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LOCAL AND GENERAL MEWS.
Dimuond JTond, 3 p. m. Woalhur
hazy, wind frosh northeast.
Tho RedTwiiito and Bluo Club
will moot this ovoning nt Robinson
Tho P. G. band will give n con
cort nt tho Hawaiian llotol this
B. Marx, a notary
by tho Mary Winkolinan
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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TEE DAILY BELETIi
THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1893.
TitunsiiAY, Ajinl (!.
Am bktuc Mary Winkolinan, Xissen, 17
days from San Francisco
Stmr Kuala from Wuianac ami Waialua
Stmr Iwuluui from Kauai
Tiiuusiiav, April (i.
Gor Iik H Haekfeld, Hilgerloh, for San
Stmr Kikelike for Hamnkua and Hilo
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Itil lik Cnv di I.ulgl, Metri, for San Francisco
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Iwalani 1737 bugs sugar.
From San Francisco, por bktno Mary
"Winkolinan, April Ii li Dunn, U Marx, J
lllackhall, O A Lane, Mrs M Lane, Miss M
"Williams, Mnsterdilaer, M Cla'mmer, G
Molerand U Iver.s.
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Jajiau
V S F S Mohican troin San Francisco
USS lioston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am 4-masted sehr Uobt Searlcs, 1'cltz,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am bk Ceylon, Callioun, from San Fran
cisco Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USS Hanger, from San FraneNco
USS Adams, dom San Finneiseo
HUMS llyacinthe fiom K-uulnialt
H 11 M S Itoyul Artlmr from Kngliind
11 IS M S Temci.iiie fiom Kiigland
Am bktne lring.iril fiom H.iu Francisco due
Am bktno l'lanter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, due Muich 'Jt
Am Alice I'ooko Irom Newcastle, N S W,
due March 25
Am l-mastcd schr Lyman I) Foster, Dryer,
fiom Newcastle, 'N S W
Am 4-masted sclir I'uritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N H V
Am 1-in King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
Am 4-m bktno W K Hume, from New
castle, N S W. April 2.v:iU
Ur bk fluinsborougli, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-31)
ltk Laniorna, fiom Newcastle, N S W,'
Ilk Aniv Turner, from lioston, due Mav
Ur shin Honolulu from Newcastle. N S V
(Jer bkt Amelia from 1'ort lownsend
The Ameiicun barkentine Mary Winkel
mau, Captniii Nissen, arrived this morn
ing, 17 days irom Ban Francisco with u
cargo of general nicichandise. She docked
above tho O. S. S. wharf.
The German bark H. Hackfeld, Hil
gorloli, sailed this afternoon for San Fran
cisco with the following cargo: H. Hack
fold it Co., 2.t,tiU bags sugar; M. S. Grin
liaum it (Jo., 11,031 bags sugar. Total,
ai.OOsbags (1,0S!),U0 lbs.) sugar; douiestie
Moso Mnnu has boon appointed
Poiuidinastor for tho Government
Pound at Kipahulu, Maui.
Captain Mclntyrohns resigned tho
position of pilot. Captain Macnuloy
is spokou of as his successor.
Per Mariposa Cnninrinos will
havo Apples and Onions from Auck
land, and limes from Samoa.
A Cleveland bicyelo is for salo
cheap by II. E. Walker. It ought to
be a f,'ood democratic machine.
Tho thievos who stolo the opium
from tho Station Houso utroughold
havo not as yet been apprehended.
Don't forget tho "'Lady of tho
Twilight" bv Hawaiian Amateurs at
tho Opera House on Saturday evon-
Tho jury for tho May term of the
First Circuit Court was drawn yes
terday before Cooper, J., presiding
Judgo for that term.
Por Alamoda Camarinos' Refri
gorator containing a full supply of
Ice Houso l'rtuts and Vegetables.
Mutual Telephone 378.
G. A. Lauo and Mrs. M. Lane,
musicians, were passengers by tho
barkontino Mary Winkelman from
San Francisco to-daj.
