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AY, J'A. 20, 188!l.
This Day's doings.
Band at Einiua square. 4:!
Uniuii 'Prayer labeling, Buthol,
,.G. A. K. 7:0()
II. Amateur Minstrels, Music
Hull at 1:00.
Bethel, Kcv. Dr. Damon, nlll
Fort. St. Church, Itev. J. A. C'ttr
zan, morning ami evening.
llihlo Class! at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at J) : 15.
,..St. Androwrs Cathedral, Kcv. fS.
"Wallace, morning and craning.
Is not peculiar to any one particular
country or nation, but is common to
many' countries and diverse nation
alities. True, in some places it is
more abundant than in others, and
with some environments it thrives
better than with others. It .seems to
lie a somewhat modern development
of animal life. If not a necessary,
it appears to be n natural, out
growth of "free institutions." Many
full-blown specimens of'this genus
of humanity, 'in its most ridiculous
1ypc, may be found here in Hono
lulu, where they appear to flourish
unchecked." They congregate at cer
tain street corners in the evenings,
ogling passers-by with unchaste
thoughts and whispers, and later in
the day they may bo found display
ing their folly aud recklessness in
resorts of vice and infamy. It is
grievous to sec these youths poison
ing their young moral life with
foppery, idleness, vulgarity, and
dissipation. The timely exercise .of
a little more restraint by parents and
guardians might have prevented the
appearance of this species of human
creature, and now that it actually
exists in well-defined and unmistak
able form, vigorous and frequent ex
ternal application of the cat-o-uinc-tails
might do much towards exter
minating' the pest. Anyhow, wc re
commend this prescription to the
thoughtful consideration of all con
C3incd, having full confidence that,
if judiciously applied, it will pro
duce beneficial results.
Yesterday" wo called on Captain
Hansen, of th ? bark Hermann, and
inquired ab to ihc correctness of our
report of the disaster. From his
observations wc make the following
corrections and additions: Three
clays after leaving port they en
countered a heavy g'dc, and, the
short heavy sea which followed
caused the vessel to spring a leak,
The leak is now a steady one, the
depth of water in the hold being
alike in fair or foul weather. After
continuing three weeks on their pas
sage' he determined to put back, and
reached here as already described.
'The vessel is 'insured, but by whom
is. not known here. The leak occur
red more nearly about' 18 N. and
118 V. Surveys will bo made, and
then it will bo 'kiiown whuC will o
tloiie with the vessel. In the mean
time pumping is" being carried on
night andday, andfthc deck-load of
lumber is being rafted ashore so as
to lighten her in the water, that hUc
jnuy be brought in.
THE Y. M. 0. A,
On Thursday night held their usual
monthly meoting in the Bethel
Vestry. There was a good 'attend
ance, both of members and. visitors.
Prof. Pratt occupied the chair. The
reports from the, numerous Com
mittees were encouraging.'" Then
came the business of the evening
' the reading of a paper on 'The
aims tuuf objects of the Association,"
by Chief justice Judd. It was well
received, and a good, earnest, dis
cussion followed, in which many
diverse, and good opinions were
. S'.ycn. on the desirability of adding
borne new foim of attraction for
young incn, to the Association, The
meeting then adjourned after, pray
er. Next month Mr. I'. Damon will
present a paper on "yVhat, as a Y.
M. C. A., shall we do for the boys
of Honolulu ?,
police court January 19.
Malikn, w., l.cwini, w., drunks,
forfeited boil (if 810 each. Jvnulti
laaii, drunk, forfeited bail of SO. J.
C. Patrick, drunk, fined So and 81.
'J0 costs. Yet Wane, keeping a vic
tualling house without a license since
the 2nd instant; remanded to 22nd.
Ilailanin, Ivamckona and ICaai, man
slaughter in 1st degree, by causing
the death of one I'aiola, k., during
the night of the fith or morning of
7th January, 1882; remanded to the
22nd. Ilailania Kamckonn and Kaai,
remanded from the flih, assault and
battery on Paiola. JSol.pros. J.
V. Wngcnheini, an insane person.'
Dr. llngan appeared and stated that
the man was unsafe, and shoutd not
bo at liberty; committed to the lu
O. F. Holmes vs. Jos Keiliahi, re
manded from lHlli, deserting con
tract service ; remanded to 22nd.
