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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1889.
Stmr Klluitca Hon from Hamakim
Sttnr C It Bishop for Walauae, Walalua
ami Kooluu tit II a m
Slmr Klnau for Volcano ami way ports
nt 2 p in
Bklne S G Wilder for Sun Krnnelsoo at
1 p in
Stmr J A Ciinimlns for Kooluu at 0 a m
Br sclir Norma for a cruise
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr Kilnucu Hon for Hawaii
Bark S U Allen for San Francisco
MJkttiu Planter for San Francisco
Btno W 11 Dlmoiul for fcjau Francisco
From Hamakua, per stmr Iwalaul,
April 18 F A Soliacfcr and L'O deck.
CAnCDES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilanea Ilou-!)513 bags sugar.
Stmr lwaluul 4303 bgi sugar.
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Since the advent of Professor
Melville to this country, toy bal
loons, made by themselves of tissue
paper, have become the "rage" with
Honolulu boys. Having closely
watched Melville's method of hot-air
iullation, they are successful in imi
tation. Last evening a crowd of
-t(boys congregated near Smith's
bridge, and amused themselves by
inflating and sending up a couple of
those balloons, each measuring from
six to eight feet in height. The toys
went up very prettily to a high alti
tude, and gracefully floated with the
wind out to sea. Many people, old
as well as young, rushed out of their
house's in that neighborhood to wit
ness the ascension, and all seemed
interested and pleased.
Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. was held last evening in
the hall, President V. "W". Hall in
the chair. The report of Treasurer
E. O. White, showed receipts since
last meeting of $8U.."5 expenditure
8780.75, leaving a balance on hand
of G3.i)0. ,
An account of the work of the
Blue Ribbon League and temper-
work ance in general, was given by
Mr. P. C. Jones.
Chief Justice Judd gave an en
couraging account of temperance
work among the Hawaiians at Queen
Emma Hall. It was resolved to
continue the work at this Hall for
Following are the officers elected
for the ensuing year :
lion. Henry AVaterhousc. .President
Mr. Thos. Rain AValker
Mr. "W". J. Forbes
.i Recording Secretary
Mr. T. S. Southwiuk.-. . . .Treasurer
Messrs. W. A. Bowen and Geo.
P. Castle, Directors.
Six new members were added to
the Association. A collection was
taken up amounting to S10.
Next Thursday evening the an
nual reports and the address of the
President will be heard.
Sunday next, April 21st, is Easter
Sunday, and will bo observed in the
-churches with special services as
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
First Conokkgation : Choral
celebration of the lloh Communion
0:30 a. m. ; morning prayer, choral
with sermon, special Easter hymns
and other music at 9 :30 a. m. Choral
.Evensong with special hymns at G
Second Congregation : Choral
-Celebration of the Holy Communion
at 7:45 a. in. Morning prayer with
sarraon by Rev. George Wallace at
11:15 a. m., when the following
music will bo rendered:
Special Easter hymus.
Tallis' Festival responses.
TcDemn In C Luard Sclby
Jubilate in O , ...Iiuaul Sclby
Anthem Break forth into .loj . .Barnby
Following this service will be a
celebration of Holy Communion,
lining prayer with sermon at 7:30
p. m., when will be sung special
Easter hymns and the anthem, "lie
is risen", by C. Simper. The offer
ings of the congiegation at the
morning and evening services will
.be for parochial expenses.
ROMAN OATHOI.IO CATHEDRAL.
Low masses G and 7 a. m. High
Pontifical Mass at 10 a. m., when
will be sunt? Knitzy's Pastoral Mass,
Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus.Beuc--'dictus,
Aguus Dei, and Rcginu Coeli
by Werner. Tho St. Louis College
Orchestra will accompany certain
parts of the mass. It will be fol
lowed by baptism of infants and
adults. At 3 p. in. confirmation,
followed by the saying of the holy
rosary and the benediction of the
Most Blessed Sacrament.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
At 11 a. in., Easter festival by
the pupils of tho Sunday tchool.
Tho church choir will render a To
Deum in G, by Mosenlhal. At 7:30
p. in., Easter praise service, when
the following music will bo rendered
by tho choir, under direction of Mr.
M, II. Jones;
Anthem Ac It began to dawn Buck
Hyuiu Anthem The strife Is o'er. . . .