Seo L. J. Levey's advertisement of
a cash salo of assorted merchandise,
2 brakes and 1 open buggy to take
place to-morrow at 10 a. m.
Alex. Craig was sentenced to pay
a lino of $50 this morning in tho
District Court for assaulting a man
and woman tho other night.
Thirty lengths nf pine arrived bv
the barkontino Mary Winkolinan to
day consigned to tho Hawaiian
Sugar Co. Tho pipes aro monsters.
A notice of great interest to
teachers who contemplate a visit to
tho World's Fair is given by In-spector-Gonoral
Atkinson in this is
sue. Tho annual businoss meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A., at which .ollicors
will bo elected, will bo held at the
Association parlors this evening at
A child was bitten on tho arm bv
a black dog near the Honolulu Li
brary this forenoon. Tho arm was
wrapped in a handkorchief by a
woman who was with tho child.
Tho Spanish sailor who attempt
ed to kill himself at the Police Sta
tion witn a pon-kniio yesterday, is
lying at tho Queen's Hospital. Tho
wound is not considered dangerous.
Tho wooden building on Fort
street formerly occupied by Chr.
Gortz as a shoe store is being torn
down, to bo replaced by a stone build
ing shortly to bo constructed for
Mr. Austin of Boston.
"Nothiug for publication," was
the answer of both Attorney-Gen
eral Smith and Marshal Hitchcock
at noon, when asked if there woro
any new developments in the crown
jewels and station opium robberies.
It is rumored around town that
Mr. C. A. Brown will succeed Mr. F.
S. Pratt as Hawaiian Cousul-Geu-oral
at San Francisco, and that L.
c. Thurston will bo accredited Ha
waiian Commissioner at Washington.
Total Loss About Six Hundred
Two Mon Supposed to Have Perished in
U. H. Jones wishes to slate that
ho will challenge tho winuo'r of tho
wieslling tournament for the cham
pionship in a private match for the
best two out of three falls. Prof.
Loheido will give a prize to thj
The steamer James Makoe, which
arrived yesterday, brought a special
to tho Bulletin conveying intelli
gence of a big lire at Makaweli
plantation, which was still burning
when the steamer left Kupan. Fur
ther particulars communis the ro-
port is to hand by tho steamer Jwa
lani, which arrived diiect From Ma
kaweli this morning. Whflo the
Iwalani was at Waimea on Tuesday
afternoon Purser F. Poor saw a largo I
volume of smoke arising muukn of
tlio jUnuaweli mill, and told tlio cap
tain that ho thought there was a fire
at tho plantation.' When the steamer
arrived at Makaweli from Waimea
tho surmise was continued by tho
sight of an area of sni"king ruins.
Tho liro was started ly sparks
from a locomotive in tho cano field
above tho mill, on the Hleole side, at
'2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, and
it spread rapidly. "The plantation
hands were soon hastening to tho
scene, and as they arrived tho tire
was blazing furiously. Luckily at
tho time tho wind was blowing otf
the land and the bright tongues ol
lire spread that way. Tho laborers
were ordered to clear tho cane on
either side of the burning mass
about forty or fifty feet to staj the
progress of the lire. Tho conllagra
tion lasted until 1:30 o'clock, or two
hours and a half, when tho llnmes
reached tho beach. A rough surve'
was made and it was found that be
tween 1(5.") and 170 acres of cano had
After tho fire had done its disas
trous work tho plantation laborers
were assembled at the mill, when it
was found Unit two of the hinds, a
Japanese and a white man, tho latter
water tender in tlio mill, were miss
ing, and no one seemed to know
wnoro they were, and none remem
bered having .seen them during the
In tho evening one hundred men
woro sent out with lanterns to scour
tho fields, but no trace of tho miss
ing men was found, although a mi
nute search was made in tho vicinity
of the burnt canofiold. Previous to
the iiro tho men woro ongaged cut
ting cane near tho place where tlio
lire started, and it is believed that
the- perished in tho ilaines. Up to 1
o'clock yosteiday afternoon, when
tho Iwalani left, nothing had been
seen of tho mon.
