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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., APEIL 2, 183R.
TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 188!.
Stinr V G Halt how Hawaii and
Sclir Mile Morris from Kooluu
Sclir ICu Au Won from Kwa
Stinr Wiilnlealo for ICuiml at 5 p m
Stinr 3Ilkahnla for Ktiii'tl at 5 in
Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolait
Sclir I.ukn for Koluila
Swhr Kawalluul for Koolau
Fur Moloknl per stinr Mokolll Apill
22 Mrs MuCoiiiston, chldrcn ami ser
vant. For Ilamakua per stinr I walnut, A pi 11
22 J D Tiegloan.
For Maul per stinr Llkcllke. April 2'J
J W ICaliia and wife, Capt J A King,
.1 Good, I)r St G Walters. C A Peacock,
Mrs Geo K Ucckwlth, and 40 deck.
Thu W G Hall sails again for Maul
and Hawaii on Filday at 10 a in.
Thu Ameiluaii haik Newsboy is tak
ing In sugar.
Thobkttic DUeovoiy will sail about
Saturday for mui i ruiiulsco with a full
load of sugar.
. The following cases on the April
calendar of ttie Supreme Court have
been jury waived and will probably
be heard in vacation : liobt. More
vs. llawuiian Government. As
sumpsit. Skinner & Co. vs. 0. T.
Guliclc, Tax Collector. Assumpsit.
Hawaiian Government vs. AV. II.
THE GRIM. CON. CASE.
The case of B. II. Kabananui vs.
V. V. Ash ford, criminal conversa
tion, is still on trial in the Supreme
Court before a mixed jury. It com
menced Monday, April luth, mid
since then thirty-seven witnesses
have been examined. The defend
ant was nn the stand this morning.
Quite a large number attend Court
every day to hear the case which is
the longest on record. Much of the
evidence is entirely unfit for publi
cation. GETTING INTO DEBT.
The fashion of getting into debt
seems not to be so popular in some
parts of Europe as in others. In
any event, the subjects of King
Milan do not look as complacently
upon his record in this respect as
do the subjects of certain other
monarchs, real or prospective. The
nowspapcrs have been investigating
Milan's financial affairs and have
found he owes the Bank of Vienna
200,000 francs, the president of the
bank 80,000, the Pcsth Bank 300,000
and has other debts which aggregate
010,000 francs, or about 182,000.
Considering his opportunities, one
may be pardoned for wondeung that
the royal debtor does not make a
far worbe showing than this. Ex.
WILL PROBABLY RECOVER.
The Chinaman mentioned in yes
terday's issue as having been shot
by sonic person unknown at Kaa
laea, will probably recover. Capt.
Larscn and Dr. Wood returned from
that place yesterday afternoon. The
man, it appears, heard a noise out
side of the plantation house, and
upon going out saw a Cbinaman
running awa. He went after the
prowler when the latter turned on
his pursuer and fired two shots at
him with u revolver. One shot took
effect, entering the right bieast,
passing through the lungs, and lodg
ing in muscles near the shoulder
blade. The wounded man was
brought to town last evening in a
chair, and is now in the care of
friends. The perpertrator of the
deed has not yet been discovered.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
IU'.rOKB JUUI), c. J.
Tuksijay, April 23d.
In re estate II. It. II, Likelike M.
Clegbom. Trustees first account.
Disbursements 10,C57. 17
Balance to credit of
trustee , 2,381.18
Cecil Brown for trustee.
Ill re guardianship of II. 11. II.
Princess Kaiulani Clcghonl. First
account of Hon. A. ti. Cleghorn,
guardian. Account ordered ap
proved. Receipts 87,804.35
Bal. to credit of ward., $2,0 1G.53
bi:fohi: 1'nr.STON j.
Kaleka vs. K. Wery. Petition
for admeasurement of dower. Con
tinued fiom lDlli. Further con
tinued to the 2Glh.
The matter of the estate of J. B.
Keohoku (k) proof of will, was con
Tut.sday, April 23rd.
Ileela and Weloliu were each fin
ed 85 ith $1 costs for drunkenness.
R. W. Davis, charged with furious
and heedless driving, was remanded
to the 20th.
