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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1885.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
J'OU RA2, VllANClPCO.
Alameda Loaves Honolulu. May 1
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Muy 1C
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KMl AUCKI.VN'D ASM) SYDNEY:
Slmr Oily of Sydney April 18
rOH BN l'llANCISCO.
Slmr Zetilandia May 10
Schr Wnllelo from Mnliko
., , DEPARTURES.
Bk Calbarlen for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVINU TO-MORROW.
Stinr Lchua for Windward Poits
Stint- C It Bishop for Walnuao. Walnlua
Schr Wallelc for Mallko
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktnc Morning Star, Bray
Ship Impcrator. Holx
Brig Allie Howe, Holland
For San Francisco, per bark Ualba
rlon, April 17th T J D.UI. wife and 3
The Caibaricn .sailed this morning for
San Francisco. Shu took 12,47-1 bags of
Migar valued at 07,401.71.
The AV G Hull and Planter mo to
arrive on Sunday, the Jus Makee on
Tuesday and the Iwalanl about Wednesday-next.
Schr Wailele brought 1100 bags of
Stmr O K Bishop sails to-morrow at 8
a ji for Waianae, Wuialua, Kilauea and
LOCAL & CENERAL fJEWS.
Tub Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
meets this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
A httm: girl to wash dishes and
tend a young child is advertised for.
Nicr.tA' furnished rooms at No.
110 Kins street arc advertised to let.
A Mur.Tixr: of Polynesian Encampment-
will be held this evening at
Hoiin will have some of those fine
hot buns ready to-morrow afternoon.
Call early with orders.
Tin: Elite Club meets at the Cen
tral Park skating rink this evening.
Ladies will be admitted free.
A Stkaxgi:rs' Sociable will be held
at the vestry of the Fort Street
Church this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Have your music bound in a good
substantial manner, at A. II. Rasc
mann's Book-bindery, Gazelle Block.
Tnciu: will be a grand bon-bon
party at the Yosemite skating rink
this evening. Go and receive a
The half-hour noon-day prayer
meetings at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
will hereafter commence at 12.20
and close at 12.55.
The Honolulu Rifles have decided
to hold their full dress parade in the
Central Park skating rink Wednes
day evening, May Gth.
The San Francisco Dramatic Com
pnuy will present the thrilling
drama, "Streets of New York," on
Saturday evening at Music Hall.
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
The Superintendent of the water
works requests that all persons usinir
water from the Makiki reservoir will
be careful and not waste it.
The stockholders of E. O. Hall
,'and Son (Limited) are notified that
..si, dividend of two dollars per share
' will be paid at the company's office,
Monday April 20th.
A itEADEit of this paper asks ; Now
that the Kapcna pool has been util
ized so. as to give a constant supply
of water, is it necessary to still re
strict tho hours of irrigation?
Wall pockets, paper racks, letter
racks, hat and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, at King Bros.'
Art Store. 097 3t
In the Supiemo Court yesterday,
during the trial of a case of eject
ment, some very aged Hawaiian of
betli sexes were examined as
witnesses, who remembered Kanieha-
molia I. very well.
To-mokkow, at noon, Mr. Adams
will sell at salesroom, those two
certain lots, Nos. 131 and 132 on
Beretania street, opposite Mr. Maer
tens. Each 100 feet front by 150
In about two weeks time it is the
intention of the San Francisco Dra
matic Company to visit Hilo, Ha
waii, and Wniluku, Maui. This in
deed will be a iare treat to our island
The Matinee performance at Music
Hall to-morrow commences at 2
Take your children to the Matinco
to-morrow afternoon to aeo Fanchon
"Sii.k Culture," an article by
Mis9 Rossitcr, on fourth page;
Latest Foreign News on first.
Oat says if you cannot go to the
volcano, buy a picture of it, a few
copies of which he has for sale.
- I.. - .