On Wednesday tho cano from tho
burnt district which had not been
utterly destroyed by lire was sent to
tho mill to be ground, as if left too
long tho juice would become sour.
Tho destruction of so largo an area
of fine growing cano will not detain
tho work of the plantation. If tho
wind had been blowing landward
there is no saying what devastation
of valuable property would havo
Mr. H. P. Baldwin, tho new man
ager of the plantation, with his fam
ily, only went to Makaweli by the
last trip of tho Iwalani, lo assume
his dulic? as such.
The plantation was averaging be
tween six and soon tons of sugar to
tho acre. If the loss of that burned
was total, it would amount to a thou
sand tons. Happily, though, it is
hoped that -100 tons will be saved
from the scotched residue.
Decision by tho Supremo Court in
Qeorgo vs. Holt.
A unnniinous decision of the Su
premo Court, prepared by Chief
Justice Judd. has been filed in Kn
wai K. George vs. Ilannkaulani
Holt. The syllabus of tho decision
is as follows:
"Where a former judgment is
claimed as an estoppel, tho record
must show that the issue was the
same in both cases, and that tho
party claimed to bo estopped is
either tho same or is in privity with
tho party in the former adjudica
tion. Tho principle of Renin s.
Bishop, 3 Haw. 51(5, does not apply
to tho present enso."
At tho July term, m2. an action
of ejectment was tried, wherein Mrs.
Hanakaulaui Holt recovered of one
Keolo (v.) a piece of laud on Queen
street, being a portion of tho land
described in Royal Patent No. 1730
to Kekuhaupio. Thereafter one Ka
wai K. George brought an action of
ejectment against Mr. Hanakaulaui
llolt to recover possesion of land
under the same Royal Patent. The
jury having disagreed at the October
term, 18S12, the case came on for trial
at tho February term. 181)3, of tho
'Circuit Court, Judge Whiting pre
siding, under the Judiciary Act of
During the progress of the trial!
Mr. A. Rosa oll'ered in evidence for i
the defense the record in the case of i
Hanakaulaui Holt vs. Keolo, and re- '
quested the Court to charge the i
jury that "the question of the pedi
gree of the plaint ill', Kawai K.
George, having been adjudicated up
on in the case of Hanakaulaui Holt
vs. Keolo on tho 13th of July, 1802,
before the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Islands, tho plaint ill' can
not set up his claim in this case
where it is based on tho same claim,
because ho is estopped from doing
so." This was refused and the cor
rectness of tho ruling is the question
raised by the bill of exceptions, the
jury having found a verdict for the
The Court reviews all the circum
stances of the case, and finds that
Kawai George was not a parly in
tho former case, and there is nothiug
in tho record to show that he had a
right to appear and to appeal from
the judgment. Its conclusion is tho
following: "Wo aro obliged there
foie to hold that the Circuit Court
committed no error in refusing to
su-tain tho estoppel claimed, and
the exceptions are over-ruled.'' A.
S. Hartwell for plaintiff; A. Rosa for
N. S. SACHS,
104 Port, Street, Hoaolvilu.
Mrs. Ularu E.
of riquft, O., lays tho Iliy
atclunn iiro AfttonUlicd,
and look at licr like ouo
Raised f rom the Doad
Long and Torrlblo lltnoss
from Blood Poloonlng
Completely Cured, by rood's
Mrs., Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady o'l riqua, Olilo, was poisoned wlnlo as
sisting p'.iyslclnns at an autopsy 5 years ago,
and soon trrrlMo nlcrr brolto out on lior
head, arms, totiyuo anil 11 roat. Her linlr nil
camo out. Slio weighed Lut 78 lbs., nnd saw
no proscct of liolp. At last slio begun to
tako Hood's SarsaparlMa and nt onoo Im
proved; could soon got out of bed and walk.
