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MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 188(5.
S S Mariposa from tho Colonics
Stuir Klnnu from windward porta
Stmr Wahnanalo from Waimiinalo
HtmrMokolH from Molokal
Solir Nettle Merrill from Lahalna
Sclir Wnlcliu from Kuan
Sclir Wallcle froni Knnn
Sehr Knwallanl from Koolan
Sehr IJob Roy from ICoolau
Sehr Ileela from ICoolau
Sehr Elmknl from Wniiilua
, , DElJARTURESr3
S S Mariposa for San Francisco
htmr Jus Mnkco for Wnlanac and Kauai
at 4 p m
Stmr 0 It HUliop for Hamakiia at 3 p in
Sclir Mtinuuknwal for ICoolau
Stmr Llkcllko for ICaliulnl
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for windward ports at i
Stmr W O ilall for Lahalna, Maalacn,
ICona mid Kau at 10 a m
Stmr IwalanI for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Kllauea Hon for windward
at 4 p in
Sclir AVallelo for Pala
Schr Eliukul for Walalua
Ilk Holdcti for PugPt Sound
Schr Hob Koy for ICoolau
Sclir Kawallanl for ICoolau
Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lahalna
VESSELS IN PORT.
1IBMS Pelican, Hope
Ger bk F O Slebcu, Bruliu
Qer schr Marv C Bolim,
Ger bk Furst UUinnrck, Vander Vlng
Ilk Blrniah, C 11 Jonas
Bk lloldcn, Joyensoa
Uktno Geo O I'crkins, Ackman
Bktne Consuclo, Cousins
Korweglan bark Aurora, Sutterland
Haw brig Allle Kowe, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bol hark Don Nicolas, ltoss, from
Port Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
Nic bk Klmljlo, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B C, duo June 25-30.
KMSS Alameda (Am), H G Morse,
from San Francisco, eu route to the
vColonics, due Aug 7.
Am bark Calbarien, W II Hubbard,
iroin San Francisco, due July 211-30.
Am bktne Mary Winkelinan, C Bac
kus, from San Francisco, due July
Haw steamship Zealandla, It van Ote
rendorp, from San Francisco, due Aug
Ger bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bre
men, due Sept 20-30.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, AV T, due Aug 1-11.
Am tern Eva, J O Wlkman, from
Port Townsend, AV T, due Aug 10-20.
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boiton, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Amana, from .Liverpool, duo
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahului, July 20-30.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
C It Bishop 3.G24 hags sugar
Jas Makee 840 bags sugar and 1,741
Iwalaui 200 sheep, 11 hides and 15
From Hamakua, per stmr C II Bishop,
July 31 AV II Kickard, A Dela Nux, H
JGcnhe, and 13 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, July
31 H F Glade and wife, E Midler, T It
Neal, Dr C M Hyde,-E Gatho, J Brown,
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr
Klnau, Aug 1 dipt AV Matson, A
Young, Jr, U S Townsend, Miss Champ,
V A McNeil, J II Keive, Koki, wife
and 2 children, A Spencer, E Sinclair, J
L BlaUdell, Rev E N Drier, wife and
4 children, Mrs J Holt, 3 children and
servant, Sirs Alull and son, AVin Sheldon,
Miss M Daniels, AV Y Horner, D Tay
lor, Jr, Geo Hind, L Aholo, and .81
From New Zealand, per S S Mari
posa, Aug 1 Miss J Brown.
For Sail Francisco, per S S Mariposa,
Aug 1 H J Agnow and wife, Geo
Kind, Capt Matson, AV Williams, Miss
TUIie Trumdel, E O AVInston, LMc
Dade, Master A Spencer, AV Hay ward,
E J Adams, E Langhern and 51 cabin
and 41 steerage in transit from the Colo
nics. SHIPPING NOTES.
Tho Norwegian bark Hoiden sails to
morrow morning for Puget Sound to
load lumber for bydney.
S S Mariposa .galled last evening for
San Francisco, She took from this port
7,520 bags sugar and 201 bunches bana
nas. Value Q40,304.
At Houokaa, Hawaii, Frances Chalm
ers, aged two years and six months, the
beloved daughter of Thos. and Annie S.
Kay. Friends will please accept this
Intimation. July 30, 1880.