Tin: harbor presents a very de
serted appearance to-day, only one
foreign vessel in port, the ship Im
pcrator. A match foot race, distance 200
yards, will shortly take place between
Jacob Sinn and a young raau named
The P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
is due any hour after noon of to
morrow. At this time of the year
she may not be looked for before
Sunday afternoon. Letter writers
should take notice.
The French brig Tawera, recently
purchased by Mr. E. C. Rowe, has
been repaired and re-named Allie
Rowe, after the owner's wife. The
brig will shortly receive the finish
ing touches upon the Marine Rail
way. Mn. Yarndley's chorus and or
chestra had a good practice last
evening at the Gymnasium. Mr.
Charles Turner was present and
sang a duct with Miss Pattic Rhodes,
in which he charmed everyone pres
ent with his magnificent tenor voice.
At a meeting of the Board of
Education held yesterday, Miss
Minnie Champ was appointed prin
cipal of the Government school at
Honokaa, vice G. "W. Sherwood re
signed. Miss Nannie Needham was
also appointed an assistant at tho
same school. A new edition of the
native reading book Aoheluhclu will
shortly be printed, about three
Thehe are going to be two excit
ing events at the Central Park skat
ing rink next Wednesday evening,
which arc sure to draw out a large
attendance. The first is a five mile
race for a gold medal, value $25, for
young men over 17 years of age.
The second, a three mile race for a
S10 silver medal, for those under 17.
Entries can be made after 9 o'clock
Monday morning at C. J. McCar
thy's Astor billiard rooms.
The demands on the British Be
nevolent Society have been more
this year than any of the previous
years. All persons born under the
British Hag are asked to sub
scribe to the fund, and any sub
scriptions will be thankfully received
by the treasurer, Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn. The annual meeting will be
held at the British Club, Thursday,
April 23rd, at 7:30 v. m.
Ophelia My lord, as I was serving in
Lord Hamlet, with his doublet all un
No hat upon bis head; his stockings
Ungaitercd, and down-gyved to his
Pale as his shirt; his knees knocking
And with a look so piteous in purport
As if he had been loosed from hell to
Honors he comes before me.
The spring styles of Stetson Hats
arc now to hand and rc rapidly
going off. M. McIxern't.
FANCHON THE CRICKET.
This beautiful play 60 long iden
tified witli Maggie Mitchell's name,
was presented at Music Hall last
evening by tho San Francisco Dra
matic Company. The audience was
not so large as the excellent perfor
mance merited. The company one
and all are to be congratulated on
their great success. The piece was
well put on the stage, and not a
hitch occurred throughout the even
ins:. Of course, Miss Heath as
Fanchou was the centre of attraction.
It may not be generally known, but
the lady has starred in the
States in this role. Her perfor
mance last evening was a great
surprise to the audience, and it is a
long time since Honolulu was
treated to such a fine piece of acting.
Her shadow dance was extremely
well given, and at the conclusion of
the first act she was compelled to
appear before tho curtain in res
ponse to an enthusiastic demand
from the audience. Mr. Stetson aa
the lover Landry, in opposition to
Ills father's wish, gave a faithful
lendition of tho character. Mr.
Willie SimniH Landry's, as simple twin
brother Didicr, created any amount
of fun by his inimitable personation
of the part, and it is to be hoped
" we shall not lose him " yet awhile.
Father Barbeaud was well and faith
fully acted by Mr. Rutledge, and
Mr. Morrison as Caillard made
everything of his part. Miss Ingham
as the old mother and Mis3 Young
as Madclin were everything that
could be desired in their respective
parts. The Maypolo dance in the
second act was unique and delighted
tho audience. It in sufficient praise
of tho performance to say that tho
interest of tho audience- was en
chained throughout, and was fre
quently raised to an enthusiastic (
pitch, when it broko out in long and
loud applause. Several times Fan
chon compelled an ovation by her
sprightly acting and emotional ex
pression. The orchestra titular Mr.
Berger's leadership was particularly
duo last evening.
