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THURSDAY, FEU. 23, 1888.
Stmr Kllnuca Hon from lliunnliua
Schr Hccta from lCniml
StmrLchua for Lanal, Kaupo, Hnnn,
ami Hukalau atii f m
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Lelnia 2,400 bags sugar.
Kilauca llou-:),ii0 bags Migar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Vandalla. Hear Admiral Kiinb,erly
U S S Marlon, Dyer
Bit Lady llarcwood, Williams
Dk Colusa, Bnckcrs
ill; D 0 Bryant, T.co
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The weather was good nt llnnia
kua when tho steamer Lelnia left.
The Temple of Fashion is selling
linen carriage robes at $2.50 apiece.
Mr. F.jIIorn is experiencing a, rush
on his1 cakes, candies, and ice cream.
, 1 m .
IJiiANK Hertz's new stock of boots
represents great variety and good
The Myrtle boat club will give a
daneo at their club houso in a week
or ten days.
," HoiiiSTEH.'& Co., Fort street, have
every nientibnable and conceivable
kind of perfumo.
A quiet, gentle pony, which u child
cm ride, may bo purchased from Mr.
G. N. Boardman.
Wm. McCandlcs, lequcsts his
customers not to pay any money to
boys making delivery of meat.
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Attention is called to the different
business cards of Egan it Co., pro
prietors of tho Arcade, Fort street.
The stock at tho late George
Engelhardt's store, Fort street, is
being sold at cost, with the view of
closing tho establishment.
The oponing and' macadamizing of
the Bethel street continuation to
Hotel street will probably be consum
mated within tho next six weeks.
What the Popular Millinery House
of N. S. Sachs, 104 Fort street, can
not show in the lino of silks and
satins, direct from Paris, is not worth
I 1 T
Theke aro some choice ferns and
plants in tho lato Geo. Engelhardt's
garden : they will shortly be sold at
auction : they may be seen and in
The St. Louis College Brass Band
is a credit to the college. Its open
air evening rehearsals are appreciated
by tho peoplo, of tho neighborhood
who have souls for music.
To-morkow, at 10 o'clock a. ji., Mr.
James P. Morgan will sell the furni
ture and other household eflccts of
tho lato William Turner, at tho de
ceased's lato residence, Alukea street.
One of the j).retty sights of
Port street is the variegated rolls of
Brussels carpeting in B. F, Elder's
show window. .All tho gradations of
shade from dark to light are thprc.
HALF-rAST seven o'clock this even
fng is tho timo for tho mooting of tho
Debating Club, in tho hall of Oahu
Lodge, K. of P., Fort street. "Is
education a proventivo of crime?" is
tho subject of debate.
An auction sale will be held by Mr.
Lewis J. Levey, at 42 o'clock noon
to-inorrow, at that gentleman's sales
room, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Ifay, corn, potatoes, and
wheat will bo offered for cash.
John Green, whoso stand is on
King Street, near Fort street, and
who may bo communicated with by
tlio Mutual telephono No. CC5, is pro
pared to do all kinds of baggage ox
press and drayago work ' at short
A I'ECULUitiTY of tho icrutctl wa
ters manufactured by tho Tahiti Soda
Works, J. E. Brown & Co., proprie
tors, is tho fact that tlio gas witli
which tho liquids aro impregnated is
purified by passing through iv tank of
. Wiutk and black sand, black and
corarrock, are articles which Mr. M.
It. Colburn, drayman, is prepared to
supply in any quantity and at short
notico. His oflice is with J. P. Col
burn, King street, near Muuuakca
Miss P. Theilo's Kindergarten and
Elementary school, on Berctania
street, near Piikoi street, is not corf
lined to branches usually taught in
schools designated by thoso terms:
lessons in French, German or music
are given to children whose parents
Aloahoiia is u hard wood and good
firewood tho best of any growing in
the vicinity of Honolulu, Indeed, it
is seldom that any hotter can bo pro
cured in this market. This is an
articlo which can be had at the pre
sont time at J. P. Colburn's, King
street, near Muunakeu street, at a
Timlin will bo no drill
Honolulu Rifles to-night.
