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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1887.
Stuir Kllauea Hon from lliunnknii
Stun Ivy Holmes from Wiilnln.i
Bgtue Cousuelo for San Francisco at 2
Stinr Lelma for Ilniuakua at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W O Hall for Jilinlmi, Mnaliica,
Kona and Kau at 10 a in
For Kan Francisco, per bilganutlno
Comaielo, June 2.1 Mrs brown, W Tol
llus, 11 Hcdgcr.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lchua 2,r00 bags sugar.
'Stmr Iwalani 0,124 bags sugai.
The bilgantlno Consiielo sailed this
afternoon lor San Francisco with 4.0H
bags of sugar, and 1,IM5 bags of rice.
VESSELS IN PORT.
BWtno Planter, YV 11 Perrlmnn
Mgtnu Cotistielo, Cousins
Bk Caibarleu, Perkins
ltk Cerastes, Itiiimuml
Bk Don Cailos, .laeobson
Ilktno Morning Star. Turner .
Bk CO Whltinoic, Thompson
Bk Saranac, Shaw
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A NunsK girl is wanted.
Skwjnci girls can find employment
:at Mrs. Gascoyno's.
Stalls for houses, with feed, etc.,
may be procuied by applying t" this
Stkamkr Iwalani will take n mace
ration mill to llonokaa on her next
The weather at JIaniakua of late
has been very pleasant, but rain is
AnouT 30 marines from tho U. S.
H. Adams held taiget practice at the
H. B. A. range to-day.
Chun Lung, holder of the opium
licence, was arrested this morning
for selling opium.
Poi.iok olliccr Eobiuson was allud
ed to in tho Polieo Court this morn
ing as tho fellow who nric&tcd tho
Statistics show that moro than
two-thirds of tho sailois employed in
tho United States Navy aio of foi
.oign bit th..
Anyone with a frontage for sale on
King' stieet, between Bethel anil
Foit btieets, can find a purchaser at
Messrs J. E. Brown it Co.'s.
Mr. Geo. Ashley did not go away
by the steamer Likcliko Tuecday as
icportcd, but will lenvo by tio W. G.
Hall to-moirow morning.
Stkamrk Iwalani, which arrived
last evening fiom Hamakua and
Lalmina, brought a poition of a
vacuum pun from Lahaina, as a
;nodol for a new pan.
Mb. Lewis J. Levey's special salo
of furniture, ciookciy, and giocoiies
will begin at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, at his salesiooms. A liberal
credit will bo allowed to tho trade.
Two boxes of moiiKOOses, about
ono dozen in all, came by tho steamer
Lchua last evening. Half of tho rat
.catchers will go to Naalchu Planta
tion and tho balaneo to tho Eccipro
city Sugar Co., Maui.
Mas. Morryfield and Mrs. Deniming
and daughter, who went by the
steamer Lchua, on hor last trip to
Hakalau, to visit the plantation and
bo guests of Mr. Lehman, will icturn
.to Honolulu by tho Lelma.
A late arrival from Hakalau, whilo
-talking about roads, said that Haka
lau plantation lias spent over $1,000
on tho road thcie, and that tho Gov
ernment owes tho Hakalau stoio
$C00, for provisions supplied.
BETHEL UNION CHURCH.
At a meeting held on tho 22nd
instant, it was unanimously resolved
That tho most hearty thanks of
the Bothel Union Church and Con
gregation bo convoyed to J. T. Water
Jiouso, Ebq., for our freo uso of tho
Lyceum, granted by him, sinco tho
destruction by firo fifteen months
sinco, of our own house of worship.
It was also voted to accept tho
very fiaternal invitation of tho Fort
Streot Ohuich to join tjitun in all
their cervices until tho proposed
union of tho two churches shall bo
completed this acceptanco to take
.effect on and after tho first Sunday
8. E. Uisnoi',
THE GREAT EASTERN.
The Great Eastern, thus says tho
Jfew York Maritime Jleyislcr: Tho
uses to which the steamer Great
Eastern is to bo put arc certainly
manifold. The latest report is that
Iho steamer is onco moro to bo used
for trading purposes, and she is
expected to do good work in carry
ing produco between England and
the Antipodes. Tin intention is to
have her paddles rprnoved ; and it is
belicvo when sho has passed through
the hands of the sliip-biiildprs she
will attain a speed of twonty knots.
