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P A C I F I C C.O'MM'E R'C I A LI ,A D VE Jl TilS E RJ FEBRUARY 17, 1833.
t tu plad Jli Majeatr the Kins; to
Ilia Excellency Henry A. P, Carter, En tot
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary near the
Government of the United States.
Iolani PaWce, February 3tL. 1881.
It has pleased I Li Majesty tlx King to appoint
the Honorable John M. Kapena, Minister of
Tinanct, rice Hi Excellency, Simon K. Kaai. re
signed. Iolani Pal, YeU.15, 19t3 '
It has pleased His Majesty the Kin); to appoint
His Excellency Edward Preston a member of HU
Privy Council of Bute.
Iolani Palace, Feb. 15th, 183.
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Ir las pleaedHu Majesty the King to appoint
toe Honorable H. M. Whitney, Postmaster Gen
eral vice Hie Excellency J. M. Kapena resigned.
Iolani Palace, Feb. IS, 1S83. febl7 dlt w8t
Ix accordance with the prorisions of Section 231
ef the Civil Code, a sellable enclosure has been
coastfneted and set apart for the impounding of
eatraya in Keanae, Koolau, Island of Maui.
Joax E. BrH,
Miniiiter of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 15, 1933.
In accords ate vitk tivw ptorUiutiof Section 232
of the Civil Code, I have appointed B. B. Kalili
moku as Poundmaster for the Pound in Keanae,
KoolavIsaad cf Mast. j ' J. O. Douvxis,
GoTemor of Maui.
Office Governor of Maui, Feb. 15, 1333.
1 . J ft l .' I m ' t '
His Majesty the King has been pleased to direc
LettersPateut to be issued under the Great Seal o,
he Kingdom, granting the Dignity of , Quee
onto his Consort, Kapiolani, with precedence a bo
all other unbject. : ' ''
Aliiolani Hale, Fsb. 10th. 1H3.
IlL-i Majesty tbe ,Kis has beeu pleaaed to
' direct Lett'in riteat to be Laaed under tlie Great, j
Seal of the Kingdom, granting the dignity or
Qaeen Dowager unto Dowager Queen. Emmai
Kalsleoaalaai, witb precedence under the title oi
Qaeen Dowager next to Her Majesty Queen Kpio-
lanl and abeve all other eubjeet.4.
Aliiolani Hale. Feb. 10th. 1883.
HU Majesty thelUng baa been pleased to direct t
Letters Patent to be issued under the Great
Seal of the Kingdom, granting the Dignity of ,
Princess of the Kiajrlona ante Her Boyal Highne -Liliaokalani
witl-precedence under the title of 1
Xoyal Higbne. next to the Queen Dowager '
aud above all other subjects.
Aliiolaui Hale, Feb. 10th. 1SJ. j
HisXajesty the King hi ben pleased to direct ;
Letters Patent to be itnue.1 under the Great Seal of
the Kin5lo:u. granting uuto His Eiellepcy. John f
Owen DjnlfAis, liks'preceJenee with his Consort, j
Her Boyal Highnesa Princess Liliuotalsni. during :
their Jouit Hres.
AliioUni Hale. F.b. 10th. Hi J.
His Ma jetty the King he been pleased to direct
Letters Patent to be issued under the Great Seal of
the Kingdom, granting the dignity of Princess of
the Kingdom, unto Her Boyal Highness Likelike,
with precedence, under the title of Boyal Highness,'
aext sexUar Boyal Higbnexs .Princess Lilinoka-
lanl. and above all othr subjects.
Aliiolani Hale. Feb. 10th. 198-J.' '
His Majesty the King'has been pleased to direct
Letters Patent to be issued under the Great Seal
of the Kinsdoni, granting unto the Honorable
Archibald S. Clehoru like precedence with hi
Consort. Her Boyal Highness Princess Likelike,
during their joint lives.
Aliiolani Hale, February 10th 1 L .
His Majesty the King has been pleased to direct
Letters Patent to be' Usilcd under the Great Seal
of th;-Kuia" frauting the dignity ef Princess
of theKiugdom unto Her Boyal Highness Kaiulaui
with precedence under the title of Boyal Highness,
next to Her ,Bryal . Highness-jPrlnces Liki-like.
and above all ether subjects.
Aliiolani Hale. Feb. 10th. 18X3.
