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DAILT BDMiHmN! HONOMJIiTJ, H.j I APKIXi U,' 1889;
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THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889.
fcchr lillioliho from Lnhalnu
Sclir Kitullhia from Kuuni
Stinr Kll.im-a ltou fiom Unuiakmi
Apr 1 I
Stinr Jus Mnkee for Knpaii nt 5 u m
SJcbr ICa Molfor UawiiH
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr 0 R Bishop for Wnlnnae, Waliilua
and Kooluu at J a m
Slinr Iwnlatil for l.ahalna and Huiiia
ktm at 10 a m
S S I'liintllla, Holme, for San Fran
cisco at noon
From Kapaa, per sttnr Jas Makcc,
April 10 Uol Z S Spalding, W lHali
tlell, O II Fnlreliild, and W deck.
From Wnhiluit, per stinr C It UMiop,
April 10 J Holt and family and 10
Fiom San Francisco, per bktnc
Planter, Apill 10 Mr Warble.
For Walalua and Walunae, per stinr
Kaala, per stinr Kuala, April 10 Mr
lSnekliol, Mr Anderson, Major Wrotigh
ton, l)i K W Haines, and 10 others.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr O H lllshop 570 bgs sugar, 210
)";s rice, !)2 bnclis bananas, and 75
Stinr I.ehua 2500 fogs sugar.
Stmr Jas Makec 15U0 fogs; sugar.
fcclir ICauikeaouli 2100 bgs sugar.
The stmr V G Hall will bo due to
moriow from the Volcano and way
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
Where the hurt or injury inflicted
is of a severe or dangerous charac
ter, and the efficient cause of death,
although there be a predisposing
condition of the body, without which
it would not have been fatal, it is,
nevertheless, a killing by means of
such hurt or injury. Rex vs. Grcon
well, 1 Haw. 83.
The husband is liable for all torts
of the wife committed during cover
ture. Apong vj. Maiks et al. 1
Every restraint upon a man's
liberty," is, in the eye of the law an
imprisonment, wherever may be the
place, or whatever may be the man
ner in which the restraint is effect
ed. Whenever any person is detained
with or without the process ot law,
unless for treason or felony, plainly
and specifically expressed in the
warrant of commitment, or unless
such person be a convict, or legally
charced in execution, he is entitled
to his writ of habeas corpus. In re
Cambridge, 1 Haw. 192. See "Ha
An action cannot be sustained
against one only of several joint
contractors. Macfarlane vs. Gil
more, 1 Haw. 43.
LAND COMMISSION AWARD.
A land commission kuleana award,
held good as against a Royal Patent
of anterior date, which expressly
reserved the rights of native ten
ants. Kekiekie vs. Dennis, 1 Haw.
The court refused to go behind an
award and receive evidence of its
haying been obtained b' fraud.
Kukiiahu vs. Gill. 1 Haw. M.
When a foreigner, who lists com
mitted larceny abroad, comes into
this country, and brings the stolen
property with him, he may be tried,
convicted, and punished in the same
manner as if the larcony had been
committed here. Rox vs. Parish et
al. 1 Haw. 30.
LEVY ON PART OI' VESSEL.
A vessel was libeled and it was
prayed that tho share of the minor
ity owners might be attached to
answer a judgment against them,
and that the majority owners should
be required to give security for the
return of the vessel. The court re
fused, on motion, to dismiss the
libel. Moll ct al. vs. schooner
Vaquero. 1 Haw. 277.
LIEN ON SHIP.
The court adopted the rule of
maritime law of Continental Europe,
giving u material man a lien on tho
ship, without any distinction be
tween, foreign and domestic ships.
No lion, however, is implied where
the material man contracts with the
owner In person.
A material man, having accepted
the promissory note of tho owner, in
.settlement of his account, nml re
ceived a part payment of tho note,
he was held to have waived his lien
ou the ship, by giving n personal
credit to the owner. Moll et al. vs.
bark George, 1 Havy. 174.
A ship's log book cannot bo re
ceived in evidence, in favor of tho
person concerned in making it, or
other, except in cases provided by
statute j though it may bo used
against any person to whom it may
bu brought home, as concerned
either in writing or directing what
should be contained in it. Cobb vs.
