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FRIDAY, APltlL 22, 1887.
Stmr Walalcalo from Knual
Htmr 0 II Illshop from Knual
,Stmr SurprUe from Kuan
Htmr Iwnl.wl froth llnnmkiia
Stmr W G Ilnll for Lnlmlun, Mftnlaea,
Kona and Kuu at 10 u m
Stmr J as Makee for Knunl
Stmr Mokolll for Mulukn! and Lanal ut
0 p in
Schr Llhollho for Knual
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0HR0W.
Stmr Wnlllcale for Lahalim mul Ku
. kullinclo ut 2 p in
I'or Lalmlna, Mnaliica, Kona nnd
KttU, per steamer W O Hull. Apill SSml
Mr Johnstone, JlevW 11 Barnes ami
bride, Itev Mr Davis, Geo Tlmotco, t!
Brlto, Geo McDoiuwll, J 1' Coluurn, II
N Grcemvcll and blnjr Clionjr. 1 or tho
Volcano C (John mid 0 J Uothcm.
From Knunl. per stenmer Wnlalcale,
April 22nd V II iUec and family,
Miss Mnrv Wntcrhoiic, Miss Nellie
'Walcrhoiisc, Mis Ulntich Cornwell,
'Miss A. WlddeUeld, Miss Xncdlinm nnd
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Walalealc-:i,ltO bag sugar, 1)3
hags pla, 1 borse, 2 cow, 1 calf,
and 1 bullock
Stmr Iwalanl 0,118 bags sugar
VESSELS IN PORT.
TOi .lullo, Clnvey
llktne Morning Stnr. Turner
Bktue Discovery, Lee
Bktno Geo 0 1'ciklns, Aekcrmnn
Bgtne V G Irwin, MeCullocli
Am bark Timour, Brewer, sailed
irom Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
Haw scbr General Hegel, Panders,
from French Frigate Shoals, duo Nov
Am bktno Mnkah, from Newcastle, N
S V, due February 2.1-28
Bnt bk Scottish Lassie, W Singer,
Balled from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
20-31 . .
Am bktno Hnttle S Bangs, Ten 111,
from Hongkong, due April 10-:i0
Haw sclir Jcnnlo Walker, B Ander
son, from Funnlug's Island, duo Mnrch
Am wh bk Olilo, from New Bedford,
duo Mnrch 20-!IO
Am bk Julia Foard, Ilcrgam, from
6an Francisco, duo at IHlo, Hawaii,
Am bk St Liiole, sailed from Now
York March 20, due September 5-ao
Am bk C O Whltmoro, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, due May 20-0
Am bktnc John Worstcr, from Nnna
Imo, B O, duo May 20-30 '
Am bk Hope, D V B I'cnliallow, from
Port Towiisend. due May 1-10
Am bgtno W G Irwin, JE McCulloah,
from San Francisco, duo April 23-!10
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A koast pig dinner at the Club
Dining Rooms this evening.
Tiik Geo. C. Perkins sails for San
The barkontino Discovery will sail
for San Francisco on Tuesday next.
The W. H. Dimoml look a mail
yesterday for San Francisco, compris
ing 840 letters and 24!) papers.
The Chinese theatio was brilliant
ly illuminated on tho outside last
evening witfi colored lanterns.
9 9 "
Two cottages "to let" on Fnuoa
Bond linvo been added to J, E.
Brown & Co.'s advertisement,
In con8e(iucnco of tho band play
ing at Washington Place to-morrow
afternoon, there will bo no concert
at Emma Square.
Of tho Chinese gamblers raided
yesterday, two camo up beforo tho
Police Justice this morning, and were
remnnded until Monday next.
Jacoh Simms Iiiih re-established
his boot-blacking stand in tho lane
by Sopor's book store, whero ho gives
a mirrow-liko polish for ten cents.
Mns. Florence Williams will lec
ture at tho Honolulu Library and
Beading Boom this evening, begin
ning at 8 o,cloek. Admission, $1.00.
This caso of Chapman vs. tho Ha
waiian Government, has occupied
ytho attention of Mr. Justico McCully
' and twelve- jurymon tho whole- of this
Hit. Kapona is roportcif to havo
retired, or to ho about to retire, fropi
tho Colleetor-Genoralship of Cns
itoms, to ho succeeded by Mr. J. F.
Pautfes requiring tho services of
first class domestics are referred to
iha addition to Mr. Gulick'u general
advertisement in this issue, in which
thoro is something now to-day.
