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WEDNKSDAY, APRIL C. 1887.
Stmr Jim lnkuo for Kiuinl
Sehr Knulkeaoull from Kolinhi
Stmr C It Bishop ftom Kmini
Schr lliilo.iknliv from l(i)uclio
SchrJlanuoksiwul from Koohui
Stmr lunhinl forl.uhnhiu uiul llunml.im
at 8 u in
Stmr (Jit lllshop forXuwIUwHI ut-t pm
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jus AluKco for Winuuao only at 0
I'or Kauai, pur stmr Shkaliala, April
r .Miss A Wlddclleld, lluilicit O Dole,
Walter H Dole, lUta Marlon Dole,
Slices Mnry ami Xulllo Wntcrhouso.
Slls-i liliiuoho Cornwull, and about SO
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Selir Muiiuokiiwnt 00 bags llco and
70 hns bran.
Schr Llhollho 1,021 bagi mht.u-.
Stmr Mukce ?,010 luga Migiir.
Stmr Ulsliop 1,805 bags Hiigar. ,
'I'ho baik St. Lucie cleared from New
Yoik March '.23, for Honolulu.
VESSELS IH PORT.
Ilk Kalakaua, Arnistiong
llktue Morning Star. Turner
llgtno Clans bpieckcls. Drew
llktnu Planter, l'uriiiuau
IS S Austialia, lloudlelt
LOCAL & GENERAL .NEWS.
Thk Sunicmo Court Bits in Jlunco
Wooi.ham was acquitted on tho
icliargo of cattle stealing.
Tin: IIuyseUlon-Thonias Malicious
Injurycato was closed by u "nol pros."
Musmih. Cnstlo & Cooko ndvertiso
"fictth salmon" in bands anil half
A l'UM. account of tliu Ocean Yacht
Unco will bo found on tho foiutli
Mil. Louis Adler has leturned from
California with an elegant block of
Unit Majesty Queen Kapiolani paid
n visit to Minister and Mis. Merrill,
A ri:w changes will bo found in
Mosms. J. E, Uiown & Co.'s real es
Lkttkus for II. U. M. S. Caroline
camo heru by tho Australia yester
day. " The Cuioline is supposed to bo
fcoutli, and is expected heio boon.
To-Moituow, at 10 o'clock a. Jt.,
Messrs. Adam & Co. will sell at auc
tion the hoiibchold furniture of Cap
tain Fuller, at No. 8, Kukui street.
Mn. Frank McStocker was appoint
ed special beaicli ngent for tho Min
ister of Finance, by Jlis Excellency
L. Aholo, on tho Ifitli of last month.
Mn. W. G. Irwin and u party of
fiiends will leavo'at 0 o'clock to
moriow morning for an exclusion to
Wnituiiio, on tho steamer .Tas. Makec.
They will leturn in tho evening.
Tiir.m: will bo a meeting of Ha
waiian Lodge, No. 21, F. it A.
M., this evening, at 7:.10 o'clock.
Work in tho second degiee. All
sojourning brotheis nro invited to
Evkuy niember of Iho Geo. W.
DeLong Post, G. A. It., should make
it a point to attend a spccjnl meeting
of the Tost, to bo held at 7 -M0 o'clock
Friday ovoning, to give a heaity wcl
como to u biother holdier, Major K.
II. llendcrsliot, the famous drummer.
PART OF THE LOAN.
11 the S. S. Australia, came
$210,000 in gold coin to Messrs.
Bishop & Co., of which sum, $181,
000 was on account of tho Govern
Tho Master of tho Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, F. & A. M., has received
word that tho Grand .Master of the
Grand Lodge of California, will pay
an ollleial visit to Honolulu by the
steamer Alameda, due on the lfith
The latest sugar quotations arc:
New York, Culm centrifugals, !)C
per cent test, 5.1C cents ; San Fran
cisco, Manila basis, 01 per cent test,
1.49 cents; London, German beet,
88 per cent test, lis.
The flno inflicted on the Japanese
who assaulted another Jap with a
jlangproiiB weapon, was 650, and
not $100 as repotted at the time.
Uy a coincidence a contemporary
made the same en or?
CHURCH BELL CHIMES.
The now cliimo of hells for Kan
makapili Chmcli were tested last
evening for the first time. It being
n novelty, it drow together a largo J
concourso oi natives, mo inanu
pulator, Mr. Wray Taylor, played
several airs to the delight of his
wide-spread mulicnco, tho bells
being audible n milo or so off.
