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THURSDAY. APRIL 7. 1887.
Sehr Kc An JIou from KummKii1.nl
Jns Alukco for Yv"ni;itiiu only at 0
Schr Ke Alt Hon for Knunnknkut
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Si'hr Kiiwultnnl for Kooliiu
The Kg An llou returned this niorii
iug lvaitiinkaknl with 73 head of cattle
for air A M Damon. Uhe will sail again
this (!cnitin; for more cattle.
The steamer .las Mtil.co took anew
roller for the Walauuu mill this morn
ing. vessels in pom.
Jk Knlakaua, Armlrong
Iiktno aiornlng Star. Turner
Ugtno Clans Sprockets, Drew
Uklno Planter, Perilmnti
H S AustiaHa, Houdlett
Willi. .Il.ll W
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
To-Moitnow will be Good Friday.
Company A of the Honolulu Hides
will drill thia evening.
Tin: Oceanic Steamship Mariposa
will bo duo to-morrow from tho Colo
nics, en louto for San Fi.mcisco.
Madam Rumor says that thoie is a
probability of the Government pur
chabing tho bail: Kalakaua.
Why was tho Sunday belling liquor
caso mil. pros'd? is a question often
lieaid on tho streets Give it up.
Tur.Y say that First Assistant En
gineer Julius Asch, of the Honolulu
FhoDcpaitmunt, will run for Chief,
this coining election.
Iti:i.iaiou.s service will bo held in
tho German language, to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock, in tho Y. M.
' C. A. Hall, conducted by partor
v ;Mk. A. Rosenberg is now residing
2 ,iii a new cottage on Punchbowl street,
-ItJ, surrounded with comforts, and is
"eloquent in praise of those who have
-"been kind to him.
Tiikki: will bo a regular meeting of
tho Trustees of tho Honolulu Library
and Reading Room Association, at
;' tho Libraiy Hall, this evening, at
7 tfO o'clock.
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Two kamaainas, whon talking
about euiios this morning, said that
the most remarkable curio in this
city, wis tho horse-block in front of
the Hawaiian Hotel. fr$
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Tun Hawaiian bark Knlakawjf ps
moored at the Inter-Island 'Steo'iriJ
Navigation Co.'s wharf, this after
noon, whero she will remain until the
time of her 'sale, Saturday next.
Tin: star-chamber enquiry con
cerning ft larcony of cloth by threo
Reformatory School boys being con
cluded, they have been taken from
tho Folico Station and returned to
. Mi:ss!is7 W. G. Irwin, J. A. Witlc-
,. maun, C. Spencer, J. A. Ruck, J. W.
Pratt and Master JIaliday started at 0
o'clock this morning, for Waianoe,
by the steamer Jus. Makco. Tho
party are expected to arrivo hero
between 7 and'8 o'clock this evening.
At tho regular cash sale of air.
Lewis J. Lovoy, to-morrow morning,
at 10 a. m. will bo offered a largo
assortment of fresh groceries, of ovcry
kind; and at 12 noon, buggies,
phaetons, hoi-bcs, harness, etc.
Jin. Alien Herbert and u party of
ladies in a cariiago weio turning into
King street horn Fort street last
night when one of tho wheels of tho
vehiclo dished. Foitunately nono of
tho party were hurt.
Majoii llendoishot inlonds giving
nn entertainment on Monday next,
f at 2 o'clock in tho oftornoon, for tho
' special benefit of school children, in
the Honolulu Rilles' Armory. An
admission feo of 25 cents will ba
OrncBit Hopkins, who had his
teeth knocked out last week by a
i horse, was down at tho Station llouso
v this morning, looking little tho worso
" for his mishap, though tho loss of his
grinders will bo an inconvenience.
A DHTACHMKNT of tho Honolulu
Rifles will assist and add variety to
arajor llcndcishot's entertainment,
at the Opoia House, noxt Saturday
night, by giving on exhibition drill,
which will embraco such movements
ns tho area of tho stage will permit.
This uvening air. and airs. William
AVaterhouso, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
will bo honored by a farewell tocia
blo, to bo given at tho icsidenco of
tho Row E. C. Oggel, Nuuanu
Avonuo. All-friends of Mr. and Mrs,
Waleihouso will bo cordially welcome.
