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MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1880.
, . DEPARTURES.
Term Glcndale for San KrsmcUco
Stmr W Q Hull for Lnlisihm, Maalnen,
Kona. Kn i and the Volcnuo at 10
o'clock a in
Stun- Mtknlmla for Kauai at " p m
BtmrVlTtt for Maul
Bktuo Eureka for Guty'a Harbor
Schr Ka Hoi for lluwiill
Minr W.ilulenlo for Knuni at 6 y m
sWot Ivtvrnllaul fot hqolau
SChr Sarah & Ellzn for Koolnu
Stuir Kllaucn llou for Hawaii at 1
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
!pk Alden Ilessle for San Fraucisco
For San Francisco, pur tern W S
Bowue, Mar 25 Mrs Weeks.
For San Francisco, per baik Hcsper,
Slur 25 dpi lhissctt.
For Jlolokal, pur stnirMokolli, liar
25 Mrs. I Lucas, W C Meyer, wife and
family and 10 deck.
For Maul, per stmr Lil'clike, Mar 25
M Lonlssoii, 0 llcdcmann, A Moore
and wife, lions II P Hnlthvln and P N
Makec, II Lose, 11 Orileiistciu, V II
Chlckeriug and wife,.! A Itodanct, Mr
Wilson, and 2J deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall. MnrCO I or the Volcano: Mr and
Mrs Cytus MeUormlok, Mr and Mrs
Taro Ando. Bov M .-lyania and wlfo,
Takiisa-ro, G F Smith, B S Saxc, Mr
Cooke, N S Bouton, K Bcainer, Uol A
Graunls. G W Grannis; for way ports:
Arthur Mock, Col S Jsoiris, Jj Valen
tine, J A Palmer, F r Hastings, W
Hollorou and 75 deck.
CARGOES FRGM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Kawallanl 050 hag ilci
Schr Sarah & Ell.a 22u bags" rice.
Schr Mille Morris 100 bugs rice.
The Alden Bessie sails for Sau Fran
cisco to-morrow with a full cargo of
The Milan Is due to-morrow.
The schr W S Bowne too . to San
Francisco l'J,5C2 bags sugar and 400
bunches bananas, valued at 07,307.19.
The bark Hcsper sailed ou the 23th
for .-an Francisco with 21,337 bagi
sugar and 300 buuchc bananas, valued
CUTTER-In Honolulu, II. 1.. March
2i,x 1S80, of consumption, Mary
Abrauis, wife of F. I Cutter, aged
34 years. New York, Fhilado phhi
and an FrimcUco papers please
Tho "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
was issued to-day. It contains thirty
iivo columns of interesting local mut
ter, and news from the other iblands.
Nothing like it to send abroad to your
friends. Copies for sals at the book
stores and this oilicc.
The Interior office will advertise
to-morrow for applications for twenty
four lots situate on Kulaokahua
plains, between Bcretaniaand Young
streets, near the Government Nur
sery. The lots have a frontage
of 50 feet with u depth of 149 feet.
They are situated in a very pleasant
part of the city and within easy access
to the trainears.
There is every indication of a largo
audience at the concert by tho Hono
lulu Arion Society on Thursday even
ing. Tho programme has been care
fully prepared and includes a duett
from tho opera Jessonca, by MisB
Nolte and Mr. Thrower, and an aria
and duett from 11 Trovatore, by Mrs.
Bowler and Mr. Thrower. Tickets
51 each, can bo obtained of tho com
mittee, Messrs. II. Berger, W. Wol
ten and Th. Boehmo, and the mem
bers of tho, Arion.
TO THE LADIES.
Mr. N. .S. Sachs, of the Popular
Millinery House, begs to inform the
ladies of Honolulu that during this
week thero will be open for inspec
tion at his store, a large assortment
of fine-trimmed pattern hats and
bonnets. This house is noted for
its first-class display of goods iu the
millinery line and ludios would do
wall to embrace the present oppor
tunity offeied by Mr. Sachs.
i jii'. .' '
THE MARRIAGE QUESTION.
