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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1833.
This day's doings.
Ladies' Prayer Sleeting, Fort St.
Church, at 3 o'clock.
Lottery, nt Noltc's Saloon.
Band at Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:30
Imp. Order of Red Men, nt 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Musical Society, Practice, 7:30.
The band concert
on Monday night, although not as
largely attended as usual, was en
joyed by many. A fair sprinkling
of our naval visitors could be seen
about the grounds. The polka,
"Love and Truth," and the waltz,
"Gloirc do Dijon," were simply
splendid, the playing seemed so
thoroughly to have intcrwoncn itself
with the sentiment of the composer.
The prayer, from the opera "Moisc
ii Egitto," by Rossini, was received
with loud applause, and the selection
from Vcrdis', "II Trovatorc," was
enjoyed by many as a waking up of
old-thuc reminiscences of opera
The Band will give an extra moon
light concert at th'c Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, commencing at 7 :30
o'clock. Following is the pro-
March Defilir. Jeschko
O vulture Huntsman Farewell
Ballad Morning Beethoven
Waltz My Queen Coolc
Selection Lohengrin W igner
Echo Piece Ka Ilea a Hiku Bcrgcr
Medley A Trip through Europe
" Watch on tho Rhino," " Russian
Hymn," " llawaii lmoi."
Before Justice Austin and a Ha
waiian Jury. Rex vs. Akana and
Thursday, April 19 The defend
ants in this case are police officers,
charged with conspiracy in the first
The Attorney General for the
Crown ; Messrs. Hartwell and Cas
tle for prosecuting witnesses. Mr.
Russell for Akiona, and Mr. Hatch
The Attorney General, in opening
the case, said that on the 16th Jan
uary the two defendants went to the
house of one, Kom Kwei, suspected
of importing opium. Kom Kwei was
arrested and taken to the Station
House. The defendants searched
Kom Kwei's room and found 40 tins
of opium. Akana suggested to Ah
Lin, Kom Kwei's partner, that he
should pay him $800. All Lin told
Akana that he hud only $400, which
stun Akana agreed to take. This
amount was paid to Akana in the
presence of Akiona, in gold coin,
Hawaiian certificates, silver, and one
draft on Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
The latter bears the signature of
Akiona. Of the 40 tins of opium
seized, only 3 tins have been pro
duced, 37 of thera never having yet
Ah Liu, sworn, stated that his
place of business was on Hotel
street, and that Kom Kwei was his
partner. Ho related at great length
the circumstances attending the
bearch for opium in his house on the
2Gth, and tho payment of $400 to
Akana as xoater money. (This was
explained by the interpreter to imply
bribery.) The counsel for tho de
fence reserved tho right to examine
the interpreter as to the application
of tho Chinese word translated in
English, water, as applicable to cer
tain things other than bribery.
Awoug, a shoemaker, stated that
ho was employed by Lin Wo & Co.
about twenty days in January and
February last. Ho made an entry
on the 2Gth January in the book of
daily occurrences. Ho saw Ah Lin
take some money out of the safe on
the 2Gth January, but he did not
know how much. Ah Lin requested
Kom Kwei to make the entry in the
books of the ipayment of money to
Akana, but he refused to do so.
Kom'Kwcl, now under sentence of
imprisonment for importing opium,
stated what he remembered about
his arrest and tho accompanying
The Attorney General said that
after consulting with Ins colleagues,
he had decided not to carry on the
case any liirlhcr. lie would ask the
Court to direct the Jury to render a
verdict on the evidence before them,
of not guilty, to which Counsel for
Without retiring, the Jury return
ed a unanimous verdict of not
Police C ou r t .
Thursday, April 19 M. Gcrstley,
violating Express Regulation 25, re
manded to tho 20th, also charged
with assault and battery, and re
manded to the same dale. G. Fitz
simmous and Kuaia, drunks, fined
So and $1 costs each. O. Stilliuan,
assault and battery, fined 5 and 3
J. P. Mendonca vs. B. F. Dilling
ham ct al, continued from the 12th,
continued to tho 23rd. J. E. Wise
man vs. C. J. "Wull, continued from
the 12th, continued to the 23rd. Z.
S. Spanieling vs. F. Miller, action iu
case, damages 200, continued to
the 4th June. Allen & Robinson vs
Chiug Ilin Chotig, action on promis
sory note, S127.01 ; judgment con
fessed for$127.Gl; attorney $10. CO;
The Emma brought 7G1
sugar and 31 bbls molasses.
The bk Lizzie Marshall arrived
yesterday 22 days from Port Gam
ble with lumber.
As the Mokolii came alongside the
Coptic to take away the remaining
Chinese, she collided with the Mulo
lo (who was loading the Coptic with
coal,) and dam.iged the latter
slightly on the stern.
