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MONDAY, MAU. 28, 1887.
Stmr Kln.ui fiom windward ports
.Stmr Llkellko fiom Kaliuhil
Stmr Mikiihnlii from ICmuil
Stmr J A Cummins from Wnhiitiiuilo
.Schr Kuwnlkinl fiom IConliut
Schr Sarah nnd I'lla fiom Kool.iu
Stmr I.ehua from lliunnkiia
Stmr Kllnuea lion for Hniuakiiaiitftp in
Btmr C It KUliop for Katwl
Stmr HurprWo for Kuan
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
gel if Kauikeaoull for ICuhnhi
Selir Molwalilnu for Kohaliilclo
Bclir Calcrlna for Kutial
Scln T.eiihl for lliinalrl
Stmr Wnliilcnlc for Kilaitca and Ilaua
lel at H p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnaii for Maul and Hawaii at I
Stmr .Mlkahala for Kauai at fi p in
Stmr I.tkcllke for Kaliiilul and liana at
r. p m
Stuirjiw Mnkcu for Walaiuie ami Kapaa
Stmr I.ehua for windward ports at 5
Schr Josephine for Kwa
From windward poit", per steamer
Klnaii, March 27 Miss I'ciinctt, Airs
riereu, MNs l'leiec. Capt Livingstone,
J 11 Cii'tlc, X 1 White, S Jtotli, Hov A
O Korbc-i, F S Lyiiian, .Ir. K Untton, 0
Furneaux, Hon F Tallin, Father l'ouzot.
llro JScrthraui, 0 Xotley and wife, J
lli'demanii, .1 M 1'oepoe, I) L Ahphart,
J M Homer. .1 ltubentehi, W IMicllug,
Mlfcs A Kekuhl, M lto, .Ir, and -Hi
From Kauai, per steamer Mlkahida.
March 27 I'rof M M Scott, 0 Alee, .1
llicnienliclmer, W II ltlee. Chas Gay, .1
Kal.i, AV Iluteliliioii, .1 JluUermott, "J
Chinese and -12 deck.
From Kahuhil, liana, ete., Maul, per
planner Llkellko, Mareh 27 Hon II
Kulhelanl. Hon W C Parke, airs K II
IJalley, MUs Council, ailss MeShane.M
LouL-Von, air Downey, T Terketeou, air
Wheeler, " Chinese and 81 deek.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Surprise 1,000 bags Mig-ir.
Stmr Llkellko 7,817 bags Migar.
Stmr ailkalmla 2,008 bags wigar, 00
hags rice, !l horses, i;j hide?, and ai
Stmr Kiniui 11,000 hags sugar, ll!0
hags spud, 70 hags corn, 2.11 hides,
08 sheep, 530 goat bkins, 100 pkgs
Stmr Lehiia 2,500 hags sugar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
15k Kalakaua. Armstrong
llktne aiarv Wlnkehnan, Blake
Brig Allle Kowe, l'lillllps
Ger hk C K Bishop, Wolters
Tern W.SBownc, raid
In San Francisco, aiarch "tli, by the
Bev. John Gray. C. E. Haty of Hono
kaa, Hawaii, and Anne lletllchl of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. Tlieo. Soveriu haw opened u
photograph gallery at Ililo.
Tin: Bussian tailors that descited
the warship Vitiaz weio caught yes
terday. Bi'i'Aiim to School street bridge
have been completed, and the bridge
is now in a. safe condition.
Jilt. Bobenthal's lioiiho will Jc
open to-morrow, from 9 to !$ o'clock,
for public inspection.
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Yk peojilo luivo no need to fetch
candles to yo Old Folks Concerto, as
yo owner of yo aiulick Hall will
fupply yo needed lyte.