"Is marriage $ failure?" asked a
ourious person to his friend, one lino
day in spring, at tho door of a fash-ici'-le
"I don't know" answered the friend
"there is bo a marriage solonnmed
here this afternoon, and I am booked
to play tho groom. Call upon mo in
about six months, and I will give you
a written ' answer for tho Debating
Club. But I will whisper, tho bride
it red headed and lias a strong
mindod mother hewovor. I am in
God's hands, pray for me Good
H. B. II. Princc&s Kaiulani,
daughter of Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
leuyes on the May steamer for Eng
laud, to he absent until the latter
part of 1890. Tim Princess will be
in care of Mrs. T. R. Walker, wife
of the British Vice-Consul, who is
also going to England ou an extend
ed vibiL Mian Amiic Cleghorn ac
companies the Princess and will ro
inaiu witli lier iu England. Hon. A.
S. Cleghcru will probably go on the
name steamer aa far as Bau Fran
cisco. As soon as the parly arrive
in England a governess will he pro
cured for the Princess. On Iter re
turn -home to the kingdom sun will
visit New York, Hobtou, Washing
ton, Chicago and other places ia the
jsutea'iljime penults,, i ,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Next Monday Trill be April Fools
The "Planter's Monthly" for March
Tub Kinau is duo to-morrow
Mn. Justice Biokerton pi-eiidc at
Chambers this week.
Fouutkkk passengen left
W. Q. Hall this morning
Ail Fat was yesterday committed
for trial in tho Supremo Court, on a
charge of perjury.
Domestic produce to tho value of
.177,550.15 was shipped to San Fran
cisco yesterday by two vessels.
Mits. .F. I. Cutter died yesterday of
consumption. Tho funeral takes
place this afternoon nt 4 :30 oYloyk.
Tun regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. W. C. T. U. will be held Thnrs
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall.
The band concert at Emma Square
last evening drew out u good audi
ence. Many thanks, Berger, for tho
selections Irom Pinafore.
A very fine oil painting of Wai
mnnulo Mill, by Howard llitcheock,
is on exhibition in tho window of tho
Hawaiian News Co.'s Btoro.
To tho imbibers of tho exhilarating
a thing of Love and Joy, can bo had
at tho Anchor Salaon. It is known
by the name of Pioneer Whiskey.
On Friday afternoon nt 1 o'clock,
there will bo a special meeting of the'
stockholders of the People's Ice and
Bcfrigcrator Company, at the office,
In tho Polico Court this morning
Morris Judo was charged with violat
ing Chapter 55 of the Session Laws
of 1888. He was remanded to the
20th, at 2 p. m.
The furniture at the promises,
Union street, opposite the Fashion
Stables, to bo sold on the 28th, will
be open for inspection to-morrow,
from '.) a. in. to 3 p. m.
On Wednesday, April 3d, at 10 a.
m., Mr. J. F. Morgan will sell tho
lease of tho rcsidenco of Mrs. G. H.
Luce, Punchbowl street. At the saiiin
lime will bo sold the entire house
It is reported that Max O'Rcll, the
brilliant French author, will shortly
leave London for tho Antipodes and
stop at Honolulu en loute. lie wants
to know whether an Aiihtralian is
"an Englishman upside down."
Only two tenders were received
this noon at the Interior oftico for
repairs to the Hilo jail. Action has
been deferred until tho Superintend
ent of Public Works can communi
cate with the paitics who both reside
Tiik April term of the Supreme
Court will open at 10 o'clock next
Monday morning, when motions will
be heard and preliminary business
attended to. The Hawaiian jury
calendar will be taken up at 1 p. ni.
Mr. Justice Dole presides.
Police Captain Larscn got woke
up during the night by tho telephone,
a voice telling him that attempts
were being made to get the bark C.