Y. M. C. A. COMMITTEES.
The following gentlemen volun
teered and were appointed by the
Board of Directors to serve for one
year on the various committees
adopted at tho monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Young Men's Christian
Association held Thursday evening,
April lGth, 1885:
Committee on Devotion W. A.
Bowen, Chairman ; P. C. Jones, Jr.,
Hon. A. F. Judd, Dr. J. M. Whit
ney, J. S. Southwick, and J. B.
Committee on Temperance P.
C. Jones, Jr., Chairman; J. Cas
sidy, J. A. Dower, and W. S. Brash.
Committee on Visitation E. C.
Damon, Chairman; Hon. L. Mc
Cully, J. A. Dower, Capt. G. Lees,
J. Cassidy, J. W. Robertson, and
A. F. Cooke.
Committee on Invitation Wm.
Clark, Chairman; S. E. Mann, J.
S. Southwick, Oscar White, William
Dower, Mr. Kcnakc, W. D. Alexan
der, Jr., W. Podmore, Mr. High
ton, Thos. Williams, W. S. Brash,
Thos. Scvcrin, C.E. Crozier, and Mr.
Committee on Entertainments
Theo. H. Davies, Chairman ; P. C.
Jones, Jr., W. A. Kinney, E. A.
Jones, W. W. Hall, and F. A. Chap
man. Committee on Employment N.
F. Burgess, Chairman; B. F. Dil
lingham, and A. F. Cooke.
Committee on Jtcadina Room
Dr. C. M. Hyde, Chairman ; Rev.
W. C. Merritt, and T. G. Thrum.
Finance Cotntnitten CM. Cooke,
Chairman; P. C. Jones, Jr., and
Theo. H. Davies.
Remember to-morrow, Monday,
and Tuesday is the grand opening
of spring and summer millinery
goods, at the Popular Millinery
House, 10-1 Fort street. All are
cordially invited to inspect without
being obliged to purchase. Mr.
Sachs has outdone himself this year
as to the display of goods ho offers
to the public of Honolulu, and his
prices will accommodate all classes.
Do not fail to attend.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
Mr. T. R. Lucas recently pur
chased some lots out on Beretania
street. He intends to erect some
very handsome cottages on them
which will be sold at, as he says,
bedrock prices. The situation is a
fine one and no better opportunity
could be offered than this. At the
office of the Honolulu Planing Mill,
plans can be seen of the lots and the
cottages he will erect. As to terms
nothing could be easier than he
offers. Mr. Lucas will furnish all
particulars to those who apply to
To-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock,
at Music Hall, the San Fraucisco
Dramatic Company will give a grand
matinee performance of " Fanchon
the Cricket," especially for ladies
and children. No better play could
have been selected for the occasion.
The great Maypole dance will de
light the children so that it will never
be forgotten by them. We expect
to see the Music Hall crowded so
to-morrow afternoon witlt parents
and children as it has never been
before. Remember the prices of
admission are Adults 50 cents,
children under 10 years of age 25
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
To-morrow, Monday and Tuesday
there will be a grand opening of
milliuery, dry and fancy goods at
this large establishment, which tiie
public is invited to' attend. The
firm have also opened the corner
store, lately occupied by A. AV".
Richardson & Co., witji a splendid
stock of clothing and gentlemen's
furnishing goods, which have been
carefully selected for the wants of
their numerous patrons. Miss
Burke, an experienced lady, will
have charge of tho millinery depart
ment. Our readers will find any
thing they require in tho line at
lowest prices at this large establish
ment. POLICE COURT.
Boforo Police Justico Bickerton,
Fourteen Chinamen, remanded from
the 11th, for gaming, were further
remanded until tho 25th, at tho re
quest of the defendants' counsel.
Ah Sea, who pleaded not guilty on
the 15th, to having opium in posses
sion, withdrew that plea this morning
and pleaded guilty. Ho was lined
850 nnd sentenced, to imprisonment
at hard labor for twenty days.
