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ERIDAY, Al'IML IB, 1887.
Sclir Ko An Hon froin KmiiinKn1.nl
Hehr lltihihmv fioin ICoulnli
belli' Knwiiiluiit fi out Koolnu
J A Cummin f 10111 Koolnu
Si1iv t.lliiillho for T.tilmiim
jSclu- i:iiuknl for S S Island
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
SelirlCe Ah Hon for Knuiiiikiikal
jjchr Kavwillnnl for Kool.tit
n liwuniiwiiiTi tl in wm m 4
Sclir Knwnllnnl 000 bag of rice.
Schr Ko An Hon 70 he.id of cattle.
F'l'Uo Alllo Kowe will piobably pall for
Hongkong on Wednesday next.
31k Knhik-uu.i, Amotions
llllff AllloJtOWO, Phillips
Uktno Morning Stnr. Turner
llktiio .1 A Fnlkcnbui g. F V Clluger
Uktno Discovery, Leo
Bktno W 11 Dlmond, Slft
warfw'w' ' " 'wi f !
Oil the 1 Ith instant, at tliu Itom.iii
Catholic Cliiiii'li. by UiudJInhopof Olb.i,
.Tobn Ciowell to Slaiy Hose, botb of
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A PirtrATiox is fcought for by n lady
thiougli our udvei Using columns.
AIcssiis. II. Hiu'kfold A- Co. ndver-
-fifao v.iiious articles of lncichaiuliso
-, t ' Hkvkiiauicw members wero elected
''"'''' to Company A of the Honolulu Hilles
i5- last evening.
c A shout tinio iiRoit wuh "Halloa,
8 Kosio, old iniml" now it's "good-
i morning, Mr. Hnscnhcig."
, !"' Tin: King will entertain tho O.ip-
l tiiin and OH'iecis of II. U. 51. S. Cnio-
' lino at dinner this evening.
"Xiw. .Tnpnnoso iu-iob.its will pei
ioim ngnin to-night, in their tent
no.tr tho Shooting gulluiy.
"Stiij. thoy crano!" i'uys Major
Gulick, in an luhoitincmcnt, to which
public nttention ii hereby diiectod.
Tun Japanese aeiob.xts will give a
inatinee, especially for ladies and
children to-nionow afteinoon, begin
ning ul 2 o'clock.
A despatch froinSbanghai,rcceive(l
at l'ari? recently, asseils that Chinti
has ceded the Chilian Islands to
The schooner Ko An Hon, which
nriivcd thih inoining, nix bourn fioin
'ivaunnkakui, with 70 head of cattle,
rcportf) btiong East winds and lough
hciis in the channel.
Tin: ciicket imitch, between u team
from II. U. M. S. Caroline and a team
from the Honolulu boyn, will begin
to-monow inoining at 11 o'clock, at
Makiki baseball giounds.
An advcitiber miys "Eclipse."
Surely there niustbuhOmctbing won
derful to follow. Can it be an eclipse
of the huh or moon, and not in the
Tun Social in tho parlois of Fort
street Chinch last night, began, con
tinued, and onded pleasantly. Lit
erary exeicwcH were followed by ic
frcshmentH, and both combined to
constitute an ovoning't) enjoyment.
Mil. W. S. Luce's now fence, op
posite his place of business, Mei chant
street, will bo ubed foi an advertising
Loaid. If Seabomo would stnit u
newspaper now," he would do n tic
' r11iB captain and ojliceis of II. M.
, S. Caroline gave n danco on bo.ud
ship this afteinoon. A pleatant lime
wiw tpont by all who joined in the
"bay danco" themusic being fuinibh
od by tho Royal Hawaiian Hand.
Majok Gulick has added another
"cottage to let or leaso for a teim of
yoina" to his list. This last addition
is located near tho lower end of
Lililiu ("licet, nnd is a neat littlo cot
tago with ngieeablo suiioundings.
Hih Ex. W. ?1. Giboon, Minibter of
Toieign Ail'airs, visited H. 11. M. S.
Caroline this moi ning, ami icceivcd
tho customary salute. His Majesty
the King will piobably boaid tho
Cuiolino on Monday next.
RE-APPEARANCE QF THE JAPS.
