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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. 1H8D.
Stmr Kmilafiotn Ualalua a d Nalannc
Stmr Klimufioin Hawaii mid viiul
15k Koyal Tar from Newcastle, ' S v,
Stmr U 11 HUhop from Koolau
Scur Kawallam for Koolau
Sehr ncela for the Gilbert Islandi
Scur Maiy Foster for Kuunl
Stmr Ewa for Ewa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROWf.
Stmr Kaala for Walalun aud Walauao
at u a in
llaik Velocity for Hongkong
Bk Allien Bessie for San Francisco
From wlmlw aid ports, per stmr Kt
nan, Mar 27 His Ex J Austin, G A
Bcelc, A T Atkim-ou, W Davis, .Miss K
Panco, CY Aiona, il B Louis, II O
Austin, Mrs 0111, A Grambcrg, Master J
Cusblngbum, J Me Andrews, Geo U
"Wllilanis. O McLennan, Miss Ka ela,
M Yamasblta, Mrs A IC Eldrcdgc, Win
Bclowltz, J Blekwcll, Jr, AKul and
wife, T K McDonald, W II Daniels, S
Decker, .7 K Waul, Mrs J Harrison and
daughter and 8G deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikaha, Mar 2C
Miss Sclbcr, Mr Dyer, Mr Bellan, E
Stieliz, MrBelhm, Mis V P Kanoa, E
Boyd, llrs .i Kala and child aud absiit
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 9.G28 bags sugar, 1G7 bags
spuds, 20 bags corn, 20 pigs, 175
pkgs sum. lies.
The term Glendale sailed yesterday
with 7,G()3 bags of sugar, valued at
The inau leaves for windward on
Friday at 2 p in.
Thobaik Royal Tar arrived to-day
fioin Newcastle, K S W, i.i Tahiti,
with a cargo of coal on ships account.
THE ARIOH CONCERT.
To-morrow evening the grand con
cert for the benefit of Mr. Clias.
Thrower, will take place at the hall
of the Honolulu Aiion Society, com
mencing at 8 o'clock. Following is
1 . Choi us
2. Song-Good night tnydeai est child
Mr. J. ubasch.
3. Duett from opeia of Jessonda
Amazili i iss F. J. Nolte.
Nadori ' r. Clias. Thiower.
4. Duett Violin and Piano
..Messrs. II. Berger and. Th. Schmidt
5. Vocal Duet
..Messrs. K. More and has. Thrower
G. Love's Joy Waltz Itando
Miss F.. I. Nolte.
7. Song Embarrassment Abt
Mr. Chas. Thrower
8. Zither Solo Mr. Th. Wolff
0. oene Aria aud Miserere II Tro-
Leonora Mrs. J. Bowler.
Manrlco Mr. Chas. Thrower
10. Chorus onolulu Arion
A NUUANU VALLEY EPISODE.
AN O'ER TIIL'E TALE.
They were young and romantic,
and although the minute-hand was
pointing to twelve o'clock, they
stood upon the porch gazing at the
"That's Veuus, dear, isn't it?"
"Yes, pet, and that is Sirius,"
he replied, pointing to another star.
"Are you serious?" alio cooed.
Ho kissed her several times on the
mouth. Then he pointed upward
and said :
"That's Mars, dove."
"And that's Pa's," hissed upon
their startled ears, as a No. 12
boot with a brass toe obscured the
Southern sky; and as the young
man soared into the Empyrean he
saw more, stars than the Lick teles
cope promoters ever dreamed of.
A deciajon has be.cn fijed in the
case of J. K. Nalmle and Keliikoa
and 119 oUiers',vs."Chas. Kaiaiki.
Bll to obtain a lease. Appeal by
plaintiff from Mr. Justice McCuliy's
decision in favor of defendant. The
full Court, with the exception of Mr.
Justice Dole, who waa an attorney
in the' case, alllnns this decision.
W. C. Aclii and Ulias. Creighton for
plaintiffs; Cecil Brown for defend
ant. J. P. and Samuel Parker vs. A.
J. Cartiviiglit trustees of Queen
Emma's , pstato and Kahua Munch
Co. Appeal oj' defendants fioin a
decision by Dole J. granting plain
tiff's bill in equity to compel the
specific performance of a covenant
in a leaie. The decree on the bill
isr reversed and the appeal dismissed
with costs by the Court in banco,
Dole J. dissenting. A. S. llartwell
and P. Neumann for plaintiffs ; C.
Ihown for A. J. Cartwright, W. O.
Smith for Kahua Kancli Co.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
I1EFOIIE JLDB, C. J.