Slio says: "I becamo perfectly cured by
and am now a well woman. 1 weigh 123 lbs.,
cat well nnd do tlio work for n largo family.
My caso seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, as
almost like one ruined from tlio fiend."
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THE SCJEIWANCiC BOODLE.
Part of tho Stolon Monoy Koooverod
A Portuguese woman named
Theresa J'. Alnchndo was arrested at
t:IM) o'clock yesterday ey-iming for
the larceny of .81t), the property of
Mr. Schwnnck, a buuiboat man, re
ported yesterday. A native ollicei'
went to where tlio Portuguese lives
on Emma street in tho afternoon,
and was told by another native that
there was opium under the steps.
The ollicer wout underneath the
stops leading to the veranda and saw
a freshly-dug hole, and in it was
reposing an old black stocking tied
in the middle with a piece of calico.
In tho stocking was found .Sf.K) of
tho missing money. It appears that
tho neighbors had seen Mrs. Machado
going under tho steps and digging
the hole, and they supposed sho was
hiding some opium. The woman is
locked up in tho Station. Sho will
appear in tho District Court to-mor
row lor hearing.
As previously reported the woman,
who is a widow dependent on her
self for a living, had been working
for Mrs. Sehwanek, anil yesterday
morning had gone into tho room
where tho money was kept. Mrs.
Machado refuses to say anything
about tho rest of tho money.
IlllHl TO XOTIKY MY CUSTOM HISS
nnd the pulilie generally, tliu: I can he
eoiiiiiiuuii'.itoil with hv Mutual Telephone
No. 10' I.
Mr. 11. Lose will continue to collect for
me. .1. W. Mi DONALD,
I'niprii'iiir City Shoeing Shop,
(KIL'-Jw Kt.rt strc.'t lihove Hotel street.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
ITORS. IN THE ClUClilT COURT FOR THK
L First Ciiviiit. In Vrolute In the nuit-
! tr of tho Will of Maria O'Sullivan, de
feased. The undersigned gisvs notice that
I lie has lici-n appointed Kxivutor of the lat
i Will and Tegument of Maria O'Sullivan,
' late of Honolulu, dccu'ised, ami he herel
notifies all Credit irs of sni ! Mm la O'riulh
! van I. present tlndr respective el.luns dtllj
1 verified, with pioper voiichei.-, to him, at
' the store of K. o. Hall con, in Honolulu,
within six months from this date, or the
will he forever hnrred.
Kxeeiitnrof the Will of Maii.i O'Sullivan,
Dated this AnU tluv of March, IKU.
will tell you
it is the
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Hoiaoliolu., EL I.
Evening with Handel !
Lecture on the Life and Music of Handel
Judge Foster of the District Court
this morning declined to issue a
warrant for tho arrest of an editor
on tho charge of libel, Ho hold
that tho now Judiciary Act gave him
tlio discretion to issue a penal .sum
mons in such a case, and that the
old practice ol arresting editors for
libol was too harsh.
Later tho District Magistrate al
torod his decision and issued the
warrant, under which 11, von Worth
orn. Jr., English editor of tho Liber
al, has been arrested. Tho alleged
libol is in an editorial paragraph,
denouncing several persons as bail
characters who ought to be exiled.
Tho editor of tho Hullutin is one of
those devoted to such distinction by
Elder S. S. Heaver, of McAllistor
villo, Juniatla Co., Pa., says his wife
is subject to cramp in tho stomach.
Last summer sho tried Chamber
lain h Colic, Cholera and Dianh(i;a
icoinot ly for it, and was much pleas
ed with tho speedy roliof it afford
ed. Sho has since used it whenever
uemshiiiT and found that it never
fails, lor sale by all dealers. Bon
bon, Smith k Co., agents for tho
Charlie Peterson tho look-out no
tified the central oilico that the S. S.