His M.iTT th Ki.vo :has been ' plead ; to
direct Letters Patent to be issued under the Great
Saul of the Kingdom, granting tne dignity 01
Prince ( the KLujduin nnt Her Koyal Higbnes
TirginiatkapOoWku Poomaikelani. with prucedenee
under the title' of Royal Highness next to Her ;
Roval Highnes Prinecs Kaiulaui. and aKjve
ell other subjects."
Aliiolani Hale, Ffb. Nth, 1JW3. j
Hw Majestt tiue Kixo has beeu pleased to
direct Letters Patent to be issued under the Great
geal of the Kingdom, granting the dignity of
Princess of th" Kingdom nnlo ner Royal Highness
Mary Kinoike 'Kk ulikeT with precedence under
the title of Royal Highness next to Her Koyal
Highness Princess Virginia Kapooloku Poomaike-
lani, au4 abo-tw all etheT aabjects.
Aliiolani Hale. February 10th, 1883.
His Majestt the Kixo has been pleaaed to direct
Letters Patent to be issued nnder the Great Sal
of the Kingdom, grmting the dignity of Prince to
their Royal niglaessess David Kawananakoa,
Edward Abael Kaliiahenui. and Jonah Kuhio Ka
lanianaole. with reoedence nnder the title of
Boyal Highness nas k to Hr Boyal Highness Prin
cess Mary Kinoiki Kekaulike, and tWe all other
Aliiolani lUle-Feb. 10th. 1883 Ifeblttf
Sale of Lsate of Oorernment Land.
at the front
On MONDAY. March 5th. 1&J3,
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will
be SOLD at Public Auction the LEASE for five
years f LOT NOi: sitnate.1 on the Esplanade.
Upset price," $300 per annum, payable semi
annually ia Cduees- ' ' v
E. BUSH.- Minister t.f the Interior.
Department of the Interior, Honolulu. February
3rd. , : ' (. ' f,b38t-
, Orrica- SrrEaiTEiEST Wateb V.hkh.
Honolcli-. July 3d. XSH-2.
Ill persoei ba.laff ter' Priil- are -otiSed
that their Wer Ratee ar payaM nl-aMlly.
advance, at the Offic-of the Superintendent of
' Water Works, foot of Nuuanu Street, upon the 1st
v t A)a rsft r .
day of January ana uij - j
C. B. iu.
. Superintendent Water Works.
g Kaai. Minister of Interior.
tJJ 'BCKEAC Or IWIOEATIOT.
" Ai AJenoiCfcC.' January 13. 13.
By order of His Excellency the President of the
Bo!rd of Jmrnigxation. notk-e ts hereby given to
aVTtirtie. who have filed applications for Portu
all part. for.mrd this Office state-
& U w
7s of the quarters prepared for them, in a
nlth the la rtgulatl. the same, otU
-rl t-. t will le issued.
W"W JNO. S. SMITHIES.
:C'y Uornrd of Immigration.-
Licenses Expiring in February. 1883.
J 1 J Wi",?,n" fKhard- straet. Honolulu.
t Mi- C rV'v VaoanVatreat, Hooolulu.
-."Ta Wer4 trt. U
N.uano straet. Honolulu
Ai!5?rTiS Co. Fort atrt. Uo.luIu.
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It Ah Dak. Lanpahoehoe. liilo.
S'4 Ah Query, I'iibonoa. Hilo.
9 C Aaae. Wallskn.
13 Xee b. Wailue. M.jlokal.
27 John OmuwiM, liana.
14 hanj Loo Co. Kalihlwai. lUnalai
V 17 Anna. I
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17 Anna. Kapaa. Kawaiha'i.
. honsr, Kapata. Lthue.
n . n rif.it
j ; Victamliaa;.
2 "hijn t'aa. lleeia, Koolaapuko.
4 Tain Von. Makawao.
IS Ah Iak. Lanpahoehoe, Hilo.
21 Chung Kong, HiK ,
XI H Hackfeld 4k Co, cor Quaen and Fort st, Honolulu
6 Cbnnc Lec a; Co, Pepekeo, Hilo.
10 Alams. . , s r , .
10 AhCltoy. 1 -." -
8 B Kaalawsmoka, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Ill Kaomoahl. Kawaihaa. Kauai.
14 OWC Jones, Kan, Hawaii. . ; .
, - ' Wkalctala. ' - -6
DilliDgbam A Co, t'ort atr-t. Honolulu.
