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SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1883.
OCEANICj 8. GO.
roit H.N ntvNt'in'o.
A.lrunoiln Leaves Honolulu, May 1
Mnrlpoa Leaves It nolnlu, May ID
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. BO.
KOll AIK KIANI) AS'll ini:v:
Sluir City n jilui-j piil IS
1 nil RX 1'!! M.'IWO.
Stmr Zealandlu Mny 10
AIM 11 17
SehrLeahl from lvoltolalele
Sclir Mnna fiom Hllo
Stntr Klnnii ftom Windward Torts
Sclir Likelike f loin Kaliuliii
Sclir Walmnlu from llononiu
Sehr Hob Hoy from Koolmi
Stmr l.chua for Windward Ports
Stmr C It Bishop for Wnlanac, Walaluu
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Ltkcllku for Kahultil
Sclir Wnllcle for Mallko
Sclir Hob Hoy for Koolau
Sclir AValmalu for llouoinii
Schr Mana for llllo
Sclir Lcnlil for Koholalolo
Steam Bklno Morning Star, Bray
Ship linperator, lloix
Brig AUIc Howe, Holland
From Windward Ports, per S S Kinaii,
April IS His Majesty King Kalakaua,
Col Clans Sprockets, lion S G Wilder,
Col Adams, Gov Booth, Mr. Davis, Hon
II A Widcniann, His Ek Haul Neumann,
J Tnvuiiicr, Mr. Nakamur.i, C Afong, 31
X Saunders, .1 L Richardson, Moon Wa,
J J Lidgatc, A D Marshall, Kwong Yce
Sing, J OdorUirk, L Asou, J Kenton, G
H Castle, 1? C Lowrev, A W Hichaidson,
Akanallilli, Mrs Laliilahi ICaapa, S W
Kaai. Dr S E Craddock, Miss Alice Hun
ton, MIssEnnnii Kenton, Henry lloolulu
Beeklcy, MissIIalliePotwin, Miss Annie
Dowsctt, C IV Mnkec, wife, child and
maid, and 12S deck.
From Kalnilul and way ports, per
feteanicr Likelike, ApilllS GovDominis
and It servants, Pallia, S W Ksial, 31. II
Hentcr, Kawaiku, II Sheldon, O Unna
and servant, Rev Alex Mackintosh, U E
Williams, Mis Barnard, C Brown, Mrs
T Sorrcii'-on, W M. Oummlngs and wife,
J T) Strong, Lord Elpliinslone, Hon J
W Kalua, Mis Hawks and child, Miss C
Carter, Mr Wolff, G H French, G King,
A N Ivcpoikai, Mr .f Ashbury, G Assle,
C Akiona, Father 'P Lauter, A Barne,
L F E Ittmtuu W II Bailey and seivant,
V Morbutter, Mr Scholleld, H Caper, II
Wideinann, .T S Kclley and 9(5 deck.
Stmr Likelike brought 3092 bags of
btnir Kinau brought 5721 bags of
sugar, 21) bales of wool, 78 hides, !i
hotscs, 100 pkgssundiies.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
STiirxrs of New York to-night.
Bu good anil go to church to
morrow. Tky some of Horn's hot buns.
They are now ready.
To-moukow will be the second
Sunday after Easter.
A FuitNisiini) house witli four bed
rooms is advertised for.
l'uusuu Beckley of the Kiimu re
ports line weather.
Cor.. Claus Sprcckcls was a pas
senger by the Kinau this morning.
Do not fail to see "Streets of New
York" at Music Hall this evening.
A ur.w double effect will shortly
be put in the Ilonokaa Sugar Mill.
Ok course you aregoing to Ehlers
& Co.'s grand opening on Monday.
His Majesty the King returned by
the Kinau this morning from Maui.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Rand plays
at Emma Square this afternoon at
Tun P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
may be along at any hour now, from
An article on the Piilu trade will
be found on the first page and Latest
Foreign News on the fourth.
Loud Elphinstonu and Mr. James
Ashbury, M. l, returned from Maui
this morning, by the Likelike.