Iok cold Boca DrAHght Beor on tap
and clam chowder at tho Key Stone to
PicrunK Frames nnd Cornices
mudo to order, old Frames ropaircd,
wgilded, otc King Bros'. Art Store,
For line Ico Crenm, Cakes anil
CandicB, go to tho reliublo Elito Jca
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel streot. Their
Ico Cream is recognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 91
D"l. Fl.INT'8 HkAIIT IlUMEDY is a
.Specific for all forms of Heart Dia-4-aso
and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptivo book
with ovory bottle. Benson Smith &
.Co., Agents. 354
Pathonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingloy, Cigar
.Manufacturer, at the Crystal Boda
"NVorks, where Jio is prepared to fill nil
.orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
.and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully Invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
flcll these cigars. Do not forget tho
namo J. AV. llingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel streot.
LOOAL & GENERAL NEW8. J
A large addition is being built-to
TIis Majesty's boat house
Tiik Ar. G. Hall leaves for tho
volcano trip at 10 A. M. to-morrow.
Mn. Fisliol's new announcement,
in to-day's paper, should bo carefully
m m .
Mn. T. Lishman received a valua
ble Gordon-setter pup frpm Austra
lia by the Mariposa yesterday.
H. May & Co.'a delivery team
took possession of Fort street this
forenoon, by running away from the
store. No damages.
.-- . i
Mu. John Burku, who left by the
S. S. Australia Saturday, will return
with GOO hogs, ho says, for tho
Satukday's races at Kapiolani
Park between Manuel Rosa's 4th July
and N. Perrio's California, Perrie's
Pinta and Aylott's Unknown, wound
up in a dispute and a draw.
A PiuvATi: letter of July 31st, from
a former resident of Honolulu, now
at Samoa, says : " Every thing is
quiet here. The stars nnd stripes
still float above the Samoan Hag."
A nkw book-keeping class will bo
organized this evening at the Y. M.
C. A. rooms by Mr. P. C. Jones. Any
young man desiring to join this class
will plcaso be on hand at 7 :30 v. m.
A nox of fruit came here by the
Kinau Sunday to be shipped to San
Francisco by the .Mariposa. But be
fore the owner could get tho fruit a
too ambitious baggage express owner
took possession of it and kept it
until this morning. It was a capital
joke without a laugh.
Miss Hirshberg, Milliner at Mr. N.
S. Sachs' Popular Millinery House,
was a passenger by the Australia on
Saturday. Miss Hirshberg pays a
visit to her relatives in America, and
will return hero in a few weeks with
a shipment of millinery of the latest
styles and newest fashions.
. . .
A kahuna package, consisting of
nativo nostrums done up in ti leaves,
was found in the Nuuanu reservoir
on Saturday and brought to the
Polico Station. Users of water from
that source, who may have felt them
selves under a mystic spell of late,
will know the cause of it now 1
The town seems to have been bad
ly demoralized on Saturday, judging
by the lengthy Police Court docket
to-day. One theory for the unusual
development of disorderly propen
sities, is that the effusion of the. poet
laureate in Saturday's "Advertiser"
had put tho community off its base.
The two-mile skating race between
Hartman and Napoleon at tho Yose
mite rink Saturday night was witnes
sed by an enormous crowd. The
contestants started from opposite
points, and kept about even for over
a mile. Towards the last Hartman
gained on his opponent, and beat
him by a little Jess than one lap.
A r.AnoE two-story house is build
ing for Mr, A, J. Cartwright, Jr at the
corner of Lunalilo and Keeaumoku
streets, commanding a close view of
the Makiki recreation grounds.
Messrs. Smith and Mills are the
builders. AVhen tho house is finish
ed and the grounds are laid off, the
property will be ono of the finest on
i m i
Misb J. Brown, sister of a former
editor of tho P. C. Advertiser, Mr.
John Brown, was a passenger from
New Zealand to this port by the Ma
riposa yesterday. Miss Brown left
ller homo in England nearly a year
ago, and is on a tour around the
world. She will remain on the islands
a few weeks, and then proceed on
her journoy, going from here to tho
To-day has been one of the most
disagreeable and dirty days that Ho
nolulu has seen since the advent of
the watering cort. Along tho city
front the wind whistled through the
riggings of vessels. Ships , strained
their mooring lines and creaked
against the wharves. Clouds of dust
with an occasional hat filled the
atmosphere. The bay was covered
with white caps, and peoplo with
Complimentary to Capt. Hope
and officers of H. B. M. S. Pelican,
on Monday evening at 7:30, at tho
Hawaiian Hotel. Following is the
Overture Bclsario Donizetti
Bolero Toreador, (now) Thiere
AVnltz My Queen Coote
Grand National Fantasia Kuppey
Ala Ulkl Mai.