Somo of tho airs sounded nicely,
whilst others were slightly defec
tive in harmony, a defect which can
Wfjt jo rquiuuica ill time. -
Tho "Drummer Boy of the Knpa
hannock" will give hisllrst enter
tainment at the Opera Hottso on
.Saturday evening next. Judging
from the gratuitous sample of drum
ming he favored tho public with last
evening, ho deserves to bo liberally
pationized. The box-plan opens to
morrow morning at the olllcc of
Messrs. J. K. Brown & Co., In whoso
windows tho drums arc now on exhibition.
FUNERAL OF W0NC KIM.
About 110 firemen, GO of whom
arc members of the China Engine
Co. No. 5, assembled this afternoon
to attend tiie funeral of the Into
llrcman Wong Kim. First Assistant
Engineer J. Asch, Engineer J:
White, Fire Marshal J. McGuirc,
Iiobt. More, foi email of Engine Co.
No. l,anda number of prominent
Chinese merchants. The funeral
started from Maunakca street at
2 :!I0 this afternoon, headed by the
THE BISHOP OF OLBA'S NAME'S-OAY.
Last evening tho Faculty and
pupils of St. Louis College tendered
a complimentary concert to His
Lordship tho Bishop of Olba, com
memorativo of his name's day. Tho
music was excellent, and the occa
sion extremely pleasant. Tho con
cert, which was at tho college, was
private. Following is tho pro
gramme: 1 Oveiturc Mcuin et Tiiimi
, St. L.U.B.B.
2 Congratulatory AUdi ess.
J O Sweet K cii'g Hour. College Choir
0 Popular Medley Orchestra
8- Andante Unspoken Sextette
10 Tulip Pdlka Junior Oiehcstra
12 Knlry Whispers College Choir
1 1 Lcbe Wold Polonaise Orchestra
10 Oveiturc-Eeho St. L. C.U.'D.
Company B, of the Honolulu
Killcs, mustered 1G in the ranks
hibt evening. During the drill, an
order was read, appointing 15. F.
Bishop, 1st Sergeant; F. L. Winter,
Quartermaster Sergeant; A. Robert
son", 2nd Sergeant ; II. Meyers, 3rd
Sergeant, and A. Brown, 4th Ser
geant. The position of 5th scr
gcant'is vacant. The appointments
of coporals were, Morse, 1st ; Wic
kie, 2nd ; Oat, 3rd ; Wagener, 4th ;
Magoon, 5th; Gibson, Gth, and Cra
zier, 7th. The position of 8th copo
ral is vacant. An order was also
read appointing J. II. Heist, Regi
mental Quartermaster Sergeant, and
F. Godfrey, Ordnance Sergeant. In
Company A, J. L. Torbert, was
appointed 1st Sergeant, W. A. S.
Beals, Quartermaster Sergeant;
Chas. Wilder, 2nd Sergeant; H.
Reid, 3rd Sergeant, and F. Wood,
4th Sergeant. Tho position of 5th
sergeant is vacant. Every member
of the staff, commissioned and non
commissioned olllcers, is subject to
legular diills, independent of staff
position or rank, in order that they
may become proficient in all duties
as privates, etc. Tho election of
1st lieutenant for Company B, to
llll tho vacancy, declined by Mr.
Geo. Stratmeyer, elected, will take
place next Tuesday night.
THE MOONLICHT BAND CONCERT.
Last evening's concert had special
attractions. A delightful evcuing,
an assurance of good music from
tho Royal Hawaiian Band, and the
expectation of seeing and hearing
Major llendcrsliot, tho famous
drummer, brought together an un
usually numerous company at Emma
The programme was attractive,
but when it was announced that
Major llendcrsliot, tho "Drummer
Boy of the Rapahannock," would
probably play a solo on his magic
drum, it became specially alluring.
The first part of tho programme
closed with the Hawaiian song of
"Maliina Malamalama," which eli
cited as an encore, the charming
melody of "White' Wings," both
a'us being accompanied by tho saxo
phones. Tho interval was devoted
to tho drum playing of Major llen
dcrsliot. The Major was introduced
by Commander Lainc, of tho Geo.
W. DoLong Post, G. A. R., who
gave a brief outlino of his militiuy
career, vouching for his being tho
original Major llendcrsliot, adding
that the Major would give a practi
cal illustration of his being an accom
plished drummer. Of the Major's
his modesty lie would say nothing,
lie being noted for usually making
a great noise.
