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THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1880.
Scur Luka Iroin Kohala
Bktuc Mary Wlnkehnau for San Fran
cisco a't 11a in
"Schr Hobt Seniles for San Francleo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StmrWO Hull for Lahaiiin, Maalaea,
Konu. Kim and the Voleano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr C It Bishop for Wnlauac, Walalua
and Koohiu at U a in
Following is the programme to be
given this evening at the organ
recital and sacred concert at Kau
makapili Church, at 7:15 o'clock:
March Trlonipliale GtUon
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Air 0 Lord hae meicy... . Stradclla
Mr. Charles Thrower.
Offertorlo I'atoralo Moranill
Inllnniniatus (Htabat Mater).... Bosiiil
Miss Grace 1'orUr.
Fantasia hi C Major 11. Tours
Recitative Now opining her fer
tile womb Haydn
Air Now earth her fullest glory
Violin solo Reverie Bach
Herr Tlico. Schinldl.
Rercuse In A Delbruek
Grand Offcrtoire hi F Batiste
Prof. Bcrger will olllciatc as ac
companist. Admission 50 cents.
SUPREME GOURT-AT CHAMBERS.
BGFOni: M'CUU.Y, J.
Tucksiiat, Feb. 21st.
A. M. Kahananui (w) vs. IJ. II.
Kahananui (k). Divorce. Plain
tiff's motion for further payment of
alimony, attorney's fees, etc., by
defendant. Ordered that defendant
pay $20 per month alimony fiom
middle of February, and that he pay
$50 attorney's fees. V. V. Ashford
and C. Creighton for plaintiff ; A.
Rosa for defendant.
Bi:roiu: kickkiiton j.
Estate Sarah Ann Morris, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, deceased. Petition
of Chas. R. Bishop, executor, for
allowance of accounts and discharge.
Ordered that accounts be approved,
executor discharged and Ills bond
cancelled. Petitioner per se.
Thuksdat, Feb. 21st.
Ilookano was fined $15 with S3
costs, for assault and battery on
Other cases were remanded.
THINGS A WOMAN WOULD DIE RATHER
That nineteen inches is not the
size of her natural waist.
That her shoes pinch furiously,
and that her gloves are two sizes too
That she could eat anything more
than the "tiniest mouthful of a
That she didn't enjo' the ball last
night amazingly, (though she sat
against the wall half the evening.)
That her best friend is better
dressed than she is herself.
That slio is looking out of the tail
of her eye for that tardy Augustus.
That she will never see five-and-twenty
That she goes to church to study
That she never had an offer in her
READ NEWSPAPERS AND STUDY.
Our advice to young men is lo
study politics all the time, llegin
now to keep the run of current
events, notonlyathqme, but abroad.
Watch the struggle in France, which
now presents a scene of stirring in
terest, as the threatened revolution
approaches, with lloulanger rising
above the angry surges of tho
troubled watcis. Mark the pro
gress of the Home Jtule idea in the
Uritish Parliament, and especially
the part that the "grand old man"
(s taking in it. Koto the attempts
that arc made to establish civiliza
tion and Christianity in Africa. Jn
order to do this you must do more
than read the newspapers carefully.
You must delve into history. You
ehould, also, read carefully the best
works you can find about the science
of government. Tho political par
tics in our own day present a study
well worth watching carefully.
Above all, make it a point to an
alyze motives, separate the good
from the bad, carefully make up
your mind as to what is right, but
do not blind yourself to the faults
in your own party ; make it a rule
of your life never to do in politics
anything that you would account
wrong in business or social life. Any
young man who views the passing
struggles of men and patties fiom
tho uij.r,li plane of intelligence and
virtue will not only bo a credit to
himself and his party, but will be a
good to the nation. New Haven
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. .
A sum: of furnished rooms nre to
A noon Fiiddlo horao is ofTored for
II. M. S. Cormorant left on her
A coMioiiTAnu: house on Punch
bowl street is to let.
Iacou Sims lias removed his shoe
black stand to the Hawaiian Hotel.
Tun regular monthlv meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held this
evening ut 7 :'M in the palors.
Tun steamer W. G. Hull snils to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock for
Maui, Hawaii and the Volcano.
