EVERY UEDXESIUY,
FROM DOSTtiX EVERY SATIRD1Y.
RATES OF PASSAGE :
CABIN SO nod 100 GOLD
According to AccommuJaliun.
RETIRX TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TERMS.
STGLRAGE 2 CtKREXCV
Good accornrondatioof can always be secured on application
WII.LI Ali. DIMOND CO.,
09 State SUtCt, rVjaton.
VtR.NOX II. RKOWN A- CO..
4 B iwlinj tlrt.n. New York.
Notice to PMnrr-rs trocn Ao.lralia. New ZralanJ aod Ilono
lula The Cuoard Line affords mire th.n otual f.cilitit s to
through pase-iteTS from Tr.ns-Pacillc Hurts. th freqaer.cy of
Us sailtof s prrcladinf all p ibi:ity of delay in New York.
XT Uunl Accotnmod. io-w always rewrved.
VERNON II- BROWN A CO..
mr4 4 Rowlinf Green, New York.
IjT No family should be without Taluier &.
Co.'a Ginger Ale. adv.
JUST RECEIVED fg
CPER LADY LASirSON),
AT NO. 114 FORT STREET, Xeitr HOTEL.
A Urge assortaseiit t-f
GENT'S, LADIES', MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS.
al.o a fine srlvcti'-o of
RISSIAX PBIXCESS SLIPPFRS,
LATF-ST STYLE OF OPERA SLIPPERS,
These Goods are of the LATENT srVLKan.l f ihe FINEST
QUALITY erer iiniortd int' this K:iijdfO.
PLEASE CALL & EXAMINE
lUe good, before purclns:ng elsewhere. Perfect
FIT5QCAR ANTEED at Fr ees ubich Defy Competition
a pi 4-41
BOOK 'AND JOB
33 "i" K. 1J. VDIS.
LOSIG OUT SALE.
LIQUORS & SPIRITS
Store of P. A. Iias, Esq.,
NO. IS KING STREET.
ON MONDAY, - - MAY 1st,
At u o'clock A. M , od the premiaea. on account
if i T.r.f af Uuii:.e, will be so'.J
WliS. SPIRITS & BEER !
Consisting in Part of
Cases Fine Brandies,
Cases Kentucky Whiskies,
Cases and bbls. Ale,
Cases a.Tid Casks
BEST MADEIRA WINE !
IN HUM) AI DUTV I'AIU.
Ac. Ac. A-c. c, Ac
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
TO PURCHASE AT THK
II:iw:iii:iii Hotel Stables
Wednesday- IVIay 3,
At II o'clock A M., on rhe premisea. Will bs o!d
Fine Imported Horses',
Fast TrottiDg Horses,
Oenile, Well-broken Hordes.
Carriages Single & Double
Harness, Single & Double Sets,
In Great Variety.
Whips, Whips, Whips.
ESS The entire outfit of the Ha
waiian Hotel Stables, will be offered.
iSTO RESERVE !
This U the best opportunity ever offer
ed in Honolulu, for the purchase of
fine, well-broken, sound and gentle
stock. The Carriages, Buggies,
Wagons, etc., etc., in first-class order,
all having been newly painted and put
in thorough good order.
,,,2Slt E. V. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
IH1.WMEVS PROTEtTlfE l.IO..
IMCICKS Or' CARTAGE:
On and after the 1st jlay of May, 1882, the
following prices will he charged on all
SI GAR, RICE,
(OILS, LOOSF. and BAI LED,
R0, MACHIXKRY, AD
f ARTAI.E on all Siifrar and Rice will be 25
cents per ton, (of 2,000 pounds) within the
following boundaries: Pakaka warehouse,
Steamer shed ami the City Front on a line
with the above named warehouse, also from
Brewer & Co.'s wharf to the Fish Market
From the Esplanade to the Qneen Street
wharf, 37 cents per ton.
All Sugar and Rice to bedeliveredou the
NOT ON THE VESSEL RUl
as formerly, or if DELIVERED on the
VESSEL'S RAIL, 3?i cents.
Coal. baKel. l-r t-.n. (2240 IT.s) 374 Cents.
Coal, loose, " .50
(Or any portion of a ton.;
Lrfits of coal over a ton 40 "
Carta;,'" and pilinj? of Coal
Brick, per 1000
Brick, pressed, per 10O0
Lime, per load
Cement, per load
Mercliandiso. per load
To Bond, jht single load
From Bond, per load
Molasses, per single load
37 Li CVnt.
General Merchandise, (exclusive of the alove) jer
load or ton. including the following Ivoundaries:
Bcretania Street. Alakea, Mannakea and City
Iron and Machinery, per ton or load 50 Cent.