Mariposa was off port -about 10
o'clock last night. Half an hour
later another message was sent that
it was a mistake, tho vessel outside
Captain Nisson of the Marv Win
kolinan was probably thinking of
annexation when he wrote on tho
Custom House entry that Ii. Dunn,
one ol lus passengers, was a Cana
dian by occupation and belonged to
the Farmer country.
Vory few ladies will admit that
corsets are not essential to the coin
fort and grace of their poisons. N.
S. Sachs makes a specialty of corsets
at his Popular Millinery House. He
offers corsets of all tho most ap
proved kinds, (pioling prices in some
A Quiet Ceromony at tho Rcsidonco
of Hon. S. Parker.
Mr. Palmer Woods and Miss Mary
liaudall were mariied yesterday
evening at S:.'i0 o'clock, at the resi
dence of liou.S. Parker, lvyig street,
in the presence of tho family and a
few intimate friends. The cere-
i moiiv was iiorforiiicil bv Kev. Alex.
Mr. 1. W. Wilcox, of revolution- 1 Mackintosh of tho Anglican Church.
ON THE FENCE.
W. Wilcox Prosonts One Side of '
the Shield to Foreigners and tbo '
Other to Natives. '
F. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
following Artists have most
promised their assistance:
MISS DAI, K, MISS lUJlKlKSR,
M ISM CASTLE. MR. WAKKFI KLD,
"y. :m:. o. j&.. nan
Tuesday, April 11, 1893.
A native woman, while walking
outside the I'alaco yard fence this
morning, put her hand in and pluck
ed several of tho red flowers on the
inside border and ate them. This ,
item is given for the beuelit of the
Kahuna reporters of the dawn and
dusk organs fiee of charge.
Kalua, a native lad of about four
teen years ol age, was arrested yes
terday afternoon, at the instigation
of his foster father, on a charge of
attempting to commit arson. The
lad set liie to a pile of rubbish
underneath a house at Cape Horn
below Kaiiuuikapili Chinch, kalua
was sentenced to one yiur in the
lieform School thin morning.
Do not forget the annual meeting
of tho Second Congiegation of St.
Andrew a uailietuai ini.s evening at
One of the .sailors on board the
barkontino Mary Winkolinan foil
down tho hold of that vessel this
afternoon, striking on hU head. A
gaah was euiised from which blood
limed finely. p01(nv ,,,! (l.
tended to tliu mini's wound.
ary fame, is an 'out-of-highl"anne- I
ationist, and also editor of the Ha- '
waiian page of the Liberal. Accord- ,
iug to his writings in that sheet, '
however, ho is still on the fence, and
has not Hopped over as is claimed
by the P. U. organs. Tho night .
shoot advised tho Annexation Club ,
to bond li. W. Wilcox, tho Italian j
hero, as he styles himself, on a tour
of tho country to s.poak to the na-i
fives in favor of annexation. Mr. '
Wilcox knows tho folly of such a
step, as they would not listen to ',
him. Tho hero lias rather lost his J
prestige, and tho best place for him
is at home. I
For several issues past Wilcox has I
upbraided the Queen and her gov-I
ornmeut for not having opposed the
present government with arms and
fought the matter out. Such is tho
man who was praising tlio Queen
and .shouting lliuiholf hoarse at the
largo mass mooting hold on Palace
Square on Jan. Hi. He wound up !
his hpeech as follows: ''Any man
that would speak against a woman,'
specially a Queen, is an animal, anil
a lit companion for a hog,"
My wife was confined to hor bed
for ovor two mouths with a vory s"
vero attack of rheumatism. Wo
: could get nothing that would afford
i her any relief, and as a last resort
I gave Chamberlain's Pain Halm a
i trial. To our great surprise sho he
i gau to improve after tho first appli-
nation, and bv ii.siuir it reuularlv she
The bride was given away by Mr. T.
