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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1889.
Behr Rainbow from Koolau
Sohr Mmy fiom KhuiiI
fctuir .j as Makco from Kauai
MlUahala (or Lnlinlnu, Jtaalaea, Kona
and Kau ut 10 n in
fitmr ivllauen llou for Hawaii at 4 i m
l'r Mikalmla, July 19 -for the Vol
cano: Di-haute bach, Dr W Sehcwel
koff, V tl .McLean and wife and R X
Webster. For way pons: l'rlnuc D Ka
wananakoa, J M Mousunat, l'roi W 1)
Alexander, Mis J Itodanet, Mr Klffel,
J W Kulun, D H Xahhm .iud sou, La
kalo, E Smith, Col Xonls, Mrs A Clark
aud GO deck.
From Kauai per stmr Jas Makce.
July 10 Geo E rnhchlldand 12 deck.
Tho .las Makce brought 2J37 bags of
sugar from Kuual July luth
A CHINESE WEDDINC.
IutereKtlnc Ceremony at tlio Chi
urNO Church Tho UocornttuiiH,
Ycstcrdnyovcning an event took
place at the Chinese church whicji
attracted a lare number of people.
It wa9 the marriage of Mr. Chang
Kim to Miss Mary Quai Ying, the
ceiemony being performed in Eng
lish by the Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D.
The bride is probably the best edu
cated Chinese lady in the Hawaiian
islands. She was a ward of Mr.
"W. Hall and was for four years a
Btudent at Kawaiahao Female Semi
nary. She is very pretty aud ex
ceedingly ladylike in her manners.
The bridegroom is employed in the
law ollice of Ashford & Ashford,
and was educated at Iolani school.
He is a young man of much pro
mise, speaking several languages
The interior of the church was
very beautifully decorated for the
occasion. The pulpit platform was
covered with evergreens, white
flowers, potted ferns -and small
palms. At the ends of the aisles on
cither side were arches of ever
greens on which were hung Chinese
lanterns jot different colors. The
lamp chandeliers were festooned
with branches of the poncianci. On
the gallery desk stood pois of ferns
and palms The guests, as they
Rwived, were shown to seats by a
corps of Chinese ushers. Among
those invited and present were:
Mr. Justice and Mrs. McCully,
Hun. S. M and Mrs. Damon, His.
Ex. Attorney - General Ashford,
Rev. H. aud Mra. Bingham, Mrs.
Coan, Rev. W. D. and Mrs. "West
ervult, Rev. S. E. and Mrs. Bishop,
Hon. W. R. and Mrs. Castle, Dr.
J. M. and Mrs. Whitney, Dr. F. R.
and Mrs. Day, Rev. C. W. and Mrs.
Sherman, Major J. II. Wodehouse,
II. B. M.'s Commissioner, Miss
Wodehouse, Mrs. J. R. S. Kynners
ley, Mrs. J. M. Damon, Rev. Dr. E.
G. aud Mrs. Beck with, Miss Bcck
with, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall,
Mrs. S. N. Castle, Prof. W. D.
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Taro
Audo, Rev. Dr. C. M. and Mrs.
Hvde, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carter,
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Gribble, Mrs.
C. A. lirown, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Damon, Mrs. M. Beckwiih, Mr.'and
Mrs. J., O. Carter, Rev. H. H.
Gowen, Rev. J. Bicknell, Messrs.
Goo Kim and Alee, Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson, Deputy Mar
shal Creighlon, Mrs. Oilman, Misses
Dickson (3), Rolston, Patch, Hop
pin, Waugh, Renwick, Bicknell,
Mary Green nnd Puyson, Messrs.
J.iines Ashford, Jolm Bush, A. F.
Cooke, V. V. Asuiord, U. II. White,
J. A. Magoon, J. Shaw and Wray
Taylor of the Bulletin, There
was also a large number of Chinese
present, the church being complete
Previous to the hour set for the ce
remony Mrs. A. F. Judd played sev
eral selections on the cabinet organ,
. and the bridal party entered the
church to the strains of Mendel
ssohn's wedding march. The couple
took a position just below the pulpit
platform, and after prayer by the
Chinese pastor, the Rev. Dr. Hyde
performed the ceremony.
