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MONDAY, MA '.OH 11, 1889.
THE SUGAR FRAUDS.
Wo publish below the report of
tho special agent of the Trea
sury department on the "Su
gar Frauds," in which it will
be seen that particular atten
tion is called to the Wcstnicath af
fair. The result of the investiga
tion shows that that cargo was sent
to San Francisco by the Trust with
tho direct intention of swindling tho
U. S. Government out of a large
amount of money. Au attempt has
been made through the columns of
our contemporary, to bolster up the
the illicit actions of the American
refinery, by attacking the sources of
our information, and aleo by per
sonal reflections on the President of
the California Sugar ltcfiucry, who
is now in our midst.
We are not prepared to say just
how far that gentleman was instru
mental in bringing about, the inves
tigations which have resulted so
disastrously to tho credit of the
Trust, but wo certainly must do his
business ability tho justice to say
that wo hardly think he would
calmly look on and see an opposi
tion rellnory swindling enormous
sums out of tho Government, while
he was endeavoring to compete with
them in the same line of business,
and at the same time paying just
and honest duties on the goods he
was importing for manufacture.
Wo would advise our friends not
to attempt any further defence of
the Trust, for the matter is one
whose offejisiveness only becomes
intensified by stirring, and it now
remains to be seen what bearing the
report of the special agent will have
on the coming suit against the Ame
rican refinery for annulling of its
Following is the report from the
San Francisco Chronicle of March
Washington, March 1. The Pre
sident of the Senate to-day laid be
fore that body a letter from the Se
cretary of the Treasury transmitting
various papers in relation to sugar
investigations made since March,
1888. Among the reports, and one
which the Secretary of the Treasury
particularly calls the attention of
Congress to, is the report of the spe
cial agent who investigated the
cargo of sugar imported by the
American Refinery at the port of
San Francisco on December 4th
last. The special agent details the
circumstances which led to the dis
covery, and says the conclusion to
bedrawn from that transaction is
that a fraud upon the revenue was
attempted in the importation of this
sugar, and the action of the collec
tor in releasing "the cargo without
further investigation has opened a
door by which the revenue may be
further defrauded in the future.
The special agent assigns the fol
lowing facts as his reason for believ
ing that fraud was intended in that
impoitation of the above named
cargo. First, the low price at which
that very high grade sugar wi s in
voiced at the place of manufacture;
second, that the vessel was not on
Lloyd's register or on the shipping
guide of San Francisco until within
a day or two before its arrival:
third, because it was entered on
three pro forma invoices as manufac
tured at three different places on
tho island of Java ; fourth, the oalh
of the consignee on entry in at
tempting to enter it at 88 deg.,
when it must have been known that
it would average from 95 to 97 deg. ;
lifth, the fact that the American Su
gar Refinery has been shipping su
gar from the Pacific coast to New
York when it could have shipped it
from Java at less cost, and that the
shipment to San Francisco was at a
higherrate of freight than it would
have cost to ship to New York ;
sixth, a,maa by the name of Phil-
lips, who claimed to have had much
experience in tho manufacture and
fctining of sugars called on a firm in
San Francisco and in a long conver
' sallon gave his views fully and po
" nitively in regard to that cargo, stat
ing that'll was colored and that he
knew how it was done, and because the
same gentleman in an interview with
Appraiser Beck subsequently stated
to him that it was not colored, leav
ing ono to conclude that he had been
interviewed by the American Sugar
Refinery; and, seventh, in support
of Dr. Bowio, the facts have been
found from the many samples taken
from the cargo of the Westmeath, a
largo number of lumps of sugar,
rauging from "T" small, to "A"
yery large, that one, externally, had
tho same appearance as the cargo
generally., but v hen broken the in
side was found to be in color much
above the number of 13, Dutch
Count Herbert Bismarck cynically
flays;. 'Tbe,only. advantage of. bet
ter society is that its morality is
II. B. M. S. loams arrived at
San Francisco, Feb. 26th, from Pa
nama. Licutouanl William J. Ilnnnan
has been detached from the II. S. S.
