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TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1889.
Stnir WGUall from Haw nil nml Maul
Stmr Kuala from tiialua and Wulannc
Stmr Luluia fur lluwall nt i
,u Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
v SOhr MlUe Morris tor Koolau
'Sciir Kniikcaoull for Kohnln
Schr Kulamaiiu for llalawu
Schr Kaukcaoull for Keanae
Schr -ol WmIiIiic for Hamaloia
S-cur Sarah aud El za for Koolau
Scbr Mokuola for Ewa
Siinr Llkellke for Maul nt C p m
Stmr Mlkahnhi for Kamil nt G p m
Bgtno W G liwln for Sau 4iaucieco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalatil for Lalialnn nud Hauia-
kua at 10 n m
Stmr Pole for Muul and Hawaii nt 10
For Kauai, per stmr Walaleale, Apr
1 W E II Dcverlll.
NA LANI EHIKU CLUB.
The above is the nnme given to
the Hawaiian Quintette Club by
Hon. John A. Cummins. This club
consists of C. D. Wiliokai, D. Moo,
F. S. Kalama, S. A. Hiram, J. D.
Ailau and K. Kuhia, and have on
many occasions delighted our resi
dents and strangers vtitli their sweet
vocal music. These young men
leave on the Alameda for Kan Fran
cisco, where they haTo been pro
mised a live months engagement to
assist at entertainments given in
different parts of the States. They
are in receipt of letters, one from
"W. A. Kinney, which gives them
much encouragement, and once
there it is pretty certain they will
meet with much success and give a
good account of themselves.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
The annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club was held last
evening at the Hawaiian Hotel with
a large attendance. The odlcers
elected for the ensuing year, His
Majesty the King being permanent
lion. H. A. Widemann
Secretary Mr. C. O. Berger
Treasurer... .Mr. Jas. G. Spencer
Executive Committee Hon. Wm.
G. Irwin, Hon. John A. Cummins,
and Capt. John H. Brown.
Considerable business was tran
sacted relating to the race meeting
on June 11th, Knmchameha Day,
and the following committee was ap
pointed to prepare n programme for
that occasion : Col. Z. S. Spalding,
lions. John A. Cummins and Samuel
Parker, Capt. J. II. Brown and
Major W. II. Cornwell.
The followine new members were
elected by ballot: Messrs. Paullsen
berg, Jr., Geo. C. Beckley, Dr. A.
Eowat, II. Focke, C. Bolte and E.
The Supreme Court in banco yes
terday rendered the following deci
L. B. Kerr in error vs. J. S. Mar
tin in error. Judgment for defend
ant in error with costs. A. S. Hart
well for plaintiff; V. V. Ashford for
Trustees Kanichameha School vs.
C. T. Gulick.Tax Collector. Opinion
of the Court by McCully J., is filed,
Dole J., dissenting. Judgment for
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
BEFORE KICKEUTON J.
Tuesdat, April 2d.
Bancroft Co. vs. W. II. Graen
halgh, C. Bolte, garnishee. Motion
of Hon. W. C. Parke, assignee that
money paid into Court by C. Bolte,
garnishee, be paid to him. The
Court orders the amount to be paid
to the assignee less costs of this mo
tion. C. W. Ashford for plaintiff;
C. Creighton for the assignee.
J. Clement vs. A. J. Cartwright,
executor Maria King. Plaintiff's
motion for a new trial. Motion de
nied. Exceptions noted. A. llosa
for plaintiff ; Cecil Brown for de
fcudant, SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM.
MKKQItK 1)01.1'. J.
Monday, April 1st.
Tho King vs. Jim Crow. Selling
liquor without a license. Defendant
pleaded guilty, withdrawing former
plea. Sentenced to pay a fine of
$500 with three months imprison
ment at hard labor.
The King vs. Samuel Maikai.
Pprverting justice. Tried before a
Hawaiian jury who return a yerdict
of not guilty.
Tuesijay, April 2d,
pbas. Spencer drawn on the Ha
waiian jury is excused for the term.
The King vs. ' Kahele. Burglary.
Defendant is arraigned and pleads
Tho King vs. Sam Kalalau and
Lpuisa Ah Tim. Adultery. Being
tried before a Hawaiian jury. Attorney-General
fqr tho Crown j Y.