The newly married couple then re
tired to tho'large hall of the Chinese
Y. M.C.A., the interior of which was
dccoiated with Chinese, American,
Hawaiian and English flags. Here
they held a reception for about an
hour, those present in the church
and many others attending to offer
their congratulations. Some de
licious ice cream and toothsome
cakes were served by Mr. F. Horn.
The whole of the arrangements were
in the hands of Mr. F. W. Damon
and were perfect in every respect.
The exterior of the Y. M. C. A.
building and the approaches leading
to it were illuminated with colored
At a meeting of the St, Andrew's
Church Association held Inst even
ing, the Rev. George Wallace read
a very interesting paper on the
Washington Centennial. A discus
sion followed. Tho odlcers for the
ensuing year should have been elect
ed, but the old officers were asked
to remain in office until tho next
taeetluffito He hold in September.
10CAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A oood Umily carriage is adver
A MAimiKD couplo is wanted to fill
Messks. Castle it Cooko have bar
rels of salmon for sale.
TroF. W. D. Alexander loft on tho
Mikalmla this morning for a week's
visit on Maui.
Something) mew nnd very fine in
small Manila cigars is for sale at the
Mn. Webster, It. N., the efficient
ticket ngunl of tlio 1. I. S. N. Co. left
for a trip to the olcano this morning.
The liaceball mutch to-morrow af
ternoon between the Kamehaniehas
and Stare commences nt3:ri0 o'clock.
The Manufacturers' Shoo Com
pany, Hotel street, will bo open every
Saturday ovening until further no
tice. Mr. Lovoy does not hold any sale
at Eg.m it Co.'s store this evening,
but will on Saturday ovening hold
the grand closing out sale.
Those attending tho baseball gamo
to-morrow afternoon will notice else
where that two relief cars will await
the termination of the game on Be
The defendants in the pool selling
case were discharged this afternoon
by Judge Foster, because tho wit
nesses for the prosecution wefe all
found to be dumb.
A wag lately saw a Honolulu car
penter draughting bomo woik and
drawled out tho leniurk: "You are
getting very handy at drawing; you
will noon bo able to draw a hand
cart." A very informal but pleasant
dance was held at tho Myrtle Boat
Club house last evening, about fifty
couples being present. Coffee, ice
eream and cake wero served during
The Hawaiian band will give a
complimentary conceit this evening
at tho Hotel to tho Captain and Offi
cers of the U. S. 8. Adams. There
will be an informal hop in the par
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel says that if
the road supervisor does not remove
four large blabs from his sidewalk, he
will place thum in his store window
alongside of those boy's waists he is
selliug At the low figures of 35 and
. A caiit goes out the Palatna road
at frequent intervals, with a loud
of slaughter-house affal that dis
perses atrocious odors long distances
among the habitations to leeward.
The injuied inhabitants will look to
the Board of Health to abate this
nuisance, as it threatens tho public
There was a good attendance at
tho drill of Company A Honolulu
Rifles, last evening. A meeting was
held, when it was decided to foim an
organization to bo known as "Com
pany A Social Club." The following
officers were elected : President, J.
J. Lecker; Vice-President, W. Mc
Wayne; Secretary, Antonc Vogel;
Treasurer, Oscar Mnsche.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Meeting Hawaiian Camera Club
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Service at St.Andrew's Cathedral,
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles
Complimentary Band Concert, at
the Hotel, at 7:30.
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,
I. O. of O. I, at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT L. J. LEVEV.
At 10 a m regular cash sale at
salesrooms when will be offered a
large assortment of goods and
At 7 o'clock in the evening xrand
closing out sale at the storo of Egan
& Co., Fort street. Chance for
bmgains. ' ,
liu -iijit, m u. i
Y. M. C. A.
There was a fair attendance at
the monthly business meeting of the
Y. M O. A. last evening, the Presi
dent Hon. Henry Wulerhouse in the
chair. The repot ts from the various
committees were heaid. Three new
members were elected. It was de
cided to omit the August business
meeting. The treasurer's report
showed, receipts $6-10.55, expendi
tures $500.24, balance on hand
$140.71. General Secretary Fuller
was granted a vacation of one
month. At the close of the meeting
Mr. Fuller "stood treat," that is
took the members over to tho Elite
parlors and tilled them full of ice
cream aud cake.
A complimentary concert will be
given by tho Rayal Hawaiian Band
to the Captain and olllcers of the U.
