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MONDAY, A PHIL l!J, 1885.
"" ' ARRIVALS.
Sliur Planter from Knual
Sclir Kiiwnlhiul from Konl.iu
Sclir Kliiikal from Wnlnhia
Sclir Nettle Merrill f roui Lnlialnn
Sclir Mauuokawnl from Koolau
Sclir Knulkeaoull from KohoUlcU
Sclir Wuloll from Mullko
S H Australia from Atistialln
, , DEPAKTUHES.
8 S Autialla for Sun l'rnucUco
Stmr W 0 Hall for Windwaid Port
Stmr Likcllkc for K:luiliil
Sclir Ualulmw'for Ivooluu
Sclir Rob Hoy for ICoohiu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Khmti for Windward Forts
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Uk Mntlilldo for B 0
Stmr IwnlunI for llamakua
Sclir Nettle Merrill for Lalmlna
Sclir Kawallnnl for Koolau
Sclir Walolt for Mnllko
Sclir Kanlkcaonll for Koholalele
Sclir Manuokawai for Koolau
Stmr Kllniiea Hon for Windward Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktne Morning Star, Bray
Slilp Imperator. Holx
Get bk Mathlldu, Krcuzieu
Sclir Eva, Wlkinan
H S Mariposa, Havward
Bk Caluarlcn, Hubbard
Wh Alliance, MuKeuna
Prom Waimca, Koloa and Kekalia.
per .steamer Planter, April 12th Kcv
Father Albert, Prof II McDonald, A
Fernandez, T H Gibson, 11 Hansen, wife
and daughter, dipt L L'Orango, wife
and three children, Misses Makcu (2), E
L Kauai and wife, II Langer, Miss L
Wllhclm, J IJ Alexander, Chung Fook
and wife, Tin San, and -11 deck.
From Australia for Honolulu, per S S
Australia, April 13th Miss Sherer, Mr
and Mrs Turner, Lord Elplilnstone, W
Williams, Mrs Kettle and -1 children, J
Ashbury, C Scholleld, 0- W "Wolff, A V
"Walker, C Wells, II Hodman, II W Ogg,
W H Stephens, II llec, A S Sherer, F
James, Rev C II Sutton.
Sclir Ehukal is undergoing repairs.
She will be ready next week.
Sclir Nettie Merrill brought 1700 bags
Stmr Iwalani sails to-morrow at 4 I'M.
The S S Australia arrived this morn
ing at 4.30 o'clock with 22S passengers
in transit from Australia. She sailed
again at about Jl.HO, taking about 20
Chinese passengers from this port.
Stmr Plauter brought 4C31 bags of
sugar, 70 bags of rice, 112 hides, 8 goat
skins and 50 sheep.
Stmr Kilauca Hou sails to-morrow at
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fouit white geese are advertised
The Banker's Daughter at Music
Inteuesting selections ou our
and fourth pages.
There will be no band concert
Emma Square this evening.
Pniucn Orloff, formerly Russian
Ambassador at Paris, is dead.
The Post-Ofllce despatched by the
S. S. Australia, 2,380 letters and
TheY. M. C.
classes meet this
and 7.30 o'clock.
evening at 0.30
The Y. M. C. A. singing class
will meet this evening instead of
All aboard for the Yosemite Skat
ing Rink this evening. Skating for
the cake to-morrow.
The Skating Rink at Central Park
will be open this evening and the
Roller Coaster will be running.
Queuy Why were three bells
rung at the Station house Saturday
, evening, at'9, 9:30, and 10 o'clock.
The Rev. C. E. Groscr, of' Wai
luku, has been appointed assistant
teacher at the Reformatory School.
The Supreme Court opened at 10
o'clock this morning. A foreign
jury was sworn in, and criminal
cases proceeded with.
A new lot of walnut nnd ebony
pole cornices all complete and very
cheap at King Bros.' Art Store.
99 1 3t
Ik you want a nice shoo, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is tho place for it,
13 Nnuanu street- 980. tf.
Iolani College re-opens for the
summer term next Monday morning
at 9 o'clock, at which hour all
scholars are requested to be in at
tendance. Mk. Cyprian Webb, eldest son of
Mr. Joseph S. Webb, Secretary of the
office of Foreign Affairs, arrived by
the Australia this morning for a visit
to the Islands.
