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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1889.
T , ARRIVALS.
Sclir dol Wahltic from Hamakua
Stnir Wulmanalo for Wninnac nud Wnl-
nlim nt 9 n m
Sclir Itosaltnd for San Fiaucisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Walauae, Walalua
aud Koolau atBnm
Vor Snu FrnueUeo pur sclir Rosalind,
July 25 Mrs Joite-t, JIrs D.utlu.
The sclir Koallnd, Uapt. I.cllalllstcr,
took to 3:in Kianeisoo tills afternoon
7,(if(5 h.igfe sugar, weighing 1)38,2.14 lbs,
mid valued at 304,22:181.
HATCH In Honolulu, July 2uth, to
llic wife of F. Al. Hatch, Esu.., a
The Fourth uT July Onme.
Following is tho score of the game
played oti the till of Jul' between
the Honolulus and Stats, and which
was declared drawn by the Hawaii
Baseball League at a meeting held
on the 2!Sul inst. :
t. it. it. ii o. a. i:.
Wodcliouse, c 0 '-'
LtK'.isG., ss 0 2
Whitney, 2.) C :t
Ficdenbeig, lib. .. CI
P.uker. lb G 0
I.uc.is A., r.f 0 1
0.it,e.f G 0
Low, l.f ti 0
Linus, W, p 5 2
Total 53 11 0 33 27 10
T. It. n II. O. A. K.
Wodchotle, E. 3b. 5 13 0 3
lldcr, chits, s.s.. 5 10 3 1
Baldwin, 1$. p a 1 0 3 11
limner, c.f 5 2 12 0
AVlder. Uiun. c... G 0 2 4 2
Baldwin. E.2u.... 0 0 0 3 G
Winter, r.f 0 1 1 0 1
Peny, lu 4 3 1 10 0
Cuter, If 12 0 2 0
40 11 0 33 24 IS
By Innings. . ..123450780 Oil
lloiiulltlu 4500000 11 0 011
Stuis ;. 1200 15200 0 011
Earned Runs Honolulu, 2: Stais 2.
Two 11 iso Hit V. Lucas.
Doub e I'lavs Baldwin and Perry,
Wilder and PJiry.
Bases on balls By Lucas 1. by Bald
Hit by pitcher Py Lucas 4.
S nick out Hy Lucas 8, by Baldwin 3.
Passed balls By Wod house 3, by
Umpiics Geo. E.Boardnian and W.
The Mariposa will probably leave
Honolulu on Satuiday for San Fran
cisco. Several passengers are book
ed to leave by her.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cartwright,
Jr., and child aie going away to be
absent two or tluee months. Mr.
Cai twright may visit the East while
Mrs. Cartwriglit remains visiting
with her relatives in Bwiicia.
Miss Adiieune Dudoit will be ab
sent several months in California,
visiting relatives and friends. Miss
Mossinan takes her place in the Po
Messrs. G. B. Thompson, J. E.
Liggctt,aud M.A. Wolf .of St. Louis,
Mr. W. D. Elliott of Philadelphia,
and L. E. Moses of Puebla, Colo
rado, who arrived here in the Zeal
andia, have visited the Volcano and
many points of inteicst in and
around Honolulu. These gentlemen
return to their various homes much
pleased with their visit to the isl
ands. Mr. Harry J. Agnew is going to
California to look out for a suitable
place for slock bleeding purposes.
Mr. Dwight L. Jackson, who has
been his guest for seveial months
past, returns to his home in Iowa.
Mr. James Stonier, of the II rm of
Hart SsJUiu, is going for a vacation
to be absent a few months. He will
combine business with pleasure.
Miss A. Feuuell, a sister of Mrs.
E. Fuller of Palmla, leaves for Cali
fornia. Mr. J. Riibonslciii (the drummer,
Ijkiiot the pianist) is going to enjoy a
vacation of several weeks.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
Wednesday, July "24.
Tho King vs. Patrick Hayca.
Manning. A foreign jury return a
verdict of guilty, two dissenting.
Sentence deferred to the 20th.
The King vs. All Nai and Ah
Mu'ng.t Unlawful possession of
opium." Appeal fiom Police Cotiit,
Honolulu. Ah Mung withdraws ap
peal. The foreign jury on the case
of Ah Nai, from the court's charge
evidently consideied the unlawful
possession not pioved and returned
. veidict of at qu tlul. A. Rosu for
Thuiisday, July 25.