After making a. successful tour of
exhibition to tho islands of Hawaii
and Maui, the Japanese aciobats
havo returned to Honolulu, and com
menced a second season in a largo
tent near the bhootiiiR gallery, Foit
aticet, last night. The company of
spectators was not laigo, but cer
tainly appreciative, as shown by
doso attention throughout, and fre
quent cheers and applause. The
. main part of tho enteitainnicnt con
sisted of a repetition of acts that had
been previously perfoinied in tho
Opera House, ' before the company
went to the other Islands, Theso
wcio extremely well executed, and
eeemed to enchain tho attention of
oven those wjio had frequently s'eon
them before. In addition, there
' were suvcinl new features inuoduced,
'that weio in a sonso minor but liono
the less interesting. A squad of tho
hand boys was present, ami enlivened
tho occasion by nppioprlato musical
selections, playing nt intciyals
throughout tho uvcnlug.
JUST ONE MORE!
Ono moro appointment for Ills
Excellency Antono Hosu In addition
to thoso ciiumeraled yesterday. Ho
is to-day gazetted as n "Commis
sioner of Crown Lands and Land
Agent." Tho Hoard of Crown Land
Commissioners now consists of Their
Excellencies Walter M. Gibson, P.
I'. Kanoa, and Antono Rosa.
THE ALAMEDA AND THE.H0TEL.
Tho Alameda was rcpoited to ho
in sight this morning, but later tho
report was discovered to be a mis
take. At this hour (11 o'clock r. si.)
thcro is no sign of her. Should tho
Alameda arrive during tho evening,
tho Quintette Club will sing at the
Hawaiian Hotel. If tho steamer Is
not In time for to-night, tho club
will furnish music at tho Hotel to
THE THESPIAN BOARDS.
Tho leading hlsli ionic artists of
Honolulu, havo obligingly tendered
"a Hcnellt" to tho British Bene
volent Society. The entertainment,
consisting of Tableaux, followed by
a bcreaming faice, entitled, "On
his Last Legs," will be given at the
Opera House on Tuesday next. Box
plan will open at J. E. Brown &
Co.'s on Monday next at !) a. si.
Several ollleial postal notifications
aiising out of tho new mail con
tracts, commencing in March, were
published on Feb. 22, one of which
is: Tho New Zealand mails, via
San Francisco, every four weeks, will
be sent from Livcipool and Queens
land on Wednesday instead ofiL'hurs
ilay as nt present.
The latest news, received by the
W. II. Dimond, yesterday, says:
"The Emperor Williams' physicians
nro anxious to get him away from
Berlin as boon as possible, and it is
expected that ho will remove to
Weibbaden for tlncc weeks about
April 12th. The Empress is then
going to Baden Baden for a month,
and she will not return to Berlin
Tho Boyal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square to-monow
afternoon, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. The following is the pro
0 ci tine Romantic Bela
Polka tilef.tuii Falnbiieh
Finale JJelUarlo Donizetti
Selection Bohemian Ghl Balfu
Waltz Summer Eve Waldteufcl
Polka Ionian Wardropc
Owing to counsel not being pic
pated, there was no business trans
acted nt the Supreme Court this
morning. The jurors were dismissed,
with an intimation that they would
not bo required to attend Court
again, until Monday next at 10 a. si.
Tomoirow, Saturday, the Court
will hear diorco cases.
At noon yesterday the King gave
audience to His Majesty's Minister
of Foreign Affairs, who presented
Her Biitannio Majesty's Commis
sioner and Consul-Gcncral, Major
J. II. Wodchousc, who presented
Sir William Wiseman, Captain of
tho Biitish man-of-war Caroline.
Captain Wiseman then presented
Senior Lieutenant Lewis D. Samp
son, Lieutenant Algernon Grcnfell,
Paymaster Horatio Howell, and
Chief Engineer Win. B. Matthews, of
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 10 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complete lesumo of Honolulu and
island new s. There is no butler paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo bad from
.1. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewctt, Merchant street,
and Buu.iniN' Olllco.
At tho Blue Ribbon League free
cnteitainment, in tho Y. M. C. A.
Hall, Saturday evening, readings
V ill bo given by J. A. Dower, Miss
Malonc and Miss Ella Paris. Miss
Maggie Hopper and Miss May
Atherton will play a duet on tho
piano, JUr. Levi layman ami rror.
L. L. Van Slykc will sing solos, and
Mrs. Ciiiznn and Mr. Armstiong
will raider tho "(Junker Court
ship," which they were unable to give
as announced on last Saturday. Prof.
W. B. Oleson, principal of tho Ka
mchamcha Schools, will deliver a
ten-minuto address. After tho lit
crary and musical entertainment,
the ladies of the W. C, T. U. and
tho Blue Ribbon Lojagup wil serve
refreshments, including ice crcaip,
and a socinl hour will be spent. All
. I IIU.JJ " ' J J
CAPTURE OF A THIEF.
