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DAH3P BUMVffimSr: HONOLULU, E. h MARCH 18, 1
THURSDAY, MAltCII 28, 1889.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Sclir Mokunlu from Kwa
Strar ms Mnkco from Kimal
tichr Haleakala from L'cpuckco
behr Llhollho from Lubaliui
Sclir Larluia from Ewn
StmrlCaala for Wnlalua and Walaua
at 9 a m
Bark Velocity for Hongkong
Ilk Allien Bessie for San Krauplsco
Stmr (J 11 ltlshop for Karma, Kuual, at
fi p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stuir Klnuu for Illlo anil way ports at
2 p m
From a circuit of Oaliu, pur sumr 0
R Bishop, Mar 25 Jas Gay, Miss Soren
son, I! leper.-;, anil -10 deck.
For Sun Francisco, per bark Allien
Bessie, Mar 2S V U W Boss, wife anil
family, Mrs Pittoek, Mr Smiley and 33
For Hongkong, per baik Velocity,
Mar 28 CU Chiuu-iu steerage passen
gers. CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Mukuola 270 bag? lice.
Stmr 0 It Bishop -1,-20 bags sugar, 330
bags rice, CO bags bran.
The bark Allien Bessie, Capt Cousins,
sailed this aftcrnoun for San Francisco
with 12."0 tons of sugar and rice.
THE KAHUKU RANCH.
The Kahuku Ranch which was
purchased a short time ago for
S27,000 by Col. Sam Norris is again
in the market. The Colonel's rea
son for wishing to dispose of it is
that lie cannot stand the nights there ;
it is too cold for him. The climate
during days is all that he could wish,
and the scenery cannot be beaten.
THE BRYANT LIBEL CASE.
At 10 o'clock this morning, Mr.
Justice Preston heard arguments in
the libel case of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment vs. bark C. D. Bryant.
Attorney-General Ashford argued
for the Government, and Neumann
for the bark. The Court took time
to consider until 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, when a decision will
be rendered, if not earlier.
The schooner Ada C. Owen, be
longing to the firm of Donald and
Edenborough, is ashore on the coast
of Tahiti, in the neighborhood of
Maraa, where she had gone' to load
a cargo of oransjes. The situation
of the ship leaves no hopes whatever
of her being saved.
The cruiser Duquesne, flying the
flag of Admiral Lefdvre, was expect
ed at Tahiti on or before the 15th
RHYMES FOR THE TIMES.
Bravery or fierce renown Is not wanted
To work our good people into whole
!Nor wants the Greek a doughty lauco
to put to flight
Such a warrior as the "P. C. A.'s"
"A Greek! a Greek!" the alarmist cries
As he lolls on bis bed of loses,
And tala'S the slime from bis sleepy
To sec spectres with "thumbs ou
Just sold again ! for no Greek was there,
Nor Turk, nor Arab, nor Yankee;
And useless the tones of wild despair
From tho pen of a man who Is
He said that he saw a "conclave" gay,
Ami skyward their lingers were wng
ghig. Each dog determined to have his day
In the little game of "nig nagging."
The warrior on a high hill peak
Frowned down ou that conclave holy,
Tbreat'nlug to knock them Into next
If they did not repress their folly.
THE ARION CONCERT.
This evening the grand concert
for tho benefit of Mr. Chas.
Thrower, will take place at tho hull
of the Honolulu Aiion Society, com
mencing at 7 :0 o'clock. The con
cert will ho followed by a dance.
Following is tho programme:
'2. Song Good night my dearest child
Mr. J. Hubasch,
a. Duett from opera of Jessonda,....
Amazlll Miss F.J. Nolle.
Nadorl Mr. Chas. Thiower.
-1. Duett-Violin and Piano.
..Metsrs. II. Beiger and Th. Schmidt
5. Vocal Duet
..Messrs. It. Moro and t has. Thrower
(i. Love's Joy Waltz Hondo........
,.. ,.F. Gumbert
Miss F.J. Noltc.
7. Song Embarrassment Abt
Mr. Chas. Thrower
8. Zither Solo , Mr.Th. Wolff
I). M'ene Aria n.id Miserere II Tro-
vatoro , , Verdi
Leonora Mrs, J. Bowler.
Manrlco Mr, Chas. Thrower.