Adams and ordered to tho U. S. S.
Commander R. P. Lcary has been
detached from tho command of tho
U. S. S. Adams and placed on watt
incr orders. v
Chief Engineer Absolom Ilcrby
and Ensign Eliot Snow have been
detached from the U. S. S. Adams
and placed on waiting orders.
The U. S. Seirctnry of Navy has
entered into a contract with J. N.
II. Patrick of College Point, Lqng
Island, to furnish contiollable auto
matic torpedoes of Patrick's patent
for use in the navy, at a total cost
of 855,000. Each torpedo i9 to
carry -100 pounds of dynamite, and
is guaranteed to
mile, at a rate of
run one statute
twenty knots an
U. S. Vice-Admiral Rowan, chair
man of the Lighthouse Board, has
been retired at his own request.
Commodore llarmonv has been se
lected to fill the chairmanship of the
Board, made vacant by the Vice
It is pretty generally conceded
that Commodore A. E. K. Benham,
will be ordered to take the command
of the Mare Island navy yard.
Commodore Belknap, commandant
of the Mare Island navy yard was
confirmed as Rear Admiral on Mar.
1st. Tho Admiral retired from the
yard on the 9th inst., turnine the
charge over to Commodore Thomas
Nelson, as temporary commandant.
' Mrs. Emily B. Cults, widow of
Lieutenant Commander Cults, has
been appointed the Post Trader at
the Mare Island navy yard.
Commander R. D. Evans has
been granted a year's leave of ab
sence, lie will go to Nicaragua as
superintendent of construction of
the Nicaragua canal. Commander
George W. Collin succeeds him as
Secretary of the Lighthouse Board.
HAWAIIAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
The prospectus of the Royal Ha
waiian Academy has been circulated
during tho last few days, and is
worthy of careful consideiatiou by
those of our community who are in
terested in the musical future of
Hawaii. Quite a number of gentle
men have given their support to the
enterprise, but many more names
are needed before the academy can
take a solid footing. The idea is a
good one if it can be carried out hs
proposed in the prospectus, anil
there is no reason why a prominent
musical institution should not find
its homo where unquestionably so
great love for song exists and is
waiting for a capable guide to de
The patient, persevering hand of
a meritorious professor has built
from native dorment talent one of
the best bands in the whole world,
and any Hawaiian is proud of Prof.
Ileniy Berger and his boys, and now
let this fact command the attention
of our prominent and rich citizens,
that within a few years, if properly
and carefully handled, and if liber
ally and willingly supported, an
academy may bo formed where vo
cal honors will he as eagerly sought
for and as satisfactorily proven as
is the actual case with the Hawaiian
There is nothing either preten
tious or impracticable in tho sugges
tion offered by the directors of the
proposed Royal Hawaiian Academy.
They are both eminently suited and
efficient to undertake the tuilionary
responsibility of such an institution,
and they should be met in a liberal
spirit by material well-wishers, by
whose hands in fact the foundation
stone of such an institution should
be laid. In any case it can do no
harm to try the experiment, and
therefore it is to be hoped that on
Friday next, the lath instant, when,
as stated in the prospectus, the first
meeting of the patrons will be held,
a large gathering of our prominent
men will attest by their presence
their willingness to discuss the ad
visability and the practicability of
an institution such as has been nam
ed "The Royal Hawaiian Academy
of Music and of Lyric and Dramatic
A NOTE-WORTHY COINCIDENCE.
Tlie other day, while a Michigan
Central train was waiting at St.
Thomas, a young man of twenty
five was observed to be closely re
garding a bolid looking old gent of
fifty, who had come through from
Chicago. Finally the young man
stepped up and inquired: "Isn't
this Mr. B , of Chicago V "Yes,
sir." "I am Mr. J , formeily
of tho same place, but now of To
ronto. Do vou remember me?"
"Really, but I do not." "I was a
cleik iii your pork house, T aspired
to the hand of your daughter. You
drove me hence becau.-o I had no
ducats." "Oh, yes, it seems as if
1 do lccall something of tho sort.''