At two o.clock yesterday after
noon, Marshal Kaiilukou received a
telephone message fiom Koolau, to
tho effect that lobberies were being
committed thoio on a professional
bcale. 'IMio Marshal took immc
diato bteps to catch tho lobbor,
thcro being lint ono, and was suc
cessful iu collaring the culprit.
Tho villain, is a young man,
who, tho Marshal oiiys, escaped
from the Rcfoimntory School about
three months ago, 'and has been nt
largo ever since, playing tho mis
chief at Koolau. Gold nnd silver
watelless, money and hoi sea wore
his hcntl's desire, and Chinnmcn
wcro usualb his victims. When
captured at Kancohc yesterday
afternoon, many valuables wero
found on him. E2J3
THE LATE WILUAM DILDIHE.
The last sad rites of a Christian
burial weio ycsteidny solemnized
over the remains of the lato William
Dildlnc. Pi lor to the hour of com
mencing the solemn ceremony,
many ladies, several of whom had
regularly visited poor Dildlnc
during his llnal llccting moments,
arrived at the Hospital, bringing
with them floral emblems of immor
tality, entwined and wrenthed into
beautiful ethereal symbols, with
which thoy literally covered tho
coflln, leaving an open space around
the transparent portion of tiie top,
through which the features of the
deceased wero visible. The fiiends
of the departed, and there wero
many present, approached and took
a last look at the well known feat
ures. The service, read by the
Rev. J. A. Criuan, was followed by
a brief nnd impressive address, in
which the speaker dwelt upon those
words in the lilual, "Be yc also
Ready." The scene was truly n
solemn one, and many of those pic
sent were moved to tears. The
earthly remains were placed in the
catafalque by those who had known
the deceased well. Special mourn
ers ninrclied alongside the hearse as
it moved slowly up the Valley, fol
lowed immediately by Mr. Henry
Macfarlanc, Mr. S. I. Shaw and
many others. Tho dual committal
service was read at the grave sido
by the Rev. .1. A. Cruzan.
WHAT WETeED" FIRST" OF ALL.
EuiToit Bulletin' : You arc right
in promoting your commendable
scheme for bringing visitors to these
Islands and I perfectly agicc with
most of j'otir remniks. But alas!
there is a but how about our
roads? I hnvo not been travelling
on five continents, but I have seen a
great deal of Europe and America.
To see, to compare, and to learn is a
natuial consequence thereof. Now
allow mo to select a country, which
is now the central for most travel
ling people from the Fnitcd States,
England and tho European conti
nent: this country is Germany.
Have you been inthe Ilartz Moun
tains, in the Black Forest, in Tyiol,
in the Bavarian Alps, or in any of
the numerous watering-places in
Germany? If not, please go thcio,
see, compare and then acknowledged
how far behind wc arc hero on
the Hawaiian Islands. I do not
mean in line views and scenery. No
Sir, you aic light in that respect:
ours cannot bo beaten, but whero
are tho roads?
In Germany you can visit and en
joy most of the finest scenery, when
driving in a eairingc, and hero
neither in a carriage nor on horse
back ; even on foot it is a hercu
lean task to see tho flncstpaits of
the Hawaiian Islands, its grand sum
mits, its lovely valleys, its charming
waterfalls ! What a pity !
Pleaso just publish an enquiry
"how many of our Honolulu resi
dents and how many of our visitors
from abroad have been on the Tan
talus, or on the Kalihi Pali, or up
the valleys and to tho lovely water
falls of Manoa, Palolo, Makiki,
Pauoa, Nuuanu &c?" I know most
of them arc scat ccly accessible, ex
cept on foot, but then how beautiful
thoy aro and, what a grand delight
for every lover of nnturu!
Now Mr. Editor, thero are two
things to be done to make them of
easy access. First of all: roads,
make roads, roads, roads, roads.
Send the Inspector of Roads and
Public Improvements to Germany
(I havo no doubt that ho would
like it), let him there study how to
open a country to touiisls, let him
then return and confer n blessing
on Hawaii by opening up and im
proving roads to the most beautiful
sceneries in the world, on tho Ha
Commence with Oaliu, which is
full of natural beauties, but closed
up and barred by bad or liistilllcicnt
roads. I would like lo see a coffeo
house or hotel on tho Tantalus for
sight-beers and invalids: thero nro
few places better bituated for such a
Some of tho roads can only ho
made by uprooting and killing tho
Lantana; very well then, make a
beginning and kill that plant, the
pest of tho country. If the Gov
ernment can, nnd will not, move in
this matter, well stmt a society for
the purpose of opening and improv
ing roads to tljo pretty scoliotics of
Oahu and one of tho shareholders
will be, Yours Axii-Lantana.