Tho Major stepped forward to tho
sido of tho pavilion and said:
"Citizens of Honolulu, band
master, (turning to Prof. Berger),
and musicians, after listening to the
charming musip that has just been
discoursed by these talented musi
cians, I conio boforo you feeling
like a "raco horse" that has had
tho blanket on for several days, and
Is out of training. I have just
stepped ashoro from tho S. S. Aus
tralia and naturally feel stiff. I
will, therefore, divest myself of my
coal, and proceed to manipulate tho
drumsticks accompauicd by my son
on tho life."
The Major suited tho action to
thu word, and proceeded to play on
his beautiful drum, literally electri
fying tho audience. An encore
was vociferously and enthusiasti
cally demanded, the "boys" shout
ing out "Race Hpibo," "Raco
Horse," a itoiu dc plume, which
thoy readily christened the drummer.
Tho Major replied with tho "Jay
Bird" which was a masterpiece of
drumming. Tho reception awarded
him was enthusiastic, and altogether
it proved a delightful concert.
JU91ICK Jt'CUJXY, PKIMIUIKa.
Wkdni:sday, April Gth.
W. II. Vanco was brought up this
morning for sentence. Vance being
arraigned for sentence, tho Court
said: You havo been convicted of
tho offense of an assault with a
dangerous weapon, a pistol. The
views that I am about to express,
are concurred in by all the Judges.
Wo regard tho offense of pistol
shooting as highly criminal. It is
truo that the practice lias become
very common in many of tho Ameri
can States. There, the habit of
carrying weapons is common, al
though unlawful, and the use of
them is frcnucnt. This has not been
the case in this kingdom and the
Court will endeavor to treat in
stances of It when they occur, in a
way to discourage the practice.
The direct tendency of a man's
carrying u pistol is to cause other
men to carry pistols, until, if per
mitted, the practice becomes gen
eral. Pistols being carried are then
used. It comes upon the mcro
motion of tho hand, a man is shot
down in alleged self-defence. That
is a barbarous condition of tilings,
and not tho condition of a coun
try governed by law. In your
case the aim was a closo one,
and Mardcn narrowly escaped
wounds or death. There was cer
tainly no justification for it, and no
provocation. 'You have brought
your case to this Court by your ap
peal after a proper conviction and a
moderate sentence. You had no
reasonable defence to make here.
Everything was admitted hero to
support the charge. The Court in
tends generally to mark appeals
taken without reason and where the
penalty has been right, by an in
crease of the penalty. But the
main reason for tho increase which
tho Court is about to give, is, that
it considers tho former penalty as
too light for the offense. Intcad of
the four months' imprisonment, the
Court now imposes six months, it
rqduces the line fiom 100 to 850,
as tho Court docs not desiro to pun
nlsh such an offense so much by
fine as by imprisonment.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Wednesday, April Gth.
A hack driver was called upon to
pay $9 for having been drunk on his
Three Portugueso appeared to
answer a charge of assault and bat
tery on a companion of theirs. Tho
victim of their wrath appeared in
Court with a whito bandago around
his head, his eyes peeping forth
above a damaged aud swollen face.
The case was remanded.
Another Portuguese on a similar
charge, pleaded provocation, but
was nevertheless fined $5 and $3
THE AMERICAN REFINERY.
01' STOCK WHAT
A weekly commercial paper pub
lishes that several of the larger capi
talists who took stock in tho Ame
rican Sugar Refinery, a now corpo
ration, havo sold out entirely or re
duced their holdings to a'n insigni
ficant sura. It mentioned the names
of M. P. Jones, Joseph Branden
stcin, Frederick Tillmann, Herman
Bcndcl and L. P. Drexler as having
sold out, find stated that the Lows
had also parted with their interest.
15. L. G. Steele, President of tho
American Sugar Refinery, this af
ternoon denied to a 1). R. reporter
that any large stockholders had sold
out. None of the names of Jones,
Brandcnstein or Drexler had ever
been on the company's books, and
if they ever owned any stock it was
probably bought for speculation
only. Frederick Tillmann sold all
tho Btoek he owned last September
to tho Lows. Mr. Bendel had not
sold any stock aud tho Messrs. Low
had increased their stack by buying
all they could from small block
holders. The company was now on
too solid a basis to have cause to
notice such untrue statements as
'that which had been published.
Joseph Brandcnstein told the re
porter that neither ho nor Mr.
Drexler had over held much stock
and that they had bought only on
option. Ho never owned more than
150 shares, and Drexler not more
than 75. Tho capital stock con
sisted of 3,000 shares, so that his
sale, which was mado somo timo
ago, could not In tho least effect the
stability of the company. S. F.
Daily Report, Mar. 18.