A friendly Treaty has been arrang
ed between China and Portugal,
THE LATE JOHN SILVA.
-John Silva, who lost his life in tlio
firo Tuesday night, was n member of
the Portuguese Honuvolimt Socioty
and the first they have lost by death.
This fact coupled with the sad cir
cumstances of his end appear to havo
excited profound and widespread
sympathy amongst his country peo
ple. Tho funeral took placo this
morning, under tho auspices of tho
Soeiotv and was very hugely at
tended, being followed by Company
0 of the Honolulu Kiflcs, and the
rdrtugueso band who volunteered
their services for the occasion.
A SMART PASSAGE FROM AUSTRALIA.
Tho "Home News" says: The
Orient Line s.s. Orniuz lias just
completed the fastest passage on
record between England and Austra
lia. She left Adelaide on April 1 at
10 p. m., and arrived at Plymouth
on May 7 at 2 :15 p. m. The length
of passage, including all stoppages
and transit of Suez Canal, and after
adding tho diffcicnco in longitude,
was thirty-three days two hours ; the
actual steaming time, excluding
Canal transit, being only twenty
nino days twenty-thrco hours. The
speed averaged all the way was over
LAUNCH OF A PENINSULAR
Tho Victoiia tho first of thu mag
nificent additions to tho Peninsular
and Oiiental Company's alieady largo
fleet, was launched from Messrs.
Caird and Co.'s yaid at Oicenock on
the 0th Mav. Her dimensions nio
length, 48:i"fcot; breadth, 52 feet;
and depth, 37 feet. She will legister
ncaily 7,000 tons, and her tuple ex
pansion engines aro expected to de
velop 7,000 cflcctivo horse-power,
which should diivo her 17A knots at
full speed. In addition to" the Vic
toiia, tho Peninsular and Oriental
Company aro also building at Oice
nock, the Britannia, of nearly 7,000
tons and at Messrs. llarland and
Wolfl's yaid at Belfast the Oceana
and Arcadia, of the eamo dimensions
as tho Victoiia, and these four
steamers aro being constructed for
tho India, China and Australian
mail sei vices of tho company.'
EiuTou Bui.ixtin: I understand
that there is talk of a public meet
ing to be called by prominent mer
chants next Monday or Tuesday
during tho day to consider the Poli
tical situation and to petition the
King for ledress of grievances. I
for one and I know I voice tltc senti
ment of many others, decidedly ob
ject to the choice of Monday or
Tuesday for such an event as they
are very busy days and all would
like to attend tho meeting. Cannot
it bo postponed until later in tho
One who woulu like to attend.
Honolulu, June 25, 1887.
A GOOD REPLY.
The "Church of England Tem
perance Chronicle" says: "The
Eov, F. A. Lillingslon, who has ac
cepted the living of St. James's,
Clapham, tells the storg of a cate
chetical address, in which it was
sought to lead a congregation of
children to see that the wearing of
a uniform was a maik of distinction,
making the individual easily recog
nized and involving responsibilities.
'You see a man walking very erect,
dressed in a red coat, who is lie? 'A
soldier, sir.' 'Eight.' 'You sco a
man wearinjr a kind of helmet, and
dicssed in blue, who is ho? 'A
policeman, sir.' 'Bight again.'
Then the preacher braced himself
up to skcteh a parson. 'You see a
man dressed in a black coat, aud
wearing a stiff whlto collar, who is
he?' 'A masher, sir,' was the
triumphant rejoinder, and woll,
never mind the rest." Had we been
asked the latter question we should
havo said something which would
have disgusted the Eov. A. F. C. L.,
and yet allowed tho Rev. gentleman
to keep his own initials.
SUPREME COURT-IN PROBATE.
DEKOltE PHKSTON, J.
TnunsnAY, Juno 2.1rd.
In ro guardianship of the children
of L. Allium deceased. Petition of
Aliuna and Fat Ngeo for guardian
ship by Fat Ngee.
Tho Court declines to make any
order, but states that tho estate in
cash in this Court will bo paid to
patties applying for samo entitled to
it. Jona. Austin for petitioners. Pe
titioners in person.
In ro cstato of James D. Mills, of
Ililo, deceased. Petition of J. T.
Watei house, Jr. for probate of will.
Ordered that will is probated, ond
J. T. Waterhousc, Jr. and Fred. S.
Lyman appointed executors to act
under 511,000 bond witu opproveu
surety. S. L. Austin allowed $30.50
as mileage account as witness, W.