Makee et al. 1 Haw. 51.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No Debating Club this evening.
Tun S. S. Umatilla sails at noon
to-morrow for San Francisco.
Am. the evidence for llio prosecu
tion in the Wninlitii inuidei ease is
in. The defence is now on.
Tnr.saloof tho Hrilif.li Club stock
shares, by Jlr. Morgan, has been
postponed to Katiuday the l.llli, at
Hi: sine and send u bulletin Week
ly Summitry to your friends abroad.
For sale at the bookstoiea and this
The King gave a bieukfast at the
Palace this nioining to sevcial gen
tlemen who leave on the steamer to
morrow. The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany have un important notice else
where respecting the running of cars
on and after to-morrow.
The rcgisteied mail by the S,
Umatilla eloseb at tho Post Olllee
morrow moining at 10 o'clock,
letter mail at 11 o'clock.
dic Am. members of Geo. V. DeLong
Post aio requested to meet at their
hall this evening, at 7 o'clock, for the
purpose of attending the nieinoiial
The demand for last evening's
Bulletin was hugely beyond the
supply. The article "Tho Vandalia's
Fate," will appear in the Weekly
Tin: "Paradise of tho Pacific" for
April is out. It contains a splendid
view of Honolulu and interesting
niattci pertaining to the islands, just
what your friends abroad want.
Pout Surveyor F. Turrill with his
assistants found sevonty tins of opium
in the lazaret of the barkentinc
Planter yesterday afternoon. The
opium was hidden under a layer of
Tin: officers of the Honolulu Rifles
arc requested to meet at 7 o'clock,
this evening, at the G. A. It. ball,
King street, in fatigue uniform for
the purpose of attending tho nieinoi
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing, before tho Chief Justice, Hon.
A. S. Clcghorn on his own petition,
was appointed guaidiait of II. It. II.
Victoiia Kuiulani Cleghom, uudcr a
The officers of the Pacific Hard
ware Company for the ensuing year
13. P. Dillingham Pies id out
Jas.G. Spencer. Manager it Secrotarj
F. L. Winter Tieasiuer
W. F. Allen Auditor
A. 1j. Smith. . . .
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Memorial service at Cential Union
Church, at 7:30.
Japanese Constitutional celebra
tion at Immigration depot at 5.
Meeting Pioneer Club at usual
time and place.
NO TRUTH IN IT.
A rumor seems to have been cur
rent on the streets this morning that
the Umatilla would not sail until
Saturday. We are informed by the
agents, Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
that she will sail as advertised, to
morrow, Friday the 12th, at noon.
THE BEAR GOT THE BEST OF IT.
Yesterday afternoon whilst the
great red bear and his owner were
engaged in a friendly wrestling tus
sle, before an admiring crowd at
Harry Byng's yard, tho bear, con
trary to all ring rules fouled his op
ponent, and falling upon him broke
lite right ankle. The injured man
was taken to the Queen's Hospital.
Ho is doing well this morning.
The following tenders were re
ceived yesterday for constructing
the Punchbowl hill road:
Walker & Kedward $0,400
IlanPui et al 7,200
Antone Pereira et al G,900
J. N. Kar-iakawaha G,4l)0
John It. Silva 5,900
Kwong Fat 5,898
J. K. Maluo 5,500
L. P. Hanson 5,000
U.K. Knla 4,900
The last named was accepted.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
By tho steamship Umatilla: P.
J, Lowrey, wife and children, Col. .
S. Spalding, wife and family, F. S,
Dodge, wifo unci 2 childieu. II. W.
Dimond, Miss Annie Haltitcad, J. F.
Gates and wifo, Mrs. L. U. Young, A.
Itudcliffo, Mrs. Geo. II. Luce, I). Fos
ter, Mis. Itussell Whiting and child,
11. F. Dillingham, Miss K. White,
Geo. Abeel, Gcorgo W. Smith, W. H.
Chickoring, wifo and child, Ctipt. do
Courcy, Mis. O. U. Wells and 3 chil
dieu, Mrs. A. T. Simmons, W. It.
Castlo, Mrs. J. J. Knitpp, J. N. S.