Iuet ('1'anor and Soprano) My fulth
j looks up to Thee .Lachuer
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun defense in the crim,
Tun Hawaiian Tramways Co,
a notico elsewhere.
Mail for San Francisco closes at
11 o'clock to-morrow.
GAimiKii was locked up in the Sta
tion House last night.
Tin: Government Offices closed
about 10:110 o'clock this morning.
Quite a number of persona called
at this office to see tho four-logged
Tttr.RC is a splendid display of now
millinery goods at Mr. N. S. Sachs'
store, Fort strcot.
Jin. J. F. Morgan will Bell an im
ported Hereford bull on the 2!)th
hist, at public auction.
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
this evening, at 8 o'clock, an English
sermon will bo preached.
Spkciai. services were held in thu
St. Andrew's and Roman Catholic
Cathedrals this morning.
In another column will be found
a notice from "Wright Rros., carriage
builders, Bhip blacksmiths, etc.
To-.MOimow being Holy Saturday,
there will bo high mass at 7 a. m, at
tho Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Last evening a special meeting of
Nuuanu Chapter of Rose Croix was
held, it being Maundy Thursday.
The banks and the Custom House
and sovcral business houses closed
about 10:110 o'clock this morning.
By the mail leaving to-morrow for
San Francisco, don't forgot tojsend a
"Bulletin Weekly Summary" to your
A. P. Kalaukoa and K. 31. Koa
liou have been granted licenses to
practice law in tho inferior Courts of
Nuxt Friday, the 20th, a mooting
of tho stockholders of the Mutual
Tulcphono Company will be hold to
consider consolidation with the Bell
TiinitE was a big rush at Love's
bakeiy for Hot Cross Buns this morn
ing. Another batch will be out of
the oven at .'5 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho Buij.ktin boys were not forgot
ten. At a meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
boys held yesterday afternoon Mr.
T.'S. South wick read a paper on
South Africa. Tho boys and gills of
the Scripture Union weio piesent,
and Mrs. Joidan rend a letter from
Mr. T. II. Davics.
"That the jury system has out
giown its usefulness and should be
abolished," was the Mibject delated
by the Debating Club, at its regular
meoting last night. The prevailing
opinion was in favor of modification,
at least, of tho system. At the next
meeting of tho club Mr. Barringlon
will read an original essay.
The S. F. "Bulletin" of April 3d
says: It is of inteicit to note that the
Hawaiian Commercial Company
Monday ,paid ofl' bonds amounting to
$100,000. Its organization, which
some years ago was thought to be on
a very uncertain basis, is now doing
well. Its indebtedness, which was
.$1,200,000, has been l educed in 3
years to $900,000, and monthly divi
dends have been paid for some time.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rides, at
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 Im. O
M., at 7.30.
Polynesian Encampment No.
I. O. of O. F. at 7:30.
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Council No. G80 A.
Departure of the W. II. Dimoud
for San Francisco, at noon. Mail
closes at 11 o'clock.
Dairy Maid Social at Y. M. C. A.
hall, at 7:30.
BT J. r. JIOROAN.
At 12 o'clock noon, three mort
gagees sales of property situate in
Honolulu, Hawaii and other places.
Full particulars in another column.
DAIRY MAID SOCIAL.
Tomorrow evening, Saturday
April 20th, at 7:30 o'clock, a Dairy
Maid Social, under the auspices of
the Y. W. C. T. Union will take
place at the Y. M. C. A. hall. An
attractive programme of pantomimes
and tableaux will bo given, and
ginger bread and milk served. All
are cordially invited to come. Young
people will bo heartily welcomed.
Admission, 25 cents.
POSTAL MONEY ORDERS.
The Hawaiian Government and
the Government of the United States
of America have agreed upon an
"Additional Convention," concern
ing tho exchange of postal money
orders between the two countries,
which has been this day olllcially
published in the "P. C. Advertiser."
By this Convention the maximum
of each order is fixed at one hun
dred dollars (8100). This agree
ment will como into effect on tho
24th day of Jimo, 1880.
DAILY BUIdrtHfl3N: HONQkULTj;, Hv, t,
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
Parol evidence cannot bo admit
ted to contradict, add to, or vary
tho terms of a wiittcn contract, still,
parol evidence is sometimes admis
sible for the purpose of correcting
mistnkes, but such ovidonce will bo
watched by the court with the ut
most jealousy, and should never be
allowed to prevail, unless it amounts
to the strongest possible proof.
