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MR.-'W. A. S. REALS will, On nnc
nflcr thli dati', collect all account
duuTiiK Daily Uum.khn Office.
Mr. Joseph Stuart having leslgncd 01
iicuouut iH ill health.
Honolulu, April !!4ih, 1881.
4$he $ailu nlleliti
"THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 188.1.
THI8 DAY'S DOINGS.
I. 0. O. F. Anniversary Colobra
tion, at 7 :30.
Hawaiian Council. Ko. G8U, 7:il0.
Special business meeting Y. M. C.
A. at 7:30.
Ladies' Benevolent Society, An
THE LIBEL OASE.
Monday, April 23 Before It. F.
Bickerlon, Rex vs. J. Ut Knwainiii
and B. W. Kawaimii. Mr. John
Russell for the prosecution ; Mr. S.
B. Dole and Mr. W. O. Smith for
The charge in this case was libel
in the 2nd degree. The defendants
arc tho proprietors and publishers of
the Pac Ainu,, a newspaper published
in tlio native language. They ad
mitted the publication of sin article
entitled, "Our Deputy-Sheriff. Wai
luku," and also that John Richard
son was Deputy-Sheriff of Wailuku.
Mr. Dole moved to dismiss tlie
case, as there was nothing libellous
in the article.
Mr. Wilcox, by order of the
Court, gave an interpretation of the
article. It opens by asking what
sort of pcrsou is our Deputy-Sheriff
at Wailuku: " Something concern
ing him should be briefly stated, so
as to have his clmracter known." Il
goes on to accuse him of harboring a
prostitute, and says " it is disgust
ing to the minds of the good people
of Wailuku to sec the Deputy-Sheriff
of Wailuku entertaining a vagaboud
within the doors of his house where
bis family lives," and wiuds up with
the following proverb: " The Sheep
and the CSoat live peaceably to
gether because one master feeds
them with grass."
Mr. Dole ro3c to explain the law
of libel. The article said to be libel
1 his, merely accused the plaintiff of
c itertaining a woman of bad charac
ter. There might be different opini
ons as to the motives in so doing,
lie (Mr. D.) might find reasons to
o itertain a woman of that kind. The
w rlcl might say it was imprudent,
but it would not hurt his reputation
i . the slightest degree. The plain
tiff must have a bad conscience to
say he is a niaiked man, and to
bring up a charge that might be con
strued as a compliment to him. The
n 'icle does not impute anything dis
gra 'cful. and there is no evidence of
malice, therefore ho considered it
i.iu duty of His Honor to dismiss
Air. Russell said lie did not think
it necessary to travel beyond our
own Penal Code in order to ascer
tain whelherjtbe article was libellous
or not. There were questions for a
jury, and he" asked that it lie sent
iiciorc a jury. He took it for His
Honor to decide whether or not a
prima facie case had been made
out. He read Sec. 1 Chap. 32 of the
Penal Code, and added that if the
article was not libellous under tho
Act there is nothing libellous in this
country. He alluded to the circula
tion of the 'newspaper, said to be
over 8,000 copies. He considered it
premature to consider the question
of malice. Ho referred His Honor
to half u dozen words in tho article,
more particularly the ono which
translated character. The severity
of the libel was all the greatcr.on ac
count of the plaintiff holding a pub
lic position, but it .was aimed at him
privately as well as publicly. He
considered it a most venomous libel.
After a brief rejoinder by Air.
Dole, His Honor expressed his opini
on on tho translation of the article
in question, and considering it came
within tho meaning of the Act, ho
overruled the motion of the counsel
for the defendants mid committed
tbem for trial at tho Supremo Court.
The foktuo Ella will haul into
the strcTra to-day, to repaint and
clean up. t
Tho schooner lVrl'auluolu brought
-100 bags of sugar.
The bk Moravian is at the whnrf
in tho former position of the, I), o.
Murray to discharge her cargo, and
repair damages. She had to take
off her jfbboom to bring her star
board side to tho wharf. Sho is
consigned to Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
The tern Lena Sweabey is (lis
charging. ThoJJgtuo W. H. Meyer lias been
Tho Kapiolani brought IK1 bbls of
II. I. G. M's S. Lcipsic leaves for
The teui Kvn lias commenced
loading for San FraneUeo. She will
sail the litftt of next week.
Local fc general items.
Tin: .Supremo Court will probably
adjourn sine d'm to-morrow.
That culvert in front of Mr. b.
Iv. Kaai's residence on King street
lus never been rppnircd, and is in n
very tlaugcrous condition. Persons
travelling that way at niglit had
better bowntoof it.
A Special Business meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. will be held in the
Assembly room of the new building
to-morrow evening. The report
from the new board of management
on what work ought to be under
taken dining the coming year, will
bo brought up. A full attendance
Dtmixn this week some letters
arrived at the Post-Olllcc,. and were
placed in a box belonging to a
merchant in this town. They were
seen to be in the box that night, and
the next morninir when the owner
came along no letters were to be
found. The same thing occurred to
a gentleman uomg ousmess on me
wharves. Some of the missing
letters arc known to have contained
drafts. Can it be that botne one has
obtained a master key or a set of
keys' to all or a portion of the letter
boxes, and pursues the nefarious oc
cupation of stealing letters by niglit?