Lundroff was fined 84 with SI ;30
costs for furious and heedless driving.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun mango season is near at hand
and the small boy chuckleUi.
A notick to tho creditors of W. It.
Huolinnan appenra elsewhere.
Land in the vicinity of tlu propos
ed road along the beach is wanted.
Noirn'u chicken house was cutcitd
last night and eighteen fat chickens
O.v Thumlny Mr. h. J. Levey will
hold two undei writer's hales of tindui
hliirls and liqtiois.
His Honor the Chief Justice leaves
next Tuesday for Hilo to hold a term
of the Third Circuit Comt.
Mil. Max Eckart's jewelry store
will bo open for public inspection all
day to-nionow. Tho sale takes place
A notiou relating to a petition for
tho dissolution of tho l'apaikou Su
gar Company appears in our By
Tun Hawaiian nnd Foieign jurots
are requested to be in attendance in
the Supicmo Couit at 10 o'clock to
Tun S. S. Umatilla will bo duo
hero fiom San Francisco on Fiiday,
May Hid. Tho S. S. Maiiposa will bo
due the same day fiom the Colonies.
Tin: "BuM.r.TiN Weekly Summary"
is out to-day, full of interesting local
and island news. There is nothing
like it published in tho islands, for
sending abroad to friends.
In tho l'olico Court yesterday W.
McCandlcsswas lined $2 with .flUO
costs, for being a common nuisance,
by keeping dead bhecp on his pre
mises. An appeal to the Supieme
Court was noted.
An inquebl on tho body of August
Leitz, tho German carpentor, who
died biuldonly was hold yesterday
afternoon, the jury returning a or
dict, "That August Leitz came to his
death by natural causes brought on
by excessive drinking.
Marshal Sopor's sons sent up a
hot air balloon of lisiue paper this
morning fiom tho family residence,
Xumimi Valley. It was about six
feet in length, and its ascension in
terested quite a number of persons.
This is the tbiul balloon the boys
have sent up with success.
Messus. MeCandlcfcs Biotluprs, who
have been engaged putting down an
artcMnu well for Hon. J. B. Athei ton,
at his lesidenco, King stieet, stiuck
llowing water, lasteening,ata(lepth
of 010 feet. Boiingis not yet com
pleted, but will be continued until
the How has aequil cd full sticnglh.
Mil. Jim Sherwood, well and favor
ably known as diiver of the W.iikiki
'1ms for along peiiod, is now in
charge of the Waikiki bathhouse.
Impiovenients arc being made for
the convenience and comfort of b.ith
eis, and Jim can always buielied
upon for strict attention to the re
quiicmcnth of palions.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Queen's Own at Armory,
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. O. F.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Court Lunalilo, No. 0000 A. O.
F., at 7:30.
In this issue will be found the
Oceanic Steamship Company's olll
cial time table for the steamers be
tween San Francisco, Honolulu and
the Colonies. It will appear in the
columns of this paper and also the
Weekly Summary until the end of
the year, and should any changes
be made they will be noted.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. P. JIOHOAN.
At 10 o'clock, at the residence of
Mr. W. W. Campbell, 73 Bcrctania
street, the entire household furni
ture. Particular attention is called
to the very handsome wicker pat lor
set, and also a number of fine oil
paintings and pictures. The furni
ture is open to inspection until 9
o'clock this evening.
The report of the superintendent
of the Insane Asylum for the quarter
ending March 31st, shows that the
whole number of patients on the
register on that dato was 07; num
ber of patients admitted during the
quarter 0, number discharged 3.
The only death was that of an aged
man who was in the lust stage of
general paralysis when admitted.
He lived about tlvo weeks after being
received at tho Asylum.
Last evening at the Metropolitan
Meat Market, tho four quarters of
a very fine animal was suspended on
the hooks. The animal, quartered,
with portions of tho neck removed,
weighed a triflo over 1200 pounds.
The beef was very fat and in every
way splendid looking. This animal
camo from lion. Sam Parker's
ranch, on the island of Hawaii, and
is ono of a shipment of 27. They
aro not all large as this one, but
will average about 800 pounds per
head. Mr. L'nrker has a largo sup
ply of similar animals on his ranch,
Iu Uiazil there is a tribe called
'Gafusos," which has sprung into
cxi9tenco by marriage between the
long, stiff-haired natives ami the iuij
ported negro slaycs.