D. Bryant out of port. Ltirsen hur
ried oh" to the vessel and found there
was no truth in the in can ago.
Ma. Arthur Mock, who recently
arrived from tho States, left on the
W. G. Hall this morning to assume
the duties of principal of the Gov
ernment school at Pahala, Hawaii, in
place of Mr. B. Hughes who has re
signed on account of ill health.
Mit. and Mrs. P. H. W. Kois, who
are leaving Ilamakua, for Wash
ington Territory, gavo a farewell re
ception to their numerous fiicuds at
Paauilo, Saturday evening, March
10th. It was a very pleasant affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Boss leave for the Coat-t
on tho Alden Bessie to-morrow, and
the Bulletin wishes them a pleasant
voyage and much success.
About 2 o'clock this morning th
reaidents of Alukea street near tho
Contral House were awakened from
their slumbers by a drunken haolo,
who had climbed a telephone post di
rectly in front of Wioke's shop, and
was calling out in loud tones that he
could light any Dutchman in town.
Tho polico being telephoned for, the
crazy fellow was taken to the Station
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O.
Drill Queen's Own at Armory,
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Court Lttnaliio No. CC00 A. O. F,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. V. MOHGA.N.
At 10 o'clock a. in., at the resi
dence of Mr. Frank S. Dodgo, Here
tauia street, near tho Ice Works, tho
entire household furniture.
At 10 o'clock tjiia niorning, the
case of l)io Hawaiian Government vs.
The baik C. D. Bryant, libel, was
called in the Supremo Court before
Mr. Justice Pictlon, On motion of
the Attorney-General, si continuance
was granted until 10 o'clock Wednes
T HE DAILY BULLETIN Uollyo
4- oreoing paper. CO oouU ptir month.
THE SECRET CONCLAVE.
Pursuant to notice the fourth sed
erunt of the Conclave look place in
Autocrat Hall, Calathttmpin, on tho
17th day of the present tnoon.
There were present all thu mem
bers, and General Quartctto pre
sided. Iu addition to the members, a
number of strangers occupied scat
in a corner of the hall by themselves ;
hut they appeared to feel quite at
home, and chatted and laughed up
roarously. This conduct was tho
more observable, as the strangers
wore the distinguishing garments of
clergymen; although their counte
nances and behavior did not, upon
this occasion, express any such pro
fession. It would have been diffi
cult for a stranger to those present,
to have polutad out which were the
tnuiiiburs and which the strangers,
had it not been for the arrnngument
of the seats.
Rev. A. Whangbuster nag tho
first to speak, after the meeting had
been called to order, and he ad
dressed the chair thus:
"Mr. President, I have brought to
this meeting a number of my broth
er clergy, who have signified their
desire to unite with us as members
of tho Cnlathumpian Paity.. They
are all from Massachusetts and well
known to you. It is of course not
strictly necessary that I should thus
formerly introduce our undoubted
friends; but I will do so lest an
awkward precedent should be estab
lished." The speaker then beckoned to the
raven lined gentlemen to come for
ward, and he introduced them one
by one as follows:
"This is our mutual friend Rev.
G. W. Dryhash, D. D., whom wc
all know intimately. Next is our
mutual friend Rev. D. W. Buckskin,
who at present assists Dr. Dryhash
iu the important charge of Cross
bone Church. The three clergymen
that I will now introduce to this con
clave are rccntlr from Massachu
setts. We have not yet been able
to find churches for them ; but they
will work admirably as politicians in
the meantime. Their names are
Revs. Joua Skipaway, Noah Good
riddance, and Nathan Nonapropos
the latter a very learned gentleman
who served sometime in an hospital
for the cure of secret diseases. In
this way he will be useful as a na
tive teacher and be able to cure na
tives of those maladies which the
Rev. Nabob Venereal says carry the
aboriginals off at a rapid rate. God
be praised for his mercies. I now
move that these reverend gentlemen
be admitted to membership of this
Vice-President Strangcways had
much pleasure in seconding this mo
tion, and could wish that the num
ber had been ten times as many.
