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MONDAY, APKIL 2.'), 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
JMecUng of slmrclioldeis of Star
31111 Co. at olllcc ol'W. G. Irwin
& Co., at 10 o'clock.
Algaroba Lodge, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:30
A TRIBUTE OP HONOR
was. paid to the late Associate Jus
tice Robertson ou Saturday morn
ing by the Supreme Court, its ofllc
era and the Bar, by unveiling liis
portrait and having it hung in the
Supreme Coin t room.
Man visitors and others anxious
to do honor to the memory of the
late Judge were present, and a good
ly number of Hawaiian aud foreign
members of the Bar. His Majesty
the King sat on the Bench to the
right of Chief Justice A. F. Judd,
who was supported on the left by
Mr. Justice Austin.
After the Court had been formally
opened by Marshal Parke, the Chief
Justice asked him to unveil the pic
ture. He then rose aud made a few
remai ks of the following tenor: '
"Your Majesty, biethrcn and
gentlcmeu: I think wo may congia
tulatc ourselves on the successful
accomplishment of Mr. Strong's
work in painting an excellent por
trait of Mr. Justice Robertson.
There arc now none before me who
practiced at the Bar when Mr. ltob
crtson sat on the Bench. There are
five native Hawaiians still living,
and the two Hitchcocks, S. L. Aus
tin, II. A. Wiileniann and W. C.
Jones still living, but of these only
one is in active practice. Judge Rob
ertson came amongst us early in the
'10's, aud that in 1852 he was call
ed to the Bar. At that time the
Supreme Court -was not organized,
but in its place was what was called
the Superior Court. Afterwards
when the Supreme Court was organ
ized under Chief-Justice Lee, ho
was called to the position of First
Associate Justice and Vice-Chancellor
on 10th January, 1853. lie
held this position till his death on
March 12th, 1807, having had the
longest tenure of ollicc of any other
judge except Judge Allen. Before
taking his scat on the Bench he had
occupied a somewhat prominent posi
tion in politics, having been elected
ti) the Legislature several times. His
services to the country on the Laud
Commission were invaluable, and the
experience, thus gained, served
him in good stead when he became
judge. He compiled the first volume
of Hawaiian Reports, which I am
.sure every member of the Bar here
considers as the most valuable,
though the smallest. He always did
more than his share of the work al
lotted to tho Bench.- His success
shows what attends faithful, labori
ous and patient industry. lie had
a fund of good, Scotch common
sense. It may be a matter of con
gratulation to Your Majesty that tho
artist is a Hawaiian born, and this
is the first portrait of ti Hawaiian
judge painted by a Hawaiian artist.
I know not what Your Majesty's
views aro in regard to the halls of
the Palace, but it seems to me that
this room is the place for a National
Picture Gallery, where the portraits
of the great and famous chiefs,
chieftains, counsellors and states
men of Hawaii may be hung. I have
to thank those gentlemen who aided
in the production of this memorial
for their generosity. I have only to
add that the Chief Clerk, Mr. Bar
nurd, and the Marshal, Mr. Parke,
both served under Mr. Robertson' in
their present positions."
The Court then adjourned till 10
a. Ji. this morning.
A Hawaiian 'woman is now on
board tho Madras, Inning returned
from China with her husband. Two
more are in the Quarantine Station,
who came on tho Coptic. One of
them had. hardly set foot on tho
bltoro of China before bhe was
deserted by her husband who left her
, 'destitute, bave for a little money sho
' bad saved up, unkuown to him, which
was BiilHclent to pay her passage
ANOTHEUINTEtlVIEW WITH THE
We asked the Auditor-General, on
Saturday if lie noticed that the
Press intimated a desire to see his
rcpoil. "Yes, thai is all right, n
ivpoit should have been made long
ago. You remember 1 told you bc
foic that I was not Minister of
I'inntiuc. You Mill observe that it i?
the Minister of Finance who is re
quired by law to make such lcport
and transmit the same to tho Auditor-General."
What is the reason that the report
docs not come out? "In the first
place, the Registrar of Public Ac
counts has more uoik to do under
the 'audit act' than ever before,
and a change in the office put mat
ters back a little for a time. The
fact is the Registrar of Public Ac
counts is about the hardest-worked
man in the Government service to
day. However, the report, and a
very full one, loo, is all ready to
publish. I have done a little toward
getting it up myself."
A little further conversation re
vealed that it will show a compara
tive, statement of receipts for tho last
two years, and expenditures in de
tail for the past year.
The tern J. C.Ford brought 312
coils rope and sisal; d,021 pkgs
sundries; 1,197 sacks flour, bran,
and potatoes ; 29 cases whiskey ; 350
bales hay ; 40,000 bricks ; 100 bbls
cement; 1,137 posts aud 57 pkgs
gen mdse. Tho J. C. Ford is con
signed to G. W. Macfnrlane.
The Iwulani brought 3,794 pkgs
sugar. The Kilauca IIou brought
30 kegs sugar and 9 bbls molasses.