Praise vs. Kcaloha, 1 Haw. 48.
Passengers are entitled not only
to provisions, but ship room, com
forts, kindness, etc.
vs. Apcar, 1 linw. 10.
The defendant, as
"Wahine ct al
master of a
packet running to California, having
conveyed a judgment debtor of the
plaintiff's out of the kingdom with
out a passport, was held liable for
the debt, under the provisions of
the passport law of 1852. Sawyer
vs. Patj-, 1 Haw. 115.
Thero is a subsisting indebted
ness upon a promissory note, before
it arrives at maturity, sulllcicnt to
justify the Collector-General, upon
the creditor's request in refusing ti
passport to the debtor. Hardy vs.
Collector-General 1 Haw. 272.
A promissory note given in settle
ment of an account, is a sufllciont
indebtedness, before it arrives at
maturity, to justify the Collector
General,upon the creditor's request,
in refusing :x passport to the debtor.
Hardy vs. Collector-General, 1 Haw.
r-AVt'N OR PLEDGE.
The law in regard to the use of
pawns and pledges is laid down as
follows: 1. If the pawn is of such a
nature that the due preservation of
it requires some use there, such use
is not only justifiable, but it is in
dispensable to the faithful discharge
of the duty of thepawnce. 2. If the
pawn is of such a nature that it will be
worse for the use, such for instauce,
as the wearing of clothes, which arc
deposited thero, the use is prohibit
ed to the pawnee. 3. If the pawn
is of such a nature that the keeping
I is a charge to the pawnee, as if it is
may milk the cow and uic the milk,
and ride the horse by way of recom
pense, for the keeping. 4. If the
use will be beneficial to the pawn,
the pawnee it seems may use it. 5.
If the use will be without any injury
and yet the pawn will thereby be
exposed to extraordinary perils
there, the use is impliedly inter
dicted. A ship if pawned, cannot be used
by the pawnee, without the consent
of the owner. Howard vs. Hubert
son, 1 Haw. 15.
The court expressed the opinion
that a party cannot be legally con
victed of perjury for a false state
ment made in the probate court, in
a proceeding which was irregular
and unauthorized. Rex ys. Kanca
kua 1 Haw. 1!)5.
PETITION IN EQUITY.
Upon petition in equity address
ed to the Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court, process may be issued
returnable before any justice, acting
as chief justice for the time being.
Clouston vs. Ogden, 1 Haw. 174.
I'OLICE JUSTICES JURISDICTION.
Tho Polico Justices of Honolulu
and Lahaina have jurisdiction over
torts and wrongs arising upon the
high seas, when committed en board
of Hawaiian vessels.
The jurisdiction of our courts ex
tends to a marine league from the
shore along the coasts of the isl
ands. Rex vs. Parisli et al 1 Haw.
l'OSTl'ONEMENT or TRIAL.
Notice of a motion for a postpone
ment of trial ought to be given to
the opposite party, together with
a copy of the aljidavit upon which
the motion is based ; and it is ne
cessary that some specific time be
mentioned in a motion to postpone
trial ; and also state that the wit
nesses can be had at the time to
which the trial is to be deferred.
But when tins had not been done,
the court granted the motion, upon
condition that tho coBts of the oppo
site party should be paid instanter,
that is within twenty-four hours.
Judd vs. Ladd, 1 Haw. 11.
At least two days' notice of an in
tended application to put off a trial
should be given to the adverse party
or his attorney, with a copy of the
affidavit to be produced as a foun
dation for the motion, if tho neces
sity for it was at that time known to
the mover. Howard vs. Ilubertson,
1 Haw. 45.
When tho ground of the applica
tion is the absence of u material wit
ness, the affidavit should state the
name of the witness, the facts he is
expected to prove, and that without
his testimony tho party cannot
safely proceed to trial. It should
also state what exertions have been
used to procure the desired evidence
and at what time tho witness is ex
pected to be present. lb.
Where the adverse party admits
that tho absent witness would, if
present, testify to tho facts slated
in the affidavit, a continuance will
not be graiilcd. lb.
I'OWER 01' ATTORNEY.
