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MR. JOSEPH STUART Is authorized
Uncollect nil nccounts duo Tim
DailYBitlletin, on nnil after this iliitc,
whosul'rccclpt for the pnnic will ho suflU
J)Ati.v Bulletin' Office,
Honolulu, Fob. lOlh, 188H.
SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting of Honolulu Cathedral
Building Comlnltteo at Aliiolnnl Uti
le, nt 12 noon.
Missionary Gleaners, Fort St.
Clutrcli, at 2 :0.
Bund at Emma Stmnrc, nt -1 :30,
Coronation Lottery . nt Beaver
Amateur Minstrels at Music Hall,
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:30.
Bethel, Kcv. Dr. Diunon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Key. J. A. Cur
zan, morning and evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15.
' St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. G.
Wallace, morning and cvsning.
Fuiday, Maiicii 2.
Kaihawai, drunk, forfeited $6
bail; Lorn a, fast ruling, fined $10
and 3.50 costs.
R. Grieve, common nuisance, in
m-intins a certain publication called
the Pupa Kahikuhi o na Hula
l'oni ilfoi, containing certain ob
scene language, at Honolulu, on or
about the I2th Feb. A. S. Hartwcll
for defendant. Plead guilty by ad
vice of his lawyer. Mr. Hartwcll
made a statement that the manu
script had been brought to Mr.
Grievcjn the regular course of busi
ness. Ho is not acquainted with the
Hawaiian language. It was brought
before his foreman and printed with
Ins 'sanction, ns it was brought by
nn officer ol the Hawaiian Govern
ment, Mr. Wm. Auld. The judge
stated that he couldn't go on with
the case till the Government bad put
him in such a position that tho pub
lication referred to would be before
him in a language he understood.
Remanded till the 5th.
Win. Auld, common nuisance, in
publishing a certain publication, &c.
&c. J. Russell for defendant. Rc
' inauded till the 5th.
Kawainui vs. W. C.
action for 8200 damages, continued
from the 28th. Mr. Dole for plain
tiff ; E. Preston for defendant. Mr.
Hole moved for leave to amend com
plaint by inserting after the word
damages a clause " to property,
business and feelings of plaintiff."
Leave granted. J. U. Kawainui
called and sworn, deposes that he is
n journalist, and proprietor of the
Puc Aina. On -the 23rd February,
between 1:15 and 4 :30 r.u., defen
dant lode down to my office and got
from his carriage, went to where my
bulletin board hangs, and. without
warrant or word seized it, and said,
I take possession of this bulletin
board." Ho ran quickly, into the
carriage. At this time I did not de
mand my property, as I was excited.
When ho got in his carriage I asked
him whether the frame was any
" value- to liiin. He returned tho frame
and kept this paper. (Paper produc
ed.) In answer to Mr. Dole, ho
Enid : I did not consent to his taking
it down. He didn't ask for permis
sion. Ho gave no reasons for it. I
was excited and frightened nt tho
time becnusc it was tho Marshal of
the Kingdom, and therefore did not
prevent him. My brother was there
and my working boys. Mr. Ilojikius
was with the Marshal. Aftor bo re
turned mo the frame lie told mo, "I
want to take this bulletin of yours
into tho Palace." He said nothing
else. He still had it in hia hand I
then went to consult n lawyer (C.
Brown) ; ho wrote a letter addressed
to the Marshal, asking him to return
it immediately. (Letter produced.)
In answer to Mr. Preston : Either
my brother or jnyeelf lUlfwlcuvd,
the paper from tho bulletin board.
On noklng litis question a second
time lie said ho was not sure ; his
mind was confused ; it was his im
picssion that the Marshal look it
out. Later in tile evening I went to
sec him. 1 thought he was going to
arrest mo, and 1 wanted to show
him I hadn't run nwny. lie offered
me this paper (tho bulletin) with a
receipt. If I signed it he would give
the paper to inc. I told him the
matter was in the hands of an attor
ney, and i would miner tcavc it 10
hiiiL It was brought nt 8:30 a.m.
next day by a policeman, without a
receipt. After some further ques
tions from both lawyers lie was dis
missed, and Kahumoku was called
up. This witness simply testified to
the fact that tho Marshal took the
bulletin board down.