London, March 25th. Arthurs
Farrc, M. )., F. R. S., tho cele
brated Burgeon and writer, Physician
Extraordinary to tho Queen, Physi
cian to tho Princess of Wales and
her Bisters, is dead. Ho had just
reached his sevcnty-llfth year.
of Cumberland, who has becomo
mentally affected, has been placed
in a private lunatic asylum.
London, Marcli 23d. Gladstone
cabled thu folfowfiig messugo to
Charles A. Dana, in No,v York, in
acknowledgement of a cablo despatch
sent him by Duuu informing him of
BRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, APRIL THE 2nd!!! 1
. O rl
I am prepared to show one of the Largest and Best Seleeted Stocks of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ever imported into this Kingdom 2 Special attention is called to our stock of
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Which I had manufactured especially for this market, and well worth inspection. IIOUSE FURKISHIN'G-
GOODS a large assortment. A large and well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING in the
Latest Styles. I will sell the line at '
IWCA.TVXJir'A.OTUJREJK,9 COST TO IMEinY COMPETITION!
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a large assortment.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Cos
tho indorsement of his Irish policy
by a mass meeting of citizens at the
Cooper Union in New Yoik City on
I am very sensible of tho value of
the sympathy which from tho first
we have received from, I bcliovc,
the majority of the American people
in our efforts to secure just measures
of good government for Ireland a
sympathy which I feel sure will con
tinue to attend us until this just
policy shall attain its coming con
summation. Birmingham, March 23rd. The
Queen visited Birmingham to-day
and laid tho foundation stone of the
Victoria Assize Court building. The
weather was fine. Public buildings
and private residences were decor
ated. Tho streets through which
Her Majesty passed wcro spanned
by triumphal arches and were
thronged with people. The recep
tion given the Queen was hearty and
At Sundown Park the military
steeplechase cup was won bv tho
Prince of Wales' Hohcnlaudcr by
four lengths, Maastcnd second,
Harlequin third. Eight horses ran.
Paris, March 28th. A sensation
has been caused by the publication
of a reported conversation between
M. Flourens, French Minister of
Foreign Affairs, and the correspond
ent of the Novoc Vrcmya of St.
Petersburg. Tho story is ofllcially
declared to bo incorrect, but llttlo
value is attached to tho denial.
According to the published report,
M. Flourens said: "I entered of lice
with tho full conviction that the key
to tho European policy was in St.
Petersburg. While Russia is with
us, war with Germany i9 impossible.
Germany, by chance her States dis
uniting, would suffer more than any
other Power by defeat; therefore,
she has no course but to live on good
terms with Russia and' with us.
Russia came forward for us in n
moment of danger, and wo will not
remain with folded arms should she
be endangered." M. Flourens pro
fessed that ho had little to fear from
the now alliance of. Italy, Austria
and Germany. Ho believed tho
Bulgarians themselves or tho Turkish
Government would expel tho Re
gents, and Russia would have no
need to interfere in Bulgaria. He
thought complications wcro not
like to arise between Franco and
England, as England would sooner
or later quit Egypt, and she could
not dream of Continental conquests.
Berlin, March 28th. The Reich
stag to-day passed to its third read
ing tho Budget with Budget bills and
Loan bills. On motion of Dr. Wind
tliorst, tho present President and
Vice-President of tho Reichstag
were re-elected by acclamation for
the remainder of tho session. The
Reichstag adjourned over the Easter
holidays. Tho next sitting will bo
Tho Emperor being indisposed,
tho Empress yesterday accorded a
farewell audience to Monslgnor
Galimbcrti, the special envoy of the
Popo. In receiving him she said :
"It seems to mo as if I had kuown
you a long time, Monslgnor. In tho
naiuo of the Emperor I beg you to
thank tho Holy Father. Tell him
how great an interest we tako in his
person and that we. entertain the
warmest wishes for his welfare."
Monsignor Galimbcrti will tako with,
him to Rome an autograph letter
from Emperor William to tho Pope.'
It is rumprcd that ho wjll return (q
Berlin after Eas.tcr,' when a better
opportunity will bo afforded for tho
settlement of political questions.
St. Petersburg, March 28th.
Tho Czar, replying to tho address of
students of tho University congra
tulating him on his escape from tho
recent plot to assassinato him, says:
"I thank tho University and hope it
will prove its relation to me by
deeds, not morely on paper, and
endeavor to efface the giavo im
pression which the pait a number of
students took in tho criminal design
on nir lifo has created in everyone.