Tiikw: was some very good artil
lery practice yesterday under the
direction of Brigade Major Ilayley.
IIavi: your music bound in a good
substantial manner, at A. II. Rase
mann's Book-bindery, Uuzctlc Block.
Tun longest word in the English
Innguage is "smiles", because there
is a mile between tho first and last
Tin: usual Gospel Temperance
meeting will be held in the vestry of
the Bethol Union Church this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Tuobi: two lots, Nos. 131 and 132
Berctania street, advertised to be
offered at public auction this noon,
were disposed of alprivate sale.
Tin: Central Park skating rink
will bo open this evening as usual
and the roller coaster will be l mi
Vn hope the San Francisco Dra
matic Company will give us that
line play, " Hazel Kirkc," before
they leave us.
' "- ..c
Ox Monday morning at 10 o'clock
the slock of the bankrupt firm of
Kennedy & Co. will be open for
-o-. - -
"Wai.1i pockets, paper racks, letter
racks, hat and clothes racks, orna
mental and cheap, nt King Bros.'
Ail Store. 997 3t
Tin: Yoscmitc skating link will
be open this afternoon for ladies
only, and in the evening for the
. m .
Maiu: your entries on Monday
morning at 9 o'clock at the Astor
billiard rooms for the skating con
tests at Central Park rink Wednes
A FMEXDi.Y shooting match took
place yesterday at the Casino be
tween Messrs. Iliggins and Unger.
The former won by four points,
scoring 101 to his opponent's 157.
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A sai.uti: of twenty-one guns was
II red from the shore battery this
morning as tho steamer Kinau came
in the channel, and the Royal stand
ard was flying. His Majesty the
King was on board.
Ir 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.
Can the Guide inform an unen
lightened public how many candle
power was that lamp that held 2,003
quarts, which burstcd and carpeted
with flames the Astor restaurant the
Lovims of horseflesh will please
take notice that in addition to the
horses to be sold at Mr. Macfarlane's
paddock on Monday at noon the
well-known stallion General Hancock
will be offered at an upset price of
$ 1 ,000.
Tin: Rev. Geo. Wallace, of St.
Andrew's Cathedral, and family are
the guests to-day of the Rev. and
Mrs. E. C. Oggcl at their residence
on Nuuanu Avenue. " Behold, how
good and joyful a thing it is, breth
ren, to dwell together in unity."
. . .
On Monday morning at 12 o'clock
noon, Mr. Adams will offer at public
auction, at Mr. Macfarlane's pad
dock adjoining the roller coaster, a
number of fine horses, all young and
sound in every respect. Also, one
buckboard and one brake.
His Ex. Gov. Dominis left by the
Likelike last Monday for Maui. Be
fore the Island was reached he had
a severe attack of rheumatism and
was unable to leave the steamer
at all. "When the vessel arrived this
morning he was carried to a carriage
and at once driven home.
A cmxAMAX, Chiu Kam Wa, ali'.s
Kow Wa, died on board the steamer
Likelike this morning. He had been
sick for some time in Wailuku and
was coining down to his friends, who
have charge of his body and will
bury it. He was a "shik moon" in
the district of Ileuug Shan, China.
CJiTiiE Supreme Court was occu
pied in hearing divorce cases this
morning. The foreign jury is re
quired to attend on Monday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, when cases Nos.
18, 28, 36, 37 and -11 will be taken
up. The case of Wa Loong for
damages against Marshal Soper is
set down for Thursday and will no
doubt be very interesting.
Oni: very important piece of news
was brought by the Kinau. Tele
phonic oemmunication has been
completed between Hilo and Kawai
hac, a distance of one hundred miles,
and the line works well, the conver
sation being heard distinctly. This
will be a great boon to the Hilo
people, for should anything happen
after the steamer has left, why, they
can reach her at Kawaihae by tele
phone. It just brings Hilo twenty
four hours nearer Honolulu.