FltlDAV, Apijl Ifltll.
F. Iloin vs. Chns. Chuk. Claim
for S:i:i.7". J. A. Magoon for
plaintiff. Defendant not present.
Mr. Horn stated that defendant
owed lilmjiaa.Tn for goodb oulurcd
and delivered. Payment had been
demanded but the" money has not
Judgment for plaintiff for 810.57
including nltornoy's commission and
We will sell for ONE WEEK ONLY,
100 Dozen White Huck Towels at 5 cents a piece !
IJWC3JCETVSE 3BJak.ITVS IIV TURKISH TOWELS!
LADIES', MISSES', CHILDRENS' AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDROCK PRICES.
S. EHRLICH, 63
Several other cases on the docket,
all of which were continued.
A case of adulteiy, alleged to
have been committed in the Koo
latipoko distiiet, iu which one Kin
(k) and one Haliaka (w) were sum
moned to answer, were remanded
until tho 18th instant.
Elia Lalhrop, a maiden of mixed
blood, and lacking two months and
twenty days of attaining her major
ity, was charged with deserting her
parents. Her mother appeared in
Court to prefer the charge and on
her testimony, the deserting minor
was ordered to return to her
parents, and there icmain, at least,
until she was eighteen yeais. Mother
and daughter then had a war of
tongues in which the old woman
came out second best. Both paitics
wcro quietened by a police olllcer,
and left the Couit at "daggers
EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT OF AN
OFFICER AT THE HOUSE OF
On March 1 , at the Westminster
Police-court, a well-dressed defend
ant, who stated that his name was
Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Dickson,
of Lansdowne-ioad, Bedford, was
charged with wilfully breaking a
lamp at the Houses of Parliament.
A police-constable said that on tho
previous night ho saw tho accused
wilfully throw something at a lamp
in Palace-yard. Tho glass of the
lamp was smashed. Col. Dickson,
in reply to the magistrate, said ho
wished to point out that the laws
passed bj' tho Government nnd
Parliament, which weio effective
against the humble and poor, were
openly trodden on and ignoicd by
the rich and inliuontlal. Tho Jaws
of Pailiamcnt which ruled poor peo
ple were powerless against the rich.
The magistrate : What do you &ay
to this charge? Tho defendant: I
surved, sir, throughout tho Crimean
war, and was never absent from
duty, nnd I have been treated with
the greatest illegality by His Royal 1
Highness mo ijukc oi Cambridge,
who kept me under arrest thirteen
or fourteen months when it was
ordered that no olllcer should bo
kept under arrest moro than eight
days, or until such time as a court
maitial could assemble. The Marquis
of Ripou promised mo redress within
a year, and having trusted to that
promise I found that I lost the right
to appeal, which must be made with
in six months. By trusting to tho
Maiquis of Ripon I havo been made
an outlaw for many years. Tho
magistrate: I think your mind must
bo affected. Tho defendant: Not a
bit of It, sir. Mens itmu in corpora
nano I still enjoy, thank God. You
may think it was an extraordinary
thing to do, but I maintain that I
have as much right to commit an
illegal act ns His Royal Highness
the Duke of Cambridge. Tho magis
trate: I must line you 10s., and tho
damage, 2s. Will you pay the
money? The defendant: I will take
a littlo tlmo to think about it, sir.
The Magistrate: In default seven
days. The defendant: Oh, yes; I
know a little nbout law. (A laugh. )
The flno was paid Immediately.
l -I UIL JJIll'l' 1. 1
WHERE NAPOLEON'S SON DIED.
"One of the most horrible sights
I have seen," snld Archibald Forbes
to tho London correspondent of tho
New Yoilc Mail und Express, "was
tho field of tho disaster of Isandl
waua iu Cululaucl, It was four
months after tho disaster. The
1,000 dead bodies had been lying
bleaching iu the hot sun uiibiiricd
all that time. The Zulu vultures
had not touched them. Their
bodies had witheicd away to skele
tons encased In skins that had be
come like leather. Ono could trace
how they had fallen, and occasion
ally railieil in groups lp make a
dospmato s(ni)d against thuir uno
niics, The coin which had fallen
out of the wagon had sprung up
among the dpnd. I havo scon bat.
tip Holds aftr tho light strewn with
dead nnd dying, hoard tho slnleUs
and groans of the wounded, but
that bight was ntitliliig.likc tho hoi
ilble Held of lsandlwaiin. Later on
1 saw tho dead body of tho young
Pilnco Imperial. He wa a lad. of
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Just received by Inst steamer
and 65 Fort Street,
great brightness and on tho voyage
out he expressed anxiety about re
ceiving a Wound from an assegai.
