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will, on and
ltJL nfter this date, collect nil aecounU
due The Daily Bui.mvun Ofllcc.
Mr. Joseph Stuart having lcblgnul on
nccuuut ot ill health.
Daily Bui.i.utin Oillco,
"Honolulu, April 2 1th, 1881.
fy $ lnile(tt
FRIDAY, APRIL 'J7, 188a.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Ksalo at Sales Jinum
of Joyous & Lb oy, ut 10 o'clock.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, "Fort St.
Church, at 3 o'clock.
Special Meeting Boys' Heading
lt.joui Association, at 7:30.
Imp. Order of Red Men, sit 7-:30.
'MorniiHrStar Lodtrc, lv. of J. 7 :."0.
Musicaf Society, Practice, 7:30.
huciul at Alias liro.e's, at 7:30.
under the able and enermelic
ngcmcul of its new P.M.G., Mr. II.
M. Whitney, has ceitainly taken
vigorous fctrides of improvement.
The chief amongst these is that the
Domestic Money Order system is at
last complete, and will come into
opera tiou from the first of next
month. No douht, at first slight
hitches in its working may occur,
but we are sure these will only be
temporary; but we aie of opinion
that one serious defect huo been
allowed to pass unnoticed, namely,
that the charge to the public for the
convenience of transmitting money
in this way has been made too low.
We do not think that it will pay
the office to do it at such a small
rate, ' when we consider the extra
amount of printing, writing and
book-keeping that eacli order entails.
How can it pay to make a charge of
.5 cents on an order when, even in a
c u n try with fifteen times the
population this litis, the lowest
charge is 12jJ cents? Still the public1
will reap the benefit and wc per
haps ought not to grumble at getting
anything at less than its value.
Monday, April 23 Kalaka, Ka
lali, Keoki, Wahca, Palea, G. Smith,
Kualii, Beniamina, Ilapenuia, Kea
loha. E. Plunkett, drunks, forfeited
bail $0 each. Kawioui and Ialua,
drunks, fined 85 and 81 costs each.
II. Spaulding, drunk, forfeited bail
88.' Win Lok. embezzlement, ic
m Hided to the 25th. Ah Chong and
Lan Com, affray, fined 82 an 1 81.10
c ais each. Kapaoa, deserting her
lmsbaud, remanded without day to
g.-t a copy of the lrianiage ccitifi
citc. C Brady and Ilalekaha, dis
or lorly persons (old offenders), 15
days imprisonment with hard labor
an" I 81.10 costs each. J. U. Kawai-
n li and B. W. Kiiwainui, remanded
irim thclOth; committed for trial
to the Supreme Court, I'cfendants
de-dining to put in any defence in
t lis Court.
Tuesday, April 2-1. F. Lord,
drunk, (2nd offence) fined 88, anil
81 costs. -J. Ak: n i, drunk lined 85,
and 1 costs. , Kakai, and A Loitz,
drunk, forfeited bail 86 each. Ka
p.ioa, (w) remanded from 23rd,
lefuses to returns to her husband,
sentenced to one month's imprison
ment at hard labour costs 83. Fook
Sing, not supporting his wife re
manded to 25th. Ahitna, (k) same
charge, case disniibed. J. Carroll,
using thcatcmng language to his
wife, and violence, icinaiided to 25.
Wednesday, April 25 Fook Sing,
remanded from the 24th ; defendant
ordered to provide proper mainten
ance for his wife. Win Lok, re
manded from the 23rd, (plaintiffs
htory is that he gave Win Lok 880
to exchange for gold to bend to
China without pa iug a premium on
it; defendant says it was given to
purchase opium, and that ho gave
tho money to a white 'man for that
purpose, who never brought the opi
um or the money back ) defendant
committed for trial to the Supremo
Court. J. Carroll, remanded from
the 24 tli, remanded for one month
unless moved oil by the prosecution.
Akona, larceny, remanded to ll.e
20th. Paulo, escaping fiom prison
gaug, sentenced to 3 months impri
sonment at hard labor and costs 81,
to begin at expiration of former sen
tence. Kahana, Hiimc offence, sen
tenced to 4 months imprisonment
and costs 81, to begin ut expiration
Monday, April 23 Hoffnung &
Co. vs. Ching llin Chong, action on
promisory note for S 120 ; judgment
for plaintiff for 120, attorney 810.