Wjcp'esuat, Mareh 27.
Iu the mata-r'of tho estate of Si
ruon Ilardcastte, Jate of Honolulu,
deceased, ltition of V. h. Green
for piobatepf will and that letters
tubtameulary be issued to liimself
and Alex. Young as exeeutorB,
Counsel for petitioner after calling
two witnesses asks for a coutluuunce
.until he piocluce a witness. The
Court allows the continuance, Cfl
cU Brown lor petitioner.
.JOAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Thijee whalers left for tbo Arctic
The Academy of Music scheme has
been given up.
The Ministi r of Foreign Affair
returned from Hawaii this morning.
Tub Kinau brought 0,028 bags of
sugar and 115 passenger this morn
ing. Mns. Brigliam Young was regis
tered at the Volcano house, March
Tun district of Kohaln, Hawaii, is
sadly in need of rain, as the cane is
.. i m
Johnny Wilson lias gonoi to the
Arctic on a whaling expedition in
tho bark Triton.
Mn. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of schools, returned to town on the
Kinau this morning.
Tun regular monthly business
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be
held to-morrow evening, at 1 :30.
The Kinau brought down a broken
roller from the Waikapu plantation,
to be repaired at the Honolulu Iron
A rKRFORMAMCK will be given in
the Chinese Theatre to-morrow, tho
proceeds to be for the benefit of
China Engine Company No. 5.
The schooner Hceia left to-day for
the Gilbert Islands on a trading ex
pedition in charge of Capt. Roschill.
She will be absent three or fpur
Nearly two hundred Portuguese
were passengers on the last trip of
the Kinau from Laupahoenoe to
Maalaea Bay. They were going to
Mn. Huntsman, who recently ar
rived from ihe Coast, has been as
signed to the principaUhip of the
English Government School at 11a
Mn. T. 11. W. Ross, wife and
family, Mrs. Pillock, Mr. Smiley, and
tliii ty-three Portuguese will leave on
the bark Alden Bessie for San Fian
cisco probably to-morrow.
Lovekb of good things can have
both their eyes and btomuchs satis
lied by a iew and taste of the Cali
fornia Fruit Maikets' exhibition of
tho delectable watermelon.
Jules Taeriiiir is now completing
a view of an Indian Camp at the Red
Cloud Agency, Nebraska, in a enow
storm. Tho picture will soon be
placed on public oxlubtion.
News came by the Kinuu of a row
which took place at Kohal.i lust
week, between two Japanese and a
Chinaman, in which the latter, to
ward off a blow with a cane knife,
had his fingers badly cut.
The funeral of' James, son of Hon.
James and Mrs. Campbell, took place
yesterday afternoon horn Kawaiahao
church, Rev. II. H. Parker conduc
ting the service. Theru was a large
attendance of friends of the family.
Tho remains were interred in the
family vault, Nuu.inu cemetery.
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The seventh organ recital will bo
given at Kaumakapili Church one
evening next week. By the kind
permission of Rev. W. B. Olebon, the
Kamehameha School choius will
assist. Miss Patch and Mr. Paul
Isenberg, Jr., will sing, and there
will also be a trio for violin, violin
cello and organ, and organ solos.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Rehearsal IIouolulu ArionSociety,
Services at Central Union Church,
Bible reading at St. Andrew's
Sunday school room, at 7. Services
Concert by tho Honolulu Arion
Society, at 8 p. m.
Meeting Y. W. C. T. U. at 3 p.
ra., at Y. M. C. A. hall.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORnOW.
BT J. F. MORGAN.
At 10 o'clock a. ni., at the pre
mises, Union street, opposite tho
Fashion StabK-s, the entire house
THE VOLCANO ACTIVE.
The Volcano has been in a yerj
active slate of late. Mr. Maby,
manager of the Volcano house writes
to the Wilder Steamship Conipnny
and says that the blowing and surg
ing of the Inva in the two lake-,
could be plainly heard from the
house. Tliei e had been two flows
during the two weeks ending March
17th. l'lieru had been no rain dur
ing that period. Tho highest tem
perature was Co the lowest 10.
The steamship Kinau arrived this
morning from windward ports with
a full caigo of domestic produce,
l'uiser Geo. Beckloy reports as
follows: rough weather along tho
Haraakua coast, line weather on the
Hilo side; no foreign vessels either
atMahukona or Hilo; three small
island schooners were at Mahukona
wailing fur smooth weather, so as to
load sugar from the Kohaia Sg
Co.'s ufijl, where 1Q.O00 bags are
ready for shipment; one of the
schooners has been wailing at Mahu-
I konii nearly thiee wetkB,
The 5th sedaiu tot the conclave
met puiiuaiit to notice ai the Usual
place on tin1 '20 h fla, of the pieseut
moon. A lull quotum was present;
but as many new members, includ
ing bankets, audits and otheis, had
been enrolled Mnce the former sed
eiunt by an unique process, we can
no longer keep track of the names.