He always felt happy when in com
pany with New England people, they
weie so different from these horrid
Ger " At this point the speak
er's collar broke loose, and he sat
down to adjust it.
Dick Blunt wanted "to know
whether it was intended to make
vestry meetings of the scderunts of
this conclave. Ho was opposed to
clergymen taking part in political
meetings, as lie nau never seen any
good come out of it. Sailors regard
ed clergymen on board ship as
Jonahs, and as a rule clergymen
were out of place anywhere, except
in their pulpits or their homes. As
politicians they have always been
dead failures, and if they would
stick to their legitimate business the
world would get along much bet
ter." Job Periwinkle and Tintrumpet
the taiUr both spoke in favor of the
Angus McTavish was silent, but
squirmed uneasily in his seat.
Gay the planter grunted and look
ed the picture of disgust, and Long
Tom was busy at his minutes.
The President warmly greeted the
clergymen ; and put the motion to a
vote, when the show of hands pro
claimed the parsons duly elected.
Rev. Jonah Skipaway expressed
the thanks of himself, and those of
his hi other clergymen, by siying
that he was always glad to join in
any movement carried on by New
Englanders, and he directed the at
tention of the President to a gentle
man who still sat on the stranger
benches, and who seemed to be for
gotten during tho excitement of
"running in" the clergy.
The President then called to the
Btranger, who then came forward
and stated that Ills name was Colo
nel Skunk of tho Aerated Infantry,
and ventured here to join the con
clave and become a member of the
"Have you anyone to propose
your" asked tlje President.
"No," replied Co. Skunk, "hut
I prcsumo that ono of my clerical
friends will do that for mo."
Rev. Jonah Skipaway then moved,
and the Rev. Dr. Dryhash seconded
"that Col. Skunk be admitted." The
votes showed that all were in favor,
except Dick Blunt who held up his
hand in thu negative, and Angus
McTavUh who declined to vote
either one way or tiu other.
After Col. Skunk had been ad
mitltd, a detachment of Massachu
setts lawyers, and a few Hawaiian
professionals of N,cw iMighmd de
scent, burst into thu hall and pro
ceeded to the members' benches
without ceremony. Of course, they
witc all enrolled as members. Their
names wi-re: (Juickstep Eyestaro
Esq., Aaron Smtirlllat Esq., and
Wi(jty Wagtail Esq., Hawaiian
New England lawyers ; Jabcz Corn
cobb Esq., Arcos Pumpkin Esq.,
and Ilezcklah Stringbeans Esq., law
ycrs from Boston, Mass.
When thcac admissions were made
the conclave was very considerably
enlarged; and Quickstep Eyestaro
Esq., with eloquence born of the
tropical sun, aroso and spoke as fol
lows: "Mr. President and Gentlemen,
I do not profess to bo much of a po
litician, and 1 come here more as a
learner than a teacher, moro as a
worker than a speaker. I know that
I have much to learn; hut I also
knew that I am In good company.
When 1 look around me and ses to
many godly men, ('Glr us n rest,'
ejaculated Dick Blunt), I cannot
but feel the elevated tone which
must permeate this conclave. (,'Pickg
led olives,' shouted Dlek Blunt. J
Yes, Mr. President, the present se
derunt looks like a prayer meeting
in all its purity, all its piety, and
in all its earnestness. ('Hear!
hear!' from Rev. Amos Whang
buster, who considered himself as
the senior clerical member.) Thero
is only ne feature here that differs
from a prayer meeting, and that is
the absence of ladies." fuosur
shouted Dick Blunt, 'there are
plenty of old women in this she
bang.') Vice-President Strangcways arose
to a point of order. Ho said that
"it seemed to him most unbecoming
in a common mechanic to interrupt
speakers so frequently."