The Liverpool Grand National
steeplechase run, March 28th, was
won by dipt. Fisher's Roquefort,
Mr. Maker' 0 Frigate secondhand
Capt. Mitchell's Black Prince third.
A Mv.r.Ttso of Harmony Lodge vr ill
bo licit! tills pvpiilng at 7.. 10 o'clock.
Missus Lewis A. Co. received
some fluo New Zealand potatoes by
tins P.M.S.S. Australia, which they
offer for sale cheap.
Aituuation.s for moncj' orders on
the United States per S. S. Maripoia
will bo received at tha Pott-OQluo
mi til noou to-morrow.
The Hew Alexander Mackintosh,
of SI. Andtew's Cathedral, leaves
by the Likcllkc this afternoon for
liana, Maui, to nfllcintc at the
funeral of the Into Mr. August Uniin.
Two Chinamen were arrested this
morning shortly before the Australia
sailed, for attempting to leave the
kingdom without a passport. They
will lie attended to by Justice Bick
erton to-morrow morning.
The hack-drivers had a lively time
of it this morning, being well patrou
ized by the large number of passen
gers nshore from the S. S. Australia.
It is to be hoped that they kept
strictly to the rates of fare.
The S. S. Mariposa sails on Wed
nesday at noon. The Fost-oluco
mail closes nt 10 o'clock, a late
letter bag at 11:30 o'clock. Seo
that your letters arc properly
stamped and mailed in time.
Mn. D. D. Baldwin, Inspector
General of schools, arrived home
yesterday on the Nettie Merrill, from
a lour of inspection on the island of
Maul. He will remain here about
two weeks and then proceed to Ha
waii. The P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
off port this morning about 4 o'clock,
but did not reach her dock until
nearly C o'clock. She loft again
for San Francisco shortly before 11
o'clock. The vessel had a largo
number of passengers in transit.
The San Francisco Dramatic Co.
give their second performance this
evening at the Music Hall. The
"Banker's Daughter," which has
met with great success in the States,
will be presented on this occasion.
The box office plan shows that thcro
will be a large house.
The annual meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. will be held at their Hall to
morrow evening, April Mth. Meet
ing at 7 o'clock for election of officers,
after which the annual reports will
be read. Refreshments will
served after the meeting. A
attendance is earnestly desired.
The S. F. Alia of March 25th
says: "An" official telegram has
been received that the flagship Hart
ford sailed from Valparaiso, March
17th, for Honolulu, and from that
port will sail for San Francisco."
Mr. Mort Oat says she may bo ex
pected here between the 5th and
10th of May.
We havcToceived the New York
News-letter for March, 1885. It is
neatly gotten up and contains the
fortieth annual report of the New
York Life Insurance Company, for
which Mr. C. O. Berger is agent in
this city. This company ia in ex
cellent condition, tho cash assets
January 1st, 1885, amounting to
The Temple of Fashion will have
a grand opening at their new store,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
April 18th, 20th and 21st, with a
fine stock of gentlemen's clothing
and furnishing goods. The ladies
have not been forgotten, for a milli
nery establishment in charge of Miss
Burke, an experienced milliner, will
also be opened at the same time.
On Wednesday evening, at the
Central Park skating rink, tho ten
mile roller skating race between
Willie White and Martin Hnrtmann
will take place, commencing at 7.30
o'clock sharp. Both skaters are in
training, and a lively race may be
expected. The scoring will be dono
on a blackboard in sight of tho
A man is born a dandy as he is
born a poet. There arc heads that
can't wear hats; there are necks
that can't fit cravats ; there are jaws
that can't fill out collars, (Willis
touched this Inst point in one of his
earlier ambrotypes, if I remember
rightly), there are tournurcs nothing
can harmonize, and movements no
thing can subdue to the gracious
suavity or elegant languor of stately
serenity which belong to different
styles of dandyism. Call nnd select
your choice of the elegant Spring
Styles of Stetson lints, now open
and ready for sale, M. McIneusy.