Selection Thu LoinbanJIans Verdi
Gavotte Gwendoline, (new).., .Nelson
Polka-Tho Out Post, (new)
TwoMaiches, (new) a. Forward...
1), Volunteers Mctru
God Savp tho Queen Hawaii Ponol.
A RUNAWAY AND A SMASH.
A runaway, sinashrup, and a
broken arm woro caused by a
drunken hack-driver last Saturday
afternoon, on Merchant street, in
.front of tho bank. Tho intoxicated
express driver, whilo recklessly driv
ing along Merchant street, ran into
Mr. Ashlord's brake, and then col
lided with a buggy containing two
nativo women, Tho horse attached
to the buggy became frightened,
and bolted down Kaahumauu street,
with a velocity that threatened to
end disastrously to tho women occu
pants as well as to tho vehicle. TJjo
runaway, on reaching Queen street,
struck JilcGhesnoy & Son's building.
Tho buggy capsj?;od with a crash,
throwing tho women fo t)io grpijnd
with great violence, nnd breaking
tho arm of one. Tho injured woman
was taken into Dr. MoKibbon's,
wlicro tho broken bono waa ru-stt.
Tlie other woman was not htirt. The
drunken .driver who started the run
ANOTHER SHOOTING AFFAIR.
Ou Saturday night about 9 o'clock
the repot t of a gun was heard at
Palania nothing unusual in that,
however, exeept as to tho hour. The
cause of tho noise proves to have
been serious. A native named Aneke
was crossing the premises of a
Chinaman named Tong See, when
the latter discharged a gun at him.
Soino of the small rice-bird shot
composing the charge entered tho
nativo's legs, but without making a
dangerous wound. Aneke to-day
had Tong Sec arrested, the latter
getting out on bait. It is claimed,
on the native's part, that he was
only showing a stranger a shortcut
across lots. On the other hand, it
is said all persons are warned by
placards against intruding on Tong
See's premises after night, and Unit
ho and his fellow-countrymen have
suffered from pilfering trespassers.
The Auckland police want John
Caffrey and Henry Albert Pcnn,
master and mate respectively of the
cutter Sovereign of tho Seas, who
arc charged with the murder of one
Kobert Taylor on June 19th, atTry
pliena Harbor, Great Barrier Island.
They escaped in tho vessel named,
and the police authorities here have
received a poster signed by J. Bell
Thomson, officer in charge of Auck
land Police District, offering 200
reward for their apprehension and
100 for information that will lead
thereto. Photographs of the fugi
tives have also come to hand. Fol
lowing are the descriptions given :
"John Caffrey, supposed to be a
native of New Zealand ; aged about
37, flft. 7 in. stout built, sandy com
plexion, freckled face, brownish or
sandy gootcc and moustache ; has
weak eyes, and occasionally wears
small gold earrings for same.
"Henry Albert Ponn, a native of
New Zealand: aged about 24, aboiit
5 ft. 7 in. light hair, fair complexion,
inclined to sallowncss, and round
features ; has no hair on face except
a small brown moustache.
"Description of cutter: register
ed tonnage 29 tons, cutter rig, white
bulwarks, with yellow stripe around
centre, black hull and has her name
painted on both bows nnd on stern ;
has a new suit of sails ; has frequent
ly been a prize-winner at the Auck
land Annual Regatta, registered
number 52,415 cut in beam of hatch :
is the property of Messrs. Hender
son and Spraggon, Auckland."
An additional description of
Caffrey, with other particulars, ac
companies the photographs, as
"Has a scar on left eyebrow, a
star tattooed on right forearm and
an anchor on left arm ; boil mark
and a mole on right side ; Pcnn is
accompanied by a young prostitute
named Grace Reid tilius Graham,
aged about 10, low size, brown hair,
pale complexion, H. P. tattooed on
left arm and W. S. on one leg above
THE BASEBALL MATCH.
Saturday's match, between the
Honolulu and Benedict baseball
clubs, was more interesting for its
lopsidedness than anything else. It
dragged along miserably, in an in
termittent sprinkle of rain, that wet
the ball, causing frequent "muffs."