"Well, sir, I want you to under
stand that you made a mistake. I
am now worth 818,000, and could
give your daughter every luxury."
"Eighteen thousand dollars, eh?
Thai's quite a sum." "Yes Birj
and I am the man you drove hence."
"Eighteen thousand dollars," mus
ed the old gent. "What a curious
coincidence I That's exactly the sum
my daughter's husband gave her
the other day to buy a summer pug
dog with. I must jut this coinci
dence down." Somebody held, the
young man up until the weakness
left his knees a little, and then ho
went hence some mote.
DAILY BtmiETrN" Uy$OLT3L H. xM Mabom 11, lJSSO.
Late Foreign Hew.
Per S. S. Gitelic.)
Tho O. and O. steamship Gaelic
arrived Saturday evening from San
Francisco, with four days later
news, making dates to March 'id.
Following is a summary :
President-elect Harrison arrived
at Washington, Feb. 2Gth.
W. It. Vanderbllt is seek'ng to
obtain a lease of tho London house
now leased by tho Duke of Suther
land. The Kansas Legislature has pass
ed a bill to prevent trusts, combina
tions aud pools.
The report of the special U. S.
Treasury agent on the sugar cargo
of the Westmeath has been trans
mitted to the Senate.
The U. S. Senate Committee on
Foreign Relations is convinced that
the La Abra Mexican claims are
No further headway has been
made in the selection of a postofllco
site for San I rancisco.
Two thousand employes at the
furnaces of the Tennessee Coal and
Iron Company are on a strike.
Henry A. Gould & Co., manufac
turers of dye stufls, of Pearl stieet,
Boston, have failed for $1,000,000.
The Dcadwood, D. T. reduction
works were destroyed by fire March
1. Loss, 100,000; insured for
II. Z. Osborne of Los Angeles is
at Chicago on ids way to Washing
ton to apply for the position of Pub
President Cleveland held his last
public leccption Marcli 1. Over
2,000 persons called, most of whom
An Iowa lamer shot an alleged
ghost near Casey, Feb. 28th.
Burglars bagged 83,000 worth of
goods from tho jewelry store of II.
Whitehouso, Spokane Falls, Wash
ington Terntoiy, Marcli 1.
The bill making train robbing a
capital crime, passed by the Legis
lature of Arizona, has become a law
by the governor's approval.
Ex-Uuitcd Statt-s Senator John
W. Johnson, of Richmond, Va.,died
The Chicago Grand Jury refused
to indict Editors West and Dtiuliip
of tho Chicago Times on the chaiges
priferrcd by B-nlield .and Sehtiak.
Dining an expeiimeut on Marcli
1, Edison, the im.-ntor, nearly lost
his eyesight. (. heuiteals on the
stove "ran over, ai.d his eyes were
There is intense excitement at
San Diego over the great gold find
in Lower California, fifty-eight miles
inland from Ensenada.
A special tiuin i an into lliu end
of a local train standing at the sta
tion at Paris, Out., Match 1, killing
Mrs. Law and her six-year-old
Tlie bill to amend the law to pro
vide better protection to the salmon
fisheries of Alaska was passed in the
U. S. Senate Feb. 27.
Patents were issued Feb. 27, from
the General Land Office to the State
of Oregon for 58,8-18 acres under
the Swamp Land Grant.
Folds & Giilfiths, dealers in car
pets, etc.. have assigned. Their
liabilities are placed at 100,000;
Robert Watkins, the alleged
Plummerville ballot-box thief has
been held in bonds of $5,000 for a
Gibson, Paris & Co.'s hardware
establishment in the house number
ed from 70 to 82 Randolph street,
Chicago, 111., was burned March 1.
The loss will amount to 880,000.
Nothing new lias transpired in the
case of the defaulting president of
the Cleveland Seed Company, Ari
thur It. Cleveland. The company
claims that the loss is not larg
enough to embarass it.
General George B. Williams of
Indiana has been decorated by tho
Emperor of Japan with the older of
Rising hun. General Williams was
at one time Minister to Japan, and
later organized a financial system
for that countiy.