The King vs. Ah Ilin. Unlawful
possession of opium. Tried before
a foreign jury, who return a verdict
of not guilty. 1 M. Hutch for de
IQDAL & BEtiERAL NEWS.
Look out for Iicsh oyster nt Nolln's
Hicks and Sawyers minntrols may
urrivo on, the Jluiiposa.
The S. S. Australia is due nt noon
to-moirow fiom Sim Fiancicco.
The credit sale by Mr. L. J. Levey,
yesterday and this morning, was ex
ceedingly well attouded, ami tho
goods brought excellent prices.
In this icsue Mr. A J. Cartwriglit
advertises lor rent, four most desira
ble residences, also the storo now
occupied by Wolfe it Co., on King
Mn. N. S. Sachs, of the Popular
Millinery house, will reccivo a now
stock of goods on the Australia, in
cluding some of tliOM) spar tailor
hats for which theie has been such a
The mufcical and di.tmatic enter
tainment at St. Louis Collego this
evening, commences at 7:!iO o'clock
sharp. It pmmiscs to be a very in
The summer vacation of all C5ov
ernment schools in the Kingdom,
will extend fiom Friday, July 20th,
to Monday, the 10th of September
next, on which date a now term will
The oflicers of the Reciprocity
Sugar Co. for tho ensuing year aie.
President Hon. J. S. Walker
Vice-President. Hon. W. R. Castle
Treasurer Hon. W. G. Irwin
Secretary 15. I. Spalding
Auditor John H. P.ity.
ATthcFoit fctrcet school to-morrow,
class room exercises will be held
in all the rofinis fiom nine to 11
o'clock. At 11 a. in. the primary de
partment will hold closing exereibcs.
At 1 p. in. the higher rooms will hold
litei.uy exeicise. Parents and fiicudt,
are cordially invited. Class exeicises
in the higherdepartments will coutist
in pait, of reviews in algebra, geo
metry, Latin, physical geogiaphy,
Enghs-h history, and English liter
ature. Ward one was rung on the fire
bells about three o'clock this after
noon. "All out" was reported ten
minutes later. The cause of alarm
way a lire on the root of Engino Co.
No. 4, which was probably started by
the same mystetious agency as made
other fires in that vicinity. A hose was
attached to the hydiant, corner of
Berct.mi.i and Nutianu btieels, and
tho fire soon put out. A hole about
four feet square was burned in the
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Musical and dramatic entertain
ment at St. Louis College, at 7:30.
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
English literature class, Y. M. C.
A., at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. R. at 7 :30.
There was a very large attendance
in front of Mr. J. F. Morgan's sales
room this noon when he disposed of
a number of well bred horses. Three
horses by Lunalilo, Stanford and
Triumph brought lespectively $100,
887. .r)0 and 8110; a Spraydon marc
5125; her colt by Venture 80; a
roan horse $185 and a horse by Bos
well Woodbuin $80.
The cloiing examinations at the
Royal School commenced at nine
o'clock this morning in all the
rooms. The attendance of visitors
was enormous, as is the case every
year at this school. In the play
ground were a number of stalls pie
sided over by natives'who sold ice
cieam, lemonade, poi and fish, and
a milk shake did a thriving busi
ness. The pupils passed through the
examinations iu the various studio-,
with credit to themselves and their
teachers. In the room of the prin
cipal, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, some
admirable woik was done.
Shoitly before noon tho pupils of
the principal's room commenced
their closing exercises. The room
was filled to overflowing and laige
numbers of people weiu unable to
obtain admission. Princess Liliuo
kalani, Mrs. Mackintosh, Mrs. Misl,
Messis. A. T. Aikinson, W. W. Hull
ami J. Biiali ot copied seats near the
platform. The piogramme consist
ed of choruses, recitations and dia
logues all of which weie capitally
rendered. The dialogues caused
much merriment. Mr. Berger had
cliaige of tho musical portion of tho
Tho distribution of prizes then
took place. They consisted of books
and were handed to tho successful
boys by Princess Liliuoknlani. The
first, for the highest maiks, was
awarded to Chun. Altau, 2d David
Kapohukiniohewa, 3d Geo. Kani
kau, 4th David Miranda. A
prize presented by the Principal for
the best papers iu class 2 was won
by W. Grube. For the best lecita
tion, decided by the audience, 1st
Kanikau. 2d Win. Young. It may
bo intcicsting to state that the
prizes, with the exception of one,
were presented by old pupils of the
school, showing that they still keep
un their interest in an institution
that has done so much for the
cutlon of Hawaiian youths,
A CoiibuI in Paraguay reports
that in that country the wdinon do
tho work and the men do the amok
ta, gambling and couk-fightlntf.
