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FIUDAY. APRIL 20. 1887.
April 23- '
Stinr.T A Cummins from Wtilmnualn
Ktmr W O Hall from Hawaii mid Maul
Helir Italntiow from Koolati
Bgtnw Coimuclo 'X)i ilays from Han
8tmr LlkcllKc from ICiiluilnt
Wclir Cuteilua from llunak'l
fcehr Wutmiilu fiom l'npnikoii
Stmr SuipiUo for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Julie for Han Francisco
From Walninnnlo, per rtcainer J A
Cummins. April 28 Ills Majesty tlio
Klnj;, II It II I'tlncos Foomalkelunl,
Lieut Sam 1 Mntkni.
For Moloknl, per steamer Mokolll,
April 28 Mm O Cocketl,.! Cnekelt, Ml9
Coekutt, Mil's I.e.wN, Miss K X Norton,
and about 20 deck.
From ! au Francisco, per bgtnu Cou
huolo, April 20 Mis Shepherd, Miss
Lvilgiite, ir A Miiiteruud 2 steerage.
'From Knliiilut and way ports, per
steamer l.ikellke, April 2'J-D Toomuy,
K A Uiuleiiborjr, Mr Fair and wife, Hon
S Farkor and servant, MIm D Blchnrd
son, .1 H Lake, J W O Cofran. Sllss
Jlannlster, II F Glado, Mies Harper, F
Llshinan, Miss 1 I.lslnnan, 1 piWoncr
and 4u deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr T.lkollke 704 lings sugar, 1 IS bags
potatoes, 84 lings tiiro and 'JO bags
The Rchooner Ko Ail Hon will sail for
Hawaii on Monday next. She did not
leave to-day, as was intended, on ac
count of repairs not having been com
pleted. .. ,
The Ella left San Francisco on the
Bamo day tho Consuelo sailed. Tlio
Forest Queen was to have sailed from
San Francisco for this port about a week
after the Consui-lo.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Julie, Olavey
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Ilk Colusa, Hackers
Bgtnc Consuelo, Cousins
Am bark Tlmoiir, Brewer, sailed
from Boston Dec 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Cerates, from Liverpool,
due May 1-20
HaW schr General Piegel, Panders,
from French Frigate Shoals, duo Nov
Am bktno Mukah. from Newcastle, N
S V, duo February 2'.-28
lint bk Scottish LasMc, W Sinner,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 due May
Am bktno Hattlo S Bangs, Tcrrlll,
from Hongkong, due April 10-H0
Am whhk Ohio, from New Bedford,
due March 20-30
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Victoria Bestiiurunt lias closed
Tho April Term of
Court closes to-morrow.
Mhh. Strong's dancing school will
bo open this evening.
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Tiik King returned to town last even
ing from a visit to Wuimainilo.
Mks. Shephard, formerly Miss
Alice lluike, arrived by the Consuelo
Mksskh. Burko & Winston received
130 bogs by tlio Consuelo thiH fore
noon. TiiKitr. will be religious eervico at
St. Andrew's Cathedral this evening,
at 7:30 o'clock.
At No. 4 Giuden Lane, near tlio
ltoman Catholic Cathedral, is a com
fortable furnished room to lot.
A riNK hay horso ennui hero by tho
Consuelo this morning, for Dr.
Miner, future port physician.
The brigantino Consuelo, Cousins
master, nrrived this morning, 13 days
from San Francisco with a mail.
Oim fortnightly summary, contain
ing (10 columns of original matter,
will bo issued next Monday morning.
On tho up trip of tho Eureka sbo
was severely handled by rough
weather. On April 7th, at 10 a. si.,
heavy sous eairied away several
planks. Both pumps were set to
work and kept in continual motion,
as tlio vebbol was leaking. Sugar,
how much is not yet known, was
thrown overboard to lighten tho ves
sel. Messrs. llackfeld it Co. nro
agents for tho Eureka hero.
CAI'TAIN Cluney assorts that ho
does not koop run-away horses, and
therefore- tho ono that ran away
tlio other day could not bo his.