An insane nutivu and two eaten of
asHfttilt conslituti'd (he arrests of this
Tin: brigantino J. D. Sprcckcls will
sail for San Fmncibco on Saturday
Mi:. F. II. llayM'ldun and family
take passage for Lanai by the steamer
Lohua tliis evening.
Tun alarm of ilro this afternoon
was caused by soineono shouting lire
near the l'ost Olllce.
The barkentiuo Discovery will
take tlio oil brought hero by I ho
whaler Lagodu, to Ban Francisco.
Mil. Miucus Colburn will letire
from his position as assistant jailor
of Oahu Prison at the end of Feb
ruaiy. A iiACi: pin was lost at tho Rifles'
armory last night. Tho iindor will
bo rewarded on returning it to this
Inspection is invited by Messrs.
B. P. Ehlcrs & Co., to new lines of
embroideries, laces, and curtains,
just received by them from Europe.
The steamer Kilauca IIou, which
arrived this afternoon, reports rough
seas at lluniakua yesterday and
strong winds in the channel last
night. A whaler was scon oil' Molo
kai light this morning.
An entertainment to the. employees
of the Honolulu Iron Works will be
given this evening! at 7 :30 o'clock, in
thcY. M. C. A. 'Hall, by Theo. II.
Davies, Esq. Admission by ticket.
The credit sale of Messrs. Haokfeld
it Co. which has been in progress
since Monday last, will bo continued
to-morrow ; 10 o'clock a. m. is tho hour
to open. The goods to bo offered are
specified in an advertisement.
The barkentine Discovery and the
O. S. S. Bolgio are advertised to sail,
the first on or about the 2oth of
February for San Francisco, and the
other on or about February 28th, for
Hongkong and Yokohama. Freight
or passage can be secured in cither
of these vessels upon application to
Messrs. 11. Haokfeld & Co.
The social on board the U. S.- F.
S. Vandalia, yesterdaj'-, in honor of
the anniversary of George Washing
ton's birthday, was one of the most
brilliant of the season. A large
number of prominent society people
were present to do lonor to the oc
casion. Dancing was indulged in
to the strains of Bergcr's string
band and refreshments were served
in the ward room.
. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this evening
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March Express Nelthardt
Overture Italian in Algiers. . . .KosMni
Finale Blgoletto ....." Verdi
Selection .Madame Aupot Lecocq
Liko o Mnnou.
Medley Ye Olden Times, by request
Waltz 1001 Nights Strauss
Quadrille Cox and Box Cooto
HOP OF CO. A HONOLULU RIFLES.
The hop given by Company A of
the Honolulu Rides' last night, at
their armory, was a very enjoyable
affair. The armory was nicely de
corated with Hags, flowers, palm
leaves and lanterns artistically ar
arranged. Tlio guests began to arrivo at 8
o'clock and by 'J o'clock fully four
hundred persons were there.
Tho Honolulu Rifles were in full
dress uniform, the commissioned
officers appearing handsomely in
their gold lace and black helmets.
A number of the officers of war ves
sels in port, were there, some in
full dress uniform. The ladies wore
handsome costumes. Prof. II. Ber
ger with his boys furnished musio
for fourteen dances in tlio follow
ing order: Lancers, Waltz, Schot
tisclie, Quadrille, Polka, Lancers
(centennial), Waltz, Schottische,
Quadrille, Polka, Lancers, Waltz,
Virginia Reel and Medley,
Tho reception committee, white
rosetto, wero Major II. F. Jlebhard,
Licutonont C. T. Wilder, Lieuten
ant J. Jj. Torbert, Sergeant "ty. C.
Wilder and Sergeaut D. Douglas.
Tho floor committee, blue rosette:
Corporal Clias. Hall, Corporal A.
Gartcnberg, Private E. B. Thomas,
Private A. Yoiinr, Private F. B.
McStocker and Private J. Emme
luth. Floor manager, red rosette,
Private W. G. Ashley.