TllK Quintctto Club will give selec
tions of nuii-ie at the Hawaiian Hotel,
lo-inonow evening. The public nro
ain. Elniich, of the Temple of
Pashion, will have something to say
to the public, in the columns of the
Tin: Haw Alex. Jlaokintosh ic
("uests tho young ladies who collect
subscriptions for the Cathedral Build
ing Fund to hand them in by 'Wed
Hit. Brodio was so far lecovcred
from his recent indisposition last
Saturday ns to bo nblo to icsuiiio his
)rofess,ional visits to the Queen's
iNCKKAKGof patronage to thosteair.
laundry is proof of its growing popu
larity. Soino who have recently niado
u lirst trial of tho institution express
Tin: display of new summer goods
lit tho Popular Millinery llouso is
very pretty. Tho ladies hats aio par
ticularly noticeable. A significant
featuro of the now styles is a decided
diminution of height.
Tin: Marshal walked into tho Com
mercial Saloon Saturday night, and
gave homo of tho boys a scare.
Though it was only a friendly visit
his sudden appearance caused a rush
A Tiu.ni'iiONi: message received this
afternoon, said that air. aiai'shall,
who loft hero for Ewa in a sulky, this
morning, met with an accident near
Ewa and fractured an arm and a leg.
A earriago was dispatched to Ewa,
and it is expected back with .Mr.
Marshall this evening.
Tin: Russian warship glided out
of the harbor yesterday morning, to
tho niiibio of her own band, bound
for Japan. During the ship's brief
stav of two or tlueo days in port, air.
J. F. Haekfold, Acting Russian Viee
Coijsul, did his utmost to nuiko the
visij agieeablo to her captain and
At yo Old J'olkes Concerto on vo
next Friday nyto certaino worldllu
fongos and other doing will bo fuller
ed, wli will add to yo incriicineiit.
Yo lingers will be in goodo tune, nnd
yo eoftuniCH of excellent liandiworke.
Yo entrance mite fhall bo rcafonable.
A fcrr.ci.u. meeting of tho Honolulu
Billcs is culled for to-night, at the
usual hour nnd place, to take pre
liminary action in regard to the pro
posed battalion organization. Tho
matter to bo discussed being of un
usual interest, a full meeting is de
sired. Whim: the tchooner Wiiilclc was
beating her way out of the harbor to
sea, Satuulay afternoon, three natives
canio rushing down to tho boat-landing.
A boat was piocuicd and u race
ensued. The three natives, sailors of
the schooner, managed to catch the
vessel at the light house, after u hard
Fito.M tho Volcano House, for tho
past week, come the following le
ports : Action on both sides of Halo
maumuu; themomcler varied from
70 tho highest to " I the lowest; tho
rain fall was 2.75-100. Tho Volcano
passengers by tho last steamer have
all oxpiessed tlicnuelvcs pleased with
Cai'TAI.v V. V. Ashford, command
ing ollleer of the Itilles has ordered a
now emblem to surmount tho stall' of
tho beautiful Hag presented to tho
corps last Friday night. It will con
sist of ii globe, surmounted by the
Hawaiian Ciown, with tho national
motto, "Uu liinii ka En o ku Aina i
kn 1'ono," carved on the globe.
At about 8 o'clock this morning
two repoits, like pistol shots, in rapid
succession, disturbed the neighbor
hood of Fort and Merchant streets.
Immediately following the leports
fiiino a shower of stones and a slight
stampede of horses and people. Tho
cause of the disturbance was blasting
at the foundation of the new Alc
Tin: statement in Saturday's issue,
regit i ding the placing of the electric
light in tlio ltillo armory, was slightly
at fault. Tho light was put in by
special order of His aiajesty the
King, who has from tho lirst. to last
taken tho kindliest interest in the
success of Hie Hilles, u fact which
every member thereof duly appre
ciates. O.N Friday last, while arrangements
weio being made for the ltillo drill
and dance, air. John Oat discovered
Dr. Goto's loof on lire. Ladders
were put against the house and the
blno extinguished with buckets of
water, just in time to prevent what
might have been u serious lire. The
lire was caused by u spark from tho
cook-house falling on a bundle of dry
leaves that had collected on tho roof.