POSSESSION OF OPIUM.
Inntrnctlnnnof the Court in llic Catnt
of Alt lilu.
In U)c above case icportcd else
where, Mr. Justice McCully charged
tho jury as follows:
Thoro may bo a possession with
or without ownership, and the law
has simply said possession, in older
to avoid the proof of ownership.
Opium is a prohibited article, pio
hibitcd to be imported, and the law
goes further and makes it prohibited
wherever it is found, even after it
is landed. Iu whose possession
Is that opium which is on the
table now? No one is touching
it, but it is undoubtedly in the pos
session of the police department. If
any of you should take it in your
hand to smell it, it would still be in
the possession of the police. Any
thing may be taken up and looked
at without going into the possession
of the person w ho has so taken it up.
The court leads tho definitions of
possession from Webster's diction
ary. Entering a room in which there
might be opium would not charge
all persons who had so entered the
room with the possession of the
opium. Seeing a tin of opium in a
room which belonged to others ami
merely putting it- in another place
and touching it only for that pur
pose, not retaining possession of it,
but concealing it on the premises to
ptotect a friend, I should charge
you would not be taking into pos
session. The law must have a
reasonable construction and especi
ally so in criminal cases. If, for in
stance, the defendant had put tho
opium iu his pocket and bidden it
away for his friend he would then
have taken possession of it.
If ioti believe the evidence for the.
prosecution, can you find a posses
sion? If not, you will find the de
fendant not guilty. I am taking it
entirely upon the evidence offered by.
the pi osecution. On the other hand,
the defense bungs on a man who
says it was his, iu his room and be
longing to him. If this is true, un
less the other man has taken posses
sion, he is not guilty.
a finTband concert.
Yesterday afternoon the St. Louis
College band gave an open air con
ceit in the college grounds. A plal
foim had been erected near the
main school loom, on which the
youthful performers were seated.
Among those present were noticed
H. H. R. Princess Liliuoknlani,
Piince Kalanianaole, Mons. d'An-
glade, French Commissioner; Sen
hor Canavarro, Poituguese Commit
sioner; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Right
Rev. Bisliop of Olba, Father Leonor,
Mons. Bellagttet, French Chancel
lor; Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
Gcneial of Schools; Mrs. and Miss
Atkinson, Rev. II. II. Gowen, Mr.
and Mrs. II. S. Townsend, Miss F.
J. Nolte, Miss Bluhm, Mrs. Roth,
Messrs. W. W. Hall, C. II. White,
T. A. Lloyd', Bandmaster II. Ber
ger, and several members of the Ha
waiian band. There was also a
large gatheting of the parents of
the pupils and friends of the insti
tution. The playing of the band through
out the programme showed the re
sult of thoiougli training and dis
cipline well as of closeand intelli
gent study, and the performance well
tleseived the unmistakable tokens
of admiration elicited from the laigc
audience. Bro. Francis, an accom
plished musician himself, who has
the baud in charge, must be warmly
congratulated upon the success of
the conceit. It must have required
many houis of hard woik on his part
in the training of the boys to play
the various instruments. Master
James Lloyd played a solo on the
xylophone so well that he was com
pelled to respond to an encore. An
innovation to the programme was
two comic songs by V. Cuelho, who
has lather a nice voice. He was
loudly applauded for his efforts.
Tho concei t was concluded shortly
before live o'tlock.
AT CHAJinEltS UUFOIIK IMIKSTOX J.
Tiiuusday, July 25th.
In re estate of Kaae (w), late of
Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased intestate.
Petition of Kan.ikanui (k), adminis
trator, for discharge. Continued
from yesterday. Z. KaupalolQ. the
unde of deceased, filing receipt for
S200 iu full of all his right, title aid
interest iu said estate, it is ordered
that the admiiustiator be discharged
and his bond cancelled. W. C. Achi
Thuiisday, July 25th.
Peter CJuinn, charged witli assault
and batterg on Bel'e Marten, was
remanded to the 27th.