A "By Ahthoiutv," announces
that tho "Clmmbcilnin'ji oflloo will ho
ojien for tlio transaction ol business
on Tucedays nnd Fridays from J 2
o'clock noon to 2 o'clock r. m.
Two runaways yesterday, ono on
Queen street, and one within tho
Hawaiian Hotel grounds. Tho latter
'was exciting to a degrco, but as
though by a miracle, neithor man
nor beast was killed.
A BOUTHKiti.Y wind and unclouded
sky, and dusty roads aie moro thnu
ovon nu "Owl in tho Tiopics" can
slum. Sucli has boon tho condition
al ntfairs ju Honolulu throughout
'I l-JJ-11. UJ LMJLB-Ui
Ten millloiiH of men are Bald to bo
practically untler nrms iu Europe at
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
Following is tho programme of the
Bluo Ribbon League Saturday even
ing, nt tho Y. M. C. A. Hull:
Song Aliss Austin.
Bending Mr. P. F. Dredge.
Piano Duet Miss S. Young and
3Iiss M. Hopper.
Beading Sir. Severance.
Song Miss Morloy.
Address Bcv. II. II. Oowen.
At 11 o'clock vesterday, at St.
Andrew's Cathedral, Bcv." W. II.
Barnes, of Luhainn, Maui, was mnr
ried to Miss K. E. S. Williamson, of
Manchester, England. Tho Bishop
of Honolulu, assisted by the Bcr.
II. F. E. Whalloy, performed tho
ceremony. .Appropriate music wns
sung by tho choir hoys of Iolnni
College and played on tho organ by
Mr. Wrny Taylor. The newly mar
ried couple, with other guests, wcro
afterwards entertained at breakfast
by Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Walker.
Bcv. W. II. Barnes and bride de
parted for their home in Lahnina,
by the stenmer W. G. Hall this
morning. The Bishop of Honolulu
and Mrs. Willis, Mr. C. M. White,
Mr. Churchill and a number of the
English clergy wcro on the whnrf to
hid alolm to the bridal couple. The
bride wore a plain tiavcllng costume
of dark gray material, with pretty
garlands of llowcrs hanging becom
ingly about her neck.
TO-MORROW NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE.
Tho box-plan of the Opera House
opened this morning, and the black
dots rapidly overspread its surface.
A few good scats are still left, how
ever, and those who intend patron
izing the play will do well to secure
them at once. The new set of
tableaux, and also a laughable bur
lesque on the "Magic Mirror," pro
mises to bo specially attractive,
while everyone who witnessed the
meeting of O'Callaglian and his
supposed daughter Julia, arc anxious
to once more witness a repetition
of that joyful re-union. Being
Saturday night and no other attrac
tion on the boards, a large attend
ance may be anticipated.
THE ANGLICAN DIOCESAN SYNOD.
Tho Anglican Diocesan Synod
opend the third day of its session
yesterday. The following motion,
pioposcd by tho Bcv. Alexander
Mackintosh and seconded by Mr. T.
It, Walker, carried: That all past
actions of the Board of Trustees
since the election of new members
be and hereby aro ratified and con
firmed. Mr. Walker moved that the follow
ing clause bo added to the Constitu
tion and numbered 33 : On the ap
plication at any time of the majority
of tho elcrical and a majority of the
lay members of the Synod tho Bishop
shall forthwith by citation convene a
session of the Synod to be held
within four months of the date of
citation. Agreed to.
Notice wns given by tho Bcv.
George Wallace to amend Article 15
of the Constitution.
The thanks of the Synod wcro
presented to tho clerical and lay
secretaries for the way in which
they had performed Ihcir labors
during the session.
The Synod then adjourned subject
Y. M. C. A. ANNUAL MEETING.
Tho annual meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. was held in the Association
parlors last evening, President W.
A. Bowcn in the Chair.
The monthly reports of the vari
ous committees showed a healthy
growth iu tho several departments
of work. Tho treasurer's report
showed a balance of S20. 30 in tho
treasury, with no unpaid bills.
Tho following olllccrs wcro elected
for the ensuing year: Mr. F. J.
Lowrpy, President; Mr. T. R.
Walker, Viep-Prcsidcnt; Mr. It. W.
Podmore, Recording Secretary; Mr.
E. O. White, Treasurer; Messrs.
W, O. Smith and T. G. Thrum,
Throe new members wcro re
ceived. The collection taken
amounted to 814.60. The meeting
adjourned to meet Thursday even
ing, April 28th, for tho annual
social, when the retiring president
will deliver his address, and the
annual repoits of committees will
bo read, closing up with tho pro
verbial ice cream and cake, to
which all friends of the institution
arc cordially invited.