Tin: Hawaiian Bille Association,
now about 85 strong and embracing
the names of some of the most influ
ential businees men of Honolulu, are
circulating a subscription paper, to
raise funds for the purpose of fitting
up their range for tho accommoda
tion of guests and for public conveni
ence. Shelter-sheds, to guard against
rain and heat, double bulk-heads, a
1,000 yard i.ingo and several other
improvements, are contemplated. A
fair amount of money has already
been subscribed, and there is every
indication of success to the project.
The I?o,yal Hawaiian Hand will
play at .Emma Square this even
ing, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme:
aiarch Honolulu Bllles
Ovei ture Itulienhl
l'olka l.ove and Truth
Selection Grand aiogul
alt. l.ove Dieamlaud.
Song I.a 1'aloma
ScholtUcliee Slightly on the JIash.
ARREST OF SUSPECTED MURDERERS.
Captain Campbell of tho steamer
Tames Makco reports that three men
were arrested last week at 'Wainiea,
Kauai, on suspicion of having mur
dered a German, that was killed at
that plaeo some seven or eight
mouths past. It happened that a
half-Tahitinn, who was connected
with the affair, beat his wife cruelly,
and the woman went out and report
ed the affair to tho authorities; henoe
the arrest. This man had told his
wife everything concerning the mur
der. P. C. Advertiser.
KAUMAKAPILI SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
The Kaumakapili Sunday Schools
assembled in the church schoolroom,
yesterday morning, fortho customary
quarterly exhibition. Jlr. A. L.
Smith, the general superintendent,
was in attendance, Nine schools,
each under tho leadership of its
regular conductor, were on tho pro
gramme, 1 ho schools exhibited in
three equal parts of three schools in
each, the congregation singing a
hymn between each part, with a
detachment of tho Royal Hawaiian
Brass Band leading tho congrega
tional singing, The exhibition exer
cises consisted of tho usual singing,
declamation, and paleehism, The
sweet singing of the children always
constitutes a marked and main
feature of the exercises. A novolty
of yesterday's exhibit was a set
of pictorial hauliers, representing
incidents in scripture history, The
pupils stood on tho platform holding
these banners furled around tho
sticks to which (hey wero attached,
As each pupil recited a scripture
nariallvc, the banner was unfurled,
showing the picture representing tho
event. The entire exercises wero
interesting, and wero performed
very creditably to all participants.
KAPIOLANI PARK ASSOCIATIONS.
A mooting of the Directors of tlio
Kapiolanl l'ark Association was
held on Saturday morning nt the
olllee of Messrs Wm. G. Irwin &
Co. There were present Hon A.
S. Clcghorn, President; II. A.
Widcmann, Vice-President; Hon.
Win. G. Irwin, Treasurer; Mr. II.
H. Maefarlane, Secretary; air. Jno.
II. Paty, Auditor; Hon. V. II.
Ilayselden, Messrs. Tom aiay nnd
G. We9t. The minutes of Hie pre
vious meeting were read and ap
poved. The principal business was
a discussion in regard to the Park,
and a resolution was adopted that
all tho Directors, eleven In number,
should visit the Park next week to
decide upon what improvements
should bo carried out. The wages
of the manager, McCullum, were
raised from 10 to 800 per .month.
fP. C. Advertiser.
Major R. II. Ilendcrshot, tho
Drummer hoy of tho Rappahan
nock, will leave San Francisco for
Honolulu aiarch L'Dth. While here
ho proposes giving an exhibition of
his skill on the drum, which from
from accounts that have
reached usws certainly marvelous.
Aside from being the best profes
sional drummer in the -orld, ho has
a brilliant war record. When only. 13
years old he was wounded twice and
especially mentioned in General
Orders for bravery. At the battle
of Fredericksburg his diuin was
shattered by a bursting bomb. Ho
then took a musket and did excel
lent service in that memorable bat
tle, there receiving his wounds.
After tho battle Horace Greely,
hearing of his bravery, and how ho
lost his drum, presented him with a
nilvc.r drum, which lie prizes very
highly, and always carries it with
him. While here, he wilt be sup
ported by local talent, who have
been engaged for the occasion.