Yaiug Wa, charged with larceny of
five fowls valued at 87, the property
of Kauio, was remanded until tho
2dth, at bib request. A native woman
named Koleka was ' charged with
stealing clothing to the value of
S5.50, tho property of II. R. II.
Princess Poomaikolani. This being
her second offence, she was sent
over tho reef for nine months at hard
labor, and fined 810.
Fuidat, April 17th.
Before Justice Austin. J. T.
McCrosson vs. W. 11. Cummings,
equity appeal. A. S. llarlwell for
plaintiff, E. Preston for defondant.
On motion of counsel for plaintiff it
was ordered that tho appeal may be
Kalihilihi ct al. vs. Kama, excep
tions. Kinney and Peterson for
plaintiff, E. Preston for defendant.
The exceptions were argued and
Lono ct al. vs. M. Phillips & Co.
cl al., exceptions. Kinney and Pe
terson for plaintiff, R. F. Bicker
ton and A. Rosa for defendants.
The exceptions were argued and
Fiudat, April 17th.
The Court is sitting in Banco to
day and divorce cases will be heard
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4 :30.
The following is tho programme:
Overture Peter Schuioll Weber
Chorus -Tnnhauscr Wagner
Waltz Artist Life Strauas
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Cavattna Queen of Golconda. Donizetti
March Secret Love Ellcnbcrg
THE PRESS ON THE ENCLISH MISSION.
Most of the Democratic papers of
New York arc surprised at the selec
tion of Phelps and the ignoring of
The Sun says no political reason
is apparent for giving the oflice to a
citizen of Vermont, as that State is
hopelessly Republican. While it
considers Phelps not unequal to tho
position, yet it sa3s it is certain that
he cannot perform those social, post
prandial and scmi-litcrar' duties in
which Lowell mado himself the most
popular man in England.
From interviews the Herald gives
the following opinions: Hubert O.
Thompson: "The nomination of
Phelps of Vermont as Minister to
Great Britain is a great disappoint
ment to every Democrat in this
State." George William Curtis
considered that the new appointee
would be placed in striking contrast
with Lowell, who had performed his
duties with great ability, wisdom
and patriotism. A well-known law
yer: "The finest mission in the
heap has gone to 'Vairmount,' the
most hide-bound and moss-grown
State in the Union. It is a warning
to politicians that they may as well
take down their banners from the
outer walls and cut them up into
bandages or shrouds."
The Tribune gives an extract from
a speech made by Phelps in 18C4,
showing that he called Lincoln " a
wooden-head, twentieth-rate, back
country attorney," and declared the
North was fighting simply to turn
loose "all niggers," and "white
wash the nigger in the blood of
millions." At the same time the
Tribune agrees with Eastern journ
als that the nomination is acceptable.
Tho papers that are debating the
old question as to the expression " I
guess" being an Americanism, will
find it useful to consult a concord
ance of Shakespeare. The greatest
dramatist employs tho word many
times in its present accepted moaning
in this country. lioston Herald.
"Dear little man wltii the slender legs,
Man with the long, long hair,
Why do you dunce on your slender pegs?
Why do your rant and rear?
Why do you howl and mutter so?
Why do you clench your list?"
" Silly chatterer, don't you know?
1 am an el-o-cu-tlon-ist."
Mamma (dining out) It isn't
polito, Bobby, to smack your lips
when eating. You never do that at
home. Bobby 'Cause we never
have anything worth smacking over.
N. Y. Times.
A LITTLE girl from ! to 12 years old,
to wash dishes and pluy witii a
child -1 yenn old j to thu right one a
good home und wages according to the
amount of work sliu is able to do. Ap
ply Immediately at this onlce. 093 lw
ANY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
are respectfully requested to call ut the
Ollicu of tho undoislgiicd, between the
hours of !i and 12 a. m., from Friday,
17th April, to Fiiday, 1st May, 18S5, tit
President Oaliu Cemetery Ass'n.
