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THURSDAY, AriUL 10, 1885.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
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Alameda Leaves Honolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, May 15
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOU AUCKI.VN1) AND SYIINKV!
rttiur City f Sydney . Aii II 18
KOIl SAX VltANOtSCO.
Stuir Zcahimlla . Mny 10
Stmr Lehtiii from Windward Ports
Sclir Kaimil fiotn Luupnlioelioc
.Stmr Mokolll for Windward Port
Stmr .his Malice for Ifapaa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Caiburlen for San Francisco
VESSELS 111 PORT.
Steam Bktnc Morning Star, Uray
Ship Inipcrator. llolx
Bk Calbarlcn, Hubbard
For ITmnnkun, pur .stmr Iwalanl, April
15 S Macauley, A Gecring, l !' San
ford ami Mr Lewis.
I'rom Kauai. Waialua ami Walanac.
pur stmr C It Bishop, Apill liith Capt
English, Miss A P Johnson, Kmlolpli
lllndt, Edward Hindi, S W Barnes, Miss
A Wldemann, Master irWldeinanii ami
The stmr C 11 Bishop brought 2028
bags of sugar, 00 pkg3 .sundries. She
sails on Saturday next at 8 a si.
The Calbarlen sails to-morrow for
San Franslsco at 10 a m.
Some of the well worn planks on the
OSS wharf arc being taken up and re
placed by now ones.
Stmr Lclnia arrived lat night at 1 a m
with 2UG3 bags of sugar. She sail on
Saturday at noon.
Sclir Kamoi brought 2C0O bags of
sugar. The Capt reports calms and
strong currents in the channel.
The Kealia mill will s'top grinding
next week for the scaton. The steamer
C It Bishop will brnig the last of the
sugar on her next trip.
'The French brig, formerly theTewcra
but now the Allle Howe, will go on the
Marine Hallway on Monday next to be
cleaned. She has been chartered for
Hongkong and will sail on or about the
28 Inst., commanded by Capt Holland
and under the Hawaiian Hag. She will
return with Chinese merchandise.
Freeth & Peacock are her agents here.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A Javanxsi: advertises for a situa
tion. Fanciion the Cricket this evening
at Music Hall.
Two furnished bedrooms are ad
The Sun Pearl gallery advertises
for a young boy.
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Intehesting selections on our first
and fourth pages.
Mn. Willie Simnis as Didier in
"Fancbonthc Cricket" this even
ing. Tin: Y. M. C. A. geometry and
algebra class will meet this evening
at 7.30 o.' clock.
A muetino of Mystic Lodge, K.
of P., will be held this evening at
Mn. Adams' regular weekly cash
sale will be held to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock at the salesroom.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held this
evening at the Hall at 7.30 o'clock.
TlAvr. 3'our music bound in a good
. substantial manner, at A. II. Kasc
mann's Hook-bindery, Gazette Mock.
If you want u nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Niiuanii street- 980. tf.
Wall pockets, paper racks, letter
racks, hat and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, at King Hros.'
Art Store. 997 3t
NoTiiiNfi of importance was trans
acted at the meeting of the Myrtle
Boat Club last evening. A special
meeting will shortly bo called.
A meetings of the stockholders of
the Honokaa Sugar Company will be
held at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing at F. A. Schaefcr & Co.'s olllce.
Womc on the new police station
has boon temporarily suspended,
until some sand arrives from the
Coast on n sailing vessel. It is ex
ArrEit the prayer meeting at the
Bethel Union Church last evening, a
business meeting was held, at which
it was voted unanimously to extend
u call to the Hew K. C. Oggel to be
come tho settled pastor.
A MEMiiEit of Oahu Lodge, K. of
P., wants to know what was the
"long-delayed announcement" that
tho Gazette intimated was to be
made at the meeting of that fcocicty
last evening. Whatever it was, it
has been loDgcr-delayed.
Br, sure and see "Fnnchon the
Cricket" this evening.
Tin; attention of owners of lot in
Nutianu Valley Cemetery is called
to an advertisement.
Tin; 11 f tli volume of Hooker's
Book of Ferns, is advertised as lost
on King or Punchbowl streets.
Tin; bark Cnibarien sails at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning with 12,-'17-1
bags of sugar weighing 700 tons.
Tin; Central Park skating link
will bo open this evening at 7 o'clock
and the roller coaster will also be
B. F. Fiilkus & Co. announce an
opening of their new goods by last
steamer, on Monday next the 20th
Last Tuesday some natives fishing
at Waialua, made a big haul of the
anuiamn fish. About twenty barrels
full were obtained.
