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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1885.
OCEAHIC S. 3. CO.
Will BVJT 1'ltAM'lHCO.
Alameda heists Honolulu, Juno 1
MnrlpoBu. . . .Lanes Honolulu, June 13
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
KOlt BN FltANCIECO.
Blmr City of Sydney
FOU AUCKLAND ASI) SYDNKY:
Stmr Zcnlnndln .Tunc 13
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Schr 51111c Morris from Molokal
Schr Emma from ICooluu
'ii ii i
, , DEPARTURES.
Schr Wnloll for Mnllko
Schr Wallele for Mnllko
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
"Ilk Forest Queen for S F
Stmr W 0 Hall for Wlmlwmd l'oits
Stmr Kllauca Hon for Whtdwaid Poits
Stmr Jas Makcc for Knpaa
Stmr Mokollt for Molokal & Maul
Schr Malolo for llilo
SchrMlllc Moiils for Molokal
Schr Emma for Olowalu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk T K Foster, Huge
Ilk Forest Queen, Xellou
Bk Mendota, Nash
Tern Boulali, AVilsoti
Bktne Eureka, Leu
BgtncWG Irwin, Tinner
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
Fiom Kauai via Waialua and Wal
nnae, per C II Bishop, May 20 31 A
Macllo. .Tr, and !!0 deck.
Stair C K Bishop brought 750 bags of
sugar. She sails on Saturday at 8 A. si.
Schr Millo Mori Is brought 21 hides
and 200 sheep skins.
Stmr Mokolli brought 10 head of cat
tle, CO sheep and 7 pig. ,
The Malolo Mccclvcd her new main
mast this morning. She will sail to
moirow for Papaikou with 50 tons of
manure. She v 111 go to llilo to dis
tribute the cargo of the Hazard to vari
ous plantations. The Hazard is one
week out to-day from San Francisco for
llilo with a general caigo.
Schr Eninia brought 1500 bags of
sugar from Olowalu.
TheAVG Irwin made quick woik In
discharging her inwaid caigo. She put
out 00 tons of sand hi :( hour. She
took in 2200 bags of sugar to-day.
The Mendota will finish loading this
afternoon. The Captain hopes to sail
on Saturday but owing to the scarcity
of ship-caipenters. It is doubtful if the
necessary lepahs to the vessel will be
completed in time.
LOCAL & GENERAL" HEWS.
' An Australian parrot is advertised
Second Montague-Turner Concert
Tuun to the fourth
laugh and grow fat.
The Central Park skating rink will
be open this evening as usual.
The work on the new Police Station
building is progicssing rapidly.
. . .
Tiikue was a large amount of civil
business before Justice Bickerton
The Honolulu baseball club will
turn out for practice this afternoon
at the Makiki grounds.
. . . i
The well known racer General
Hancock will be sold on Monday
next by Lyons & Levey.
The attention of the members of
the Honolulu Rilles is called to a
notice in another column.
The opium seizure this morning
created quite a stir in town. Tho
news spread like lightning.
A coat has been found and will
bo returned to the owner on proving
property. Call at this office.
Do not forget the Kawaiahao
Seminary Fair which takes place on
Saturday afternoon at the school.
To-mokrow evening at the Yose
mito skating rink there will be a
double race, lady and gentleman, for
When tbcro arc any funds availa
ble, it is to bo hoped a decent kind of
a hearse will bo provided for tho
Queen's Hospital to bury its dead.
For onco in the history of tho
voyages of the brig W. G. Irwin
between these islands she did not
bring any passengers the last trip.
In tho Supremo Couit to-morrow
beforo Justice Austin, three cases
will be heard against Richard Geike,
brought by Chinamen for unlawfully
In another column will bo found
the card of Mr. L. A. Thurstou,
Attorney-at-Law, successor to Mes
srs. Smith nnd Thurston. His ofllce
is at No." 38 Merchant street.
Messrs. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash salo to-monow
morning at 10 o'clock. Dry goods,
clothing, frcsirgroceries, barrels of
salmon, sugar, and a lot of house
hold furniture will be offered.
s wfflHKajWMjjwnifnffl fiiriBb larBn
Mn. D. P, Smith, proprietor of
tho Central Park sknting rink, In
tends to cnlargo Ills building, so
offers the toller coaster for sale. He
will rocoive birlf? for tho latter up to
A i'ktitiox is going the l minds of
this city for signnturc, asking the
Pi ivy Council to pardon Bridges
who shot Patten. There Is a strong
opinion abroad, however, that the
very lenient sentence should remain
Tnr. attention of tho Kotid Super
visor is called to the bad stntc of tho
road on Punchbowl street, from tho
top of Emma street to tho entrance
of the Queen's Hospital. If it is
allowed to remain without repairs
much longer it will be impassable.