11 T J Moatman. cor King and Nnuana ata, Honolulu.
20 M Phillip a Co, Kaahumanu stract, Honolulu.
. . . -.' Baat. j ,
if John Kils. Honolulu.
30 Lapena, Honolulu.
21 T Mpencer, Hilo.
Perk Batcher. ' j
0 Ka. Piibonus. Hilo.
SI JACOBS OIL
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Sorenest of the Chtst,
Gout, Quinity, Sore Throat, Swell- .
ingt and Sjrairu, Hums and;
Scald , General Bodily - . !
Tooth, Ear ami Headache, Frosted
Feet and Fan, and all other
' " Pains nd Aches.
N preparation ao earth equal 8t. Jacobs Oil aa a tafe,
urt, timplt and cktap Kzteroal RaMady. A trial eolaikt
bat ihe com pars I ire I r trilins ootlar of M Centa. aod every
aaa aaOeriaf with pain eaa kava a cbaap aud positive proof
ut its claiau. - : - ?
birectioa la Eleven Laofoafea.
SOLD BY ALL LEUGQISTS AND DEAL
EES JIT 2IEDICINE
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. Baltimore, M4., V. S. A.'.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
(ommerrial ' QAutxtisti
SATURDAY, - -
-FEBRUARY 17, 1883.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Ttn: Koez will sail for Han Francisco tu-day at 5
p. m. sharp.
Box fixo Gibl will be sold at noon to-day by Mr.
E. I'. Adams.- ; ; , . l-.ii t .
The mail steamer with dates to the 11th instant
is doe to-morrow.
Ma. Lie Ixt, the . assistant Road Supervisor at
ilpfuas resignea. '
The Likelike brought down fifty cabin passen-
, ; A veby offeusive odor arises from' the stagna
VlmjoIs on lower Fort street. -
His Majesty entertained a few invited guests
iiuner last Wednesday evening. ,
The Steamer Iwalani was hauled up on the Ma
rine Railway last Saturday morning.
The Zealandia arrived about 9 o'clock on Monday
morning and sailed at 9 p. h. the same day.
The Likelike took away CO cabin passengers, and
the decks crowded with steerage passengers.
The C. T. Hook sailed for Hongkong Thursday,
and took forty Chinese passengers from here.
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The bark Emerald arrived last Sunday from
Port Townsend, and the bark Forest Queen from
The Cousins' Society meets this evening at"th
Hon. H. A. P. Carter's residence on Xunanp
A sew railing is being erected on the Beretauia-
street frontage of the ht. Andrew s catneurai
The Iwalaui came off ihe marine railway on
Saturday and the Kilauea Hon was hauled up on
Some verv tine imported stock was shipped for
Maui this wttk per Likelike, the property of Mr,
ilir referring to our relice Court record, it w
be sen that not a case of drunkenness was
. eted yesterday.
i The Statue of Kamehameha I. was unveiled on
! Wednesday laat. Full particulars of the ceremony
! iu another column.
Thfre are several fine stallions in Henolulu at
! the present time, a dappled grey being a remark
' ably beautiful animal. - ' ' ' '
! The inclemency of the weather on Saturday
af teriioou last deterred the Band from performing as
uuat in Km ma Square. "
I Invitations for the Coronation Ball are out. and
i preparations are being made to make the inipro-
vised spacious ball-room comfortable. ' " - "S
I The Coronation races announced to take place
t fc-dav. are postponed until Friday next on account
' of the unfavorable state of the race-course.
A new building is being erected at the corner of
Alakea and King streets on the site of the Chinese
wash-house that was burnt down about a year ago.
A wooden house, 20x30, was successfully moved
through King and N'uuanu streets on Saturday, in
pite of telephonic wires and poles, carriages, carts,
The strong southerlv and westerlv winds on
i Thursday last caused quite a ripple in the -water,
and theraen-f-war got out extra moorings to the
j"'- .. .. . . a
Scab to the entrance of Mr. Simon Kaai's house
King street, there is a very dangerous hole.
This ouKbt to be repaired at once before an accident
r happens. - r ... .... -
t The Iwalani will sail on her regular Koua and
; Kau trip on Tuesday next. She has undergone a
; thorough cleansiag and repairing, and now pre
i nts a very trim ajipearance.
- Bkbktania stkeet is so soft with mud made by
' the late rains, the omnibus has been running on
Ion King street for the past few days, bat now both
roads are uupassable for omnibuses, u ' . i .