William Wall, brother of 13. Berry
Wall, the famous "king of dudes,''
who recently died in California, is
reported to have left S200.000 in
trust for him.
A meeting of creditors of the Pa
cific Gu.ino Company, Gliddeu &
Curtis, J. M. Gliddeu and C. M.
Dove was held Feb. 28. John C.
Ropes, assignee, made a statement
thowing the liabilities to be $2,487,
800; assets, 5422,284.
While folding a creek near New
Earl, Tenn., March 1st, the family
of Ernest Hudson, coiibialinu of his
wife and seven children were drown
ed, Hudson nlouc escaping alive.
Tlie President's veto of the Des
Moines River Land bill luis been
sustained by Congress by a vote of
117 ayes to' 103 noes.
James C Mood, the famous Ca
lifornia Pioneer millionaire, died at
Heidelberg, Gcr., u hither lie had
gone to recuperate, on Feb. 21st.
The United States has added four
new stais to its "Jack." The Pre
sident has signed the bill admitting
Washington, Alontano, Noith and
South Dakota, to the sisterhood of
Mayor Pond of San Francisco lias
signed tho Barry-Kingwell water or
der, and it is now a law. In conse
quence tho Spring Valley Water
Company stopped work in the city
and discharged its men. The stock
of the company dropped $3,25 n
share on its quotatiouB of Feb. 28th.
According to the tcrritotial statis
tician of Daktfta Territory, thero
will be a shortage of 0,000,000,
bushels of tho wheat necessary to
tidu over the farmers' wants until
tho new crop in that territory.
John U. Klein, special coi respond
ent of tho "Examiner," dining tho
trouble at Samoa, has arranged to
give a series of lectures throughout
the States on the Samoan question.
He will illustiato his loci on a hy
niuneious stcreopticon views f the
points of interest in tho islands, and
of the natives.
A dreadful accident occurred at
St. George, Ontario, February 27th.
A first class passenger ear, a Pull
man car, and the dining room car of
an express train went crashing
through the middle section of an
iron trttstle bridge over a brunch of
the Grand river. Eleven dead bo
dies were recovered, and thirty
mangled forms were taken from tho
The make-up of President-elect
Harrison's Cabinet that received
credence, March 1st, was: Secre
tary of State, James G. Blaine;
Secretary of the Treasury, William
Wiiulom ; Secretary of War, Hetl
flcld Proctor ; Secretary of the Navy,
Ben. F. Tracey ; Secretary of the In
terior, John W. Noble j Attorney
General, W. II. Miller; Postmaster-General,
Secretary of Agriculture, Thomas
The six days walking match at
San Francisco ended February 27th.
Following are the scores.of the first
E. O. Monro
Old Sport Campanu
James T. Lea hey
In the House of Representatives
at Washington, Match 1st, a reso
lution "as p.isscd to pioiiiolc com
mercial onion with C.uiuda. It piu
vides that whenever it shall be duly
certified to the Picsidint that Can
ada has d. elaietl a desire to estab
lish commercial union with the
United State.", having a uniform
revenue system wi.li like internal
taxes aud like impoil duties, with
no duties upon the trade between
the United States and Canada, he
shall appoint, tluee commissioners
to meet those designated to repre
sent Canada to prepare a plan for
the assimilation of the import duties
and internal revenue taxes of the
to countries and au equitable divi
sion of the receipts in a commercial
Governor Swincford of Alaska, in
his report of Match 1st to Secretary
Vilas, on the reported outrages on
women in Alaska says, That 2 or 3
of the misbionaiies are lomioiisiblt'
for tlie vile slanders upon the white
people of Alaska, which have been
sent broadcast throughout ilte coun
try, and recommends an investiga
tion by the Presbyterian Board of
Home Missions. He also advices
that they secure some field remote
from Alaska wherein tlie peculiar
talent and questionable methods of
the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson can
be more profitably employed.
W. II. Gladstone, the English
stateman's son, is dying. lie was
insensible March 1.
Pritchard of England has been
hacked to fight Jack Dempsey for
1000 per side.