COLONISTS IT.l'.L TOWARD
Mr. G. W. Gritlln, American Con
sul at Sydney, was interviewed in
San Francisco by a representative
of the "Post" of' that city, when he
"One of the inott important mat
ters at present being considered by
tho colonial government aie the at
tempts continually being made by
Canada to increase lis commciclal
interests with the Colonics. Canada
is trying hard to come in and secure
the wall service, and, in fact, all the
American trade. I hope this will be
averted, though it will be a difficult
matter for the United States steam
ers to compete with those of Canada
and Great Britain, which are so
heavily subsidized. The pcoplo of
tho Colonies, strange as it may
seem, do not in any way favor in
creased relationship with Canada as
much as they do with the United
States. American products suit
them best, and aro eagerly looked
for, and the colonists like the Am
"The Governor-General of Can
ada recently addressed a communi
cation to the colonial governments
inviting them to send delegates to
Canada for the purpose of conferring
upon the best means of establishing
more intimate trade relations and a
closer telegraphic communication
between Canada and the Colonies.
As I stated before, the colonial gov
ernments look with more favor upon
America, and as a consequence tho
preposal of Canada did not meet
with much approval by the govern
ment of New South Waies.
"Tho premiers of all the Colonies
aro unanimous in their opinion that
no advantages were to bo gained by
the colonial governments through
such a union, and answered the coin
municaf.on of the Governor-General
of Canada by suggesting that if the
Canadian Government desired to
confer upon the subject, it would be
better to send its delegates to Mel
bourne or some other important
point in the Colonics.
"Canada realizes that the present
close commercial relations between
the Australasian Colonies and the
United States will in lime prove dis
astrous to its commcicial interests
and is seeking every means to dis
courage the iclations between the
two countries. It is principally for
this reason that Canada would like
to secure the contract for the mail
service between the United States
and Australia, by establishing a
direct service between England,
Canada, and the Colonies, and con
necting the three great commercial
points by a submarine cable via
Vancouver Island, and freeze the
United States government out of its
piesent favorable connections with
the Colonies. Canada will, how
ever, find this a very hard matter to
"Sir Henry Atkinson, Premier of
New Zealand, who is very pronounc
ed in his sentiments in favor of the
United States, at a recent meeting
of colonial representatives, express
ed his opinion that the Colonists
could not trade any better with
Canada on account of its being also
a part of the British Empire.
" 'We have no interest in Can
ada,' said he, 'beyond a very re
mote one, in the questions between
it and its great neighbor, which at
times assume so excitable a shape.
The destiny of absorption in the
great nation of the United States
many of us regard as the best thing
that could happen to it. In any
case we feel no interest besides the
languid one of curiosity in the mat
ter. We shall ceitainly enter into
no arrangement intended to prevent
such a result. Our feelings toward
our kinsmen of the United States
are quite as cordial as those toward
our kinsmen in Canada. It would
be but a piece of loyal hypocrisy to
"On another occasion," continu
ed Consul Giifiln, referring to a
memorandum, "at a convention of
colonial representatives the question
of the existing mail service between
the United States and the Colonics
was in some wa' brought before the
convention, and discussed in a man
ner that plainly showed that the
feeling of the Colonists was stronger
for America than for Canada. One
of the most prominent statesmen
was quoted as saying, 'But a mail
service with America must bo well
woith maintaining. Sixty millions
of English speaking people are liv
ing there, and these numbers aro in
creasing with extraordinary rapidity.
They are, as it so happens, our
nearest neighbors of what we, who
aro f.0 very new, may call the old
world, and the possibilities of a
large mutual commerce must exist.'
A BRAVE WOMAN.
Mius Flavin, a young lady from
Liverpool, is on her way to Father
Damieu'H lupor colony. Uravc, earn
est woman, she knows that hIio is
about to doom herself to a rcpultmo
lifo among pariahs whoto only busi
ness is to await u loathsome death;
hut bhu feds that it is her mission to
leave her hiolhci' and two sisters in
England, and dovoto hertclf to help
ing thu Father, "lam," alio said to
a hiond recently, "not becking noto
riety or lowaid, only tho spiritual
comfort of doing for thobo dying crea
tines what their terriblodiseiibo keeps
other peoplo from doing," Lcudon
"Papa, is Queen Victoria iu the
soup too?" -"Not exactly. She's in
tue IvlsU stew." A'ucir.