Lum Ung, charged with larceny
of mountain apples and liuios the
property of Philip Milton, was rc
mauded to the i?!Hli.
M THOMPSON, author of the
diet of Columbia, anil ffuihor of Ticat- I
Ues 011 UIvoilh and Equl y, also author !
of a Digunt of Iho l)c clnioiiH of thu Su
premo Couit of the Hawaiian Inlands
(now In picpaiatlon) and eouiiKt'lor -otllce,
corner of Foit and Mcichant
streets, Honolulu having dl-contlutied
practice in me uouris 01 tins Miigunm.
will give vj.iitteu statements of hiu and
judicial decisions and upon questions
and facts submitted tohlin,aud pinpsues
loyal papeis aud documents. It
0 her uppiy. Wng8 no
Wat ENTERPRISE MIL!
Auction Sales by James F, lloiln.
TRUSTEES sale of
REAL - ESTATE
Py order of tho TruMeei of Ills Mn.
jcsly'a Estate 1 will sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom,
AT VZ O'CLOCK XOO.V.
The Following Parcels of Land:
One Lot at Piinaio !
On the Walkikl road, adjoining the
premises of H. A. Wldcnmnn, being
Apuiui 2 of L. C. A. 20S3, to Kulilloillio,
eoiitulnlni; 1 73100 acres.
Upsot Price S125.
2 Taro Lai at MowalD,
Vtnnon, Oahtl, being 11 P 2501, L 0 A
10.'5 to I'anlanl fur Koi, conluiulng
Upset Price SoO.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
300 Ot Auctioneer.
Taliile M Estate
I have been instructed to sell at Public
Auction, at my S-alceroom,
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT li O'CLOCK NOOX,
Those Desirable Premises known
"Mansion in Praises"
Siuintid on the corner of Burctnnia
sireel ami Girtlen Lane, ndjoining the
n siil. lire of Dr Miner
The Lot 1ms a frontage nf 7t feet on
ItceUttiii -trci't, and VM feet on Oaiden
Lane There is a
large - dwelling - house,
1 Cottage and Oat Homos
On the Property.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
I have received instruction!, to sell at
Public Auction, at my Salcs-
room, Queen street,
AT lit O'CLOCK NOON,
Following Desirablo Properties,
At Palnma at rear of the residence of
11. H. II. I.iliuokalani:
Containing 441-1000 acre, with entrance
by lauu from King street, 'there is a
substantial Dwelling House 'with Out
lirmsis, etc., on the lot, planted with
shade and fruit trees.
Adjoining Lot A, a fine site for a resi
dence. LOT I.
A small lot, with Carriage Ilouse, Sta
bles, etc. ,
The close proximity of these lots to
King street, and the demand for real,
denccs at Pulntna, render this an un
usual I'h'ince to obtain tine premises.
Map oi the property can be seen at my
CSSTFor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
302 13t Auciionccr.
A Desirable Resilience
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, Aug. l.st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON'.
At my Suit Broom, Quien street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
That Dasiral Properl! !
Mutated at Punnhou,
Aril lately ocfupied by Mr. 8. P. Gra
hnn a- a"rcMtiiirr. The premUc3 linvo
a rinuinic f 300 feet nu Itiughiiin street,
.00 r. ot on Ancsinu Mi eel, and 200 feet
on AI'X nidi r ctrei't. There is a
Commodious Dwelling House
On the lot coiilolnintr Parlor, 3 lied,
rooms, Dliiingroom. Kitchen and Pan-
With Four M11II3 and Carriage House
unit So nntt' Room . Arti-vlnn Water
throughout the premUcs. The grounds
are well covircd with gias nud trcis.
I he healthy location of this properly
and the nearness to the I'utiuliou Tram
cars, make it one of thu most desirable
family resiliences ofiVred for sale.
IfiyFoi any further particulars apply
to S. F. Graham, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the stockholders of
thu Reciprocity Sugr Company
held this day, thu fallowlhg olllccrs
President Hon. J. S. Walker,
Vice.Preldi.nt...lloii. V. H. Castle,
Treasurer Hon. W. G. Irwin,
' (Ru elected);
Secretary Mr. E I.Spalding,
Auditor Mr. John Ft. Paty.