The pavilion was almost deserted of
spectators when the middle of the
regulation nine innings was reached,
and the scorer wanted to be retired
with or without "permanent settle
ment." The match collapsed with
the seventh inning, the eighth finding
the Benedict team disorganized by
the desertion of several players.
Having become thoroughly conver
sant with the parabolic craft of the
Benedict's pitcher, the Honolulu
team opened the contest with a
score of five, to which they added
ten, although whitewashed three
times, counting tho eighth inning.
There was some good batting on the
part of the Benedict, Judd making a
il-baso hit, but the agile fielders
of tho Honolulu prevented heavy
scoring. Honolulu's team was:
"Wodeuouse c, Oat 8. s., Whitney
2, Mooro 3, Markham 1, Low o. f.t
Castle 1. f., Levey r. f., Parker p.
Benedict: Chas. AVilder c,, Judd 2,
J. Winter s. s., Lyons 1, F. AVinter
1. f., Spencer r. f., Booth 3, Dow
sett c. f., AVnll p. Geo. C. Board
man was umpiro till the cud of the
4th inning, when he retired owing
to exception being taken to a de
cision by J. AVinter, captain of the
Benedict. Gardner Wilder suc
ceeded to tho office, and held it
despite a very ironical allusion to
ono of his decisions. J, AVinter
was playing at 1st base when an
opponent wiom )o copsiicrpd he
put out was declared safe. A fow
moments later he put another out in
tho most undoubted manner, but he
held the ball till ho innocently
asked, "Is that out?" For the
Honolulu AVodehouse, Oat, Moore,
Markham and Low scored in the 1st,
Parker, AVodehouse and AA'hitnoy
in the 2nd, AVodehouse in the 4th,
Levey and AVodehouse in the Oth,
and Low, Levey, Parker and AVode
"house in tho 7th total 15. For the
Benedict Chas. AVilder scored in tho
1st, Booth and Dowsctt in the 2nd,
Lyons in the 3rd, and Wall in the
C(h total 5, .
THE FATAL SHOOTING,
As stated in advance on Saturday,
Marshal Dayton held a coro
ner's inquest into the death of Ah
Leong that afternoon. Tho follow
ing jury was empanelled, with Mr.
AVm. AVond as clerk : A. M. Hewitt,
J. II. Lovejoy, F. Ililder, L. Ahlo,
Lnu Chong and Chung Ara.
Henry Dimond, sworn, stated:
The deceased woikcd for mo about
three years. I wns awakened from
my sleep last night by a loud noise
from tny chickens. A few minutes
later my sou Edwin came down to
my room and wanted my revolver.
At first I refused to let him have it.
Hc8aid: "I will only use it to de
fend myself." 1 knew that Kdwlti
was self-possessed and brave, and
that there was no danger, so I let
him have it. I then ran to the door,
and screamed ftfr Ah Leong to go
and assist. Tho night was very clink
and I think tho thief escaped. I
heard the pistol shot. I think I
saw the deceased come out of his
room. My son was out in the yard
then. The deceased came up lo
the faucet and made no demonstra
tion then. I did not speak to him.
It was not over ten minutes when I
found he was shot. Tho charges
are drawn from the pistol. Only
ono was fired. My son brought the
pistol into the house and put it into
a drawer. This affair occurred a
few minutes after 1 o'clock. Tlie
charges were drawn from the re
volver by me this morning. I went
off from the verandah after it was
Hugo Stangenwald, M. D., sworn,
stated : I am a physician and sur
geon. I was called to see the de
ceased about 1 o'clock. I heard
tlie chickens making a noise and the
report of a pistol. A little while
after Edwin Dimond came over,
and it was somo time before I could
get him to say anything, he was so
excited. I took my surgical instru
ments and necessary medicines and
came over. The deceased was sit
ting at his room door evidently in
pain. I felt bis pulse, and then
had him carried carefully to his
bed. Upon examination I found a
wound in his abdomen. It was on
the left side, a little below the ribs,
and aboil t two or three inches from
the' navel. Thero was no hemor
rhage to speak of, only a little ooz
ing of blood. I felt for the ball, but
could not find it. It had evidently
entered the abdominal cavity. I
did not turn him over then, as he
was very weak and the pulse was
failing. I administered brandy and
some soothing medicines, nnd re
commended that Dr. McGrcw should
be sent for, which was done. AA'hen
Dr. McGrew arrived, the deceased
had rallied somewhat, so that we
were able to turn him over. AVe
discovered the ball under the skin
at a point about halfway between
the anterior spine of the ilium and
the spinal column, showing the ball
had taken a course upward and out
ward, which was verified by the
post mortem examination. As lie
complained of very severe pain,
some more morphine was adminis
tered, but this time by hypodermic
injection, as he had commenced to
vomit. This proved effectual in
stopping the pain and vomiting. A
small lump of ice was given him lo
quench his thirst. He fell into a
comfortable doze, free from pain for
about half an hour or more. Then
the pulse began to flag or to lose
strength. I felt suspicious of in
ternal hemorrhage. A collapse
came t on, and he gradually
failed. In the post mortem I found
the wound as described above, going
upward and outward. I cut out
the bullet from under the skin, and
handed it to Dr. McKibbin, who'
handed it to Deputy Marshal Day
ton in my presence. The intes
tines were not wounded. There was
extensive peritonitis or inflammation
of the lining membrane of the abdo
men. There was considerable ex
travasation of blood, which seemed
to have come from some smaller
vessels, as no largo artery or vein
had been wounded. I consider that
tho cause of death was hemorrhage,
which the pistol bullet produced.