Omj Ah Hoy, a Chinaman who was
in tho Folico service of this city for
25 years, returned Inst week from u
visit to his na'tivo count ly, after an
(ibsonco of !10 years. JIo Jiad not
yet been le-instated in his (minor
position, though ho is desirous of
Twiu.vi; kanakas discharged 1,850
bags of sugar fiopi tho ecliobncr
Kauikeiioull, into tho bark Saranac,
in 2 luniiri and 15 minutes, thismoin-
jug, The above time is nt tho rate of
about 1-1 bags a minute, which is
cpiiok work when tho sugar is taken
" fiom the hold of tho schooner, pitBscd
along tome 10 more feet, thou placed
aboaid tho other vctsel.
Willi commendable precaution tho
Marshal 1ms deputed five polico
olllccrs to patrol In and around
Thomas Square this evening. No
fear of a rcpitition of tho hoodlum
chorus, as occasionally rendered at
The principal of the Reformatory
School called upon the Marshal this
morning, to ask his aid in arresting
one of the school boys named Mit
chell, who has confessed to the
larceny of 817 during last month.
The money was buried within tho
precincts of the school premises. Tho
boy was arrested forthwith.
RQMAH CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral,
tills evening, at 0 :!J0 o'clock there
will bo a Portuguese sermon, and at
8 a Hawaiian sermon.
To-morrow, Holy Friday (Good
Friday) at 10 a. m. Service with
tho singing of the Passion, followed
by the Veneration of the Cross. 3
i. m. tho Station of tho Cross, for
nil in general. C i m. the Station
of the Cross for Portuguese. 8 r. m.
A TEMPORARY' INJUNCTION.
A suit in tho equity division of
tho Supremo Court was commenced
yesterday by C. W. Ashford against
W. S. Luce, to restrain the latter
from erecting a building on the va
cant government lot near Honolulu
Hale, which it is claimed will inter
fere with the window lights of tho
complainant's olllcc in that building.
A temporary injunction was issued
ngainst Mr. Luco proceeding with
tho building, the writ being return
able on Saturday next.
A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE.
A Chinaman named Ah Wing was
sentenced at the Supreme Court on
Tuesday last, to pay a fine of 850
and costs, and to Imprisonment at
hard labor for six hours, having ad
mitted being in the possession of
opium. Fortunately for Ah Wing,
the date of his possession was a few
days, prior to tho promulgation of
the opium law of 188G, otherwise
there would have been no alterna
tive for the Court but to havo sen
tenced him to pay a fine of 81,000
and to imprisonment at hard labor
for two years, this being tho mini
mum punishment under the ucw
At the meeting of the first division
of the Liliuokalani Educational So-
oint.v. Iifll vnst.nrrlnv nftornnnn in
ns; " ., . ;.' v; :
tne room or angina company jmo. i,
,thc visiting committee reported that
the Society's wards were doing well
in school. Tho Princess President
referred to her contemplated journey
abroad, and expressed an earnest
hope that the Society would work
harmoniously and energetically for
the promotion of its object during
her absence. The members were
affected by tho announcement that
their President is to bo for a while
separated from them by distance,
and all indulged a fervent wish and
a strong hope for a pleasant journey
and a safe return.
A PRETTY WINDOW.
One of tho prettiest sights in the
city of Honolulu to-day, is the show
window of the Pacific Hardware
Company, Fort street. A now im
portation of American triple-plated
silver ware is on exhibition, and is,
aside from the beauty of tho various
individual articles, so artistically
and advantageously arranged as to
produce an attractive and pleasing
picture. Ice-pitchers, toilet sets,
jewol caskets, syrup-pitchers, toast
racks, salt and peper individuals,
Jlower-vabcs, spoon-holders, sugar
and ice tongs, crumb-pans, and
many other articles, beautiful to
look upon, arc all taken in by the
eye nt ono glance. Besides the
tasteful disposition of tho glittering
silver ware, two hand painted
placques one of a collection of
panzics, interlaced with delicate
ferns, and tho other of a bunch of
roses by Miss Fanning, of Cali
fornia, add the finishing touch to
tho pretty picture. The probabi
lity is that an early demand for tho
articles on exhibition will soon
bieak up tho present symmetrical
nrraugement, and therefore no delay
should bo mado in calling at tho
Pacific Hardware Co.'s to sec tho
HORN'S CUAVA JELLY.
There is probably no country
where guava jelly is less prized
than on thoso ialauds. In all coun
tries where it can only bo procured
as an imported article, it is ono of
tho highest priced of all preserves,
and is considered a great luxury.