Tho Aighan forces are advancing
from Herat aud the Emir of Bokhara
is preparing to attack them.
It is reported that General Des
Bordcs, the French commander, has
been murdered in Tonqtiin.
The German missionaries held
captive by tlie Arabs were liberated
The German Government Iia3 for
bidden the issue in Germany of any
part of the Bulgarian loan, on the
ground that Bulgaria has no recog
Additional particulars of the bat
tle between Emin Bey and Khalifa
Abdullah are that Emin Bey cap
tured three steamers, many prison
ers and completely louted the expe
dition sent against him.
"Popolo Romano" announces that
Stalls, the American Minister at
Rome, will resign on the ground that
a Democrat cannot serve
Count Bombelles, chief of the
late Crown Prince Rudolph's house
hold, has been retired. The Em
peror has bestowed upon him the
grand cross of the Order of Leo
pold. It is reported that the Czar is
scandalized by the irregular lite of
his brothers and has. ordered the
Grand Duke Vladimir to resign his
coiniimiidcrship of the Guards.
A dispatch to the Loudon "Xews"
from Cairo Feb. 28, says: "A de
heiter from Wady Haifa reports that
Emin Paxha has again vanquished
the dervishes, wi li heavy loss, in
Ualnrel Gazcl province."
The Italian Prime Minister Grispi
has leagued. He was to have
spoken in the Chamber of Deputies
Feb. -28, but after a Cabinet council
he decided upon resigning in order
to avoid an inevitable hostile vote
011 the Government incisure provid
ing for additional taxation.
Steve Brodie, who was made
famous hy jumping from Brooklyn
Bridgo and other high places, has
accepted a wager of 81000 to swim
the English Channel from Dover to
Calais. lie sails for Europe in
It Is believed tho suppression of
the Patriotic League is the first of n
scries of steps to Btipprcss Boulan
gism and a pretext to discover tho
organization of the league. The
police have mado three searches for
papers belonging to tho league.
On March 1, tho Police of Paris
again searched the offices of the
Pali iolic League, forcing open all
the desks. The arrests of the mem
hers of the League and its suppres
sion were due to an inflammatory
telegramcontaincd in a protest for
publication in St. Petersburg and
Moscow. The government seized
tho telegram, aud preveuted its
A despatch from London of Match
1 states the appointment of Sir
Julian Pauncefote as British Minis
ter to the United States, Is officially
confirmed. The new Minister was
an under Secretary in the Foreign
Olllce. The appointment of Sir
Julian, was made because of his in
timate acquaintance witli the fishery
question and that, although ho has
no diplomatic experience, no is a
pronounced authority on treaty law.
Dr. Tanner, member of the House
of Commons was arrested in the
smoking room of the Palace Hotel,
London, Marcli 1, and taken to
Scotland Yard. He had just fin
ished a speech from the balcony of
the hotel, in which lit had highly
eulogized Mr. Gladstone. The rea
son for this arrest is not Rtalcd in
Tin: i'auni:ll commission.
On Feb. 2Gth when the Parnell
Commission met, Sir Charles Russell
counsel for Parnell, slated that
Pigott, a conspicuous figure in the
Paiucll-limes Commission, in the
presence of George Augustus Sala,
at Labouohore's olllce, had signed a
conlession that the Painell letters
wete forgeries. Russell then made
au application lor a warrant for
I'igotts arrest which was granted.
Pigott in his confession, admits that
he lorged all the letters asciibed to
Hjoii, Parnell, Davitt and O'Kolly.
lie also admits thalheperjuied him
self tiefore the Commission. He
made another statement later to the
effect that Pat Casey forged the
signatures and he himself wrote the
body of the Parnell letters in tlie
first batch, and two of Parnell's
letters, one of Davitt' s and one of
O' Kelly's in the second batch were
treated in the same manner.
Pigott rould not be found, and
was supposed to be on the continent.
On Match 1st he was in Madrid and
committed suicide at the hotel des
Ambassadores in that city.
