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TUESDAY, NOV. 0. 1880.
StmrKlnau for windward poits at 5 pm
Stmr Iwnhuil for Knuat at 5 p m
Stmr 1ns Mtikeo for ICiiual nt 1 1) in
Stmr Waialcnle for l.ahalnii and llama-
kua nt " i m
Stmr Kllnuc.i Hon fur Hnuiakua at u pm
Stmr C R Blshoti for Wniiinae, Wnlalua
Bgtno W O Irwin for San Francboo
For Maul, per steamer Llkellke, 'oy
S-Hon S G Wilder. I' X MaUcc. II 1.
Avery, 0 L Wight, G P Wlldur, R Oi r,
W Mover, wife and child, .las R Smith,
A 1C Slander. LCab t. G A Isewcoiiib,
Mis S IC ICalllull, and about 87 dock.
VESSELS H PORT.
Betno W G Irwin, MeCttlloeh
Bktno G C Perkins, Aekciinan
Gcr bark Pacific, Oltman
Biltbk lion Crag,. tonus
Bk 0 O Whllniore, Thompson
Bgtno .1 1) Spicekels, Fills
Haw jsclir General Selgel, fromFiench
Frigate Shoals, due Nov i!0-30.
Ililt barkE.l Spciiee, from Hongkong,
due October 18-'Jo.
Gcr bark Hydra, fiom Hongkong, due
December 1-15. ... , ,
Am bktne Maiy Winkclman, Charles
JJackus, fiomSau Fiiincisco, duo ov
1 Haw S S Zealandia. R van Oterendorf,
from San Fi nuclsco, due Nov 17.
German baik Hercules, Jfeier,
galled from Liverpool, October Uth, due
'wSSellii, Win Xewhall, from
from Ptfrt Tow Mend, W T, duo Novem-
bAm"b tnd Con-uelo, E B Cousins,
from feaii Francisco, due November
10"m h-u-k Foicst Queen, J 0 M Wind
lg, from San Franeteo, due November
-ilaw bilg Iluaril, W G Oooiliiinn,
from S.ui Fiancisco, due at Hllo, Ha
waii, November 2 1-jJO.
Haw bail; Star of Devon. A Xovcll,
from Fanning" Island, due December
8"llaw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Manihiki, via Fannlng's Island,
due December 15-ai.
Am bark Coloma, Noyes, from Port
land, Oiegon, en loute to Hongkong,
due November 10-15.
Am bark Edwaid Kidder, from Port
land, Oregon, en mute to Hongkong,
.due November 12-1C.
American bark Snranac, fiom New
Toils, s.illcd.lulv 13th, duehcieNov. 18
30, to Castle As Cooke.
pool, sailed June 0th, duclicie Octobci
;Mth-Nov lt, to Schaefer & Co-
Mil bk Maltha Davis, PM Benson,
siilcu i'0"1 1Josloa August ah, due
saticu nriiwcr & Co.
Ttvlt- linilCW 11 IUSUII. liuiiiiii,"-
Brit ai Otengabcr, Rolleslon from
Sool' v1uebe.e, Jn 15-31, to
-..i.. ,, -,,.
uV'.r.r l-'islicr. from
gow'ailedSeptOuc 10." -T- 15-30,
SIirtV LamP'on. JIarston,
from the' Colonies, due hCJ-e in Feb, to
B,In?bk1nCeS N Castle, Hubbard from
Port Blakely, duo here Dee luth, to
Castle & Cooke.
The auction bale at the Temple of
Fashion will be continued this even
"OTiii: Pi ivy Council met on oiuui
day last and yesterday, and will meet
u t "
The invitations for the jubilee
grand ball and luau, on the 19th and
23rd, nfo being issued.
Tin: table of contents of Judge
Pomander's books, volumes 1, 2, and
3, can bo had at J. II. Soper's.
Tub Geo. W. DeLongPost, G..A. R.
3iolds its regular monthly meeting this
.evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Every
member is requested to attend.