"' 992 3t
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
Knluemalea Kupicha, Aukai and F.
Roach were charged with drunken
ness, nnd had to pay SO each. Ku
acr, beiug an old offender in the
same line, was bent to prison for
ten days. Cheong Ku, charged with
gaming on the 10th, was remanded
until the 17th.
Wo welcome to our shore Mis? 1
Annis Montague, our "Hawaiian I
nightingale," and Mr. (.'. Turner, '
who arrived from the Colonic this
morning by the P.M.S.S. Australia.
They have been absent live years,
travelling through Australia and
New Zealand, and have met with tlio
greatest success. They will remain
hero ubout two months, and during
that time we hop to hare a rich
musical treat in the way of a Beries
of concerts. They are undecided
ns yet in their future plans.
A HANDSOME COFFIN.
Mr. C. E. Williams, the under
taker, completed this morning the
collln for the lato Mr. Unna. It is
of polished koa and a handsome
specimen of work. The trimmings
arc gold and silver, the handles
being wound with black silk. Over
each handle is a basket of flowers in
silver. The inscription plato, which
is of silver, reads,
Born December lCth, 1828.
Died April Sth, 1885.
Above this is the Danish Coat of
Arms of solid silver artistically en
graved by Wcnncr & Co. Mr.
Williams only received the order for
the cofiln on Friday, and he has had
to work night and day to get it com
pleted. Some of the koa wood used
shows a most beautiful grain. Mr.
Williams will take the coffin to its
destination by the Likclike, and
also a hand bier, as the body will
have to be carried about a mile.
A well-known citizen went into
Noltc's saloon on Saturday to in
dulge in a cup of coffee. He first
went to the glass show case where
lie the papers for the perusal of
patrons, and at the samo time took
out his spectacle case from his
pocket, a $20 certificate, unknown
to him, dropping on the glass case.
He partook of his coffee and went
out up street for the purpose of
paying a bill. Arriving at his des
tination, he missed his money, and
immediately went to his olllce think
ing he had left it there. It was not
to be found, and ho went to Noltc's
to make enquiries if he had dropped
it there. The young man behind
the counter told him he had seen a
young man pick up a certificate from
the show case, but thought it bo
long to him. This young man being
well known, was hunted up and
restored tho money.
The following is the programme
of the races to be held at Kapiolani
Park, Thursday, June 11th, under
the auspices of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club : 1 Grazeer's plate, half mile
dash, open to all. 2 Queen's plate,
trotting race, for Hawaiian bred
horses only. 3 Hawaiian Jockey
Club cup, one mile dash, open to all
three-year olds. 4 Governor Do
minis' cup, three-quarter mile dash,
for two-year-old Hawaiian bred
horses. 5 King's plate, trotting
race, open to all. G Kahuku cup,
running race, one mile dash, Hawai
ian horses onty. 7 Reciprocity
cup, running race, one mile and
quarter dash. 8 Gentlemen's race,
trotting or pacing, milo and repeat.
9 Pony race, running race, one
mile dash. 10 Kamchamcha plate,
running race, two mile dash open to
all. Entries close at 2 p. m., Juno
8th, at Mr. C. O. Berger's olllce,
with tho exception of races Nos. 3
The San Francisco Dramatic Com
pany mode its first appearance in
this city at Music Hall, Saturday
evening, in Tobin's comedy, "The
Honeymoon." The audience was n
large and fashionablq, one, but the
piece was inadequate to tho ability
of the different members of the com
pany. As regards its literary merit,
it is very poor, so that it failed to
please the audience. Taking the
company altogether, it is a good
one, and that we shall sec in the re
maining performances when some
thing of more merit will be placed
on the boards. The first two acts
of "The Honeymoon" arc exces
sively dry and devoid of interest.
In the third act the assumption of
the Duke by Willie Sinims attracts
more attention, and thence to the
ond the play is decidedly enjoyable.