Mr. Egiin, M. P. thinks the effect
of the collapse on English politics
will be tremendous, and that if an
appeal is taken to the country with
in the next six mouths, Gladstone
would go in overwhelmingly. lie
doe not know whether or not the
attempt will be made to force the
appeal to the country, but under
stands that Gladstone favors waiting
as he believes the cause is steadily
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following are booked to leave
on the S. S. Australia Thursday,
.Match 1-lth: Col. Ciaus Spreckels,
Mrs. Spreckels, Miss I3imna Spreck
els' Hon. Elisha II. Allen and Mrs.
Allen, Arthur Page aud wife, Mrs.
Coit and maid, L. S. Smith, O.
Gohlsniilh and wife, Mrs. White
head, Miss M. S. Grifllngs, Miss L.
1. Parks, Mrs. Tufts, Miss Tufts,
Miss M. F. Gushing, H. P. Eay, II.
W. iPaiker, K. 13. Hilliard and
wife, J. L. Richards and wife, J. T
Cross and wife, A. A. Pratt, Mrs.
13. M. Marcliand aud child, AVm.
Millauaud wife, II. A. Smith, Miss
E. M. Smith, Miss M. Smith, Miss
A. Smith, C, II. Smith and servant,
A. Haas, W. Williams, R. J. Lillie
and wife, Mrs. Bennett, Miss Gib
bons, 13. A. Ward, J. L. McLean,
T. .1. Bergin, Miss K. Mihan, L. G.
Gardiner, Mrs. A. do S. Cannavar
ro and child, Henry K. Hyde, J. N.
Robinson and wife, Mrs. II. Berger
and son, B. F. Dillingham, O. B.
Spalding, Mrs.. A. Willis, Sister
Winifred, Mrs. Louisson, Miss Belle
Louisson, D. J. Treiber, wife and
child, Miss J. l'lelcher and two
hoys, P. C. Jones and wife, Rev.
A. C. Walkup and three children,
F. 13. Rahd, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. W.
It. Lawrence and child, F. II.
Itoyce, J. B. Robinson and wife, and
v. Y. Horner,
Got up In a corner,
And says you'r a gorner,
, I tliink
If you take a drink.
Hut with nil his gammon,
We will worohlp mammon,
And buy r tteu salmon,
We must :
For ho want-, his say
About the P.ike,
Or else we can get up,
JUST received a Mipply of Tahiti
Bamboo for malting hats.
1!M Iw J. E. UKOWN & CO.
A YOUNG German Woman want a
posliio us hoin(k'cper,Beiimtrrih
or inf'int'rf nuise. Add.eei "A. f.."
Bum.itih Olllce. ua :tk
For Sulo Cheap.
MILCH Cow, four years
old, good Jersey
Btock, Must he Bold at
once on account of depar-
tuio by the Australia, A bargain lor a
poor man, Inquire at Dr. Whitney's
olllce. 101 3t
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
For Sale At Auction.
Be older of tho Tru-tee of His Miijmiy1
"Estnto, I will sell at I'ulillc Auction
On TUESDAY, March 12, 1889,
L, 1UU1V1I 1U,
AT IK O'CLOCK NOO.V,
my Salesroom, Queen street,
dodrablc property known ns
The Leilehua Ranch
Slltiiitid on tlie Island of Onhu. 'Ihe
llaneh comprises about $0,00) ncres'of
laud, mostly held In long l as. 9 from
the C lninlsslonertt of Ciutwi Land,-, ns
Land of Waianae Uka !
Containing lt.'OO Acres.
Part of this land cal'ed NANAKUI.I,
containing tf.OOO aeres, is iticd us a t.it
toning pnudoclt cnpailc of mpi'mtlug
front tOO to 7 0 lunil of cattle. In ion.
uictluii with and adjoining Wiihinu
Uka aro this Lands or Wa.kal-nmuu,
GOO acres; Kaleua, 400 Hens and Pou.
hulii, blU uert-.-. besides Ihese lands the
E-tnte Louses Ale and a pait of Kalnuuo
In Ewu. The Cattle, comprise fiom
2,500 to 3,000 Head !