" Bulletin " Summary
Is now issued nnd will bo found to
bo an interesting nnd comprehensive
number, containing 40 columns of
reading matter on local topics, nnd
a complete resume of Honolulu and
Island news. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Hiilcseription 82.50
per annum, Including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewett, Merchant street,
and llm.uvriN' Olllee.
A novel sor) of protoetlvo duty Is
being advocated in England, and it
is stated that It may possibly ho
adopted. It is proposed to impose
a tax of 5 a year upon all foreigners
working In England. It is estimat
ed that tho tax would yield about
'00,000 a year and would fall prla
The Madras Case,
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM,
JUSTIOE Jt'CULMT, PKESIDIXO.
nnroiu: a jury.
.John Chapman vs. tho Hawaiian
Government. Messrs. Dole and
Thurston for plaintiff. Mr. Austin
Whiting and Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson for defendant.
In this caso the owners of tho
British steamship Madras lnv claim
to tho sum of SJ.1, 150.39 for tres
pass, the particulars of which aro
fully set forth in the following de
Supremo Court of the Hawaiian
Islands, April term, 1880. Tres
pass. John Chapman, Mountjoy
Pearse, Jos. Morgan, Ilciirv Gotto,
George Y. Blair, Theodore C. Tay
lor and Herbert A. Harris vs. the
To the Honorable A. Francis J mid,
Chief Justice of the Supremo
John Chapman, of London, Eng
land, owner of thirty-eight shares in
the British steamship Madras herein
mentioned ; Mountjoy Pearse, of
Stockton-Tecs, England, owner of
nino shares in the said Madras ;
Joseph W. Morgan, owner of eight
shares in the said Madras; Ileniy
Gotto, of said London, owner of
throe shares in said Madras ; George
Y. Blair, of said Stockton, owner of
two shares, in said Madras; Theo
dore C. Taylor, of York, England,
owner of two shares in the said
Madras; tho said plaintiffs claim of
the Hawaiian Government, tho said
defendant, 835,150,39 with interest
from tho second day of Mai eh,
188G, for damages resulting to
them for injury done to their pro
perty by the defendant, for that
On or about tho 10th of March,
1883. the said British steamship
Madras of the gross burthen of
1G81 22-100, tho property of tho
plaintiffs in propoition as aforesaid,
in charge and under command of
W. II. Bradley as master, arrived
at the poit of Honolulu, of the Isl
and of Oahti, one of tho said Ha
waiian Islands, from Hongkong,
China, bound for said Honolulu
with about six hundred passengers
for said Honolulu, and about one
hundred and thirty-nine Chinese
passengers en route for Victoria iu
British Columbia, and with tho con
tagious disease of smallpox prevail
ing among the said passengers, of
which disease the Board of Health
of the said Hawaiian Government
was duly informed by the said
master, and due application was
thereupon mado on behalf of tho
said Madras that she might be
entered at tho Custom House of the
said Hawaiian Government at the
said port of Honolulu might be
landed in quarantine.
But, the defendant with force and
arms for a period of about llfty
thrcc days from tho said 10th of
April, A. D. 1883, or thereabouts,
to the 4th day of June, A. D. 1883,
or thereabouts, prevented and de
tained the said Madras from coming
into tho port of Honolulu, from cu
teiing at the Custom House, from
landing any of the passengers in
quarantine or otherwise, and during
this period of time neglected nnd
refused to establish any quarantine
to be porformed by the said Madras
though requested' to do so by tho
representatives of tho plaintiff; but
the defendant compelled tho' said
Madras to remain and detained her
iu the open roadstead of tho said
port during the said period to the
damage of the plaintiffs as afore
said according to the bill of par
ticulars hereto annexed nnd made a
part of this complaint, which tho
plaintiffs nllego was douo iu con
travention of their private rights
under the laws.
Wherefore tho plaintiffs ask that
the defendant be cited to appear
and answer the complaint before a
jury of the country at thu next term
of this Court unless otherwise sooner
disposed of by judicial authoiity.