Mr. Stetson ns tho Duke Arrnnza
played with great care, and Mr. Rut
ledge as Rolando was exceedingly
good. , Mr. Malcolm as Moutalban
and Mr. Talbot as Lopez did well,
while Mr. Morrison ns Balthnsar wns
somewhat stiff. Mr. Willie Sinims
as Jacques received quite an ovation
on entering, and cieatcd roars of
laughter while on the stage. He is
a most excellent comedian and quite
a favorite with our public. The
ladies all did well in their respective
parts, Miss Ingham as Juliana mak
ing some btrong points when driven
to anger by her husband .tho Duko.
Miss Voting as Volantc was vory
winning. After the cm tain had
dropped Mr. Rutlcdge made his
appearance aud addressed a few
words to the audience. lie said
that on arriving here he had heard
that his company had been repie
sented a being a variety coin-
pnny from the dim of San Fran
cisco. Hut he autcd the nudienco
that such was not tho case, far from
it. It was a gros untruth and cal
culated to do injustice. They were
a company of ladies and gentlemen
who had the pluck to como two
thousand miles neross the sea to
play before the Honolulu public.
Every member had been carefully
selected, mid the audience would be
satisfied of that before they con
cluded thoir season hero. After
thanking the audience for their kind
patronage, ho withdrew amid loud
applause. The curtain soon after
went up and the farce, "Tho Lot
tery Ticket," was given. It was
amusing from beginning to end,
Willie Sinims as Wormwood, the
humpbacked lawyer's clerk, keeping
the audience in great mirth. The
music between the acts was by Mr.
Berger at the piano and some of tho
Mr. Joe Wiseman's arrangements
were well-nigh perfect. This even
ing the company give that flno play,
"The Banker's Daughter." The
stay of this company is limited,
therefore plaj'-gocrs should not miss
any opportunity of seeing its performances.
By the S. S. Australia the follow
ing gentlemen arrived and are at
present staying at the Hawaiian
Hotel: Lord Elphinstonc, Jnmrs
Ashbury, Esq., M. P., G. Wolff,
Esq., Belfast, and C. Schoficld,
Esq., Manchester. Lord Elphin
stonc was a member of the last Bri
tish Government and one of the
lords in waiting to Her Majesty
Queen Victoria. He visited these
Islands about forty years while on
duty in a British man-of-war. Mr.
Ashbury's name is known the whole
world over in connection with
yachting. Mr. Wolff is the designer
and builder of the largo and splendid
steamers of the White Star Line.
The Oceanic and Coptic, of tho O.
S. S. Line, which have visited this
port, were designed nnd built by
him. Mr. Schoficld, who is rather
a young man, is a member of the
Lancashire Yeoman Cavalry. A re
presentative of the Bulletin called
on these gentlemen this noon at the
Hotel. Mr. Ashbury, who was the
spokesman of the party, is a very
entertaining gentleman, and full of
humor, at the expense of the rest of
tho party. He states that Colonel
Clans Sprcckels will lake them to
Sprcckclsvillc to-morrow for a visit
to the plantation and other places.
Returning on Saturday, they will
leave ou the 22nd by the W. G.
Hall for the Volcano. They will be .
due in Honolulu on the 30th, and
leave for the Coast by the Alameda
on May 1st. Arriving in San Fran
cisco the party will separate. Mr.
Ashbury will go direct to Salt Lake
ANCLICAN CHUnCH CHRONICLE.
We have received the April num
ber of this publication, delayed for
one wcclc to give the editors time to
present a full account of the recent
mission and Kastcr-day services.
Speaking of the granting of licenses
the Chronicle says: "Wo depre
cate anything which savors of
tyranny or deprivation of the per
fect and true liberty of a subject,
and wc claim equal rights for every
one, whatever be the color of his
skin, but we must confess to such
an abhorrence of the sin of drunken
ness as would cause us to frame the
most stringent laws for its suppres
sion, even if they had the sem
blance of infringing on tho rights of
a legitimate business, and even
when it is only the few who suffer.
The granting of licenses would bo
sure to increase the drunkenness of
any locality, and thus a great blow
be given to this already fast de
creasing race. Wo trust our authori
ties will listen to the petitions of tho
residents of those districts where it
was contemplated to grant licenses."
Tho church news from different
parts of the world is complete and
exceedingly interesting. Mr. Thco.
11. Davies writes a letter to the edi
tors urging the members of St.