Tin: Hawaiian Billo Association
and tho Honolulu Hilles will hold
their shooting match at the II. H. A.
range, to-morrow afternoon.
Miih. Floronco Williams' lectin o on
"Tlio Man Dun to," at Mis. Dickson's
lesidonco, Berotaiiia street, will com
mence at 7 :45 o'clock this evening.
A two-mile race will take place at
tho Skating Bink to-morrow even
ing, beginning at 8 o'clock, for a
purso. There will bo music on tho
Mil. F. Hustaco bus purchased
that splendid billiaid table lately in
tho Koystono Saloon from Mr. .1. 1.
Bowen. Frank, who has recently
taken a fancy to billiaid playing, is
determined to excel.
At 12 o'clock noon, to-morrow, Mr.
Lowis S. Lovoy will soil homo fine
horses and mares, in front of his
salesrooms, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Now is tlio chanco for any
one in want of a good horso.
At tho meeting of company A of
the Honolulu Hilles lust evening,
three new members were elected.
Wk aio thankful to Captain
Cousins, of the Consuelo. for u San
Finnoisco paper of tho latest date;
to Mr. Howett for a similar favor:
and to our old friend Colonel Norris
for pending us n package of lute
papi'i". Many Thanks, gentlemen.
Captain Aliicuiiley, muster of tho
schooner Kaulilua, which anived
ycstoiduy from Kauai, lepoits speak
ing tho" Hawaiian schooner Jennio
Wulker, nil' Kauai lust Monday 13
days from Washington Islands,
bound for San Ftnucisro with Mr.
Oreig and family.
THE BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE
The entertainment Sutiirday.cven
ing at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall will
consist of a bass solo ami a Hutu solo
by Mr. II. W. Morse, nml alto solo
by Mrs. Geo. 'J. Iloas, a reading by
Mr. Oliver C. Swain, and a recita
tion by Mrs. Lorin II. Thurston.
Mr. It. Jay Greene will give olio of
his witty aiid wise addresses. This
promises to ho otic of the most
successful "Publics" yet given by
tho League. Admission frco and
all cordially invited.
A NEW VENTURE.
The steam launch Montague, be
longing to the I'acillo Navigation
Co., has been chuitercd by Messrs.
J. Wilson and J. Cunningham, for
six months, at $7.') per month, with
tlio privilege of purchasing her for
$1,000, at tho expiration of charter.
She left this morning for Maui, and
will be employed, by tho above
mentioned gentlemen, in trading
between tho islands of Hawaii and
The steamer Likeliko arrived this
morning from Kiihului, a day ahead
of time, so as to receive several slight
repairs befoio sailing on Monday
next. The bark W. Case was towed
out of Kuhuhii last night by tho
Likeliko. Tho Case had 000 tons of
sugar for San Francisco. Tho
schooner Bosnrio is loading at Kiihu
lui. ltuin has been falling on Maui
in abundance : On Sunday and Mon
day last tho rain camo down in
torents at Kahului, liana, and
ARRIVAL OF THE CONSUELO.
Mr. F. II. Hnyselden. Secretary of
tho Board of Health, wont out to the
Consuelo, in quarantine oil' port this
morning, ami being satislied that
there was no sickness aboard gavo
the pilot permission to bring tho ves
sel in. Tho tug was signaled and tho
brig taken in tow. Tho yellow ilag
was lowered when off tho O. S. S.
wharf. Mr. A. F. Cook boarded tho
vessel us soon as she dropped anchor,
to reeeivo Miss Lydgato and .bring
her ashore. Four Japanese passen
gers wore taken over tho side of tho
biig and with their traps taken to
tho iiinriintino grounds across tho
PLACING OF HYDRANTS.
Four of tho now hydrants, lately
received from.tlio States,1 have been
put in Emma street. The fourth
was placed thoro to-day. Emma
street now has live hydrants, in
cluding the ono at the head of tlio
street, and is supposed to be
thoroughly supplied. In the course
of a week or two the Chief Engineer
will call out the Fire Department,
to test the water power when more
than one hydrant 'is used at the
same time. The remainder of the
2o hydrants received will not be
placed until tho necessary connec
tions arrive from the States.
