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Barg'ns in Embroid'cd Dresses,
TIig Arcado-EGAN & CO.
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888.
Sehr Wiilmnlii from Kuiiu
II B it S Uaiolhie for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Uktiic St T.uclo for Sun Francisco
HtnliWG Hull for I.ahalna, Mnnlaea,
Kotiii, ICiiii ami tho Volcano at 10
Scltr Wninialu for Kuau
Sclir Kawnllaiii for ICoolan
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Walnvilu l'.lDO bg sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun harbor is tnid lo bo full
Bargaius in Embroideries,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Kamehamcha Lodge
of Perfection, No. 1, at hall of
Lodge lo Progres, at 7:30 o'clock.
Company A Honolulu Kiflos drill
nt 7:30 o'clock.
Honolulu Debating Club meets in
the hall of Oahu Lodge, K. of 'P.,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777, A. L.
of II., meets in Knights of Pythias
hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Regular meeting of the trustees
of the Honolulu Library and Read
ing room at 7 :30 o'clock.
Meeting of tho St. Andrew's
Cathedral Church Association in tho
old Cathedral bulling at 7:30. At
this meeting a paper will bo read on
Zenanas and Zenana missions. After
tho meeting tho members of the
Second Congregation will hold a
parish meeting at which wardens for
the ensuing year will be elected.
Regular monthly meeting of tho
Honolulu .Fire Department, at tho
Bell Tower at 7:30 o'clock.
For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
DEPARTURE OF THE KING.
OUKS SIX WAllSim'3 MAXNt'.U
Mu. C. O. Itorgur bun loceivcd an
invoice of genuine Havana cigars,
which ho is now offering to the trade.
A I'Aitcr.ii containing pair of boots
has boon lost. The llndor will bo
rewarded by roUirning same to this
Tin; ball given by the King, at the
palace, last night, in honor of Sir
"William Wiseman, was a magnificent
Although no game of baseball
has as yet boon arranged for nest
Saturday, eoino kind of a game will
be played, if necessary a "scrub
Meeting of tho Board of Health
at 3 o clock p,
Onk hundred and eighty dollars
were taken in by the Missionary
Gleaners, timing their public lunch
held this noon.
A commuter of tho Planters Labor
and Supply Co. and a committee of
tho Anti-Asiatic Union, mot yester
day, to talk over tho Ohincso ques
tion. Dit. Kimball, Government Physi
cian at Hilo for tho past six years,
has been appointed Government City
Physician for Honolulu, in placo of
Dr. Wood, resigned, and assumed his
duties as such this morning.
Tun following is a copy of a notice
hUick. up in tho corridor of the Station
House : "If any poison calls for his or
her dog, if said dog is healthy it shall'
be delivered to the owner upon their
showing that the tax for baid dog is
paid or if not paid to pay the game
to the Tax Collector and return hero
with receipt. By older of tho Mar
shal." A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS TKR TOUND.
A CARD OF THANKS.
The joint committee of Excelsior
Lodge No. 1 aud Harmony Lodge
No. 3, I. O. O. F. desiic to thank
the ladies who so efllcicutly assisted
in the decorations on the occasion of
their annual celebration.
Tho same committee also desire
to thank the ladies and gentlemen
who so kindly assisted in tho liter
ary and musical entertainment.
Now Shades in Dress Goods.
THE CHIEF TOPIC.
The chief topic of convcrstation
at tho King's ball last night was the
reported request of the King to his
Ministers yesterday afternoon, to
tender their portfolios before ho
took his departure for Hawaii to
day, on II. B. M. S. Caiolinc. It
was also reported that His Majesty
refused to hold further relations
with his Ministers. The breach is
said to have been caused by offens
ive and insulting articles published
in the "Gazette" against the Sov
ereign, the "Gazette" being the
recognised Government organ.
The departure of King Kalakaua
on II. B. M. S. Caroline, this morn
ing, was announced by tho thunder
ing of one hundred and five guns,
(from four war ships and the shore
battery.) The wharves and vessels
which commanded a view of the row
of war vessels, were pretty well
thronged with people. At 10 o'clock
precisely, the Caroline weighed an
chor, and within a few seconds of half
past 10 o'clock the order to "stand
by to man the yards" was dis
tinctly heard. At 10:30 o'clock, to
the second, the King loft his boat
house in one of his own boats and
was rowed at a steady rapid rate, to
tho starboard companion ladder of
the Caroline. Before tho King had
reached the ship the yards of the
six men-of-war, namely II. B. M. S.
Caroline, U. S. S. Flagship Vanda
lia, 11. I. R. M. S. Razboynik, II. I.