Power of attorney admitted to be
read, its execution purporting to
have been sworn to by tho subscrib
ing witnesses, before the Lord
Mayor of York, England, who certi
fied the same olllcially. Will of
Porter, X Haw. 108.
The club met last evening nt the
club rooms, Louis Toussaiut in the
chair. The five applicants for mem
bership who were proposed last
week were unnniniuusly elected.
Thcjcominlltco appointed to give an
culertninincnt to tho petty olllccr3
of the IT. S. S. Alert, reported hav
ing fully carried out the purpose of
their appointment, and wore dis
chaiged. Action upon the proposed
amendment of the constitution was
postponed until the first Monday of
S. S. KINAU.
The Kinau left this afternoon with
n full cargo and the following pas
sengers for the Volcano: Miss
Lohman, Miss F. Lohniau, Miss
Folgcr, Mrs. Evans, Miss Sclden,
Mrs. J. C. Sclden, J. A. Folgcr, Jr.,
E. C. Macfai'liiuc, Mr. Sclden, Mrs.
Belloe, and Miss Evorson. For
way ports : Miss Maronio, A
Bailey and wife, Mrs. Alexander
and child, E. I'. Znmwalt, L. W.
Zutmvalt, L. Al. Bildwin, D. L. Na
ono, Mr. Lehman, J. A. Low, W.
W. Goodalc, G. V. C. Jones, Mrs.
M. D. Monsarrat, nurse and two
children, Mis3 Ahiona and GO deck.
A HUNDRED MILLIONS FOR (IATI0NAL
A London correspondent gives
some details of the national defence
programme of the British Govern
ment, which, in its magnitude and
completeness, is greater than has
ever been adopted by any other
country. The total programme in
volves an expenditure of 100,000,-
000, which will bo raised by means
of a defence loan. It is proposed
lo build, before 18'J5, some twenty
or twenty-two battle ships on the
lines of the latest ironclads, the
Nile and the Trafalgar, and also to
construct nearly fifty fast cruisers.
The torpedo boats will be increased
both in number and efficiency. The
Government dockyards will be work
ed to their fullest extent, and every
contractor in the kingdom who can
take orders with a certainty of ex
ecuting them promptly will be cer
tain to receive as many orders as he
can fulfil. The guns for the land
defences at home and abroad will
be greatly increased in number, and
the pattern will be of the latest and
most effective description. The old
muzzle-loaders will be taken away,
and breechloaders will be substituted
for them not only in the forta, but
in the liorso and field branches of
the royal regiments of artillery. Tho
scheme is so vast that the Govern
ment factories at Woolwich, En
field, Wcedon, and Birmingham will
bo quite unable to supply the stores
and munitions to the War Office fa8t
enough, and orders arc to bo given
for cartridges, gunpowder, and
small stores to all contractors who
can carry out the orders.
DELICIOUS I'm- Ice I'rinin. ficsli
ever.. iuy only $! per millon, at
llioPioiitir m am Catii: Fiflorj and
IJtkory, IlnM hit ott, between Nuuanu
and Fori iiirot. 2'2'j 3t
i7ASTERKKS foi th lutlo oihm. al
l.i Hart & Co.'s O
Candy Store, Hotel
OSTER Eicr in grosser Auswalil in
Hurt & Co 's Caiulv Fabric, Hotel
A MEETING of the Stockholders of
tins Mutual Telephone Cumr.nuy
will be held nt tho Coinrauj's building,
on FRIDAY, April amii, ut a r w., to
consid.M u prop'isitif n u on'iilMate
with tho llnw.iiiun licll 'I th phone Co.
C. O. IJEROElf,
22S td He retitry.
Please note on Eastward Trip's Time
9:12 a. M. Bishop's.
0:17 A. m. AValKihi.
be star eil Sundays only.
Fort Stroot, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmllilng, Dras, Carls &
Wagon Building p. tpoclally.
13 very decrptlnn of work in tho
above llnuH pin formed in u tlrct class
manner and ex outud ut sh rt not hie.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
E2f Oidurs from the oilier Inlands
solicited. Will be rloun'i to hu all
our old customers at wull as new ones.
T)Y a Young Man
to take chin gc of
Has had plantn-
JL) stock or 'm hum
Address "Lunn," this
'"pillS afternoon on Fort or ICiiif:
JL struct, bctuci'ii Flbhel's store and
Fnlninn, a. piece ot liluck Figured Silk.