! Ma. CarzAN, will preach Sunday at the usual
hours. In the evening, the first of a brief series of
I sermons on "The Home;" Theme, "Marriage,"
a sermon especially for young people. -
' On Friday last au express and a private 'carriage
got locked together in an inextricable manner on
Fort street opposite Mr. May's store. In less than
a minute the immense traffic on this street was ap
parent. Vehicles of all descriptions were brought
to a stand. A native displayed unusual presence of
mind, by taking off one wheel of the locked vehi
cle, and thus re-opening the thoroughfare; "
V?t' If I
Oce Twiurs hero Ktn heard to say frcqneutly
that " we live in a "very net climate." We hor-e
tli-- will rt turn during the- t.urnnier months in
order that the erroneous Mea iuay bo dUpcllfJ.
ilosa-s. Williams A Cv., has .-cut to this uflice, a
eet of i.roof, vi the Coronation if remonr.
picturcii arc rery good and inraluable to those who
wili toprorve graphic mementoes f'f t!ii; memora
M. CliEi..N an J Mr.J.F.
Hackfe' J hare been ap-
pointed as.,ins of the estate of Chnng i. au
judijed a bankrr.pt, and Messrs. W. W. Hall and
S. C. Allen adik'nees t-f the estate of T. H. Bur
gess, also a bankrupt.
The Hawaiian Billiard and Dining Booms are
open on Nuuanu street, under the auspices of the
Hart Bros. Mo. t excellent coffee, at the earliest
possible hour, ran always be had there,; boside all
other things good for the innr man. -
The rainfall on Saturday la t niht was the heav
iest we have had this sean. There were also some
heavy showers on Sunday. In order to render the
roads passable for the grand Precession on Monday,
the line of march was thickly strewn with reeds.
A few cart-loads of black sand -scattered on the
sidewalks, where there is no pavement or wooden
platforms, would be a boon ju9t now and now is
the correct time to do this work especially -along
Merchant, Richard, Qneen and upper Fort streets:
The regular monthly business meeting ofthe 17.
M. C. A. took place on Thursday evening last at the
Bethel vestry at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Frank W. Damon
presented a paper upon the subject "What can we is
aa Association do for the Boys ?" There was a full
The plot of land at Waialua on this Island, e Em
bracing an area of 2W acres, which has been oc
cupied by the Waialua Female Seminary for the
past sixteen vears, was sold on Saturday, at Auc
tion by Mr. E. P. Adams, for $2,750.00 to Doctor
'The Hawaiian Amateur Minstrel Troupe purpose
giving another performance this evening, provided
it does - not rain during the -afternoon or late
in theevening. For the bake of these enthusiasts
and for the public benefit, it is hoped the "gods"
will be propitious. . ,
Hih Excellency the Japanese Minister and suite
sailed on Monday last, per steamship Zealandia, on
their way to Washington. Also Hon. II. A. P. Carter
left these shores with a commission as Minister Resi
dent at Washington. Miss Helen S. Judd accom
panied Mr. Carter.
Monpav last was a Government holiday, and the
schools as well as the Government officers were
closed. In the cae of the former it might very
judiciously have been extended for a week, in order
to permit of the juveniles participating in the fes
tivities of the week. -
A pamhhlet issued yewterday from the Gazette
office informs the public that it is " Bv our own
Reporter," and in reporting the unveiling of the
Statue, also says the report is taken from the
eaiuiuus of the P. C. Apvebtiseb. These state
ments are rather paradoxical. .. i . .
I.v all probability ttie Coronation fireworks will
take place this evening. Up to a late hour last
night there was every indication of tine weather,
and should it continue propitious throughout
to-day, the signal announcing the event will 1m
fired at two o'clock this afternoon.
The drawing of Mr. Mclnernv's Grand Christmas
Lottery took place on Saturday evening last with
the following result: The 1st was won bv Mr. F.
S. Pratt, No. 209 ; 2nd, No. 897 ; 3rd, 178 ; 4th,
C21 ; 5th, 62 ; Cth. 455 ; 7th, 387 ; 8th, 14 ; 9th, 48;
10th, 303 ; 11th, 808 ; 12th, C93 ; 13th, 406. ,
We beg to draw attention to the - important
notice regarding the proposed illumination and
fireworks in connection with Coronation festivities.
The unsettled state of the weather .makes.it
doubtful when this event will take place, as to
ensure success, fine weather is indispensable.