LADIES' MORNINC CLASS.
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
Florence Williams has arranged to
meet a class of ladies for the study
of Literature, on Saturday morn
ings. All ladies who .would like to
become members of this class are
requested to meet Mrs. Williams to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock, at
the residence of Hon. C. It. Bishop.
Theso "mornings" will bo live in
number, and are not lectures but
studies, in which Mrs. Williams will
lead thoso who join tho class in tho
best methods of studying the very
At about 4:30 o'clock last even
ing, when the Government mulo
carts, driven by prisoners, wero re
turning from woric, along Jving
street, Mr. C. B. Patterson's horse
and brake were standing in front of
Mr. Oeding's olllce, close to tho
side-walk. Ono of the mule carts
swerved out of the line, and came
in contact with tlio shaft of the
brake, naturally frightening the
horse, and causing it to bolt. After
striking Ucding's express, tho horse
and brake went tearing along King
strectltowards Government House,
tho direction in which the mule
carts wero travelling. I lie mine
drivers set up a yell horrible enough
to alarm a visitor from tlio lower re
gion, and thus contributed to tho
speed of tho run-away. The horso
and brake turned up Hichard street,
and shortly after turning into Bere
tania street towards Punchbowl,
citnio in contact with a telephono
post. Tho post was smashed in two
near tlio ground, and hero the horso
and brake became, separated, the
lioiso continuing on his course
alone. The horso when recovered
was found to bo badly damaged on
tho hack, and the brake, of com so,
is a wreck.
Tho consumption of boot blacking
n England in a year amounts to a
value of jC5C0,000.
Y. M. G. A.
THE ANNUAL MFXTINO.
Last evening, tlio adjourned an
nual meeting of tlio Y. M. C. A. was
held in the upper hall of the Society's
building. There was a large attend
ance, including a fair share of ladies.
Mr. Bowen, the retiring president,
opened the proceedings by calling
upon all to join in singing tho hymn,
"We're Marching to .ion." The
Rev. W. B. Oleson followed witli
prayer. Mr, F. J. Lowrcy t Chair
man of the Committee on Devotional
Work, read ins report, in which he
stated that the noon day meetings,
had not proved a success, and were
consequently discontinued. On the
other hand, the Sunday afternoon
meetings had been successful, the
average attendance being 03.
' Mr. P. C. Jones, the Chairman,
stated, that as only three minutes
were allowed for each report, it did
not permit of him saying much. He
referred to the meetings Hint had
been held in Fowler's yard and gave
reasons for discontinuing tho same.
Tho average attendance had been
18. Good work seems to have been
done by this association, and also by
tho W. C. T. U. He alluded to the
work accomplished by Mr. Booth,
during his recent temperance cam
paign. In speaking of tho Itcv. J.
A. Cru.an, he said that he had done
more in the cause of temperance,
than any other man, during his six
years' sojourn in this country. He
"pointed out that 18 per cent of the
Customs' revenue was derived from
the duty on liquors. lie considered
this was not a satisfactory state of
things, and was of opinion that the
only com so open io pursue, was
KEADIXU 1100M COMMITTEE.
The llev. W. C. Merritt read the
report of the above committee, stat
ing in detail the number of periodi
cals that were taken by the Associa
tion, lie also referred to papers
having been taken away from tho
room, and not returned, lie ex
pressed thanks to the proprietors of
the Daily Bulletin and JJeraltl for
free copies supplied.
The Treasurer's report was read
by Mr. E. O. White, in the absence
of Mr. Southwick, who has gone to
the States. It is as follows :
Balulaiico on hand from last
year $-l 01
Xlne monthly meeting collec
tions US "''
Membership dues 274 00
Members contributions 1,HS4 00
Donations 201 "0
Proceeds from four eiiteitaln-
nients 120 GO
Collection for International
Committee 22 fiO
Collection from contribution
Subscription for last year.... 2 CO
Snlo of Kerosenu can 2 HO
Overcharge on J. II. Sopcr's
bill... 3 00
Kent of Hall six times 102 M
Salary General Secretary..