0. Smith for petitioners.
Makalel et al. vs, D. Ilimenl. Kill
for for a writ, account, olo. Con
tinued from ICth inst. for docrce.
Argued and ,-fiirthor continued for
the Court to moke same in writing.
Lei (k), vs. Levi (k), and J. K,
Josepa. Bill to set asido a deed. Ec
turn Hay. Time oxtended from Kith
inst. No answer Wed, fmther ex
tension to bo nrrnngod.
A Eussian dispatch says that the
Ameer of Bokhara has dismissed all
tho oflleials of his Government who
wore found .intriguing against Russia.
The case of assault and battery
on police ofilccrs by J. M. Dowsett,
II. Whitney, and C. Widclnann,
postponed from Tuesday, came up
for hearing this morning.
The Deputy Marshall took tho
stand, aud after being swoin, testi
fied that he was at the Police Sta
tion last Saturday night. Ho went
there at 9 o'clock to remain until 4
or 5 o'clock Sunday morning in his
official capacity. He sent officers
Kuuhanc and Katnana at about
10:30 o'clock to the Hotel, becauso
a telephono messago had been re
ceived. Tho message said there
was trouble and noise at the Hotel.
He could hear the noise at tho Sta
tion House (laughter.) After a
while the two policemen came back
and rcpoited the trouble over and
all quiet. At 12:30 o'clock a tele
phone messago came saying that
thcro was a disturbance at Mauna
kickie a Portuguese settlement
above the Queen's Hospital. Tho
same two officers (Kauhano and
Kamana) were sent out to Mauna
kickic. After they had gone a call
for more policemen was received
and just then officers Dius aud
Eobinson came in, and they went
out ngain Immediately. Later on a
disturbance was reported near tho
Hotel, and a little beforo 2 o'clock
the policemen with Mr. Creighton,
Mr. Mullcr, and others camo to the
station. Officers Bias and Eobin
son showed signs of having been
hurt. TJic Deputy knew that there
was to be a jubilee celebration that
night, but had received no direc
tions. Mr. Mullcr was brought to
tho station, but by which policeman
the witness was not certain. Mr.
Muller was brought to tho station
for trying to stampede the officer's
horse, but was not detained or want
ed to call again. The policemen
Dius and Eobinson did not have on
their uniforms,' but wore their
badges. The witness did not recogn
ize tho voice through the telephone
from the Hotel. It was in English,
no signal was given. Do not know
who telephoned from'the Portuguese
settlement. Tho Poitugucse dis
turbers wore brought to tho Station
sometime after 2 o'clock. Mr. Mul
ler and others was let go because a
warrant could be issued if they were
wanted ; no bail were asked. Officer
Dias, the witness thinks,- said he
had a charge of assault and battery
against Mr. Creighton. Mr. Creigh
ton tried to rescue a ptisoncr from
Police Officer Dias, taking the
stand, said lie was a police oilier,
that Ins hours were fiom 7 o'clock
f. si. to 0 o'clock a. si. Ho was on
duty last Saturday night. Went
his rounds, as was customary in the
evening, and got back at 12:30
o'clock. When he got back he was
told by the Dpcuty Marshal to go
to Maunakiekie. When on Eiehard
street, near Hotel, heard a noise.
Some men were shouting and when ho
told them to keep still, ono of them
(Dowsett) said he would not. Dow
sett caught the witness' horse and
would not let go. Dowsett on re
cognizing the officer said, here's the
policeman that arrested tho Attorney-General
shouted to pull the witness into the
yard close by and lick him. Dow
sett was pulling tho witness' horse
through the open gate when the
witness dismounted and on going
up to Dowsett the latter struck him
(the witness) in the face. When
witness was arresting Dowsett,
Widcmann camo up and without
saying anything struck the witness
in the face. A police whistle was
blown, the witness thought by Offi
cer Eobinson. The witness was
holding onto Dowsett when Whitney
demanded his (Dowsett's) release.
Whitney was told to go away but
he would not go. Creighton pulled
off tho witness' badge. The three
Dowsett, Whitney and Widcmann
witli others pulled tho wltnoss, who
was holding onto Dowsett into the
yard, whero they fell down and ho
(the witness) was, kicked. Dia9
tried to get out of tho gate, and ono
of tho party (knows him by sight)
tiled to prevent him by shutting the
gate. When Dias got into tho streot
Mr, Muller said lie (the olllccr;
could not tako that man (referring
to Dowsett). Dias said ho would
if Dowsett came out in the Btrcet.