E. I. SPALDING,
Honolulu, July 85, 1899,- W)9 St
XJ Mr. Frank Brown,
X Mr. Janus Lovo,
LATE Residence or
Mr. M. Green,
219 Fort street.
STORE, Etc, now occupied by
Mr. Wollo,. Grocer,
309 tf King street.
BETWEEN" Pawaa and Love's 11a.
kcry, a Half-round Gold Chased
Ring, bearing the names of "Henry,
Emma & Charley" Inside. The finder
on returning snld ring to Love's Uakcry
will bo tuitably rewarded. 308-11
ill he closed from July
DURING my temporary absence from
the Kingdom Mr. Alex. J. Cart
wright, 8r., will act for me iu all matters
pertaining to my personal ctatc and
claims. JAS. STEINER.
Honolulu, July 24, 1BB0. 30d 3t
A FEW barrels of the above just re
ceived per S. "J. Castle, forenle by
CASTLE & COOKE.
HAS the bc3t and cheapest Rlack
Ruck, Coral, band and Soil for
site in nny qtmntl'j. Apply at the law
otllce of Willitim O. AUii. No. 30 Mer
chant street. Honolulu, 11. I. 301 3m
European Billiard Parlors.
rpnE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
X the city, and fitted up In the most
approved style. Four tables w ith all the
J. 1. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
I BURNISHED Rooms to lot.
; southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Berrtania
streets, would bo very convenient for a
small family. 255 Cm
IN a deslrahln locality a fur
nished hou-c: ai'so ad
joining hut disconnected 5
and hath, bill able for a small
Addrch "X." Rui.ixn.N Oulee.
CONVENIENT Rooms for
business offices or lodg
ing apartments on the second
Moor ovir the fruit store on King Btreet,
this city, "Globe Hotel Premises." Iu.
quire at the fruit store.
2U5 I2t AH CHEW.
3 COTTAGES and Premises
on Emma street, at a rca-
i sonabln figure. Apply to
J. ill. .MONS ARK AT,
Cartwright's Block, Merchant St.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
EXCELLENT Stables con
taiiiing IS Stalin. Cottage
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
south btrret, near King, formerly occu.
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of the
Pilnma Bus. To lot on cry moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E." DROWN A: CO.,
255 tf 28 Meichaut street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HOUriE and Promises at
Iwilel, Honolulu House
contains three hirtro and two
biniiii oini'.aud hall and a large attic.
Coitage with three rooms on the pre
mists; cook and bath-house. Stabli'
with three stalls and carriage house;
shade mi I fruit trers on the premises.
Apply -o J. M. MONSARRAT,
O rtwright'c Block, .Meiclmtit St.
'"pO puicliuro on one of the
1 Hawaiian Islands a
Trict of Limit, 10 000 acres
mote or Ii'. Liax- oflern
will) MlUi'llli'llt of price. Mill;
l)J," Hum.ktin Olllre. 287 lm
A S- UN'D Carriage
'. Hor-c. which will
alo go uixlr-r fmd'llr.
AddrcsB"J. H.No. 100,"
at this olllcc.
FOK SALE OIIEAP
A YOUNG Saddle
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Knddle. bridle,
-! elc, thrown in to make
Apply at tins otiicc. ?Di ii
FAT JJEEF CATTLE.
ONK Hundred Head of
Fat Btci'm f"r mle, at
3U2 lw Island of Hawaii. '
New Zealand Jams !
JU8T received a conBlgnmcnt of New
Zoaland Jams, aasorltd cases, i'or
s&le at low prices bv
J. E. BllOWN $ CO.,
397 tf M Merchant BtwU
yL jic jj4 A
' TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER IIOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torckong- Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Large Lines of
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
ftS?3 Imtti10.eM.t5Je 3R,eliiot:ion IsBS
Qieat Bargains can be obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for tho
above Goods. -
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
0-8 noel it Spring Heel $1 50
8-10 Heel it Spring Heel $1 7,"
ll-i:U Heel & Spring Heel $2 00
i Heel it Spring Heel $2 25
FOR SALE BY THE
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
Ladies! Have You Seen the Latest?
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AND ASK FOIt THE j '" J .
JBST ALL THE
HOLLISTER & CCX,
109 FOUT STREET, IIONOLIT&U.
B. F. EHLEKS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
ijr N. B. On ami after May
of our Dresimakiug lioouis.
Lace Trimminas !
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
15th, MISS OLA11K will lwvo uhnrro
ftt.liidaj. i.jt- ... ,.
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