It is very amusing to watch the
two prisoners who go round with
the rubbish cart. On Merchant
btrcct this morning they should have
picked up nil the loose paper on tho
road and put it in the wagon, but
all they did was to pick up one or
two pieces nud shy them in the
vicinity of the wagon, not caring
whether they went in or not. Thoy
might just as well have not gone on
the sticct for all the good they did.
Lujnoi:. This hlioe, with a hole in It Is
Ami this my father; a vengeance on it.
There HU: now,
Sir, this staff Is my sister, for, look you,
hliu is us white us a lily
And as small us. a wand: this hut is now
I am the dog-, no, tho dog Is himself,
and 1 am the dog.
Oli! the dog lb ine, mid I am myself j ay,
The two Gentlemen of Verona,
Aik for the new styles of Stetson's
Soft or Stiff Hats.
Tur.itn is a large attendance of
parents and children at tho matinee
nt Music Hall this afternoon, and
judging from facial expressions we
should say that they are enjoying
very much the performance of Fan
chon the Cricket.
A HEW CLUB.
The Myrtle Boot Club Junior is
the name of a new juvenile organiza
tion. Fred Wnterhouse is Captain ;
Clive Davics, Secretary; S. Eddio
Damon, Treasurer, and the follow
ing aie members: Horace Hall,
John Carter, Percy Benson, C.
Soicnson, M. Widemunn and Kenny
Wodchousc. Tho club, wishing to
build a boat house at Waikiki and
prociuc suitable apparatus, propose
to give, next Monday evening at the
Lyceum, an entertainment consist
ing of magic lantern scenes, singing
and readings, concluding with Punch
and Judy in charge of the Water
house brothers. An admission fee
of 2fi cents will be charged, and
during a shoit intermission ice cream
and cake will be served at 15 cents.
We hope our young friends will
have a good house, and realize
enough to procure what they re
quire, so that they may possibly
have a hand in the next regatta.
A QUICK TRIP.
The Hon. S. G. Wilder will ac
company a patty of friends to the
Volcano next week. Leaving here
by the Kinau on Tuesday they will
visit the crater and return the fol
lowing Sunday morning, thus mak
ing the round trip in less than live
days. Mr. Wilder once made this
trip in the same time when Minister
of the Interior. Wo have no doubt
that should anyone be desirous of
accompanying the party they could
do so on application to Mr. Wilder.
The Volcano is in a very active con
dition at the present time.
It will be remembered that His
Majesty the King and a party of
gentlemen, including two or three
distinguished visitors, left by the
Kinau last Tuesday for a visit to
Maui. They all returned this morn
ing, after having had a splendid
time. At Sprcckelsville they were
entertained by Mr. Geo. C. Wil
liams, the manager, who took them
all over this large and thriving place.
Some of the party went up Halea
kala, while others visited the beau
tiful Iao valley. Friday evening
Mr. W. II. Cornwell gave an elegant
dinner to the royal party at his
residence, Waikapu. After dinner
the party were entertained at the
residence of Mrs. Everett. The
whole trip seems to have been
The Bishop will preach at St.
And: ew's Cathedral to-morrow morn
ing and Rev. Geo. Wallace in the
The following services will be held
at Bethel Union Church, corner of
King and Bethel street, to-morrow :
Sunday-school at 9:45 o'clock.
Services with preaching by the Rev.
E. C. Oggel at 11 o'clock. Subject:
"Nature Advocating the Resurrec
tion." In the evening at 8:30
o'clock, the first of a series of sermons
on the Lord's Prayer. All cordially
"Working Out Salvation" will be
Rev. Mr. Cruzan's Sunday morning
theme. In the evening, the second
of the Sunday evening lectures to
young men will be delivered by Mr.
Cruzan: theme, "The young man
who, with every advantage, proved
a brilliant failure." A general in
vitation. Young men arc especially
urged to attend.
. A RUNAWAY.