Those persons interested in ob
taining a home of their own on the
easiest terms, should watch our
advertising columns to morrow.
The Yosemite skating rink will be
open this evening as usual to the
general public. To-morrow evening
there will be a grand bon-bon party.
Iolani College re-opens for the
summer term to-morrow morning at
9 o'clock. Teachers and scholars
are requested to be on hand at that
Mn. W. M. Giffard, secretary of
the Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club,
has forwarded the prizes to the suc
cessful competitors in the Club's re
The new building on Merchant
street for the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser is Hearing completion.
It looks as if it would be ready for
occupancy next week.
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I r aiiy of our readers care to see
a handsome piece of Japanese carved
work, in the shape of a picture
frame, they should step into
Williams' photographic study and
the proprietor will gladly show
The Mutual Telephone Co. is erect
ing a line out to Diamond Head this
week, and also fourteen lines to
Waikiki. The connections to the
Government offices are also being
made, and next week the Palama
route will be commenced on.
Mn. James Williams, the Fort
street photographer, has just com
pleted a fine large sized photograph
of Capt. S. Nowlein, Lieutenants C.
II. Clark and Geo. Markham of the
King's Own Volunteer Guards,
dressed in full uniform.
One 3'oung man who is blessed
with fair means went to the Central
Park skating rink last evening and
walked right in. The doorkeeper
called him back and demanded a
quarter for admittance, whereupon
he walked out. Just fancy, that
young man saved twenty-five cents.
Ophelia My lord, as I was serving in
Lord Hamlet, with Ids doublet all un
No hat upon his head; his stockings
Uugartered, and dowu-gyved to his
l'alc as lits shirt; his knees knocking
And with a look so piteous In purport
As If he had been loosed from hull to
Honors he comes before me.
The spring styles of Stetson Hats
are now to hand and are rapidly
going off. M. McTneiinv.
HARTMANN VS. WHITE.
The Central Park skating rink was
well filled last evening, the attraction
being the ten-mile roller skating
match between Martin Hartmann
and Willie White for $50 a side.
The following were the officials of
the race: Judges, F. Gardner and
Oscar Brauch; Tellers, Hay Wode
house and J. Simonson ; Timekeep
ers, J. II. Fisher and S. J. Levey ;
Starter, F. Whiter. A large black
board was hung up near the starting
post, where the laps were chalked
down by George McLcod. The
track measured twenty laps to the
mile, therefore it had to be traversed
two hundred times. The greatest
order prevailed throughout the even
ing and the race was well conducted.
On the word "Go" being given
White went off with the lead, both
skaters taking matters easy. The
completion of the first mile saw no
difference between the two. On the
sixth lap of the second mile White
spurted nnd got about eight yards
ahead, but on the eighth Hartmann
was closo up again. At three miles
they were still in the same position.
On the fourth lap of this mile Hart
mann spurted finely aud passed
White amid loud applause. By the
timo the tenth lap was reached
Hartmann had neaily gained a lap,
and thus early in .the race the result
was foreshadowed. White tried to
reduco this lead but could not,
though ut one timu when entering on
the sixtli mile, it looked as if he
would regain his lost ground. On
tho ninth lap of tho seventh mile
White once more spurted and got
ten yards ahead, but Hartmann was
with him again ere tho thirteenth (
lap was reached. Just as thoy wcro
finishing tho third lap of the eighth
mile White fell and Haitniann gained
another half lap before White could
recover himself. Skating rapidly
Harttnann caught White again on
the tenth lap of this mile, and thus
placed himself two laps ahead.
From this point to the finish their
positions remained unchanged and
Hartmann was declared the winner
of the race by two laps. Time, 50
minutes 9 seconds. Both contest
ants gave ii good exhibition of skat
ing, White turning the corners best,
while Hartmann did good work on
the straight runs. Hartmann used
n pair of B. it B. skates, which ran
extremely easy and noiseless. White
had on Henley skates, which gave
him no advantage, as they made a
terrible clicking noise and there is
no doubt caused him to lose con
siderable ground during the race.
Hartmann showed considerable im
provement in his skating since the
This morning shortly before ten
o'clock a young native woman named
Margaret, wife of Y. Anin, a well-to-do
Chinaman residing on the rear
of No. 12 Meek street, tried to
poison herself by taking corrosive
sublimate. She it a. daughter of the
late Hcnty Gordon of Waialua.
Anin's first wife was a sister of his
present one. It appears that another
young Chinaman had been courting
Anin's wife, and several letters havo
passed between them which have
come into the possession of Anin.
He of course remonstrated with her,
but it did not have any effect.
While he was sitting in the front
parlor this morning talking business
with two of Ins countrymen, his
wife came along the hallway with a
bottle containing corrosive sublimate
in one hand and a cup in the other.