" M. J. do Frellas (L'or-
t uguse olns'O . . . . .'
Contribution to International
Cost of money order for same
Post Olllce, le it of box and
Post Olllce postal cards
Subscription "Dnlly Bulletin"
' "Dally Press....
" "Hawaiian Ga
zette" "Hawaiian Gazette" bill for
Subscription "O Luso Ha-
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
Peoples' Ice and Befilgerat-
ing Company . n no
J. II. Soncr. bill for sundries.
" periodicals 1)4 25
'The Friend." bills for publi
cation ami mailing 121 25
E. O. Hall & Sou, bill for sun
dries 4 CO
Castle & Cooke bill for sun
dries 15 42
Brewer & Co., bill for oil.... 00 00
Lowers & Cooke, bill for sun
dries 3(1 00
.T. T. WntcrlioH-o bill for sun
dries 21 -14
S. D. Fuller, bill for sundiies. 20 75
Davis & Wilder, bill for Ice. . 2 50
Honolulu Water Works, for
water 12 50
Sallois' Home, bibles, etc.... '4 20
Paclllc Hardware Company,
bill for sundries 43 50
lloppifc Co, laying matting.. 11 15
X. F. Burgess, bill for sun
J. M. Out & Co., bill for sun
dries 1 05
T. G. Thrum., bill for sun
diies 1 75
flnsb on bad to New Year's
account 20 !lfl
Secretary Fuller then read his re
port ns follows:
OENEIIAI. Sr.CltETAUV'S IIKI'OKT.
Mu. President ani Fellow
WoiiKEits : In two days it will lie
eighteen years since a small but
noble band of young men met in
Olympic hall on Niiuanu street and
organized this Association. Most of
that little company are still with us,
but tlioy have ceased to be young
men. Thoy arc now heads of fam
ilies, and 'among the leaders in the
business life of this kingdom, l ucy
are still identified with the Associa
tion and generously contribute time
and money to further its work, but
the working force of thi3 Associa
tion should bo made up largely of
the yomiy men of to-day. Some of
our resident young men have gone ;
others havo come, by tlio exchange
we have not always been the gainers.
Still there are among us a largo
member of young men who ought
to bo vitally connected "with this
Institution, making- it tlio doorway
to an activo christian life and a
church home. For this is the ob
ject of all our work.
During the lust twelve months as
we have labored along this line, we
have found many encouragements
and much for which to be thankful.
To-night, we pause for a little to
look backward over the way wc have
conic, mid if may he, to catch fresh
inspiration for tho duties before us.
Most of tho Committees have
been quite faithful to the work as
signed them, especially the Com--mittees
on Devotional work, Tem
perance, Reading Hoom and Finance.
Some of the Committees have not
been remarkably successful as a
whole, but a few of the individual
members of each, have done good
Tho Entertainment Committee
started off well at the beginning of,
the year, but soon showed signs of
weakness caused mainly by the loss
sustained in the removal tb London,
of Mr. T. II. Davics, the former
energetic chairman. This is an im
portant committee, and we hope for
better things from the new one
during the coming year.
The Committee on Visitation has
mado weekly calls at the Hospital,
ministering to the needs of the sick
young men as opportunity offered.
During a part of the year the Pri
son has also been visited regularly.
Business depression has made it
impossible to find employment for
more than a small proportion of the
large number of applicants, yet the
Committee feel they have done what
they could, and several young men
hold good positions to-day as a
During the first of the year our
experience with a Welcome Com
mittee was well calculated to de
velop some of the strong christian
graces, especially one, Departure
from the city deprived us of the few
to be "counted on," and the work
of this committee has since been
continued on general principles with
quite ns good success, the Secretary
acting as chairman of an unorgan
ized committee. A goodly number
of young men have thus been in
duced to pass their evenings in con
versation, or over the social games
in tlio parlor. The new game of
Crokonolc, a present from Mr. J.
II. Athcrton, procured in the East,
seems to be the favorite.