.Wk-regret to learn that Mr. ' Henry Corn well
Lad a relapse immediately on his return home last
week.. It is of a decidedly worse nature than . the
first attack, and doubts are entertained of his re
covery. Mr. W. H. Cornwell was prevented from
attending tne uoronatton ceremonv inconsequence
oi ins lather s severe nines.
His Majesty's vacht Healani was successful!?
launched yesterday afternoon from the wharf
opposite Mr. Sorenson's workshop.. The work was
adroitly managed, and the yacht looks prettier in If
flie water than she did on the stocks. The m.ists,JI(f.
spars aud sails, for this craft are all in readiness,
and she will very shortly le in order to display her
Owixo to the deplorable condition of the roads
leading to Waikiki and Ealihi, Mr. Dodd has been
compelled to cease running his Omnibuses on those
routes until further notice.! As this will cause Mr,
Dodd to retain a number of men in his service with
out suitable employment, and als to feed a lot of
horses for which he Las no work, he contemplates
turning his attention to repairing the roads in or
der that the public may again have the nRe of his
The Hawaiian Amatuer Miustrel Troupe gave
the second of their series of concerts last Saturday
evening to a very good audience. The entire house
had been engaged, but, owing to the rain, many
did not come. The performance was very good',,
and proved that the members of the troupe have
the ability, and with each performance do better
and better. The singing was well executed, and
Messrs. Keumi went through with the " chair act "
in fine style. The jokes were well rendered and
appreciated. We learn that a third performance
to be given verv soon.
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'Captain Dorm entertained a fc-w friends on
oard the O.S.S. Suez on Thursday evening last at
tinner iu a quite iaformal way. The gentlemen
aresent were Messrs. A. S. Cleghorn, Rev.- A.
f Mackintosh, Cecil Brown. Captain Haley, H. J.
Macfarlane, C. O. Berger. W. G. Irwin. W. M.
Gifiard. Captain Howard, F. H. Hayselden, A. T.
Atkinson, Count Louvieres, T. R. Walker, Joseph
Strong and R. F. Bickerton. Mr. R. M. Daggett,
D. S. Minister Resident, and D. McKinloy, U. S.
Consul, sent regrets at not being able to be pre
sent. The cabin was prettily decorated with nags
and flowers, and the guests passed a very enjoy
able evening, in a quiet social way.
A lady whose name or address we do not know,
but who claims to belong to the I. O. G. T. tele
phoned to our office yesterday afternoon, expressing
her regret and disappointment at not finding the
Good Templars recorded in a pamphlet as having
attended the Coronation. On being assumed that
all Lodges and Societies are recorded in the P. C.
Advertiseb Co., she discovered her error and found
that the pamphlet she had, was the production of a
a neighboring office aud not of the P. C. A. The
last words heard through the telephone were, " I
am determined to have one of yonrs, no matter j
what it costs." It is just possible that in tran"Liy
mitting the order, the lady rung up 88 instead of 78.
The unfortunate man Hinckley, who fractured
his leg by a fall from the balcony of the Reforma
tory School, (and whose care led to a well-remembered
law-suit in which his melical attendants Drs.
Rodgers and Fitch were successful as defendants, )
has had an operation performed on his leg since his
return to San Francisco by which the true cause of
non-success in securing a re-union of the fractured
bones has been explained. It turns out that a
J piece of the flesh of the leg had intruded between
r- . , , i . . 1 .1 , . . ,
dock-jLyjjjg j one ef those casualties winch were ennmera
tna oroKeu enu 01 nif ikiiio iuu prevenieu a cure.
ted by medical witness at the trial as probable
eauses of the non-union 01 the bones, and its ex
istence could not have been detected without the
operation which has just been performed. The
medical attendants of Hinckley are to be congrat
ulated on this full confirmation of their defence.
The criminal record of last Tuesday's Police Court
proceedings shows sixty-two cases of drunks, affrays
and assaults. This covers the offenses of Satur
day, Sunday and Monday, the majority being ar
rested on the last named day. Of those who put
in an appearance, the greater portion were youths
under 20 years of age. The scenes on Xnuanu
trcet at the corner of Hotel on Mondav afternoon
I were of a very demoralizing character. The lib
erty conferred on the native Hawaiian by the new
liouor law was oertainly abused on that day.
f and it is questionable, whether or not, if the
law had been strictly enforced, the saloon keep
ers, at least one of them, would not have been
found guilty of violating the law over and over
again. Eye-witnesses saw drunken men literally
thrown out of the saloon into the mud in a helpless
condition, the principal actor in such cases being
the barkeeper, who had contributed in a large
measure to the eause of his victim's helplessness.
