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THURSDAY, MAR. 1, 1888.
Slmr I.clieu from lluwnll
l)k (J O Wliltinoie for Saa Frnnclco
Stnir Knula for WniiiiMo uml AVnlnlim
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr W G Hull for Lalniliin, Mnnlnca,
Kotia and Knit at 10 a m
Stinr Surxii'ls. for Hawaii at 0 a m
Stmr I.cliua for I'nauluui aud HaUalau
Sclir Wnlcliu for Kuan
1'rom Snu Francisco, per bnik Ceylon,
Feb 20 Kov T V Mooie.
For Kauai, per stmr Miknliuln, Feb
28 F Wlllielm and wife. U Biltto, Mr
Hoblnsou and l!0 deck.
For Snn Francisco per bk Whltmorc,
Mnr 1 Mls3 Minnie Olcson and Oscar
Tlic schooner Catcilna Is on the Ma
The bk U O Whltmorc palled this
morning for San Francisco with !!1,:S08
bgs sugar and 12'JO banana', Weight,
2,701,8(5 lbs and value $12fi,310.1G.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lehua 2,400 bgs sugar and 31 hd
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Adams, Kcmpff
USS Vandalia. Hear Admiral Klmberly
U8S Marlon, Dyer
Bk Lady Harcwood, WilHnuis
Bk Buranac, Shaw
ls D C Bryant, Lee
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bgtuc W G Irwin, McCulloch
Bktne Mary Wlnkehnan, Dyieborg
Whaler Lagoda, Tucker
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
For several hours to-day there was
not a 6inglc fresh lisli in the market.
Tucnn will he no meeting of the
Anglican Church Association this
Mn. L. B. Kerr's closing out sale
of tailor's goods will commence on
Thursday, tho 8th inst.
Mit. Jas. F. Morgan will sell, at 12
noon to-morrow, at his salesroom,
50 boxes pf apples, just received.
A genti.k hoisc, a comfortable
phaeton, and a good set of harness are
ofl'ercd for salo by Messrs. Lewis &
Co. "' - -
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Mn. Geo. Stiatemoyer has finished
an excellent painting of tho "fat
boy" and is at work on a hoise's
Seven seamen belonging to the
whaler Stamboul, were lodged in tho
Station House this morning, charged
with refusing duty.
On Saturday next, at Mr. L. J.
Levey's auction room, will be sold
the chatties of Wo Chung, consisting
of shoes and slippers, shoe leather
Mr. Ohr. Gertz, Fort street, is not
only an importer and dealer in all
kinds of booti aud shoes, but he
keeps on hand, for sale, tho choicest
brands of cigars and tobacco.
The fender piles, which were driven
down at tho Esplanade some time
ngo, to keep vessels from bumping
against the wharf, wero being pulled
up by the pile driver to-day.
It is said that there aro a good
many aspirants for the ' vacant posi
tion of Tax Collector for tho district
of Honolulu. Whoever is success
ful will be required to provido a bond
equal to a year's taxes a largo sum.
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The Honolulu Literary and Do
bating Club vill meet this ovoning in
tho hall of Oahu Lodge K. of F.
Fort street. An essay on "stagnation'
in trade," will bo lead by Mr. H.
Adams, and discussed by tho club.
The tug Elou went out to sea this
morning to look for tho bell buoy,
which went adrift Tuesday night, but
was unable to find it, A shoro boat
with four natives wont out after tho
tug came in, to search further for the
On examination, tho collibion of
tho bark Saranac with the U. S. S.
Adams yesterday, takes another
phase. Tho Adams was not hurt in
tho least, while a good portion of tho
storn railing of tho Saranac was torn
The store of the lato Geo. Engol
hardt' was to Jfayo been rp-ppened
tiis morning, but 'as tlio goqds nro
not completely arranged and assoi ted,
the opening has been deferred until
next Monday morning.
At 1Q o'clock to-morrow morning,
M.r. Jas. F. Morgaij will liojd a regu
lar C)is sao, at )is salesroom. An
unusually wide range pf goods will
be submitted. Clothiilg, gioeciies,
household furniture and a McNeill
& Urban safe, are included in tho
list. At noon, liquors, horses and a
buggy and harness will bo offered.