Messrs. Hart & Co. had charge of
tho refreshment department, and
tho guests wore well supplied,
Yesterday afternoon the regular
weekly rhetorical and musical exer
cises wero held at Oahu College.
The day being tho anniversary of
tho birth of Geo. Washington, the
programme was eomiiieniorutivo of
that event. Mrs. W. C. Merritt, Miss
M. E. Spooncr and Mrs. Ilanford
had charge of the exercises, which
wore highly creditable to thoso ladies
and showed the patient and persist
ent training of tlio pupils in elocu
tion and music to great advantage.
Over tho platform hung tlio pictures
of the immortal Washington and his
wife Martha draped with American
Hags, and between them was a. re
presentation of tlio hatchet- with
which hu committed such havoc on
the cherry tree. There was a large
and attentive audience present who
showed their appreciation of the
efforts of tlio pupils by frequent
bursts of applause
Editor Bulletin: I see in your
account of tho assault and battery
against Mr. Bruce and his wife
upon their niece which was tried in
the Police Court on the 10th hist.,
you have represented that they were
reprimanded by the Judge. If they
were reprimanded, which I did not
understand to bo the case, then I
take it, that tlicy wore considered
guilty to a certain extent and should
have received sentence of some kind
or another. This, I take it, would
have been right to the child, to the
community, and also to themselves,
as it would have afforded them a
chance to appeal to a higher court.
But allow mo to say in reference
to your paragraph which was: "It
lias been decided that Miss Minnie
Olsen, Mrs. Brucc's niece, will
remain at the English Sisters'
School until arrangements are made
to send her to the Norwegian colony
iu Wisconsin." They at least, are
aware of no such decision, or by
whom such a decision could have
been rendered. The fact is, the
child lias been in their own personal
custody, since the day of the trial
was, from the Court room taken to
their house, and has remained there
ever since. If she is sent to the
Norwegian Colony of Wisconsin or
elsewhere, it will probably be by
them alul at their expense. They
aro not aware of the legal right of
any one else to interfere in the mat
ter: at least, thej' recognize none as
existing on these islands. Trusting
that you will give the foregoing
space in your columns,
I am sir,
Your obed't servant,
Editor Bulletin: In your issuo
of Tuesday you say, "An attorney
was yesterday mildly censured for
drawing the will of a native woman
in a language foreign to both the
testatrix and the subscribing wit
nesses." The attorney referred to did not
see, feel, or hear any censure of him,
either mild or otherwise, on that oc
casion and nothing of tho sort ap
pears iu the record or proceedings,
and the attorney did not then see,
aud docs not now see, that there
was any cause of censure of him.
He was requested to write a will,
and wrote it iu English and gave it
to a friend of the testatrix, who
came to his oillec for it, and lie (the
attorney), was not present at the
execution of the will, and had noth
ing to do with that.
He does not understand Hawaiian,
and cannot translate English into
Hawaiiau, and was not asked nor
paid to translate the will, and he
did not incur it his duty to consider
tho expense and trouble of translating
the will, without having been asked
or paid tojdo it.
If the testatrix desired a transla
tion of the will it was her duty to
If the learned judge had seen
ground for censure of any body con
nected with the will, he could, and
doubtless would have taken time to
consider and investigate the matter,
but 1)0 did not do that, and after
hearing the witnesses and learning
that the attorney wrote the will, he
admitted the will to probate, with
out calling upon the attorney for
any explanation. The whole pro
ceeding lasted about forty minutes.
You say in your article: "The
Court remarked it was tho duty of
tho attorney to personally propound
the law in such cases.'' This does not
appear in tho record or proceedings,
and tho attorney did not hear it, and
docs not believe it.
Tho attorney was employed tt
write tho will and nothing more and
nothing less, uud if lie could have
supposed that the wri ing of tho will
made it his duly to leave his olllce
and business unasked and unpaid
and run the risk of some contagious
disease by entering her sick room,
and undertaking "to personally pro
pound tho luw" to her, ho certainly
would not have written tho will.