Tun test of tho upright hydrant
nt the- upper end of Emma street,
last Saturday afternoon, was con
Mn, C, GerU, who left here some
months ago for a visit to the old coun
try, was to have loft Germany for
Honolulu on Oct. 15th.
The billiard tournament will be
continued at-the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Snylor
and Mr. Morris will handle the cues.
The Sunday School officers and
teachers meeting at Rev. E. C. Oggel's
residence takes place this evening and
not Thin sduy as printed in yesterday's
Pnorr-sson L. L. Van Slyko is to
leeturo in Bishop's Hull of Scienco,
at Punahou, on Friday evening next,
at 7 :30 o'clock. Subject : "Some of
tho Fundamental Facts and Theories
of Modem Chemistry."
Mil. J. Lyons has a special credit
salo, at his" salesioom, to-mouow
morning at 10 o'clock. A general ns
soitinent of nieichandisu will bo of
fered. Tho precise tonus w'ill bo an
nounced at tho beginning of the sale.
An usually largo audience gathered
at Emma Squaro Hand Conceit last
night. It was a beautiful clear
moonlight night, and the band played
and sang its best. Tho people were
very enthusiastic, und frequently
Tub talo of Mr. Ophergelt's black
span by E. 1'. Adams &. Co. this
noon, was well attended by hoieo
adiniicis. Tho span was knocked
down to Jas. Moigan for $500, the
highest outside bid being if 1C0.
When tho talo was closed Mr. Mor
gran ofleied either of tho horses at
$850, but found no buyer.
Tin; Polico Court was occupied up
to tho hour of noon lecess in taking
tividence in tho case of tho Ciown vb.
BMI"fe?dir!mwmmrWi i?f r. . r nVfr'T'rr j i" - ' "in it ' 'JTi" i r n i i i ' " i 'if ;,...,:' ..... . . . .& .
?1. A. Cofl' , cluvged .U'stonlay
tlicliucciiy of u watch In lonjri
Mr. J. J'ompor. Tin witnesses ex
amined weio: l'omper, ollleora Uolo
and Hopkins, on behalf of tho Crown;
Geo. Carter, and Mr. Hoppon, on be
half of tho defendant.
Jin. J. M. Oat's household furniture
will be fold nt auction to-nioirow
morning, nt lOo'clock, by Mcsrs. K.
P. AcluniH A- Co. Tho sale will be nt
Mr. Oat's rosidciu'O, nt the eotnerui'
Fort und Berotanhv streets.
Mr. Charles Michiels has com
posed u now glory match in comme
moration of His Majesty King lva
lnkatm's Jubilee birtbdny. This
march iins been placed in the hands
of Mr. II. Merger, Hniuhnaster. Mr.
Mieliicls hns also composed a fanta
sia, entitled Hawaii Ponoi, in honor
of Ids friend the Bandmaster. By
request of the latter gentleman, the
composer will play the fantasia
during the Jubilee festivities.
The Royal Hawaiian Bund
play at Emma Square tins
inn commencing nt 7:30.
Th6 following is the programme:
Mai ch Bt amlcubui'K Lorvcngly
0 vci ture French Comedy Bela
Waltz Southern Breeze Melslcr
Selection Faust Gounod
Seotcb The Jacoblts Gnssner
Finale Uelisarlo Donlcttl
Waltz Vienna Blood Strauss
Lancers Likelike Berger
RESOLUTION OF PACIFIC HOSE CO.
At the meeting of the Pacific Hose
Co. No. 1 held last evening the
following resolution was passed :
Whereas on attempt was made at
the last meeting of the Board of
Representatives of the Honolulu
Fire Department to distribute the
sum of live hundred dollars, a dona
tion from the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., amongst the differ
ent companies of the depaitment,
we, Pacilic Hose Co. No. 1 do here
by protest against such measure, the
same being contrary to Art. 15 of
the constitution of the Honolulu Fire
Department. Our representatives
are hereby instructed to vote against
it and urge that the amount be
placed in the sick fund.