S. S. Adams this evening at 7:30
nt the Hawaiian Hotel. Following
is the programme :
Mai eh Welcome Merger
Caliph of lliigdad Iloieldleu
Fluulu - 1th ouac 1'utrella
Select on -Tr.ivluta Vei dl
MiMol, Muluiuu, Main I ke Ao.
Medley North and South Moses
Walti 'I ho Skuteta Wuhlteufel
Polka-Lotu and Truth Wloland
Medley Pleasant Memories, .,,. Buyer
The blur Spangled Banner,
liAibx Buiajoiwj aOiu'ojaUiiU' h'i
A CMnnmnn for Coneptrney and nw
Editor for Libel.
At. the opening of. the Supremo
Court this morning Tin Ulioy, who
had been found guilty on the 18th
of conspiracy, was brought up for
sentence. Mr. Justice McCully in
pissing sentence said:
Tin Clioy, you Have been found
guilty of conspiracy in the 2d de
gree The verdict wns unanimous
and given with no delay. I think
this verdict was well supported by
the evidence. The offense charged
was of combining .and conspiring
with one Lam Yew to accuse Yau
Slice, a Chinese woman, of keeping a
disorderly, an immoral house. This
woman appears to have been living
respectably and honestly witli her
husband and children, nnd with him
earning an honest livelihood from a
garden. Your plan appears to have
been to raise money' by blackmailing
her with this charge. You arc
shown to have prowled and spied
about the premises of this couple
for some days, nnd finally at a time
when her husband was absent aud
she was alone in her house with her
young children, in the afternoon,
you entered and demanded S200,
saying that you would take $20 if
she could pioduce no more. About
this timo your confederate in this
villany brought along three police
men to the house. There does not
appear to have been any indications,
anything sccu by the police to sup
port the charge which you had pre
ferred and on which a warrnnt had
I must say that the action of the
police in this affair does them no
Your countrymen arc reported to
he veracd in ways that are dark.
Your transactions are cloaked by
your language which well hides
Your unlawful combinations to in
volvc otheis in crime, and for tho
commission of crime, have been
shown in sundry instances to have a
most serious meaning.
Doubtless the most of these go
undetected. When due proof is
made aud there is a conviction of
the offense the sentence of the court
should be serious. It is to be re
gretted that your equally guilty
confederate has escaped arrest so
far. Your punishment will be neither
more nor less from that circum
stance. The sentence of the court is
that you he imprisoned at hard la
bor for one year with costs taxed
Mr. P. A. Dias also appeared be
fore the Court to leceive sentence
for criminal libel, a foreign jury hav
ing rendered a Yerdiet against him
of guilty in the second degree on
the 18th mst.
Mr. F. M. Hatch asked that the
Court impose a light sentence.
There was no intention on the part
of Mr Dias to do wrong to these
people. There was no acquaintance
between the parties, Dias not know
ing who they were. It was wrong
of him to publish the article on the
faith of a correspondent. There
were good reasons known lo counsel
why the defendant could not plead
His Honor in passing sentence
Mr. Dias: You are before the
Couit to receive sentence for crimi
nal libel. The article whicli you
published in your newspaper the O
Luso Hawaiiano, an article written
by yourself on the basis of a letter
received from a correspondent, was
iujuiinus and defamatory in a high
degiee. It would naturally inflict
gieat pain and excite in the minds dl
the persons and families referred to
an almost uncontrollable indigna
tion. I give no synopsis of the
article heie because I wish to give
it no further publication than it bus
already had. It seems to me to be
entirely such a case as justifies a
resort to criminal prosecution for
vindication of character. The proofs
offered have completely met the
calumnious statements and reflec
tions of your article. It is no legal
justification to you that the matter
was furnished by a correspondent,
and it is but little moral jubtilication
either. Tho editor of a newspaper
cannot excuse himself for adopting
libellous statements of correspond
ents. He should not use his ollice
as a censor of public morals until
he has authenticated tire facts on
which he pinnounces bis censure.
The letter of the correspondent was
almost innocuous without your pub
licition of it. Tho words of a news
paper buch as yours is, circulating
ihiough the whole Portuguese com
'mnnity of this kingdom, pointing
without misunderstanding to certain
individuals and charging highly dis
graceful conduut to them, have no
light effect. I cannot gauge the
sensibility of the persons who are
affected in this instance, but I judge
that the attack is calculated to in
flict the deepest mental pain.