Honolulu, ntli April, 1885. !!)7 til
FOB I POI !
"WIIcov'n Mnrhlno Miulr.
Vanillic anil others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the biimu in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con.
J?. IS. OAX
At Pacltlc Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen street. tf
;'-.' ' .-$&&.
- - m
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPOltTEKS AND DEALEKS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise
Just received Eddy's Hcfrlgcrators uud leu Chests, new styles of Chandeliers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Hanges, Kcroscno Oil Stoves.
E2T FAIRBAKKS' .AJVO HOWE'S SCAIiES.-
All of which nrc offered upon favoiahlo terms.
PACIFIC IIAUDWAHE COMPANY.
A Horso ! a Horse ! IVly Kingdom for a Horse. King Jiichard.
The Fast Trotting Stallion
A- - .iA.
Having purchased this celebrated Stallion from 3IR. JAMES CAMPBELL, I
hereby notify tho public that lie will stand the present season at my headquarter,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen Sticets (Captain Clancy's). Terms for the sea
son, $30; to insure, $100.
Venture Isiiiicli chestnut color, 1G hands high, and weighs about jjlOOlb.
In fitructiue lie is the picture of great muscular power, ami Fn appearance, tem
perament and disposition, lie is faultless. Full of lire and getitlciics, he is with
out speck or blemish. As a stock horse ho is having extiaordinary success; his
numerous progeny, botli In California and in this country, attest this fact, several
of them being able to trot low down, mid one of his daughters (Venus) can tiot
in 2.25. Venus is also the dam of Transit, which is said to be the most promising
two-year-old in California. He trotted a mile last season, as u yearling, in 2.45.
Venture, chestnut horso, foaled in
Oakland, California; by lSelmont, he by
lHtd:iiii,.Miss Mn-tyii,liy Ainoilcan l'.oy, Jr.
2ml dam, by Kuiiiiui'h (Ji.ij Meiloc.
Hid dull!, impm ted Liiily .fo-tn,by Tonleis.
Itli iliuii, ln ullil, b WIiih1.it.
Mil tliiiii, Helen, by IIiiiiiliHuoiii.in.
Gtb iliuii, Hisiiii, by Ovutlon
"tli ilnni, Hiowny, by Dinnc.
stli tliiiii, by Old KukIuihI.
iith diuii, b CulU'ii Aiablnn.
lotli dam, ilNs L'ltilu, by Ciiile
lltlidiun,.MU' MukvleiH.xuiiur Liti'j hound.
lii'liiKint, by AinuiU-iiii liny.
1st diuii, Iiupoi ted l'lunclln, by Coinus.
Ill offering tho mh vices of this horno to the public I make one claim for him,
which is that he in the highest bred dotting stallion in the world, living or dead,
and in suppoit of this claim I mn willing to submit it to any authority that can hi
obtained, and if In- li not, then I will foifeit all my claims to horse knowledge. It
will bo soon that his pedigiee lopuenti a union of the purest blood of tho English
and American thnroiiglibiod racer, one of his grand dams, as iiKo out; of hi gieat
"land dams being imported fioin England to the United States. When Vcutiiru
win on tho turf, about eight years ago,' he was at that time tho sensational horso of
thu Pacilli! Coai-t, and tho sporting papers in the East, that were always so much
opposed to i nulling blood in the trotter, commenced picking away at his pedigree,
trying to find a colli eni's in it, at tho s.uno timo declaring that it was simply im-poi-iblo
for :t strictly thoroughbred hor-o to trot as fast as lie was then tiottlug;
but at last they had "to give it up, and admitted thu fact that he was a sti Icily
thoroughbred horse, but declared him a phenomenon, and u-ro unable to account
for his great speed at the trotting gait. JJut the fame of his she, old Ueliuoiit, Is
almost world-wide, and It Is a well-known fact his blood nicked better with thu
trotting families than that of any other thoroughbred lior.se ever known, as, In