Hero it is one of our cheapest, be
cause one of our most abundant,
liomo productions. Tho fruit grows
in unlimited abundance In tho valipys
and on tho hillsides, within two or
thrco miles of Honolulu, and can bo
had for tho labor ofgathering, The
fruit is bomotimes converted into an
inferior quality of jelly by China
men, who pcddlu it around tho
streets. Hut tho only regular manu
factory, whero tho genuine article
can be had i small and largo quan
tities, is that of Mr. F. Horn, Hotel
street. lie has been many years
engaged in making and vending a
suiierlor niinlltv of this delicacy, as
an nppcndiigo to his regular cake
and candy business. It lias had n
largo homo consumption, and has
been regularly exported for years
past. Tho manufacture has been so
many years in uso, that its excellent
quality is well known and attested
by nil consumers.
Tho whaler alary and Susan set
sail for tho Arctic yesterday after
noon. After tho vessel got under
way, it was discovered that the
captain had left a bundle of clothes
and other things at Pcirco & Co.'s.
Mr. Peirco employed tho steam
launch Montague to give chase with
the bundle, but tho winds were
against the launch. The aiontaguo
gained on tho whaler at the begin
ning, but a breezo having sprung
up, the aiontaguo returned. The
bundle will be sent north on the
Ohio, or If tho Ohio fails to call her,
the'clothcs will be forwarded to San
Francisco, then to the Arctic on tho
Tho window of aicssrs. J. E.
Brown & Co.'s olllcc is aitistically
decorated with the drums and other
trappings appertaining to Major
Hcndcrsliot. The drumsticks, which
arc gold headed, bear the following
Presented to Major It. II. Hcn
dcrsliot, the Drummer Boy of tho
Rappahannock, by B. II. Bealo
Women's National Relief Corps .No.
1, at their entertainment in Music
Hall, Bangor, aiaine, April 2, 188G.
On one of tho drums is inscribed
tho following: Presented by the
Tribune Association to Robert Henry
Hcndcrsliot of tho 8 Michigau In
fantry for his gallantry at the attack
on Fredericksburg on tho 11th Dec.
Manufactured Win. A. Pond &
Co., 517, Broadway, N. Y.
OPENINC OF THOMAS SQUARE.
Tho inaugural concert at the open
ing of Thomas Square this evening
promises to bo a grand affair. The
band pavilion is a large and hand
some erection, rellecting credit on
the builder, air. F. Wilhclm.
Around the grounds are distributed
thirty-four seats, ten of which arc
iron and of the latest improved pat
tern, being decidedly more comfort
ablo than the straight-backed scats
of Emma Square. Their distribution
was personally superintended by the
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, whose orthotic
tastes arc a guarantee of conveni
ence and comfort. A wide and well
made footpath around tho outer
fence is uenring completion, this
affording pedestrians the opportun
ity of a pleasurable promenade with
out patroling in tho dust, and in the
track of carriages. The attractions
this evening arc special, not tho least
of which is the prospect of a calm,
still night, with beautiful moonlight
above, and a special programme
prepared for the occasion by Profes
sor Bcrgcr, including special per
formances on the cornet by Mns.
C. Jlicluels, the local musical artist
and composer. After an ovcrturo
and march by the full baud, Mons.
Charles aiichicls will oblige with
a fantasia, "Hawaii Ponoi" a
composition of tho soloist. In tho
second part another trumpet solo
will bo given by aions. Michiels,
tho composition of the celebrated
cornetist, Hypolitc Duhem. M.
Duhcni was for ten years, cornet
soloist in tho Queen Victoria's Lifo
Guards, also cornet soloist in tho
celebrated Julian band. Ho was a
pupil of Professor Sass, the inventor
of tho double tongucd notes, and
whose daughter is well known in
San Francisco as n Star-vocalist.
This inaugural concert will recall
the memory of a great man, Admiral
Thomas, who, on tho Hist July,
184U, saluted the Hawaiian flag and
acknowledged the independence and
sovereignty of the Hawaiian Islands.
As a refcrenco to this ovent, Cooto's
"Jubilee Waltz" will bo played by
tho full band, in which the strains of
"God Save tho Queen" will bo dis
tinctly rendered. By special re
quest, the latest composition of
Mons. Michiels will also bo played,
entitled "Queen Kapiolani's Fare
well," a piece dedicated to, and ic
cepted by Her JIajcsty. A largo,
enthusiastic, and appreciative audi
enco may bo anticipated to assemble
this evening in and around tho latest
acquisition of Honolulu's pleasure
Tho following is tho programme :
Overture Festival Ilach
aiiirch Tanhauser Wagner
Fantasia Hawaii l'onol ailchlels
Solo Cornet by Chns. Michiels.