Dowsett came out and said, you
can't do It. Dias took hold of Dow
sett by the coal, but Muller caught
on and pulled Dowsett away. Mullcr
was given over to Officer Kaua who
took Mullcr to (he Station. Mr.
Creighton was then given to Police
Officer Sam. Mr. Whitney was
caught by' witness hiding behhul a
hack. Whitney ueggod to bo let
go, but witness would not let him
off. The rest of tho pooplo scat
tered and disappeared. Tho boys
appeared to havo been drinking.
Thov wero shouting and making a
noiso. Hero tho 12 o'clock whistle
blew and a recess until 1:80 o'clock
was agreed upon.
Court resumed at 1 :30 this after
noon, The same witness was still
on tho stand at tho tlino of going tQ
press, 8 o'clock.
The latest instnnco of Russian
exclusion affecting Germans is a
piopoBed law of naturalization which
litis just been submitted to tho
Council of tho Eniplro. jr. Katcoff
urges tho Government to make con
ditions of naturalization so ulflluuU
of performance that it would be im
possible for foreigners to become
naturalized oltlxons in order to make
si fortune and afterward return home.
Olllcial circlos do not slmro tlio
sentiments of thu olllcitil press
Bell Tel. 173. Mutual Tel. 372.
P. O. Box C07.
Campbell Block, Merchant 0t,
or Lease tho Nuiuinu valley
head of Xuuauu Valley, easy
For Salo houso and lot on Berctanla
strict, house nearly new contains 9
rooms pleasantly sltunltd, garden etc
in excellent oidcr. Would bo told
Land off Llliha Slroot about 5 ncrcs, a
splendid propel ly, chin tiling view.
Knrly application necessary to pur.
clinse ina single lot.
To Lot or Loaso a G roomed cuttagc
corner Al.ip il und Klnmi sticcts. Lot
lODXictx lOOfiet. Bent $10 a month.
Blacksmith Shop in the now Brick
Building 011 King strict near Nutianu,
recently occupied by C. T. Iloyt.
Opposite Old Station llonto.
Shop on King Street In now brick build.
Ing mar Nuuiuui, next door to the
Oiiitieso News Co.'s Otllcc.
Two Cottages on Punchbowl street between
King and Buretuula.
Handsomo Resldenco on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl street, I urge ground with
out-houses etc. Kent $ii0 a 111011 h.
Furnished Cottage 5 minutes walk from
Post Oltlcc suitable for single poison,
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO h
authorised to collect mould and sign
Alt kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Rented and Sold
Custom House Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree
mentp,&c Drawn on Short
28 Merchant Street. 01
iKt rCTBIO HOTrENHOllT
Fitah. 1873. Henri for
l'raalamrriUl K'n 9
t HfcKwlln erorr Halt
I7Q4 HACTMENTO BT , BAN P1IANOIBOO.CAI,
Feb. .8, '87.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to make bucketi of
when empty. For salo by
121m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
Just Received !
Ex Bktne John Worster, for salo
In lots to suit.
S.Q40 Pouiulw por Ton.
WILDER & CO.
Mr. L. B. KERR
up his New
Comprising a larejo and well selected
Suitiblo for tho Season.
Tlirso goods ucro (elected in England
by Mr. Kerr personally, nnd aro guaraii.
teed to bo of tho finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having secured tho services
of a NEW CUTTER, ho is pre,
parod to fulfil orders with tlio utmost
23 Merchant St.
, r'frSifm L.-g t
HW ti I i ill Hi PPI li
Hat aiiai Jockey (iluli Cm
or i eso.
A Sweeostakeof$25 Added,
Itaco to bo run at tho Juno meeting of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club In 1881).
Threo quartern of a mile dash for Ha
waiian bred two yeir olds.
Nominations, Inclosing a fee of 10, to
bo sent to the (Secretary of tlio Ha
linn Jockey Clul) on or before JunoUOth
1867. Final acceptances as to tho
lialAncp' of swocpstakea on or beforo
July lit 1183.
0. 0. EERGB3,
fjecrttuy Haw. Jockey Club.
Hell Tel. !H. Stntnnl Tel. 139
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor.Furnlshcd.