WHAT THEY TAKE TO DRINK.
No member of President Harri
son's Cabinet is a total abstainer,
though Wnnnamakcr publicly frowns
upon intoxicants. Mr. llariison
likes a swallow of Iiish whiskey now
and then. Blaine is a connoisseur
of Ficnch wines, Windom enjoys n
dinner at which each couisc has its
appropriate stimulant. Tracy is
fond of a pint of chautpamic at
lunch. Noble likes malt diiuks and
indulges every day in a bottle of un
polled ale. Miller seldom takes any
thing but rye and seltzer, while
Rusk swallowa his coin juice plain.
Elijah Halford has never tasted
wliisUey, but has sipped champagne
on convivial occasions. "Chicago
Xollccs under thU head are charged 10 cents
per line for the first insertion, and 6 cents yer line
every additional insertion.
TAFFY on Slick at the "Elite."
X 22!) lw
WHAT'S all this excitement aloutf
Why. Uari A Ci Imvii lemoveil
their Candy Stoie Into thu "Jllitc Icu
Cream l'nrlms," and young and old aro
crowding thuir elegant pallors. 229 3t
r10 purchase Liuid In I lie
JL vicinity of the proposed
road along the beach to Wai
kiki. Apply to
MEDIUM sio second hand Safe.
Address r O. Uox !!5'J. 230 2t
MISS 1 TINKLE'S School will open
on MUND VY, Apiil 2l)tli. ficnch
and German will be taught in.thu school
course without extr.i charge. 2'JO 2t
IN THE SUPREME COURT
of the Hawaiian Island. In the
mutter of the Umkruptcv of Win. It.
liuelnniui, by wli-nn a l'eli'lon lor adju
dication was filed on the 22nd da of
April, 1880, in said Cour'. In llmli
ruptcy, Lefore Chief .Justice Juihl. The
22nd day of Apt il. 1580.
Upon reading the .'aid Petition, and
upon prool before me l Uimi, I do find
that the said W'm. It. HUCIIAN'AN has
become h Bankrupt wi'lii i lite tine in
tenl and meiniug of th Art npproul
on tho20tli day of August, rt81, entitled
"An Act t) regulate piorccdhijM in
Bankruptcy in the Haw liiati Inlands "
And I do hereby declare and adjudge
him liankrupt accordingly.
And I do further older that the Credi
tors of the ?uid Bankrupt come in nnd
prove their debts before Mich Justice of
the Supreme Court as Minll be sitting in
Chanibcis at Aliiolnni Hile, Honolulu,
on the 27th day of Apr!', 1830, be.
tween the hours of 10 o'clock in tho fore
noon and noon of the taid day, and elect
one or more Asulgncc or Assignees of
tho stud Bankrupt's estate.
And that notice thcicof he published
in the Daily Bulletin newspaper pub.
lished in Honolulu, in the English lan
guage. And that tho said IJankrupt hhall
immediately Hie with the Clerk of this
Honorable Court a schedule of his Cre
ditors and Assets, as leipdred by the
A. F. .TUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: J. il. Ucist, Deputy Clerk.
Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
City of Poking Juno
Austialia , . .Juno
Zc.il.uidiu .September 28
Australia October 11
Alameda October 20
Aiibti.Uiu, , ., November lfi
Mariposa May -1
Aubtralia May 10
Zcalandia June 1
Australia June 7
Alameda, , Juno 29
Australia July 5
Mariposa.. ,., July 27
Australia August 2
Zealand i.i , ., Augtibt 2i
Australia , .August 30
Alameda , Heptc inber 21
Aiibtialia,., September 27
Mai ipomi ...... October IU
Australia October 20
Zcalandia. . . , , November 10
Australia , . .November 22
Alameda , December Id
Oceanic iileiiiiisliip Cumin'.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEHAMEHA PLATE:
Free for Ml.
1)2 mile dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
Hawailau bred horses
3rd KING'S PLATE:
1 mile dash.