The above document is signed by
tho parties named ; by John Chap
man, managing owner of tho steam
ship Madras; by his attornoy in
faot, ThoQ. II. Davies,' and was
subscribed and swori) to on tho
13th day of March, 1880, hofore
Henry Smith, Deputy Clerk of the
The Bill of Particulars mentioned
is tabulated as folfows:
Loss on 1,801 tons gross
register for dotcntion at
(Id. per day according to
customary allowance of
tho Britjsh Admiralty
Couits, -i 0s, (Id. put
day for 53 duys, equals.. 111,130 02
Subsistence of 731) men, 53
days at -10c. per day. . 15,(j0(i 80
Four boats of fresh water. 300 00
Soventy-nino and a half
tons coal, for condensing
water for use on boa id
at $13 50 1,073 25
hitcicet from Juno 2nd,
1883, to Mai eh 2nd,
1880, or 2 yeais and 9
montliH 0,973 72
Totnl '$35,150 39
To tfio foregoing document Is
attached tho order of Chief Justice
Judd citing defendants to npponr
for trial at tho present (April) term
of the Supremo Court.
Tho rost of tho afternoon was
taken up by tho reading ofn volu
minous correspondence appertaining
to tho case mid between Hon. W.
M. Gibson, Major J. II. Wodc-
LADIES', MISSES', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR,
Which I offer at BEDROCK PRICES.
S. EHRLXCH, 63
house, Hon. F. 11. Haysclden,
Captain Uradlcy, Mr. Theo. II.
Davies nnd others, adjournment
being finally had at -1:50 until 10
A. m. this morning.
at ciiAiuinits lmt'oitr. piikstox, .t.
Swift vs. Macllc, assumpsit. Ar
gument on a demurrer. W. R.
Castle for plaintiff, 1 M. Hatch
W. O. Smith et nl vs. L. Aholo.
Bill of complaint for injunction, etc.
Return day. Continuod till tho
28th. W. O. Smith and L. A.
Thurston for plaintiffs, A. 1. Peter
son for defendant.
In re bankruptcy of T. Akaua.
Proof of claims.
THE DOMINIS JUBILEE.
FIFTIETH ANMVGKSAIIY OF
AltltlVAl. OF MltS. DOMINIS.
To-morrow tho 23rd April 1887,
fifty yenrs will hnvc elapsed since
Mrs. Dominis, mother of Lieutenant
General John Dominis, landed on
these shores. She camo hither in
the bark Jones, which vessel was
commanded by her husband, Cap
tain John O. Dominis. The family
consisted of one daughter and ono
son. The former died when quite a
child, while her only son John
Owen, then n stripling of live j'cars,
is, or rather was, until a few days
ago, still amongst us. Mrs. Dominis
ship has for many years lived a com
paratively quiet nnd retired life at
the Dominis homostend on Bercta
nia street, known as Washington
Place. A few years after
her arrival, sho accompanied her
husband oil a voyage to China, with
whicli exception, she has never left
the Islands since her arrival. Wash
ington House was built by licr late
husband, Captain Dominis. It is
situated on a lot adjoining the Pu
naliou Preparatory school, and stands
back from tho road. It is a largo
and beautiful mansion and from the
day it wastennated it has been famed
for tho genial hospitality and
warm-heartedness that has at all
times reigned within its walls, the
"Governor" inheriting all of his
father's good qualities, and nt tho
same time being at all times sup
ported in the elegant entertainments
given, by his devoted spouse,
Princess Lydia Liliuokalani. John
O. Dominis Sr, did not long survive
tho completion of tho Dominis man
sion, he having sailed henco for
China iu tho year 1818, and was
nevor afterwards heard of. Tho
brig Neilson, in which ho was pas
senger at tho time, is supposed to
have foundered at sea with all
hands. U. S. Commissioner Brown,
a passenger by tho same vessel, was
Under the direction and care of
the widow, tho grounds surround
ing Washington PJnco linvo been
ornamented nnd beautilled by the
planting of indigenous, and also im
ported, ornamental and shade trees,
thereby constituting it a "Happy
To-morrow, a reception will bo
held bctwoen tho hours of 2:30 p.
m. and 5.:30 v. m-V during whicli
time tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
bo iu attendance. Tho woll-wishora
of tho old lady arc logion, and no
doubt the callers on this auspicious
occasion will be numerous. It is
somewhat a matter of regret that the
Governor and his Royal lady, being
abspnt, will not have np omiortimjty
of assisting ho venerably and aged
mother iu receiving her, and his,
many friends. Being a martyr to
iheumatism, which, by tho way, her
son John would seem to have In
herited, her she moves about
but very littlo.