Branded X, about TOO of these are at
the fattening paddock at Nanakull.
.wnoiig the t tittle are a niuubcr of good
Tho Hunch owns 23 Work Horses and
Colts and 2 Mules. Also, 3 Ox Cans,
Tlie Hunch Is conveniently divided
into paddocks, 2 large ones bciug near
the Knuch house and 1 at nikakaliua;
also, 3 Set of Double Pens.
The Haneh is nearly all fenced, hav
ing 18 miles of fencing. The Dwell
With Stables, Iron Water
A portion of the laud at Ewa is plant
ed with taro.
The close proximity of this Estate to
Honolulu, together with the hugeaiea
o 1 attttrage and the amount ol Stock,
lender this ono of the inot desirable In
vestments offered tor bide.
For further particulars of ltiiises,
rents, apply to A. .1. Cartwiight, or
JAS. F. MORGAN,
137 td Auctioneer.
On Wednesday, March 20,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. XI..
At tho residonoi, of Mr. M. bonis r,
liing street 'on account ot departure),
I will s:ll u Public Auction.
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Comprising in part:
1 GMckeriiiE Saaare Piano,
(A Splendid ltitiuineri') ;
Center and S -f n Rug,
4 light Pond nit Cluiiiilc'iers,
Statuary, Steel Engravings
Lurce Mantel Mirror,
1 Handsome OpM Parlor Suite'
Etinny Etugrru and Chl-inet,
Luce Cut Wins, I)nui:rlu,
Bluck Walnut It.-.t SuniJ,
1 Massive Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Spring nnd Hair Vntttast-c,
1 Double B. W. WartA,
Minor Kmntj "
Leather Criveinl I.ounijc,
Plush Easy Chairs,
Large Koa Wardrobe,
2 Black Walnut Wardrobe?,
B. W. Colored Marbletop Bureaus,
t Ash 1i 1 room N't,
Feather Pillowf, Mosquito Nets,
1 BAY. Pillan Ex. Dining Table,
H. W. DInlng.rrom Clwirn,
1 ElcRiint II. W Sili-houid,
Iron ik'dsleids, Hunging Lamps,
GR0CKERY and GLASSWARE,
Kitchen Slave atul Utcnbilf.
Uefrigeintor, Meat Safe. AUo,
2 Family Carriages & Sets of Harness,
Elc, Etc.. Etc., Etc.
BQfTho Premise- will bn open for
iuxpection on TUESDAY, March 19ih,
from !i. m. to 8 I', li.
JAS. I?. MORGAN,
10-1 8 1
npO the Creditors of Kimp'ou Decker,
X bankrupt, of Wailiikti, Maui, lake
Thill the undendgned, Assignee of tho
Ki-tato of SiinpMHi Decker, bankrupt,
of Wailnku, Maui, has preparatory to
his filial nceouni aud dividend, tub
milted his account at mcli Absignce
aid U'o'l the tamo before, Hon S. H.
Dole, Justice of the Huiiremr Court, at
his CluimberF, to whom lin will at 10
o'clock a. M.ou TUESDAY, thu U'tli
of March, IBS!), nj plv for a bclilcmt-nt
of Mid account and for a di charge
from all liability ns such Assignee, und
for nil order to make a film I divldnrl.
And that any person intercbtid may
then and there appear hmI coniest the
same. W. O. PARKE,
Assiencn Kitnlc Minpson Uucker
Houultt'u, Match 5, I8r0. . 169 41
A REWARD will he paid for infor
million regarding tho Barque
"Wanderlug Minstrel," of Honykong
!K"3 lo'up, Itn-t heard of ut Honolulu, De.
ctmber, i8s7. Apply to
100 Ot Honolulu.
March '16th, 1889
No. 1. Bicycle (of anv kind) Hace, U
utile dash. Free to all. En
try $1, Prize $75, donated hy
tho Hawaiian Tramway Co. and
No. S. liunnlntx Unco, 1 mile dash.
For HawnliuM l-r,'d houses.
Free for all. Citich welpht.