J. M. S. Tsukuba, U. S. S. Adams,
and II. B. M. S. Cormorant, were
manned, and as soon as tho King
reached the deck of tho Caroline
the Hawaiian flag was unfurled from
the main-mast of the British men-of-war,
and the cannons began to
thunder. Tho shore battery, the
Caroline, the Vandalia, the Razboy
nick and Tsukuba all fired 21 guns
each at the samo time, filling the air
with smoko and deafening sounds.
The first gun fired by the Tsukuba
knocked one of the sailors off into
the water by the concussion, aud
the third shot knocked off another
Jap. When the firing had ceased
the Caroline turned around prettily
on her heel, pointed her nose sea
ward, and glided out through the
passage. The Caroline will land
the King at Kailua, Hawaii, and
then proceed lo Esquimalt, Victoria,
For Spring Summer Clothing,
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
BEFOItE DOLE, J.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs arc quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
AN OPIUM HAUL.
Forty tins of opium were discov
ered on tho Australia, day before
yesterday, and 5-1 yesterday after
noon. Fifty of the last mentioned
wero found underneath the boilers
in the bilge of the steamer and four
wero found on T. McMahon, a
waiter. Port Surveyor Mr. Geo.
Markham and Mr. A. Gilfillan de
serve credit for the captures.
Buffalo, April 23. The Welland
Canal was formally opened to-day.
Berlin, April 23. The condition
of Mr. Pendleton, the American
Minister, is much improved.
New York, April 23. Nearly
three thousand immigrants were
landed at Castle Garden to-day by
New York, April 23. Tho de
mand of the United States for indem
nity for the imprisonment of Cutting
has been refused.
Washington, April 23. Secretary
Vilas states that Indian Commis
sioner Gregory has tendered his re
signation. All the witnesses, in
cluding Gregory, were discharged
Chicago, April 23. Fivo barns
and two corn cribs belonging to the
" Union stock-yards and Transcontin
ental Company were burned to-day.
The loss is about 8100,000, covered
Now York, April 23. The follow
ing is the visible supply of grain on
April 21st: Wheat, 3,203,300 bush
els; corn, 8,188,000 bushels; oats,
3,373,000 bushels; rye, 3M.000
buBhels; barley, 1,01)0,000 bushels.
Pittsburg, April 23. Tho Edgar
Thomson Steel-works at Braddock,
Pa., resumed operations to-day,
several hundred non-union men go
ing to work. So far there has been
New York, April 23. Wall-street
brokers have been visited by a detec
tive and requested to look out for a
large number of bonds stolen from
a firm at Lisle, France. The bonds
ire supposed to aggregate $1,000,
"00, and include Panama obliga-
-jus, Credit Foncier securities, Por
,ueso obligations, Russian rentes,
Turkish bonds and miscellaneous
obligations. The detective is said
to bo in tho employ of Michael Ab
rahams, Sons & Cb. of Paris. The
securities belonged to patrons and
friends of that linn. The robbery
was committed two weeks ago.
HONOLULU STREET RAILROAD.
Mr. Gribble, C. E., representing
the contractors for the construction
of the street railway, to the English
Co., lately formed in London, for
the purpose of building and oper
ating a street railroad in Honolulu,
arrived by the steamer Australia,
and will immediately commence
opcrations,provided the rails expect
ed by the Alameda reached Sydney
in time to be transhipped to the
above steamer, due to-morrow. Mr.
Macfarlane received news by the
last mail, that the ship Cockermouth
had sailed from England, with a full
cargo of rails and other materials,
to complete the road. It is reported
that the system will be extended to
the Pali. t
Thursday, May 3rd.
Jas. McMahan, A. Erickson and
A. Collin wero called to answer a
charge of drunkenness and were dis
posed of in the usual way.
W. T. McDonald, violating car
riage rule number 25, 80.
The case of Q. Fernando., libel,
was being tried this afternoon.
In the Civil cases of yesterday
afternoon, in the case of Hardee vs.
Dr. P. P. Gray for 817.40, judg
ment was given for defendant.
"De, Sappy, olo fell, what arc all
these twusts we wead about In tho
papers?" Must bo some big ewedit
scheme, Lc Swaft." "GwaciousI
you don't say, 1 hope a spwing
suit will be started, donchcr kuow."
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
For San Francisco by the S. S.
Alameda Friday May -Kb : Captain
G. F. Garland, L. B. Kerr, E. A.
Jutlson, W. Grey, Miss Foster,
Miss Fuller and Mrs. Fuller.