Robert McKibbin, M. I)., sworn,
stated: I assisted Dr. Stangenwald
in the post mortem. I heard his
evidence in regard to it, and per
fectly agree with him.
J. D. Tucker, sworn, stated : I
live next door to Mr. Dimond. My
wife woke me up, and I heard
chickens making a noise. I heard
the report of a pistol, and sung out,
"is that you, Dimond?" Ho said
"yes." I asked him if he wanted
mu to come over. Ho snid "yes;
you might come over." I did so,
and, saw tho Chinaman, lying on the
ground near the wator pipe, groan
ing and rolling all around. Then
Holt came up and went mid got a
lantern. Tho deceased said nothing
until we rolled him over and ' thu
light shone on his faco. Edwin
Dimond and Holt picked him up
and, assisted him over to his room.
Kdln was surprised to dud that it
was their own cook, and not the
thief, who was shot.
Edwin Ilall Dimond sworn, stated:
During thu night, about live iiiinuk-B
before 1 o'clock, tho first alarm 1
heard was a noise of a hen being
choked by ' tho neck to prevent it
making a noise. J heard a similur
nolsc about live mi miles afterwards,
and then went down stairs. It was
1 o'clock, I went and told my
father that there was some one
stealing chickens, and I wanted his
pistol. I told him I would not use
it only to defend mybelf. I took
Deputy Marshal Dayton held a eoro- latter om-ned his dour, and 1 called whom the onltim belontrcd : that the TB
tho pistol from my father, nnd went
out to where 1 heard tho noise of
the chickens. M, father went as
far as the kitchen door and called
Ah Lcoug, who was asleep. The
hitter opened his dour, and I called
out for him to come, as these was a
man up in the tree stealing chickens.
We got a ladder, and whilu in the
act of putting up tho ladder there
was a sut-peiiiinn, and during that
suspension 1 saw a man going
towtuds tho west. I said to myself,
there is tlie thief) he must have
slid or jumped down nnd was run
ning away. I followed him, and
called out to him for to stop. After
I had tun a few steps I fell down.
At the same time that I fell the
person turned and advanced towards
mo while 1 wns on tho ground. I
thought to myself, is he going to
surrender or spiing on to inc. If
he does he will overpower me in a
moment. I considered my life in
jeopauly. Just then I raised tho
pistol and ilred while I was xlill on
the ground. Ho was about ten feet
from me when 1 Ilred. 1 got up and
said in English suirunder, and im
mediately culled to Ah Leong for
assistance. I called about six times,
at intervals of fceveral moments,
quite loudly. As there was no re
sponse I thought he had run off for
a policeman. While I was calling
for Ah Leong, Mr. Tucker asked me
if he should go for a policeman. I
said, yes. Then the person came
toward the house, and laid down on
the grass. He laid down llrst at tlie
spot where I tired from. About a
minute after I had Ilred I knew the
bullet had hit. Mr. Holt came up
then with a lantern, and I put it to
the man's face and found it was Ah
Leon". An awful feeling came over
mu when I found it was him 1 had
shot. 1 said: Ah Leong, is this
j'ou ; and he said he had had nothing
to do willi stealing tho chickens ; he
had been fast asleep. Isaid, I
know you had not been stealing the
chickens; you are a yootl man, and
I did not. know it was you that 1
shot. This is the pistol (produced).