His Majesty's Consul at Port
Townscnd, "Washington Territory,
Judge Swan, has sent to Mr. J. S.
"Webb some samples of what the
Territory can produce in the way of
the liner varieties of apples, pears,
potatoes, etc. These have been
placed on view at Messrs. Lewis &
Co. 's store on Fort street, and arc
well wortli an inspection by our
housekeepers, and the connoisseurs
of such things. Some of the varie
ties of appels arc particularly notice
able. It is claimed that all fruit
grown in Washington Territory has
a finer Mayor than that grown in
California, the diffeience of climate
having no doubt something to do
with the matter.
SUPREME COURT AT CHAMBERS.
TUB ADMIUAI.TV CASE.
Monday, Nov. 8th.
The libel dismissed and the cross
His Honor Chief Justice Judd
rendered his disctsion at 8 o'clock
p. at., in the libel suit of the Pacific
Navigation Company versus S. C.
Allen, for 825,000 "damages in the
loss of the steamer J. I. Dowsctt,
by collision with the schooner Moi
wahine, also in the cioss libel of
S. C. Allen versus the Pacific Navi
gation Company, for 807C.3O dam
ages sustained by the schooner from
After a statement of the case, the
Court proceeded :
"I find the facts to be as follows:
On Tuesday nicrht about 11 o'clock
of the 29th June, 188(1, the schooner'
Moiwalune was proceeding on her
way from Honolulu to Kohula,
Hawaii. She was commanded by
Capt. M. Staples, a master mariner
of experience, this being his second
tiip upon her. She was a new
vessel, sound and seaworthy, well
equipped in every respect, and had
a crew of Hawniians and a mate and
cook, in all nine souls. The Dow
sett was a steamer but little over a
year old, running between Honolulu
and luiuti, a port near ivaiiuiui on
Maui. Capt. Charles V. Dudoit
was her master, a man of long ex
perience in inter-island navigation.
She had two mates, one engineer,
one cook and steward, and a crew
of ten men, in all seventeen. On
the night in quebtion the Dowse'tt
had left Kuan, at about 0:30 r. ji.,
and was piocccdiug under sail and
steam down the Molokai channel for
Honolulu, Tho wind was the usual
trade wind, blowing at the rate of
thirty miles an hour, in the direc
tion of about E. N. E. Tho Dow
sett had nil sail set and her com so
was W. S. W. The breeze being a
fair wind to her, her sails were
'wing a wing,' her foresail being
over on the btaiboaul side and her
mainsail on the port side. She was
going at the rate of lrom nine to
ten knots per hour.
"The Moiwtthinp was running
close to the wind on the port tack,
with all her sails set and going from
seven to eight knots per hour, steer
ing a. iu. uy iv. mho niguc was
moonless but the sky was clear and
the stars were shining. Somo say
it was hazy toward the land. Shortly
before U p'plock that night the
bright masthead light of Hie Dow
sctt wiia seen to windwaid by tlie
lookouts of the Moiwnhino, reported
to the lnnte whoso watch it was, and
to the captain who, hearing his men
talking about a light, had come on
deck. The vessels were about mid
way in the channel between Molo
kai, Lanal and Maul, nt a point
estimated to be somewhat eastward
of tho port of Kaunakakai on Molo
kai. There was plenty of sea loom
for both vessels, nnd there are no
reefs or obstructions to navigation
near the place of collision."
The Court then recited the cir
cumstances of the collision ns set
forth by the evidence of the olliccrs
and men on the schooner; and with
respect to the state of affairs on the
"Capt. Dudoit had lain down on
a transom in the wheel house just
behind the helmsman, a few minutes
before 1 1 o'clock, and had dropped
to sleep, having had but littlo rest
the night previous and none during
the day. A Japanese was at the
wheel. The second mate, Liloa,
was on watch nt tho time. Two
lookouts, Kaupalei, and Kealoha,
were forwaul of the foremast nt the
bits. The engineer, lloyd, was
tending his engine and the stewnid,
Antonio Galaspo, was lying down in
the. cabin but not asleep. All the
rest of the ship's company were
cither in the house, on deck, or on
the hurricane deck, asleep. The
"steamer had left Honolulu the night
before, i cached Kuau on Tuesday
morning, discharged her cargo and
taken in 1,300 bags of sugar, (1,500
bags being a full load), the crew
working all day. Capt. Dudoit says
he was awakened by a shout and as
he jumped up from the transon he
felt tho shock (of the collision).