"Nuff Bed," shouted Dick Blunt,
"I rise to another point of order.
What does that son of a nineteen
mean by calling mo a common me
chanicV' If he uses such language
to inc 1 will make his shirt-collar
more limber than it is. I am one of
the men that carried a rillo upon a
recent memorable occasion, and
would rather have shot down that
lunatic than anybody else that I
know. I want him to understand
tnat I don't permit such epithets
applied to me."
Angus Mclavish arose m his
wrath, and was evidently stung by
the same remark. He baid, "1 hae
been warned no tac speak, but I am
no gauna stand slurs. What diz
that idyit mean by a common me
chanic? Did he ever hear o' an un
common mechanic? I am a me
chanic, an a far better aue than he
is an editor or onything else that he
professes to do. Common mechanic!
My ccrties the chiel's a daft fule."
Tintrumpet, the tailor, thought
that "the term might also apply to
him, as tailors were ulso classed as
mechanics ; but he would refer to
Mr. Gag, whose clothes he had the
honor of making, whether there was
anything common about his work
manship. He always made a good
fit and supplied the best material."
The President now interfered, and
said that the matter had gono far
enough. He did not approve of
those recriminations, and had taken
occasion to reprove the Vice-President
several time., previously. The
harmony of the ceholave should be
preserred at all hazards, and he
thought that Mr. Strangeways had
been an clement of discord on more
than one occasion. All personali
ties should be avoided as much as
possible. He would now close the
meeting by calling upon Rev.
Whangbuster to sing the parting
hymn, which that rev. gentleman did
Boston is a pretty place,
And so is Philadclphy ;
You shall have a sugar plum,
And I'll get one myselpliy.
I.U ,l,"..l" . L '
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST OF
HAWAIIAN SUPREME COURT
HJKCTION Or INTKUDKK.
The owner of a house may use
such means to eject an intruder, as
are reasonable and necassary, first
requesting him to depart and afford
inir him a reasonable time to do so
The King vs. Howard, 1 Haw. 10.
The showing of a mere deficiency
in the accounts of a government
olllcer, without proof of conversion
or deceit, is not sudlciiuit evidence
on which to convict him of embez
zlement. It must appear that he
converted the money with a fraudu
lent intent. Tho King vs. Swinton,
1 Haw. 05.
Complainant having obtained a
judgment at law against one of the
respondents, took out cxecutiou
thereon, which execution was re
turned mtllti botiu. Complainant
then filed his bill iu equity, praying
that the second respondent who was
agent for the former, might bo com
pelled to niako discovery as to
money securities mid other property
in tils hands, belonging to the prin
cipal, and ilif. the sainp should bo
applied to the payment of complain
ant's judgment. The Court granted
the relief prayed for. Dana vs.
Angel and Snow, 1 Haw. 190. The
equity side of tho Cpurt having
rightful juiisdiction of a niatter,will,
after discovery, proceed to give re
lief, in order to avoid the multipli
city of suits. Ewing et al. vs.
J anion, 1 Haw. 71).
The court, allowed u second excu
tion to issue against the property of
a judgment debtor, although a levy
had I ecu made miller the (list execu
tion, and did not appear 'to be sufll
dent, thu libelants having stated,
under oath, that they had reason to
believe that means would bo taken
to riuder the first lory ftuortlYu.
vs. Bark George. 1
r.xoNKitxTioN or sirenm.
The exoneration of a sheriff by
the Court, will not protect him from
liability to third parties. Wiley vs.
Boyd, I Haw. 15.
rAit.unu to ruovE owNnnniur or
In an action brought by tho plain
tiffs as owners of tho bark Madout.,
to recover damages sustained by the
non-cmploymcnt of their vessel, by
reason of a libelous placard published
by the defendant, tho plaintiffs hav
ing failed to prove their ownership
of the vessel, were non-suited. Rus
sell et al. . FiUU, 1 Haw. 1V0.