The Nettie Merrill brought 2,100
bags sugar. The Waiehu brought
815 bags sugar.
As the Nettie Men ill came into
the harbor on Saturday morning she
had a new flag flying at her main
top mast. The flag was triangular
in shape and divided into' three com
partments, two of which were grccu
and the third, icd. In the red compart
ment was a white star.
The bktnc Eureka will finish
discharging hbr cargo on Thursday,
after which she will be hauled up on
the Marine Railway for re-coppering
Friday, April 20.- M. Gerstley,
remanded from 19th, fined $10, and
$2.10 costs. (A nol. jjras. was
entered for violating Express
Regulation). Kamawai, disturbing
(pliet of night, fined $5, and Si
costs. F. Lord, drunk, fined 85,
and 81 costs. Kow Min, A Ling A
Ching, disorvcrly conduct nol. pros.
Saturday, April 21. George,
drunk, forfeited 80 bail. Mopii,
assault and battery, fined 85, and 3
Saturday, April 21. T.R. Foster
& Co. "s. Kauinaka, deserting con
tract service settled out of Court,
From Our Own Correspondent.
The brig Consuelo, Captaiu Dow,
arrived April 20th from San Fran
cisco, 10.1 days out, with a1 general
cargo and the following passengers :
I. Skelton and wife, F. Beardie and
Local & general items.
Ring up tolcplioua No. 81 1 when
you want a baggage express.
; -. v
The public schools rc-open to-day
week. Tho childicn are looking
81,500 wos subscribed at the
meeting to clear off the debt on the
Y.M.C.A. Building and to furnish it.
Thri:k Chinese women' from the
Coptic were dischaiged from quar
antine on Saturday by special orilci.
A fui:ak of nature in the shape of
a peculiarly elongated duck's egg is
on exhibition at J. W. Robertson
& Co.'s, having been placed there
by Mr. A. Jaegor, who brought it
from his residence at Pnwaa, where
It was laid. It weighs about ono
"Wi: have received a copy of tho
New York News LtUcr extra, issued
by the New York Life Insurance
Co. It shows a gratifying incicasc
"Wi: are icqucstcd to stile that a
meeting of the sharcholdcis of the
Star Mill Co., will he held at the
office of Wm. G. Irwin & Co. this
morning at 10 a.m.
Soldiuks were utili;,cd almost for
the Hist time in the history of Hono
lulu by a detachment of them stand
ing feuard during Friday night at the
" How would you like to bo forc
ed to ship if you had paid your pas
sage to this country with your own
money?" is the question the Chinese
immigrants ask the planters.
It appears the Interior Depart
ment still has that mattci' of pro
viding tho new fire-engines, for
which the Legislature passed an
appropriation, under consideration.
IIow fond they must be of that
money that they arc keeping 6ch
a tight hold on it.
"Witr.x the alarm came ou Friday
afternoon that there was an cmcute
at the Immigration Depot at Kak.i
ako, and that 25 policemen wore at
once wanted, every man on duty in
the streets had to he taken to make
up the number, and Honolulu was
left perfectly unprotected for a few
hours. This shows what we have
over and over again stated, the in
adequacy of our Police protection.
Where is that commission and what
has it done?
A corv of the Hawaiian Chinese
Neics is uow before us. Its appear
ance is very creditable for so young
a paper, aud started under such un
favorable auspices. We have sot
our special translator to work on it
with this result: The two outside
pages arc iillod with advertisements.
Inside is news from Canton and San
Francisco, and about two columns
of local items. A supplement con
taining an account of the Chinese
riot was issued on Saturda-.
The Band concert on Friday night
at the Hotel was enjoyed by those
who heard it. The number present
was much larger than usual. " Ka
Ilea a Iliku " found an echo iu all
hearts, and the " Trip through Eu
rope" reminded one of the absent
Honoluluans in those regions. Ou
Saturday afternoon the Band attrac
ted a numerous audience by the
splendid music. We have had dur
ing the past week a splendid treat,
for the Band has played on four
. . .
Oxn of tho Hawaiian women who
ni rived by the Coptic was married
10 years ago to Ah Ling, one of the
first to engage in the raising-of sugar
on these islands. She 'had been in
China 15 years, during which she
visited the islands once. Her husband
is now dead. Sho brings with her a
child of pure Chincso blood belong-,
ing to her late husband. It appears
that Chinese custom always gives,
where there are two or more wives,
tho custody and possession of all
the children to the wjfc longest
married to tho husband. In this
case the Hawaiian woman was the
first married, and she therefore
owned all the children of tho other
woman. She .has brought only one
Bv tho Likclike wo learn that a
serious shooting affray occurred at
Ililo on the night of the 18th. Two
young men, named Caspar and Ben
nett, were suspected or known to bo
Government informers on w'hiskcy
selling. Four men broke into their
house on tho night of tho 18th (pre
sumably to punish them for inform
ing.) Caspar reached for his pistol
and shot one (Cnllum) dead, a sec
ond (Tcnnnnt) twice, and when tho
steamer left ho was reported as
dead, the third (While, teacher of
the school) in the leg, The fourth
c-icaped, his name wo haven't
A PURSE, containing nearly $10,
'Bus Tickets and Postage Stamps.