Williams, D. T. Iteamor, C,
W. Ham and wife, M. l.ouisson, G.
W. Gniiinis, J. T. Liebo and sister, J.
T. Waterlioueo Jr., Hon. C. It.
Uishop, J. M. ltothschild, A.
O'Tr.iskal. Fieomcm, F. 1). Powrall,
C. Thrower, .Miss S. K. Gray, J. Mc
Donnell, M. A. Silva, Mrs. Lawrence
and child, Air. Noalla,wifo and 2 chil
dren, Lieut, anil Mrs. Itipley, E. D,
Ponsford, V. Howard, Mrs. Mooro
and mnid, Geo. A. Biown, Mrs. Cam
pobello, J. Ii. Greig, Miss Greig, T.
K. Wall, 11. O. Meyers, F. Sinclair
and wifo, It. J, Sa.xe, 11. Haitloy,Mrs,
and Miss Fiitli, M. Itudolpb and
wifo, Miss Coohb, F. lieasly, wifo and
OUR FUTURE PROSPECTS.
INTERESTING CHAT WITH MANAOLK
YOL'NO Or THE IRON WORKS.
A Bulletin reporter dropped into
the olllcc of the Honolulu Iron
Woiks this morning, to got a little
information from the manager, Hon.
Alex. Young, who returned from tho
Const on the Umatilla. That gen
tlomcu was found at his desk look
ing a perfect pietuio of health and
as Young as ever. His trip has
cvidcutly been a successful one for
no sooner had the repoiter sat down
than the manager's talking battery
was quickly opened and he gave a full
account of the ttip, Mr. Young
lell here February 12th on the Aus
tralia. Upon arriving at the Coast
he of course first went to Oakland
to visit his family, found them all
well and advancing rapidly in their
studies. The following conversation
then took place.
Did you visit the beet factory at
Wiitsoiivillc, Mr. Young''
Oh, yes. and enjoyed it vcry
much. 1 was very pleased with the
equipment of machinery, and the
perfection of arrangements to do
the work expedilously and economi
cally. Mr. Waters the superintend
ent, bhowed me all over the factory.
Theie is no doubt this industry will
increase in the near future, but not
with great rapidity. It' is without
doubt, a success, as long as tho
farmers can make it pay. and it
does not cost too much for trans
portation. Once thoroughly oigan
ized outside it will be a success in
California. Mr. Burr formerly of
the American Itefiuery, with others,
have bought the Alvarado beet
factory. The- will put in new im
proved machinery and carry on tho
work on a more extensive scale and
under more systematic management.
Mr. Burr is sanguine of the success
in making beet sugar a profitable
What was the real object of your
visit to Watsonville?
Well, to see the place ; and then
1 wanted to find out whether there
would he an opportunity of introduc
ing my method of exhaust steam and
vapor superheaters, operated by the
heat of the spent gasses on the
weight of the chimney, for the pur
pose of economizing fuel. This me
thod is patented in the United
States and many European coun
tries. Mr. Burr, Mr. Waters, and
also the new superintendent of the
American refinery were much taken
with the method, and predict a great
future for its application in all the
sugar factories and refineries of the
You brought news of a big rise in
Yes, we did. There was a steady
progressiveness in the price of sugar,
with indications of a further liso.
I should not be surprised if it reach
ed 7 cents by the end of this month.
Probably the steamer due on Satur
day will bring news of a rise of 1-1C
From nh.it you have seen and
heard while on the Coast, have you
any feais with regard to the future
prosperity of sugar in Hawaii?
I believe that we have seen the
worst of it in sugar for some time
to come. It is the opinion of those
interested and who make a study of
the tariff question, that nothing will
be done in that direction in the near
future to interfere with our inter
ests. It is pretty generally believed
that the bounty system will not be
adopted, it being supposed that
such procedure would lead to nu
merous complications in other
brunches of industries in the States.
Neither do I believe that the tariff
on sugar will be materially reduced
by the next Coiigre&s. With regard
to the surplus, which has proved
such a nightmare to some people,
there are strong indications that the
present administration will use it in
public works, enlarging the navy,
What have you to say of the fu
ture of the Honolulu Iron Works?