It is hoped that such scenes may not happen again
without the guilty parties being held responsible
for their acts.
-An unexampled case of mistaken identity occurred
in the Police Court on Tnesday morning. Among
V the numerous "drunks" was a white man, who
pleaded " not guilty." adding, in a continental
accent, that he had "never been drunk in his
life." He was consequently put upon his trial.
The prosecuting witness, a native policeman, on
bt-ing sworn, stated that on Monday night his
attention was drawn to a house near Kanmakapill
Church by a white woman, who informed him that
her erockerv, glassware, and furniture bad been
broken and smashed up by the accused, who
was drunk. The constable further testified
to arresting him and bringing him to the
Police Station. The defendant disclaimed all
knowledge of the affair, and added that
he had been an inmate of the Station-house
since Saturday last, having been given in charge ,
by tha Captain of the lievere, to which
vassal ha t
belonged. Thi antoDinliing taterjent oaasod a
closer aorntiny of his personal appearance, whioh,
with the aid of the charge-sheet, proved to be cor
rect. The native policeman who perjured himself
is a " new band;" oat this serious mistake ought to
be a warning to him in future about what he states
when on oath, particularly if be is allowed to re
main in the service. " r '
Police Court -
Spsdai, Monuat, aki TcKaUAr, Feb. II, 12, 13.
Thirty seven cases of drunkfrnneos were dis
posed of iu the uxual manuer.
IwahaUiiu, charged vritli driring au express
without a license, was remanded.
J. Morris, J. llarrii;, arid Maiola, vhaxed
with u3rav;.jlaiala, disclutriieJ; J. Morris, for-
feited bail of S 19; and J. Harris, fined $5,
costs Jl. 10.
Xui aud Kale, charged with affray, wre re
manded. W. Cruze, charged with disorderly conduct,
pleaded guilty, and was remanded for sentence.
Peter Qciiui,charged with assanlt and battery,
pleaded guilty and was fined $5, costs $1.
Akoua, same charge, was remanded.
' Mopii,1 charged with disorderly conduct, for
feited bail of $15.
Akona and Ah Chung, charged with furious
driving, forfeited bail of $10. '
; - - . : WxTHrESDAT, lth.
. Five cases of drunkenness were docketed.
Ed. Pomroy and F. H. Oding, charged with
affray, pleaded guilty and were fined $ 5 each,
costs, $1 each. '
. TJweloa, charged with assault and battery,
pleaded not guilty, but was convicted and fined
$10, 91 costs, and sentenced to 20 days' impri
: Kukoma, charged with gross cheat,' was re
manded. . - ; -" :
. Ah Lo waa charged with having opium iu pos
session. Defendant appeared to be a passenger
on the G. T. Hook, bound for China. He was
found guilty, fined $100 and sentenced to 24
hours' imprisonment, and the opium was con
fiscated to the government.
, Kale, remanded from the 13th, pleaded guilty
and was fined $5, costs, $1.
Iwahanu and Kimokeo, remanded from the
13th, were discharged. .
R. Dunn was charged with assault with a
knife. It appeared that the defendant threaten
ed J. C. Wendt, master of the Dakota, and his
little daughter on board that vessel, and had
been pat in irons, ue was found guilty, fined
$15, and sentenced to 15 days imprisonment.
' Thursday, February 15th. , 1
Lukela, charged with disorderly conduct, was
sentenced to imprisonment for fifteen days, costs
$ X t
Kinolau and Puu were charged witb adultery.
Both defendants were fined Tor the same offence on
February 2nd instant. Kinolau was sentenced ot
imprisonment for three months, costs $1 ; Puu
waa fined $15, costs $1.
W. McCabe, charged with assault with a knife,
pleaded not guilty and was discharged.
, Kukona, remanded from the 14th, was sen
tenced to sixty days imprisonment, costs $2.3Q
Y. Cruze, remanded from the 13th, was sen
tenced to ten days' imprisonment. . In two cases
remanded, from the 14th, bail was forfeited $G
each... , .,..!
. Akona, charged with assault ou the 13th, was
remanded again. , .. . ;
Fkidat. February ICth.
