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"monTuy, march i-iTTssnT"
THI8 DAY'8 EOINdS.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.K. 7:!W
Rand nl Kiniiin Square, nt 7:IH)
(ittild of .Sons of Cross, Iolnni
College, regular ltiectiim;, 7 :!50
Kvkuy four weeks, as (lie mail
comes round, si certain list of letters
is exposed nt the Post Olllec from peo
pie who do not put enough postage
slumps on their letters to pre-pay
them. These arc almost invariably
addressed to persons residing in the
Australian Colonies, and, judging
from the partial pre payment of
them, the trouble seems to arise
from an imperfect acquaintance with
the rates of postage. Two gentle
men in this town having noticed this
have frequently released these letters
from bondage and sent them to their
destination by paying the additional
postage out of their own pockets.
Probably they have released some
hundred letters in this way, and we
yesterday heard that one of them
had received an acknowledgment
from the writer of one letter, out of
the lot, returning the amount of
postage advanced. To prevent mis
takes of a similar kind occurring in
future, we would say that the post
age to the Australian Colonies and
New Zealand is 12 cents per half
ounce, and neither nor 10 cents.
Thursday, March Gth.
C. McKyc, Kniwinui, drunks, for
feited bail of $C each.
"W. Adams, "W. George, Keahi,
A. McKinin, drunks, fined $." and
J?l costs each.
R. .Sol inigcour, drunk, remanded
J. Hancock, W. Avery, affray,
iinad 85 and $1 costs, each.
Friday, March 7th.
K. Grieve, remanded from 8th.
His Honor gave the following deci
sion : The only thing left for mc to
consider was whether certain lines in
the pamphlet, which were pointed
out, contained obscene language. 1
iii id from the cidence laid before
inc and from the Government inter
preter, that the words taken separ
ately might not be objectionable,
but taken together they might and
do bear cei tain obscene constructions
As they aic they contain certain im
moral references. Tire language used
is unfit to go into the hands of
children or young Ilawaiians. I find
therefore that the pamphlet contains
obscetic matter, and as the prose
cution does not press for a heavy
penalty I find you guilty in the 2nd
degree, and taking the alternative
allowed mc by law I line you $lf
and costs. Appeal noted to Supreme
Wm. Auld, remanded from 8th.
Ilis Honor said: The remarks on
the previous case apply to yours
also. I may say that considerable
excuse can be made for both of you.
Fined $lr and costs. Appeal noted
to .Supicinc Court.
L. JLiiwIor, drunk, forfeited bail
Jvaaiai, Kawika and Kco, malici
ous injury, remanded to 13th.
Saturday, March 10th.
1 Johnson, Hoopiliahi, drunks,
forfeited SO bail ; Kikiona, drunk,
forfeited 85 costs ; .Soloniona, furi
ous riding, forcited 812bail.
Thk htmr Suez arrived yesterday,
7" days from San Francisco.
The Mokolii brought 100 bags of
sugar and 700 bags of rice, the Ki
laucii Hon brought 1 1 bags of sugar,
the Lehiui brought 2,710 bags of
sugar, the Kulamanu brought 2,800
bags of sugar, the James Makec
brought 2, (!1G bags of sugar and 202
bags paddy, the Iwalani brought
;i,7fC bags of sugar, the C. R.
Uihhop brought 2, 900 bngi of sugar
and It) bags paddy.
The tern Mary Dodge arrived on
Friday, 28 days from Humboldt.
The Kilauen I Ion passed the Iwa
lani at ;t:S0 a.m. on Saturday, and
arrived in poit before her. Now the
question aiises, how was it the Iwa
lani got left? Js the new company's
jniinu too heavy a weight to carry?
Tho Iiholiho brought 1,500 bags
The Maria E. Smith was hauled
up on the inuritiu Railway on Satur
day. Sho will be followed by tho
Jk Gettysburg will sail for Puget
Sound on rediebdiiy or Thursday
of this week,
The liishop and the. Makec both
left Nuwiliwili oil Friday afternoon,
the Bishop having one. hour's start.
They arrived early on Saturday
morning the Makec being DO minutes
The Mary E Dodge reports hav
ing spoken the Hope on Thursday.
The Stuir .lames Makec will sail
for Kaui on Tuesday.
The Likelikc brought 5171 lags of
Is an IS gun iron screw steamer,
armour-plated and ship-rigged. She
is (,'ll() tons and 4,0 It) hoise-power.
dhu is the (lag ship for the Pacific.