Pouring some of the liquid into the
cup, she shouted out that this was
her last day. Anin started up, but
she ran into another room, he after
her, but before he reached her she
had taken some of the contents of
the bottle. He knocked the cup out
of her hand, thereby preventing her
taking a large dose. Word was at
once sent to the Station House and
Deputy Marshal Dayton, Officers
Tell and Reynolds, accompanied by
the Bulletin reporter, were at the
house in a few seconds. Dr. Henri
McGrcw was summoned, but before
he arrived, some hot mustard and
water was given her, which caused
her to vomit. When the doctor ar
rived he administered an emetic,
and she was soon out of danger.
The woman has a very strong will
and ought to be carefully watched
in the future. The bottle contain
ing the corrosive sublimate was
labelled "Ant Poison."
FANCH0N THE CRICKET.
To-night the San Francisco Dra
matic Company will present the
above fine play at Music Hall. The
company is deserving of the hearti
est support from our public, and we
have no doubt there will be a full
house on this occasion. It has al
ways been a well known fact that in
the past the Honolulu public has
done much grumbling because there
has been no amusements provided
for their enjoyment, and the remark
has often been made, "Of what use
is the Music Hall?" There is no
occasion for any such .remarks now,
because we have now with us a good
company, each member of which
is doing the best they can to please
the public, and that part they
certainly filled the other night when
'The Banker's Daughter" was pre
sented. The manager deserves the
highest credit for having the' pluck
to bring a company so many miles.
Coming such a distance, it would be
too much to expect that the company
should have unlimited stage para
phernalia and an army of super
numeraries with them. This city
could not pay a fully-equipped
star company, and it is nonsensical
to demand such. Nevertheless the
lady and gentleman dramatists of
this company have proved that they
have talents above tho common
order. Their achievements with
necessarily limited accessories has
demonstrated that fact beyond cavil.
The company deserves to bo well
patronized, and wo feel certain that
there' will be a crowded house this
evening to witness their third per
formance. Seats can be obtained
at Wiseman's, and remember $1
will secure a reserved seat.
INCIPIENT FIRE SQUELCHED.
At 7.20 last evening an accident
occurred nt the Astor restaurant of
Mr. Geo. Cavanagh on Hotel street,
by the overturning of ti large brass
kerosene lamp, the result of which
might have been disastrous had it not
been for tho timely use of the Harden
hand grenade. Mr. Cavanagh states
that the entire lloor was covered with
the llaming oil, and live grenades
were broken and two buckets of
water dashed on the floor simultan
eously. In his opinion the water
spread the grenade liquid over the
large burning surface and put the
lire out, the whole thing not occupy-
ing over five or six seconds. It is
in such cases as these that the hand
grcnado is so useful, nnd it behooves
everyone to see that they keep a
supply on hand. The flic bell at
tho Bell Tower gave two laps but
tho fire department wns not called,
though there was the usual commo
tion on the streets when the firo bell
We understand some new build
ings are shortly to be erected on the
vacant lot between Love's bakery
and Kam Wo's store on Nuuann
street. The proper authorities had
better investigate the matter before
work commences, as, according to
tho plans, it looks as if enough build
ings were going to be erected to
lodgo the whole Chinese population.
Stores arc to be built in the front,
and, in rear of llicni, a two story
building with accommodation for
about eighty persons. Beyond this,
divided by a narrow passage way,
will be another row of buildings.
Previous experience ought to cause
remonstrance against such outrage
ous crowding right in our midst.
Bankruptcy seems to be the order
of the day. On April 10th Messrs.
II. Ilackfcld & Co. filed three peti
tions alleging the following firms to
have committed acts of bankruptcy :
Chong Fat, Ah Hong Bros., C. Ah
Foo, all of Kohala, Hawaii. On the
14th the same firm tiled a petition in
the bankruptcy of Akiona, of Ha
waii, aud j'csterday filed a petition
in the bankruptcy of Tai Chong Co.,
of Honolulu. The first three peti
tions will be heard on April 20th,
the other two on the 25th.
Wednesday, April 15th.
At Chambers, in equity, before
the Chief Justice, the case of Bekc
Kaai vs. A. Rosa et al., continued
from Tuesday, was argued and sub
mitted. Tiiuiisday, April lGtli.
Before Justice Austin. Kuniu
honun vs. Kohiana et al., ejectment.
Kinney and Peterson for plaintiff,
W. It. Castle and J. M. Pocpoc for
defendants. Tho case is heard before
a Hawaiian jury, and is still on trial
as we go to pross.