HTHE DAILY BULLETIN 1ms tho
X largest circulation of uny pupor
printed la this Kingdom. CO cents per
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN isallvo
JL evening papor. 60 ceuta per month.
A SEVERE FRACTURE.
Mr. Luilor, a tinsmith in the em
ploy of Mr. Emmclutli, fell from the
tower of Lunalilo Homo, while at
work, this morning, and struck on n
load-coveted verandah, soniu-10 feet
below. Mr. Littler fell on his left
shoulder, which was frightfully
smashed. Dr. llrodlo was called,
and after patching the fracture iu
the best possible way, had the in
jured ninii taken homo for further
A HAUL FROM KOOLAU.
Ynn Quon, a rice plnnter at Kni
lua, Koolau, and about 20 pack ani
mals, were brought to Honolulu from
Koolau this moi ning, under police
guaid. Yim Quon wti9 locked up in
the Station House on a chaigc of
cruelty to animals. Most of the
animals bad huge sores on their
backs and sides, and were held as
evidence against tho Chinaman. Mr.
V. V. Ashfonl has been engaged to
defend Yim Quon, and has had him
released on hail. A prominent mer
chant who has seen the animals,
offered to contribute money towards
prosecuting the Chinaman.
THE C0LUSXc6Gtd "ALASKA.
Captain Backus, master of the
bark Colusa, appeared very lively
and good-natured just previous to
his last dopartuic lor San Francisco,
last Monday, and his numerous ac
quaintances wondered what was up.
Captain Backus received a letter by
the brigaiituie W. G. Irwin, on Sun
day, from his agents in San Fran
cisco, stating that the Colusa had
been chnrtcred by a San Francisco
syndicate, at $1,500 per month, to
take a complete cannery outlit to
Bristol Bay, Alaska. The Colusa
will remain at Alaska until fully
loaded with canned goods, when she
will sail for San Francisco, return
ing in time, to Alaska, for another
cargo. Tho syndicate have the
privilege of putting their own cap
tain in command of tho Colusa, and
the' agree to paj Captain Backus
his usual salary, $125 a month, to
slay ashore or command the vessel,
as they may deem expedient.
THE LUDMSK0 CASE.
Frank and Mrs. Ludwisko were
called in the Police Court yesterday
morning to receive judgment, hav
ing been found guilty of selling
beer without a license. Before sen
tence was pronounced, Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson had a pri
vate confab with the Judge. Mr.
Kaulukou, attorney for defendants,
looked around the room during the
confab and on catching a fellow
lawyer's eye, said, "that is not
right." Mr. Kaulukou cited authori
ties on behalf of the woman. The
defendants stood up, and the Judge
told them that the Government was
working vigorously to put a stop to
illicit liquor selling, as it interfered
with the licensed houses, and was
without police surveillance. Frank
was sentenced to pay a fine of $!100.
The woman was allowed to depart
on hoi own recognizance, subject to
the call of the Couit. His Honor
wanted to look up cm tain authori
ties to ascertain if the wife should
suffer for the unlawful business of
hor husband though she be awaro of
the unlawfulness of such business.
The case was appealed to the Su
preme Court, Frank filing a bond,
signed by Mr. A. Morgan, for the
amount of $'100 to insure his ap
pearance at the Supreme Court nt
next April term.
Editou Bulletin: At last we
awako to a sense of duty, at last wc
arc aroused to a discernment of res
pectful and necessary obedience to
our wives, children and ourselves,
and at last wc arc organizing an
Anti-Chinese League !
A few romm ks concerning this
organization, its cause of creation,
its workings, and its future inten
tions might not be out of place. Tho
cause of formation of this society is
simply self-protection. The ques
tion of to-day is not whother the
Chinese will prcdominate,butif it will
be possible for tho kanaka and white
man to keep from starvation while
Honolulu continues to be a dumping
ground for the scum of Asia.
TIiIh thing' has come to pass
gradually, and gradually "tho remedy
has to bo applied.