Messrs. E. P. Adams it Co. have
two large auction sales arranged for
this week. The Ihst is down for
Wednesday, the 30th instant, and
Hie second, for Saturday, the 2nd of
April. Wednesday's sale will be at
the residence of air. JL Rosenthal,
corner of Lunalilo and Pcnsacola
streets, and will embrace that
gentleman's entire household fur
niture, said to comprise the most
elegant and varied assortment of
Kensington enibroidcied and hand
painted goods ever offered at pub
lic auction in this town. Saturday's
sale is of air. Duval's residence, on
Lunalilo street. ' The dwelling is a
two-story building, erected on a lot
with a frontage of 110 feet and a
depth of 150 feet. At tho back of
the lot arc a carriage house and a
stable. On Tuesday the 5th of
April, the same auctioneers will
offer tho entire household furniture
of J. IS. Castle, at his residence,
at the corner of Kinau and Kapio
lani streets, on account of that
gentleman's intended departure
from the kingdom.. Full particulars
of these coming sales are specilied
in our advci Using columns. Per
mission to inspect the dwelling
house of air. Duval maj bo obtain
ed by application to the auctioneers.
Mr. Castle's furniture will be open
to view on the day before tho sale.
COMBINED BAND CONCERT AT
A combination concert by the
Royal Hawaiian Band and tho Band
of the Russian warship Vitiaz was
given nt Emma Square, Saturday
aftornoon. By 4 o'clock, tho time
appointed to begin, mo3t of the
shaded scats in tliosquaro wcie.occu
pied by ladies, gentlemen and chil
dren, and a little later vacancies weic
scarcer still. The drive around the
outside of the enclosure and the
adjacent portion of Emma street
wero pretty well packed with car
riages and horses. Tlio piogratnnio
was arranged in three parts, the
first consisting of three pieces, by
our own band, the second, four
pieces by the Russian band, and the
third, four pieces, by tho twp bands
together. Tic Hawaiian Band was
conducted by its regular master,
Herr Bcrgcr, and the Russian by its
permanent leader, Ilorr York, a
German who has been in the service
of the Czar for a term of forty
years. Tho niusio of our own band
was of the usual good quality which
wo are accustomed to, and that of
tho Russian band was characterized
by a pleasing softness and sweet
ness. Tho combined bauds num
bered 48 musicians tlo Hawaiian
27 and the Russian 21. Tip altcr
noon was elpur and bright, greatly
contributing to tho plcasuro of the
During an interval in the music,
Jlr, J. W. Lunlng presented air.
Bcrgcr with a whalebone baton,
mounted with silver, accompanied
by a card on which was written tho
following; ''Presented to Profes
sor II, Berger by J. W. Liming, for
nn act of kindness, aiarch 15,
Tho dead body of n man was dis
covered floating in tho harbor, near
tho cattle pen, yesterday morning.
Tho police being notified,, proceeded
to tho spot indicated, and took tho
body out of the water, placing it
In tho cattle pen landing. Dr.
Trousseau examined tho body later
in the day, and made, a report lo
the Marshal in writing, as follows:
IIox. J. L. Kai'M'Koi;,
Marshal of tlio Kingdom.
Sin At your request, this -'7th
tluy of March, 1887, I wont lo the
faille landing in Honolulu harbor to
examine a dead body. Hour of the
day, 1:30 v. u. ; sex, male; age,
probably 30 to 35 ; nationality, prob
ably Hawaiian ; size, medium ;
mail's, tattooing on inner side of
left arm in this fashion, IZAIA
IIulu. Tho face is much disfigured
and the skin paitly d '.ached, also
about the loins and right arm. The
body is well nourished and shows
no marks of violence. I am of
opinion that this person met his
death by drowning in salt water, the
death having taken place within the
last thirty-six hours.
Gi:o. Tiiol'ssi:.vl', M. D.