Clias. Hopkins, sworn. I am clerk
to tho Marshal. I went with him to
Kawninui's office. Between 4 and 5
im. of Feb. 23rd, ho told me he
wanted me logo down to Kawninui's
as I could read Hawaiian and un
derstand it, to road a certain item in
the daily bulletin J. U. Kawainui
had outside his. office. We botli got
into an express and drove down. We
got off the carriage. I went to the
board, and.looking over it I saw the
item, and said here is the item now.
Just then some people came out of
the office. (Here the testimony was
much tho Bamo as the others, the
only addition being that ho testified
that the Marshal had sought for Ka
wainui that night three times to iind
him, but couldn't.
W. C. Parke called and sworn.
(Before swearing he put his left
hand on the book instead of the
right until his attention was drawn
to it. ) His testimony was much the
same as the others, except as to
minor details. In answer to Mr.
Dole:. 1 don't know as I had any
legal authority. Have been
Marshal thirty-three years. I
passed the bulletin into the bands
of the Chamberlain. He had asked mo
if what he had heard were true to ask
J. U. Kawaiaui to take it down, but
as it was not exactly like that, I
thought it better to take that and
show him. Mr. Preston then ad
dressed the Court, urging that the
Marshal had not done it in his offi
cial capacity, but as a private citi
zen, and that tho grounds for dam
nges were small; that permission
had been granted by Kawainui to
take it, inasmuch as he, himself had
taken it out of the frame. Mr. Dole,
in a lengthy and eloquent address,
stated that Kawainui had only done
so through fear of the duly consti
tuted officers of the law, and, al
though pecuniarily, the damages
were small, still, as a matter of prin
ciple, they ought to be heavy. They
had only asked for $200 damages to
bring it within the jurisdiction of
this Court, and so have the matter
summarily settled. No less than 4
articles of the Constitution had been
violated, Kos. 1,9, 12 and 14. It
was not a case of Kawainui against
Parke, but of the whole, people
against official aggression. It was
a direct invasion of the Conslitu-
lional rights of citizens, and if heavy
damages were not inflicted, as n.
warning to others, wo might have
any man's papers, letters, &c, car
ried off and returned, by official
orders, with impunity, on the ground
that no pecuniary damaged were in
flicted .by the act. lie quoted a
number of authorities in support of
his views. Judgment deferred till
Awanwa (k) vs. Nnolio (k) action
of assumpsit tor $73 judgment con
fessed for 72 attorny $7.20 costs
3,00. "W. C. Aolii (administrator
of Pao's estate) vs. Kiiluna (w)
action of trover damages at 200
continued by consent to 9th, (also
between same parties an aotion for
rent 174 continued to flth)
For the month ending February 28,
1883. Ages Under 1, 7; 1 to 5,
0; 5 to 10, 2; 10 to 20, 4; 20 to .30,
1 ; 30 to 40, 7 ; 40 to 50, G ; 50 to
GO, 12; GO to 70, 5; over 70, 4;
Total 18. Of whom 21 wcro un
attended. Causes of death. Aneurism 1,
Asthma 1, Consumption 0, Convul
sions 2, Congestion of Drain 2, De
bility 2, Dropsy 2, Dysentery 2,
Fever (5, Hemorrhage 2, Indigestion
1, Leprous Exhaustion 1, Leprosy 2,
Old Age 1, Paralysis 2, Pneumonia
1, Rheumatism 1, Unknown 7.
Comparative monthly mortality.
February, 1878, 4G deaths ; Feb
ruary, 1879, 70 ; February 1880, 59;
February, 1881, 71 ; February, 1882,
38; February, 1883, 18.
J. II. Ditowx,
Agent Board of Health.
' Tub Hawaiian Amateur Minstrel
Troupo will give another of their
excellent performances lo-niglit tit
tho Music Hull.
.-'bmma square concert.
Tho Band will give n concert at
Einnia Square this afternooiij com
mencing at 4:30 o'clock. Tho fol
lowing is tho programme :
Mnrch Dellllr Twckko
Overture Joan of Arc Verdi
Wultz JTy Friend i Gnsnor
Selection Bollsnilo Donizetti
Waltz Flower Show ' Cootc
Polka Attist Cootc
The Mnkco brought 25-18 bags of
sugar, and tho Wnioli 800 bags.
Tho Catoi ina brought 5200 b.tgs of
Tho Jennie Walker brought 1840
Local & general Items.
Tub Band will give nn extra con
cert on Monday evening, March 5th,
in Emma Square.