Naukana, charged with violating Rule 24 of
Express Regulations, was fined $5, costs $1 20.
Delendant's license was also revoked. '
Kaohiai, charged with "common nuisance,"
was remanded. '
' Leai, charged with disorderly conduct, pleaded
guilty, and was sentenced to imprisonment for 3 .
days, costs 1
: The Royal clemency of His Majesty the
King waa extended to the under-mentioned
prisoners on the occasion of His MajstyVa
Coronation : :- ; !
" Kihi, sentenced ' May 8, 1875, for larceny, 10
years and $600 fine, Hawaii. '
Kekua, sentenced May 10, 1879, for larceny,
4 years and $25 fine, Hawaii, .j If - " - ;
John Ai, sentenced August 25, 1882, for lar-
Vceny, 6 months and $10 fine, Hawaii,
2uka, sentenced April 2o, 1882, for larceny, 1
I year ana $30 finer Kauai
Ka Mok Hong, sentenced January 27, 1882,
for distilling, 2 years or $200 fine, Hawaii.
M. G. Dablia, sentenced February 6, 1882, for
larceny, 1 year and $100 fine, Maui.
Joe Castilla, sentenced February 6, 18S2, for
larceny, 1 year and $100 fine, Maui.
Fedro Martinez, sentenced February G, 1862,
for larceny, 1 year and $100 fine, Maui.
Jno Maitihez, sentenced February 6, 1882,
for lurceny, 1 year and $100 fine, Maui.
Jno. Mikn, sentenced April 25, 1882, for lar
ceny, 1 j-eur uud $100 fine, Hawaii. "
George Bill a, sentenced November ' 22, 18S1, (
1... , '
ior itirceuy, io momus uuu 3oz nue, uanu.
Ilookiekie,- sentenced January 10, 1882, for
larceny, 15 months and $25 fine, Onhu. '
J. B .Martinez, sentenced August 12, 1881,
for larceny, 21 months and $25 fine, Oahu.
. Ah Chee, sentenced September 14, 1881, for
Violating Opium " Act, 9 months aud $150 fine,
Maui. " ' ;'v '
Alfred Rhodus, " sentenced July 29, 1881, for
assault with murderous intent, 1 year and S500
fine, Oahu. " ' ' " ' ' ''
D. Mamuki, sentenced January 4, 1881, for
embezzlement, 3 years,' Oahu.
Kukona, sentenced June 9, 1881, lor larceny,
2 years, Hawaii.
Laimana, sentenced April 24, 1882, for lar
ceny, 1 year, Hawaii.
Ii.Kahelemanua, sentenced August 39, 1880, for
larceny, 3 years, Hawaii.
Lee Chong, sentenced February 18, 1881, for
larceny, 18 months, and $50 fine, Maui.
G. B. Kulaaukaue, sentenced October 2, 1882,
for ndultry, $100 fine, Oahu.
Ah Fawn, sentenced February 9, 1883, to 1
mouth, reduced to 1 week, Vie Opium Act,
fine $50, Oahu.
Ah Chin, nlais Ah Yin, sentenced January 9,
1882, to 9 months, reduced to 6 months,,
Arrivals at the Hotel.
' February 7th. W. Goodale, Kau. Feb. 8th
J-'aye, Kekaha; Dr. Bennett, J. H. Fisher, F.
I. Butler, San Francisco; Capt. Kelly, steam-
whaler Lucre tia; Capt. W. F. Grant and wife,
Kilauea, Kauai. Feb. 10th N. Ohlandt, Maui:
Lehmann, HakalaufL. A. Andrews, Maka-
John"Ross, Hfeeia. Feb. 11th M. V.
Holmes, Honokaa; O. N. Arnold, Hilo ; A. H.
Smith, Groye Ranch, Makawao ; T. C. Forsyth,
Lahaiua; Dr. Walter, Lihue; R. A. Macfie, Jr.,
Lieut. Sydney A. Roberts, R. N. Kilauea,
Eli Perkins on Women Masons.