Extra heavy Machinery and Safes, per agreement.
LumU r. i-r 10(M) fit t 50 Cents.
Posts, each l Cent.
Shingles, jer 10.000 50 Cents.
Bul.l.ish and dirt, ier single load 50 Cents.
Boats, each 75 Cents.
Black sand, per special agreement.
White sand, jht load $2 50
Wood. ier cord 50 Cents.
Furniture, per agreement.
From the City Front to any of the following places:
Kukui Street. jer single load 50 Cents.
School Street, lie t ween Emma and Bridge,
per single load 75 Cents.
Waipulu. ir single load ....SI 00
Judd Street. t single load $1 50
Ice Works. K-r single load S2 50
I.iliha and School Strts., jh t single load $1 00
rminui. i-r single load $2 00
Kohololoa. p-r single load $1 00
Kalihi Waena. per single lad S3 00
Panoa. i-r single load S2 50
Pawsa, pi-r single load SI 50
Punahou. r single load S2 00
Insane A-ylnni. jt single load S2 50
Alapai Street, jier single load SI 50
To Government Powder Magazine, per single
load of 1 fH tt.s. or less S5 00
From Government Towdcr Magazine for sin
gle load of looo n.s. or less S3 00
Queen's Hospital, for single load 75 Cents.
Keroc-ne House. jer single load 75 Cents.
Qahu Prison. K-r single load SI 00.
:. HORACE G. CRABBE, S. M. CARTER,
'iW. F. SHARKATT, E. PECK,
iHEBBABU A CO.. GEO. II. ROBERTSON,
Mr. C. P. WARD, per F. Hustaee, Manager.
'3- ap29-lt D myl-6t
FOR SA. L E !
Fine Dwelling House & Lot,
BELONGINGl TO THK
Estate of the late JOHN FRASEr)
8ITCATKD OX THK
West Side of Punchbowl Street,
AthjT Bereiania. aad nearly oppoaits tLe Qaeea'e
Hospital prem:5-s. f
ET Tot further particular, appiy at Ihe Office of T. R.
FOaTER CO., on the EnplanaJe. ap29 41
HAWAIIAN PACKII CHI
Temporary Office. 16 Richard St
HONOLULU. H. I.
20,000 Shares, $5.00.
Honolulu Shares, - - 5,000
United States Shares, - 5,000
Great Britain Shares, - 5,000
British Colonies Shares,5,000
III lajing this Informal Prospectus
before the Commercial Community of
Honolulu, would call their attention to
these facts, viz:
Employment of the Youth of
both Sexes. . f
Employing Solely in the Manu
facture of Hawaiian Produce.
Profitable Cultivation of Lands
. ALFRED HENRY HOUGHTON.
It GEXT II. I. CO., Limited.
11TU OT JUNE!!
AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
A LOT OF EXTRA QUALITY
NEW ZEALAND OATS
And secure what you want
UNION FEED CO.
F. J. HIGGIIMS'
ADVERTISE Til E NT
Hosolclc, April 29, 188-2.
Daring mj absence from the Kingdom Jas. A. Hopper
wilt act as Export-guard.
Approved: WILLIAM A. HOPPER, Export-guard.
I 1. 8. WaLKER, Minister of Finance. ap29 It
Official notification having been made to this
Department by Moos. Henri Fer, Consul and Com
niUsioner of France, that, by virtue of powers conferred
upon him by the French Consular Regulations, he has
appointed Mom. Lor is Giibebt to fill the Office of Act
ing Chancelier of the French Legation In this Kingdom.
Notice is hereby given, that the Bald Mons. Louis
Ouibert has been recognized as Ailing Chancelier of the
French Legation, aforesaid, and all persons are required
to take notice of this fact, and respect his authority
accordingly. W. L. GREEN.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department Foreign Affairs, Honolulu, April 11,1882.
Notice is bsreby given that I. J. Pmkbbow - ,
appointed Assistant Postmaster General aD,,,es .
of the Postal Department of this K' the public,
Approved: e Sou then, o v
Wm- N.A5chroeder, of iT'
Gen. P. O.. f the Noi-thern Expediiser Co.