Andrew's Congregation to cultivate
a more intimate connection witli the
Young Men's Christian Association,
as the work of the society is eminent
ly Christian and nonsectarian,and its
meetings and its work arc studiously
arranged, so as to avoid interference
with the hours of service, or the
work of the Christian churches j and
ho knows of no organization that is
more generous or more catholic in
its spirit. A full account of the
mission services of Uev. G. 11.
Simeon is given, and the Chronicle
hopes that the efforts of the preach
er to work good amongst us may be
rewarded, and many bo brought to
realize what it truly means to bo a
member of Christ's church. Tho
cducntional department has been
carefully attended to, and the wholo
number is one of much Interest,
Tho ten bores of a newspaper
ofllco are bores, poets, cranks, rats,
cockroaches, typographical errors,
exchange fiends, book canvassers,
delinquent subscribers and the man
who always knows how to mn the
paper better than the editor doea
himself.- I'icr World.
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Just received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Chests, nuw styles of Chandeliers
and Lihrary Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, If eroscno Oil Stoves.
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All of which arc offered upou favorable terms.
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A Horso ! a Horso ! My Kingdom for a Horse. King Richard.
The Fast Trotting Stallion
y ' VViirl r i nsM 1
Having purchased this celebrated Stallion from MR. JAMES CAMPBELL, I
hereby notify the public that he will stand the present season at my headquarters,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen Streets (Captain Chmey's). Terms for tho sea
Mii, 930; to luMire, 8100.
Venture is a rich chestnut color, 1G bands high, and weighs about 1,100 lbs.
In structure he is the picture of great muscular power, and 111 appearance, tem
perament and disposition, he is faultless. Full of tire and gentleness, he is with
out speck or blemish. As a stock horse he is having extraordinary success; bis
numerous progeny, both in California and in this country, attest this fact, several,
of them being able to trot low down, and one of his daughters (Venus) can trot
in 2.25. Venus is also the dam of Transit, which Is said to be the most promising
two-year-old in California. lie trotted a mile last season, as a yearling, in 2.45.
Venture, chestnut horse, foaled in
Oakland, California; by Relmotit, he by
lHt clam, Miss Mostyn, by American Hoy, Jr.
2nd ilnui, by KcnnerN (jrny Mcdoe,
:ird clam, Impound l.ady Mostyn, by Tonlcm.
ttb dam, liiMillil. by Whlkor.
Mb iliim, Helen, by lliimbli'toulan.
Mh dam, biisan, by Ovci ton.
7th dam, Drowsy, by Dititic.
Ktli dam, by Old KiiKlnnd.
'.it It clnm, by Cullcn Aiabian.
10th dam, Mist CiiUu, by Cndo.
llth dam, Mis MaKelc-H, Hon of (Jrcyhound.
lk'limmt, by Amviicnu Hoy.
1st, dam, Imported I'runella, by C'onms.
In offering the services of this horse to the public I make one claim for him,
which is that he is the highest bred trotting stallion in the world, living or dead, v
and in support of this claim I am willing to submit it to any authority that can be
obtained, and if lie is not, then 1 will forfeit all my claims to horse knowledge. It
will be seen that his pedigree n'prcscnts a union of the purest blood of tho English
and American thoroughbred racer, one of his grand daiiH, as alo one of his great
gianil daiiH, being imported from England to the United Slates. When Venture
was on the turf, about eight years ago.hi! was at that time the sensational horse of
tho Pacillo Coast, and tin sporting papers in the East, that were always so much
opposed to running blood in the trotter, commenced picking away at his pedigree,
Irving to liml a colli cross in it, at. the same time declaring that it was simply im
poiblo for a strictly thoroughbred hor.-e to trot as fat as ho was then trotting;
but at last they had 'to give imp, and admitted the fact that he was a strictly
thoroughbred horse, but declared him a phenomenon, and were uualilc to account
for his great speed at the trotting gait. Hut the fame of Ills sire, old liclmont, is
almost world-wide, and it Is a well-known fact his blood nicked better with the
trotting families than that of any other thoroughbred horse ever known, as, in
addition to Venture, two other thoroughbred sons of his, Capt. Webster and Owen
Dale, were said to have possessed great speed at the trot. Itcsldcs these, he sired
the dams of Belle Echo, 2:20; Flora Shepherd, 2:30; Monarch, 2:2S; Nelly
I'atclii'ii. 2 :27); Rustic, 2:'.(0; which is a showing that a great many of the best
trotting bred horses cannot equal. Mr. Patrick Farrcil, who Is one of the most
experienced drivers on the Pacific Coa't, told me the last time that I saw him, that
Veutuie was tho fastest trotter iliat he ever pulled a lino over, aud that if his
temper had not been soured In his youth by bad handling, he believed that he
would have equaled, if not surpassed, all the recouls ever made, and that he could ,
show a two-miuutu gait with I11111 to a wagon, but in company he would become
wild, on account of his hot blood, and was often beaten by horses that could hardly
run as fast as hu could trot. Ills recoid of 2:27Jj which was no measure of his
speed, was made at tlio Oakland track in 1S77, in a race which he won, beating
Alexander, Gus, tieneral Reno and Billy J I ay ward, tills being his labt public
performance. , . , ,
It is thought by some people that an aged horso Is not as good a producer as a.