A few destitute young men have
been provided with rooms, food and
clothing, and in three instances with
For live months a class of Portu
guese young men have been in
structed in English two evenings
each week by Prof. Manuel Jose do
Mr. P. C. Jones has taught a
class in book-keeping every Monday
evening throughout tho year except
during vacation and a recent visit to
Our religious meetings have been
spiritual and helpful. Special meet
ings were held during the "Week of
Prayer" for young men in Novem
ber. Tho General Secretary pre
sented the work of the International
Committee and a collection of 822. SO
was taken for the same. During
ten months of the year we have con
ducted a S,unday morning Bible
class for young men in tlio Associa
tion parlor, with an average attend
ance of 8. The scope of our religious
work is not so far reaching as it
ought to be ; but with the present
claims upon our members for work
not under our auspices, it is hard to
find men or time available for en
largement. The membership of the Associa
tion one year ago was 210, since
then 15 voting members and !I2 as
sociate members have joined, making
a total of 47 new members for the
year ; notwithstanding this apparent
gain, the changes in our population
have been so great that with the few
Who have failed to renew, our pre
sent membership is reduced to 19G.
There have been 11 business
meetings of the Association; total
attendance 201), average 21.
There have been 10 meetings of
the Board of Directors; total at
tendance 52, average 5.
The Y. M. C. A. Boys have had
it prosperous year, and graduated
one of their number into the parent
Association, at the March meeting.
Mrs. F. J. Lowrcy, the former
elllcient president, lias resigned,
and her placo has been taken by
Mrs. "W. E. Merritt, of Oalut Col
lege, under whose wise and enthusi
astic management these juveniles
a io suro to llourish.
A. Branch work in tlio interest of
Hawaiian young men lias been
undertaken which promises well.
The Queen Emma residence having
been rented and put in thorough
order was formally opened on
Saturday evening, March 12. Tho
exercises of the evening were inter
esting and much enthusiasm was
manifested by the largo number of
natives present, huiicauonal classes,
a debating society, and a gospel
temperance meeting nro held weekly,
and well attended. The reading
rooms nro well patronized especially
in the evenings. Two rooms in tlio
same building havo been lilted up
for Japanese young men ; and they
prove a bright center of attraction
to many who gather for instruction,
to read or play games. A generous
amount of Japanese reading matter
lias been provided by tho Consul
and other friends of the work.
Ono of the most important and
helpful events of tho yc-.ir was tho
visit of Mr. It. T. Booth the Gospel
Temperanco Evangelist, who held a
mission of about thrco weeks in our
city; which began in Fort street
Church, Sunday evening) Jan. 23,
and cl.osed in Kaumakapili Church,
Tuesday evening, Feb. 15 ; 8 of the
evening meetings, 5 noon-day meet
ings, and !l popular lectures were,
given in this hall. Mr. Booth also
addressed 5 meetings in Fort- street
Church and 1 in the native churches.
318 forcignei?. and 390 natives
signed the pledge, which was prob
ably about two-thirds of tho whole
number who look the blue ribbon ;
the balance having signed the pledge
at somo previous time. The good
accomplished cannot ho calculated
mathematically or expressed by
figures; but may be regarded as a
stiong link in the chain that shall
one day bind tlio demon drink,
when he shall he cast lichee from
those sunny shores.
In closing I desire on behalf of
the Association, and personally as
well, to thank nil the friends who
so kindly and generously contributed
time, means, ability and influence
to forward our efforts in the inter
est of young men, especially those
who have aided the Hawaiian Branch
enterprise. The press of tlio city
deserve special mention for their
uniform kindness and helpful notices
of our work.
Our best scrvico has been con
sciously imperfect, but wo grate
fully remember the source of our
strength in the past, and look out
into the new year with hope, trust
ing in Him who hath said: "I tho
Lord thy God will hold thy right
hand, saying unto thee, Fear not; I
will help thee."
As olllccrs and members let us ho
careful not to lose our individuality
in the organized body, or shift to it,
the responsibility that belongs to
each personally ; and may God im
press upon each worker of this As
sociation the Importance of reaching,
and saving the imlivitlunl young
man. S. D. Fulleii,
the president's addkess.
