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DAILY BUELBTOT? HONOMJIitt, EC, Lf APRTk4, -3JB89,
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THURSDAY, Al'HIL 1, 1889.
Stmr C It Bishop from Kauai
Stmr Jas Malice for Knpnn nt C n til
Stmr Kaala for alaliiaaiid WaliinUe at
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr WO Hall for Luhalna, Mnfthea,
Koun. Ka i and tho Vulcano ut 10
o'clock a m
From San Francisco per baric Forest
Queen, Apr-! .1 F Uojdaud.J Bowers.
The baik Geo C Perkins Is loading
with stifjar for Sun Fianclsco.
The bark A mile .Johnson which ar
rived yestetdav, 51 da s from New
castle, with a eaigo of coal, Is nnchoied
Id the sticam.
The Kltiau la due eaily Saturday
KAHILI STAND FOR PARIS.
Messrs. Redwanl & Walker have
completed the Kahili Stand, which
the Hon. J A. Cummins intends
taking with him to Paris, to place in
the Hawaiian exhibit there. The
stand is a work of art, and shows in
the most advantageous manner, not
only the beauty of our native oods
and their suseeptability of a high
polish, but the admirable manner in
which our wood carvers are able to
execute such delicate tracings and
figures. The stand is being boxed
this afternoon for shipment by the
A NEW FIRM.
The Wright Brothers, probably as
fine mechanics as could be found
anywhere, have a copartnership
notice in this issue. W. W. Wright
has recently left the Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Company, and
with his other two brothers will
hereafter be found at the shop ad
joining Lucas' Mill. They are pre
pared to do all kinds of woik for
plantations and in the shipping line
with the utmost despatch, and in
the best workmanlike manner. They
make a specialty of plantation wag
ons and heavy drays. The numer
ous ordets the firm has already re
ceived shows that their work gives
CONTINUED TO SATURDAY.
In the Police Court this morning
when the case of Walter K. Hitch
cock, charged with being a gross
cheat, was called, Mr. C. L. Carter,
who appeared for him, asked for a
continuance for ten days. He Baid
his client had some work to finish,
and he might in that time probably
be able to make some arrangement
with Mr. Saylor to adjust the
Deputy Marshal Creigltton object
ed strongly to such a long continu
ance ; he was ready to go on with
the case at once.
Police Justice Foster thought ten
days was too long a time, the de
fendant had already had the case
continued. He had no objection to
allowing a continuance to Satuiday.
The case will therefore come up
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM.
UBFOItC DOLK J.
Wednesday, April 3rd.
Tho King vs. Sam Kalalau and
Louisa Ah Tim. Adultery. The
jury retired at 0 p. m. to consider
the verdict. At 10:40 they report
disagreement. After receiving in
structions they again retired, and a
few minutes later brought in a ver
dict of guilty, three dissenting. Sen
tence was postponed until Friday.
V. V. Ashford for defendants.
Tiiuksday, April 4th.
In the case of the King vs. Da
niela, arson, Gardner K. Wilder was
assigned as counsel in place of J.
The King vs. Kailiwai. Assault
and battery. Being tried before a
Hawaiian jury. H. K. Knno for de
Rutgers has rcceivod an anony
mous gift of 82.0,000.
A ricli Washington lady has a tree
school of "street arabs."
Cornell has over 300 students
tokiug the civil engineering course.
Yale College has about seven
thousand volumes added to its li
Mark Twain has received the de
gree of Master of Arts from Yale
The graduates of Yale number
13,444, of which number about one
half are now living.
Fifteen boys in the Pittsburgh
cooking-school have taken prizes for
cfllciency in cooking.
Rochester University has recently
been made happy by the erection of
a 550,000 laboratory.
The "mixed school" law in Ohio
has proved an injury rather than a
benefit to tho colored people.
JL mni.1 i.opii in-
LIVE PAPER ol
Honolulu 'Two imlly iludoiiu."
fjO cents per month.
10CAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A coPA3iXJfEn9fitP notice appears
Tin: 11. M. S. Alameda should ho
along from tho Colonics to-morrow
evening on routo to San Francisco.
Hon. W. G. Pnrko lias moved into
the oiuco formerly occupied by Hon.
II. A. "Widemann, No. 13, Kaalni
The subject at the mooting of the
Debating Society this evening will bo
"Kcbolved, that war is a relic of bar
barism mid should be abolished."
Tuere will be a tegular meeting of
the Trustees of the Honolulu Library
and Reading Room Association this
evening at 7 :S0 o'clock at the llbruty
On Saint day afternoon there will
bo u quarter of u mile dash for $1C0
a side at Kapiolani Pink between M.