JO. CIoriiri. ..,,,.,,.. ..Honolulu Arion
"John," said a wife to her hus
band, as she looked upfiom the morn
ing paper, "what is a coastwise
btetuneri1" "A coastwise steamer
js one that knows how to keep off
Uie rocks along the const," Exchange.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A aoon mule and six sots of har
ness for sale. See adv.
Ornrp.it Kingsley of tho Board o(
Health, has gono to Kau, Hawaii.
. . . '
Tiid Arion concert will commence
at 7 :S0 o'clock sharp this evening.
Tiiu bark Velocity took sixty
neso passengers to Hongkong
lhis Mr, Chus. J. Fishcl is making a
line display of buttons in one of his
Friday, Apiil 5th, is tho date fixed
for the seventh organ recital at Kau
-m -- - m
Tun regular monthly business
nii'oting of the Y. M. C. A. will be
held tliis evening at the hall, at 7 ;30.
A special performance for thu
benefit of China Engine Company
No. 5 is now in progress at the Chi
Thos. E. Wall leaves on tho Ala
meda for Eureka via San Francisco.
Ho proposes to establish himself in
Mn. J. M. McDonald leaves for the
Volcano to-morrow on tho Kinau.
Uo proposes to "foot" it from Ililo
to the Volcano house.
There promises to be a very busy
state of affairs at the Honolulu Iron
Works, soon after the return of Mr.
Young from the Coast.
Pitor, W. T. Brigham gave a very
interesting talk on "Physical Cul
ture" before the students of Oaliu
College, yesterday afternoon.
Thehi: will be a baseball match at
the Makiki Kccrcatiou Grounds Sa
turday afternoon between thu Kame
hamcha School and Iolani School
Cai't. Bluhm of the W. S. Bownc
has evidently a very poor memory,
for he has left all the ship's papers at
tho U. S. Consulate. He had his
clearance papers from tho Custom
Mr. David Douglas and Miss Alice
McGowan will be united in marriage
this evening, by tho Rev. E. G. Bcck
witli, at the residence of the bride's
mother, Fort street.
The Pali road was never in better
condition than at the present, time
From end to end there are neither
ruts nor mud. About tho only ob
jectionable feature is dust.
The only case of importance in
the Police Court this morning was a
Board of Health officer being charged
with assault on a woman, while in
discharge of his duty looking for
lepers. The defendant was dis
charged. Operations at tho new Govern
ment reservoir, near the Electric
Light Works, is progressing rapidly.
Messrs. Bed ward & Walker, the con
tractors, have about GO men at work.
Mr. Walker personally Biiperin tends
At the regular meeting of the Do
bating Society this evening, the sub
ject will be, "Besolvcd, That the first
duty of tho next Legislature should
bo to repeal our present Sunday
laws." Antono Vogel affirmative, P.
L. Barrington negative.
Yesterday afternoon an accident
occurred at the reservoir works, in
Nuuanu Valloy. At one ot tho exca
vations the earth caved in suddenly
and unexpectedly, and buried one of
tho workmen, a Chinaman. A large
foi co being at hand he was quickly
dug out, or ho would liavo died of
Biiflbcation. As it was, ho suffered
nothing more than a few bruises and
a temporary exclusion from health
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Concert by the Honolulu Arion
Society, at 7 :30.
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7 :30.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society, at usual time
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Monthly meeting Y. M. C. A. at
Kamelmraeha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. K. at 7:30.
Departure of the Kiuau for wind
ward ports at 2 p. in.
Special meeting People's Ice and
Refrigerator Company, at their of
fice at 1 o'clock p. m,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. V. JIOROAN.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
regular cash sale, when will be offer
ed a large assortment of general
merchandise, also, 1 Hall typewriter,
books, granite curbstones, posts and
At noon, at the boat landing, 1
sloop ynolit with sails, etc., com
plete. INTERMEDIARY COURT.
BEKOItE UICKKUTON, J,
TnunsDAY, March 28th.
James Lyle vs, Raymond Royes.
Damages for $200. Appeal from tho
Police Court, Honolulu, whore judg
ment na rendered for plaintiff.
Being heard. V. V. Ashford for
plaintiff; A. Rosa for defendant.
A new Buddhist temple, to cost
npwurd of $3,000,000, is to be erect
ed jq Kioto, japan.
THE SECRET CONCLAVE.