TROTTING and PACING. Slilo
heals; best 2 iu !l to harness. Ha
waiian bred lioiscs.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE:
Free for all.
Gth GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING ItAOE. ?1 mile dash,
llawuiian bud hoius.
Glh WAIMANALO CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Three minute
class. Alilc heats; best 2 iu II. For
all horse3 that have never beaten 3
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
RUNNING RACE. SwccpsUikes
of $25 yv mile dash. For Hawaiian
brnl 2 year olds, lit entries filled
and closed 188S.
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACINO. li'iec
tut nil Mile hunts; I"1 It in .".. All
hor i"- wi li record oT 'J; 0 ki b.'lter
to be liamllcippul.
9lh ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dish.
Fice for itll, wiKiici to beat l:t5.
To bs in a foi nii'iit'illy.
10th HAW AHA i
RUNNING RACE, y, mile heats;
best 2 in !l. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years. Win.
ncr last year, Waterford Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
hcata; best 2 In 3. For all horses
not having a record of 2:40 or
better To bo driven by members
ol the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERFORD CUP:
RUNNING RACE. 1,y mile dash.
Iliwaiian bred horses.
131h OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNING. 1
mile dash. 1st quarter, 2nd quarter,
3rd quarter and 4th quarter. Ha
waiian bred horses.
14th PONY RACE:
RUNNING, lmilo dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha.
yon hive any bill against W. R.
actio (esneciallv nerlulninir to the
h.uifurd loiecksiirc), please tend it in.
AMj person having claims against
Lyilln IC. Pilkui will pie imj piesent
thfiu without didiy to the undersigned
nt his olllce on Queen street
JOHN T. COLHURN,
Attoinuv-in.fucl fur L. K, Ena,
Honolulu, Apiil 22, 18-y. 230 lw
W. McGUIIU: having moved life
lilaeo of business from the olllce
of the Hawaiian Transfer Co., to the
harness shun of F. Phlllns. No. Ui' Klmr
btieet, Iicrs to notify his ft lends anil the
public generally that he Is ready lo con
tinue the expiefs and drav biHlnehS
under the name of J. W. McCSiibe. Hell
Telephone No. in, .Mutual lis. iwo tf
AMKETINO of the Stockholders of
tho .Mutual Tclci!u".n Cunrmt y
'w 111 he held at tho Conii u Vln lili'ie,
on FJtlDAY, April '.Miii, ".t -i . ., t
consider a proposition . em ,1 'ut
with the Hawaiian Del1 I i ' u r ..
O. O. kikii:ii,
223 td souiiiu.y.
Will practice in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
big in all Us branches, renting nf houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Office 01 King Htrcct Upstairs.
Borders & Decorations,
A- 1Vfxa Xot 1
IjUIohL frtt'loB !
I nut llooolvml !
Ami for tale at reduced prices,
WILDER & CO.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
COIIISEH HOTEL &
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
I wish to cull attention to the ladies that the Stock has
been selected personally and the
Dry Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing, etc., etc.
THE REST ASSORTMENT OF THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To bo had at the Temple of Fashion.
Wo Invito Inspection -acsr No Trouble to Show Goods
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
JK"On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magnilicient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho stock con
sists of the lati'M in Fine Dre-s and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Fcatlieis, Uiblmns, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hools Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of (J cuts', Youths' and Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Tiunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "AKCADE" you can save mono'.
Hell rJColeilionc", GO "U CQr
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Caso;
SCOTCH and IIISJEi WHISKY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
FJEMBCTOJEI J3Xfc.JN DISSS,'
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, a8 aro wanted ;
GiS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Ulack), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old 'X'oiii Gin, BcNt .Brand in tho larltot;;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
Iu Hulk and Case. All Ilraiuls of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German BeerEtc,,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes, ;
In Tints and QunrtB. V
Bittors. liiquci'B Ausinthe,
Apollinuri Water, Kiunmolo1,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinlaiulol, Mulugii, Toltny, Madeira,
Iort, Sliorry, llioBling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER St, CO.
101) FOIST STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
At'cnts for I. Lorillaid it Co.'a Tobaccoa, & W. S. KiinbAll & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Btreot.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Mutiuil 'XVleplione. 1
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST RATES by
A IJKAI.nitS IN-