Ferry's Uazaar and H. F. Hubbard's
The Hawaiian band played ut tho
residence of the Minister of Foteign
All'airs ycsteiday afternoon. This
morning it gave n concert at the
Tub Board of JlcproHentatives of
the Honolulu Fiio Department will
hold its regular monthly meeting
this evening at the Bell Tower at
7 :30 o'clock.
The regular monthly meeting of
the St. Andrew's Church Astociation
will bo held this evening at 7 :30
o'clock in the Sunday school loom.
A paper on "Hymns and hymn
writers" will he read.
The organ recital at Kautnakapili
Church to-morrow night promises to
be one of the most biiccessfitl of the
series, as it includes solos by Miss
Patch and Mr. Paul Ihonberg, Jr.,
and two choruses by the Kutnelia
meha School chotus. The admission
is only twenty-live cents.
A railoii was riding a horse at a
furious rate on King street this morn
ing, while a policeman stood look
ing on enjoying the scene. Attorney
General Asliford happened along at
the time and gave the policeman a
good sound lectuic as to his du tits in
Mich a case. The Bailor nearly col
lided with a piivato c.uriage.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting St. Andrew's Church As
sociation, at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Killes, at
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society, at usual time
Niiuauii Chapter of Uose Croix
No. 1, A. and A. S. R., at 7:30.
Meeting Boaidof Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:30.
Meeting Trustees of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Associ
ation at 7:30.
Meeting Pioneer Club at usual
time and place.
Departure of the W. G. Hall at
10 a. m., for Maui and Hawaii.
Special meeting of Board of Di
rectors of Kapiolani Park Associa
tion at 11 a. m.
Organ recital and sacred concert
at Kautnakapili Church, at 7 :45 p.m.
AUCTION" SALES TOMORROW.
UY I.. J. LEVEY.
At 10 a. in., regular cash sale,
when will be offered a large assort
ment of merchandise. At noon,
two mares in foal, one carriage horse
and two top buggies.
BY J. P. MOKOAN.
At 10 a. in., credit sale of tailor
goods, by order of L. 1$. Kerr.
Sunday, April 7th, is the fiftieth
anniversary of the birth of II. II. H.
Princess Pootnaikclani. She will
celebrate the event by giving a luatt
on Saturdaj', the Cth, at 1 o'clock
p. in., in the bungalow in the Palace
Yesterday afternoon tho ladies of
Oahu College held att "At Homo"
which was attended by a large num
ber of ladies. It was a most enjoy
able affair. The floral decorations
were very pretty, and ice cream and
cake were served dining the after
noon. THE FOREST QUEEN.
The bark Forest Queen, Captain
Winding, arrived this morning 26
days from San Francisco, with a
cargo of general merchandise con
signed to T. II. Davies & Co. She
experienced very rough weather
nearly till the passage. The Queen
brought two passengers ami also a
deck load of hogs,
The regular meeting of Mechanic
Engine Co. No. 2 was held hist
evening, Foreman 15. R. Ryan pre
siding. A recommendation from the
Chief Engineer of a fireman's bene
ficial fund was considered, the com
pany approving of it. The delegate
was instructed to support it nt the
Board meeting. Tlio position of
the volunteer boys was discussed,
and other business of a routine
character was transacted.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL zo cultiiiii.s, purcl) iuc.it mailer
Mailed 1 1 luruigii couiiinco, $Q per
THE SECRET CONCLAVE.
The lOth sederunt of tho Conclave
met in Autocrat Hall on the 28th
day of the 12th moon, tit tho usual
There was a much larger assem
blage of members present than were
at tho previous meeting, nnd
General Duality presided.
Editor Stiangcways was the first
speaker upon this occasion ; and he
stated that he "had a charge to
bring against tho Treasurer, the
Rev. A. Whangbuster. The rev.
gentleman had Invited n German to
his private residence with every ap
pearance of making the Teuton a
bosom friend. This proceeding, ho
thought, was so far from the policy
f the Calalhittnpinn Party, that he
could not ovet look it, and it kept
him awake the greater part of the
night. To make friends witlt any
stranger tit first sight would be bad
enough; but taking tv German to a
Cnliilliumpinn bosom he eensidcred
a serious crime against the govern
ment which he was pledged to sup
port." The Kpeaker then gave vent
to a tirade of uncalled for abuse
against the German stranger and
the Secretary's hospitality which he
Rev. A. Whangbuster in reply,
said, that he "had found Ilerr
Schiester a very learned man, and
knew there was no more harm in
him than there is in a butterfly. He
had extended such hospitality to the
stranger as befitted his rank, and
the mission upon which he had come
to the Islands. Apart from these
considerations he had found the
Vice-President, Strangeways, to be
an unmitigated nuisance. Ilis pen
and tongue had unnecessarily alien
ated the Euiopean clement from
their allegiance to the Calathumpian
Party. His strictures upon every
thing European, and his determined
ill-will to that section of our com
munity, had disgusted many of our
best c'uizeiiR of both continents.