G OVER .11 EXT LOTS
On Wedneaday. May 3rd. ISSi, at 11 XI- at the front en
trance of Aluolaai Hale, will b suld at Public Auction,
criLDixc lots o kiLioK.inri runs, lots
's 117 1D 11$ 0 THE MirKiSIDE
OF LI X1LIL0 STREET. CPSET
PRICE, 00 E1CU.
Also ONE LOT of land containing 5 87-100 acres,
niauka of and adjoinins Lots 404 and 403, as per Govern
ment Survey Slap of K.ula;-kakua Plains. Cpa.t price
Oce-fourth cash and the balance in one, two and three
years, with interest at 9 per cent, per annum and mort
gage on the propertv. W. N. ARMSTROXO.
Minister of Interior.
Depart m.ut of the Intetior, April 1, 182. apl it.
Wi, Kauoci, by the Grace of God, of the Hawaiian
Islands, King, do proclaim :
That It U Our pleasure, in pursuance of Our Constitu
tion, that the Members of the Legislative Assembly of
Our Kingdom do assemble, at the Legislative Hall at Oar
Capital of Honolulu, for the dispatch of public buainea.
at 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY, the 29th day of April.
A D. F.ighteen Hundred and Eighty-two.
Given uader Our Royal Sign Manual, at Our
Palace in the City of Honolulu, this 21st
Seal day of February, 188-2, and the Ninth Tear
of Our Reign.
By the King :
Th"? Minister of the Interior,
W N. Armstrong. tf
Hosox.t l.l-. H. I.. Feb. 11th, 18S2.
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List of Licenses Expiring May, 1882.
2 Tee. Wo & Co, Nunanu Street Honolulu
3 A. Jaeger. Kaahumanu Street "
6 Conchee k Achat. Hotel Street
9 Ah Kat, Fish Market "
17 J. A. Hopper. Esplanade
20 Nam. Chong k Co., cor King and Mannakea Sts
21 Jos. F. Pickering, cor King aod Fort Sts
24 Yee On, Maunakea St . "
24 A. S. Cleghorn & Co., cor Queen and Kaahu-
manu Streets '
5 Pau, Sing, Tong & Co., Maunakea street "
20 J. II. Lynch, King Street ,
26 Chu Sam. King Street " f
26 Ahuna, Waialua I
26 Ahuna, Waialua
27 Ho, Tin, Chong, cor Merchant and Aalkea Sts
28 Israel Fisher, Liliha St
28 Hang Lum, Tong, Hotel 8t
30 Mrs. YV. H. Wilkinson. Fort St
2 H. B. Carr, Punahoa, Hilo
4 Ah Teng, Honokaa, Hainakua
7 Tuck Sung, Paukaa, Hilo
11 Xj. Ayana, Makapala. North Kohala
12 Pal) an a, Makapala. North Kohftla
15 C. H. Wetmore, Hilo
18 fan. Sam Kee, Hamakua
19 Ton Man, Laupahoehoe, Hilo
25 J. R. Mills, Kukuihaele, Hamakua
6 Cbas Pylva, Wailnku
7 J. C. Kirkwood. I.ahaina,
9 C H. Dickey, Haiku
10 Wong I.eong, Kainalu, Molokai
10 Kalepa, Makaena, Keanae, Koolau
12 Tarn Yon. Makawao
14 Alarna, Waihee
26 A. Enos & Co.. Wailuku
28 Knng Leong, Wailuku
9 Geo Irvin, Kekaha, Lihue
13 Chong Tai. Wainiea
18 Achouc. Waimea
2 Yee, Wo A Co., Nunanu St. Honolulu
3 Apo, Himikutpoko, Maui
5 Conchee dc Achat, Hotel St. Uonlulu
9 Conchee A Achat, International, Honolulu
7 D. Punohn, Lahaina, Maui
12 Lam Toi, Maunakea St. Honolulu
13 Ho. Tin Cheok. cor Merchant and Alakea St.
14 Nee Lee. Beretania St
23 Wm. Coffin, Kilanea, Kauai
24 Louis Kaltofen. Kekaha, Kauai
31 Cing Cheok, Nuuanu t.
1 E. P. Adams. Queen St
24 A. H. C leghorn A Co., cor Queen and Kaahumanu Sts.
29 J. I. Dowsett, Queen St.
13 Tenlong Aina. Lihue. Kauai
28 Awana, Makawao. Maui
12 J. W. Keeaomakani, Hilo, Hawaii
23 H. Bertflmann, Koca, Oahu.
1 Hart Bros., Hotel St Honolulu
2 J. 8. Lemon (Commercial) Honolulu
6 Awana. Makawao, Maui .
14 Aloi, North Kohala. Hawaii
30 Wm (jooduesB, Makawao, Maui
31 John Cox, Waialua, Oahu . .
2 Ah On. Honolulu, Oahu
3 Asee, Waianae, Oahu
,6 Ahina, Lihue, Kauai
What the People. Say.