Tho President calle the meeting
to order and stated that ho required
attention of the members to a few
remarks which ho wished now to ex
press. He would explain to the
members the necessity of forming a
"a ring." Wlmt he meant b' a ring
was a compact whereby every mem
ber would uphold tho political ac
tion's of his fellow-members, and
that all would unite to puigo the
Government service from Opposition
sympathisers. He looked upon such
men as "snakes iu the grass" who
should be politically killed at sight.
He was well aware that tho Opposi
tion party is numerous ; but it is
disunited and cut up into detach
ments of nationalities that cannot
pull well together, and there aie
many of these detachments that by
small baits and bribes we could
manago to get over to our side.
With this view he had instructed the
honorable the Road Botcher to em
ploy a number of tho Poittmuesc.
and a similar pnliey in oilier depart
ments will be inaugurated. It re
quires but a small "op" to win half
starved men ; aud, as the whole ex
penditure comes out of the public
purse, we shall not individually feel
Dick Blunt said that he "would
like to know upon what tenure oi
light the present ministcis, consti
tuting the Government, were to hold
office continuously. He helped to
put them into the Government; but
at that time he supposed that their
services were only to be of a tempor
ary nature to seive until the ex
citement was over, and until the
couutry could oliose better and
mote experienced men. This Minj'
business is not ouiy a mistake, but
it is also a clime, ihe previous
Government was a 'ring,' and it
came to grief. It is true that the
compact or ring eoutrolb a p r ion
of ihe local pn-ss, but editor-.
Strangeways and Venerial max find
few readers to swallow their wiit
ums. 1 am a plain man, and can
forage for my living without a suck
at the Government pap. I joined
ibis conclave in the course ol refotui,
put I think that reform should begin
in the cabinet. It is reported oul
of doors, that the white volunteeis
are enrolled to coerce the people,
should the coming election go against
the Government. If such be tin
case, it is time that the Opposition
raised another band of volunteers to
checkmate those belonging to the
Calathumpian Party; and if they
do, I shall be in the ranks of tiie
new levy with my rifle."
After this harangue of
there was dead silence for
minutes eacli member looking at
another to see if he could fathom thu
Finally, Angus McTavish "thocht
he had something tac say," and he
said it as follows: "Mr. President,
I hac aye been in favor o' law an'
order; an' I cauna see that ony
guid comes o' rings or combinations
to override the people. Tlieie is
naeihiug but a bad cause that necdx
ony sic bolsterin' up. I liae kent
raony a ring in my time ; but they
a' cam' tae gi ief an' disgrace after
a brief interval o' tyrannical rule.
In some countries, the ring that you
propose aud prepare for your neck
a hempen? gravit, and an enraged
people wad string you tae the near
est tree. You may not bo a traitor
tae the Government, Mr. President ;
but you are a traitor tae the people
o' the Whereabout Islauds, an1
that's a muckle mair bcrious matter.
You are no makiu, yer livin' oot
o' the people that you are wantin'
tae combine against; an' gil je are
helped in yer designs by tliae tniiiii
ters o' the "ospel, its uudebve tae
the kirk an' the cloth o' the sect
that ye bclang tae. I beg pardon
for speakiu' fteely."
Vice-President Stiangeways took
the floor immediately that McTavish
had done talking. His arms sprawl
ed out before him like the feelers
of a cockionch, and his head bent
forward over his shin collar as if it
were unconnected with his organ
ization,. His mind at that moment
was fully reflected iu iiis face, and
his eyes had the glaie of death.
When his j'iws opened his cheeks
lell in, aud he fumbled his cnair
hackuaids and forwards iu fitful
grasps for some minutes befote ho
could spuik. At last by a spasm?
odiu i-ffoil lie obtained uiteranco
ami said: "Mr. Piesideiit, I have
listened to many daring speeches;
but, for downrigh iui ettineuee,
that burgoo-ealer heals anything I
ever listened to." (McTavish Ihto
interrupted by desuibing the speak
er as a bean eater). "He called you,
Mr. Piesident, a traitor. I would
ask this august assemhly whether
language of that kind toward the
chair should be for a moment toler
ated, lie also said that we make
our living out of the people, which
is an unmitigated falsehood, for
mvself I have learned the useful
ptofessiou of a lougiu examiner,
aud as such I am independent as
long as the people of Calathumpia
jiave tongues to examine. My con
nection with the otgan of the Cala
thumnian Party, is only Riven for
the reason that I know what to write
t about, ami now to malign aud hum-
blo the foes of our glorious party."