The Calathumpian Party was not
started for the purpose of quarrel
lint' with all the w oi Id; and those
who guide its destinies are btipposed
to use due caution, and not give of
fence when it can be avoided. We
are Americans, but we are not in
the United States, and we happen to
be sharing the benefits of a foreign
land along with Europeans. We
have here the sine rights and privi
leges as they have; and our policy,
as well as theirs, is to live togetlnr
in amity. Their feelings are as sen
sitive as ours, and their resentment
is equally strong. The speaker
would nut enlarge farther upon this
point; but would move, in the inte
rest of the Calathumpian Party, that
Editor and Vice-President Strange
ways be expelled from the conclave,
as an unworthy member and an ob
struction in the way of its success."
Rev. Dr. Dryhash seconded the
motion. "He had observed an evil
disposition on the part of the Vice
Pi esident which he considered an
abet ration of mind; but was now
led to believe it proceeded from a
The Captain of the horse marines
thought "the Vice-President was a
little touched in the top story."
Long Tom thought that Strange
ways was "absolutely cracked."
Several other members expressed
similar opinions; and finally the
President put the motion to a vote,
when the result showed a unani
mous disposition to have the Vice
President expelled instanter.
The President then ordered
Strangeways to "proceed out of
doors and leave the insignia of his
office behind him ;" which that gen
tleman did with hi3 arms sprawling
in the manner of a swimming abor
Rer. D. W. Buckskin thought
that the conclave was now purged
of its disturbing elements, and more
harmony than hitherto might be ex
pected. He believed in peace nnd
goodwill to all men, and that tho
conclave should have a quiet steadi
ness of purpose."
Rev. Whangbuster "believed in
being friendly to all nationalities.
Men could not help where they were
born; and there was. something
wrong with them if they did not ad
vocate the cause of their respective
countries if these were assailed.
The best awl wisest men of tho
world have been cosmopolitan in
principle. It is, of course, natural
for men to defend their native
hearth,and consequently their native
hind; but when far removed from
these scenes of sentiment and
patriotism, how foolish it is to wran
gle and boast and quarrel over mat
ters that we cannot alter if we
would. When I hear n man boast
ing of his country, whose power and
dignity lie never promoted one iota,
I cannot but contrast tho greatness
of his country with the littleness of
himself. Perhaps the majority of
people have this unseemly fault;
but when we consider that a few
years must return our dust to
mother carth,and our souls to where
there is no nationality, how vnln is
our declamation in favor of geogra
phically bounded nrcas and our viu
dictivi'iicss against tho inhabitants
of other sections of the globe. I
think that the Calathumpian Party
would be more popular and more
successful if it were more liberal
and more cosmopolitan."
Dr. Dryhash agreed witlt the last
speaker. "The principles of unl
vcisal lore tiru the bnbis of all Hue
religion. They actuate foreign mis
sions; they wero tho principles
I taught by tho ApodUe Puul, anil
they blend in all Christian work and
Captain Skunk, of the Aerated
Infantry, said he "did not know
much about divinity ; but ho guess
ed it is all right enough. The Ca
lathumpian Party seems now to be
in the position of a ship becalmed.
Tho clergy have solo chargo, and the
lawyers arc, at present, the passen
gers." Jabcz Corueobb Esq. thought that
"lawyers are out of place among
ministers ; nt any rate they arc out
of their clement.' The two profes
sions arc vastly different. The
clergyman has a calm and easy bu
siness ; while tho lawyer has to
play rogue against rogue, and nilvo
cate the claims of injustice and op
pression as well ns the claims of
justice and mercy, lie, of all men,
is of necessity all things to every
body, or else he would not be a suc
cess." Ilezckiah Stringbeans Esq., while
agiceiug with his learned friend in
most things that he said, could not
agiee with him where he "aid that
lawyers advocated the claims of in
justice and oppression, lie did not
think that lawyers were under any
such necessity. That it was done
sometimes he was aware; but no
first-class member of the bar would
engage in such business.