Ox Tuesday afternoon about 3
o'clock, two llawaiians, prisoners
working out-of-doors, escaped. Ouc
of them named Paulo was working
at the quarry and the other, Kahana,
was working at Alajor Rosa's. Pa
ulo left the quarry and came down
to Kahana, and after having dressed
themseh cs in some clothes taken from
Major Rosa's they went off. The
alarm was not given till about o
o'clock and parties were then sent
out to look for them, Paulo was
caught at about 5 o'clock on
School street, being knocked flat by
a limn sent out after him. Kahana
was caught half an hour later in the
grounds of a private residence lacing
on Fort street, by about (i llawaiians.
One of these, when the man was
caught and held by two others,
having offered, and now offering no
resistance, punched him in the head
without any provoealionwhatevcr.
Both men had over a year to,scrve
and were under sentence for larceny.
Correspondence is solicited on the pro.
ies ot the day, or what may become so
AVo reserve the right to e.oi.o purely
We do not hold ourselves respond ble
for the opinions expressed by our cor
THE HILO AFFAIR.
The entire- Kingdom has been
fearfully shocked by the shooting at
Hilo on the 18th, and the question
is being asked, what was the reason?
The facts, piimarily, are these: The
Government are unable to enforce
the laws regarding 'illicit' whiskey
selling; why? Because of the inelll
ciency of the police their numbers
may bo many, but their efficiency
may be represented by, the cipher 0
being unable lo enforce the laws,
n bystem of stool-pigeons or inform
er is rcsoitcd to, and it seems the
right kind of men for the business
were found, that is, judging from
their antecedents while living in
The Government, considering "tho
end justifies the means," pmploycd
these ttoal-pt;conn, who have done
the dirty work of the Police ( ?) and
tho result we have at least one side
of tho fatory.
The men who were shot bear good
reputations, some of them, notably
Teunaut and MoC'ullum, aro well-'
known here, by homo of our bet
citizens who speak liigldy of tlieni ;
can auy ono say ns much for the
shooters? Again tho question arises,
why were these men killed ? why is
whiskey free in Honolulu and Icapu
in all the other islands V because the
law provides it shall be so; then en
force the law, butdo it legitimately.
Clear out the whole Police Depart
ment from root lo top, employ
(rood, sober, honest while mon, as is
done t'lecwhcro wo linvo a few,
very few bore repeal tlio license
prohibition, and alJw an
privileges to the people of the ow"w
islands that aro accorded to those of
Ilouolulu, and, whisper, it will
bring more money into the Treasury ;
per contra, how much will this "Hilo
tUTiipo" cost tho country iu dollars
and cents, aside from the scandal?
I say, either repeal tho license law
or else enforce total roltilltivn.
The name of every man who sells
whiskey in this Kingdom is known
to the police; if not, why? If it is,
prevent, liquor being shipped to
tlicm. Do not allow any body and
every body to purchase it in Hono
lulu, f-hit i it to the other islands,
make no effort to prevent the laud
ing of it; but alter it is landed dp
have proper olllcers of the law to
enforce the law without having to
call on renegade stool-pigeons.
Wo print the above as it is writ
ten lo us, but we do not think the
fault lies at the door our correspon
dent places it at. If a license had
been granted at llito' allj this might
not have happened. Still it lias ami
it should be a warning to the Gov
ernment not lo make laws, unequal
in their operation. Ki.
In this, city, April 24th, by Rev. J. A.
Cruznn, at'tiia residence of J. B. Alitor
ton, Biij., John AI. Oat, of this city, to
MUs Lydia Fuller, of San Francit-co.
gs NEITHE't the Captain nor the
fyf&Agenu- of tlin ItrllWi Bark '
&&& "MORAVIAN "
will lie respond Ulu lor any debts eon.
tinclcilliy Hie eruw of said "vessel with.
out their wi itleu order.
;!8.) W.m.G. Ii.wix & Co,, AgcnK
Oil King Street, near Punch
bowl s-tic't, in one of the
niO'il ccutial localities in
Honolulu. I have three pretty Cottage
Rooms to lent to gentlemen. Tlice
rooms (lo x 10) have jii-t been built and
newly and neatly furnished, with buth
rooms, water, pleasant grounds, shade
I reus, and all convenience's. To gentle
men whndcoirc a comfortable abode no
better Inducement e.m be offered in the
city. Addicts or apply to
.1. E. VVlsJEMAN,
Real Estate and House Broker,
23 2w 27 Merchant street.
POSTAL MONEY ORDERS.