Y. Ashfprd for defendants,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
26 columns, purely local mutter
Mailed to foreign countries, 0 per
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Chief Justice will preside at
Chambers this week.
Tim: Indies ol Onhu College will ho
"at home" to-morrow afternoon from
2 lo 5 o'clock.
The band concert at Emma Square
last o oning was well attended and
tho music line.
Mit. II. F. Wichmnn will hereaf
ter carry on tho jowuliy business of
Gomes and Wichmnn.
C. II. Kinoslev lias been appoint
ed deputy jailer of Onhu prison, in
plnco of H. M. DoW, resigned.
i ii a ! '
A Youno man named Alex. Louis
is being tried in tho Police Couit to
tiny for mnliciout injury, by dnmng
ing Melville's balloon.
Theiu: nio several depressions on
Merchant street, nenr the I'olico
station, thnt need filling. A smalt
outlay would remedy the evil.
The "Parndiso of tho Pacific" for
April will be out in plenty of time lo
send forward by the Umntill.i. It
wilt contain amongst other things a
large view of Honolulu.
In the store of Thos. G. Thrum,
Fort street, may be seen an oil paint
ing of a basket of roaes. It is tho
work of Mrs. McCully, her first at
tempt, and is indeed highly credit
able. On Thursday, at 11 n. in., an ad
journed meeting of tho residents and
property owners of Bcrctania street
will be held at the Chamber of Com
merce room, to receive the report of
the committee and to take action
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O.
Diill Queen's Own at Armory,
Diill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Lecture on "books and reading,"
by Prof. Scott, atY. M. C. A., at
BY J. F. MOUOAK.
At 10 a. in., nt the residence of
Mrs. Geo. II. Luce, Punchbowl
street, the lease of said residence.
Also at the same time and place the
entire household furniture, a com
plete list of which appeals in another
There was a large attendance at
Mr. J. F. Moigan's sales rooms
yesteulay, when he disposed of
several pieces of land and some
sugar stock. Ten shares of the
Haiku Sugar Co.'s stock equal to
fifty new ones were sold to Hon. J.
B. Atherton at $202 per share.
I he property sold brought good
prices, the total amount of the sale
realizing nearly $10,000.
BOOKS AND READING.
This evening at 7 :30 o'clock, Prof.
M. M. Scott will give a practical talk
at the parlois of the Y. M. C. A., on
"Books and Heading." It will be free
to men, to whom, including all
strangers, a coidial 'welcoine is ox
tended. VARIETY TROUPE EXPECTED.
By the S. S. Alameda due on Fri
day, Mr. L. J. Levey expects a troupe
of vaiiety artists en route for San
Francisco. Should they imivc they
will give a performance in they will
give a performance in lhc Hawaiian
Opera House, on baturday evening.
The box office will open at Mr. Lev
ey's office, corner of Fort and Queen
streets, on Saturday, at noon.
A SPRING CLEANINC.
Mr. .7. J. Williams is giving his
photographic studio, what may be
termed, a spring cleaning. New
furniture has been placed in tho
operating room, also new back
grounds and a now skylight will
shoitly replace the old one. In fact,
the whole place is being put into
first class order.
HAWAII BASEBALL CLUB.
The Hawaii Baseball Club held a
meeting last evening, when tho fol
lowing ofllceis were elected for the
F.J. Testa President
Morris Kcohokalole. .Secretary
Geo. L. Desha Treasurer
The President and Captain were
elected delegates to tho League. A
committeo was appointed to report
upon a uniform.
The seventh organ recital at Kau
makapili Church Friday evening,
promises to bo unusually interesting,
Tho Kamehnmeha School chorus,
under direction of Hon. II. S. Town
send, will render a To Doum and a
chorus from ono of the oratorios.
Miss Patch, musical instructor at Ka
waiahao Sominary, and Mr. Paul
IbQiiborg Jr. will boti icndei vocal
solos. Among tho oigan solos 'will
be a Concert Fantasia by Sir It. P.
Stewart, which inlioduces tho bag
pipes, the bells and all tho solo stops,
such as piccolo, clarionet, horn, flute,
oboo, etc. Schuman's Traumerei will
albo bo given. Tho admibsion will bo
twenty-five conts, and tickets will bo
for sale nt the door.