May God bless and guide the Uni
Tangjcr, March 1&. Tho Sidtan
of ".Morocco has prohibited tho salo
or purchaso of intoxicants of all
kinds and abolished tho stale tobacco
monopoly. The Moorish tobacco
and snuil shops havo beeu closed
TEMPLE OF FASHION ! 1
and largo quantities of leaf tobacco
have been publicly burned by the
Sultan's order. Several Moors have
been stripped and flogged through
the streets for smoking in defiance
of tho Sultan's order. Tho populace
of Morocco can sco no senso in tho
Sultan's command, and aro angry at
his interference with their habits, as
theso prohibitions aro enforced only
against tho poor.
Mrs. Berry, who was convicted of
poisoning her child and her mother
at Liverpool, England, to secure
small suras of insurance, was hanged
Dublin, March 17. Leaguers and
anti-Leaguers, Pamellites and
Orangemen alike aro honoring St.
Tho festival was ushered in by the
firing of guns from the Castle.
London, March 17. Tho annual
banquet of the National League in
Lohdon took place at St. James'
Hall. Mr. Sexton, M. P., was to
have been Chairman, but at tho last
moment it was announced that ho
would bo unable to preside, and the
place was filled by Gcrritt Byrne,
Member of Parliament for Wick
low. The speech of tho evening was
made by Mr. Labouchcrc, in answer
to tho toast "Ireland a Nation."
His peroration aroused such enthus
iasm that tho Piccadilly Tories pass
ing outsido stopped to hear tho
WEST. DOW & CO. lmvo just
received an assortment of Fur
niture, Music Goods and Toys, consist,
ing in pnrtof, cheap Cano Chairs, a.fnnd
single Bedsteads nud Towel Hacks:
Music Instruction Books, Sheet Music,
Guitar Pegs, Pins, Keys and Strings,
Drum Heads j Velocipedes, Baby Oar.
riages, Doll?, Bills, Bats. Drums, Tops,
Masks, Tooth Picks, Bird Cages, Shoo
Brushes, Combs, Toilet Sels, etc., etc.
Also, a fine lot of Picture Moulding
that will be mado up nt short notice and
at low prices. PIANOS TO RENT.
LBS. Fresh IIomc-Modo Chow.
I III' Rtlnks. nr nn.rnllnrl liar
oers' role, und fresh, doliclous Vanilla
ami Chocolntu Creams which I guaran
tee to bo fur superior and sold cheaper
than any imported, nt F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
and Ice Cream Parlor. 85tf
; . - o ."' . " ww-w.-.m ,..
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
offered for salo by GONSALVES &
CO , Queen Street. 01
WE HAVE jut received per Aus.
trulia a new lot of Ai lists' Ma
teriuh, Ebony Ware, Brackets, Cabinet
Frames, Kiutlc Fnimji", etc. And wo
tiro better prepared than over to mako
Cornices and Picture Frames, having
tho largest and best selected stock of
Mouldings in thu Kingdom. Kino
Biios.' AitT Btoiu:. 31
CHAS. J. FISHELS
Dlt. FMNT'H IlKAKT JtKMKDY Is A
Specific for all formH of Heart pis,
case and also for Discm-eH (if Kldnoys
and Circultiuon. DcHcriptivo bopk
with every bottle, Bouson Smith &
co Aiuts., yot
The Undersigned, V. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
t (Established 1803.)
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
ycais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references datiue
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, haying catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
tics given by their late Majesties Kamehamcha IV, Kamchameha V, and
Luna lo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty vears'
practical experience in this lino of business. ""yjears
Practical Confectioner, Pmitry Cook and Ornamrntcr In Honolnln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephonea go 74- (95 3m) Honolulu, H. I.
' M. GOLDBERG,
IMI'OUTKK AND DKALEIl IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
Bargains at Egan Co.'s
UaloR bought the entire Stock ofj
CloiiiM and Gents' FnrnisMng Goods
From the Tcmplo of raslilon at crcally reduced rotoj, wo now offer thorn to our
numerous patrons at prices which de y competition.
UIes'ofC,5e 8d8 0r flKt Cla" In aVry ,CSpCCt UDd COn6l6t of a11 grdM and V1'
Mm, Matle for tie Rii am Poor alike.
In offerting them to our customers wo would moit respectfully draw their t
tentlou to the foot that we are giving Hum the benefit of our cheap KrcSln a"d
inTlte tho public In pcnoral to give us a oall and ex.mlno theso goodi before pur
chasing elsow hero. Our usuol lino of b "-"J pur-
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO,, LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.n ,
Ioi Sale at Reaouable JPrioe.
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
AND RETAIL , v
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