You say, "A mere cousin in this
instance was the solo deviseo to the
exclusion of an invalid husband"
this too, is a mistake.
This invalid husband sold all her
laud for all he could get for it, and
made n deed of conveyance of it, as
the land records will sliow,and he is
not entitled to any consideration,
aud during her last illness and at
tlio time of her death, aud since, he
was within a few hundred yards of
the place of her sickness and death,
and ho know all about tho will, and
and that it had been filed for probate,
could have employed counsel to op
poso the probate, and he has since
been removed to tlio leper hospital.
Tho exigeucy of the case did not
require or make it necessary to
bring out nil these facts upon tho
hearing of tho motion for probate
and they were not.
11EFOUE 11ICKEUTON, J.
Tiiunsiur, Feb. 23, 1888.
The King vs. Ah Clioy, assault
and battery. Appeal from Koolnu
poko. Continued on motion of the
Crown until 1 :30 r. si, to-day.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the Crown. No ap
pearance for, the defendant.
The King vs. Alcana and Amaii,
gaming. Appeal from Polico Court,
Honolulu. On motion of the Crown
aud by consent of defendants con
tinued until 1:30 v. m. to-day.
Deputy Attorncy,Gencral A. P.
Peterson for the Crown ; J. L. Kau
lukou for defendants.
F. Botellid vs. A. Morgan, reple
vin. Appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. On motion of defendant
'and by consent of plaintiff, con
tinued until 1 :30 p. m. to-morrow.
W. C. Achi for plaintiff ; V. V.
Asliford for defendant.
F. II. Ilayselden vs. D. Kahalc
luhi, assumpsit $100.50. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu. On
motion of plaintiff and by consent
of defendant, continued until March
15. Ward for plaintiff; W. A.
Kinney for defendant.
F. II. Hayselden vs. Kaneaikala,
assumpsit 852. Appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. On motion of
plaintiff and by consent of defend
ant, continued until March Term
E. Ward for plaintiff; "W. A.
Kinney for defendant.
Tong On Kee vs. Cheong Pau,
Man Ling and W. S. Wond garni
shees, assumpsit SG3. Appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. Plea in
Bar. Argued and decision reserved
until to-morrow p. m.
A. Rosa for plaintiff; A. C. Smith
for defendant Cheong Pan.
Low Sam Sing vs. Wan Yun,
trover. Appeal from Polico Court,
Honolulu. After argument, the
Court takes matter under advise
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff ; A. S.
Ilartwell for defendant.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
UEFORE DOLE, J.
Monday, Feb. 20, 1888.
The Court opened at 10 a. ji.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance ; and
at 12 noon takes a recess until 1
In re estate of Mauae (w), of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased. Appeal of
Kahalcwai (w). Further heard on
18th instant and continued until
lo-day. Being tried before a Ha
waiian jury. At 1 p. ji. counsel
will address the jury.
W. L. Ilolokahiki and S. K. Kane
for proponent ; A. C. Smith aud A.
Rosa for contestant.
UEFORE -M'CULLY, J.
Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1888.
Tho Court opened at 10 a. h.
Hawaiian and Foreign jurors in at
tendance. And at 12 noon adjourns
for the day.
A. J. Cartwright trustee under the
will of Emma Kaleleonalani vs.. Ka
noelehua (k), ejectment.
Tried before a mixed jury. Una
nimous oral verdict for plaintiff.
W. A. Kinney and W. O. Smith
for plaintiff ; W. C. Achi for defend
WE beg to Intimate that Mr. W. L.
Orceu who Ikih hitherto, with
Mr. G. W. Macfarlnue, conducted uur
agency here, retires' from the same as
on 1st January, 18S8.
Mr. G. W. Miicfnrlane, assisted by
Mr. Hobeit Culton, will continue to
represent our Urm here.
MIHHLEES, WAT; ON & CO.
Honolulu, Sard February-1683.
ONE LACK PIN, cluster of Garnet",
at the ltitles Armory liiBt nlidit,
to tlija olllce aud r pel ve
For San Francisco.