As of the future I know little,
but of the present the prospects are
vi ry good. We have now in hand
all the work possible to tuke care of
for tho balance of tho present year,
together with the repairs which of
course must be promptly utteuded
to. The present efficient force will
have to be augmented considerably
in order to get through with con
tracts in time. I have taken tlio
work in close competition with for
eign manufacture! s, but it is our in
tention to adopt every new and use
ful labor-saving machine within
reach. We have ordered from one
of the largest concerns in the East
a steam boiler rivetting machino and
plats planer, which will enable us
to get out larger boiler contracts on
much shorter time and at
less expense than heretofore.
Labor here, both skilled and un
skilled, is much higher than that
paid by any of our foreign competi
tors. The high price paid for labor
has been against us in competing
with foreign manufacturers, whose
labor is not so expensive. Whilst
we are endeavoring to reduce prices
we are dstoriniiied that the charac
ter of our woik, us heretofore, ahull
be of the highest class.
Will you mention some of the
work iu hand?
For Honoiuu, Hawaii, we nre
going to complete a set of new ond
improved works, including a 30xG0
live-ton roller mill with Putnam en
gine, vacuum pau, triple effect,
Young's patent supci heaters and
all modei u improvements. For
Wailuku, we have also to make a
30xG0 five-ton roller mill with Put-
I iu.ni engine, 1 patent vacuum
cloancr, Young's patent superheaters,
2 pair steel boilers and stack. The
present double effect will ho con
verted into a tiiple effect. Then for
the I'apaikoti plantation, now known
as the Ilonomu Sugar Co., wo have
a 30xG0 live-ton roller mill with
Putimm engine, 1 pair compound
ballets, Young's patent superheat
ers, stack, 1 double effect l! and
7 feet cells with iron stage and
pumps complete, 1 vacuum pan
10x14 feet with iron stage mid
pumps, and other minor inntters.
This vacuum pan will be twice as
large as any made on the islands.
Did you meet many island people
on the Coast.
Quite a number. I had a Icng
talk with Cnl. Spreckels. Mr. P. C.
Jones was there in excellent spiiits
(nou alcoholic). He and Mrs. Jones
have gone for a ramble through
Oregon and Washington Territory.
After thanking Mr. Young for his
valuable information, the leportcr
was about to leave the olllee, when
he uoarly stumbled over the delicate
frame of Secretary Atwater, who
said in u hurry "Please slate that I
grant licenses to marry. Price SI."
Bureau ok Customs, )
Honolulu, II. I., April 8, 1889. j
His Excellency W. L. Green, Min
ister of Finance,
aS'iV: I have the honor to submit
to Your Excellency the table of the
principal domestic exports of the
Hawaiian Islands, for the quarter
ending March 31st, 1889.
Also, a comparative table of ex
ports for the three months, 1889,
compaied with corresponding period,
1888. 1 have the honor to be, Sir,
Your most obedient Servant,
A. S. Ci.koiiorn,
Quantities and Values of tho Princi
pal Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the Quartor ending March
31, 1889, by Customs Districts.
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Vtr line for thtfirtt Iniertlon, ami J cents )tr line
every athlititnal insertion,
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
liuvu u rcioivert ox Unmtilln
iiuoihui lot or Unit ''t'lUL-AnKiirHIA.
UQKlt IJB1.II" in kens which ihcy
nro olTcrhij; to lhclr cintnmcr. 'J 18 1 w
TVT ASON A Hiiiiilin (iignti, it line In.
1)X Hliiinicul lor vliurch m loduo
room, cull nml "-eu 11 ul the tu-lo l)u
I nritnp'ii, Hiiwiitimi Ni-ws Co I!I7 1m
PIANOS and OrKiuii for sale on the
moiiilily iiibttdment pliin, or cliuiip
tor r..ish nt t'liu .tiiaic Department, Hu
wnilnu News Co. 107 1m
PERSONS e 'uU'iutiliitiug puicli'i1
lug n Piano or tirgnu, cun suve
liiiini-y hi lite MuMr Dopoi Uliflil, IN
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Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
AQUAUTK1U.Y (livitlcnd of Tlireo
($!!00) Dollars per bhsire, will bo
paid to the Btockholilers of Wilder's
rttciunfhip Co . nt tin ir olllee, ou bATUR.