The President thought, as no
more political business was to come
before tho meeting this evening the
balance of the tune might be well
spent in social harmony, and he
would call on Quickstep Kyestaro
Esq. for a song, which that gentle
man gave as follows:
I love the .-omul of the moaning sea
As it breaks on tho coral ehoie;
In every foini 'tis a joy to me,
With gentle d.ithor bounding roar.
Its bicist beats the spoils of all
Our highway wherever we roam,
And widely its water expands
To encircle our island home.
I love it, tho clear and the pure,
Tho health-giving ocean for me;
Its waters our islis make scctite,
Then hoonih ! for the restless sea.
Rev. Dr. Dryhash rematked that
he "thought the sentiment of that
song had more meaning in it than at
first sight apparent. Tho sea is
everything to the Whereabout Isl
ands, and it certainly is their uni
versal highway. It is also the safety
of the nation and always has been.
He would try a vcn&c, but nai
afraid he could not succeed bo well
as his friend Mr. Eyestarc.
Tho clouds kiss our mount. tins
Swept by the gales,
And a hundred cool fountain.
Hush through our vales.
Tho cleat est and puicst,
Best forour health;
Of all drinks the fsute.it,
Cotifccrvelh our wealth.
The President gave notice that
the conclave would now have a
vacation; but if anything unusual
in politics occurred the members
would be immediately called to
gether by notice fiom the Secrelnry.
He would now call upon Rev. Amos
Whangbuster for the closing ode.
The rev. gentleman then sang as
Wo meet to pint, and part to meet;
But ns wo tread the crowded street,
A fiicndly nod or hand ahull gicct
A Cai.atiii'.mi'ian member.
The Conclave has taken a vaca
tion, and we are glad of it. Hope
the vacation will continue for a cen
tuiy without a break, and believe
our readers feel the same. En.
FRANCE lW THE PACIFIC.
In the Chamber of Deputies, Pa
ris, January 22d, Monsignor Frip
pel wanted to know what steps the
Government contemplated taking to
"8afecuaid our position in the Pa
cific Ocean, and especially with ref
erence to Easter Island, the Tubtiai
Islands, and the Cook Archipelago."
Whatever, he said, might be the dif
ferences of opinion among members
of the Chamber as to the direction
that French colonial policy should
take, there was one point on which
they all agreed namely, that their
honor and the national interest en
joined them to preserve what they
possessed in the way of colonies, and
not to permit any foreign Power to
intmde upon their rights.
Admiral Krantz, Minister of Ma
rine, said that three questions put
by tlie Hishop of Angers were not
quite analogous. Willi regard to
Kastcr Island, it was ccilaiu that,
if Franco had debired to accept tho
protectorate, nothing would have
been more easy. It had been offer
ed to them several times, but all the
Admirals who had visited thuse wa
ters had said, "Don't take ICastej1
Island. It is good for nothing.
There is no roadstead, there are
only ill-defended anchorage grounds
without any secure liaibour." The
population which once- nuinbeied
from .'J000 to 1600, had now fallen
to 150 or 100, which was not a sign
of piosperity. The inhabitants oiuIt
grated to Tahiti when they wero not
carried off by force to work in Ame
rica. It was easy to say, "Ksla
bliah your protectorate;" but then
it would be necessary to place a
garrison in tho island, for, if llicy
simply placed a coallng--sitiiion
thete, it would bo useful only to
enemies. Ministers of tho Maiino
since 18C8 had always deliberately
refused to proclaim a piotcctorate
over the sland and had even forbid
den a Frenchman who had settled,
there to hoist the national flag. lie
accepted, for timself aiid his pretlo-
cessors the responsibility of that de
clsiQn. With regard to the Cook
AicbJpolago, b.e remarked, thesa isl
ands had never belonged to France.
The people were not hostile, but it
was otherwise with the chiefs, to
whom the Anglican missionaries, es
tablished there for fifty years, had
recommended independence, or
rather, dependence upon them
selves; and they refused to enter
into commercial relations with the
Kiench. It would accordingly havo
been necessary, in order to establish
a protectorate, to undertake an ex
pedition. They had not done this.
It was certain that the Anglican
missionaties neither wanted a Trench
nor an English protectorate, but
when they saw the Polynesian Isl
andsgivenup, so to speak, to pillage,
they preferred the protectorate of
England to that of France. Willi re
gard to the Tubtiai Islnnds, he was
of Bishop Freppel's opinion. They
meant to exercise their sovereignty
over all these islands, and conse
quently over the two said to have
been annexed by England, which
annexation was not an accomplished
fact. They had the right of asking
England not to retain these islands,
which had no importance, and they
hoped England would accept their
explanations. The matter had suf
ficient interest for her to prevent
satisfaction being given. Home
Xolicts unite? IMi hcail are thtrgtd 10 ctntt
per line for the first Insertion, ami ii centt per lint
every adtUthtmt hiitcrtion.