Selection Faust Gounod
Fantasia Ti unmet Solo Duhem
Solo executed by Chas. ailehlcls.
Introduction, Kosammulo . . Schubert
March Queen Kaploltinl'fl Farewell..
Waltz Jubilee Cooto
IS CIDER INTOXICATING?
A TEST OASU.
At tho Polico Court this morning,
a dozen bottles of cider were ar
ranged in front of tho bench, being
part of tho stock of It. Robinson,
who was charged with manufactur
ing nnd selling tho samo ns an in
toxicating boverage. Tho inanu
factuio, possession, and offering
for sale weio not donlod by tho
defense. Mr. G. W. Smith, analy
tical chemist, testified that having
BRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, APRIL THE 2nd!!!
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. aCsT 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. HOUSE FURNISHIN'G-
GOODS a large assortment. A large and well selected stock of BOYS' CLOTHING, in the
Latest Styles. I will sell the line at
3MCAJVXJJ?'A.OmjJRBIt9S COST TO rEIY COMPETITION !
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a large assortment.
S, EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Cos "
9G lin "."'
tested the contents of Unco of the
bottles, ho found them to contain
3J, 3 C-10 and -1 C-10 respectively
of alcohol. Tho defence rested on
Mr. Smith's evidence, Mr. Paul
Neumann, counsel for the defen
dant, stating that it was not within
tho provinco of his defence, but he
would engage to drink a gallon of
the liquid and still keep sober, and
that was as much as a man could
contain. In the course of his ad
dress, Mr. Neumann further said
that it was a question of somo mo
ment to the community. There is
no doubt that the browing of an in
toxicating liquor is forbidden by tho
law, but after tho testimony of Mr.
Smith, tho brewing of a liquor like
this, (pointing to a bottle) should
not bo a punishable offense, it should
rather bo encouraged. All substi
tutes for intoxicating drinks ought
to bo encouraged. Under the law,
bo maintained that the Court could
not find Robinson guilty, because
this article does not conic under the
head of intoxicating liquors. He
described to the Court a beverage
in common use in Mexico which
was drunk for its nutritive qualities,
but after a certain ago it became
very intoxicating. Ho asked His
Honor to rule on this important
question, whether stuff like this
that was not intoxicating, was in
cluded in tho law. Tho law should
not and docs not desire to punish
pcoplo for having a substitute for
an intoxicant. It becomes a ques
tion of public interest. It was a
well known fact that in wine drink
ing countries there is less drunken
ness than whero spirits aro con
sumed. In conclusion ho hoped
His Honor would rule that tho
manufacture of such beer as this
should not bo considered an offense.
Deputy Marshal Pahia stated that
ho mado tho seizure, and that he
found no other liquor on the pre
mises. After a few remarks, His Honor
stated that ho would reserve his
decision on this important matter
until Saturday morning next.
JU8TICU M'CUM.T, VJtKSIDlNO.
Tuksdav, April 5th.
Tho King vs. Alisiu, adultery,
was closed by nol. pros.
Tho King vs. Ah Wing, posses
sion of opium. Plea of guilty.
Sentence to pay n flno of 850 and
costs, and to hard labor for six
Beforo Judge Preston. In tho
matter of tho estate of Gcorgo J.
Kiiunes, of Honolulu. Petition for
allowanco of final accounts of admin
istrators, Messrs. Samuel C. Allen
and J. O. Carter. Tho report of tho
Master, Mr. Henry Smith, filed on
Monday, was submitted, examined
and found correct. Tho period cov
ered by the accounts is from June
13th, 1881, to February 19th, 1887.
Tholicdulcs of receipts and ex
pendnures show sums of $19,390.32,
and S 18,312. 19 respectively, leav
ing a balance for distribution of
81,078,13. The principal item un
der tho head of receipts is lifo insur
ance policies and premiums, 816;,
230.81. Tho main jtoras among
expenditures arc: Estate of James
llohinson, prinoipal and Interest of
mortgago and threu notes, $G,489.
75; payments to the widow, 83,
fiCOj loan on note, duo nfeer the
filing of accounts herein, 82,500:
-contract for-new cottage, 82,720;
iiiu iciumimcr ncpig 10 sundry
creditors and for other payments.