A CliiNKsi: newspaper states that
the Palace of the Emperor of China
nt Pekin wns recently burned to the
ToMonitow is the one bundled and
fi'fty-fccvenlh anniversary of the birth
of George AVashiuglon, the father of
His Majesty the King, II. K. 11.
Princess Liliuokiilitni and the young
Piinces will attend the organ i coital
Laiioi: ciowds congiegato in fiont
of Mr. Williams pliotogiaphic studio,
to inspect the large collection of
framed views of Hie islands.
To-.moiihow the supply of water
will be shut oil' in the district bound
ed by Alnpai and Punchbowl stieets,
King street and Wilder avenue, from
G a. m. to '1 p. in.
Tin: organ recital and Microti con
cert at Kaumakapili church this
evening, commences at 7 :-li o'clock.
The admission will be fifty cents, and
tickets will be on sale at the door.
Hon. A. Jaeger docs not look it,
but it is really a fact, that to-day he
celebrates the forty-lhiid anniversary
of his birth. Many happy returns of
the day is the wish of the Bui.Livny,
An omnibus will leave the Pan
theon stables at 1 o'clock on Satur
day afternoon, for the races at Kapio
lani Park. The charge for the round
trip out and back will be one
Tin: officers of the Kapiolani Park
Association for the ensuing year are:
President Hon. A. S. Clcghorn
Vice-Piesidont. . . .Hon. Cecil Brown
Trc.isuicr Hon. Win. G Irwin
Secretary .. .Mr. Walter M. Gifl'uid
To-.MOitnow evening, the Royal
Hawaiian Band will give a concert
at the Hawaiian Hotel. The front
of the hotel will be illuminated with
Jiipauci-e lanterns, and tho giounds
by the electric light. The pallor will
be prepared for dancing.
EVENTS TIHS EVEH1HG. t
Regular monthly meeting of'Y.
M. C. A. at 7:30.
Organ recital and sacred concert
at Kaumakapili Church, at 7 :lo p.m.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Drill Lclciohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Debating Society at usual time
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rilles, at
Honolulu Chapter No.l R, A. M.,
ijv i.. j. i.r.vnv.
At 10 o'clock a. in., regular cash
sale, when will be offered a lnrc
assortment of merchandise.
J. F. Morgan will sell the
household furniture at the residence
of Mr. T. F. Lansing, No. 3 School
street, on February 27th, and 10
shares of Hawaiian Carriage Manu
facturing stock on March 1st.
The barkentinc Mary AVinkelman
carried the following mail from the
Post Otlice to-day : 801 letters and
151 packages of papers; the four
masted schooner Hobt. Searles 15
letters and 2 packages of papers.
This morning from 8:30 to 10
o'clock, the Hoyal Hawaiian Band
gave u concert at the Ilawajian Hotel
as a welcome to tho tourists and
guests who arrived on the last
steamer. A capital programme had
been arranged, and the music was
much enjoyed by those present.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Following are the olllcers of the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Company, elected at the annual
meeting Wednesday, February 20tli :
President Gideon "West
Vice-President W. W. Wright
Secretary W. O. Smith
Treasurer .0. liolto
Auditor C. T. Gulick
Mr. K. G. Schutnan continues as
Thofiiends ot Mr. W. 1. Law
rence, Deputy Superintendent of
Public Woika, will bo glad to know
that there is no truth m the state
ment that, "at last accounts he was
not expected to live much longer."
Mr. Lawrence is on a vacation, and
is expected back in a short time to
resume his duties as Deputy super
intendent. Mr. Primer, who ar
rived on tho Alameda, Is employed
by Mr. Powell, Superintendent of
Public Works, to do odd jobs, and
at tho present time is engaged laying
out the Punchbowl road.