(At this point the upeaker's. breath
gave out and he sat diwn exhaust
ed.) Dr. Dryhaah said that he "did not
tee wlieie all these crimination aud
lecriminalion was going to end.
Since he hail joined thu conclave,
veiy lit Liu had been said of a peace
ful ehai actor by the speakers; and
he felt conslt aincd to move that the
luibulent niciubets Dick Blunt ami
Angus Mc lavish be expelled from
Long Tom seconded the motion
in a number of loud and detached
sentences, which were cut short by
Dr. Dryhash stating that "he had
not made an' motion, but had only
stated that he felt constrained so
Wigglty Wagtail, Esq., native
lawyer, did not like to sec this op
pot Utility for a fee pass quietly off,
and he "moved that the two unruly
mcmbeis be ejected in such a man
ner as may bo afterwards agreed
Jim Tintrumpct, said that he
"followed the peaceful business of
a tailor ; and thought the conclave
could get along better without so
much froth. An interchange of
opinions is required in the discus
sion of important questions; and, if
the mechanics had erred, both the
President and Vice-Piestdent had
equally erred. Regarding the in
temperate language used, thcro was
not much to choose on either side ;
but the example was due from those
holding the higher positions."
Theo. Gag' said "them's my
sentiments, and if that long fellow
there (poiwling to the secretary) had
shot oil his jaw to me as he did to
the two mechanics, I would have
doubled him up like a pair of com
passes." Job Periwinkle thought "there
could nothing be gained by quarrell
imr, and he hoped the conclave
would return to peaceful and har
Rev. A. Whangbuster had "been
silent throughout all this unpleas
antness; but he would now address
the chaii with a view of throwing
oil upon the troubled waters.
Mr. President It is natural for
youn men to be impetuous, and
uiey are generally the more so when
uccessful in their undertaking
especially in a financial sense. When
success and youth go togelher the
combination should lie closely watch
ed. In this dangerous connection
experience cannot give her helping
bund, and the dictates of prudence
are often hushed to a whisper. I
am a lad that grey hairs and other
signs of matin e age form so lorgo
an element of this conclave, which
decidedly needs a restraining in
fluence. Exhibitions of petulance,
hatred, prejudice, or even exclusive
uess, do not strengthen any political
party in whose ranks these vices
show themselves. As I said in one
of my first speeches in your pre
sence, we should "be all tliiuus to
ail men." This advice was given
by a much wiser man than any one
present here this evening, and the
wisdom of the advice has been con
firmed in every generation. Wc
must learn to govern our tempets,
or else we will be sure to lose the
election. Our political enemies are
much more numerous than the mem
bers of the Calathumpian Party ;and
it will not signify that we control the
army, and the seveial lnanche3 of
the go eminent seivice, if tiie ma
jority of "the votes be against us. I
theiefore counsel circu inspection and
forbearance, and may God speed
"Amen!" groaned Dr. Dryhash.
"So mote it be!" said Job Peri
winkle. "OchAye!" sighed Angus Mc
Tavish. "Gammon!" ejaculated Dick
Blunt, who turned his magnetic eyes
upon the Vice-President, and gave
that gentleman a withering and ex
During all this time the President
had been studying the situation. He
lelt the position msicure and every
remark that foil from tho speakers
seemed only to confirm his fore
bodings. Kvcn the oily words of
Rev. A. Whangbuster failid to rt
assurc him ; and the discord, which
had shown itself In tiie conclave,
moved as a bpectre iu his mind. He
held a portfolio iu the cabinet which
brought liiui a large salary, and he
lelt thai it was about to go from his
giasp. Then what would he do?
His power would be none, aud he
would be reduced to the level of
othui tuiii, with no trade or profes
sion to fall back upon.
While ihe President was mcdit-it-
iiu in this fashion, Jabcz Corncobb,
Esq , whu hid lceuouton a tqis9ioii,
ruilii'd excitedly into the hall and
stated that "the Opposition had ht-ld
a monster mcetinc., and that thou
sands of Gi rm.uiH. British, Portu
guese, i'ri'iii'h, and llauaiiaus had
enrolled themselves in the Opposi
tion ranks. The flag of the Where
about Islands waved over them whilo
in session, and measures were de
vised for changing the government."