The following is her list of (.'Ulcers
Hear Ailmhiil, A. McL Lyons
Flag Lieutenant. A. Evan-Thomas,
Sceietarv. Q. Liddell,
Clerk to Sec, 0. E. 11. Meieclyili,
j-;. i'. a. uipps,
Captain, 11. C. Allclil-tm,
Commander, Guy. Mulnuuritig,
Lieutenants,.!. 11. Hcudcison,
II. 11. Lee,
lion. A. K. Uethcll,
A. L. K. Kiiiipton,
P. G. V. Vnmler Byl,
StitH Commander, J. Robertson,
Ciptain Mai lues, 11. 1). Robinson,
Chaplain, Rev. .) deUlauville, It. A.
Stall' Surgeon, H. 11. More, M. D.
Paymaster, C. U. L. llioeknian,
Chief Engineer, C. 51 Johnson,
Sub-Licutcnants, T. ' H. Cnoilc,
J. II. Goldlineh,
Surgeons, II. L. Crocker,
G. F. Wales,
Assl Paymaster, A. Dawson,
Engineeis, A Spalding, T Kulc.
AssiMitnt Engineer, J. J. Carey,
Midshipmen,' II. C. Scroggs,
J. S. Liiaul,
C. W. Kelghly Peach,
C. F. Henderson,
II. J. L. Clarke.
F. A. Hodge,
I. D'A.De SaiMiiaie,
A. 'P. Dawson,
F. C A. Oitilvv,
X. C. Palmer,
C. C. Fowler,
J. II. Fildcs,
P. 11. 51unro,
C. C. Home,
Naval Cadet, 11. D. Raker.
She arrived on Thursday night, 32
days from Galapagos Island.
Local & General items.
Mk. Am.k.v, Collector of Customs,
will be back by the mail steamer.
Nr.Aiti.Y 18,000 bags of sugar were
received on Saturday by Messrs.
I laekf eld & Co. , per various steamers,
FoitTY-nir.iiT lepers were brought
down from Maui on the Kilauca
lion and 13 on the Lchiia. Only one
district in Maui remains to be
searched for lepers. Many of these
will be sent as soon as possible to
Ax accident happened to the mate
of the whaling bark Abram Parker
on Saturday, lie stepped on a rope
and fell over it, cutting his hands
badly and sustaining several bruises.
He went on shore and Dr. McKibbin
attended him. The doctor said lie
will be all right in a few days.
Satukdav night offered many op
portunities of spending time and
1110110', all of which were availed of
by crowds of people. The lecture
was heard by about 200; the gymn
asium attracted others, while num
bers were buying pictures at 'Miction.
Mr. F. (,'erlz won the diamond ring
at the lottery .
O.v Friday night a very pleasant
party was given at the residence of
Mr. J. M. Oat, sr., to say farewell to
Mr. Louis A. 'Oat prior to his
departure by the mail steamer for
his home at Norwich Conn. "We
add our little tribute of goodwill to
Mr. Oat for his uuforiu courtesy and
sociability during our short mutual
Ox Saturday, when about to be
gin the trial of the J. H. Rlack, after
her repairs, it was found that the
propeller couldn't be moved. On
sending down a diver it was dis
covered that a strong rope had been
wound round three times between
the shaft and the propeller. This
must have been done wilfully, mid
the cowardly peipelralor ought to
be brought to justice.
Wi: heaid that the other day a
Chinese vegetable hawker went on
board one of the vessels lying at
tho wharves and proffered his wares
for Hale. The men on board refused
them and oideied him off tho vessel.
Hu would not go; so one of them
seized him and pushed him on to
tho gangplank, and then on to tho
shore, JJe then "hauled in" on tho
sailor for assault and battery. These
refusals to go out, or off, a man's
place, or property, when ordered,
are getting too coitunt'i lately,
AVk clip the following from the
weekly 1'. G.A.i editorial on Satur
day last! "Colonel Macfurlanc
makes it clear that, in the matter of
immigration from the Azores, this
country has been well served by the
contracting agents of the Hoard in
the past." It will be well remem
bered by all that this Immigration
was stopped by the present 51 inistry,
and statements made by them in the
Legislature that these ' contracting
agents " had agiced to pay too high
a pi ice for immigrants, (that is, the
Government was being swindled.)