TOlSEtajf BtfRESESTATlTES ASD AT
TACHES. The privileges and immunities of
Foreign Representatives and their
attaches, examined nt length. An
attache of the French Legation hav
ing assaulted his superior, tho latter
applied to the Minister of Foreign
Relations for assistance, by the im
prisonment of the offender until ar
rangements could be niado for send
ing him to France ; whereupon he
was arrested by the Marshal under
an executive order. The Court, on
habeas corpus refused to discharge
him from custody. In ro Londais,
1 Haw. 199.
A conveyance of the property
made with the intention on the part
of the grantee, to defeat an antici
pated judgment against the grantor,
is fraudulent and void, even if based
on a valuable consideration. Croc
kett vs. Hubbard, 1 Haw. 101.
A party, at tho hearing of an ap
plication for the appointment of an
administration on his aunt's estate,
stated that "he had received his
share of her property before her
death," and therefore did not claim
any share of the property she left
at her decease. After the party's
decease, his administrator claimed
his share in his aunt's propcity, and
introduced evidence to show that his
admission of having received his
share iu his aunt's lifetime was not
true, and made with fraudulent in
tent. Held that his administrator's
claim shou'd be sustained. In re
estate of Hakau, 1 Haw. 203.
If a vendor sell an estate repre
senting it to be in a flourishing con
dition, when in fact, it is a wreck,
tho sale is fraudulent, and the buyer
may cither rescind tho sale, or take
the property at a proportional re
duction of price; so, also, if the
subject matter of a sale do not exist
at the time of the sale, neither party
is hound thereby, although the fact
was unknown vhen the sale was
made ; and if the property was par
tially destroyed at the time of the
sale, tho buyer has his election
either to rescind the sale, or take
the property at a proportioned re
duction of price. Alo vs. Blair, 1
The expenses of entering and
quitting a port of distress, to relit,
and of discharging and reloading
cargo there, and all other necessary
expenses for the benefit of all con
cerned, arc to be contributed for as
a general average, without regard to
the nature of the damage which
made it necessary to put iu for re
pair. The loss sustained by the sale of
the goods for the purpose of raising
funds to defray the expenses of re
pairing the ship, is not to be in
cluded in a general averago contri
bution but must be borne by the
ship owner alone.
The wages and provisions of the
master and crew from time of hear
ing up for port, until the ship was
again ready for sea, included iu
general average. "Philomela," 1
Haw. 102; see "Admiralty Jurisdic
tion." minus coui'Ub.
The Court may grant a writ of
habeas corpus to apai ty confined upon
process in a civil suit. I he Court,
on habcait corpus, will go behind the
process of a nest and detention is
sued against the defendant iu a civil
suit, and inquire into the truth and
sufficiency of the plaintiff's allega
tions, allowing the defendant to con
trovert those allegations.
The plaintiff will not be liable on
his bond if he proved that tho de
fendant is indebted to him, although
he does not prove the defendant is
endeavoring fraudulently to rvade
the payment of the dcix. In ro
Cambridge, 1 Haw. 1!U.
Tuesday, March 2(ilh.
Frank Roche and Bom... ior
drunkenness had each to pay $0,
Kanihoimuioli, for cruelty to ani
inula, wan lined $20, and sentenced to
10 days at hard labor. Appeal noted.
mini', n jii'iun.i
MASON & HomliB Organ, a fine in
Mrumeul for church or lode
room, call and roc it at tho MuMc De
partment, Hawaiian News Co. 107 Im
PIANOS ami Organs for sale on the
momhlY liiktaimt-tit plan, or cheap
for cash at the Muslo Dypajiment, Ha.
walluti News Ofl. 107 lm
1 PERSONS mintemplatluis purchas
ing a l'lnao or Orgnu, cbu nave
money at the Music Department. Iln.
nullan Sows On, 107 lm
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