"Call the police" shouted Strange
ways. "Sound to arms" suggested Col.
"Cull nut I tin Holdters" echoed
"Is there any chance of assassi
nation?" queried Tiiitnimpet tho
What does It all mean? asked the
"You have yourselves to blame,
1 gentlemen," said Dick Blunt," a
few foolish and offensive men like
the Vice-President and Secretary of
this conclave are enough to put the
whole country In a blaze of dton
tent. There is np tangible appear
auce of a spirited utid intelligent
government policy, except In the In
coherent drivelling of the govern
ment subsidised organ. The whole
group of islands calls out for roads,
wharves, bridges, and necessary im
provements; the public lands lie
waste without the chances to buy;
and ministers sit ou their rumps iu
their olllces, without other exertion
than to draw their pay."
The President in a loud voice
closed the meeting, and Rev. Whang
buster sang the following closing
Fate may blast or fate may raise,
Our hopes as chance may meet
But still we'll sing our holy lays,
And rush with real to greet them.
THE LIBEL CASE.
The hearing in the caso of the
Hawaiian Government vs. The Bark
C. D. Bryant, libel, commenced in
the admiralty division of the Su
preme Court this morning, beforo
Mr. Justico Preston. Attorney
General Ashford for tho Govern
ment, Paul Neumann for the bark.
There were present in Court Senhor
Canavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner; Messrs. 11. F. Glade and J.
F. Hackfcld, of Messrs. Hackfeld &
Co. agents for the bark ; Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, Mr. F. A. Sehacfer and
several Captains of vessels. Mr.
F. Turrill, Port Surveyor, and John
Good, Assistant Port Surveyor were
examined. During the hcariug of
TurrilTs evidence it transfercd that
he at one time was a third owner in
a shipbuilding yard in New York
The caso is still on this afternoon.
EDUCATIONAL NOTES. ETC.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
Geneial of schools has, during his
absence of six weeks fiotn the city,
vKited the Island of Lanai, the dis
tricts of North and South Kohaia,
Hamakua and Hilo, on Hawaii. He
found a maikcd inipiovement in the
schools in North Kohaia and Hama
kua, and the buildings are ail in ex
cellent condition. The teaching in
several schools visited is of a high
class ciiaiactor. There had boi n
some rain in Hamakua, but at Ko
haia and Ililo it was very dry.
Mr. Atkinson reports progress be
ing made on the new toad to the
Volcano fiom Hilo. Mr. R. W.
Laine, the Mexican Consul, is em
ployed on the road as time keeper
and treasurer. J. D. Marlin has
charge of ihe work.
The Rev. Stephen L. Desha, of
Kona, lias received and accepted a
call to the Haiti Church, Hilo. lie
preached in the latter church on the
21th and made a very good impres
sion. His text was the 2.1th verse
of the 1st chapter of Colossians.
Mr. Atkinson will probably leave
next Monday for Hana, Maui.
NEWS FROM TAHITI.
The bark "Royal Tar" which ar
rived from Newcastle, N. S. W.,
to-day, via Tahiti, brings news from
the latter place to Feb. 23.
The U. S. S. "Trenton" arrived
at Tahiti on 22d of February, from
Panama, en route for Samoa. She
was quarantined for 5 days, but pri
vate advices state that she would
probably coal and clear for Samoa
before the expiration of the quaran
tine. The Paymaster's clerk of the
"Trenton" died two days out from
Panama, of yellow fever.
Tahiti is suffering from drought,
there having been no rain for
months: weather very hot and
every tiling diied up.
At the leeward islands (Rniatca),
the stale of affairs arc unchanged.
The natives, unwilling to submit to
French rule, are still in the moun
tains, but it is only a question of
time witli them ; eventually they
must submit to the superior rc
soui ces of the French.
Wednesday, March 27.
Palaile was fined $r witli $1 costs
Breyan, for assault and battery
on Dennis Sala, was fined $10 with
Awa and Puaolina wvie charged
with fornication. They wt-ut oil and
got married and were di-clruid.
1 iliu J i- -
NewYotk City has 1(1,000 Rus
sians. Three years hence Kentucky will
celebrate the centennial of her ad
mission into tin Ui inn.
The city of Iioaton Is said to own
about S'JO.OOO.OUO wortlt of build
ings on which there is no insurance.
Li Hi, the present king of Corea,
belongs to a family who has held
the Coiean throne since 11)92.
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l.uu i odltlnna Sous and Instru.
mental olios at the Music Department,
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at the Coast.
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Tobacco and Cigarettes.
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