Now, then, the Ministry have to eat
their words and allow that this coun
try has been well served by the cou
ti acting agents of the Hoard in the
Tin: Coronation Committee have
decided to have the amphitheatre
building taken down, and the lumber
and material offered for sale to-day,
arranged in lots. The proposed sale
advertised for to-day is, therefore
postponed until further notice.
The above extract from the Jhu'li
I1. (J. A. is a specimen of the way
in which a man, who talks much
aboi.t other pcrple, inevitably carr'c3
their faults in a bag under his eyes,
and his own in a bag Uhind his
back. Still it is only fair to say that
the above bull was discovered and
corrected in the weekly edition.
Vr. arc obliged to the Daily Hn.
i.liix, for the report of the evidence
given by Kancpuii in the case lately
tried in the Police Court, ancnt the
publication of the Hula J'oni Mot,
JJail; P. V. A.
The iramhorijun shrilly shrieks
out its disgust at the supposed wick
edness of some newspapers in not
c editing the due authorities from
which a quotation is taken. We sup
pose that in its anxiety not to fall
into the same pit-fall it penned the
above, as we have failed, so far, to
discover anything in its "columns
which could be reasonably construed
into a justification of the above.
Correspondence !h solicited on the top.
ics of Ihu day, or what may become so.
Wc reserve the right to excise purely
We do not hold oursclvc; ic-ponsiblc
for the opii.ion expressed by our cor
THAT MONSTER SPERM WHALE 1
Noticing an error or two in the
account of the large whale caught
by the Louisa, permit me to give
you n full and correct account of
the same :
The Louisa, when about !10 miles
off Kealakekiia Hay, Feb. 21th, dis
covered a large lone whale, which
they speedily lowered their boats
for. captuicd and took him along
side. Pound him to be an old fel
low, his teeth badly used up. The
case and body yielded about all of
the oil obtained from him, MC
The junk was hardly worth cut
ting up. Had the junk been equally
good with the body, the whale would
have made 1G0 barrels. 100 barrels
of sperm whales arc not uncommon,
but those making 1 10 to IJiO arc
very rare indeed. 1 have only read
three or four larger being taken,
while right whales have been taken
making 2.'0 and 300 barrels. Also
bow-heads, I have known of one
bow-head taken in the Arctic by the
bark Canton Packet in 1854. which
yielded 320 barrels.
Capt. Koou saw sperm whales
three times while about the islands
for a few days, and Capt. Smith, of
the Abram Darker, also saw them
taking CO barrels. Roth captains
regret that I hey were not here at an
earlier date, as whales have been
seen very often about here during
the month of February. 1'.
West Maui correspondence.
(I'lum Out Own ('uiiipiimti!iil,)
Since my last I have learned of
one case, at least, of the prosecution
of a Chinese liquor dealer, who has
been carrying on his trade in Lalia
iiiii. Although his was a case which
seemed to demand a more exemplary
punishment, he was lined $100 anil
ojsts. Several of his liberal patrons
havoilso found themselves in a
tS" Tho largest selection of Ladies'
Firhucs mill Collarettes- of the latest
Patterns ate to hu had at the Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. M. Mlm.ii.
lOU'ort Street 2T1
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
IIowc'm Standard Scales, endorsed by the United Stnlos
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scales', &c, Ac.
A new and cirefully selcclcd agsoilmcnt of
OIiniKlolloi'H, TmnpM, aiul TtmlcriiM.
Cairlagc Lamps of most appiovcd American put le ins.
Plows antt Agricultural Impl'onts
The largest vailely to be found
on the Islands.
GLORULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WRITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody la new discovery,
The Mag'iioso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Road Case.
At a test of the lire proof qunlitlos of the Magncso-C.ilcltc, held on the sand-lot
near the City Hall, San Francisco, Nov. 27th, a pile of about a cord of pitch-pine
wood was prepared, and live gallons of tar poured over it. A small iron clieM, with
a l. inch lining of Magaoso-caleitc was placed in the centre of the pile and tho
mass set lire to. After the chest had been kept at a red heat for mi hour, It was
taken fiom tho lire, cooled with water, and opened, and the content, consisting of
papers and circular.-!, were found in a perfect slate of preservation, being not nt nil
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We, the undersigned, were present at the above test, and saw the box opened,
and we certify to the perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per
fectly satisfactory to in. II. L. Donor., (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Laton,
A public test ol tho quality ol those goods will bo made at an early date.
Keciprocity Relations Katlier Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands nnd
.J. 33. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent nnd General
Office, 37 Mciclinut Eticct, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only luonicd Heal Estate llioker in the Kingdom.