Money covers more PYP.s before
than aster death.
A man doesn't know what he
can't do till lie tries and falls.
Paterson, N. J., silk weavers have
lectures in their library aud reading
THE SECRET CONOLAVE.
The 9th Sederunt of the above
conclave look place on the 20th day
of tho 12th moon in the usual place,
and nt the usual lime.
Thero was a full attendance and
General Duality presided.
On tho meeting being called to
order tho Pi csidont staled that he
had a presentment to make which
he would stato brielly. "It hud
been hinted at our last meeting that
the Calathumpian Party is waning
in numbers nnd prospects, and he
would endeavor to explain the causes
and show thai the extent of the de
cline is not so great as some people
suppose. It is true that the minis
try have not carried out the expect
ed programme ; but It must be re
remembered thai the government
was Bcoicly handicapped in tho
appropilatioiw by both royal and
representative opposition. The inin
istei s endeavored to carry out cer
tain reforms which tho Opposition
stigmatised as "pet schemes," such
as a eoffco plantation on a large
scale and requiring a largo subsidy;
then there was the projected drive
to the rim of the Devils Sugar-bowl
costing only $8,000 which, altho'
the vote passed, was so much
grudged that the Minister of Inter
nal Delights became disgusted and
lost heart in the work. In regard
to immigration, the government docs
not take the popular view, as the
planters and the ministers arc in
accord on the labor question. The
government is opposed to settlement
on the lands, while the people favor
that policy; and Asiatic immigra
tion is a government scheme coupled
with restrictions on white immigra
tion. Another branch of the gov
ernment policy is to keep up the
statu quo, and conserve tho islands
for the entire interests of sugnr
planters. They wish also to restrict
tho franchise to men or women
whose incomes are over $2,000 per
annum, or who have properties
valued at not less than $30,000.
The hold that poor men have no
right to vote, and should be coeiced by
the stings of poverty. Of course, a
policy of this kind cannot be popu
lar ; bat it conserves the interests of
the class to which the ministry be
longs. In this way I have account
ed for the waning numbers of the
Calathumpian Party, and now I shall
explain its prospects. We will sup
pose, at the woi st, that a majority
of the next Legislature is opposed
to the government policy, and that
the government suffers defeat upon
government measures. It by no
means follows that thoy will resign
their portfolios. Not much! They
have no responsibility lo anybody.
They are above the people and
above the king. They are fixtures
in the government offices, and who
is there that can put them out.
They have the army at their back,
and the least sign of revolution
would be extinguished in a moment.
You will therefore see that the pros
pects of the Calathumpian Party
never can wane, and that the minis
try has been put into perpetual
James Stickleback, said that he is
"a labor contractor, and thought
that as the government and the
planters want to have the islands all
to themselves, a scheme of emigra
tion fiom the country should be in
augurated. The government policy
had ruined thousands of people, who
were now too poor to pay their pas
sage fiom these shores, and many
weie living on charity badly
housed and badly fed. For himself,
he would accept a passage from
Calathumpin at the earliest oppor
tunity." Bill Qulwitliit could not sec how
another revolution could be long
avoided, and when it came the peo
ple would doubtless hold the minis
try liable. Tho position seemed to
him anomalous. The government is
in open rebellion against the king,
and they also defy the people. Two
cabbage head.s and two students of
Blackstone dciying a whole nation,
is rather an uncommon piece of
Itev. Wliangbuster laughed and
asked Bill what he was going to do
Bill replied that he "would de
pend upon the dispensations of Pro
vidence, aud he had no doubt tho
guilty would be brought to ac
count." He.ekiah Slriugbeans Esq. stated
that he had "attended a monster
meeting of the Opposition Party,
and the whole sederunt was occu
pied in discussing the question
What shall wc do with tho ministry?
One Portuguese gentleman nid he
would have them 'strung up, and
that hanging was too good for
them.' Another excitable gentle
man of uncertain nationality
'thought it would be difficult to re
strain the people until the next elec
tion, there was so much discontent
and indignation.' The charges
against tho ministry seemed to be
more of a general than of a special
nature, Arqong tho latter were
policy, planter faoiitism, religious
bigotiy, and the upholding of op
pressive a tl obnoxious laws made
at the behest of a religious sect.'