Wc are all more or less actually
dependent upon the Chinaman to
day, and wo arc so through our own
blindness, our own folly.
Tho planter wants Chinamen.
They nro not alone the cheapest, but
jess tTOijblesomp than any other
nationality. Tlio merchants cannot
afford to do away with him, because
some of our most influential busi
ness houses in town have two-thirds
of their Ledgers headed with
Chinese names. The banks do not
pare to Jose their depositors jn a
day. Aro not threo quarters of t,lo
notes in our banks made by Cli
ncso? Is this not proof that throu
qiuutors of our business Is done by
John also? Wo, tho people, cannot
dispense with this necessary evil in
a day, because what would wo do
ofr our washing, our vegetables, our
servants, and, above all, the pride of
the town, tho Chinese- hack?
Wo arc all loath to gtvo up tltcso
things in n day, and I am sure tho
Auti-Chiueso League does not in-
tend to force you to do so. But
what it proposes to do, and what is
quite possible without hinting the
interests of cither planter, mer
chant, banker, or private individual,
is to gradually woik a change, until
wo sec that c, tho natives and
wiiitc men, occupy the position which
wo claim as a right by the New
Let tho frauchised voter of Ha
waii demand and obtain picdo
niiiu'iice over the disfranchised non
voter, who to-day is all powerful in
This is not an impossibility. Let
us one and all, planter, and mer
chant, banker and private individual
put our shoulders to tho wheel and
pull together to save Hawaii from
China. Joiix P. Smith.
SUPREME COURT IH CHAMBERS.
iir.roiu: judd, o. J., mc'culi.y, i-iiks-
'10N, lllCKEKTON ANW 1)01.1!, J. J.
TiiuitsiuY, March 1, 1888.
Board of Immigiation et. al. vs.
Ilakalau Plantation Co., agreed
statement of facts.
Plaintiffs, Hoard of Immigration
and Joao Bodrigues Pcrnaudes,
claiming under a contract by them
dated June ii7, 1881, and assigned
to defendants, that front Mai eh 22,
188o, date of birth of his first child,
said Jo io Bodrigucs Fernando is
entitled to $2 per month extra, until
termination of said contract; plain
tiff claiming that said contract re
lates to children born before making
said contract and not to those born
Matter is argued and submitted.
His Excellency L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior and President
Board of Immigration, for plaintiffs ;
P. M. Hatch for defendant.
TittHtsuAY, Mar. 1st.
Four drunks, $G each.
Ah Tim, common nuisance, $0.
J. P. Colburn vs. Henry Charman,
assumpsit for $18.50; judgment
confessed for plaintiff,
S. Both vs. Clias. Moltono for
$1C50; judgment for plaintiff.
Ho Saw vs. Chin Chaw for $200.
Case concluded but judgment re
served. Akana vs. L. J. Kaiatua for
$87.50; judgment for defendant.
Plaintiff notes an appeal.
J. Nott vs. J. A. Beckwith for
$3!). 75; continued until moved on.
E. O. Hall & Son vs. J. S.
Smithies for $-15.55 ; settled out of
Goo Kim vs. J. S. Sinitliicg for
$3'J.-10 ; settled out of Court.
Frank Gertz vs. J. S. Smitliies
for $73.55 ; settled.
The new cases of estate of Geo.
Wood vs. E. E. Mayhew for $70
rent; C. Manting vs. D. Keawea
inahi for $15. GO; Wang Chong Kcc
vs. Pang Ping for $101.70 ; Hamil
ton Johnson vs. J. dcMantefor$20;
Manuel Bus vs. Jas, Cardy for S20P ;
Akana vs. W. P. Sharratt for
SG5.-10; "W. II. Page vs. Sam Nuu
anu for $25 ; Akana vs. Kinaiki for
$30, and D. Kalauokaiani, tax col
lector, vs. Wong Leong & Co. for
$117.70 taxes, were continued, while
several other cases from former
dates were further put off.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Albeit won the walking match and
beat tho record 11 miles. The
score stood: Albert G21A, Herty
552, Guerrero 5G I, Hart 51G, Gol
den 538, Moore 531, Strokel 520,
Xoreniao 525, Dillon 501, Sullivan
383, Taylor 358, Tilly 320, Stout
The Pittsburg "Commercial Ga
zette," February 13th, published a
letter from James G. Blaine to B.