We invite expressions of opinion from the public upon
all subjects of general interest for insertion under this
head of the Advebtiser. Such communications should
be authenticated by the name of the writer as a gua
rantee of good faith, but not necessarily for publica
tion. Our object is to offer the fullest opportunity for a variety
of popular discussion and inquiry.
To all inquirers we shall endeavor to furnish Informa
tion of the most complete character on any subject in
which they may be interested.
Mr. Editor : Runaway horsei are only n
commonly to be seen in our streets, and as
every man who has the knack or tho-AV
a frightened horse, I l?g to of
we could get the stoYekeerJ!
ities to have ropes or
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SATURDAY ... APRIL '29, 1SS2.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
At nHn t-ilay. His Majtty will ojnn the? ? niin
of the Legislature with tho usual fonnalitio.
We rNPEKTASi that Pr. MftlrfW has nr-Kotiated
the purchase of Mr. Herbert' interest in the lt ao
of the Hawaiian Hotel, and will receive an exlend
eJ lease from the Government. Although the
Eroperty belontrs to the Government, the new lease
as not been offered to public competition, tecaue
the terms of the ordinance under which the hotel
was built does not require it. The point wa sub
mitted to their Honors the Judr of the Supreme
Conrt. who have given their advice- to the effect
that, the hotel having been built for the benefit of
the country and not for reveuue purses, the
manner of dealing with it is eutuely within the
discretion of the Government.
ousins will meet at
the residence of
ir. j. b. .
Athertou this evening.
Onrat is a "drug" in this market as usual, but
just mw a rather costly one ; late seizures having
greatly advanced the price.
Giaxt powdek has lieeii extensively used in
breaking up coral rocks that obstruct the entrance
"to His Majesty's boat house.
, Fursek I5t( ki.Ev"s residence on the plains is now
entirely furnished, and the interior retlects credit
upon the designer of the internal appointments ; as
usual, a ladv.
It is reported that the little steamer formerly th
Kapiolani, netted her oh ner the sum of 273 dur
ing one week. The tug Tele earned ?S0 during the
Oth report of the proceedings of tho Supreme
Court is excluded through press of advertisements
ent in late.
There will lie no music this afternoon at Km ma
Square, on account of the baud's Merviocs being
required at tho opening of the Legislature. The
baud will give tho second moonlight concert on
Monday evening, May 1st, in Emma Square.
A Chinaman, at Hoopuloa, Hawaii, almut 5j years
of age, badly cut with a large butcher knife a
woman, because hke would not to accede to his im
portunities. He was arrested by the police and
taken aboard tho Iwalani, and conveyed to the
lockup at Xapoooo.
Letters are remaining in the oflice of II. Hack
feld A Co. for the following persons : Einil Wolff,
Carl Reffers, II. Aurep. Jobs. Keiler, ". Kaisi,
Fritz Hillebrand, Aug. Gissler, Jess Hartwichseu,
Diedr. Freso, Wm. McIntyre, A. H. Shipley.
Oj Thursday evening a mass meeting is to le
held at the Music Hall when resolutions in Hupjuirt
of the proposed total prohibition of the importa
tion and use of intoxicating liouors in the Islands
ill be presented for consideration.
Mb. II. L. Chase has, for some time past, again
been pursuing his old business of photography.
Some of his recently taken pictures of residences,
scenery, and landscapes are very pleasing, and show
that Mr. Chase has lost none of his old skill in
this department of art.
The grand lottery took placo last evening at tho
Commercial Hotel, and tho following were the
'fortunate numbers : Nos. 405, first prize; 2d, 2G(5;
3d, 435: 4th, 21; 5th, 640; Cth, 5!2; 7th, 245. Tom
;Walker took first prize, 4th, Stein and Bolte; 5th,
A. w. isusti; the others not yet claimed.
Two aailors belonging to the Lizzie Bell and
implicated in the broaching of tho chip's cargo
were stowed away in the F.arl Dalhousic, now half
way to San Francisco. The police hero are yet
acouring the city for them and other deserters from
the ship. They paid their tines before absconding.