Tho flndur will boiowardcd by icturn.
lug Iho sumo to
m at j. w. Robertson & Co.
A MEETING of the Shareholders of
tho BTAlt MILL CO. will ho held
at tho nlBco of Win. Uv Irwin ifcX'o,
THIS (Monday) MOCKING, April 2Urd
if 1 I sOsil Anl.
tll IU U WUWJV
W. G. I11W1N, Secretary,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
bullet n or new
A Fine Assortment
For te'alc Very Low.
Send for full lllustialcd catalougo
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows,
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Keioseno and Lubrlbaling Oils, &c., &c.
The Magneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes.
Now and Staple Goods from America and England.
JOSEPH E. W8SER8A,
Heal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Olllcc, 27 Mcichant street, - - . , . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Laud and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease niul rent in Honolulu anil suburbs. '
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. '
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Victory's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Cluomos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent, for the Best Life
Insurance Company in tho World.
CSTCharges alwa-s moderate. ESTTelephonc No. 172.
"5TOTT OAJV JiTTY
MEDiCINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMEE & TEACHER'S
TVew iOi'tsg- Store,'
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lm ssr IF YOU D01TT BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
UNION FEED COMPANY
Is ConwUiiitly Kccei-viiipr
Fresh Supplies of Hay, Barley,
Oats, Bran, Wheat," Corn, &c,
Which it offers, "Wholesale or Retail,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES. .
Goods dc'ivcred. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone No. 173.
A GIRLS at tho Dicfs-MakingEs.tab.
tfc lishmcnt of
MRS. A. M. MELLTS,
380 lw 101 Furt Street.
Bones ! Bones ! Bones !
WANTED IN ANY QUANTITY,
and good pi ico given, delivered
ut the Slaughter YardKiilihi.Knl. Full
particulars can lie learned at tho Metro
politan Market, King St. 370
ON Wcdno-iday nftornonn. on tho
Waikiki Road, a RED SATIN
BAG containing needlo work. Tho
finder will bo suitably rewarded by lcav.
ing thu faanie at tho olllcc of E. P. Xdams
THERE WILL BE NO ICE deliver
ed from tho Honolulu Ico Mnmi'
factory for u FEVDAYS, as a new
Condenser will bo put in place.
J. K. AV1LDER.
Honolulu, April 11, 1B83. 375
TWO OFFICES, npvtnlrs, in the
building occupied by tho under
307 tf ' J. W. ROBERTSON &. Co.
California bred; has
been on thu Islands u
Cg2i.;.2tVl!',r unci a naiij nns
UUUIl UllVUIJ 111 uuuuiu
harness. Also, btiddlo nnd bridle.
381 Sw CAPT. I. BRAY.
"O Jupiter! Tiy tlic Weed."
Only tho very choicest brundb are kept.
For Fragranca, Flavour and FInonoss,
THEY AR UNEQEUALLED
In this city. A trial will cotivlnco llip
most secptieal. ''?
JTiussI; OpeziedL !
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuanu Btieet,,(abovc Ecrctania'st.)
HEW GOODS Imported PRESGOOM ,
AT LOW PRICES.
Kcroscncqil a specialty. in ,
GSTSco tho Family Kerofeeno Oil Can,'
i with lock faucet.
NiB Goods delivered frco of charge,
and satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
Patent Xotinc. '
TnE undersigned give notice that
they have obtained uPlitent for un
Improved fuinaco for the Consumption
of Green Trash, directly fiom tho mill,
and other wot fuel, by nicnns of intro
ducing n current of hot air into tho fur
nnrc, through hot-air Humes.
This Pateut is based upon a Caveat
filed In tho Intorior Department. Oct.
30th, 1H82, and is supeilor to all patents
ibsucd after said date,
All persons nro warned against in
flinging this Patent; suit will bo
brought against any person so doing.
1' nil particulars mnv bo obtained of tho
uudurhigncd, or of W, G. Irwin & Co.
Agents. P. N, MAKEE,
350 lm 8. HARRISON.
nnilE undnriilfrnnd 1ms. unlil ilm nil
-1, Clothing Biauch of his business to
Mcssis, M. W. McChcsney & Son, No. lii
Queen street. .
Thanking tho public for past liberal )
patronage, I would leanest for my biic
cessors a continuance of tho same.
March 28th, 16811. ' 301 int
rnilE liudcrbliriif'd havo purchased
JL fiom M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Business, and solicit a conUituaueo of
tho generous patronage received by our
M. W- McCHESNEY &'SON, '
t , . ,, , No. 43 Queen struct,
Honolulu, March i?8, 1873, 301 lm