I fired only one shot. It is a self
cockci'. After I found it was Ah
Leong, lie walked over to his room,
assisted by someone. I had hold of
one hand. I went and got Dr.
J. R. Holt sworn, stated: The
first I heard was the report of the
pistol. I live in the next yard. It
was about. 1 o'clock. AVhen we took
the Chinaman to his room it was
half-past 1 o'clock. I came over
and saw Mr. Dimond standing up
and the Chinaman on tlie ground
close to the cook house. Dimond
was four or live feet away from the
man. He called for a light, and
taking a lamp", found it was his
cook, All Leong. The latter said
lie was dj'ing. Dimond spoke to
him in Chinese. I assisted him into
his sleeping room, and remained
with him up to the time of his dcatli
at 9:4f a. m. Mr. Dimond, when
questioned, said lie had shot a man,
but did not know who it was. I
was afraid to touch him ; he might
have something in his hand. I
could not find out where it was only
by the groaning of thu man.
This being all the evidence, the
coroner and juiors visited tiie scene
wheie the shooting took place.
After deliberation the jury re
turned tlie following verdict: That
the deceased, Ah Leong, came to
his deatli this 31st da' of July,
188(i, at !):lo a. m., at the residence
of Henry Dimond, Nuuanu avenue,
Honolulu, by a bullet fired from a
levolverin the hands of Edwin H.
Monday, Aug. 2nd.
Hookano, assault nnd battery on
Ah Fat, pleaded not guilty. De
fendant had a sore leg, and tho
Chinaman accidentally brought a
bucket of poi in collision with the
member. Thereupon Hookano got
mad and kicked the complainant,
showing that the game leg could act
as well as feel. Convicted 87.50.
Chas. Micliicls vs. Ah Ilitna,
opium unlawfully in possession, were
remanded by consent till AA'ednes
day. Anln, heedless driving in Honolulu
on 31st ult., a very aggravated
case, lined 75 and costs. Same
defendant, violating express rule
2;", fined 15 and costs, and his
license as a driver ordered to be
Cases of drunkenness were dis
posed of as follow: Koliiauku, for
feited bail SO; Nana, old offender,,
imprisonment at hard labor for 10
days; I'auim, S8; Mnkela, 80 ; Kahi
iki and Kuliulcpauole, each forfeited
Kcoki and Li, affray. Li pleaded
not guilty; Kcoki forfeited 510 hail.
Li lined, with costs, 80.
Kong Leong Sin and Luika,
adultery, former 830, latter 815,
Liwai, assault and battery on Hi,
Akniiii and Ah I loo, having opium
unlawfully in possession, pleaded
not guilty. Tho chaigo against All
Hoo was withdrawn, and ho gave
evidence of having been visiting at
Akana's room last evening, nnd just
coming away when the polico met
and stopped him. Officers Kauhuno
nnd Burns went to defendant's
room, corner of Hotel and Mnuna
kea stree's, after 7 o'clock last even
ing, and found a tin of opium, wiln
two stales used for weighing opium,
uudur tho bed. They had no war
t ant, but entered tho place and
heaiched on information. The de
fendant te-tilied Unit another man
occupied the room with him; that ho
uskt'd tho officers for their wurraut,
but thoy said they did not require
any : that they searched his trunk,
In which were 815 in gold and two
810 certificates, nnd ho missed tho
money ; that ho did not know to
whom the opium belonged ; that the
police wanted money to let him go,
and he gave them 82. (This sum
was paid into Court by tho officers.)
Mr, Magoon, for the defense, con
tended that the officers had no
authority to enter the place, and
that defendant should be believed
just as much as they. Found guilty,
fined 850 nnd sentenced to 30 days
at bard labor. Appeal noted to
For the month of July, 1880:
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of July was 39, distri
buted as follows:
Under 1 year.,
From 1 to 5...
From 5 to 10..
From 10 lo 'JO.
From 20 to 0.
From 30 to -10...
From JO to fiO...
From 50 to CO...
From CO to 70. . .
Great llrltain ..
cause of death:
Convulsion . ...
DIs. of Heart...
DIs. of i idncy.
DIs of Liver....