There was also a discussion regard
ing tho part which tho volunteer
army was likely to take part should
the coming struggle assume a tragio
lesult. It was pointed out that a
large propoition of the soldiers were
sons of Opposition fathers; and
were not likely to obey the call to
arms, or to fight against their' fath
ers and brothers. In any case, it
was thought that the 'army' would
bo finally overpowered by the popu
lace; nnd that the leaders would en
danger their lives if their zeal in the
government cause carried them too
Jabcz Corncobb Esq. "believed
tho whole Opposition would evapo
rate. It is a disjointed, disconnect
ed, detached, aud unorganized mass
of nationalities which cannot possi
bly pull together, and can offer no
successful resistance to the govern
ment. They have no journal lo re
cord their doings, ball their meet
ings, or to post them in politics and
give their color to government act
ion." Rev. Dr. Dryhash was of the
opinion that if a serious levolt hap
pened that it would not matter
which way the victory went it would
be denrly bought, and annrchy
would follow. Such a 9tate of af
fairs would be u pretext for the
seizure of the islands by one or
more of the guaranteeing powers.
In this way all the islands of the
group might be parcelled, out
amongst tho British, French" and
Amcricau nations. In view of the
Australian cable, he felt sure that
tho British would finally govern at
least a portion of the group, and tho
Americans another. It seemed lo
hi m nalurnl that before a British ca
ble could be laid on this group that
there must be a treaty to guarantee
its protection, and it is rumored that
already a harbor on the most
remote point ef tha largest
island of the group has been fixed
upon for placing the cable and to
serve as a landing for a Biilish line
of steamers between Canada and
Australia. A very small portion of
territory will seive the put poses of
British ambition on this group : but,
as sure as God made little apples,
they will have what they require;
and theie may be no trouble about
it cither, as America will, doubtless,
seize the balance."
Dr. Cureall, a medical gentleman
from Boston, naid that "the previous
speaker had digressed considerably
into the improbable regions of futur
ity ; but the speaker had no doubt
whatever that when the Whereabout
Islands could no longer maintain
their independence that Uncle Sam
would claim them and lake posses
sion. His puwei is omnipotent, as
witness how the Germans cowed at
Samoa; and it would be the same
with John Bull."
The captain of the horse marines
thought differently, and "defied
b anyone present to show a hinstance
where John Bull 'ad cowed on salt
water. The British fleets bar hall
poweiful at sea, and ee thought
America would do a very foolish
thing were she to put liexpcnse
hupon a distant group of Inlands
that could so heasily be taken from
'er, together with their himprovc
ments and chattels."
Editor Straugcways entered into a
tirade of abuse against both Britisli
and Germans, and said that "these
two miserable nations were playing
hand and glove in the annexation
game; but Undo Sam would swoop
down upon them borne day and des
troy their stolen possessions, their
fleets, and all they had to brag
about. Uncle Sam djd not covet
their ox nor their ass, hut ho would
teach them to behave themselves in
The horse marine Cap said that
"the heditor did not know what ee
was talking about;" and recom
mended that gentleman to tiavel a
little more, and he would get his
national conceit considerably reduc
ed, lie "thought also that ssmo
hcxpeiienee in a French dancing
school might teach 'em 'ow to be
have himself ikc a gentleman, which
part of 'is hcdiu-atiou 'ad been neg
lected." The President said that he "really
must put a stop to those 'bickerings'
within the conclave. It was bad
enough to have u hostile Opposition
outside, without internal broils and
altercations. We had nothing to do
with anj' othor nation or govern
ment than our own, and he would
earnestly enjoin members to confine
their remarks to the political state
of the Whereabout Islands."
Itev. A. Wliangbuster, who is now
the most influential member of the
conclave, stated that he "thought it
a great pity that the two great
Anglo-Saxon nations were so ready
to tako offence at each other. He
hoped they would never lly at each
other's throats; beciuse, woie that
to happen, theie would be much
blood spilt nud the result could not
he favorable to either. There are as
many opinions i egai ding the prob
abilities of future possession of these
islands, as theie aro cocoamit tiecs
on these shores, The wholo matter
rested with Providence whose plans
would be carried out by the nation
most fitted for the woik,"
This speech has a soothinc effect
upon the iiritnblc munhcrs who had
just spoken, aud the dooi keeper an
nounced a stranger.