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In its administration, the law 1ms
an important p.ut of the world's
wotk to do. Is it doing that work
on those business principles direct
ness, promptness, clllcicncy which
men exact in the miit'igemciil of
their private concerns, Mt.d on which
they arc insisting more and more in
public aflairs? Is legal procedure
keeping pace in its improvement
with other branches of the world's
woik? It is true these questions
were discussed at the bar of public
opinion. Hitherto they have been
left entirely to the lawycis who are
"part of the thing to he reformed"
and the only "outsiders" who have
taken hold bf the subject, are Jack
Cade and Judge Lynch, whose
remedy for inclllcient law is lawless
ness. The great reforms which
Brougham, IComilley, and Coleridge
have wrought in English jurispru
dence encountered th'e steady oppo
sition of the bench and liar. The
only evidence of sensibility to the
great evil of the laws delay evercxhi
bitcd in any representative gathering
of lawyers (so far as L can recall)
was the motion of Mr. David Dude
ley Field at the last meeting of the
mAeiican Bar Association for ii spe
cial coininitlec upon thissubject. The
professional intellect becomes sub
'dued to what it works in like the
dyer's hand. In the work of re
form it needs a stimulus and pres
sure from without. What arc the
facts of the case? The most con
spicuous fact which the people- of
this country see in our judicial sys
tem from its miry toes in the ootuts
of pie iou Ire to its king crown in
the Supreme Court is not justice
hut the Injustice of Delay. The
suitor who undertakes to enforce a
claim which is contested enters up
a pilgrim's progress in which in
numerable obstacles confront him,
and tlu Slough of Despond is in
evitable. Strait is the gale and
narrow (and long) is the way that
leads to success, and few there be
mat unci it. llie law ot civil pio
ccdure seems to be fiamed and ad
ministered upon the maxim that it
is better for ninety-nine persons to
escape paying a demand which
they owe, than that one person
should pay a demand which lie
docs not owe. Hence it has built
up a system of defences and checks
which illustrate the stiategj' of ob
struction in its perfection. The re
sult is that, unless a plaintiff has
strong faith in his "expectation of
life" or is in a situation to afford the
luxury of an extended litigation he
is driven, cither to abandon his
claim altogether or to agree with his
adversary quietly. The case of a de
fendant against whom an unrighteous
demand is asserted is no better. He
would fain have a speedy riddance
of its vexation ; but well may he
stand aghast at the chronology by
which its Slow length will drag along,
and buy its peace. If the demand
be just the laws delay invites the
defendant to use its processes in
order to obtain an extension of time.
In all the instances mentioned, the
inducements to settle or to litigate
are wholly independent of justice or
injustice of tho matter. The pro
test there made is not against the
slow work of the law, but its long
pauses of no work, its arrears of un
done work, its insullicient equip
ments for work, its repetitions of
work imperfectly done. The Cen
hliootin" on the KUMOIJOU lamia
will he prosecuted.
170 lm ItOKKUT LISUMAX.
1-BTOlty House near
coiner of Kintr and Ala-
pal streets. Apply to
91 Ivine; Htrect.
rpiIK Leaso nml Building
X known the "Yoscnilte
BkatniK Itinlc," situated on
Queen btrcet near Hicliutd Bircet. For
fm ther pin ticulurs ftpply to
IC'1 tf Tnos. K. WALL.
FOR SATjE or LEASE
COTTAUK lately occn.
il.it tti. M t Ilmiir.v. Cf
'fiy.aa denstciii, biiuuto on F.iuma
street, between the mansions of Hon.
0. It. Bishop, James Oimpbi'll Mid 8. B
Dole, ni'iu1 Kminn Squaro. No pluno
wanlu'l, no dust, no turn pilches. Only
a few minutes walk to llie now situ for
tho Central Union Ch'irch. No tiamwio
cars wanted. Apply 'o
E. B. CUNIIA,
148 tf Union Haiooii.
EX'MAR U'OHA :
M. Z. MULLET, new catcli, 1 lb. tin;
N. Z. JAMS, new season;
N, Z. FRESH BUTTER, t & 2 lb. tins;
N. Z. LAMB'S TONGUES, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
KILN DRIED OATMEAL, 14 lb. tins.
Also a small (niintlt of
Furze Seed for Hedges.
j, E. imowN & oo ,
173 lw W 51' n limit St.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise in tho Daily Buixctik.
1 yBti irlLia a
HONOLULU, H.. I., FEBRUARY 21,
GEEAT CLEARANCE HALE FOR 3
I hereby beg to inform
LacG Uurtaiiis ai Miioi
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves fiOe a pair : Silk Gloves it Mittw greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkin1!.