Tlio Al liurkentiuo
Will hall on or
For freight or passage
H. HACKFELD & GO.
Tim Al Steamship
Will tall for Hongkong and Yokoliama
on or about tho !8tu of this month.
For freight or passage having superior
accommodations npplv to
70 et H. HACKFELD & CO.
TjiRESH, HOME-MADE WAL
X? nut (.reams lcdiiccd lo :i0 cents
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Bteaui
Candy Factory aud Bakery, Hotel, be
tween Nutuunt and Fort streets. 71
17RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
? colate and Cueoauut Caramels re
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Hotel, between Xuiianu and
Fort streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
ami Vanilla Chocolate Cic:uih(i1c
llelous) reduced to M cents per whole
pound, at tho Pioneer Steam Candv
Factory And Bakeiiv, Hotel, ue
tween nliuanu and foitt streets.
CMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
X" fornni Putt, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cncs by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
RYAN'S BOAT BTJUiDlNO
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
j rooms. No. 4 Unrdcn Lane, tlio
second door fromUnion street.
on uic premises.
CLEAN RAGS and second liund
clothing will be gratefully receiv.
ed for tho use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kuknako,
or nt the Leper Skttlmcnt on Molokni,
if left with J. T. YVatcrhouse, jr., nt tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
On account of departure,
Family Carriage Horse,
Harness and Wagonette,
One Hiding Horse.
1 Lady's Side Saddle and
Ureal Bargains !
The business of the late
Will bo conducted by the undersigned
executors of the will of the
deceased, until tho
Lamps, ICtc, Etc,
-is disposed or-
Everything will be sold at Cost
Thus affording housekeepers and
others a rare opportunity of re.
plenishing or renewing these neces
eary household nrticles at small ex
pense. They will also sell at public
auction sometime next week date'
to be announced in a future issue
at the lote rcidence of the deceased
ou Queen street, near the corner of
Alakca, the entire contents of tho
Fernery and Conservatory !
CSTThcro U a gardener in daily at.
tendance aud public inspection Is cor.
L. A. THUKSTON,
Executors of the Will.
rpHE undersigned familiar with tho
X inunagvment nf tho nutHlde plan,
tutiou work seeks an engagement as
head luna. Address,
01 ilw Euglo IIoueo.
BY a young married man situation as
clerk, or iu any other capnclty.
Good huudwrlllog, knowledge ot ttoro
work and shipping. Good Island re.
ferencea. Address, "OLEIUC," olllco of
this paper. (IU lw
CtOTTAGE at Walkiki.
Large ymds, stables,
etc. Hunt very moderate.
J. E HltOWN it CO.,
128 Merchant ftreet.
FOlt LEASE Oil KENT.
IjU)R rent or lenso the house
. and lot on tlio Plains,
fuel ml' tho Biu-elmll O rounds,
present occupied hy tho under.
for paiticumrs imiuv 10
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertlso lt iu tho Daily Hullktin
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
iSPECSAL SALE FOR!
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GMT BARGAIN I LADIES' UNDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
Remember the above mentioned articles will be sold
at such prices
::::r'.".;?:zONE WEEK"-" .'""''
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
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Collections will receive special attention ami returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty. liccords searched and correct Attracts of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn nnd hand.
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Copying and Translating in all languages m general we ir. this Kingdom.
Real Estate nought and sold. Taxes paid and Property safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased nnd rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Lifo Insurance effected in flrst-clai-.Insuraucu Companies.
Custom-House Business transacted with accuracy aud dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorabto rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or told on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
E2T All Business entrusted to our caro will reccivo prompt and faithful attention at
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New York City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to alt business of au
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, and respectfully
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A FINE LOT OF ''NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A. Very Choice Lot of l3. Z. ' Taranaki Butter,"
All of which we offer to tho Public nt REASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By each arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
F. EHLERS & GO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
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A. large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LTJN-DBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &p.
For Jle Jit Reasonable 3Eioes.
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