70, costs 83.35. Ifast, Greenweiz &
& Co. (two similar actions against
same defendant). ' judgments for
pliiutiff for8123.G3, attorney 810,
60, costs 85.85; mid $180,87, at-
torneyS12, costs 83.0.5. G. G lou
den vs. Piipii, for recovery of a bed
stead, defendant agiees to ictiirii it,
costs S3. W. Diown vs. Tenorai,
action of assumpsit for Slo.L'o ; con
tinued by consent to the SJUlh. Men
doiica vs. Dillingham rt , continu
ed from Hie I'Jth, continued by
consent without date. J. K. Wise
man vs. J. C. Wall, continued from
the 10th, settled out of coutt, costs
S'J.'Jo. V ong Leong & Co. vs.
Ching Ilin Chong, action on promis
ory note; case discontinued, costs
82. Wilder & Co. vs. Kalua, dc
sei ting contract service, ordered to
return to employer, costs S3.
The schr Mary E. Foster brought
1,7!)2 bags of sugar.
The sciir lialeakala brought 1,000
bags of sugar, and -1 cords fire
wood. The selir Marion brought 1,535
The belir Jennie brought 942 bags
of paddy, and 00 bags lice.
The bktlie Kurckn will go on the
Marino Hallway to-day, to clean
copper and paint. She goes in the
stream on Saturday, to wait for
The bark Hermann has changed
her berth, and will be hove down
to-day. when scraping, caulking and
coppering will be proceeded with all
The schr Lcahi brought 2,000
bags of sug.ir.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tin: new buildings at Punahoti for
the college are being erected very
slowly. Will they be ready in time
Yr.sTKKtuv morning the Leipsic
bailed out of the harbor, and lay
outside till 8 p.m., when she set bail
Wi: have to inquire why the
Minister of Finance's report, as re
quired by the Audit Act, ()t yet
published. As it was ready for
publication bonie days ago it seems
strange that it should be withheld
Hr.u Majesty the Queen Dowager
yesterday entertained at her res
idence at Waikiki, an English ladv
nutl her daughter with whom she
became acquainted during her visit
to England, and at whose residence
she spent a few dt-s.
Ox Wednesday night a sail-boat
containing two natives capsized in
the harbor. As soon as the accident
wa-5 noticed the steam launch of the
Leipzig went off to their assistance
and fixed everything again.
At a meeting of the Star Mill Co.
held this week a dividend of S30 per
share was declared to the sharehold
er. This is the first dividend on
this ci op, and as tho crop is but
piu try off further dividends are pro
mised for this year.
Tun Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co.'b suit, to take away the shares
now held by the Oriental Bell Tele
phone Co. of London, was heard on
Tuesday and Wednesday before
Chief-Justice. Judd, in Chambere.
Judgment was reserved.
Tin: party on board the Leipsic
on Wednesday afternoon was very
enjoyable. His Majesty and Her
Majesty Queen Dowager were pre
sent. The visitors expressed their
admiration of the vessel and the ap
pearance of the men.
A resident on Enima street informs
us that several times lately n sus
picious looking character has been
wandering round his house at night,
but whenever any of the inmates got
up to sec who it was, he invariably
made off. Residents in that neigh
bourhood should keep a sharp look
out. Wi: undeistaud that It is the in
tention of the diiectoia of the
Athletic Association to open an
extra class for ladies and girls, on
Saturday mornings from U to 11
o'clock, in addition to the evening
classes already opened. We are
sure the boon will be gratefully ap
preciated. The opehing of the new
class will take place to-morrow
As editorial in yesterday's P. C.
A., in referring to the Madras makes
uso oftho word "coolie": "Thus
the owner and commander of the
Madras make a venture of shipping
' coolies,' " &o. Is the word coolie
to apply to passengers generally
from China, or does the Advertiser
mean to use the term to all immi
grant? Wc understand the Madras
passengers paid their passages.