The wharf for lauding cattle was
being repaired yesterday.
The Schr Parallel from the Sound
was off port on Wednesday bound to
Anahola, Kauai, with lumber.
Local & General Items.
His Majesty is expected to visit
II. I. R. M. S. Nayezdmk early
Tub dimensions of the Coptic
are: beam 42 feet; depth of hold
31 feet; length 430 feet; tonage
Mi:. B. W. Kawainui was object
ed to by the Attorney General as a
juryman, inasmuch as he is under
indictment for a criminal offence.
Tin; local Chiuese , newspaper
made its first appearance this week.
As we have not yet leccived a copy
wo are uuable to speak of its con
tents. Tun authorities have taken a hint
from our repeated suggestions, and
begun to remove the Kerosene from
Brewer's wharf aud stuck it up out
side the old Kerosene warehouse.
In the conspiracy case yesterday
there were fne lawyers engaged, the
Attorney General and two ex-Attorney
Generals for the prosecution,
and two aspirants for that high
office for the defence.
The dust has been frightful dur
ing thcipnBt day or two. In the
Supreme Court lawyers attending
have had their heads filled with it,
almost to the exclusion of the musty
cobwebs of law.
Ox Wednesday night at the Fort
Street Church prayer meeting Dr.
Ilappcr and Miss Field, pas
sengers by the Coptic; gave very
inteicsling accounts of the missions
iu China and their work there.
It was hinted yesterday that
Akana and Akiona will cuter a suit
for damages against the Chinese
firm that prosecuted them. This
little opium business will prove a
costly matter to the firm of Lin yo
& Co. before it is ended.
We Iciini from tho Hongkong
papers that the Ordinance restrict
ing Chinese cmgration to tho Hawa
iian Islands has been rescinded.
The opportunity was immediately
seized to rid tho Colony of a few of
the numerous vagrants that aro
always on hand.
Yistekuay His Majesty visited
tho Coptic accompanied by tho Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, the Acting-Governor.
They returned in flic af tei noon
in the Leipsic's steam-launch. As
they passed tho Lcipsio its Baud
struck up Hawaii Potmi.
Mu. 11. J. Agnew is having an
enormous grain and feed wai chouse
erected on the makai sale of Queen
stteet, just beyond Mr. G. West's
carriage factory. '
Giihat complaints are heard of
the water supply. The amount of
i.iM (weed) in the pipes is enor
mous, and ceitainly docs not tend
to improve the health of tho people
or the cleanliness of the water.
Yestthday morning Judge Austin
nmouiicedthaton to-morrow morning
tho portrait of Judge Robertson
(late Justice of the Supreme Com I)
would be unveiled in the Supreme
Com t Room. All members of the
Bar and others interested arc incited
to be present.
Tins Evening the grand Lottery
consibling of flic beautiful prizes
advertised in another column comes
off. Those who have not secured
tickets had better apply to II. J.
Nolte J. M. Oat jr. ov.i. E. Wise
man. The Lottery will take placo
at II. J. Soke's (Campbell's Block)
at 7 o'clock and all the prizes can be
Ox Wednesday night, at the Band
concert, a crowd of young boys
were carrying on and annoying
some ladies present by their behav
ior. Not a policeman could be seen,
but a gentleman very kindly put a
stop to the annoyances by dispers
ing the young rascals with his cane.
Amongst the passengers on board
the Coptic was a Mr. Byron, a
grandson of Lord Byron, captain of
the frigate Blonde, in which, in
1824, the bodies of Kamehamchall.
and his Queen were brought here
from London. Byron Bay, at Ililo,
received its name iu commemoration
DuniNG the Chinese causes celcbrcs
heard yesterday at the Supremo
Court, thcie was assembled quite a
large gathering of Celestials. The
three Chinese witnesses that oc
cupied the attention of the Couit
fiom 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. afforded
their countrymen an opportunity of
healing how grossly the truth. can
be perverted even by membeis of
the Chinese Church.
Ox Wednesday night a crowd of
young men were standing outside a
well-known restaurant, and one of
them whistled in imitation of a
police whistle. A policeman arrived
promptly on the spot, and the j'oung
men showed their good sense ( 1) by
dialling him. Such hoodlumism
ought to be promptly punished, and
we wouldn't blame a policeman 'for
arresting tho perpetrator.
AUCTION SALE BT E. P. ADAMS
April 21st, at 10 u. m.,
AtSales Room of T.H,Davies
A Largo Collection of
FANCY ARTICLES !
China unci Glass.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
dnosday afternoon, on tho
iki Road, a RED SATIN
V Waikiki Road, a RED
HAG Cinlalniug necdlQ work, The
tinder will bo sniiably rewarded by leav.
lug the same ut thoofllco oi a, li Adams
Wanted Immediately, ,
4 GIRLS at' tho Dress-Making Estab.
MRS. A. M. MELLI8,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
A Fine Assortment
For Snle Very Low.