Kamaiki, k., vs. Aliia, w., action
for trespass, damages $80 ; continu
ed to the 21th.
K. Halstcad vs. Ivaluhilaau, re
manded from 17th, deserting con
tract service ; case discontinued ;
Emma square Concert.
The Band will give a concert at
Kiinna Square, this afternoon, at
1:30 o'clock. Following is the
March The Prize Jcnlcko
Overture l'clcr Scliinoll Wclier
15iill.nl Morning Beethoven
Selection Tito Magic Flute Mozart
Waltz HciiH-nihrniit-c Wnldtcufcl
) Will never go back no
2 Quicksteps more Miller
) MaM'ottc And i, -m
Local & general items.
T. A. Goodwin was acquitted of
the charge of manslaughter jrster-
Mai-chant's new cigars arc ex
cellent: wc have tried them and
say, Go thou and do likewise.
Tiu-'nt: will be, a meeting of G. W.
DcLong Post G. A.-It. to-night. A
full attendance is requested.
Tin: Band will give the second
Moonlight concert on Monday
evening at Emma Square, at 7:30
Aix those licensed drivers who
haven't yet got their badges arc re
quested to call at the. Police Station
this morning and get them.
On Thursday an express ran away
along King street, and stopped in
front of the Government Buildings.
No one was in it at the time.
"Man's peril and the way of es
cape," will be Mr Cruzan's theme
Sunday morning, and "Is God an
gry at the sinner?" in the evening.
.T.i M. Oat, .hi., & Co. are now
showing some interesting photo
graphs of the mills, &c, and tho
crater on Hawaii. The wharf at
Iloiuiapo is n good picture. ,
Tin: Itcv. (!. Wallace will deliver
a lecture on Tuesday evening next,
in the Hall of the Library & Bead
ing Boom Association. Subject:
"A fine Art much Neglected."
Wi: again draw our readers' atten
tion to the fact' that Dr. Hitchcock
is 'expected by the Mail steamer.
Tickets for the course of lectures
can now be obtained from the mem
bers of the Y. M. C. A.
On Thursday afternoon, as au ex
press with two Indies in it was turn
ing the corner of Fort and King
streets the horse stumbled. He
slipped along with his head down for
some distance and finally fell. "No
ono was injured.
Tub following officers hare been
elected by tho Directors of the Ka
piolani Park Association: Hon. A.
S. Clcghorn, President; Dr. J, S.
McGrcw, Vice-President; ,11. Mae
farlanc, Secretary; C. Brown,
Duitixo the trial of Hauti Dr.
Staiigcnwidd gave a very complete
and succinct rename of the analyses
made and performed, experiments
on no less than 14 lizards showing
conclusively tho nature of the poi
son. Mu. Wl'ay Taylor will give his
tenth Free Organ Bccital ncxt'fucs
day evening, Jnn. 28rd, ot St. An
diew's Cathedral, when lie' will be
assisted by Miss Micliic'la and other
Some person went into the garden
belonging to Mr. Fyfc, on Bcrctania
strict, the other day, and not only
broke down a number of shrubs, &c.
but carried, off several very choice
and rare plants.
At the ncpnrlurc of the Iwnlnui
yesterday many drunks were to be
seen. "Many of the Railors wore put
on board drunk. Mr. Foster look
two bottles of liquor from two of
them and biokc them on the wharf.
Ltvr.i.Y work was. shown in idling
off the steamer Juntos Makcc" oil
Thursday. At live minutes to 1 p.
in. the captain was notified to get
ready to go out to sea and low in
the Hcrmanii. By 1 :13 p.m. steam
was up, and (100 bags of coal and
some other heavy freight were put
on board, as ballast. . , , .
Ox Tuesday last Mr. J. Ilnysclden
and his father had a narrow escape
from a fatal accident in Nuunnu st.
They were in their buggy when the
hiirsc suddenly became restive, and,
turning sharp,- locked tho wheels.