DAY, the liitu instant.
s. b. nosi:,
Ilonnlulu, April 10, 1889. 220 lit
.JJVa.A A UOlJiJB with aiiiraunml
ra&y.fo -"""II in m wbh kit.
eSSiESS i hen nl Imth-noin iiltiiuhed,
on Aluki-n 'Ip't'i, ippnslte Dr. M'--Wayne's.
A, pi' t .lolio Cook, on pre
mises, or at Oil- uMU r. 219 t(
DURIXU my tunpniaiy absence from
tin- Kingdom Mr P Peek will
attend to any mutter nmncdei with my
liusiuuis JIOKHIS JUDA.
Honolulu, April 4, 1839. -S at
rjMlE Sui Fong Company having this
X d.iy purchuscd the "Cosmopolitan"
Hestimrant from Mr. Jun Hpo. will here
aftrr carry it on us a first clas eating
house, 'the proprietors will spare no
pains to m ike the place attractive and
satisfactory to customers.
SUI FONG COMPANY,
Hy Hop Sing.
Honolulu, April 9, 1889. 219 lw
NOTICE is heieliy given that Jim
lice having this day sold out bis
intcicst in the "Cosmopolitan" Itcstau
ranl, lately carried ou by him on
Bethel street, adjoining the premises
of Messrs Castlo & Cooke, to the Sul
Kong Company, f i om and after the 9th
Inst., said linn will collect all accounts
and pay all hills couueoted with said
business and the said Jim lieu will col
lect alt outstanding accounts. .Inn lice
alone being auli oiied to lecelpt for
Mine, and will pay all claims against
the lcstaur.int to the above mentioned
date. Jl 'X II Ki:.
Honolulu, April k, ISh'.i. l18 lw
AREWAHD of Filiy ($r,0 Dollars
will bepiuillK Mr. . YV Wilcox,
Sherill' of Kauai, for the aiiot of Jou
Yoyo, u Ulack Poitiigucsu, for the
murder of Knohike (U), nt Koloa,
Kauai, on April 1. ISij't.
INO. H. SOPIJH,
Jlnislml of the Kingdom.
Honolulu, Apiil 0, I8S9. 2 7 tf
SC 0'JT'S Genuine Midlothian O ilmeal
in 14 lb, tins. For sale bv
J. 10. IJJtOWX .V.( O.,
178 tf 28 Mrrehaul Hi eel.
(On Ii;. -
Per S. S. Umatilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOIri), Proprietor.
JUST TO HAND !
lVr "U. X. WIl.COX."
A Fresh Supply of the
Celebrated Genuine Bavarian
III Quints ii l'llltl.
F. A. SCHAEFER & Oo.
Occiig SteamslLiD Cohidt.
c vSm mn
By the S. S. Umatilla, Mr. Ehrlich, of the
Temple of Fashion, will return to Honolulu
with a largo and varied stock of Dry Goods,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods, Chil
dren's Clothing, Ladies', Gents', Misses' &
Children's Boots, Shoes, Etc., which we
respectfully solicit the public to inspect.
S. EHRLICH, Temple of Fashion.
' THE . ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN & CO Honolulu, H. I.
Frencu, Eoilisl oil American Dry ant Fancy Go !
jVIho, JTiiio CiiNtom-nindo Clotliiufj1,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
JBell Telephone, CO "fl B3T
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand anil For Sulc a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
,ln IJulk or Case;
fcSOOTTOIJI. twid IltIS JB. WIlISISZTrT,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted;
CSIUS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), alijo, STONE JUGS;
OUl Tom Gin. 13ewt iiraiid in the Market;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In PintB and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollimu'i Wattsr, Kuminels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfhmlul, Mulagii, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Ete.
fig- All of whioh will ho sold AT LOWEST RATES by
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) 'OHT STREET. IIONOMJIiU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agontu for P. Lortllard & Co.' Tobaocoa, tfe W. B. Kimball & Co.'b
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works
Slutiuil Telephone, HT X
4 DKALKKB IN-
73 Hotel Street.
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