I'il7.e Jrulicv Suddle, Snddlo
Cloth, KhlliK Hrldle, Mnrtln
c1o and U hip, donated hy
linn. w. E. Foster mid $15
No. 8. Trotting and Pnelng Bncc, 1
mile diuh. For Hiwaiian hied
hoi'sa, !! years o'd. To road
cart and rule?'. Prize Plated
Water.Pl tcher and $00 and en.
No. 4. Banning Bnce, mile dash.
For Hawaiian lit tl horses, 4
years old. Catch -weieht. Prize
Cup, donated hy Lot Snmucl
Parker and $10 nnd entries.
No. 0. Trotting and Pacii g Hare, 1
ir ilu dash Dnuhlc team'. Freo
fo all. Prize $.'0 ai.d entries.
No. C. Uunning Rice, ,f miln dash.
For ll'tua-iiin hied horses, 3
yenrh old. Calch wsiuht. Prize
$15 aud entries.
No. 7. llunnlnir Hce, mile dftsh.
Fur Iluvnran hied Ikts-s 3
years old. Cn'-h weiyhl. Prizo
2 Mlk Lap Uohes by G. W.
Mavfarlane & Co. and $1" and
No. 8. Uunning Rncc, if mile dash
Fice for all. Prize $15 and 'en.'
No. 0. Uunning Knee, ?. mile dnbh.
Free tor all. Prize Punch
Uowl, by the Pacitic Hardware
Co. ami 10 unit entries.
No. 10 Tioltlng and Pacing Ilnce.
I mile heats Best 2 in a to Koad
Can. Fico to all. Prize tiet
of Track HnmeM, by Hawaiian
Hotel Stables Co. aim 900 and
No. 11. Pony Hare, 1 mile dash. For
Haw n a ponies under 14
hamK Cwti-h weight. Piizo
$1.") :tu! cullies.
No. 12. 'rolling Ba9e to Road Cart, I
mile uudh. Fiee for all 11 a-waii-ui
bred hoi'biH. Prize $50
No. 13. Uunning Race, 1 mile dash.
Free for nil. 1'nze a Brake,
ly the llawulian Manufactur
ing Co. aittt S 15 and entries.
No. 14. TiUHni: llace, I mile dash.
For all norse that never beat
3 minutes. Prize $o0 and en
tries. No. 15. Taiehu Club Saddlo Horfo
Hacc. 1 mile dash. Prize
Cute of Chumpngne.
CQyBniries to bo made tierore Satur
day, Match 1), 18tsJ, at 4 r. jr., at Mr.
C. Boltc's olllce.
JQT Entries each horse $2.50. No
Prolo-sional Jockey allowed. All
Hitlers to he in costume. Only gentle
men driver. Cup-, lie, to owner of
winning hornet-. Money prizes to rideib
orduvcis. Kiuih race, " 'i money prizes,
let prize , 2nd yriz-jy.
J. A. CUMtVllNS.
Honolulu, January U', 16tu. 144
PORTUGUESE defiling to send 'to
the Azores for their Iriendscan
now purchase through tickets at the
office of the. undersigneds, at the follow
Flores to Honolulu ) ft1n 0
Fayal " ?lU7 z-
Tickets alt-o Isfued through to Azores
from Honolulu. Special latcs for chil
dren under 13 yenr nf ii-re.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Agents Burlinmon Koute, S. F., and
United titntcs Aznrinn Packet Line.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tho stock,
holders of the People's Ice & Re
frigerator Co. held this day, the follow
ing mimed pcrsors) were elected as offi
cers for the eiiHiiingyoar:
J K. Wilder -. President,
W. E. Foster Secretary,
W. E. Wall... Treasurer,
W. O. Smith Auditor.
Tim al ove named olllcers constitute a
Rouid of Director.
W. E. FOSTER,
Secretary P. I. & R. Co.
Honolulu, March 0, 1H89. ' 110 2w
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Bteamnhip , , ,
Will have Honolulu for the above
Thursday, March 14,
For Freight or Pasjoge, apply ts
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO., Agenta.
100 lw " ' ' " '
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