The deceased had been employed
on tho schooner Wailele, as mate,
and was missing last Friday morn
ing. The body was clothed and
$1.00 in silver wero found in the
pockets. How ho enmo into the
water is unknown. The interment
took plaeo yesterday afternoon, at
the aiakikl cemetery, at the expense
of air. A. F. Cooke, president of
tho Pacific Navigation Company.
No inquest was held.
The large electric illuminator at
the front entrance lo the Palace en
closure lighted the people into the
Hawaiian Opera House, Saturday
night, and the same means lighted
llieiii out again. This latter was a
change from the entertainments of
the picvious week. The light hav
ing on those occasions been extin
guished at 10 o'clock, before tho
performances were over, the street
was disagreeably dark". The time
for stopping the light was extended
on Saturday night, for tlio conveni
ence of the play-goers, by the eon
siderateness of air. D. P. Smith a
eoiisideratencss which wa- appreci
ated. When the curtain rose, at
minutes past 8 o'clock, the Opera
House was crowded in every pint,
and thirteen figures with blackened
faces, arranged in a curved line,
appeared to view on the stage. II.
W. aiorse, interlocutor, was the
central figure. At the right end, as
seen from the auditorium, was W.
G. Armstrong, seconded by E. F.
Bishop. These two gentlemen were
in possession of 'tambourines, which
they used during tiie evening with
considerable dexterity. II. von
Holt and W. II. Hoogs handled tho
bones, at the other end.
The audience was put in good
humor by a lively opening piece,
sang by tho full company. Then
W. G. Armstrong sang "Shine on,"
the company helping in the chorus.
Armstrong got a bunch of flowers,
which probably came, in the first
instance, from a fascinated young
lady. The idea of shining on was
agreeable to the listeners, and they
said "let it shino on," but the shin
ing ceased, nevertheless, and they
were told how "alary had gone with
a Coon," which made them laugh.
J. M. Bright received, a nosegay for
singing the "Beautiful Girl of Kil
dare," and her charming ladyship
had to bo trotted out a second tune.
It was no use W. II. Hoogs trying
to get off with onu recital of "aic
Carthy's fancy ball," but McCarthy
must hop around onco more. The
audieneo evidently liked to sec and
hear E. F. Bishop "Lay this old
head low," for they asked him to do
it again ; but he opened his moutlif
looked vacant, and affected not to
understand, probably thinking that
once was enough to havo that old
head in so uncomfortable a position.
II. AY. aiorso's clear, sonorous,
musical singing of "Tlio Harvest
Home" was complimented by a
bunch of pretty flowers, and before
a repetition could bo asked for, the
end men started in, moved the "pre
vious question," and choked off the
encore. "I'll be dar," with local
allusions, was just in the lino of
H. von Holt's capabilities. Every
body laughed, and sQincbody sent
forward a great nosegay as big as a
bath tub, when Harry said "1 will
pay on Monday." But tlio amused
audieneo forced liini lo stay "dar,"
and pay thcni by a second' edition.
The last solo was by J. M. Dowsctt,
who sang "I'll take you home, Kath
leen," and Jack took tho young lady
homo so manfully and nicely that he
was rewarded with a beautiful bou
quet for his gallantry.
A Hawaiian chorus by live Ha
waiiniis, whoso names were not on
tho programme, was a line speci
men of sweet, plaintive harmony.
On their reliroinent a loud and pro
longed call for moro was raised,
which was unwillingly responded to
with a solo and ehoru's in Hawaiian.
Tills was received with demonstra
tions of approbation.
Tho various songs and choruses
wero interlarded with uncommonly
thjtic sljc'cs of conundirutns, puns,
and jokes, that excited bursts of
laughter. Their special merit, from
thu standpoint of tho people who
wero amused, was their local point.
For instanco: The Marshal wati said
to bo lil-u a shark, hecauso ho is
dangerous around tlio bath house.
The difference between tho Govern
ment and a drunken man is, that the
one can stand alone (a loan) and
tho other cannot. The difference
between nil architect and air.