15. Walker, British Consul. She
Winn :i very prott- plain gown of
white silk with lace trimmings on
tlio skirt. On her head was a sim
ple wreath of natural flowers, and
sho looked a vory pretty bride. Tho
groom is a dork in tho Custom
Houso and has been for some years
fulfilling the duties of his oilico
faithlully. Tho Uullctin would
wish tho couple a happy wedded
life. The Quintet Club serenaded
the newly married couple at the
residence during the evening.
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
f':m be consulted lit his residence at Keo
neiila, on the maiika side of King and Kwa
siilo of Lllih.i street, muimi formerly occu
pied by Mr. (ieo. L. Dosha.
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mid Irom 'J too r. m.
From s to 10 a. m.
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An Evening With Hundol.
At tho Y. M. C. A. hall, 8 p. in., at
Mr. Euulirih's lecture on Tuesday
evening next, the following selec
tions from the works of tlio groat
master will bo t endured:
1 "1 know that m lleileciuor Llveth"
Miss Dale with 1'iiuo and Organ
i J-'M.ascl.i Ch'lii I'miiKu" "l'imitdo"
' M "Harmonious blacksmith". ...
' Aria with variation
i I "IIouoi and Anus" "Kiiiiimiii"
A I.arpi Violin and l'luno
Violinist, Mr. Ro-e of V. S. Fluu.-
11 -"O l.lbcity". .Judas Maceabii'un
I'inv Job I'rinliiiji nl llw Itullrth) Offln'.
IN RE MECHANICS' BENEFIT
7:!iU o'clock in the Sunday school, i ? soon mm u i "
room. After the regular IniVmcsr, U Iom work. L. 1. JuIiwk.ii, of
which will not um-muoli timo.u'J.-l. K"h ft,., usu.gt.m,
program of vocal atul iustiumen.al . ." "" " '. "" J", .
nnsie will be le.idcrcd by local , doner... Iliumon, bin lb Co.,
i nguuiji nil inn iiimumiii
FOR BALE CHEAP
Union, a Cumulation es
tablished under the Law of tho Hawaiian
Islands, has pursuant to the law In such
cases niiule and provided, duly llled ut the
Oilico of the Minister ol the Inteiior, a
Petition for the Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a eertllleate
thereto annexed, as required by law; now
therefore . .
Notice Is horihy given to any and all
persons who have 'heun or are now inter
ested in any manner whatsoever in the
said Ooinoralioii. dial objections to the
griiutiugof the said Petition must be llled
in the oilico of tho uiidcilgncil on or be
foul WKD.NKsDAY, the 'Jltli day of May,
IWi'l, and that unv person or pcisons desir
ing to lie lieiiid thereon, must be In at
tendance at the oilico of the unilcr.siguftl
In Allluliinl Hale, Honolulu, at It) o'clock
a.m. of Mild day, to uhow cause why paid
1'ot tlou rhould not hu grunted.
.1. A. KINO,
Minister ol l lie Interior.
Interior Oilico, March 1!U, iwia,
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
uiporte, Wholesale & RcM Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Sollcitod.
talent. Afterward psidiiiin'ia win
bo unveil, l.unin iilonu, linuif II
I will bo yury
ml hove n gum! Uuwi jmu I t ""' , """
,'ury wnlygiiiu, I Mimed (tit.
DiiUu llulutiii, KI wnU u mwth,
1 "Gleveland" Bicycle
iMi'iiiitni ami br.Ai.rn in
Apply 11, H,
ul Kills' Jlro.
Utiles' anJ Clilldreu's
lltik lumovul tp Nmmim Mrjt, isKmler'h
llloek,'! oiipoflTJTMwhjuit Btruit,
B. IF EKCLSIIS &c CO.
S3 FOH.T STK.H1H1T.
A IT Kit TAK1NO Sl'OOK Abb KINDS 01'
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At hull the former rout,
"Velvet Sc S:nayr:n.L Pl.-u.gs
In all ivt gmitly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striiiad & Plaids, Below Cost!
IV lii taut wo tiller Iiiiiiiciuu Itiirgiilna hi all Dciurtiuentb.
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