EJ235 ,A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale $H
Mosquito Nettings reduced to $2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Uest Brands Dress Ginghams, Pereeles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Satcenes & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35e yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemcres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
"Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
JuJrGOOD.S .SOJL.l KOW CVWH OISXiY DURING a'UJS SALE'l
175 lm &. EE-9RL1CH, Proprietor.
Saturday Evening, Feb. 23rd,
S.xth nml Lust Subscript ion Concert anil
Complimentary Benefit ten-
Signor Campobello and Hiss Porter
A llrlllinnt mid Vni'ictl I'roj;ruiiimc.
aiix CJi-H.ee I?oitsx,
3Jr. OinrlcH Tlirowrr,
.1!r. i'Vlljw Ollcrt.
3Ir. Theodore Nrhuililt,
lMUCI-.M of .VD.IIISHIOX:
Drrsa Circle .. .".... $1 50
Pat (iicltc 1.G0
Baluouy 15 els
Gallery CO els
' TickU iilllce ut
M. iclmnt hircet.
Dr, E. W. Anderson,
(Assisted by Dr. 13. A. Lundy.)
Artificial TuWIi fiom one to nn tntiru
i-l insulted on gold, silver, iilli.mlt.um
nml liiblier liases. Croun and Bridge
Work a specially. To perbons wenring
iiililier plates which are a constant
source ol irritation to the mouth anil
iliio.u, we would recommend our Pro
phv luetic Mclal Plate. All opciations
performed in iiccoi dance wi.h the hileit
iinproeineiit-! in dental tcieiun. Teeth
13tia:tid wilhou' pain ly Ihe use of
Nitrm Ovidu Gu .
E3?Ud llotil street, at Dr. Oiossmaii'i)
old stand. Feli-20-89
CJ COTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
kJ in 14 11). tins. For sale by
IJIIOWN & CO.,
1!B Mei chant street.
Self-lighting Pocket Lamps,
313RFi:CT liiHtaiianeotiK FulMlRiitlnj;
Lamp, may be carried in vest
pocket.' Pi Ice, with 700 extra Hsiitu,
81 00. .1. 13. BHOWX & CO.,
178 lw 28 Merchant street.
A F12W in iva'te pupils, lit any of the
1. classical or, Bdintillo Hluilics, by
an r xpurienccd tchulVbr. Terms refiVoa.
alilc. Address "L," Hum.ktih Dlllce.
17 J lw
TTUS. MONROE, ludies' nurse, has
ISA. icniovnd to Nn. !), ICukui lane.
and ladies' iiuisu. Testimonials
ol U'i years experience, at ijiiccn Uliar
lulte i.yingiii-lloipital, London. Oilier
islands nut objected to. Resilience,
".luidui llouhu," Kcliool klrcel l'. O.
Box -17ri Mutual Tele. 8?a, 170 !)m
4 T the iniiiual meeting of tlio Kapio.
XX laid I'ark Asvocia'tlou held on tlio
i.'UUi day of I'Vhniary, A. 1). 16SU, tlio
following bliarelioldirH were duly elected
to icrve us members of the Hoard of
J s. Caiupliell,
A. n Clelioin,
I oiu Jlay,
U.i il H'nwii,
V. M. aillaid,
11. .1. Ajfiiuw,
II, K. Mucfarlane,
Win. O, Irwin,
T. it. Walker,
t; fi, Cunh'i,
H, J, Kolte,
W. il. GIFFAUn,
beciutary, pro tern.
fit5 1) W IBft frk T?J
9 dfe 30 j& gJ
the general puWio ln during- my Clearance Sale largo inducements will be offerod,
and iimnohiii reductions are made in every department.
in Embroideries and Lacas of all descriptions !
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
ies, EVIisses & Childrens liuslin Underwear I
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I cull particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
etc., etc., ale.
PROGRAMME OF RAGES
Saturday, February 23, 1889,
Xvsipiolrnii JPsji'Is !
15 mile d'lbh
I. A. Cummin- enter'. . Ii-elc, 1j1. l',
II. P. H.-l)ImrI....Gooie It. rn. i;.
E. O. Sclniiiiiin....Sielwi'0(l) p. m.
K. It. Jului Uilly M.cli. g.
No. 2 Kunniiic Hucc,
J. A. (Jummins enleis.
H. V. Iielibard
!j mile ilash-
. ..Titt, b. in.