Lulling is, that an architect can
draw a hotiso and Liming cannot.
It was hot at the Honolulu Rifles'
ball, because the soldiers wero nil
mustered (mustuid). Berger is tlio
best runner in town, hecauso ho'is
always beating time, etc., etc.
"Tlio Skids," by Mewa. Ci Mile
fat lane, W. G. Armstrong, W, II.
lInogs,Iv.l Bishop, II. von Ilolt,and
II. W. aiorse, was a capitally-played
burlesque of military drill, in which
thu commanding ollleer, II. AY.
Morse, "took off" the pedautiu and
ridiculous method of giving the word
of command rather characteristic of
Hawaiian soldiering, and every
member of the corps played his part
alessrs. C. Maefarlane and AA'. G.
Armstrong's character sketch, ).
Appleby's banjo solos, AY. II.
Hoogs' character ong, the "Japa
nese bamboo polo net" by Low and
Arms! i ong, all of which were re
ceived with applause, led up to the
concluding faice, "Slippery Day."
The printed programme referred to
this ns a "side-splitting farce," and
its presentation proved it to be all
that. The local characters and
scenes introduced were so truo to
life and fact that they were recog
nized at a glance. Osniaii Day's
dialect was all there. The Presi
dent of the Hawaii Base Bail Club,
in quest of a chaitcr, exhibited
his hugo proportions. A familiar
Hebrew character was perfectly imi
tated in dress, gait, and speech. A
band of serenadeis, with battered
instruments playing in frightful dis
cord, and shouting "Happy New
Year," carried the audience back to
the 31st of last December. The bur
lesque of the Alleyne-AYade present
ation of the murder scene in "Puck"
was infinitely better played by the
local amateurs than the tragedy by
the foreign professionals. The dole
ful "Kiss me, darling," by two
guitar-boys decorated witli leis, was
precisely what is heard every night
around the city. These, and other
characters, in the second act of the
farce, mostly found their way to the
Kapiolani Bath-house, the outside
only of which was visible lo the
audience. Fiom the mournful
dirge of "Kiss me, darling," the
noise within rapidly grew into a ter
rible upioar and racket, when the
Marshal of the Kingdom, a faultless
imitation of the original, stealthily
stole into the bath-house. A dead
silence ensiled for a second or two,
then a scramble and a itish for the
window, and tho boys came tumbling
down over tlio slippery steps, mostly
head first (in sight of the audience),
into tlio water, which was well repre
sented, and disappeared. The last
fellow was caught by the feet, just
as he was clearing from tlio window,
and suspended, head down, by the
Marshal, whose face and figure wero
now visible to the audience. Here
the curtain fell, and thu throng of
spectators roared and shook with
laughter. Our reporter complains
of aching sides till now, and says
he can scarcely get his mouth back
to a size for embracing a cigar.
The orchestra, under the direction
of Bandmaster Borger, contributed
its full share to the evening's enter
tainment, which was an unqualified
success, from first to last.
F. HORN AS A CATERER.
Tho proprietor of the Vionccr
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery and
Ice Cream l'arlor, air. F. Horn, m
a special notice in this evening's
paper, informs the public that he is
ready to cater for feasts and balls,
air. Horn possesics a record of 25
years in that lino in Honolulu, he
having catered for Kaiuehaineha IAr.
and V., for Lunalilo, and on several
occasions for tho present Sovereign.
At thu Bille ball last Friday night,
Jlr. Y Horn woikcd under ii disad
vantage (lack of room), but, never
theless, maintained his reputation as
a first class caterer. Following is
the list of refreshments served at
the drill and dance:
1. Creams: Vanilla, lemon, cho
colate and strawberry.
2. Cakes: Fruit, pound, spongo,
iellcy and coeoanut, round and orna
mented ; the samo in squares ami
pyramids, and fruit cake four tiers.