' Yesterday afternoon shortly after
four o'clock two Chinamen were
riding down Nuuanu Valley in a
wagon, which contained three black
pigs. When near the second bridge
the horse got unmanageable (a
lather unusual thing for a China
man's horse to do) and started off
at a great pace. AVhen opposite
Capt. Mist's residence the two men
were thrown out, the seat following
quickly behind them, at the same
time they gave two or three un
caithly yells. The horse continued
on, keeping well in the middle of
the road. On reaching School street
it turned the corner and in so doing
upset the wagon, pitching out poor
piggies. The horse was &0011 after
stopped without any damage being
done. One of the Chinamen was
slightly cut on the head and leg,
while the other escaped unhurt.
They both were terribly scared, and
looked us if they had their faces
FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR. UNNA.
Last Wednesday afternoon, at
liana, Maui, tho remains of tho late
Mr. August Unna were laid in their
final resting place. The funeral
services at tho liouso were conducted
in English by the Rev. Alex Mackin
tosh. At their conclusion a pro
cession was formed and the remains
taken to the native church, which
was crowded in every part by those
who have every reason to remember
the deceased for his many kind and
noble acts of charity. Tho pastor
made anaddress in natwo, after which
tho Rov. Mr. Mackintosh spoke in
tho same language to the children,
telling them what their deceased
friend wished them to do. Several
hymns were sung by the choir of the
church, after which the body was
taken to a mausoleum erected on tho
side of the hill overlooking all of the
deceased's estate. There Mr.
Mackintosh read the Episcopal com
mittal service and ull was over. The
ground of the mausoleum was liter
ally covered with ferns, roses and
other llowers, and many beautiful
floral offerings, were sent by loving
friends. The scene was very im
pressive and one not likely to be
soon forgotten. The coilln was
carried from the house on a hand
bier by a number of Portuguese.
The inhabitants of liana and district
have lost a good, kind and faithful
friend, one who was a father to them
all, and his death will be severely
"STREETS OF NEW YORK."
To-night the San Francisco Dra
matic Company will present the
above thrilling play at Music Hall.
The piece is divided into six acts, in
one of which will occur the great
fire scene. The cast will be : Bad
ger, Mr. Stetson ; Gideon Blood
good, Mr. Itutlcdgo; Capt. Fair
weather and Jonas Puffy, Mr. Willie
Simms, Mark Livingstone, Mr. Mor
rison; Paul Fairweatlier, Mr. Mal
colm; Sheriff, Mr. Talbot; Alida
Bloodgood, Miss Ingham ; Lucy
Fairwcather, Miss Young; Mrs.
Puffy, Miss Heath. We feel sure a
large audience will greet this com
pany, which is doing so much for
A RICHT STEP.
His' Ex. the President of tho
Board of Health is to be highly
commended for the alteration he
has ordered to be made at the
branch leper hospital, Kakaako.
Heretofore, friends of the inmates
have been able to converse, touch,
and evn exchange pipes with them
through the picket fence. But now
they will be denied the privilege, as
the picket fence is being torn down
and a tongue and groove board one
erected in its place, so that no
communication whatever can bo
held. This is certainly as it ought
to be. Mr. George Lucas is making
the necessary alterations. His Ex.
is a Ycry frequent visitor at the
settlement and takes much interest
in the welfare of the poor un
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
shaic will be paid to tho Stock
holders of E. O. Hall & Son (Limited),
nt their ofllce on Mondav, April l!0tli.
91)8 It L. C. ABLLS, Secretary.
A GOOD CHANCE !
MK. T. K. LUCAS will build on bis
Hcretania Street Lota 3 or -1, very
IIA.iV DSOSIJ3 COTTAGES
which he can sell at
Parties desiring a beautiful home in tho
suburbs of Honolulu will nrvei get 11
belter opportunity of purchasing one.
Plans can be iccn at Honolulu Plauing
Mills. 008 lw
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Monday, April 20,
Under the Management of
Mrs. E. G-. SMALL.
ANY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots in Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
are respectfully reque.ted to call at the
Ofllce of the undesigned, between the
hour of fi and 12 A. H., from Kilday,
17th April, to Friday, 1st May, 1885, at
A. J. OARTWRIGIIT,
President Oahu Cemetery Ahs'ii.