Mn. S. D. Fuller, the new general
secretary for tho Y. M. C. A., is
expected on the Alameda to-tnorrow.
The rcgulnr meeting, which was to
have taken place this evening, has
been postponed until to-morrow in
expectation of Mr. Fuller's arrival.
Tin: old building on Merchant
street, so long occupied by Frank
Brown & Co., was taken down this
morning. A now building now in
the rear will be removed to the front,
and where it stood alterations and
improvements will be made.
Tiik O. S. S. Alameda is due to
morrow morning from San Francisco
with dates to the 15th inst., which is
five days later than the Australia
brought. It would not be a matter
of surprise if the S. S. Queen of the
Pacific came in place of the Alameda.
Nr.XT Monday, May 20th, at 11
a. si., at the Government keroteno
oil warehouse, Lyons & Levey will
sell 189 cases of Downer's kerosene
oil, ten gallons each, and at 11.30
a. si., at their sales rooms, 50 cases
prime lard oil, and Gl kegs of dif
ferent sizes of cut nails.
Mit. John II. Paty brought to our
office yesterday a magnificent speci
men of the La Franco or Letty Coles
damask blush rose, raised at his
residence, Nuuanu Valley. It was
fully four inches in diameter. Mr.
Paty obtained the root of Dingee,
Conard Co., Chester, Pennsylvania.
A new lot of walnut and ebony
polo cornices all complete and very
cheap at King Bros.' Art Store.
Preserve your magazines, music
and old books by having them neatly
bound by A. II. Eascmann, Gazette
Building. 1021 lw
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu sticet. 980. tf.
To Race IIorseMen. The Union
Feed Co. have a few of those cele
brated Liverpool salt sacks, for rub
bers, for sale, 50 cents each. 22 Ot
A new feature. On and after
this date we will keep on hand cut
hay, put up in grain sacks, for the
convneience of our customers.
1023 Gt Union Feed Co.
TnE Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
Just arrived per Mariposa, for the
Union Feed Co., 1,200 bags fine and
coarse bran, 500 bags barley, 200
bags rolled barley, 125 bags boiled
linseed meal (new process), 50 bags
oil cako meal, 50 bags middlings.
This evening the second of tho
series of concerts will be given in
the Music Hall, with the following
1 Quintette L'Apparltlon.Franconlcr
2 Song Her Name Blumculhal
3 Part Song Good Night, Good Night
1 Grand Aria Ah Foresee e lul (Tra-
Miss Aniiis Montague.
5 Violin Solo Eleglo . Einst
Mr. J. W. Yarndley.
0 Song The Romany Lass...S.Adoms
Mr. Charles Turner.
7 Romance ICnowest Thou that dear
Land, (Mlgnou) Thomas
Miss Annis Montague.
r Piano Duct Valso Scherwenka
Miss Castle and G. L. Babcock.
Intermission of ten minutes
Concluding with the famous Tower
Scene (Tho Miserere) from
Leonora, Miss Annls Montaguo; Mau-
rlco. Mr. Chas. Turner; MIseiere
Choius by Gentlemen of
Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictuics, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, etc.,
etc., have moved to their new and
commodious stoio, Hotel street,
corner Union, whero wo will bo
pleased to meet our old patrons and
the public. Cornices and Picture
Frames a specialty. All wo ask is n
trial. 1021 2w
DIQ OPIUM SEIZURE.
By tho brig W. G. Irwin nnlved
n consignment of 150 packages ad
dressed C. W. K., Honolulu, Nos.
1, 2 and 8, casks, barrels and
boxes, which the agent of Wing Wu
Tal Company cleared at tho Custom
House, yesterday afternoon. Tho
said goods were taken to Wilder &
Co.'s warehouse. Cnpt. W. F.