As the cirringc was -tipping, over
both jumped out. The shafts were
smashed and further damage would
have been done if Marshal Parke,
who was near, had not stopped the
Is connection with the trial of
liana, for poUoning her husband, it
may be mentioned that it was sus
pected that she had obtained tho
poison from a Chinaman. To test
whether this could be done or not a
man was scut round, who procured
from a Chinese drug store a quan
tity of nux vomica, ready for use,
and bi-sulphurct of arsenic ; of each
enough to kill 10 to 20 persons. He
got it under pretense of wanting to
poison a dog. It appears to us that
a strict supervision should bo exer
cised over the sale of such drugs.
" Laugh and grow fat," says tho
old and familiar adage, and the peo
ple of Honolulu will have an oppor
tunity of indulging in a side-shaking
.laugh this evening, in tho , Music
Hall, for the sum of ono dollar, that
may be worth more to their general
health than ten times that value of
doctors' physic. The Hawaiian
Amateur Minstrel Troupe have been
diligently rehearsing for several
weeks past, and will exhibit the re
sult of their practice at the time and
place just indicated. Solos, duets,
choruses, dances, speeches, and
farces make up the programme; and
wc confidently promise tho public,
on behalf of the minstrels, their
money's' woth, and probably a little
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Furniture Sale, "
At the residence of J. M. Diyidson, Eq.
No. 138 Berelnnia street,
(opposite lcsidcnco of T. It. Walkci)
Wednesday, Jiuiuary 24tli,
At 10 a.m. will ho bold the cntiio
Consisting in part as, follows:
Handsome pailor,ult,r liicces,
Centre table, Una engraving,
Cluindcljers, nigs, whitlow curtains,
Cornice!-, easy chairs, library tabic,
B. W. chain, secretary and 'book.-case,
Hahdsoie 1). w, carved marble top
BEDliO.OM SET, ,
Consisting ofi bedstead, bureau, wash.
stuiu, rocker, 3 clnijrs ami towel rusk,
beautiful b. w." wardrobe, with mirror
full length, liair'aud spring niattrcw,
pillowb, blankets, .coverlets, jnobipio
nets, a new howlngJ machine in perfect
order, chambcrd-cls, single, and double;
b w. betUteiidh. '
J). W. sideboard, ct. dlningtable,
Dining chairs, glass ifc roelccrywnro,
Cutlery iiml plated ware,
Bofrigcrator, meat 'wife,
Kitchen stove, in order;
Kitchen furniture, step-ladder,
Wheelbarrow, bath tub, lint ruck,
Alo, largo Koa olllco table, J. U.'W.
hotd'cuse, (ifileo chairs and table.
K. V. Adams, Auctioneer.
f r . ' -i i
I fead Guni'tei-H.
Geo. W- De Long 1'oM,, No. 1.1.
O. .A.. It.
A regular meeting of the Post
will bo held at Head Quarter",
K.ufl Hull, THIS (Batiudny)
KYENINC. at 7 -ao sharp.
It. W. LAINE.PoM. Com 'dr.
AT a Hireling of the Directors of Ka
plohini l'aikAshOuiatlonbcld Jan.
18th, 1883, the following ufl1rcr were
elected for tho ensuing vear, vl.s
A. B. ("leghorn l'ro 'ident.
J)r. J. 8. McGrcw. ...VlcivPry.
II. It. Miicfarlaiie Sccictary.
Cecil III own ,. ..TiemuiriT.
Signed, II. It. JIAQFAHLANK,
W lw " fivv. K, 1. A,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Reserve this space for announcements of
of which' they have large invoices to arrive.
. . .,
No vol tics in all Linos of
LUMtlCATIXG OILS. , , ,
Just H -
A large Conxignnier.t of
Kerosene Oil, in faueet nozzle cans,. 150 Fire Test,
fi mn Eastern ltclincrs, for sale in mtantitias to suit, $ "i '
at very low
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Iktween the Hawaiian Islands and Ihc United States, and , i
between the Hawaiian Islands and ,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General' ,
Ofllce, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazelle Block.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and properly for sale in alfp.irts of Honolulu and the various Island.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu,
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
wc will hold our
Regular Room Sale
On Friday of each week.
F. S. PBATT & Co. Auctioneers.
MUSIC JIAMD, '
January 20tli, 1883.