Yi:sTr.ui)AY salutes were fined
from tho men of war on tho occasion
of a visit from the ministry.
Yr.sTKKi)AY the fence of Wilder's
lumber yard facing Fort street was
moved back, so that there is (mite
a wide foot path on that side of tho
Wr. hear that tlio Hcalani, just
built by Mr. Sorenson as a yacht for
His Majisty, is now to bo used at a
coaster, going to Pearl river in the
Tim produce exports from San
Francisco to these Isiand for tho
month of January, 1883, were
$283,500, against $19S,300 for tho
same month in 1882.
IIoi'FSCiiLAr.mm's old establish
ment is being pulled down, and gra
dually the whole corner will be made
ready for the new buildings to be
erected for Mr. Jas. Campbell.
ExritKSS establishments notify that
they arc open day and night, but we
have heard complaints lately that
when persons telephone for expresses
during the night time that they can't
Tun following is n translation of
the item on J. U. Kawainui's bulle
tin, which caused the trouble : " Be
it understood by those who have not
received any invitation to the Luau
they arc not to go in tho Luau
verandah, or they will be kicked by
the upstart Chamberlain."
Tin: ordinances of adult and in
fant baptism, and the Lord's Supper
will be administered nt Fort street
Church, Sunday morning, and seven
persons admitted to membership. In
the evening Mr. Cruzun will conti
nue the present scries of sermons on
" The Home," taking for his theme,
" The Homo with Children in It."
The Police court was crowded
yestorda' morning to hear the enso
Kawainui vs. Parke. A numl.or
wcro there again iu the afternoon to
hear the case against Messrs. Grieve
and Auld for piinting and publish
ing tho programmcvof tlio coronation
hula. Amongst them wcro repre
sentatives from every printing es
tablishment in tlio citv.
Yi:sTi:nn.vY wo wont out with tlio
Road Supervisor to sco tlio progress
of road-repairing on the Kalilu and
Monnnlua roads. Tlio road as far
as Kalihi has been woll mado of
white coral, and is now in splendid
condition. Tho Supervisor tells us
it will last about 8 or 10 years with
out remaking. Just beyond Kalihi
is a very nasty patch of mud and
fatones. This will bo started on to
day, as tlio men nro now working
from Kaliauiki towards it. "When it
is finished tho road will bo a splendid
one of about 4 milus in length.
Yi:stj:way three Hawaiians wero
driving a heavy load of hay down
Fort strcot towards tlio wharf. With
tho usual laziness tlioy hud perched
thoinsolves on tho top of tlio load.
"When tlio horfeo arrived at tlio inau
ka end of tlio now made road it was
unable to pull tho loud up it, These
tlio threo Jay on top of tho hay and
laughed, never thinking' of getting
down to assist tlio horso. In its
efforts to pull along it swerved round
and over went tlio threo into tho
foft earth with 5 or 0 of their bales
of hay tumbling about their cars. It
served, them right,
DILLINGHAM SfCOTS "
BULLETS OF NEW GOODS !
Howc'h fStaiuhml feicnlcn, cmloucd by the United States
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scales, &c, &c.
A now and carefully selected assortment of
ClMuulollerM, Lumpw, ami XamtcniM.
Carriage Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Plows ami Agricultural Impl'onts
The largest variety to be found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Somothing for Everybody a now discovery,
Tlie Mag'iicso-Calcito Mro Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases nnil Bond Cnso3.
At a test ot the fire proof qualities of tho Magncso-Calclto", hold on the sand-lot
near the City Hall, Sun Francisco, Nov. 27th,- a pllcof nliout a cord of pitch-pine-wood
was prepared, mid live gallons of tar poured over it. A small iron chest,-with
n 1? inch lining of Miinco-calcltc w.is placed In the centre of tho pile nnd tho
muss set Mro to. ' After the chest had been kept at u red heat for an hour, it was
taken from tho fire, cooled with water, and opened, nnd tho contents, consisting of
papers and ohculars, were found in a perfect state of preservation, being not nt all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We, ihcundcrngnud, wore present nt tho above test, and saw the hoi opened,
and wo certify to tho perfect preservation of its contents. Tlio entire test was por
fcclly satisfactory to us. II. L. Dodge, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. H. Latok,
A public lest ol tho quality ol these goods will be made at an early dato.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Botwccnthc Hawaiian Islands nnd the United States, and ,
between tho Hawaiian Islands nnd
J. JE. "WISEM-A.!,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General '
Office, 27 Merchant street, --'.. Hawaiian Gazette Block. (
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the. Kingdom. . '
Land and piopcrly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rcnt,cn suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
AUCTION SALES BY LYONS & LEVEY.