Mr. W. A. Bowen, tho retiring
president, then read a lengthy nd
drcss. He entitled his subject,
tho "Working of the Leaven." He
referred to different branches of the
Association throughout tho world,
and in conclusion, dwelt particularly
upon the Honolulu branch. He
then introduced to the audience,
Mr. F. J. Lowrcy, tho newly ap
Mr. Lowrcy ascended the rostrum
and in a few well-selected words,
thanked the members for the honor
they had done him. Ho would,
during his tenure of olllce, seek tho
aid of the young men. He then
proceeded to announce the com
mittees us appointed by the direc
tors, and expressed a hope they
would each and all of them, feel the
responsibility of the positions they
had been assigned. In conclusion,
he announced that ice cream and
cakes were awaiting their attention,
and a cordial invitation was ex
tended to all present to partake
Hon. A. F. Judd moved that the
reports be accepted, and that they
be published in the Friend. Car
ried. Mr. Lowrey announced the fol
lowing committees for the year:
Devotional Work W. A. Bowen,
J. E. Bidwell, W. O. Smith, J. J.
McDonald, Dr. J. M. Whitney, llev.
S. E. Bishop, Hon. A. F. Judd.
Temperance P. C. Jones, J. A.
Dower, W. O. Atwatcr, G. P.
Visitation E. C. Damon, G. C.
Lees, It. W. Podmore, L. P. Han
son, A. F. Cooke, C. P. Thompson.
Welcome G. P. Castle, E. O.
White, G. A. Ncth, E. A. Jones, II.
Wickman, C. Crozier, D. Shephard,
J. A. Gonsalvcs, W. S. Tabor, J.
A. Magoon, It. W. Podmore.
Entertainment C. M. Cooke, P.
C. Jones, W. W. Hall, W. L. Baird,
T. II. Walker, E. A. Jones, J. B.
A. Kennedy, B
-A. F. Cooke, J.
Heading ltoom T
G. I brum,
Rev. W. B.
Itev. W. C. Merritt,
Finance J. II. Athcrton,
Jones, C. M. Cooke.
Hawaiian Branch Hon.
Judd, P. C. Jones, Dr.
Hyde, II. Waterhouse, S. D
The remainder of the
was devoted to social conversation,
a feeling of happiness pervading,
owing to another year having ter
;Fuii)ay, April 29th.
Cecil Brown vs. Wong Leong &
Co. Assumpsit for 8108.28. Judg
ment for plaintiff.
Jno. S. McGrew vs. C. M. Cooke.
Assumpsit for $50. Remanded to
the Oth instant.
Chas. T. Gulick vs. W. L. Wil
cox. Claim for 812G.85. Argued
and submitted. Judgment reserved
to -1 tli proximo.
Two cases settled out of Court.
Seven cases continued.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square to-morrow
afternoon, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. The following is tlio pro
gramme: March Flno Thus (now) I.elblg
Overturn Tim Bxlles (now)....Onssner
Polka The Dragoons (now)..FHhrbaeh
Si.l.M'lInn Miirltnnii fliQWl WllllllCd
Filial- Strudelhi (new) Flotow
Wait The River of Years (ucwj)
Verdi has been proclaimed a citi
zen of Milan.-
Late Foreip News.
The Consuelo nnived this morn
ing, bringing dates to Kith inst.
The following is the latest news :
The Hyde Park meeting was held
on 1 ltd April. The result was one
of the largest crowds ever seen in
Ilydo Park, making up an aiidiencu
of participators in thu demonstra
tion and spectators upward of 160,
It was feared early in the day
that there would be some hostile de
monstration against the Tory Clubs
on Pall Mall. John Bright appeared
to be in bad favor, as lie was con
stantly hooted and hissed to-day
whenever his name was mentioned.
Gladstone was tho idol of tho hour.