3. Pastries: Lady (insert, citron.
currant, chocolate, wine drops and
macaronis; cream puffs, chocolate
glaces, orange, vanilla, nowli, straw
berry, and kisses with strawberry
I, Jellies: Strawberry, port and
claret, in moulds nnd squares.
!. Illauc manges: Almond and
cream, in moulds and squares.
(i. Confectionery: Iloiue manu
facture, French candies: mixed,
ehoeolalo creams and ice cream
chewing candies; crystallized fruits.
7. Beverages: Soda water, lemon
ade, port and plain; coffee with
8. Ham Sandwiches.
10. Fruits: Oranges, nuts and
Kveryono expressed themselves
pleased with tho refreshments and
tlio good-naturodncss and civility of
tho caterer, air. Horn.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Tim 1'oliee Court has never been
so crowded as it was this mornine;.
Tho audieneo wan a very mixed ono
and included nearly every nation
ality. Tlieie were nreiscut, husiness
men, clerks, both Hindi and great;
haek-diiveiHj wahinej', u,ool anil
inferioi-lookinu; minstrels, diidcn,
whoso clothes looked dry; in fact,
nearly every would-be swell in town
was theie. They wero not there
moiely for the Mike of curiosity, but
on important btihiness. Ollleer Hop
kins had been iiitorvicwiuc; them thu
lust few days and procented each ono
with u sheet of paper, on which ,vas
Wiilten: "You aio subpa-naeil as a
witness in the ease of Charles Moli
teno, charued with keopine; a dis
orderly lionise, to wit, tho KapiobiiiJ
Until Hotlsc." The Court room
Would luivo been still nloro crowded
if all tho witllces had heed sjtb
peonned. But the officers have Had
trouble in finding a good many. It
is whispered that several who wero
present at the bath house, that
night, listening to Hie strains of
"Kiss mo mother, darling," bad
taken their dcpattiiro to tho other
side of (he island when thoy heaid
they weic likely to bo hauled up os
witnesses. One of the number was
said lo bo a very inipoitant witness
and tho cose could not proceed
The first ease called was that of
fi. E. (!. Jackson and James Ben
nett, brought up on lemand for
affray. They weio ordered to stand
up befoio His Honor and did to.
The boatswain winked his eye nnd
appeared to enjoy the proceedings.
The Marshal asked that the clutigu
of iifl'ray and also the charge of as
sault and battery picfenod against
Bennett by Jackson, bo both nolle
prosd. The Cum t granted the ic
qticst and both defendant were dis
charged and left the Court.
Louis Howell was charged with
selling goods of foieigu manufacture,
to wit, a book entitled "aiaidonbood
and aiothcrhood, or ten phases of
woman's life" without a leniency. Tho
defendant who was ioprc.entcd by
air. John T. Dare pleaded guilty.
His counsel asked for licensing on
tho jilea of guilty. Being a new
comer, ho was not acquainted with
the laws of the Kingdom. Thorn
weic others selling books hero who
had no licence, and he was not aware
ho was doing wrung. It was the first
case of the kind brought up in the
court and should be dealt lightly
with. His Honor said ho would im
pose a liyht penalty as tho defendant
was a now comer. He would be
fined $15 or in default ten days im
prisonment at bard labor. Costs $3.
The fine was paid twenty minutes
Three drunks forfeited bail of $0
James Kukona, fur assault and
batten on airs, ltobinson, forfeited
bail of" if 10.
(i. II. Baker was charged with vio
lating Kxpiess rule Xo. 3 by dit-oboy-ing
the Hack Inspector's orders. Hn
was disclmrgod. His honor made
the remark that hack drivers slioujd
learn to bo civil, and when told to
move on by the Hack Inspector
should do so without talking back.
When Charles aiolteno was called
there was dead silence in the loom.