O'Connor was on the wharf when
the goods were landed, looking out
for a consignment to another ad
dress. At once his
SUPICION WAS AROUSED,
but not until a laic hour last night
did he find out the name of the party
who claimed llio goods. The first
thing this morning he was nble to
givo full particulars toMarshalSopcr,
who at once had search warrants
made out, and a strong force of
police guarding the store of Wing
Wo Tal Company, while Captain
WATCHED THE WAREHOUSE
where the goods were stored. The
agent of Wing Wo Tai Co. arrived
at the warehouse this morning about
nine o'clock, nnd at once intcrro
catcd Cant. O'Connor, asking what
ho wanted there, and invited him to
go up to see Chow Wing Kee, who
would arrange matters with him.
The Captain called another man close
by and gave him instructions to re
main there until he returned. In the
meantime he went with Wing "Wo
Tai's agent in a carriage, and drove
TO THE POLICE STATION,
where the services of a Chinese
policeman were at once procured.
Their next visit was to tho Marshal.
The latter jumped into tho carriage,
and all went together to the ware
house. There they found tho agent,
who told the Marshal tho same as he
told Capt. O'Connor, that half
BELONGED TO IIISI
and the remaining half to Chow
Wing Kee. With Mr. Wildcr's per
mission they entered the warehouse
in company with the agent, and
opened four casks marked "Butter
No. 8," and found in each cask 92
tins of Hop Long opium, which is
acknowledged to be the best quality.
On opening the barrels there was
found a three inch layer of Cali
fornia dried clay, which on being
turned out showed a round tin case
that just fitted the barrel, and was
TINS OF OPIUM.
The Marshal took charge of all the
remaining packages, nearly one hun
dred, and had them carted to the
Police Station. Cnpt. O'Connor's
information was that there were
fourteen hundred tins, but he be
lieves that two hundred tins were
removed some time yesterday. The
agent of Wing AVo Tai Co.
IS UNDER ARREST,
and a warrant is out for the arrest
of Chow Wing Kee. As soon as
the remaining packages are opened,
it is expected that the whole 1,200
tins will be found. Capt. O'Connor
has by this stioke of business added
to the lcputation be has made as a
detective during his few months of
service here. Marshal Soper is de
serving of all praise for the prompt
ness with which he acted this morn
ing. A few moments' hesitation or
detention might have spoiled the
whole business, but the Marshal and
his men were up to the occasion.
Leu Cliong, the agent of Wing
Wo Tai Co. who was arrested, has
since been liberated on furnishing a
bail bond of 1,000.
Before Police Justice Bickerton.
Ah Man nnd Ah Puu were charged
with disorderly conduct on Mauna
kca street last evening. They were
found guilty and sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for forty
eight hours. Tho caso of Yco Ying
Yuen and Lock Chun, charged with
having opium in possession, was dis
continued by prosecution. Lara
Luck Kee, for the samo offence, was
found not guilty and discharged.
Harry Hali was charged with forgery,
on the 29th of April last, by signing
the name of Geo. Markham to an
order for liquor at James Dodd's.
He was remanded until the 23rd.
Ang Gow was fined 89 and 81 costs
for assault and battery on Ah Can.
John Baraunu was charged with as
sault and battery on two Chinamen
and remanded until the 22nd nt his
Wednesday, May 20th.
Before Chief Justice Judd.
At Chambers, in equity, M. S,
Grinbaum & Co. vs. Hcoia Sugar
Plantation. A. S. Ilartwell for
the plaintiffs and receivers; Paul
Neumann for defendant; F. M.
Hatch for John Fowler & Co., G.
W. Macfailani & Co. ; in parson.
The Couit heard evidence on motion
of John Fowler & Co, for an order
allowing them to enter on said plnn-
tatlon and rmovo a railway
nnnurtcnancci. The furthor
ing is being held whllo
Tho S. F. llcrald of Trade of
May 9th, says "tho present base of
Manila sugar is $5.03. In Manila
12 Pis. is the price for 91 degrees
polarization. The last Manila base
was S4.93, so this Is n rise of ten
cents, or thirteen cents above the
lowest quotation of the season. This
should help the Hawaiian Commer
cial Company, especially as the
supciintendcnt's letter of ycsteulay
reported five inches of rain, nnd all
he needed was a little warmer
weather (which in tho natural order
of things must come) to start tho
young cane for next year's crop. We
understand that jobbers arc not
selling any sugars below the publish
ed rate of the American Refinery.
Jobbers tell us that if the California
Refinery would refuse hereafter to
sell to anyone but recognized whole
sale dealers, they would, without
regard to prices which refiners make,
put up prices to something near the
parity of Now l ork.
ENC0URACE HOME INDUSTRY.