The want of aubufban post-offices is beginning
to be much felt. A branch office at Waikiki would
pay expenses from the outset. Ho would ono at
the opposite end of tho town. There is also need
for an office, or at least a pillar-post, at the head of
Nuuanu Avenuo ; say at the junction with the
road to I'auoa valley.
By the Iwalani, tho Marshal received advice that
an insane South Sea Islander on tho plantation of
Mr. Charles Spencer at Hilea, Kan, had wounded
with a knife two of the white laborers on the
plantation. Fortunately tho injuries he indicted
have not proved dangerous and the men were in a
fair way towards recovery when tho steamer left.
On Thursday afternoon last, water flowed at tlio
artesian well which has been borod for the Gov
ernment at Aliiolani Hale under tho Hiiiieriiitcitd
cnee of Mr. Wm. Warwick. Yesterday morning
the flow rapidly increased as the boring proceeded. -At
two o'clock yesterday, when the tools wero'
temporarily run up, tho flow rose about an inch;
and a half above the top of the casing, which is;
seven inches in bore. At that time tho depth
reached was 702 feet. Boring will lie continued
till a full head of water is obtained.
Ox Saturday last, a scow whilst going out to tho
Iwalani lying at Honuapo, Hawaii, was capsized in
the surf, and the purser, Mr. Kimonson and three
men were thrown into the wea. The purser was
encumbered with heavy clothing, also $22 in silver.
He was assisted in the removal of his clothing by
one of the crew who was thrown out with him.
They did not leave tho clothes or money behind
them, but recovered everything and swam to tho
Ax the meeting of the Directors of the Honolulu
thletic Association held at the residence of the
president, Dr. Hutchinson, on Tuesday evening
fast, the plans of the gymnasium were approved,
jid Committees were appointed to secure life
members, so as to place the Association in funds to
pay for the building, which is to lo commenced at
once. The quarterly meeting of the members of
the Association is to be held on Thursday next. May
4th, in the Armory.
A young gentleman who took his horse out of
the District Pound the other day by breaking down
the fence, was charged with the offence lx-forc
Judge Bickerton yesterday and found guilty. He
was ordered to have the fence of the pound re
paired at once and to pay the pound foes, and has
to wait in suspense till this morning for the re
mainder of his sentence.
The charge against Ahuna, a Chinese store
keeper at Waialua, for selling liquor without
license, which was partly heard on the lllth inst.,
was again before the Police Magistrate on Thurs
day last. The defense set up was that Ahuna
was in Honolulu at the date on which the offence
was alleged to have Isjen committed. The Magis
tratJjcld that the charge was not substantiated,
and dis'esaaged the accused. Another charge of a
like characjeaslen preferred against him.
Ix accordance with n understanding between
the Hawaiian Postal ministration and tlio
Bureau International (Unive1 Postal Union) the
postage of mail matter belong??8 to tbe three laHt
catagories (papers, rrinted n tc'r nl samples)
which at first was 3 cents perVaS? 2 "z- for a11
countries of the Union outside Canada, Mexico
and the United States and office v111 tho 1ac,tic dl"
rectly served through these,1 be,,'n. 'u,'l
uniformly to 2 cents for all com .rtcs r V' Lmon
without exception, the modificaVon takino effect
from the 25th of April, 1882.
i T . -.i ;
We have received from Captain L,&in- ;
. . ,'it mo lerate
for Mexico, a file of the "Diario Oib !
enment gazette of the Mexie t.t
" Diario " contains from v
number of official doerii,
formation t1 tliw nl,
state of thing-b-j j J
Zltig & Lodging IICUSO,
Restaurant & Billiards !
SEE HOP i. CO. II tVK! V C
wild their Utgt Vrf Uoj.1i l
i v s j-.c nov
,-,!liu -lit, li b-i.t
Dining-rooms. Bed-rooms and
And are prefared to accotiin 1 lie
Boarders and Bjidgca9
And jrniii th'.'m wah
First-Class Faro and Clean
Rooms and Beds,
Waihing done on the lircui s;3.
marll 2m Y. ALAU, Jlanagcr. 1
Ar St. Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow morning,
tho Rev. T. Blackburn, B.A., propoMa to preach a
sermon on " Tenicranoe." The Rv. F. W. Mer
rill is expected to lo the evening preacher.