By tho S. S. Australia on Tues
day next: Capt. Kempff, Lieuten
ant Moore, Rev. I. Goodell, W It
Gould and wife, Miss Mary Mc
Guire, Mrs. William Wagoner and
infant. J. A. Buck and wife, A
Young Jr., Mi3s Dunlap, Miss Mad
den, Mrs Pairo and infant, Mrs. II.
A. Johnson and child, J. R. Low,
R. A. Low, II. Renjes, Mrs. Logan
and daughter, Arthur Logan, Miss
E. C. Smith, A. Herbert and wife,
E. K. Alsip unci wife, E. W. Pur
vis, Miss K. Wilcox, P. Peck, Mas
ter W. Rico, Mr. and Mrs. do la
Vcrque, Win. Gerstte, Miss Wilcox,
Mrs. A. Y. Babbitt, V. Stegemann
and wife, Sol. Epphraim, Miss
Louisa Voss, Aug. Elders, wife, and
2 child., Mrs. Rogers, Miss Day,
Miss N. Pettibono, Mrs. Dr. Grey,
Misses A. Jones and M. IIopper.Mrs.
Kirkland, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy and
child, Miss Swanzy, Mrs. Farley
and 2 children.and 0. II. Whotmore,
Adam never worried Kve by talk
ing about his mother's cooking, and
yot they found something to fall
Thursday, May 3rd.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.,
when the case of the Minister of the
Interior vs. Estate of Pauahi Bishop
was resumed from Tuesday last.
Judge Widemann called and
sworn: My acquaintance with the
land tenure of this country com
menced about forty-oue and a half
or forty-one and three-fourth years
ago. I was chief clerk in the Inte
rior Olllce when I first resided in
Honolulu. I went into tho Interior
Olllce in 18G5. I remember a tran
saction in regard to Opu during my
incumbency; it was between Ka
mehameha V and the Minister of
tho Interior. Dr. F. W. Hutchin
son was the Minister. Dr. Hutchin
son instructed me to get tho deeds
drawn up for tho lots that he had
bought from Kamehamcha V and
others to build a palace on. The lots
were at Makiki. There were three
or four lots to be bought. This sale
was not carried out. I told Dr.IIutch
inson that Kamehamcha was not in
a position to execute a deed, as
ho had convoyed all his title to
these lands to Stephen Spencer and
C. C. Harris as Assignees for the
payment of his debts. Mr. Harris
was at that time in Washington and
Spencer was in Loudon. I under
stood that the King was the owner
of all lands. I don't think he was
absolute owner of the lands. The
chiefs were owners, but they ac
knowledged ownership under the
King. The mahcle divided the
lands'bctween the King and Chiefs,
and the King divided with the Gov
ernment. The Government did not
own any lands to my knowledge,
nor did they hold any titles lo lands
until after the mahcle. The lands
so given to it are recorded in the
mahcle book. I never heard that
the King was subject to tho Chiefs
in regard to divisions of land before
Mr. Bishop called and sworn : I
came here in October, 181G. Dr.
Judd was Minister of Finance, and
John Young was Minister of tho In
terior. I don't know very definitely
what property the Government held
at that time, but only from conver
sation with Dr. Judd aud others.
I served a month in the Interior of
fice immediately after my arrival.
The Government had scarcely any
propoi ty of its own. My impres
sion was nt that time, that the lands
belonged to the King and Chiefs.
I don't know of any purchases of
land by the Government before tho
mahcle. Dr. j tutu gave mo to un
derstand that ho had been woiking to
get piopcrty, in order to carry on
the Government. i noire Know or
any land sales by the Government
before the mahcle. The Minister of
Interior instructed nic to purchase
somo land in that vicinity. I pur
chased from Mr. Horn and Mr. Wil
kinson, and also sold a piece that 1
owned there. One piece is where
Mr. Lishman now lives.
Maui called and sworn: I live
at Makiki, have been lliero 23 years,
I was the konohiki of Makiki. It
included tho wholo of Makiki. 1
had charge of Opu. Kauiehameha
V put mo in charge of Opu. I went
there in 1805, I camo hero after
tho death of Kauiehameha IV, and
before Kauiehameha V was made
kimr. Prince Lot sent to Maui for
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land. I was fivo years on John Ii's
land. I had chargo of Makiki also,
wo worked regular konohiki days on
Makiki. No one has had poscssion
of Opu but Kamehamcha and his
people. I don't know anything
about Opu before I was konohiki.