yoilll" one, Dill HO greater lllisiasc! ruuiu jiusaioiy uu in.uiu. mucuu, uiu uppunuo
is claimed by many large breeders, and Instances are so numerous of horses siring
their best foals fit an advanced age that the above theory lias long ago been ex
ploded, imported Diomcil was twenty-seven years old when he sired Sir Archy,
bin best sou; Bonnie Scotland, who died only a few years ago, sired Luke Black
burn and (Jeorge Kinney, by far the bet of ills get, after lie was twenty-llvo; Im
ported Leamington sired Iroquois, ills best son, tho last year that he lived, at
twenty-live. Among trotters may be mentioned Volunteer, the sire of St. Julien,
who is tliiity-oiio years old this spring, and Is said to bo as lively and vigorous as
lie ever was, aud )U voung foals as promising as any that he ever got. Old Ih
mlltoulau tiled In .March, 1870, aged twenty-seven years, but sired two foals the
last days of his life, and one of them, called llamiltonian's last, made a trotting
record of 2:2."i the past season, and tho other one is said to bo equally as fast.
With theo facts before us, it is plain that tho ago of a horso lias nothing to do
with Ills success ns a sire. 1 think myself that there is a great deal In the condl
Hnn that n lmrsn is kent.'for an animal that Is well-fed anil cared for. with nlentv
of exercise, will beget better foals than
Ventura Is twenty-two years old this spring, and with tho caro that I lnteud
to give him, I expect him to slro better foals than he ever has before. Ho Is a
remarkably sure breeder. Mr. Campbell assures mo that ho has never bred a
mare to him yet that did not produce a foal, and his many beautiful colts, now on
Mr. O.'s ranch, are worth a long journey to see; and now as he Is to bo kept ho
convenient to tho general public, 110 oniiownlnga good mare should be so blind to
their own intercut as to neglect the opportunity of obtaining his blood while they
have the chance. '
Tor any additional particulars apply at Punchbowl aud Queen streets.
O- 33. IMlTHJES, Proprietor.
Honolulu, April 10, 1885, 002 lm
TIN, COPPER AND
LI 1 JUMUMUI Jl 1UU . 1 HL.
1803, bred by Henry Williamson, Esq.,
American boy, lie by Seagull, he by Im-
2ml clnm, by PiirtlMiu.
3rd clnm, 1'avtii, by Trumpntor.
Mil U11111, l'loinlsu, by Snap.
uii until, I'lunciin, ny iiiRiinycr.
0111 (lain, .Jiuui, ny jiiaiiK.
7th tlatn, tjicctutor's iliim, by Partner.
btlt dam, llonny I.nss, by Buy liolton.
tltb dam, by Darlcv'x Arabian.
10th (lam, by llyoily Turk.
11th clnm, by Tnlfofct Harb.
12th clam, by l'lacc'H WliltoTurk.
13th (Jam, Natural Hull) Mare.
one that Ik turned Iooeo and never stabled