Ho lay on the field quite naked,
covered with wounds. Round his
neck was a thin gold chain nnd n
locket, attached in which was a
picture of I1I3 mother. Wo took this
off and sent it to the Empress and
then carefully carried him from tho
field. It wa3 curious and cast a
gloom over mo, that I should see
this young Prince receive, as his
father called it, his baptism of fire
at Spichcrcn, nnd then a few years
later see him a corpse on a foreign
The German newspapers tell their
readers that Franco is ordering pro
jectiles containing a substance which
makes blood-poisoning tho result of
any wound received from them
An English vicar lccently discharg
ed a female servant because she re
fused to attend family prayers,
whereupon she prosecuted him and
got judgment for a year's wages.
The poBsiblo expulsion of Mr.
Blowitz, the correspondent, from
France on account of his publication
in tho London Times of a pscudo-Russo-German
alliance, is talked of
1 f( LBS. Fresh Horac-Modo Chow
1JJ log Sticks, or so-called Bir
bcrs' Poles, and fresh, ilollcious Vanilla
and Chocolate Crcnnis which I guaran
tee to bo fur superior and sold cheaper
than any Imported, nt P. HORN'S Elon
ccr Steam Candy Factory and Uakcry
nnd Ieo Cream Parlor. 83tf
WE HAVE just received per Aus
tmliua now lot of Aitlsts' Mil
lerl'ih, Ebony Wore, bracket", Cabinet
Frames, Hiiitlu FruniQp, etc. And wo
tiro better prepared than ever to make
Cornices nnd Picturo Frames, having
the Inrgcst nnd best selected Block of
Moulding', in tho Kingdom. Kino
Bkos. Aiit Stpiik. 34
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
oll'ered for sale by QONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Dn. Flint's Hkakt Hnmhdy is a
Spocifio for all forms of Heart Dis
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circultiiion. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith fc
Co., Agents. 354
Of II E
Will perforin 111 .1 TKNT
Behind the Shooting Gallery,
Friday k Satrtay Igols
07 1.1 W. U. ALDRIOII, Manager.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF
tliu Stockholders of tho Pacific
Sugar Mill, held this day, Hon. C. It
Bishop wiib elected Vice-President for
the cmMiliig term.
II. RENJES. Secretary.
Ilonolum, Apt II (Mil, 18S7. 00 St
DUWNQ MY ABSENCE FROM
tlio Kingdom Mr. Z. K.Myers will
havo full churgo of my Imsliuw.
Honolulu April 11 J8S7. 07 lw
MRS. NICOLL begs to inform tho
friends and p.'Urom of tho Fancy
Department of Mri. Tno. Lack's store,
that tho renson the promised sale or
fancy work did not lake plncr. last Sat
urday, was ou account ofprcss of work,
Hopoto ho rwuly with a list of pietly
nnd useful nrliclos by tho Drat Saturday
in May. ' '
Wc 11U0 with lo inform vou Unit Miss
lilli'lile, iccently from the E 1st. unseeds
Mhs Wvbater in churgo of the Fiiucy
Miss Rltchlo has corved her time at
fincy work, and Is mutter of her trade,
will ijlvo lcHFotis In ull tho Intsst styles
of now Rlitchcs mid now ideas, promls
Inc to give MitUfuction to nil. Pleuto
ivn us a caH
Tliu art of Making Paper Flowers and
Wax Wor la added to our list of fancy
woik, la which logons will bo given.
a Complete Assortment of
lMl-OUTLll AXU mCALlMt IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort ft Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
. 33 ly
doing and Hems' Furnishing Goods
From the Temple of Fashion nt greatly reduced ratcj, wc now offer them to oir
numerous patrons at prices which doly competition.
Theso goods aro first class In every icspcct and consist of nil grades and quali
Chili, Saitai for toe Bid ami Poor ale.
In offening them to our customers wo would inort respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that wo aro giving them tho benefit of our cheap burgiin asd
invito tho public iu gcnornl (ogive us a call and examino these goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usuanlno of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known (onced especial comment. 59
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho public that from this 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
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
18 6 3
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lalo Majesties Kamchnmcha IV, Kamchameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty ycara
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ornnracntcr In Houolula.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor.: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Botween Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones Ko 74. (03 3m) Honolulu, H. 1.
Just Received at
-A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
LUBIX'S, l ATKINSON'S, .
EASTMAN 'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FA11INA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For (Sale at Xteiit-toiuibie HPrioes.
1592 WHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL;
Opposite Irwin & Cos
Egan & Co.'s
the cuiro Stock of
Hollister & Co.'s