Mr. J. W. Hingley, former pro
prietor of the Pioneer Cigar Factory,
No. 59 Fort street, and more re
cently at No. 81, King street, is now
established at the Central Park Skat
ing Rink, where he keeps a fine as
sortment of choice cigars and to
bacco, and furnishes a delicious
article of soda water. Mr. Hingley,
also, has re-commenced the manu
facture of his famous brands of
cigars, at his residenco on Berctania
street, second door from Alapai
street, adjoining the premises of
Mr. Thomas E. Wall. Orders left
at the Crystal Soda Works, No. G9,
Hotel street, or sent by Mutual
Telephone, No. 319, Central Park
Skating Rink, will receive prompt
attention. 1019 lm
AN INCIDENT OF THE CIVIL WAR.
The coming Anglo-Russian war is,
of course, tho all-absorbing topic qf
conversation. Sympathy is almost
universally expressed for the Eng-
lish. How can it be otherwise?
England, or a large part of it, was
antagonistic to us in our lato war,
but I wonder how many of us bear
in mind the load of gratitude wo are
under to Queen Victoria? How
many of us know that to her kindly,
womanly nature we probably owe
our integrity as a nation? Yet such
is the fact. When the Trent affair
occurred Thurlow Weed was in Lon
don, having been sent there with
others by this Government to induce
the Queen to recognize our blockade
of the Southern ports, and he tells
the following anecdote : All England
was roused to indignation by the in
sult to her Hag, and loud was the
cry for war. For the first time since
181i) tho navy yards were working
double-handed night and day. On
this side of the water public senti
ment was in the same condition.
The country-was in. arms anyway,
the war spirit was rife, and the cry
was that wo would not give up
Mason and Slidell, the Rebel Com
missioners. Mr. Seward was cruelly
embarrassed. Justice demanded the
return of the prisoners. Tho
American people demanded their re
tention. Luckily there was no ca
ble, and, as it was in winter, only
two steamers a month. So the press
of the two countries did less mischief
than is usual under such circum
stances. When Lord Palmcrston
took tho draft from the despatch to
bo sent to Mr. Seward demanding
the release of the Commissioners to
Windsor, Queen Victoria found fault
with its wording, which was harsh,
arrogant, and war-provoking. She
took it into the room of tho Prince
Consort, then in his last illness, nnd
asked his advioe. He took a pen
and, though every exertion caused
him tho most exquisite pain, struck
out passage after passage of the
message, substituting for them sen
fa opp of l.L own. In this amended
form "in longer bitterly aggressive,
but courteous nnd forbearing in tone,
the document was forwarded to
Lord Lyons for Mr. Seward. So
great was the anxiety of our Secre
tary of State as to the contents of
the message that he asked to be
allowed to read it over beforo it had
been communicated to him officially
in order to avoid receiving it if
possible if it were aggressive and
stave off war pendingjnegotiations.
This was done, and Mr. Seward
having rend it, at once proclaimed
that the United State would cheer
fully liberate the four persons taken
from tho Trent, but as ho after
wards snitl, the entire question of
war or peace
" lilnrrnfl " nil tlin
wording of the
country demanded war. A dicta
torial message would have brought
it on, and with tho South on our
hands what would have been our
fato had we gono to war with Eng
land? All honor to tho noble
woman who stood by us in tho hour
of our sorest need and by her timely
sympathyjand friendliness saved us
from possible disruption. New
York Gorr. Chicayo Tribune,
-aifat. Allittgfi-rli liiyiiiriitii-4 r
THE LEPERS OF INDIA.
Rav. C. W. Do Sohz.1, of tho
South India conference, and station
ed at Roorki, has sent to Mission
Secretary Rcid n photograph of a
company of lepers. Those unfor
tunate outcasts of society, excluded
from friends nnd kindred, and for
bidden to ask alms within the popu
lous city of Koorki, arc congregated
in a collection of mud huts built by
themselves in a distant suburb, and
arc dependent solely upon those who
may seek them out in their wretched
exile. Many of them arc absolutely
helpless ; all aic miserably stricken
with the fell disease, whilo somo aie
literally dissolving awa' in a living
death. Tho missionary society of
tho Methodist church inRooiki minis
ters relief to this wretched company,
both temporally and spritually ) and
it is most cheering to note the eager
ness with which these ministrations
arc received. Since 1851 an asylum
for lepers has been under the cate
of the London mission in Almora,
Kumaon. For some reason in this
hill province the number of lepers
seems proportionately greater than
on the plains, probably owing to the
fact that these people aro less cleanly
than those of the plains. In a recent
report it was stated that this asylum
furnishes accommodations for 120
lepers. For many years religious
.services have been regularly con
ducted, and upward of 180 of the
iuinates have received baptism. The
asylum is supported from tho pro
ceeds of a small endowment, largely
supplemented by benevolent contri
butions. The only lclicf to the
sombre picture presented to a visitor
to this place is tho fact, so evident,
that the poor cieaturcs inside its
walls arc as comfortable as they can
be made, while those without know
nothing of the cleansing of either
body or soul.