The shout and the shock were almost
together. The man at the wheel
was shifting his wheel to port. He
immediately rang the bell to stop
the engine, looked out of the wheel
house window and saw the schooner
he bad collided with.
"The mate Liloa said lie was
squaring down on the port side of
the wheelhouse when he heard Kea
loha call out three times, "Wo are
colliding with (or running into) a
schooner.' He then started forward,
but before lie could get down on the
deck the steamer struck and he was
"The lookout Kaupalei had about
this time left his place forward to
ascertain what time it was fiom the
clock in the engine room. When he
got as far as the foiehatch on this
errand he heard Kealoha call out,
'We are running into a schooner,"
and the collision occurred imme
"The other lookout was Kealoha,
a lad of perhaps sixteen 3'ears, who
had been to sea for only two
months. He was asked, 'What did
you first see of the vessel? and
answered very ingenuously: 'I saw
nothing ; I saw her very close ; I did
not see her before. I called out to
Liloa, "We are colliding with a
schooner," and we struck.' " Thus
only one man on the Dowsctt saw
the schooner at all previous to the
"The-testimony of the Dowsett's
people above given is not contra
dicted. It is certain that the Moi
walune was not seen by the Dowsett
in time for them to avert a collision.
The conclusion 1 have come to is
that the turn to port given to the
wheel by the Japanese helmsman
was not mauc in ooeuiouce (o any
order of the Dowsett's olllcers, for
they testify to giving none, nnd if it
was in response to the order of
Captain Staples it was too late to be
of any effect, It seems to me that
it was only the ordinary moving of
the wheel to keep her steady on her
course while steering the difficult
trick of going dead before the wind.
"But why was the schooner not
seen ? The case for the Dowsett is
that it was because the schooner had
no lights." Ilis Honor briefly re
views evidence on this point given
by men of Dowsctt, promising to
return to it. "On the other hand,
Captain Staples, his mate Kuanoul,
the two lookouts, Ku and George
Albert, Nehemiah the helmsman,
and the rest of the crew all suy most
unhesitatingly that the side lights
were lit shortly lifter sundown that
night, inspected by the captain, and
then placed correctly in the fore
Tizeias. the green on the starboard
and the red on the port side."
His Honor proceeded with further
details of the evidence, adding that
a personal inspection of the
schooner's lights on board during
the tiial convinced him that tho
conditions testified to were possible,
and continued, comparing the state
of affairs on hotji vessels :
"Contradictions iu testimony from
crews of opposing vessels arc unfor
tunately so common in collision
cases, that courts of admiralty speak
of them as the umml thing to bo ex
pected. Which is moie likely to be
true, in reference to the schooner's
lights, the testimony of Iho Dow
sett's people or of those on the
Moiwahine'!' It is to tho credit of
the vigilance of the Moiwahino'a
wnleh on duty, that they saw the
Dowsett's lights when she was, say,
u mile off, and wete on thealcij,
nnd at their stations when tho col
lision occurred. This condition
wns more favorable to accurate ob
servation than that of the Dowsett's
watch. The excitement attendant
upon the sudden unexpected colli
sion, the attention they had to pay
to their own vessel iu lowering their
sails, in going around tho schooner,
were conditions unfavorable to ac
The conclusions deduced' from
tho foregoing" facts wero to the effect f
that those on board the Dowscll
could not be in ix favorable position
tor taking accurate observations as
to whether the schooner had lights
or not, and observed that without
imputing perjury to the Dowsett
people, it was reasonable that "the
readiness with which tho steamer's
crew would bo likely to color the
evidence that would tend to excul
pate their own negligence must also
bo taken into consideration." This
was to the mind of the Court, "a
more satisfactory solution than to
impute, without foundation, wilful
perjury to tho captain, mate nnd
wa tcli of the schooner Moiwuhine."