John II was konohiki before me, also
Queen Knlnmsi, then Kameha
mcha V took it himself. John Ii
was konohiki under Knmehamoha
V. I was born before Capt.
Cook camohcre. Was largo enough to
run around. When Kamehamcha
Idled, I was a man grown. This
land camp from Iloapllikane. We
went to Kauai at the time of the in
surrection of John Humuhumu and
Kalaniopuu, whero wo had a battle.
When wo came back, Hoapilikanc
being very old left this land of Opu,
and Maunalua to Kameliamcha V.
Hoapillkano died in in 1810. I was
living with Hoapilikanc and when
he went back to Kauai 1 went with
him. The land was given to Ka
mehamcha V. through the interven
tion of David Malo. It was the
original intention of Iloapili to
give the land to Kinau, but David
Malo said to him, why don't you
give it to your grandson, ho has noth
ing, and Kinau is rich. I think
Iloapili died before Kinau. I am not
sure. Opu consists of Taro and
Kula, land also some ponds makai.
There were revenues derived from
tho land which I collected and paid
over to Kauiehameha. Kamehamcha
had 50 milk cows, and -10 working
bullocks runnhigon tho land. There
were no other cattle running free on
the land ; all the others had to pay.
Kameliamcha did not allow any, one
to catch tho oopu in the stream, nor
gather the fruit, unless ho was pre
sent, and divided what was got. I
collected about 8700 a year from all
the lands of Kamehamcha that I had
charge of. I camo down here just
after the smallpox time, and took
charge of John Ii's land, then Ka
mehamcha V wanted me to take
charge of his. land, and I told him
that ho had bettor speak to John li
Makanui called and sworn : I was
born at Makiki in 1815. My father's
name was Pi ; he was a konohiki of
Makiki under Kamehameha V. He
was konohiki for a long time. He
held the position before I was born,
and I am the youngest of 13 chil
dren. He died in 1855 or 5G, and
held the position until he died.
There were a number of pieces of
land belonging to Kamehameha V.
Jno. Ii was the guardian of Kame
hameha aud had charge of his prop
erty, and my father was under him.
I worked on those lands when I was
a boy. I worked konohiki days and
did not get paid in money. lie af
terwards stated that ho did not un
derstand the question and said I did
not work on the land, my father
was the konohiki and I being his
son, was not required to work.
Other people on the land worked
konohiki days. During Maui's time
as konohiki, the land was leased to
the Government, and that put an
end to the konohiki work. No one
was allowed to run animals on the
land without paying for it, except
Kamehameha. Iloapili was the
owner of Opu. I never saw Iloa
pili, but my father has told
me that he was the owner. Poha
kuloa is just makai side of Punahou.
Mr. Hatch here rested his case.
Professor Alexander was then
called by the Court and asked about
the lists of lands setting apart the
King's and Chief's portion, and the
King's and Government's portion.
Mr. Alexander stated that the lands
divided between the Chiefs were not
in that list. Makiki is only a topo
graphical division ; it is not an ili or
ahupuaa. The original gift of Pu
nahou contained the whole ili of
Mr. Hatch asked if there was any
evidence of how the names of these
lands originated, or by whom?
No ; they go back to prc-historic
Case adjourned until to-morrow
at 10 a. m.
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And snort like a terror, and hump up
When I saw tho M cow-hoy pursuing
Anil I'd lai'gh at his oaths as hu fell to
Oh! I'tlho a .lo-tlantly It I was a vtocr!
1 once roped a beautiful steer but I fell,
Fell from my pony with ear-plcrclug
Fell with the larht fast to my wrist 1
Fell to be dragged through the grass
wet with mist,
Gin n ting I went!
A full mile a minute, or I don't want a
And the gravel and grass yanked the
hldo from my noc,
And ruined a pah- of foity.cont hose;
Aye, even my bustle was thrown out of
Bv tlio frollcsonio freaks of that beauti
ful steer. i . Y. Worm.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
M Queuing of the Latest Mties
There is a new pamphlet out, en
titled "The National Bank Act."
Tho National Bank act of the pres
ent day consists largely of skipping
off to English territory with nil the
If some philanthropist would like
a channel wherein to operate h'o
might fix it so that the manufact
urers would make tacks that couldn't
stand on their heads.
Dry ioocls k Fancy Goods.
piTY CARRIAGE COMPANY.