THOUGHT HE WAS.
One of the professors at the Uni
versity of Texas is one of the most
absent-niindcd men in the State.
Not long since a gentleman, who was
only slightly acquainted with him,
asked him :
"Professor, aro you married?"
The Professor was absorbed in
thought for a few moments and then
"les, I thing so, if I am not mis
taken." 1'cxas Sij'tings.
A GIRL, to take care of
ply at 208 Fort St.
i b.iby. Ap.
A BOY to carry newspaper on horse
back for the Honolulu News
Agency, enquire at
2 and 4 p.m.
this oflico between
A Portugese man and his son, 13
xl years of age. want a situation.
s of age. want a situation. Ap
M. A. GONSALYKS & CO..
57 Hotel St.
FOR 3IAN and wife, with accommo
dation to cook for themselves, or
board with the family. Aiinlv ot 187
FROM the premises on Richard Street,
a Canary bird, with light yellow
feathers and two or three black featli
era on the head. Anyone returning the
same to mo will be duly rewarded.
20 3t 31 KB. ItAAIililiBA.
THE place to buy J. W. Hingley's
Celebrated Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works will bo a depot for these
line Cigars, wholesale and retail.
EXPRESS, Truck, Carriage and Sad
dle IIor.scH. Double and single
harness buggys and carriages, also one
skeleton wanon. Apply to
E. H. MILES, Haw'n Hotel SUblcs.
rpiIE STOIIH lately occupied by
JL Samuel Jsotl, in Campbell s iiiock,
on Port Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. P. DiM.iNniiAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 18S5. 085 tf
rpHE HOUSE nnd premises situated
jL in Nuuanu Valley, opposite tho
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
recently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
38 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 31, 18J5. 083 tf
WHICH (10KS INTO
Most of the Houses
A FINE lot of Hlco Straw miltnbln
bedding for horses Is offered fcr
o In quantities to suit buyer, nt n
reasonable price. Enquire of
WONO LKOXU A CO.,
1007 Hm No. 10 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
npiIAT very dcslrnblu mid convenient
X Fuully Residence on Heretanln
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out.'uouse?,
stables, gardens and pasture Also, the
premises occupied at present a a Law
Ofllce by John Russell, lisq., rentrollv
located near the corner of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For particulars, np.
plv cither by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
DP XJ 3MC I ;
-FOR SALE AY-
H. Hackfeld & Co. iw
Madeira Lace !
We beg to announce to our Lady cus
tomers, that we have received by tho
Per Wells, Pargo & Co'a Exircss, the
Madeira Hand - Sewed
Which wc recently ordered at their
request. A small but very choico lot.
E2T Call Eaily-s
M.A.G-onsalves & Oo.
57 Hotel Street.
YosBmitB SMii it
Matinoo with Music every Wednesday Altar
noon. Hay 22, a Double Race, lady and gentle
man, for prize;
May 20, Button Hole Party;
Miy 20, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
gold ami silver medals;
June 2, Wheelbarrow Race, gentlemen,
.Tunc 5, Grand llon-Bon Party. 25 td
Central Part SMi Bitt
Corner Berctania & Punchbowl Streots.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of floors, Is open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
EST of the week, -a
Tuesday and Pridny evenings, and Wed
nesday afternoon. Assiduous attention
paid to the comfort and plcasuic of all
Admission 25 cent, no other charge.
t2T Just received, large assortment of
Skates. Patrons will be furnished
either B & B Club or Strap Skates.
1019 3m D. P. SMITH, Proprietor.
Ilonse 1 urnishing uoous,
Tinware, Oil Stoves.
All marked clown in order to I
clear out this iminenso stock.
1,000 iloz. Fancy Dress Buttons,
at l() cts ycr do.cn.
HAMMOCKS, from $1.76.
Popular Vocal Music, !J ShccU
for 10 Cents.
Lamps, in all
Etc., Etc.. Etc.