"Biing hhu in," said the I'rcsi
dent' Tho stranger, hat in hand, then
approached the chair and slated that
his name was llerr Schiester, who
wished to "pay his respectH to tho
governing paity. ("Herr Devil,"
muttered Strangeways). IIo had
come to these island 'from Berlin
on a flcionuiio mission, ue is a,
German spy, shouted fcitrangewtiys.)
His Intention was to collect botan
ical and mineral specimens for the
Imperial museum at Berlin, nw
Emperor William II iad, command
liim to oqll upoi the Calathumpin
Government wheu lie landed."
"I object," said Editor Strange
ways, "we- hayo no Minora,! speci
men excopt ltivn nnd coral, and wo
have no wild plants that are worth a
a brass farthing. This man is evi
dently a spy, and should be sent
nbioad on the first foreign bound
Rev. A. Wliangbuster was glad lo
meet so illustrious a stranger, and
stated that the field in theso islands
is large, the flora of a varied and ex
tensive character; but the minerals
were mostly confined to lava and
scoria rock. The native fauna is
limited to insects, lizards and centi
pedes; but this latter branch of
natural history I presume you do
not propose to touch. As this meet
ing is about to close, I shall be glad
to receive n visit from you at my
residence." ("Give him plenty of
beetles, bugs, cockroaches, and
centipedes," muttered Strangcways,
"I hope the latter may bite him.")
Itev. Mr. "Wliangbuster now sang
the closing odo as follows:
Welcome I welcome! illustrious Gran
ger, Our Isles give a welcome to thee;
Hero are no foes your steps toendan
gei, This kingdom in girt by tho sea.
Xotictt under ttiii head are charged 10 cent
per line for the first iniertton, and S centtptr lint
ti try aadltttnal initrtton,
MASON fc Hamlin Organ, n fine In
strument for church or lodge
room, call and sec it nt the Music De
partment, Hawniian News Co. 107 1m
PIANOS !"! Orjriun for sale on the
niomliiY inMuUiU'i.t pln, or cheap
lor cash at the Nniir Orpnrunent, Ha.
wnlian News Lo. 107 Im
TERSONS contemplating purclias.
JL7 lug a I'iano or Organ, can save
money at the Music Department, Ha.
wallan News Co. 107 lm
IF YOU WANT A SITUATION,
ulvrile In tho "' 'ally Bulletin."
AP12HSON to cut, euro and bale, a
cr.m of Wheat Hay, almiil 100
acres. For particular inquire nf
J. It. ItOHEItTSON,
211 Iw Or M. rt.Nwiilcrs.
SLUGGISH LIVER, ETC.
UNLIKE many kinds of cathartic
medicines, do not make you
feel worse befoio you feel better.
Their oporation is gentle, but thor
ough, and unattended with disagree
able effects, such as nausea, griping
SeigePs Operating Pills
ate the best family phi'sic that has
ever been discovered. The' cleanse
the bowels fiom all irritating sub
stances, and leave them in a healthy
m The best remedy extant for the
bane of our livos constipation and
These Pills prevent fceis and all
kinds of bickness, by lemoving all
poisonous matter from the bowels.
They operate briskly, yet mildly
without any pain.
If you take a severe cold, and arc
threatened with a fever, with pains
in the head, back and limbs, one or
two doses of Suigcl'N Operat
ing Tills will bieak up tho cold
and prevent the fever.
A coated tongue, with a brnokish
taste, is caused by toul matter
in the stomach. A few doses of
Seigel's Opoyutiug Pills will
cleanse tho stomach, remoe the bad
taste, and rehloic the appetite, and
with it bring good health.
Oftentimes diseased, or paitially
decayed food, causes sickness,
nausea and diarrhoea, ( i? bowels
are cleansed from tlii impiulty with
a dose of Solgol's OixtiH'.j
1'IHh, these dlsag i. le fj.c-
will vanish, and good IiimIiIi will
Soigle'H Operating Pills
prevent ill-effects from excess in
eating or drinking. A good dose at
bedtime renders a person fit for
business in the morning.
These Pills, being Sugar-coated,
are pleasant to take. The disagree
able taste common to in,pst pills is
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