By order of His Excellency the Minister
of Interior, wo will
iSoll ly .Auction
On Monday Next, March 5,
nt 12 noon, a quantity of
PLANKS AND LTJMBEK,
On the Eplanadc.
Lyons & Lkvev, Auctioneers.
BY tho undersigned, EMPLOYMENT
us accountant. Town or country.
J NO. 1UTSON,
To bc'fouml.nt tho Office of J. I. Dow
sett, Queen street. U04
NYONE having a copy of J. W
Kuuwahi's " Form Book" to dit
pose of, will iind a purchaser by sending
aoa tf 3. W. KonEHTBox & Co.
I ENGINEER and Practical Mechanic,
Irf now in charge of one of the .largest
sugar mills of the Kingdom, desires to
mako a change with a view of Undine
pleasant surroundings for wife and
young son (now in the U. S.) Best of
Honolulu and other refeienccs and tes
timonials. Addicbs "Enoinlkk," Daily
Bulletin Office. 028 !lw
A PEW GENTLEMEN can be accom.
inodatcd with Board at a private
limine, in a respectuhlo neighborhood,
and within 5 minutes of the Po-t Office.
For particulars apply at tho Bulletin
Office. 310 lm
STRANGERS will And a
at 11 N ituanu Avenue. Rooms furnish,
ed single or suite, at moderate charges.
UUP Um MRS. J. T. WHITE
Store House To Let,
CAPABLE of holding 500 BALES of
HAY, lately occupied by G. W.
Miicfarlano & Co. Apply to
J. i. DOWSETT,
338 lw Queen street.
Will tako place on
March 3ul, at the
Beaver Saloon, 3?orC Street.
B37"Only a fw Prize Tickets left,
to be had at
MR. A. HERBERT having received
soiao choice varieties of
Vines from California,
is now ab)o to supply them In quantities
to suit to those who would wisli to try
the oxpciimcut. If any aru doubtful of
tlio .success of It they should go out and
sec his Ranch at Kalihi,
Mltf AddicssP. O. Box 44
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
IN accordance, with an order made by
Hon. B. II. Austin, Justice of tho
Supreme Conrt, sitting in Probate, tho
Sell at Public Auction,
On the premises,
At tho ftcsidonco ot the late C. T. Dillingham
The following property,
tho 14th day of March, 1883: "
at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
Property of tho Into C.T. Dillingham,
adjoining tho property of Dr. J. M.
Whitney on the north and of B. F. Dil
lingham on tho south. Size of lot
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, nnd water laid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling House
contains seven rooms, besides bath
room, pantry and kitchen.
There are good Oiit-Bulldings consist
ing of servants' house, carriage
house, stalls for 2 horses, feed room,
tool room, harness room, &c.
Tho Buildings aro all nearly new, and In
Title in Fee Simple.
House Furniture to be sold consists f
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron single bedstead,
1 Lounge, 1 Cauo Sofa,
2 Black walnut Rockers,
Black walnut canu scat chairs,
2 Children's rockers,
1 Centre table, marble top, '
1 Small table, mnrblu top,
1 Extension dining table, b.w.
1 3-light chandelier,
1 Dining room lamp,
1 Chest of drawers,
Lot of pictures,
Lot of New Crockoryware,
1 Stove, 1 Bath tub,
1 Canal Barrow,
1 Lot of Tools, .
1 Carriage Marc,
1 Saddle Mare,
1 Set of Harness,
1 Saddle and Bridle.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
B. L. DILLINGHAM,
Administrators of tho Estate of
C. T Dilllughnm, deceased.
E. P. Auam8, Auctioneer
Honolulu. Fob. 22, 1883. 831
Office, No. 07 Hotel street.
All kinds of Baggage and Parcels de
livered in all parts of tho city with dis
patch. Having n
I am prepared to haul SAND and other
material, and make or repair foot
paths, either by load, day, or
Stand at Ramsay's Store, Hotel street.
W. T. MaoDonalu, i Proprietor.
3r.o Olllcu hours 0 a.m. to 0 p.m.
yPluin Sateens nil colors, at
Chas. J. FiHbol'a. Leading Millinery