P. Jones, Chairman of the Repub
lican National Committee, iu which
the writer positively declines to
allow his name to be used in the Re
publican Convention for tho Presi
dency. Ho says that hjs motives
for the rofusal arc purely personal.
Tho Pope hopes to obtain conces
sions from the British Government
on the Irish Question, if the Irish
adopt a legal, peaceful attitude.
Tho sculling race between Wal
laco Ross of Canada, and Gcorete
Bubear of England, for the cham
pionship of England, has been won'
by Ross, by two boat lengths.
On February 12, the Crown
Prince of Germany passed a com
fortable night. His nppetito was
also good and thcro were no indica
tions of fever or bronchitis.
EXECUTION BY ELECTRICITY.
The state Commission -in New
York to consider tho question of
tho best method of capital punish
ment has submitted an elaborate rc
port, which disousscs tho subject in
overy aspect. The Commission re
commends execution by electricity
us. tio most certain Instant and pain?
less death, and accompanies the
recommendation with other sugges
tions iu regard to the circumstances
of the execution and tho disposition
of tho bodies of cilmluals, which aro
Among the most revolting Inci
dents of executions is the maudlin
sentimentality which is fostered by
tho sensational publicity given to
overy detail of tho last days of tho
condemned, and tho parade of a
public funeral. All this, in the in
terest of tho effectiveness of legal
executions and of public decency,
should bo abolished. The falso
glamour which is now poi milled to
envelop a condemned murderer as if
he were a hero or a martyr should
be dispelled, and nothing should bo
allowed to obscure the fact that ho
is a man solemnly adjudged upon
deliberate and passionless inquiry to
be unlit to live. This is the true
view of capital punishment, if it bo
indicted nt all.
Tlio Commission therefore propose
that every execution in the State
shall take place at one of the Statu
puson at a time which the court
shall designnto only as within a cer
tain period, the exact day and hour
to be determined by piopcr author
ity, and communicated only to the
few persons who are invited to
attend as witnesses. After execu
tion, upon duo surgical examination
of the body, it is to be handed over
for dissection, or buried without
ceremony, within the prison enclo
sure, in a manner to insure its rapid
dissolution. The Commission futtlicr
propose that the public announce
ment of the execution bo limited in
its details. These recommendations
arc all in accord with the soundest
and most humane views upon the
subject. If the death penalty ho
meant to deter in the most effective
way, it must bo stripped of every
kind of repot lorial romance and
spectacular interest, as well as of
uncuitaiuty and suffering. "N. Y.
THE CLASS-DOTTLE TRADE.
Tlio fact that 10,000 gross of
glass bottles are every day imported
into this country from Germany and
Belgium should help a good many
people to a better understanding of
what foreign competition is like.
But there seoms to be considerable
probability that the tables arc about
to bo turned as regards the manu
facture of bottles. In England the
cost of producing a gross of bottles
by manual labor the only method
hitherto known is 3s. lOd. ; but a
machine has just been invented by
means of which, it is claimed, the
cost will not expeed 3d. per gross.
Prom time immemorial bottles have
been made by "mouth-blowing" a
process which wastes one-half of the
glass used and requires the employ
ment of two men and three boys to
each furnace. A furnace produces
seven gross of bottles daily; the
new automatic machine will, it
is said, turn out eighty gross. The
best of woikmeii pannpt fashion a
bottle which is mathematically per
fect; whereas the machine ma'dc
bottles neycr vary. With the ma
chine nearly one-half tlio hands now
required can be dispensed with ;
although if by its adoption we can
stop the foreign importations there
will be little fear of its use making
any addition to the ranks of the un
employed. An important firm of
glass-blowers in Yoiksliirc has an
nounced that it will save 35,000
a yoar by henceforward making its
wares by machinery. That every
bottle used in the world and 1G,000
gross aro turned out every day in
various parts of tlio globe should
still be made by hand is certainly
astonishing. St. James' Gazette.