Premises on Judd Street, at present occu.
pled by J. Emmeluth. Over 2 ncrcs
in exttnt; substantially enclosed,
graded, planted with fruit tree, both
loielgn and native; durable buildings.
Premises noar Thomas Square. Kulnoknhua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School mid Fort
street", opposite the Government
School House S0j ft. on Fort etrcet,
12 i feet on School street j one 2-n;oinui
Lot ol Land in Knllhl Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Cornor," situate on the east cor
ner of Nuuunu and Qucm streets.
Lot, corner uf l'ensneola nnd Wilder
Avenues, M'ikiM.'J acres more or less;
may be divided up tor small home
stcuds. To Lot Tint very cinvcnimt and dc.
sirable cottage on Merchant street
oppoilto the iMutuul Telephone build
Filly Acres (moro or less) in Hnulkl, cast
of Moanalua; 14 acres of agricultural
land; 23 ncies all together suitable
for the cultivation of rice, taro or ha.
luuuis. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Loaso ol FUh Pond at Wniklkt. A lare
oppoitunlty for a profitable invest
ment. Cattlo Ranch at Kannnpali, Maui, suitable
' for a ranchman of limited moans.
Loaso ol Cottago and Lot with large stable
accommodation, on Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished and do
ing a proliiablo business. Situated as
follow s :
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakca, abovu King street;
For Leaso or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and largo lot abovo Klnnu
street, on the Hank of Piinciib wl hill.
Diiildings now and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view.
Promises now occupied by L. Way, Kq.,
KulaoKaiiiia. A very ucsiniuio res l.
deuce, fully appointed.
Also, a vacant building
TO LET OB LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out lieretiinla
strict, maktii of 1'iinahou, '!.( miles
from the Post Ofllec. Together with
grounds and artoiian u'll. Thce
premises are fully nppoiu td and vorj
convenient for a large family, und are
furnished with servants' quarters, tar.
nil go house, stables, etc.
Ono Large 2-Story Cottago, on tho flunk of
of L'unclibowl, IjLf miles lrom the I'os t
Ofllce, fully supplied with every con
venience lor i in in ed late occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottago, with laige yard accommo
dation, corner of Llliha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; tlvo minutes' walk from
tho Post Oincc.
Ten Acres (moro or lesi) of good pasture
laud situate on the Government ro.ul
in ICiillhi two miles from (own.
A D-Room Cottago with kitchen nnd hnth,
within a half a mile of the Post Ofllce.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many year experience and
can guarantco satisfaction.
By a Book-Koepor and geno-ol business
llillll, wjiu l uuiuuiiliv:u nun nil
branches of mtreuntile business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Ennincer, who con give Iho
wi of references if de.-ired.
Ily a thoroughly
imsiucss lu all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been many ) ears a resident of
By Several Men who will mnke them.
selvei useful in dolnu thu chores in
privuto families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho fori going items on application at
tho Agency. r3
BY THIS STEAMER
lias received a full Hue line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full line of-
Linen, Torchon Luces,
Itibbons, Hats, Millinery.
ALL TIIE GO !
Go inspect Mr. FisheVs New Goods I
Leading Millinery House,.
Oar. Fort & Hotel Stieiti.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in the Dailt tiiLLKHH,
Queen Lilly Hat
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Special Notice to the Ladies.
By the steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment of tho
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
SK-SLadies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
!N"o trouble to
S. EHRLICH, 63
(Opposite W. O.
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fioo Custom Made Clotliiug,
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoes
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Aro an entirely now preparation ofwhcit and Oati, b2ingcroked,by Hteain, ami
only requiring a short tlino to prepare thoni for the table.
2TTho most nutritious food known.-JSa
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dates, Prune, Nut, Itaisins,
Now Zealand, California, and Island Potatoes, &e.
Also, liroom Corn, excellent for chiekon feed, for salo by
Olms, Hustaco, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, F. IIORJf, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far ns tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, ns also for bdect par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamcliainelia IV, Kanichamcha V, and
Lunnlilo, and having the honor of supplying the pi csent royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment; haiug over forty years
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, 1'uHtry Cook niiilEOriinmcntitr li.;iIonolulii.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Betweon Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (03 3m) Honolulu, H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of--
Comprising the well-known biands of
COLGATE & CO., LTJtfDTJORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALQIIA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
lAIONA GERMAN COLOGNE,&o.
TPov fSitlo at Renonablo Prices,
and 65 Fort Street,
Imln it Co's.)