Send for full illustrated catalougu
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows,
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kcroscno and Lubi ibrtlng Oil , .c, &c. ,
The Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes.
New and Staple Geo Is fiom America and England.
-mma HI log
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Offlec, 27 Merchant struct, Hawaiian Ga7cttc Block.
Tho only lcconlzcd Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands. i
Houtrfi to lease and icnt in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Aicounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papcis of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with i
18 Chromos ; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in tho World.
tig-Charges always moderate. JSTTclcphonc No-172.
' YOTT CAN BTJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
Ne-w lOxnig- Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
313 lm esr IP YOU D0FT BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT."
UNION FEED COMPANY
lw CoiiNttiMtly Kceei-viugf j ,
Fresh. Supplies of Hay, Barley,
Oats, Bran,-Wheat, Corn, &c.,
Which it offers, Wholesale or Retail, i
THE GRAND LOTTERY will lake
Friday Night Next,
afMr. II. J. Nolte's,.
NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT A TICKET.
Pric 1 A large elegant Music'Box. the
largest and finest in the Kingdom,
with hclH, drums, &c, plays 8 tunes.
Pri.e 2 A very sveet toned Music Box
(largo olzo), plays 8 tunes, with Zither,
Pri.e 3 A beautiful walnut round mid
neatly caived-Card Table', wlth.green
cover, ovcr-clnth and pockets; and a
very elegant inlaid' wood Tabic, with.
Ivory Chessmen full set.
Prio4 A richly bound Album, with
48 Hawaiian tccnes (largo sie) ; and a
fine mounted Marine Ghtss.
Prize 0 A medium hio Music Box,
playb 5 tunes (very sweet).
35r All tho above piios are new and
in perfect oidcr, and well worth the
pinall investment of it tUcKel, which is j
All tho above prizes aro now on cxhi.
billon at tho oillce ot
J. E. "WISEMAN. ,
EgrC'all.and.scu them, 370Mw
A SITUATION, as Clcik In a whole
halo or retail business, by a youug
married gentleman, lato from Sim Fran
cisco. Audi ess E. B,, this ofllco. 274 lw
Bones ! Bones ! Bones
T7-ANTED IN ANY QUANTITY,
TT and good price given, delivered
at the Slaughter Yard, Kalilil-Knl. Full
particuhus can bo learned at the Metro
polltan Market, King St. ' 370
THERE "WILL BE NO ICE deliver
ed fioin tho Honolulu Ice Mnim
factory for ft FEW DAYS, as a new
Condenser will bo put in place,
J. It. WILDER.
Honolulu, Aprll, 1883. !3
HANLON & CO.,
(Luto T, 1). Hurry;)'
83 KiiiK street,
Wngon Making and .Repafilng (lpnolo'
order. Uorso Shoeing in his well-known
shoeing. n8 3ra
MARKET RATES. .,
All oidcrs promptly attended to. Telephone No. 173.
TiisTfc; 0pexied !
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuanu street, (above Beretania st.)
AT LO"V PRICES. ''. l,
KeroscncOil a specialty.
tSTScc the Family Kerosene Oil Can,
"" with lock faucet. ' ' , '
NvB Goods delivered free of charge
and satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
, ( X'atcut Notice. (
rpHE' undersigned 'give notic'o tlia't'
X. they have obtalnud a Patent for an
Improved furnace forihe. Consumption
of Green Trash, directly from tho mill,
and other wet fuel, by means of intio
ducing a curicnt of hot air into the fur
nace, thiough hol.alr Humes.
This Patent is based upon a Caveat
filed in the Interior Department, Oct.
30th, 1882, and is biipeiior to all patents
issued af lor said date.
All pcrbons are warned against in
fringing this Patent; suit will bo
lnought against any person so doing.
I'ull particulars may bu obtained of the
umlerbigned, or of W. G. Irwin & Co ', s
Ageuts. P. N. MAKEE," '
350 lm S. HARRISON.
THE uudcisigiicd has sold tho Oil
Clothing Biauch of his busiuess to
Messrs. M. MY. McChcsucy &Son, No. 43 .
Queen Bticeti '
Thanking tho, public for past liberal
patronage, I,vquld mrucot for niy suc
cessors it continuance ot tho same.
March 28lh, 1883. , 331 lm
rpiIB undersigned have purchased
,4- fiom M. Iftvls his 0V Clothing
Biibiness, and boHqU a pqntnwinco of.
the geuerous patronage' received' by pur
piedecessor. r ' i ra '' "
M. W. McOHESNEY & SON,
No. 43 Queen street,
Honolulu, Match 88, 1883. (Jl im
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