The Conclave met on its Oth sede
runt, the 25th day of the 12th moon,
and the greater number of members
General Quartetto presided, and
tho officers wcro all in their places.
Tho General called tho meeting to
order and remarked that he "wished
this to bo a kind of red-letter meet
ing. The former scderunts had
been of such a turbulent and unplea
sant character that n change would
be grateful, and tend to bettor fel
lowship among tho members. To
open the proceedings he called on
Capt. Hubnkkuk Chowder for a
Capt. Chowder "regretted that
his voice wan't wuth a cent; but he
alius reckoned to 'bligo when he
kyood. He was nn Amirikin of the
old skyool, and he b'lieved that
Amirikius had bin God's chosen
people sence tho Jews skedaddled
from Palestine. Whichever way
t'was, he guessed Amurikay kyood
whip the wurld if she'd a mind to,
and the Germans into fiio bargain
He would now give a stave ho learn
ed at Cape Cod jest before he kyuui
round the Horn :
A bobolink sot on a top fence rail,
And a loon near tho fence wnr alallln ;
Then came a coon that hadn't got a
And the three sot a-yarniu and
"That song, Mr. President," said
Capt. Chowder, "represents a mect-
m' of the lower animals, lou will
perceive that the song does not re
port their conversation bekasc they
spoke a furrin language which has
not yet bin dictinnarylied." With
tlicso highly instructive remarks
Capt. Chowder "sot dyown."
The President now came to the
conclusion that singing through a
meeting would not do, and he called
on the Rev. A. Whangbuster for a
few remaiks; an order which that
gentleman complied with as follows :
"Mr. President and fellow mem
bers of the Calathumpian Party I
appreciate very highly the remarks
of Capt. Chowder, they have a thor
ough New England ring about them ;
while his song brings back old me
mories never to bo forgotten Well
do I remember the bobolink and its
melodious song. It was the first of
our spring warblers; and before the
budsbad burst into leaf, he might
be seen perched upon an apple tree
heralding the fast approaching
spring in his clear and energetic
notes. The loon lm also its asso
ciations of whimsical variety, and
the hunting of the coon by night was
a pastime which all must remember
with pleasure. Wc are now met as
of old from the "piney" woods of
New England, from the halls of
learning in the hub of the universe,
and from the stormy regions around
Cape Cod." ('Blatherskite!' shout
ed Dick Blunt, 'tell us something
about the policy of the govern
ment ') Rev. Whangbuster resum
ed with the remark that "he was not
the government, nor a member of
that- honorable body ; and he was
not aware of their policy, or whether
they had any policy."
"You have just hit the nail on
the head this time by chance," said
Dick Blunt, "the government has
no policy, except to hold their bil
lets. The men now in the Cabinet
never had any policy since they
were placed into power, and it so
happens that th-y are not responsi
ble to anybody. I challenge the
world to produce such a parcel of
governing incapables. Thej' do not
take the people into tlieirconfider.ee
like what other governments do.
Their wholo modus operandi is se
cret, silent and suspicious. It is a
lawyer's government self predom
inates, and a beclouding of execu
tive action is all that is publicly vis
ible. No reforms are in progress ;
and the ciies of the several districts
for improvements that governments
are supposed to supply, arc passed
in silence and unheeded. Why do
not these gentlemen of the Cabinet
cither make friends of the public or
resign? Even in our Calathumpian
Party there is good material for
Cabinet ministers; but, if there is
better outside, 1 can sec uo harm in
a coalition. One thing, however, is
certain, viz. : that the present in
cumbents in the ministerial offices
are worn out in popularity; and
have certainly, in their present ca
pacity, survived their usefulness
both to tlieii own party and to tho
clamoring public outside. Thoy
have served their time ; and should
retire while they can do bo with
some shadow of honor, which would
have been less tarnished had they
resigned sixmontliB ago."