New Songs ! New Solos !
New Duets ! New Dances !
New Farces, &c.
Secure your Tickets Early.
Tickets can now be bad at
.T. AV. KobcrtHon As Co.'s.
By thejStnir City or New York,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
Tilltlit'H' & (flCIltlt-Illl-U'M
Embroidered and plain scutt.
Bridies in Rnsset & Blk leather
Mtidiirg Whip-i uml Harness',
The' flnc-t ever imported into these Is
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bugs, Pouches, and
Busset Leather Saddle Bugs,
, , OSLY AT
I .' J. H. IYIVOII'H,
MO' No. 88 King street.
ABESl'ECTABLE TIDY GIBL or
inlddhtagcd woman to tiiko.caro
of children and act as nurse, and to tra
vel witli the family in foreign hinds.
Comfortable litmiu ottered with suit
Adtlros-i or apply to'J. E. WISEMAN,
tienuifil Business Agent, No. 27 Mer
cluiat stieet. SOU lw
II for Plantation on rCauai. Apply to
21)1) 4t II. Haokkkm) & Co.
CEDAR ' SHINGLES I
Jtvr Ilix'S'ivun nv
2!)9 , Alien A ItobhiMOii.
827 Good unbleached cotton
11 yards, for only 1 ,00, nt Clms.
J, Fiahcl's LciiUinyMilHiiory Houyo
, ". .r
i - IV
IT II '
Agricultural Implements, -u
V - .'iflkijfc--'
r. ttn " 'M m oiji
Notice of IHMNoIntion.
THE co-partncrsliip heretofore exist
ing between .Bruce Cartwright, Y.
S. Luce and A. TV. Bush, under the llrm
name or style of the Union reed Co., is
this day dissolved.
Dated Honolulu, January 8, 1883. ,
THE partnership heretofore existing
between the said parties' abore
mentioned was not dissolved on the 28th
day of December, 1882. The under
signed has not purchased the interest of
W. S. Luce and A. W. Bush, and lias not
assumed all the liabilities of said firm".
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8,,1883. 802 lm
FT1IIE Union Peed Company, composed
X of Bruce Cartwright, W. S. Lure,
and A. W. Bush, was dissolved on the
28th day of December, 1882, Bruce Cart,
ivright purchasing the entire interest of
W. b. Luce and A. W. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, censed to bo
partners in the said Union Feed Comp.
nny. Bruce Cartwright, the purchaser,
assuming all liabilities of said Compnny
prior to date of dissolution thereof.
W. S. LUCE.
291 lm A. W. BUSH.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the firm
of Broglie, Spcar& Co, is this day
dissohed by mutual consent. A. W.
All'claiins will be paid by-O. Broglie
and J. ,A. Spear, and all debts will bo
collected by them.
The business will continue under tho
firm name of Broglie & Spear.
John A. Si'KAii.
A. W. RlCIIAllUSOK.
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1883. 21)0 lm
car ivotico "a
LL DEBTS due to tho undersigned
xV must be paid on or before the iilst
January, otherwise they will be placed
in the bunds ol a collector. '
29f 2w CAPT. MARCHANT.
AT the Annual Meeting of the East
Maui Phintatiqii Co., held nt Hono
lulu, January 17th, 1883, the following
ojllcers, jveroelectetl for the enstillig
Col. W. P. Allen . .President
J. E. Hnfl'mnnn Vice President
P. C. Jones, Jr . . Scc'y and Trea
W. F. Allen Auditor
Messrs. W. F. Allen, At G. Ellis, aud
P. C. Jones; Jr'.
1100 ilw P. C. JONES, .Tn., Sco'y.
Having purchased the good .will of the
Hotel Street Market, no are now pic
pared to supply old customers and new
ones with llio best quality of Beef, Mut.
ton Pork, Veal, Poultry and Eggs at
Shipping supplied with live stock.
CAVENAGII &, Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 188!i. 203
The Hotel Street Market
Is now In n position to supply their cus.
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho meal line.
Send in your oitlcfs. Prompt delivery.
201 Oavi-xagii & Co,
A. S. CLEGHOEN & Co,
Have received a large assortment of
Boots & Shoes
to bAiit all classes of purchasers, U