Since the Centennial year, 187C,
Mis. Dominis has ncycr been oit
sido tho gates of her domain, and
fpr a fpw months past, has not ven
tured outsido of the hoisc. An ac
cident bpfoll her a fyw weeks) ago by
which ono of icr legs was tompo
rarily disabled, but no serious re
suits aro anticipated therefrom, ijcr
hcnlth Is rcinarlcnbly good, consldoiw
Ing hor ago, 85 years, and at tho
piosent day her voice, sight, honrlng
and mental faculties gonorally, havo
suffored but littlo by ago.
About llvo months hence n silver
wcdditig celebration will probably
EMPLE OF FASHION!
We will sell for ONE WEEK ONLY,
e Huck Towels at 5 cents a piece
Just received by Inst steumer
and 65 Fort Street,
take placo within the same walls,
provided tho Governor returns in
time from his European tour, he
having married II. R. H. Princess
Liliuokalani on tho lGth September,
1802. The Aloha and congratula
tions of the Bum.f.tin are tendered
to Mrs. Dominis Sr.
HAVING recently engaged a first.
eUss tiildcr and Moulding Mnkcr,
wu aro now fully prep ired to manufac
ture, rcpn'.r and ru gild any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and IMsturo
Frames made over as good as new, and
at prices within Hie reeh of all. The
public ate incited to cnll and Inspect
pmu of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
olu, iironze, Copper or Metal wo enn
do. KINQUU08.,Aht BTonK. 17
1 f( LBS. Fresh Homc-Modo Chew
1JJ lug Sticks, or so-called Bur
hers Po'oi, nnd fash, dollclous Vanilla
and Chocnlato Creams which I guaran
tee to bu far superior and sold clioaper
thin any imported, at P. HORN'S Pion
eer btfum Candy Factory andJlakcry
mul Ice Ureuiu Parlor. 60tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
ollertd for sale by OONSALVfiS &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Du. Flint's Hkaut Remedy is a
Spceitlc for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
nnd Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Accnts. 351
NEW CANDY STORE
CHARLES I.UDWIQ8BN (lato fore
man of George Unas') and ALUEIIT
CHON wish to Inform the public that
they will open a first-class Candy Fac
No. 66 HOTEL STREET,
About Thursday, April 21st, with a flno
Fronch and Home-made Candles, Noveltlei,
and Fancy Boxes. 12 lw
nPHB INTEREST OF JAMF.3 B.
X CAS'ILE in the Hrm of Cus(lo&
Cooke, censed on iho first Inst. All
liabilities of the concern aro assumed
by tho remululng partners.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu. April 0, 18)7. OleodCt
MY BHOTIIKH. W. R. CASTLE,
holds my full pnwerof attorney,
nnd will net fur mo in all matters of
liusliii'fS during my alisunco from the
Kingdom. J. B. CASTLE.
Honolulu, Apill 0, 1887. 04 cod Ct
Tho Tutor-Island Steai
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hnnd for sale
Steam Family and Blacktmith Coa
and a general assortment of
415 Bar Iron. (y
For Snlo or Lnaso.
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATED, ON
X Punahoy Strcut cnllcd "Kananllo
Ida," tho property of C. II. Judd, aro for
sain or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVKIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 1!), 1880. 1B08
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Kccorila Searched, Abstract of Title
PurnlMit'd, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.'
Collodion. Agency, Mil. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mit. F, MAHCOS,
General Dutlnet Agency, No. US Mer
Hell Telephone 34N. I. O. Box 415.
NICE FUIlNlSnED FltONT
room nt No. 4 Garden Lane. 01 1 w
a Complete Assortment oC
From tho Temple of Fashion nt greatly reduced ratei, we now offer them to our
-numerous patrons at prices which doiy competition.
Thcso goods aro first class In every icspcct and consist of nil grades nnd qual,
Mil, SQita&le for tie Bid ail Poor ale.
In offeriing them t our customers wo would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that wo arc giving them the benefit of our cheap bargain and
write tho public in general to elvo us a call nnd examlno thvuo-tomls before niir
chostng elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FUENISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need espeelal comment. C9
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISUAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
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 tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far ns the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all stato occasons, ns also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kainehamelia IV, Kainehainelia V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho present rovnl household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having ove'r forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
Practical Confectioner. Pastry Cook aud Ornamenter In Honolnlu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street.
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (95 !jm) Honolulu, H. I,
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the wclM:nown brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOKGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
"XPov Sale at DEleasoiioJble Price,
m WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
" -" Tf.
Opposite Irwin & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
AttD SEALER IN