They do not come under contract
even if they did wo question the
right to call them coolies any moro
than immigrants from auy other
country should be so called,
butt musical fiiends will enjoy n
rare Heat to-morrow evening at the
Music Hall. Mr. and Miss Michiels
hao both given pi oof of their excel
lent musieianly ability "before, and
with the assistance of some of our
local talent the conceit will be. no
doubt, very successful, ami we hope
to see a good Mil plus on hand lor
the benefit of the Uooulu I.ahui, a
well-known charitable organization.
Tickets for sale at J. V. Hoboilsun
& CO. '3.
Wi: arc requested to draw special
attention to the Regular Cash Sale,
which Messrs. Lyons & Levey will
hold at their Sales loom to-day. The
specialty at this sale is in horses.
No less" than three are to be bold,
and all three are fit to b,o diivcn by
a lady. One of them has an ex
cellent pedigree which our readers
will find in detail in the advertise
ment. Those of our readeis who
desire to purchase a good horse will
do well to be in attendance at the
Watkii is very scarce in the Ma
kiki reservoir, and the inhabitants
round theie ate feeling the decrease
in tho supply. Government has a
well within 30 feet of the reservoir,
and yet, they don't make auy u.c of
it. Why don't they get a steam
puuip and arrange to pump it into
the lescrvoir? Wo have already in
our columns shown the usefulness
of such a step, and if a fire occurs
out there the residents will have no
thing to blame but the criminal
apathy of the Government, if there
is not water enough to put it out.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Lev3y.
This Day, Friday.
April 27 at 10 o'clock a in. alS.ilci
Room, will be held
Regular Cash Sale
Clothing, Dry Goo'ds,
undeiware, C nckciy,
GLi'swear, Household Furniture,
lit ue of Ficsh GJroceric?,
Sacks Potatoes aud
GOLD AND SILVER WAH8AX WATCHES
hic lirown 2for.se,
One Uiir.kMltin Horcc;
Well Broken to Harness;
GME BAY GELDiNC,
With the following pedigree: Foaled
18T9 by Elmo, sire rif Overman; re.
'oi(l2:20; dam, Lady Winklcy. Lady
Winkloy is by Signal; dam, by Illinois
Medoc. Nettie, one of Lady Vvinklcy's
colts, trotted a mile, when 5' years'
old, in 2:'9 hijt h.ilf in 1:13. The
above colt wnjs liiokc last winter, and
has had hut littlu'handlin; he chive-;
well single or double. A lady can
drive either of tliu above horses.
Lyo.np ifc Lkvuv, Auctioneer'.
TNSTKUCriONS in Gymnastics will
J. lie given to Ladicj and Childicn
Bveij- SsiiLurcluy aiorniiij;-
Fioia 9 lo II o'clock, in addition to the
Evening Classy. S. . JJOLK.
U80 President Athletic Association
S. M. CA1ITK11. 6. V. OllAHAJI.
S. M. CARTER & 00.
82 King Street, ' Honolulu, II. I.
IlCTAIL DEALEKS IX
Coal and Feed.
TX7"13 would notify the public, an'l
IT Housekeepers in rarlieiilur, ih tt
wc Keep on hand and lor bale in quan
tities to biiit purchaser!) and at LOWEST
HATES, fuel, as follows :
Hard and Soft Woods,
Cut any lengths;
Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Co lis,
Scotch Co lis, aud tho
Celebrated Wellington Mine
Departure Uay Couls;
xVlso, Blacksmith' Coal.
The above can he oidered by telephone
or otherwise, unci immediate delivery
GIVE TJfcS A. CALL :
Telephone, No. UOO.
WE, ALSO KEEP IN STOCK
IrXixy M id Ositw,
California and New Zealand;
Bailey, Whole aud Ground;
Wheat, Corn Whole and Cracked;
limn, Middlings, and other Feed.
2&'Ordcr the above through
Telephone No. 305,
ami wo warrant quiok delivery, aud full
weight. Ordci-h from tho other
to all parts of hu pity.
Itomemucr, 82 King afreet,
i!S(l car Ami Teloplione No. U05.
.HOUSE TO ItENT, furnished
jl'or 0 to 8 months. - Euijutrc on
premise, 88 Beretanja'sf.'
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
A Fine Assortment
TFoi' Sale Very Low.