Honolulu, 17th April, 188C. D97 111
JOHN I0TT, 1. 8
fc-""-" - LiJ.TS-,;uV'''.Mfl ' T 1
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
E-House 8eepir!g Goods,
PLUMBING, TUB", COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
iTBO raaroware uo
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hai'dwaro, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
JuU received Eddy'.s Refrlgeraloia and Ice Chests, now styles of Chandeliers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
jg-AIKBACS' .UNO I IO WAD'S SdVLJES. -Sa
All of which aie ollercd upon favorable tonus.
PACIPIO HARDWARE COMPANV.
am.f Vtf-pf kTt . ty'
jr-rVg&J-?i. f:0 V "JTii!i'
A Horso ! a Horse ! My Kingdom for a Horse. King Richard.
The Fast Trotting Stallion
W-Wia'; jr in x
Having purchased tils', celebrated Stallion from MR. JAMES CAMPBELL, I
hereby notify the public that lie will tand the present season at mv headquarters,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen Sti eel1 (Captain Cluney''). Tefmx for the sea
Miii. $"(): to liiMire, $100.
Venture is a iieh chestnut color, Ki hands high, and weighs about 1,100 lbs.
In btriictiue be is the pietuie of great inuciilar power, and in appearance, tem
perament and dNpo-ition, he i faultless. Full of lire and gentleness, he is with
out speck or blemivli. As a toelc hor-e he is having extraoidiuary success; his
numerous progeny, both in California and in this country, attest this fact, seveial
of them being able to tiot low down, and one of bis daughters (Venus) can trot
In 2.23. Venus is alo the dam of Transit, which is Miid to be the most promising
two-year-old in California, lie tiotted a mile last season, as a yearling, in 2.45.
Venture, chestnut horo, foaled in
Oakland, California; by Belmont, he Im
1st (lain, .Miss Slostjn, liy Ainciiciiii Itoy.Ji.
2nd (lam, by KcmiciNdiiiy .Mfilou.
:iul Uimi, Impoi tu Laity Mottyiipliy Toniuis.
Uh (lain, lmiillil, liy W'hWUi'r.
Mil (lull), Helen, hy llainlilctonimi.
Mil ilinn, Mi'inn, 1y (Helton,
7th (Ituii, Dions), hy Dione.
Mil ilinn, by Old UiiKliiml.
Utli (lain, bvUulleu Anibliin.
lotli dam, -Miss Cade, by Untie.
11th duin, MUs MuKt'luas, ton of (iii')lioumt,
lliilmoiit, by Aiiieiieuii llo.
Int (lain, lniioiteil l'l unellii, by Counts.
In offt'iing the services of this horse to the public I make one claim for him,
which U that lie is the highest bietl trotting stallion in the world, living or dead,
and In suppoit of this claim I am willing to Mibinit It to any authority that can bu
obtained, ami if he i- not, then I will fotfeit all my claims to hor.e knowledge. It
will bo pci'ii tliitt bis pedigioo represents a union of the purest blood of the English
and American thoroughbred racer, one of his grand dams, as nKo one of bis gieat
('land dams, being Imported from England to the United Stale''. When Venture
was on the turf, about eight yeai .-. ago, he was at Hiat time the sensational horse of
the Pacilli' Coast, and the squirting papers in the East, that were always so much
opposed to running blood in the trotter, commenced picking away at bis pedigiee,
trying to ibid a cold eio.s In it, at the same lime tleelaiing that it was pimply lin
posi")le for a -trietly thorouglibieil lior-e to trot a-, fast as he was then trotting;
but at last they had to give it up, and admitted the fact that he was a Mildly
thoroughbred hor.-c, but declared him u phenomenon, and were unable to account
for his great s-peed at the trotting gait. Hut the fame of his she, old Belmont, is
almost world-wide, and It is a well. Known fact his blood nicked better with the
Hotting families than that of any other thoroughbred horse ever known, as, In
addition to Venture, two other thoroughbred sons of hi, Capt. Webster and Owen