ARRANGEMENTS IIAVIXG BEEN
completed for the issuing of' do
inustin POSTAL MONEY ORDERS by
the Post Olllce Department, notice i gi
ven that from and after MAY lt, money
orders will be issued at, and can bo
dmwn on, cither of the following named
post oftlces :
At any of the above Money Order Post
Offices, an order will be issued, on ap
plication, for any sum from one cent to
lifty dollais. Tim following aro the fees
c-tiihlishcil, which aie payable by the
upplic.iut nl the time this order is issued:
For any sum not exceeding
Fiw Dollars...., Scents
Over live dollar.-', and not ex
ceeding 10 10 cents
Over ten dollars, niul not ex.
cecding 25 15 cents
Over twenty-live dollars, not
exceeding $-10 20 cents
Over forty dollars, not ex
ceeding 5) 2o cents
No order will be Nsucd for more than
fifty dollars. When a larger Mini U
wanted it must be procured in two or
An order cannot he issued on any post
office except one of tliaabuvc-nnmcd mo.
ncy order offices, until 'notice has been
given that it bus been madca money
Au order is payable on prefentutlon,
only at thetlice drawn on, anil n eper
son to whom it is paid must ncs pt for
Blank applications arc kept at each
nio.iey-ordur office. " '
At the country monc--ordcr offlies,
certain days, and hours of the da-, will
be designated by the Pobtmaetcrs when
money orders will bo issued.
No money .order bu'slneba transacted on
Pamphlets, containing more full de.
tails ot the money.order system, can, be
had on application at any of the no it.
Foreign Money Orders cannot be is
sud umij money order treaties have
been made with such countries as it may
be deslrablo to extcad the vstcm to.
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
.HpnolUlu, April, 188i). 335 lin
AT THE GYMNASIUM
For tho Benefit of the-
A rendering of Longfellow's Poem,
"Hanging of tlio Crane,"
And the old time Minuet, and preceded
UATIOHS MD AL SELS37I0HS
May 1st, 1883.
Admission, 50 Cents.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETS OF 'NEW GOODS!
A Fine Assortment
For Sale Very !Loiv.
Send for full illustrated citalougo
A 'new line of Chandeliers, Plows
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Keroseuo and Lubribating Oils, &c., &e.
The Magneso-Oalcito Fire Proof Safes.
New and Staple Goods from America and England.
JOSEPH E. WESEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, :)7 Merchant street, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts' of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company iu the World.
EfTCliargcs always moderate. orTclcphone No. 172.
"STOtJ CAN 33TJ-ST
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
HTe-v Drug Stove,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lm BOr- IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
,m ' ... !
J. M. OAT, Jr., & CO.
Have just received ex Suez,
A new lot of Blank Books, Blotting Tablets
Letter mirt 3Voto Papers,
IiiIch, Mucilage. Gohl PeuH, Se.
ALSO, A BMAI.L ASSORTMENT OK
JPlaqries; for House Xeeoiatiiig'.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
EST" All orders filled promptly ..S3
233 Giiicetta Biock, No. 25 Merchant Street,
Just Opened. !
THE NUUANU '
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuanu street, (above Bcrctaula st.)
S2W GOODS imported j FRESH GOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
KcrpjeueOil a specialty.
S2f8ee the Family Kerosene Oil Can,
N.U Goods dclivcrdd free of.'chargo,
and satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
. ;.i i :i(J41
If f T? ANNIVERSARY
An Entertainment will he uiven at the
Odd Fellows' Hill, on THURSDAY
Evening, Apiil S(Jlh, (it 7;U0 p.m. Mem
bers of thoj Order, Visiting Brothers and
Ladle.) nib cordially invited. !!8!) Ut
"C ' " ' ' - r
.HOUSE TO RENT, furnished
for 0 to $ months. Enquire on
premises, 83 Ikrctnnia st.
A PURSE, containing nearly $10,
'Bus Tickets and Postage btamps.
The Under will bo rewarded by icturii.
ing the same to
88J 8t J. AV. ROBERTSON & Co.
rpiIE undersigned has sold the Oil
X Clothing Branch of his business to
Messrs. M, W. McChesnuy & Son, No. 43
Thanking tho' pu hilo for past liberal
patronage, I would request for my mic
cessoro a continuance) ol the samo.
March '.'8th, 188:1. 13U1 lm
rpUE undersigned have purchased
X from M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Business, m ,. ro.lelt a coutlnuuneo of
the generous patronage received by our
M. W. McCIIESNEY & SON,
No. 43 Queen street.
Honolulu, March 28, 1878. Ml lm
t ii' Ittfi-Mkt
Ex Brig " Hesperian,"
BARRELS OF LIME
GOLDEN CITY FLOUK,
BOLLES & CO.
KOll HA1.U 11V
Apiil 13. (204) BOLLES & Coi
California bred; has
been on tho Islands u
year and a half; has
been driven In rlnnlilc.
harness. AHo, saddle and bridle.
881 Uw OAPT. I. BRAY.
Try tli Weed."
Only tho very choicest brands are kepi.
For Fragrance, Flavour and Finenesi,
THEY All UNEQEUALLED
lu this city. A trial will convince lhe
II. J, NOLTE, Proprietor, v - ,..
. ,. ,.jjka t- vttjtmt tmmma.