At every window where his portrait
was shown the men would pause and
cheer again and again before resum
ing their march. Throughout tho
long struggling line of thirty or
forty thousand people marching in
this procession, there wero numer
ous bands playing the "Marseillaise,"
"Wearing of tlio Green,'' "St. Pat
rick's Day," and kindred airs. It
was one of the quietest and most
pcaceablu meetings ever known in
the history of political demonstra
tions of England. Stirring speeches
were mado by Sullivan, D.ivitt and
New York, April 10. The Tri
bune's Providence (It. I.) special
of April 8th says: Tho Democrats
carried the new elections for Sena
tors and Representatives in Newport
and East Greenwich to-day, and the
Republicans secured one member in
Warwick. The Legislature now
stands: Senate, Republicans 19,
Democrats 15, no election 2; House
Republicans 28, Democrats 41, no
election 3; joint ballot Republi
can 47, Dcmociats 53, no election 5.
Tlio Democrats have already one
more than enough members to elect
the candidate for Lieutenant-Governor,
Secretary of State, Sheriff,
State Auditor, District Judge, etc.
The Reform party paid as high as
S15 for votes in East Greenwich
Chicago, April 12. The Chicago
fourtccn-incli balk-line billiard
match to-night at Central Music
Hall between Schacfcr and Slosson
for SoOO, was easily won by Schac
fcr by 800 to 039. Schacfer aver
aged 17 35-15 and Slosson 11 23-11.
Schacfer's best run was 120 and
Slosson's 135. About 1,000 people
It is reported that the Russians
are collecting large commissary and
other stores at Penjdeh and Kohja
Saleh, on the northern borders of
General Kaulbars, while eu route
to St. Petersburg, on his way from
Vienna, will visit Berlin.
The Duchess of Norfolk is dead.
A dispatch from Post Surgeon
Byrne at Fort Gibson, reads as fol
lows: "Mr. Blaine is getting well.
In all respects he is stronger. He
has a good appetite, and no fever
or other unfavorable symptoms."
Berlin, April lGth. Tho extra mili
tary credits asked by tho Government
amount to 131,000,000 marks. Of
this, 40,000,000 arc for an increase of
tho army, 12,000,000 for new equip
ments, and tho remainder for strate
gic railroads mid improvements in
Two of tho survivors of the wreck
ed bark J. W. Scavur havo arrived
from Santa Cruz. Both swam ashore
before tho captain left tho bark.
Their baggage was saved from the
wreck, but somo thieves bioko open
their trunks and stole everything of
value belonging to tlio wiecked
sailors. Both lost all of their wealing
apparel. Tho thieves could no't bo
discovered by the ranchers at Alio
Neuvo. S. F. Chronicle.
The lihodo Island Locomotive
Works completed during the end of
last month a locomotivo for tho
New York, Providence, nnd Boston
Railroad. It is claimed by our
American cousins that this locomo
tive is the largest and fastest ever
built. It is designed to run between
Providence and Groton, Conn., nnd
is expected to draw eight cam over
tlio road between the two points a
distance of C2J miles in C2J min
utes, Including a full stop at Mystic
drawbridge. Tho weight of the
engine is about 95,0001b. The
boiler is 5lin. in diameter, cylinders
18 by 2-lin., driving wheels Oft. in
diameter, llrebox 125in. long and
ISIii. wide It will rcquiro three
tons of hard coal for making the lire
before starting from thu round
house. Four tons of coal and 4,000
gallons of water will be carried in
the tender. Homo News.
ML J I 1 - !
TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR-DOCS.
It will be a surprise to many to
know that a dog may bo worth as
much as 810,000, but such is the
case, and there are several of them
in the United States. Ono of these
dogs is owned in Baltimore by Geo.
Norbnry Appold, and is valued at
810,000. The dog's name is Bravo,
and ho is tho champion lemon-and
white pointer dogs of the United
States. Bravo has won prizes at
tho boncli shows of Franklin, Penn. ;
Atlanta, Ga. ; Pittsburg, Penn. ;
New Yoik; Washington, 1). C. ;
Springlield, III.; Cincinnati; Chi
cago, and Philadelphia. Among the
dogs out of Baltimoro on which high
value is placed aro the following :
Harry do Bacon Page's deer-hound
dog Dumobin, 810,000, at Stanley,
N. J. ; William H. Pierce's Glcucho
Kennels, Pecks vill, N, Y. Glcucho,
$10,000; Fawn, 10,000; Trix
810,000; Snap, $10,000. Somo of
the most valuable of these dogs havo
constant attendants men who arc
always with them. rHnltimora Sun.