Dale, were slid to have possessed gieat speed at the trot. Resides these, be sired
the dams or Jtellu Echo, 2:20; Flora Shepherd, 2:1)0; Monarch, 2:2S; Nelly
P.itchon. 2:27; Rustic, 2:'.I0; which is n fallowing that a great ninny of the best
trotting bred hoi.-es cannot equal. Mr. Patrick Kairell, w do Is onu of thu most
cxpciieucod driver.-, on the Paclllo Coast, toltl niu the last time Unit I Nitwhim, that
Ventiue was the fastest Hotter that he ever pulled n lino over, and that if ids
temper had not been soured In ids youth by bad handling, he believed that hu
would have equaled, if not mil passed, all thu lecoids ever made, and that ho could
shown two-inlnute gait witli bun to a wagon, but In company he would become
wild on account of hU hot blood, and was often beaten by horses that could hardly
j tin us fast as ho could tiot. Ills jecoiil
speed, wasinado at thu Oakland track in
Alexander, Cus, Oeneral Jteno aim Jdiiy
n is iiimiiriii. bv some neoiile that an
young one, but no'groater mistake could possibly bu made. Indeed, tho opposite
Is claimed bv many lingo bieederc ami instance-, am no numerous of horses slilng
their best foals at an advanced ago that thu abovo theory has long ago been ex
ploded. Imported Diomed was twcnty-sewni years old when he shed Sir Archv,
Ills best Mm; lioniile .Scotland, who died only a few years ago, shed I.uku lllaek
huiu and (ieoigo Kinney, by far the bct of his get, after he was twenty-five; Im
ported I.eaniliiglon Mied lioquols, his best son, the last year that lie lived, at
leuty-llo. Among Hotter-, may be mentioned Volunteer, thu situ of St. Jiillen,
who Is thliiy-ono years old this spilng, and Is Miid to bu as lively and vigorous as
hu ever was, and lils voting foal as promising as any that hu ever got. Old lla
inlltonlau died la Maich, 1S7U, aged twenty-seven years, hut sired two foals tin
last days of his life, and onu of litem, called llainiltonlan's last, litadu a Hotting
lecoul of 2:254 tho p.iH season, ami the other one Is paid to be equally as fast.
Willi theso facts befoiu us, it Is plain that the ago of a horso has nothing to do
with his success as a sire. 1 think myself that there Is a groat deal in thu condi
tion that a lioivo Is kept, for an animal that is well-fed and cared for, with plenty
of exeicl-e, will beget better foals than one that Is turned loose, and never stabled
Venti'im' is twenty-two year old this spring, and with thu eare Unit I intend
to glvo him, I expect him to site belter foali than bo over lias before, lie ha
lemaikably fciiro bleeder. Mr. Campbell assures me, that hu has never bled a
mam to 1 ill ii yet that did not produce a foal, and his many beautiful colts, now on
Mr. O.'s ranch, am worth a long journey to see; and now as ho Is to be kept so
convenient to the general public, no one owning a good mam should bu no blind to
their own inteiet as to neglect thu oppoituuity of obtaining his blood while they
have tint chance.
For any additional paillciilnra apply at Punchbowl and Queen streets.
O. :0. BJU'JLIi:!, Proprietor.
Honolulu. April 10, 188.1, M2 lm
- - JTHMTZET
1SKI, bred by Henry Williamson, Esq.,
American boy, he by Seagull, be by Iin-
'.'nil ilinn, by I'aitliau.
.'inl (lain, I'avMi, by Tiiiinpiitor.
4 tit diuii, l'l iiiicllii, by IllKlulyer.
Stli (lain, I'loml-e, by Minn,
Cth (bun, .Julia, by lllank.
"Hi (lain, hiecttitoi'H diini, by I'lirtiivr.
bill (linn, Bonny I.n-s, by liny liolton.
nth dam, by Dmley'x Aiabiiui.
loth (lain, by llyei lv Tin k.
Iltli diuii, by Tuffolct llnili.
Utli dam, by l'lacu's White Tut k.
llltli (lain, Natural lluili Mate.
ol 2:-V. wiilcli win
as no measure of his
1877, In a lace which ho won, beating
Jiaywarti, mis being
lg his last public
aged lioiru'. Is not as good a producer as a
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