At Chambers, in probate, before
Justice McCully, in the estate of II.
B. ltyan, deceased, the accounts of
the administrator, W. F. Williams,
were examined and approved, and
the administrator ordered dis
charged. POLICE COURT.
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
John Wilson took too much fire
water yesterday, and the consequence
was he got locked up, which cost
him SG before being set free. Mr.
Fio, charged with assault and
battery, was remanded until the
18th. Ned Dcllix was brought up
on remand, charged with stealing a
valuable gold watch, the property of
J. F. Daylcy. Yesterday he pleaded
not guilty, but this morning with
drew that plea, and pleaded guilty.
His Honor sentenced him to one
year's imprisonment at hard labor
and to pay a fine of S50.
NY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
are respectfully requested to call ut the
Olllce of the uiuleislgned, between the
hours of!) and 12 a. m., fiom Friday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st Mfiy, 183.-), ut
Piesidenl Oahu Cemetery As'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1885. !)!I7 id
B. F. EHLERS & CO,
Monday, April 20,
Under the Management of
ivr Ti f OTVT A T T
f lvlt'S. Sh, Vj. OlVlii.J-jil.
A COTTAGE containing '2 rooms, on
Fort Street, No, 200. Apply It
A. C. SMITH,
at A. S. Hartwcll's olllce. 093 4t
ITT, lo. 8 mmm Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L N0TT.
IlIl'OItTEHS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise-
Just received Eddy's Kef ilgcrutors and Ice Chests, new tftyles of Chnmlwlicrs
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Kangcs, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
C3-irviKX5v7si:s .a.:v:l ixoavig's sscvxjES.-a
All of which are oll'cied upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
A Horse ! a Horse ! My Kingdom for a Horse. King Richard.
The Fast Trotting Stallion
.. !&. 7 JSW
Having purchased this celebrated Stallion from MR. JAMES CAMPBELL. I
hcicby notify the public that he will stand the present season at my headquarters,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen .Street (Captain Chinev"). ' Terms for the spa
MHi, $."U; to Injure. 100.
Venture ii a rich I'he.-tnut color, 10 baud' high, and weighs about 1,100 Ux.
In etmeturo he i the picture of great lnu-fiilar power, and in appearance, tem
perament and di-)Osition. he Is faultless. Full of lire and gentleness, he is with
out speck or bleinWi. As a stoek hor.-u he is having extraordinary sueeess; his
numerous progeny, both in California and in this country, attct Ibis fact, several
of tbeni being able to trot low down, and one of his daughters (Venn) can trot
in 'J.'Jj. Venn's is nlo the dam of Transit, which is said to be the most promising
two-year-old in California, lie tiotted a mile la-t caoii, as a yearling, in 1.4.".
Venture, che.-fiiut hiir.-e, foaled in
OaUand, California; by Ileliiioul. ho by
1st Uiiim.J Miss .Mo-tjii,liy Aiiieiienii Hoy, Jr,
'iml Uuiu, l)y Runner's l.inv .Medor.
Hid limn, liiu" te'l l.inlV Most j II, liy Tenli'i's.
4th iluni, liiMiliil, liy Wlii-ker.
Mil ilnin, Helen, liy llninlilcloniun.
mil (lain, mimui, b (Iteiion.
7tli (lain, Dimvsy, by Dimie.
Mil ilnin, liy Old i:ii;liiml.
Uth (linn, liv ('ulli'li Aiiihlan.
llltli (lam, Miss Cade, li Cade.
Iltli (him, Miss MhKi.'Icsx, mjii of (;ic hound.
llrlnumt, liy Ainei ieun liny.
1st (lam, Impelled l'l-nni'llii, liy (.'minis.