J This Company la again reorga
nized and prepared to accommodate the
traveling public to any pirt of the city
aud suburbs. Good carriages ami atten
tive drivers. Stand: Merchant and Fori
streets. King up Telephone Mutual
457 and Uell 410. 31 lw
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just receded ex Austialia
another lot of that "PHILADELPHIA
LAGEU BEBlt" in Uegs, which they
aro offering to their customers. 31 lw
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of tho finest Homc-Maiio
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
Parlors, established 18G3, Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Horn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook aud Orna
inenter. P. S. The only place whore
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 10 tf
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma Pott, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kegs and cases by
uuiioaurua uu v-v.
lleccivcd by last steamer a Cholcu and Well-Selected Slock of NEW
UOODS, bought personally, lo which 1 most lespectfully
invito the lndios for inspection.
An Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 20 cents per yard,
Ladies will bo pleased to select fiom our Stock tho following Cloods
which will be bold nt thu
XOWIOWT J3131 ROCK XMMOICS.
Great Xovcltics in
White SMqnc, J$ntinte, SeerHiioker, limnu Suiting, Chmsibrny,
Satine Ihocades, Embroided Swiss, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
iintiroiy Sow "xr.fur.it fiim:."
Gicat ftllension is called to our Stock of EMBROIDERIES
Oriental Laces, TorAi Laces ail Sptisl Laces,
Which wo received tin eel from Swit.eiland and wc
deiies and L.iees at Lower I'iiccb than can be
aro offering all Etnbroi-
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all tho Latent Styles. 100 BOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.50,
worth $1.00. BOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Line of
BOY'S "JTJSXfcSSr feSTTIDTJS,"
Entirely Now; just the tiling for tho picscnt scabon. A Large Assortment of
GENTS' STltAW HATS, in the Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and BOYS' STRAW HATS.
Received direst from the East a Largo Assortment of
JdnUice-', MIkwch' unci Cliililvoii'H
Which will bo sold at tho Lowest Prices.
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
9 H IB bbb BB O BL xss X3VP 8 Snf B
CLEAN RAGS anil second hand
clothing will be gratefully iccciv
ed for the use of the iuinates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakaako,
or at the Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
XX SHOP. Kear of Lucas Mill.
BUSS. P. TUTELE,
On Bcrctania street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McQuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, ahd
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 501. Urn
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
SSSQ BTJSINESS IMPROVING:
Made iu America.
Meals Superior to all Others.
Holo AgcntH of tho
Are receiving- by every incoming' steamer from San
Furniture, Cliairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby
Bird Cages, Etc., Elc, Etc., Etc.
me, and I came. I had been living
on tho laud of John Ii, and ,froin
tlicro took charge of Iviincliauicha'a
THE BEAUTIFUL STEER.
fMisa Ella Paxlon, known as the
"Cow Girl of tho Panhandle," re
cently favored a delighted western
audience with the following original
production, which, in her intro
ductory remarks, bIio styled a
"paradox" on "Heaulifui Snow."
She also stated that it wan "para
doxed" while sitting on her horse
one day on her father's ranch in the
Panhandle, situated about three
miles from Mobctic, Toxas.J
Oh, tho steer, the beautiful stoor,
Kicking thu Ileus from tho point of hi
Flapping hlf tail in its rollcsonio glee,
Hopping about Ilka a Sutiko river ilea,
Filling tho air with his Bteorlcal song,
Till tho nimble from its liniir laden pits
Benroti llnild jackrabhlts and wolves Into
To me theio is nothing on earth half bo
As tho long-horned, slim bodied Texl-
How often J whh that I was a steer,
With a long shiny horn nt tho butt of
With a clear, feailcss eye, aud a taper
That would simp Hko a whip In tho
Hov I'd bellurl
And paw up the ground l
Aud lopo over tho hills with a UtiuderT
ABOUT seven acres of f;ood pasture,
rico or garden land, at ICapahmia,
about a mile and a hnlf from town, with
a two-story dwelling house, kitchen
stablo and other out houses.
TorniH hino 1'ur aionlli.
1ST Apply to
COTTAGES TO LET.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES IN
npWO COTTAGKS fully
X appointed, beautifully
located, within G minules'
tho Post Olllce. An onnortu.
nlty seldom offered to sccuro a comfort
able home within easy reach of Hits
business part of tho city. For parti.
culars inquire nt
001 tf GUIJOK'S AGENCY.
PIANOS and DET-UJaiITUaaiU
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWKKN Plikol and Kco.
numoku strcctf, lot runs
through to Kinnu street, 100
feet frontage. Goo J pasturugo, Cottage
contains fi rooms, carringn houso tiiul
ktables for 3 or 1 horsc3. Kent $20 per
month. Apply to
J, E. 1IIIOWN & CO.,
(4 t( 28 Merchant street.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
I nmt win dq Biariciuuuiiuui-r jtuun
I . " 1