At Fort street church, Sunday, Mr. Cruan will
preach in the morning, and in the evening, in com
pliance with the re-jnrst of the Y. M. C. A., will
leftnre npnn tcnicrance. Theme. "The Three
Factors of the Tcnierafioo Problem."
The ' Tacitlc " of Han Francisco, in its iaane of
April 5th contain very complimentary mention of
the work of Mr. F.li Johnson, of Brooklyn, N. T.,
in the tenii ranee cause in California. Everywhere
large audiences throng t hear him. His lecture
on ' What People Drink and How they Make It."
is spoken of as Wing especially atartling and pow
erful. Mr. Johnson is expected on the steamer,
and is to spend a month in Honolulu and tiu
kingdom, laboring in the temperance cause tinier
the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Hallenbeck 1
also expected on the same steamer.
Thf second of the unique aeries of entertain
ments entitled. ' Evenings in Foreign Lands," will
Ins given in Fort street church next Wednesday
evening. China will be the country visited. Id
addition to some choiie music there will le the
following programme : 1st. Map lesson, by Mrs.
Cruzan ; 2d. The People of China, by Rev.' James
Alexander ; 3d. The King's Visit to China, and
What we Saw There, by Hon. W. N. Armstrong ;
4th. Chinese Siiierstilions and Hindrances to
Missions, by Miss Payson ; 5th. Christianity in
China, by J. A. Criizaii. The entertainment will
1m? held in the audience room, no admission fee
charged and all seats free. Those who attended
the Japan Evening" given two months ago, will
certainlv not miss the second entertainment.
The game of lawn tenuis appears to le growing
in favor in Honolulu. The taautiful lawn in front
of the rcsidcuoe of one of our leading physicians
almost daily presents a lively scene, with two
tennis courts in use at once. A Lawn Tennis Club
has also ticen instituted, and the Athletid Associa
tion in order to proiuitu the game has imported
two sets of first class material. Any game which
induces its votaries to frequent exercise in the open
air is valuable, more especiallv in a climate like
that of Honolulu itli it incentives to unwhole
some ht !.. rgy. It is to le Imped that the A tide tie
Association will endeavor to secure some suitable
iieee of ground more centrally ai tu a tod than the
Slakiki reserve for the Use of those who wish to
play this game.
Mn. lUitxAim, as Executor of the late Mr.
Susan Reynolds, offered at auction on Wednesday
last, four lots of land having frontages to King
street and immediately adjoining tho Roman
Catholic cemcterv, on this (the Ewa) side. Lot 1,
nearest town, sofd for $sho to Mrs. Gilman, lot V,
was Ismght by Mr. John Bowler for $950 ; hit 8, by
Mr. H. J. Want for $750, and lot 4. which is leased
at $120 per annum on a lease having eight and a
half years yet to run, fetched $820, Mr. Henry
Smith lieing the purchaser. The sixes of the lots
are as follows: Lot 1, forty-four one hundredths
of an aero ; lot 2, forty-tune "one hundredths of an
acre ; lot 3, twenty-six one-hundredth of an acre ;
lot 4, thirty-four one-hundredth of an acre.
By in r-KRKM K to our advertising columns, it
will bo noticed tin t an extraordinary opportunity
will le off .'red at the Hawaiian Hotel Stables ou
the 3rd inst.. to purchase a tine driving or riding
horse, ton buggies, rock a ways, road wagons, spring
wagons, harness, ltoth single and double, elegantly
mounted saddles, bridles, and all tho parapher
nalia necessary to completely equip a perfect
stable. The stock offered will undoubtedly attract
a nuinWr of lovers of tine horses, and Intending
purchasers should not lose tho oniMirtunity to ob
tain tho bargains that will probably be offered.
Officer Mhuitkns went over to Koolau the
other day, having been led to lielievo that the Chi
naman who recently escaped from the Station-
house, was hiding there. He and some of the
local constables made an nnetjiected raid on a
house where their man was known to have Leon
hiding when ho escaped Is-fore. They did not find
what they sought, but their disappointment wa
mitigated by tho discovery of some opium smokers.