A few quivering lips and trembling
knees could bo noticed by a hasty
glance at the audience, air. Peter
son, the Deputy Attorney-General
enteied a charge of selling liquor
without a license against aiolteno
rEMPLE OF FASHION,'
a & (J5 Fort
By tho Zealandiii, due here on the Sth of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich -will return to Honolulu, -with one of tho Larg
est and host -Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public are cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 S. EHRLICH.
l.Ml'OUTI'lt AMI) DKAI.KIt I.N
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Comer Fort & Merchant Street, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Iliniai: bought tho entire Stock of
Ming and dents' Mil iMs-
From tho Temple of Fashion at ro.iiry reduced iat')3, wo now oiler thum to our
numoroiia patrons at nritcs which doly competition.
These goods aro Ural class in every icspect and consist of all grades and qua,
I, Mai for
In ou'crilne, them to our customers wo would mojt respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we are giving them lliu hi'iiellt of our ehea'p bargain and
invite the public in general to give us a call mill examine these goods before pur
ehiiHlng elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
la too well known lo need espeohil comment. 6
Chas. T. Gullck Notary Public
Itvcorils Searched, Abstract of Title
FuiiiUlieil, nnd Convt-yanccs
Drawn on short notice.
CollccllQit Agoncy.-s-Mn. JOHN GOOD,
J 1 1 . , Authorized Collector.
Employmonl Agency. Sin. F. MARCOS,
Goncral Business Agency No. 33 Mer
chant till ret,
Hell Teleiilionc 3IH. r.O. IIox 415.
kU.I ...'....! r-ii .. :......, i. .1 j.i, 111 '-r 1 1 'iiu"
" us i "ji u iciiit'.ie.k mini lAiiurv
Hob, Patil Xctiiiinim wllO appear
ed for the defendant said that as this
was n new charge prefcrrd against
his client, be was not piepared to
plead. As tho Crown had obliged
him injinany instance he would like
to return the courtesy and would
hae no objection to (be remand
akcd for. A largo number of wit
iiesteshad been subpeenaed and they
were all present, as could bo seen by
the crowded state of the Court room.
air. Peterson said several of the
most important witnesses had sud
denly taken it into their heads to
have a vacation. Their attendanco
w.i desired and that was tho reason
for asking for a remand.
air. Neumann said IhaL most of
the witnesses required had not been
in the kingdom for the last seven
iiuuitliH. lie Vias very sorry IhaL
(hose who had attended (his morn
ing as spcetiilois had lo bo disap
pointed. The defendant was then leiuaudcd
to Thursday when he will bo tried
on the two charges of keeping a dis
oiderly bouse and rolling liquor
without a license.
170R llrst.class Carriages, good horse?,
? anil civil and eireful drivers, ring
up Telephones Xo. '.I3i. RciuciiiIkt, it
coils no more for a ride in a good car
riage than ItdoiM In a had one. I tone,
lulu Caningc Co., Stand corner of Foit
and Muichatit ?t. '.)! lw
D I VI DEN 1) NOTICE.
A MONTHLY DIYIDKXD OK OXB
Dollar pi'r share will bo payable
on the capital stock of ihe Peoples' Ice
1 and Itafrigcrator Cjtiipinv on TUKS-
IJAA, tho -."lili day of aiarch, at the
03 at AW L. KOSTKIt, Seo'y.
Fur Snlu or Jjuasu.
riMIOSK PRHMISES SITUATED OX
JL I'tttialiou .Street called "Ilananilo.
Ida," the propct ty of C. llludd, aro for
sale or for lease lor a term of years.
Per pattlculan inquire of
" ALEX. .1. CAimVKIUHT.
Honolulu, Dec. in, ITO. KOS
OXi: TKAat CAR AND 00 FJJKT
of T lt'ills, six pounds to the foot,
with bolts and (l-li-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse ur l'lnntntion.
Apply to HOLLISTKK & CO.
FOR SALE I
ONB LA11GE LOT, coruer Pcnsacola
mid Luiiiilllo tiN., which can be
divides! into two or more building lots.
Eliqiiiraof G. AVEST,
1031 Of AVcst, Dnw & Co.
the liicli ail Poor alike.
H. HAOKFELD & Co.
at Epo & Co.'s
Fliailitiii. Bolls ftHiiikn.