Vice-President Stiaugeways stat
ed that he " had several
times adverted in the "Toot
ing Rag" of which he had tho honor
to bo, editor, to the readiness of thp
government to undertake reforms of
all kinds especially the sale of
rocks and worthless lands in small
doses, the leasing of other areas,
tho making of roads to the tops of
eminences whore nobody lived, and
various similar reforms" So far as
the resignation of the ministry is
concerned, it will bo tiino enough
for them to resign their portfolios
when they cannot secure a majority
of tho Legislature to aid them in
passing enactments required for the
government service. It must bo
borne in mind that the Whereabout
Islands are not expected to have
progressive legislation. These isl
ands ure preeminently a country for
old fogies, wealthy do-nothings, and
people who put ou style, The man
of enterprise and skill, tho rustler,
and the patriot are all unsuitable to
our volcanic soil, and cannot be
mado welcomo to these shores. Un
der such circumstances he claimed
that the present government is the
best that could bo chosen, and he
trusted there will be no change dur
iug tho present generation."
Angus McTavish said that ho was
"no man gicn tac cheonges; but ho
cudna swallay tho nuld fogy system
althegcther. He thocht there micht
nye be some improvement made, as
it was a gruesomo sicht to be for
ever lookin' at the same faces, the
same rocky and bleak hills, an' nae
Job Periwinkle and Jim Tintrum
pet both believed In changes.
Dr. Dryhash said that all nature
wai subject to change, and that
change is continually going on every
where and in all the elements of our
globe. For himself ho liked a change
of diet, a change of air, and a chango
Dick Blunt thought a "change
of editors in the sanctum
of the "Tooting Rag" could
do no harm, and the chango of
government would come in the natu
ral turn of events. It is now near
the chango of nioon, and we may
look out for developments in the
office of the Tooting Rag.
Capt. Chowder said he could not
get along without a change of wind
at times, although there was little
change of scenery on salt water. Ho
believed, however, in a strong auto
crat kind of government, tho same
as he had aboard his ship. When
he shipped a German or English
sailor he alius whipped the mistiness
out of him, befoio lie could get him
a really good man ; but he alius
made him what he wanted in the
end they were all subject to
Rev. A. Whangbuster was "very
glad at the change which had taken
place in this meeting. It was so
much more pleasant than the last
two or three meoiings; and he
thought, as nothing of a vcrj' im
portant nature is to come up at this
sederunt, it might bo as well to pass
the remainder of the timo in the so
cial harmony of song. He would
give the first:
There's evil in speaking and think
ing, Evil in ranting and roaring;
There's evil in scowling and winking,
Evil in groaning and snoring.
The actions of men arc all sinful,
And life ib a burden of soiiow;
'Elixir of life' is when ginfull,
Remorse iB tho payment to-morrow."
Mr. Angus McTavish "thocht the
recverent gentleman's song vera
true, but no vera bounie. lie wad
try ane himself, although he cudna
say he had ony voice or tune tae
brag o' :
Our liberty floats in the air,
Its f-oondb uio beard in tho wind;
Ilka adult .mil child has a sharo
That pei monies body and mind.
Tho iirrit inspiration wo draw,
Is for fiecdom and liberty's cause,
An' liberty floats o'er us a'
Gif wo only wad study laws."
The Rev. Dr. Dryhash thought
that song was more of an American
inspiration than European, although
ho had heard of Wallace and Tell ;
but at the same time lie had heard
of Rob Roy being a horse thief, and
what business had he witli liberty.
"Shut up, you old thumpthe
bibic," shouted Dick Blunt. "Mr.
McTavish did his best and there is
no reason for insulting his country
in that manner. You should have
more respect for your own cloth
than utter such talk. I will volun
teer a song and see how that will
Four little gentlemen sat down to
Widdic widilio wmn bum bum;
Four little gentlemen all in a bunch,
Viddie widtlie wum bum bum.
Four little gentlemen thought thoy
Widdic widdic wum bum bum ;
Four little gentlemen thought thoy
Widilio widilio wum bum bum."
Four little gentlemen looked at tho
Widilio widilio wum bum bum ;
Then four little gentlemen tried to
Widilio widilio wum bum bum.
But four littlu gentlemen fell on their
Widilio widilio wum bum bum;
And font little gentlemen were off
Widdic widdic wum bum bum."
Editor and Vice - President
Straugeways had been working him
self into an angry mocd during the
singing of Dick lilunl's song; and,
when it was finished, his passion
found vent as follows: "This is
what might bo called a metiical slur
on our respected government. ("I
thoughtthat wotildfetch him, "shout
ed Dick,ubut he kail better lake caro
how lie alludes to inn.") Strange?
ways resumed by asking the protec
tion of the chair, and stated that ho
was "only staudlng up lu dofenso of
his employers. Such songs he con
sidered treason ; although in other
countries more (latitude, in this res
pect might bo allowed with safety.