in offering the -erviees of this lior.-t; to the public I make one claim for him,
which Is that ho is tbe highest bred (lotting stallion in the world, living or dead,
ami in support of (his claim I am willing lo submit it to any authority that can he
obtained, and if he. is not, then I will forfeit all my claims to hor-e knowledge, it
will lie seen that his pedigree represent- a union of the purest blood of the Knglisli
and American thoroughbied racer, one of his grand dams, as al-o one of his great
grand dams, being Imported fiom England to the United States. When Venture
was on tin: turf, about eight years ago, ho was at that time thu sensational horse of
tlie J'acilli! Coast, and the sporting papers in the East, that were always so much
opposed to running blood in the trotter, ciimmoiieed picking away at his pedigree,
trying to find a colli cioss in it, at (he same time declaring (hat it was simply Im
possible for a strictly thoroughbred hor-o lo trot as fa-t as he was then trotdug;
but at la-t they bad to give it up, and admitted the fact that he was a strictly
thoroughbred horse, but declared liim a phenomenon, and were unable to account
for bis great (speed at the trotting gait. Kilt the fame of Ills hire, old llclinont, Is
'almost world-wide, and it is a well-known fact his blood nicked better with the
trotting families than that of any otlmr thoroughbied home ever known, as, in
addition to Venture, two other thoroughbred sons of hi", Capt. Webster and Owen
Dale, were Miid to have po-i-esscd great speed at the trot. Jtesldes these, he sired
the dams of Uellu Echo, !!:!(); Flora Shepherd, 2:30; Monarch. il:2S; Kelly
I'atchen. -' s'-'",ki ; llie-tle, 'JiIW ; which is a showing (hat a great many of the best
(rotting bred lioie cannot equal. Mr. Patrick Farrell, who is ono of the most
experienced drivers on the I'.ielllc Coat, told iiH,tbe last time that I saw him, that
Venture was the fastest trotter that lie ever pulled a line over, and that if Ids
temper had not been Mimed in his youth by bad bundling, he believed that he
would have equaled, If not surpassed, all the records ever made, and that he could
show a two-uiinutu gait with him to a wagon, but In company lie would become
wild, on account of Ids hot blood, and was often beaten by horses that could hardly
run as fast as ho could trot. Ills reeoul of 2: a"1 4 which was no measure of his
speed, was made at the Oaldaiid track in 1877, in it racu which lie won, beating
Alexander, Gus, General iteuo and Hilly Iliiyward, lids being his last public
II Is thought by some people that an aged hor.-e Is not as good a producer as a
voung one, but no'grealcr mistake could poll)ly bo made Indeed, (he opposite
Is claimed by many largo breeders, and Instances are so numerous of horses siring
their best foals at an advanced ago that the ahovu theory has long ago been ex
ploded. Impoited Dioiued was tweiily-sovnu yeai.s old when he sired Sir Archy,
his best son ; Ilonnlo Scotland, v ho died only a few years ago, sired Luke Ulack
burii and George Kinney, by far the best of his get, after he was twenty-live; Im
ported Leamington shed Iroquol-, his be-t son. the la-t year that he lived, ut
twenty-live. Among trotters may be mentioned Volunteer, thu sire of St. .Tulicn,
who is thhly-oiie yearn old (Ills spiing, and Is wild to bo, as lively aud vigorous as
he ever was, and his young foals as proinli-lng a any that he ever got. Old Ha
milloiiiau died In March, 18711, aged twciity-Mivcii years, but shed two foals the
last days of his life, and one of them, called llainllloniaii's last, made a trotting
ivcoid of "Ji'jrii the past sea-on, and the otheroue Issald to beeiiually as fiiM.
Willi tbc-o ad- lieloi'o us, it is plain mat tuu ago 01 a noree lias nothing to do
with his success as a she. I think myself that there Is a great deal In the condi
tion that a hoixi U Kept, for an animal that is, well-fed and cared for, with plenty
of exerche, will beget better foals than one that Is turned loose aud never stabled
or fed grain.
Venturo In twenty-two years old this spilug, and with thu cam that I Intend
In givo him, I expect him to sire better foals than he ever has before. Ho Is a
leinarkabiy sure breeder. Mr. Campbell assures mo that, ho has nuver bred a
uiaro to him yet that did not produce a foal, and his many beautiful colts, now on
.Mr. C.'ii ranch, mu worth a long journey to see; and now as he Is lo bo kept so
convenient to Iho general public, 110 one owning a good inaio nboiild bu so blind lo
their own interest as to neglect thu opportunity of obtaining his blood while they
have tho chance,
For any additional particulars apply at l'unchbowl anil Queen streets.
O. 33. 3X33L.32:, JPi-opi-ietoi.
Honolulu, April 1U, ISSH, IHK2 lui
TIN, COPPER AND
T U R E
ISO, bred by Henry Williamson, Esq.,
American boy. be by Seagull, he by Ini-
'J 1 1 1 (him,hy l'mtNim.
3ril (linn, I'iiuii, by Tiiiiupiitnr.
Ilh diiin, I'liiiicllii, liy lliKlnlyer.
.Mil ilnin, l'Kimise, by Simp.
Gtli (lain, Julia, liy llliink.
7th (linn, i-pct'lutur'H diiin. by 1'artner.
Mh lain, lliinny l.nss, by liny Ilnltun,
'.ith ilnin, liy I)uile'n Arabian.
loth (lain, by ll('ily Turk.
Iltli ilnin, hvTiiffoIet Bulb.
12th (hun, liy Place's WliltuTmk.
l::th (hun, Niilnrul Uiub.Miuc.
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