Send for full illustrated citnlougc
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows,
. , .Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps;
Kcroscno and Lubribnting Oils, &.c, &c.
The Magncso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes, ''
New and Staple Goods from Ainctieaand England. ' '
UVWtel OB Sal
Ecal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllcc, 27 Mcichnnt Micit, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of.IIonolulu and thcxarious Islands'.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. ' ' r'"
Books aud Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Viekery's Monthly Fireside Magaziuc and Visitor, villi,
Id Chromos; subscription $1.23 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company' in the Woild. , . (
CSJTChnrgcs always moderate. "' "Telephone No. 172.
YOTT O -
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHERfs:."
We-w Drug Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN. " '' 0'
313 lm BSy- IF YOU D0FT BELIEVE IT,. JUST TEY IT.
J. ML OAT, Jr., & CO.
Have just received c Suez,
A new lot of Blank Books, Blotting Tablets
Xjettci unci Note I?npeiHs
InlvN, jVtuciliift-e, Goll 3?enw, &c.
ALSO, A SMAI.I. ASSOllTHLXT OP ,
JPlaqxxes for House DOecoratiiig.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
C3"AH orders filled promptly .gj "' - ' ""
Gazette Blbclc, No.
AT THE GYMNASIUM
For the Benefit of the
A rendering of Longfellow's Poun,
' Hanging of the Crane,"
And the old lime Minuet, and preceded
May 1st, 1883.
Admission, 50 Cents.
a8t - -
4 CURLS at the Drcss-Muking Estah.
llshmcnt of ,
' MRS. A. M.
101 Foit Street.
rnilERE AVILL BE NO ICE deliver
X ed from tho Honolulu Ice Manu
factory for a FEW DAYS, as a now
Condenser will he nut in place.
.1. li. "WILDER.
Honolulu, April 14, 1883. U75
HAS REMOVED his Office and Resi.
dcueo to tho
Cor. of IClcliurilH nuil Uerrtuuia KIh.
OtrncK Ilouins 3 to 10 a.m.; 1 lo a
U51 p.m.; G:lI0 to7;U0p,in Mm
A Good Chnucc.
05B1 ANYONE that has uso
rtfagTMiryYiiDHAY can get one cheap
G, II, ROBERTSON,
834 lm - Queen ui cot.
25 Merchant Street,
pyomiwwr1 TTrzm ww ujnni-jiaeM
HOTEL ST. MARKET.
rnilE uuilcrsigucd having
'X 'piucha&ied the Hotel St.
Market, takes plea&ure in an
nouncing that he will give thcbuslncss
his pergonal attention, and hopes to sup.
lily the wants of the public ot Honolulu
In a satisfactory manner.
Beef, Mutton, Veai, Lamb,
And other kind of meat for the tabic
always on hand.
l'romjit Delivery Made.
Oi'derti takeu by Telephone.
By the return of tho Sue. I will be in
receipt of one of the best and newest
.Suu&tigro 3IacliluoH, ,'T1
and will tlicn bo preparcd'to1 furnish the
BEST HOMEMADE SAUSAGES.
CsiTN.B. No Chinese poik used.
D. . FYFE, Froprhtor
Telephone No. Sao. iitt7 ly
1VJB. McCAKDIiESW, . '
No. 0 Queen street,, Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
"itei-r,' Teal, Mutton, l''Isli, !., 'Ac.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully1
attended to. Livo stock furnished to
vessels at bhoif notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. 340 ly
On King Street, near Punch,
bowl btrct, hi ono of )hc
most central localities in
Honolulu, I have three pretty Cottago
Rooms to rent to gentlemen. 'Theo
looms (15 . 1G) have just been built and
newly and neatly furnished, with bath
loonib, water, ple.isnut grounds, hhado
trees, mid all conveniences.. To gentle,
men whodcoiro a comfortnble abode no
better inducement cnu be ofl'ered iihtho .
city. Address or apnlv to
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate and House Broker,
1185 3w HI Merchant street.
For Sale, '
California bied has
been on the Islands u
srr- -" y-'"r ''u 'Mi Han
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tlLVH UMICU 11 UUUU1U
lmrnofcs. Also, saddle and bridle. v'
Apply to . ...
081 !i w CAPT, I, BKAV,.,
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