Hairy, b. g.
E. H. Miles Shoo Fly. 1). g
No. 3 Uunninjr Hucc, ! mile dash
l'urue -f 100.
J. A. Cummins cnter
K. It. Miles ,
. Ivory, m . in.
..Nick, Ii, g.
tSy'ltaces oinmencc at 2 oVIoih,
jCgyUiMii'iiil ml mi biiui fiOc.
Taiehu Driving1 Club.
Has taken the Studio fonneily occupied
by A. A. Montaiio, corner of King
and Fort stieets, and is pic-
paretl to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing Iunt tor Aniutcurt,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
C6T Kutraiice on Foil- .Stiect. -H
Tim Xlnpon -'iihcii KiiUlmV Xi'ir
A line Al NK'cl StraiiiNlilii
for tlio alifive
pu is nil
MVKCIX T, 188!),
t'For teiniH ot freiglit or pu-Migu
having biipciiur ciliin and stceiaijn ac.
coiiiinoiluiioiiH, apply 10
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
1(B ttl Agents.
Tlio Al MtrnniHliip
Of the Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co. will he due at Honolulu from San
Fraiichco on or about
March 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about thai date.
jQjrFor freiglit or paHsago upply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
107 td Agenta
X7IIKU15A8 P. Hose of I'aia, JIaui,
YY has this day madu an (ibaigu.
meat of Id property to the umk'rtdKtied
for the hunullt of Ida creditors, notice is
hereby Kiven to ull paitiea owing said
V. Ho.-o to nuke lininedlata iainent,
and any purxnu huvlnir claims u.titist
F. Uiu to pioeiit tlii'in to the under.
Kilned within tlx months from date or
tliey will lie iom'vi r liarrcil,
Kl. llOFFriOIlLAKGEU & CO.
Honolulu, Fch. 1U, I8sl, 170 Ut
& Fort Streets.
White Dresses. Lace Caes. Sun Bonnets, etc.
76 and 77 1SG-A.IV
WE AliE VOW .SHOWING NEW STYLES OF
Sui Gigliaiiis, Priuls, Plain & Fancy Sate Batiste,
Piques, Challis, Cretonnes, Furniture Prints,
The iry latest shades .mil stles. Conic and examine oiu impor
Simer Dress Goods, Cream Ames, Lace Beatii, &c.
Our New Stock ol" Silk Gimp, Bead Ornaments,
Novelty Braid, Silk Ornament Braid, Trimming Yelvets, Pearl Buttons,
JtilloiiM, I?liuii;x, rX"ii)M, JCte., Etc.,
Is the liiii'st I'vci seen in tliis city, IJefoio buying elgewberc look at our
new assortment of
Ladies Boots, Shoes & Slippers, Hosiery
And a COMPLETE .STOCK of UNDERWEAR, latest style
and elegant in design. In our gents department
wo oiler the latest in
Custom-made Clothing", for Men, Youths & Children,
Cravats, Neckties, Cull's &. Coll.us and Gents Furniture of every
desciijition. Wo call paiticular attention to our
enormous stock of tho latest htyles in
11 UnTo""0'1" Gaiters, Oxf. Ties, Opera Slippers,
Felt Hats, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc. 17-88
Hell TeIiliom', ."SO "88
No. U Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE OH HAHD AND FOR SALE,
. . A . .
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahela,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and XIMSI-i WHIHKY
In (ihif.s and Stone Jnis;
Very Fine and Very ('heap (Jiialtiticn, an are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(WJiitooi Black), aho, .STONE JUfiS;
O 3L. -O TOM GIN!
Bchl Brand in the Maikut,
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Bulk and Cube;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In 1'inth and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In I'intij and (Juiute,
Bitters, Liquers', Absinthe,
Apollinari Water Kummels.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES!
Zlnfandel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c.f &.
fijST All of which will ho old AT LOWEST KATES hy
170 If MAKAQfiU,
JfSlj rlI,tC $3
0 DAYS ONLY!
Ac CO Fort Street.
- 3ittuul 1',clcilioiic, CJ'T'l