July, 1RS2 37
Julv, 1883 08
July, 18S4 53
July, 1885 02
July, 1880 39
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
J. H. Bnowx,
Agent Board of Health.
"Grover, dear,"' observed the
bride, "won't you tell me what this
Jeffersonian simplicity is that is so
much talked about?" "Certainly;
it is that is to say well, it's a total
absence of sugar and water. New
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Have just Ttccelved, by the
FURST BISMARCK, '
ITull Assortment ol
Beers, Wines mi Liprs,
St. Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Filter Presses and Filter Press Cloth,
Sugar and Coal I'as, all fizes;
Hemp Twine, Gilvanized Fence Wire,
wllh Fish Platcf, Bolts and Spikes,
Portland Cement, full weight,
Hoofing Slates, Havana Cigars,
A number of tho much-favored
with a largo quantity of the most popu
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Matches, Crockery,
01 tf J Etc., Etc.
The White House,
Tfo. 1X8 Nuuanu Street,
HONOLULU, ; : II. I.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms llcasonable. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
IIiiw'nCamogpManf'g'Co., $ 00 ICO
K.O. Iltll&tion, (8 75 100
lnti-rl-liHid S, N. Co., (3100 100
Hell Telephone, (S 31 lo
IIhh'ii Agricultural Co., (3100 100
O llteuur&Co., till 0O
Woodhimi Dairy, 00 100
Walluku HiiK'ir Co., OH IIO
WalniHiinlo, 170 100
Star Mill, l fi WW
ItirlprooltyfiugarCfi., H) 100
Ice Com a'ny. 87 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Utokei.
3H Mnmlmnt Street. Ml ly
Hlnco cetal lUhing our Mission In this
city, wo lmvo frequently been solicited
to nrocnro larger and more convenient
quarter for wondilp and Bible chas,
quite a number expressing themselves
as willing to contribute toward the
necessary c'penso. Wo have now ne
cured tho huildlns: on Port fticet, for.
merly used a- i uymtiaslure, thus Incur
ring (pile a deht; bisulctnmu changes
are niCMury. Thereforo wo would 6ny
to all who would esteem it a privilege to
aid ti- In the inatirr, thai they cn con
fer villi Mr. N. F. llurgrsp, or with the
umli'itlgued. L A SCOTT,
74 lmj A, LA RUB.
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
8. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 llraudy,
J. Pclllcon's and lOyear-old Brandy,
J. J. Melcher'a " Elephant" Gin,
n. w. smith co.'s
"Tlistle Dew" Wlisley,
Coates & Co.'s 'Plymouth" Gin, etc.
a voli, line of the
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
srnim, LiquEUKS, etc.
constantly on hand and for hale at the
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Both Tel., No. 46.
Crystal Ma' Worts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Poda, Lemonade, arfuparilln,
Fruit Syrup and Etsenceanil
made fr'im the pure Apple, all of which
we guarantee to be the Lest.
J-We also invite parties Intending
Harting mores for the fide or Iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
tojcnll on us before going elsewlltic.
Me Crystal Soda Ms,
P. O. BoxJS97, Honolulu.
Mer-IsM 1. 1 Co.,
Tlie JBest Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and itiunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Lcays Honolulu at 0 oV ock a m. on
Filuuy. ,!uyi!3r .
Tlie ncninvr pas-ei n'cur the til-o
coa-t of 'hi- Irrunrii Kldr ol II w 11 nf.
fnntlni; toiirlMH a panoiamn I ilmim.
inc wiener , fti d will stop at Ki 1 le.
k a Hay. where Milllcient lime 1 nlhiw.
td to vii-lt the Monument of Cuplaiu
Tourists by thin route reach Punnluu
at 6 o'clock mi the day alter lea lug
Honolulu, being only ono nlgh on thu
vesHcl, making the cm Ire passage iu
smooth water. At Punaluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
nud from there tourists trill be conveyed
by railroad to Puhala. thvnco by ttigo
coach to llulf.way lionet, wheio horses
and puidc will be Iu attoudunce to con
vey them to the Volcano.
ToiirlBts will have two n!glit and one
whole duy at thu Volcano house.
Tickets for the round trip, 53, which
includes all expemei.
Apply V) HAUKY AnMITAQE,
Ageut, at Wnihinis' I'hoograp . G'lllcry,
Port siriet, orauhe olllco of the 1 I B.
N, Co., Esulunade, U',0 Ota
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