Here is an account of the mode in
which Burton used to master a lan
guage in two months: He bought a
simple grammar and vocabulary,
maiked out the forms and wou(s
which ho knew to bo obsolutely
necessary, and learnt them, by heart
by carrying tliem jn his pocket and
looking orer tueni at spare moments
during the day. Jlp never worked
more than a quarter of an hour at a
time, for aftor that the brain lost its
freshness. After looming some
three hundred words, easily done in
a week, he stumbled through some
easy work (one of the Gospels is the
most come-nt-tablo) and underlined
overv word that lio winhod to reeol
leot m order to read over his pencil
iugs at least one a day. Having
finished his volume, he completely
worked up the grammar, ininutiiu
and all and then chose some other
book whoso subject more interested
him. The nock of tho language was
now nrolcen and progress was rapid.
If he came across a new sound,
like the Arabic Ghayn, he trained
his tongue to it by repeating it so
many thousand times a day, and
when he read lie invaiiaby rpad ho
loud that the car might assist his
ineniary, And whenever ho con
versed with any body in a language
that he was learning, ho took the
trouble to repeat the words inaudib
ly after him, and soto leant the
trick of pronunciation and emphasis.
London Standsu d.
HOW TO MAKE ECCS.
There is little doubt that the pro-
I uucuon oi ejjgs uiuy uu largely m
I creased by a systematic, scientific
t plan of feeding; aud tho average
poultry-keeper should give this mat
ter a gieat deal of study and atten
tion. The scientific part of it need
not fiiglitcn any ono who is willing
to read, btudy uml put into practice
what ho learns. Thoso who aro re
cognized authorities assert that the
egg pioduct of a hen in her prime is
about her own weight yearly, and
in view of this fact tho importance
of supplying her with food ricli in
all the elements that niako the egg
is at once apparent. An egg con
tains all the elements of a living
chick ilcsli, bone, sinew, blood and
feather beside the shell matter,
which is mostly Itine. The princi
ple elements in the egg aro sulphur,
oil, phosphorous, lime aud nitrogen.
The food that is given the hen
should contain all the elements
that exist in the egg.
These arc found in wheat, oats,
corn, bran, linseed, crushed bone,
mustard seed, sunllower seed and
vegetable matter. A reasonable
mixture of all these, varied more or
less, with the aid of crushed lime
stone or gypsum, would afford
every clement called for to produce,
a constant yield of eggs. But there
is another point. A prominent
writer on the subject rightly re
marks that one of the greatest mis
takes in feeding fowl is over-feeding.
When persons get the chicken
fever they get enthusiastic in the
cause and stttfT their fowls instead
of feeding them. If the hens arc
allowed to run to grain in tho barn
they eat twice as much as they
should and the result is a short sup
ply of eggs. Where they are con
fined to yaids they arc foo fre
quently gorged with foods which
make fat instead of providing those
elements which go to make up
the egg. As a general thing corn is
fed to the exclusion of everything
else, and while it is fattening, it is
a poor ono if fed exclusively. No
one food contains all the elements,
and some sort of variety must be
provided. I Texas ! arm and Ranch.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut Creams reduced to 30 cents
per -whole pound, nt the-Pioneer Steam
Candv Factory and Ilal cry, Hotel, be
tween Xuuanu atul Fort streets. 71
FRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
eolate and Coeonuut Caramels le
duccil to :I0 cent per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Ilotel, betweon 'Xiuiuim and
Fort streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vauilla Chocolate Cieaine(de
lieioiirt) reduced to ilO ecnN per whole
pound, at the Pioxrxit Stkam Oanuv
Fauiouv And 11aki;uv, Iloim., m:-
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for sale iu lceu and oases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
17)1 ly "
Just Received at
Comprising tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNBBOKGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &0.
v:'"" ""' "-mm
n i i i mi: - ji
n r . abb w a -r v
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
Hollister & Go.'