But while I view the offense to be
as aggravated as any whicli could
be considered as within tho second
degree, as the jury has estimated
this to be, I shall not impose the
highest penally of the law for that
degree, nor tho most severe form of
that penalty, which would be impris
onment. I consider that the censure in
volved in tho conviction of the offense
must be felt as a severe punishment
by a gentleman editing a npwspaper
and this consuro, moieover, which
the Court has, with deliberation, ex
pressed is a punishment. The flue
to bo imposed will not be received
by the pai ties injured. The ends of
public justice may bo satUlled in
tbti este by t, fln of ona hundred
nnd fifty dollars, which is hereby
Decision liy JndKo I'rrHlon In Favor
of tlio Jcfen(tnt
Mr. Justico Proston ou the 17th
inst. rendered a decision for tho de
fendant in tho suit of J. E. Brown
vs. F. J. Hills for damages. Tho
case was jury waived and heard at
the special Juno term. Plaintiff
(Brown) claimed 2,000 damages
for failure to deliver certain chat
tels, and for alleged worthlessness
of part of the stock-in-trade, in con
nection with his purchase of the
Tahiti Lemonade Works for $3,000
from defendant (Hills). The plain
tiff declared that, instead of 800
dozen bottles agreed to be dclircrcd
with the business, only 300 dozen
were delivered and that the value of
the 500 dozen missing was $375, the
refunding of which defendant re
fused. For further cause of action the
plaintiff alleged that among other
things Rold him by defendant was
$450 worth of essences whicli the
latter represented to bo of good and
serviceable quality, but that a por
tion of the essences proved to be
"utterly spoiled and useless aud
valueless," the worthless goods re
presenting a loss of 3354.22 to the
plaintiff which defendant refused to
refund. A. still fuither declared
cause of action was that the use of
said bad essence's caused a loss of
manufactured aerated waters, with
deterioration to the business of the
plaintiff, to the amount of 1,300 or
At the trial the plaintiff putin a
list of goods which he said was
given rum by the defendant as a
basis, the total value of all the items
being $3,505. Also, a deed where
by F. J. Hills aud Ntiu Vahiue, de
scribed as carrying on business at
Honolulu as aerated water manu
facturers under the name of the Ta
hiti Lemonade Works, in considera
tion of $3,000 sold to the plaintiff
tho before-mentioned goods and the
good will of the business.
The Court finds that from the evi
dence it appealed that the plaintiff
obtained possession of only 300
dozen bottles and that a large pro
poition of the essences, etc., was
unfit for use and that some of the
waters manufactured therefrom was
spoilt. The plaintiff's allegations
that his loss from the useless es
sences vv.13 $354.22, and from con
sequent injury to his business $200
a month, the Court finds to be en
tirely disproved by the plaintiffs
letters to the defendant. Ths de
cision concludes as follows:
"I am of opinion that the plain
tiff has failed to prove the allegations
in his declaration: There is no evi
dence to support the allegation of a
sale of the essences, etc., for $450.
The sale was of the good will and
stock for $3,000, audit cannot be
maintained that any particular item
was sold at a specific price. The
sale was by tho defendant and Nuu
Vahine and not a sale by the de
fendant alone. I am of opinion that
the defendant is entitled to a deci
sion in his favor. I therefore direct
judgment to be entered for him with
P. Neumann for plaintiff ; C.
Brown for defendant.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BKlOUt M'CULLT J.
Fuidat, July 19.
The King vs. Is'im Sin, assault on
police officer. Tried before a for
eigu jury who return a verdict of
acquittal. C. Crcighton for prose
cution ; V. V. Ashford for defend
ant. Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
Saturday, July 20th.
IWO Belief Cars will
. initiation of thu Lias
await the ter-
ibll giune on
Family Carriage Wanted.