addition to Venture, two other tlioioiighbred sons of his, Capt. Webster and Owen
Dale, wciu said to have possessed great speed at the trot. Jlesidcs these, he sired
the dams of Hello Echo, 2:20; Flora Sliepheul, 2:!J0; Monarch. 2:28; Xelly
J'atclii'n. StSTI'f; nintic, 2:30; which is a showing that a great many of the best
tiottin" bred liorcs cannot equal. Mr. Patrick Ftirrcll, who Is ono of the most
experienced drivers on the Pacltlc Coast, told mu tho last time that I sawhlm, that
Venture was tho fastest Hotter that ho over pulled a lino over, and that if his
temper hart not been xourcd in his youth by bad handling, ho believed that ho
would have equaled, If not surpassed, all tho rocouls ever made, and that he could
shown two-mlnuto gait with liuu to a wagon, but in company ho would become
wild on account of his hot blood, and was often beaten by horses that could hardly
run as fast as ho could tint, ills lecoiu oi -j:-'i,'5 which was no measure oi nis
speed, was mado at tlio Oakland track in 1877. In a race which hu won, beating
Alexander, Gus, Ucucral Jteno and Hilly Ilayward, this being his l.ibt public
It is thought by conio people that an aged horro Is not as good a producer as a
youii" one, but no gi eater mUtiiKo.i'otild pos-ibly bo made, indeed, the opposlto
is claTmed by many largo hicodoin, and liitaiicis are so numerous of horcs siring
their best foals at an advanced ago that thu abovu theory ha long ago been ex
ploded. Imported Dloiiii-d was tweiity-soveu yeais old when ho shed Sir Archy,
hU best son; Uonnio Scotland, who died only a few years ago, shed Luke Hlack
burii and (icoigo Kinney, by far tho bed of ills get, after ho was twenty-live; lm
iioi ted Leamington shed Iroquoln, his best son, tho last year that hu lived, at
twenty-live. Among lioltors may ho mentioned Volunteer, tho shu of St. Jullen,
who Is thlrty-oiiu years old this spilng, and is said to be as lively nnd vlgoious as
lio over was, and Ills voung foals as piouiMng as any that ho ever got. Old Ha
miltoulau died in March, 1870, aged twcniy-suvcii years, but sired two foals tho
last days of his life, and ono of tlimii, called Huiutlloiihin's last, iniidu a trotting
lt'coid of 2:251 the past season, and the other ono Is said to bo equally as fast.
With thoso facts before us, it is plain that the ago of a horso has nothing to do
with his success as a she. 1 think myself that thero Is a great deal In tiie condi
tion that a horso Is kept, for an animal that Is well-fed and cared for, with plenty
of exercise, will beget better foals than ono that l.s turned loose and never stabled
Ventuio' Is twenty-two years old this spring, and with the care that I Intend
to give him, I expect him to she better foals than ho ever has before. Hu Is a
lcinarkably sure breeder. Mr. Campbell assures mu that he has neer bred a
iniuu to him yet that did not produce a foal, anil his many beautiful colts, now on
Mr. U.'s ranch, are worth a long journey to see; and now as ho Is to bo kept so
convenient to tho general public, no ono owning a good maio should he so blind to
their own luteioat as to neglect the opportunity of obtaining his blood while they
have the chance.
For any additional partlculais apply at Punchbowl and Queen streets.
C.j 33. TSXXXJEim, Proprietor.
Honolulu, Ajull 10, 1885. W2 lm
1SC3, bred by Henry Williamson, Esq.,
American boy, lie by Seagull, lie by Im-
raw li, iiy Trmiipiunr.
I'nuiclla, liy IMnhlli, er.
l'mmit-e, by hiiup.
.hilln, by lllauk.
MC(tutui'sluin, by Partner.
Ilnniiy Lass, by liny lioltnn,
by Duilcj's Aiiiblun.
, by lljL-ily Turk.
lot li Uum
, uy iiuioiet limn.
, by I'Iiicu'h WliituTuik.
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