These men and others caught in another house
wero charged lieforo Judge Kaulukou yesterday,
when four pleaded guilty and one obtained a re
mand till next Thursday,
AiiRANOEMENTM have just lioen made to open
some new streets, which will not only bo found
very useful, but must also greatly enhance tin
value of a considerable tract of laud hitherto com
paratively useless for residences, although lying so
near tho thickly-icoplc.l part of the town. One of
these streets will run from King street, starting
ou the Ewa sido of the Chinese Theatre, and run
ning parallel to Liliha street as far as School
street. The other streets run from this new street
to Nunanu street. Ono will lie a prolongation of
what is now known as Ford's lane, which ojsns
into Nuuaiiii street just alnive the first bridge, and
the other will Ik? in the same line as Kukul street.
It is rather regrettable that these cross streets art
nit to Ik? prol
it to Ik? prolonged as far as Li, ilia street.
Tayuiu gave his third organ recital
in St. Andrew's Cathedral on Tuesday evening last.
1 To was assisted on this occasion by Mile. Pouti
whoso solo, " Look down, Oh, Lord," was beau
tifully rendered. Mr. F. M. Hwaur.y and Mr.
Myron Jones also contributed to a very successful
fcvcuing.t J ho programme was as follows: Tii
umphal wedding march, Garratt ; Suite for orftat
in E-!!at major, Volckmar; Solo, Nazareth,'
(Gounod), Mr. Swany ; Pastorale in li-mlnor.
(Guiliuant), Mr. Jones ; Grand Offer toi re. Batiste ;
Andante and Pastorale from " William Tell, Ros
sini ; Solo, "Look down, Oh, Lord," (Nicolao)
Mile. Ponti ; Offertoirc in C, (Batiste), Mr. Jones .
Schlummcrlicd, Behr ; March of tho Israelites
Costa; Hawaiian Ponoi. M r. Taylor will not resumi
his recitals until Tuesday, the liith May, on account
of the many other matter which will engage th
attention of the public in the meantime.
The temperance question is at the front. It is
irrepressible. So far us the advocates of prohlbl i
tion are concerned there is an advance all alontj
the line. Some efficient work has already 1ooi
done? among tho natives by representative s-akerJ
from among our foreign population. In Fort
street church recently, two or three Wednesday
evening meetings have lcn devoted to tcrnis-rance
To-morrow, at the request of the Y. M. C. A., al
the churches in the kingdom will devote one oi
their services to it. Next Thursday evening then
is to be a grand Temperance Mas Meeting in tin
Music Hall, this city. Tho following are amont:
the speakers who have consented to address that)
meeting: Revs. James Alexander and M. E. Bishoi
Hon. A. F. Judd, Messrs. S. It. Dole, V. C. Jones.
J. A. Cruzan and others. This meeting will 1
" immense " not only in attendance, but in elo
qnence and influence. Let the facts bo presented
Wc are glad to see this combined movement :
thowo who believe in temperance. This wWR
question must Is? thoroughly discussed weighed
and settled. But it will never be stled uutll it
is settled right. "
Captain Webber, tho newly-appointed com
mander of tho 8. S. Zealandia, was, on arrival
of that vessel at Honolulu last week, presented
with a handsome and valuable gold chain by th
eibin passengers, with tho following address:
" S. S. Zealandia, April 17, 182. We, the under
signed passengers on tho S. S. Zealandia, from (as
Francisco to Honolulu, iesire, in tins mar-jv
express our fuM M-prociation of Capt-'
WeblK-r's uniform eourh.'J toward r
tions to our comforts. We furr thm"
to our appreciation of the K)erii
board tho ship, and the WMrfr'oSG At CO,
ciency of his officers. Yl '
accompanying gift as
ami as a souverur
I)"' SUGAR PLANTERS.
Having tested the Efficiency of
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Auil li-'r-Iiy give i.otice that I am prepared
To Furnish Material or Contract to erect
Liries of any desired Length or
j I'artie iiitcrctcil in the transportation of Bofar Cans
Siii'ar. I- Ufl t McrrliHiidUe, nrcially over broken Slid difll
i c.ot vr-uml. ar n.vit.l t . nnri the line workins upon soy
. ,l .mat on at Kvaiiu. or ihe proQIe of the same on view at Ins
(.'lilfL- or Mcs . . ll Irwin Co . Honolulu.
Any ii.fi.riiiHii.in win lie rhe -rluliy givm by ths uodrslgneo
' crliv .Mll J M . l llil I'f'l.M , cre Messrs. Irwin at Co., was
M v'"il lo alni'-s wln-re llnt-s may bs desired, and mass W-
in (l.is and emiuiaUB fur Hie mine.
Z. S. SPALDING.
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