Return to Mis. Aelii or this otllcu 2!5 Iw
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
moBt popular paper published,
APBffia 39, 1880,.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June J I, '89.
Races lo Comniflnco al 10 o'clock a. m.
Ist KMUEIIAMEHA PLATE:
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
ljrf mile dash.
1 mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
3rd KING'S PLATE:
TKOTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 3 to harness. Ha
wailnu bred horses.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE:
nUXNINO.BACK. H mile dash.
Free for all.
5th G0VEIIN0R D0MINIS' CUP:
Hawaiian bred horses.
Gth WAIMANALO CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Three rniuuto
class. Mile hents; best 2 in 3. For
all horses that have never beaten 3
7th FUTUniTY STAKES:
HUXNING RACK. Hwtcpslakcs
"f ?'!.'" JLf mile dnsh For Hawaiian
lir-'d 2 yr oldi 1!) entries filled
m:h1 closed 18?.
8th KPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
!i ill Miii: Ih-iI-hic
i - i li rccoid
lo be lut ulteappid
; .!! .'! in .'. All
(if -2: 0 .i belter
Gth R0SITA CHALLENGE 0UP:
RUNNING RACK. 1 mile dash.
Frou lor nil, i-.tier to beat 1:155j
To I).: mi' for annually.
HOTEL STABLE'S CUP,
RUNNING RACE. M mile heats;
bust H in It. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years. Win
ner last year, Watcrford'Colt.
1 1th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING nnd PACING. Mile
lio.its; best 2 in 3. For nil horses
not having a record of 2:40 or
better. To bo driven by members
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATErtFORD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1J4' mile dash.
Hawaiian bicd h-irses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVEIrY RACE RUNNING. I
mile dash. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
!Jid quarter and 4th quarter. Ha.
waiian bred horses.
1411) PONY RACE:
RUNNING, lmllo dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha
Desirable Investment 1
silo of ii 1-Story Cotlnce.
wily ne.v, containing parlor.
dining-room, 4 bedrooms, ki'ehen, bath.
100m and v.uiur-clntct, veritulii, stable,
wagon-shed, chicken lioiite and yard,
flower garden, etc. Lot OTixlOO feet,
and lcncd lot tidjuininjj 1!iTt feet.
Situate al Knimlamn, niauloi hide of
King street. Thci' premise v. ill nrob
ably lie void at a g'eal tmrpiin at Pub.
lie Auction on SATURDAY, April 20,
1889, nt 12 o'clock noon, by .hums F.
Morgan, auctioneer; under foreclosure
to satisfy a moilgugo of sfl,000 intcicst
and coit". Parties desliing a good in
vestment will do well to nltend. 227 2t
Will practice in the lower rourls f the
Kingdom us attorney, attend to i-nlhct
ing in all Its liitiiiclic, renting nt houses
and nuy other business ciitiusud to him.
Ollice 01 King Street Upstairs.
JiiBt received per hark "G. 11.
Wilcox" from Germany.
roit KAi.r. my
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Genau 1. "G. N. Wilcox"
Has just arrived with nn
From Kngluml aud Germuny.
rem ham: at
H. Haokfeld & Co.'s.
RMk.A A TTKN'TION is railed to
" TEffLE OF FASHION,"
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
I wish to call attention to the ladies that the Stock liaa
been selected personally and the
Dry Goods ! Fancy Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing, etc., etc.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To be had at tho Temple of Fashion.
We Invite Inspection -TMV&- No Trouble to Show Good
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
BSTOn account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new aud
magnifieient slock will bo sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, llibbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
IIosicr3', Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hals, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
JSoll rJCcliliouo, CO -a Da? aXutiml U.""oloilioiie, S'T'X
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SSOCXirOJe. and IJaiSJEi. wjeex:bl"x
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as arc wanted ;
GBEtiS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;.
Old rJCoiii Gin, Bent Brand in tlio Mar Ice t;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands ot
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bittors, "Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinarl Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinfaiidel, Malaga, Tokay,
All of which will bo Bold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1U1) FOBT STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agonts for P. Lorillard &. Co.'a Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'b -
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - Ti Hotel' Street,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
AT LOWEST HATES by
& DEALERS IN-
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