Mr, S. C. Allen was present for the
administrators. Tho Master's re
port was approved. Tho adminls
trators filed i supplementary ac
count wth receipts for payments
siuco filing tho former account, nnd
paid into Court tho cash balance on
hand, 81,190.45. The Court op.
proved tho supplementary account,
nnd ordered that tho administrators
bo discharged, and their bond can
celled, and further that the clerk,
after paying tho oosta of Court out
of tho balance, pay tho remainder
and deliver tho papers and docu
ments above-mentioned to whoever
may apply being entitled to them.
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Wi:dnt.siut, April Cth.
Before Chief Justico Judd. Ha
beas Corpus. A petition was mado
on Tuesday on behalf of Piipiilani
by his counsel, Mr. Charles Croigh
ton, for a writ of habeas corpus.
The applicant is a prisoner in Oauu
Jail, under a conviction in the Polico
Court of Honolulu of tho oflcnso of
selling and disposing of spirituous
liquors without u iicenso contrary to
Section 2 of the Session Laws of
188G relating to the regulation of
tho salo of spirituous liquors. The
grounds of application are alleged
irregularities in the mittimus con
signing the prisoner to the -custody
of the Marshal. At tho request of
Mr. A. P. Peterson, Deputy Attorney-General,
who appeared for tho
Marshal, the case was continued,
the prisoner was admitted to bail in
the sum of 8500.
TiiunsuAY, April 7th.
Beforo Judd, C. J. On a peti
tion of two Chinese, Ah Gee and
Dack Wai, a writ of habeas corpus
was granted for their release from
quarantine, they having been so de
tained for the customary period.
Tho petition was granted.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
TiinnsDAr, April 7th.
Of ten Chinamen brought up on a
charge of gaming three were fined
840 each and seven received the
benefit of a nol. pros.
Ii. Robinson, on a charge of sel
ling spirituous liquor without a
iicenso, was remanded until Satur
day morning for judgment.
A hackman was reprimanded and
discharged for a trivial violation of
the hack regulations.
WEST, DOW & CO. hnvo just
received nn assortment of Fur
niture, Music Goods and Toy?, consist
ing in part of, cheap Cane Chairs, ?iiiud
single Bedsteads and Towel Hacks;
Music Instruction Books, Sheet Masic,
Guitar Pegs, Pins, Keys and Strings,
Drum Ilcails; Velocipedes, Baby Car
riages, Dollp. Halls, Hats, Drums, Tops,
Masks, Tooth Picks, Bird Cages, Shoo
Brushes, Combs", Toilet Sots, etc., etc.
Also, a line lot of Picture Moulding
that will ba mado up at short notice and
nt low prices. PIANOS TO BENT.
-I ff LBS. Froh Homc-Modo Chow
Ivv lug Sticks, or bo-callcd Bur
bers' Po'c, uml f'esli, doliclous Vanilla
and Chocnhito Crcninu which I gitnrnn
tea to bo far suporior nnd fold cheaper
than any imported, nt F UORN'S Pion
eer Btcnm Candy Factory uud Bakery
nnd Ico Urcuin Parlor. HQtf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour ie
otlomt for Bale by GONSALVES &
CO , Queen Street. 01
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Dn. Fmnt's Hkaht JIkmeuy is a
Kpocifio for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circultitton. Doecriptivo book
with every bottlo. Benson. Smith &
Co., Avoids.. D54.
Tho Undersigned, P. IIOllN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CKEAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from tills day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all stato occasons, ns also for select par
tics given by their lato Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kamchameha V, and
Lunalllo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Confectioner, l'try Ctplc and Ornancntcr In Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets, '"
Both Telephones Ho 74. (05 3m) Honolulu, H. I p
IMfOllTKn AND DKALtlt ID
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND
IIinK 'bought tuc;cntlro'.Btock of X-;-l
uloii anil Gents' FnrnisWnff Goods
From tho Templo of Fashion at greatly reduced ratoj, wo now offer thorn to our
numorous patrons nt prices which do y compedtion.
Thcso goods aro flrst class in ovcry jespect and consist of all 'trades and oual '
itics of '
Mil, MUb for tie filch and- Poor alike.
In o fieri Inj; them to our customers we would mo. I respectfully draw thtlr it
tcntlon to tho fact that wo nro giving them the uancftt of our chenp bargain ocd
invito tho puhllo in gcueral to give us a oill nnd examlue those gooda beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, OAFS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need cspoulal comment. 5it
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
PERFUMES! PERFUMES I
Comprising tho well-known brands of A ' ,
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOIIA, IIQYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
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IT'ox 93ile ot Reasonable 3?jriee&u
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
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