Laws, authorities and decisions
were cited to show that it was the
schooner had i ight of way,that it was
the steamer's duty to alter her
course to pi event collision as well as
to slacken sliced and that the
watches on deck must fulfil the con
ditions of cllleiency and vigilance,
which conditions were not fulfilled
on board the Dowsett, the men
having been overworked, as proven
in the evidence. Shipowners must
be responsible for the consequences
of keeping their men on duty so ns
to render them physically unfit for
elllcient service on watch. With
lcfercnce to the point raised by the
Dowsett that the collision might
have been avoided had the schooner
put tier helm down instead of up, a
United States decision was quoted,
viz. : "this is the stereotyped ex
cuse usually resorted to for the pur
pose of justifying careless collision.
It is usually improbable and gener
"The sailing vessel," continued
the Court, "is not allowed to change
her course ; the law chooses it for
her," and the putting down of her
helm instead of up, cannot be con
strued into a fault, although it may
have been an error, but it was an
en or for which the steamer was re
sponsible and for which the
schooner could not be held responsi
ble where a collision was imminent.
With reference to the respondent's
argument that sufficient effort had
not been made to save the steamer,
the Court only went so far as to
suggest that the captain might have
remained by her in the boats until she
sank, lhc decision concludes as
"Having found that the Moi
walune is blameless of the loss of
the Dowsett, and that the Dowsett
caused the collision and the damage
to the Moiwalune, tho amount of
this damage must be considered.
I allow the ship carpenter's
bill for repairs S270.30
Fees for three surveyors at
The schooner was detained
six days undergoing re
pairs. Her expense is
testified by Capt. Sta
ples to be S18 per day.
I allow for this 108.00
Mr. Sorenson, the shipwright
says the damage to the
schooner by being strain
ed is at least 250.00
And I allow this.
And interest from 8th July, '8G.
"It does not become necessary, in
view of my previous conclusions, to
consider the question, new in this
country, whether Mr. Allen as the
owner of the Moiwahine would be
liable to the owners of the Dowsett
for more than the value of the Moi
wahine. The libel of the Pacific
Navigation Co. vs. S. C. Allen is
dismissed, A decree may be taken
out in the cross libel condemning the
Pacific Navigation Company in tho
sum of 8(176.30, interest and costs."
Mr. "Whiting, of counsel for libel
ants, noted an appeal to the Court
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Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? The Emit. Ice Cream Parlors,
II. J. Hurt, uropriutor.
How? l)v Telephone Mutual, 338,
Bell, IB-'. 73
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Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
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L'aniiy F.ittory nnu JiiHcry.
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There ) on will n'wiiy tlnd a great vnrle.
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and many other kinds of Cakes, Wed.
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No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Talking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, Ac.1
mti'ilu lit the bilctl designs
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 nnd 00 Hotel street,
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
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Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Reception and uookupu, from
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Wednesday, November 17th,
llegatta, from 9 o'clock, u. iu.
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from 0 o'clock
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The new and staunch
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Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. oh
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The steamer pasc along the cntir
coast of the leewnrd side of Unwell, af
fording tourists a panorama of clicra.
iug scenery, and will btop at Keskke
kuu Bay, where Hiflldent lime Is allow,
ed to visit iho Monument of Captain
Tourist by this route reach Punaluu
at 6 o'clock on the day niter leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night ou th
vessel, making thu entire passage la
kinoolh water. At Punaluu there 1j thu
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hy railroad to Piihaln. thenco hy ataga
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'tourists will have two iiiRhts and one
whole day at the Volcano lioutc.
Tickets for the round trip, $60, wbieh
includes all expenses.
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