These Islands are ruled by nn auto
crat government; and, as such,
they cannot permit their prerogative
to be assailed or questioned by
slurs or inuendocs."
Angus McTavish wanted to know
"whether there is a king on these
islands; and, if so, whether it is the
intention o' the government tao
usurp his luegeetimato authority?"
This question seemed to bo a pa-
1 ser, ami quite vtulookeu for, and 9,
considerable timo was devoted to
thought. Tho President finally re
plied to Mr. McTavish evasively,
and said that he would "think over
the matter and lot the Scotchman
know when convenience suited. In
the meantimo he would close tho
meeting, and call upon Rev. Whaug
bustcr for tho usual closing ode."
Rev. A. Whangbuiter always
ready for Hub duty, gave voico as
"You'll hear no moro from that man,
It ne'or would do to tell; .
Tho secrets locked In that man
No power can e'er expel."
Blue Ribbon League? No, I am
not a member.
There's no occasion.
I never drink, chew, nor smoke,
and I seldom cat, though I am
A good character?
You bet. Sinners liko me arc no
meat for their frying.
Was I at the Debating Club? Of
course. Marriage a failure?
Don't know. Never tried, and
what's more don't intend to. Lun
ing was a stunner, but he got seve
ral knock outs, winding up with a
wintry blast from the Hill.
O, his name is Socrates. He
liaB gone to study the anatomy of
Will ho return? Certainly. He
will give us the pent up furies of his
six mouth's silence. In the mean
while they no doubt will construct a
gas conduit in the hall.
Was I in the Supreme Court?
What do I think of the lawyers?
On the whole, they arc an admir
able mixture of gas and wind. They
seem to be running a race, to see
who can talk the most, and say the
Do I think the Judges get tired?
1 should smile. It must seem to
them like a visitation of Divine
No; I don't know who the parson
was that Antishamus spoke of.
Whoever he is, the milk of human
kindness lias soured in his pan.
O, that lawyer !
Why, we call him necessity.
Why? IJeoause he knows no law.
Did I kick the keg on Saturday?
No sir, have too much respect for
my heels. 1 only have the one set
with me here.
I don't know how J. F. Smith's
foot is. It may be gout, but I don't
think so. Possibly his last dose of
Theocracy is working its way "out of
his system. If so, the eczeme will
be violent. He is a species of the
You don't know what that is? No
more do I ; but it is, all the same.
Say, when you eat onions for sup
per please don't call mc up at the
telephone. My stomach is weak.
No, you needn't go; only remember
in the future.
What is the mattter witli the
Academy of Music! Don't know, un
less it is, that they wrung the cur
tain down too soon.
You think tiiey commenced at tho
wrong end? You suggest that they
commence in the middle, and work
each way. Ah! "De mortuus nil
You wonder whether MacDonald
knows as much about vine culture
as he thinks he does? Really, I
can't say, ask Clodhopper.
Do 1 know who is tho author of
the Secret Conclave? No.
No, it is not Mr. Stevenson, nor
the wit of the "Owl," but you may
find out before the Utopian day of
Elelc's proposed dispensation. Do
not go. Your wife is ready? Bah!
Women are never ready until a half
hour, they say they are. She is
really ready? We'll go and tako my
blessing. Central, disconnect 1120.
BUTTERCUPS! A delightful
candy, tiv-.li eveiy di.y, ul Hurt &
Co., Onmly Factory . i.03 8t
ASON Uuinlln Organ, a flno in
btrumi'iu tor church oi lougo
room, call and hcc ti at tnu .mimic ue
partmoiil, Hawaiian News Co. 107 lm
PIANOS "'ul Organs for ialo on the
monthly inbtaliniail plan, or cheap
lorca-that the Music Department, Ha.
unifim News Co. 197 lm
PERSONS conteinil-iiinj: pinch fl
ing a Piano or ! n, can-iu-money
at tho Music I). (iiiiiii-i.I, II'
wailHit iicwti Co, I') lm
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HHE ONLY LIVE PAPER of
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GO ccnlH per month
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Shooing, from $1.50.
Horses and Cattle Treated foi
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nouncement of the New Stock of Goods,
which Mr. Ehrlich is personally selecting
at the Coast.
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