MASON lliimlin OrgHii, a tine iu.
slium.'nt lor I'liiiich or lodije
room, call anil see it at Hie Music Do
partment, Hawaiian Nows Co. 107 tm
PIANOS anil Organs for sulu on the
monthly instalment iibui, or cheap
tor cah at the Music Department, Ha
waiian News Co. 197 1m
PERSONS contemplating purchas
ing a IMiiiio or Organ, cun save
money at the Music Department, Ha
wailun News Co. 1'I7 lni
THE utiler gnc-l have tlili ilny
Inline I a ooputiiersUlp an Sur the
linn ii ime of VViiglii llrm, for die pur
pose of canning mi tho business of
Cmrlugc IJiu (lrr:, (icnutul Blackbtnlth
ing anil nil kimN of I'liatnliou and Ship
Work, on fort street, adjoining tho
Honolulu 1'1'inini; Mill
WILLIAM W. WK1GHT,
Honolulu, Apill 1, &!). 2115 3t
WE the nuclei signed hnve this day
funned a copartnership under
the firm name of Nam Hun;: Lung Co.,
for the pin pn-c of conducting business
of buyhie and selling goou, ware? nnd
nicnhamlise, at No Hi, Nuuaiiii street,
CHAN MAN CHOY.
LOW AH HOW,
Honolulu, March 28, 18-9. 2U 31
Manufacturing Jeweler & Watchmaker
Kukul Jewelry a Specialty.
King Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
Next door to the Hawaiian Tram,
viuy Company's Ollice.
kinds of r pilrh
p.itil to all
l O. Unx .'(51. -- Hell Title. 74.
(Man Business Agency.
Corner Fort & Merchant :
Honolulu, 11. 1.
Accountants ik. Collector
von 'ii 1 1:
Hawaiian Boll Telephone Co.
Manager of Advertising Department
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Collections will rcr.rlvc "perlal ntteu.
lion unci returns promptly nimh'.
Roal Estate IjuiikIiI, toM t d luv-utl.
Taxes Paid nnd proJMTiy I Iy n i n !
Houses, Collages, Rocns ,ir,t ifiices,
liaecl mill ri'iuul, anil i i ' 1. n
Fire and Lllo Insurance -il. ' i n ,
el uss In n anee Ciiiimi,i.
Conveyancing a fpjr.iolty - U
Huaiehi-il and correct Alistiuel. t
Legal Documents and Papers t
description eaiufully drawn ami
Copying and Translating In all languages
In ui'iiiTid lire iu tlilo Kingdom,
Custom House Business transacted with
accuracy nail dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favuriililo rales.
Gold, Silver and Certificates bought and
Advertisements and Subscriptions fcoli.
cited for pulilitliei'rt.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Article purrluiHul nr sulci,
Intor-Island Orders "ill receive parti,
To Lot, Furnished and Unfurnished Cot
tages in dcsiruhiu localities at reiibonable
Several Valuable Properties in aud
around tho city now fur sale nnd leabo
on easy terms.
tUf'Ml business entrusted to our care
wilt rccwivo prompt and faithful nlten.
lion ut niodcriuu clmrijii'i Veli-MM)
I F YOU WANT A SITUATION,
A. advertise In tho "Dally Uulletln."
ttSFTliis space is reserved for the an
nouncement of the New Stock of Goods,
which Mr. Ehrlich is personally selecting
at the Coast.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
I'micli, Enilisli mifl American Dry anil Fancy Ms !
AIho, Piue CiiNtom-mado Clotliinc,
Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
Bell 'JCclcplioiie, CJO -a 8 Mutual Teloplione, 37 1
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IlfclSJQ. WHISKY,
In Glass and filono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wantod ;
GBNS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old loni Gin, BeHt Brand lu tho IVIurlcet;
EUROPEAN SHEE.RIES and PORT !
In Hulk ami Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, LiiquerR Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kuimuols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziiifandel, Malaga, Tokay,
All of which will bo hold
KM) Jb'OIiT NTRNET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery arid Toilet Articles !
Agonta for 1 I.orillanl & Co.'u Tobaccou, &. V, 8. Kimball A Co.'
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Acrutotl Water Workn - - - 7 llotol Street.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
Riesling:, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
AT LOWEBT KATES by
STER & CO.,
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