AHVOMS JIHVlDK ft
Uuod Family Our
riugu to bcII, may 11ml a
purcliHtcr ny addressing u note to"'Cr.
rinse," at die liVLUvrix Olllee, biullnR
style and ti-inis. 1)01 It
MARHIKD couplo. Tho man to
work In lliu jard ami canleu. the
wllo a wet nurku mid to mul.o lieisulf
genuittlly Ubcful. For uf;ej and parti,
culars apply at once at the ofllco of
tins papur S(M Ot
rpO purchao on one of tho
L Uuwiiliun Islands n
Tract of Lund, 10,000 acrei.,
more or lesit. Ltavo oilers
with Mntctnont of price, sub:
tJ OU," Hullktw Ollice. 297 lm
JN a du irable locality a
Furnished Hoiiro; also,
udjoinlng but disconnected G
routn and balh, suitable for a small
family. Address "X," Hullktik Ollice.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local matter
1 1 foreign couulriiM.
ily'io,' ibu'u. '
Bricks For Si Dim !
John F. Colburn & Co.,
TO LET or LEASE
fpilK l'reml'es corner of
X Queen and Punchbowl
btiects, formerly occupied by
E. U. Hynn and Cfipt. Cluncy. Paul-
cnlnro apply to
301 lw JOHN K. COLBURN.
FOK SALE CHJSAP
ill mid for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
tic , thrown In to make
pply nt ibis office. 251 if
UHNISIIED'llooms to let,
fcoutliwcst corner uf
Punchbowl anil lluri-tunln
btitelt, would bo very convenient for a
email family. 2S5 Cm
CONVENIENT Rooms for
business offices or lodg.
Ing nparlinents on the 3ccnud
floor over the fruit Btorc ou King street,
this city, "Ulobe Hotel Premises." In.
quire at tho fruit store.
2D5 12i AH CHEW.
An Evening School
Conducted by A. V. GEAR, A. B.
rpHIS School fiiruiflhc3 a thorough and
JL piactlcnl intellectual training for
3'oiinjj men desirous of becominp uccu.
rate and rapid nrcountanls; of attaining
a plain mid re.uly busiiuss hand; of
Ruining a correct use of the English
language and of acquiring caio of ex.
prcsslou therein. It meets Mondays,
TueMlnys, Thursdays nnd Fridays and
continues in session from seven to nine
i''or further Inforiuntion, nddrcss P. O.
Box 404, or call nt No. 3 Emma Square
Notice to Policy Holiors
' .IN TIlE,-
Of the United States.
YOU are respnctfully requested in
caoo any statements aro made by
agentp of other companies against the
Equitable or its methods, 10 lay tho
matter promptly before
A. J. CAItTWRIGHT,
331 tf General Agent for Haw. Is.
Borders & Decorations,
A. LnrRc Lot !
Iatost tylos X
.TiiHt. Keoolvod 1
And for sale at reduced prices.
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every age, on ovciy premium
table, and in every year, the AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontino Polioied
of the Now York Life Insurance Co.
havo been LAKGEll than thono OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY ibsuing
gSTYoT particulars apply to
C. O. JttiKCiKlt,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands.
FILTER PRESSES !
I'aauhau Plantation, )
JUwa'I, Mutch 0, 1888. j
JUmlnn Iron & I.ncomollve Workr
Gkntlkmun: Wo have used two of
your 3U.cliambored Filter Preiscs thin
senson. They are convenient, easily
handled and are working entirely lo
our Biitlsfaction. I can recommend no
Improvement on llicm.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These I'reasos are inado extra heavy
for lilt'h presumes, occupies a floor
spnro 11 feet by 4 feet, and presents a
filtering t-urfuco of 240 square (eet.
A limited number in stuck In Ilono
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
Risdon Iron & Loco. Works.
t3J"For particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Houolulo,
Room No. 3 .prickils' Mock.
3250 tf W, G. Irwin & Co., Agent
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces 'of White & Fancy EiroiderieV
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces. -
Also, Lai'p Lies of Lace Trimmings !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
Qrcat Bargains can be obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for th
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
6-8 Heel & Spring Heel .
8-10i Heel & Spring Heel
11-13 Heel & Spring Heel
i Heel & Spring Heel.
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
mi., bj i i i i i i i ! .I n n i-f
Ladies! Have You Seen the Latest?
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AX I) ASK FOlt THE -
B&- ALL THE
HOLLISTER & CO.
10l FOItT ST1?;KT. HONOLULU.
B. F. EHLIES & GO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
tiff N. H.On and afUr
ot our Dressmaking Roome.
" .Mi U
NOTICE ! t
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
. ..u no
.. $1 75
. ..$2 00
, . .2 25
BY THE ,,
lfith, MISS CLARK: will have chrr
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