Philadelphia claims one-fourth the
population and one-half tho wealth
class Gilder and
engaged n first.
we are now fullv nrenued to manufac
ture, repair and re jjltd any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames mode over as good us new, nod
ut prices wll'iln the riach of all. The
pulillc aic invited to cull and Inspnct
tome of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Ilronzp, Copper or Melal we cim
do. KING BROS., Aiit SroitK. 17
1 r( LBS. Fresh Home-Mode Chew.
JLUv lug Sticks, or so-called Br
bers' l'olcf, and fresh, delicious Vanilla
and Cliocolule Crcnms which I guaran
tee to be fur superior and told cheaper
Hint any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Sleiuii Candy Factory and Bakery
im.1 Ice Cream Parlor. 85tt
S PERRY'S No- 1 Family Flour is
ollercd Tor sale by GONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. 01
l)n. Flint's IIeaut Remedv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Cirotiltiaon. Descriptive hook
witli every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 3G1
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Australia May ft
Mariposa May 13
Austrai'a May 31
Zealand! June 10
Australia June 28
Alameda July 8
Australia luly 2G
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zealandia November 25
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Lcavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zealandia May C
Australia May 1"
Alameda Juno 3
Australia June 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July 5
Zealandia July 29
Australia August 2
Alameda Augi-st 20
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 23
Australia September 27
Zealandia October 21
Australia October 25
Alameda November 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 1C
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 13
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure and Sale.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A POWER
of side contuin-'d in a certain niort
Kiigo mado by Alo to Shar York, diittil
March 8th, IStii, ami recorded in Liber
100 on p.igo lil7. Notice is hereby given
that thu said mortgagee intends to fore
close said mortgage for condition broken
to wit: the non-payment thereof, ami
upon said. foreclosure will m:11 at public
auction at tho salesroom of R. 1'. Adams
it Co., auctioneers, on Queen street, in
Honolulu, on WRDNKbDAY, thu 18IU
day of Muy, 1887, at lUiu., nil of tlio
right, title and Interest of the said Alo
in and to the premises descilbcd in said
Fuitlur particulars can bo had of J.
Austin, 1-t, iCiialiiimanu street.
Tlio pro erty to bo sold U a certain
lease of laud situated at Kaiilu,Nuunuii.
Honolulu, made by J. K. Kuiimimiuio to
to Baid Alo and rcconlcd in LI Iter G'J on
Uecds at tho expensu of purchaser.
ciTAit vntlL- ln.....An
By .1. Austin, Ids attorney.
Honolulu. April 20, 1887. 18 ill
OKKDITOHS OF THE
slate of LKE WINO KEL all is
Mokcau, a bankrupt, of Kau, Hawaii,
That the undersigned assignee of tlio
citnte of I.co Wing Kee, alius Mukcau.
a bankrupt, have preparatory to lil llnnl
account and dividend, submlttul his ac
counts as such asslgucu and tiled thu
suinu beforu Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief
.lusjtlco of thu Kiipremu Com I, at his
Chambers, to whom ho will applv at 10
o'clock a. in., on TUESDAY, the ihd
day of 3lay next, for a settlement of
said accounts and for a discharge from
all liabilities as such assignee, and for
au order ti make a llnnl dividend.
And that any person Interested may
then mid there appear auJ contest the
same. W. O.PAHKE,
AEsignca Kitntu of Leo Wing ICcc,
Honolulu, April 20, 1837. 20cod4t
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Fob. 28, '87.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
ltecords Scnrched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agoncy. Mn. JOHN GOOD,
J n., Authorized Collector.
Employmonl Agency. Mn. F. SIAHCOS,
General Butinets Agency. No. '.(8 Mer
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