Land and pioperly for sale in all arts of Honolulu and thuarions Islands.
1 1 ( cm lo kasu ami rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Hoonis to rent, en .suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
"STOTJ OJV 13TJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
New Drug1 Stove,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
86T IP YOU
No. 0 Queen stiect Fish Market,
Healer in choicest
11 err. Vfnl, Mutton, FImIi. Ac, Ac
Family and Shipping Orders can-fully
attended" to. Live stock furnished lo
vessels at .short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied lo order. "AG ly
A GOOD native, one who is thor
oughly acquainted with the Diy
Goods lliisiiH'ss, to such good uages will
be given. Apply at the Hui.MvriJf office.
' a-13 lw
A BLACK and while onyx oval locket
xV. with gold setting, "containing a
lady's poitrait, on (he road between
Waiinanalo and Honolulu. Finder will
be Miit-ibly rewarded upon ils delivery
on boaid U. S. S. "Waehusclt or at tlifi,
ofllce. ;uu at
NE IMPORTED purebred
18 mouths old.
For particulais apply to
T. A. DUDOIT,
At Macfurlanc & Co'h.,
!l24tf Kaahuinaau st.
A FINE BUILDING LOT situate
on Kinau anil Lunalilo streets,
Kula.-tkahaa Plains; aica CO,U00 Mpiaru
feet. The lot is enclosed ulthagood
substantial fence. For further particu
lars apply to
.1. M. MONSARRAT,
Attorney at Law,
34:i If N.2" MiwliaiiUt.JIoiioluIu
GRAPES! GRAPES! "
MR. A. HERBERT having received
some choice varieties ot
Vines from Calif ornin,
is now able lo supply them hi quantities,
to suit to thoso wlio would wish to trv
tliiioNpciiincnt. If any arodoubtful o'f
the success of it ilii-y should go out and
sec his Ranch at Kalihi.
KiNllf Address 1 O. Box 44
A CHALLENGE !
T 1IERKRY challenge
1 my gicy horse,
" Klllir Willi,,,,,
JZZiJ!' against any oilier s'tal.
lion in the Kingdom,
i or ?'uu asine, 10 Harness. Tin ciml.
leuge to lemaiu open for nun month,
Honolulu, Mar. Ilth, IBS: I ;)4 lu
Jin 1 1 I'l'OKi'iiiiuiiCN
"VTEW DESIGNS, just received from
J.1 San Francisso, at Tin; D.n,v Bui,.
To be found at 0. H. Rubcitson's
DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
IN accordance with an order made by
Hon. B. 11. Austin, Justice- of the
Supreme Court, sitting in Probate, the
Sell at Public Auction,
On the picmiscs,
At the Residence ol tho late C. T. Dillingham
The following property,
the 14th day of March, 1883:
at 10 o'clock, a.m., '
A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
Property of the late C.T. Dillingham,
adjoining the piopertv of Dr. .1. M.
Whitney on the norlh'and of B. F. Dil.
liugliam cm the south, (size of lot
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, and water laid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling House
contains seven rooms, besides bath
loom, pantry and kitchen.
There are good Ont-Buildings consist.
ing of servants' house, carriage
house, stalls for 2 horses, feed room,
tool room, harness room, &c.
The Buildings are aJI nearly new, and in
Title in Fee Simple.
House Furniture to he sold coiibists tf
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron single bedstead,
1 Lounge, 1 Cane Sofa,
2 Black walnut Rockers,
Black walnut cane schI chairs,
a Children's rockers, '
1 Centie table, marble top,
1 Small (able, marble top,
1 Extension dining (able, b.w.
1 it-light chandelier,
1 Dining room lamp,
1 Chest of drawers,
Lot of pictures,
Lot ol New Crockeryware,
1 Slove, 1 Bath tub,
1 dual Barrow,
1 Lot of Tools,
Rubber Hose, '
1 Can lago Mine,
, 1 Saddle Maro,
l fcet of Haincss,
1 Saddle and Bridle.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
8. L. DILLINGHAM,
Ailiiiliiihlriitiiit, of ihu Esiiite of
O.T Dillingham, deceased.
ii i , ,, , "P'Aihmh, Auctioneer
Honolulu, Feb. 22, 188a. j;H
NYONE haiTng copy of J. W
Kiiiivj aid's "Form Book" to ilia-
1ni0.!,,Mi" fl,Ml IrolM.T by bciidlnz
I. W. Rojjkhtbo.n & Co.