Eli Perkins Is a Royal Arch Mason, and at a
Masonic celebration iu Washington he undertook
to answer the question " Why Women Cannot be
Women sometimes complain that they are not
permitted to enter the lodge and work witb the
craft in their labors, and learn all there is to be
learned in the institution. I will explain the
reason. I learn that before the Almighty had
finished II is work lie was in doubt about creating
Eve. The creation of the living and creeping
things had been accomplished, and the Almighty
bad made Adam, who was the first Mason, and
created for him the finest lodge in the world, and
called it Paradise No. 1. Laughter. He then
called all the beasts of the field and fowls of the
air to pass before Adam, for him to name them,
which was a piece of work be bad to do alone
that no confusion might thereafter arise from
Eve, who He knew would make trouble if she
was allowed to participate ia it, ir be created her
beforehand. Adam being Senior Warden, placed
Eve as the pillar of beauty in the sooth, and they
received their instructions from the Grand Master
in the East, and when finished, she immediately
called the craft from labor to refreshment. In
stead of attending to the duties of ber office as
she ought, she left her station, violated her obli
gation, and let in an expelled Mason, who bad
no bueinesa there, and went around witb him,
leaving Adam to look after the jewels. This fel
low had been expelled from the Grand Lodge, with
several others, some time before. Finding thit
Eve was no longer trustworthy, and that she bad
let one in whom he had expelled, the Grand Mas
ter closed the lodge aod turned them out, setting
a faithful tjler to guard the door with a gamins
sword. Adam repented of bis folly and went to
work like a man and a good Mason, in order to
get reinstated again. Not so with Eve ! She
got angry about it, aod commenced raising Cain,
and did It again when she got Abel. (Laughter.
Adam, on account of bis reformation, was per
mitted to establish lodges and work in the de-
MBS A at 4 wvr Tk ! 1 T? , m-. n n11aBAI t 1lin k im an
" V. , Vc 7bm J'L l
" vuiiiju" n.-..v.
again premitted to assist in the regular work of
the oraft. Uence the reason why a woman can
not become an inside Mason.
Success does not consist lo nerer making blun
ders, but in nerer making the same one a second
I feel as if I were fated to die on this
beautiful river." s-aid a young English actress,
as she talked to a comrade on the deck of a
Hudson Kiver steamboat. A week: later,
going from Albany to New York on the
Oregon, .he was suddenly taken ill, and died
off West Point, on the most beautiful part of j
the nrer she so much admired. Other players
hare had presentments justified by the event,
or the author of Thirty years in Gotham,"
lo whom we stand indebted for the following
histronic examples, sadly deceives us :
An American actor named Chapman, who
was also a dramatist in a modest sort of way,
found it so difficult to arrange the details of
a piece which he called " The Mail Rob
bers " exactly to his mind, and he observed
to a friend that the play would be the death
of him. A day or two afterwards he rode
out of town to survey the surroundings of
the place where he had laid the chief scene
of the drama, and was thrown from hi
horse, escaping with a bruised shoulder.
Congratulating him upon coming off so
lightly, his friend joked him about his pre
sentiment, but the actor was not to be
laughed out of his notion, and persisted that j
his words would yet come true. And so they :
did, though ina somewhat roundabout way. i
In a part lie was then playing Chapman h-d
' to wear a suit of brass armour, and the night
1 being very hct he discarded his undercloth
, log altogether. Th5 crnmr chafing the
j bruised shoulder, some verdigris got into the
j wound and poisoned it, and of that poison- '
r ing he died. " j
! Fulfil jour engagements like a sensible
creature, , w.. s the, well-meant advice of
Mdlle. Louisett-j's confidante, hen that
tight-rone dancer consulted her upon the
advisability of cancelling an agreement to
appear at the Volks Theatre, in New York,
for no better reason than that she hid a
presentiment the engagement would prove a
fatal one. Sure enough it was so. Her
first appearance was her last. She went
through, the performance without a hitch,
but as she was stepping from the cross-trees
to the stage, her gauzy dress caught fire at
the footlights' and before help reached her
she was so badly burnt that medical skill
was of no avail.
There is nothing repulsive about a gold
watch, -yet when Sheppard , the actor took
one from his mother's hand as her birthday
gift, he shuddered without knowing why,
except that he felt it was destined to bring
him misfortune. - He wore it, hewever, out
of respect for the giver, and wore it for years
without anything, unpleasant coming of it.
One., night, when he was .playing at "the
National. Theater, the house took fire while
he was on the stage.. Sheppard got safely
into the street, ,and then remembered that
his watch was, in his , dressing-room.. Un-:
willing to lose the memento of his dead
mother, he went back to the theater, and
was never Been alive , again. His charred
body was found the next day under the gas
pipes; the fateful watch was in his pocket.
- The actor's presentiment, in tardiness of
fulfilment, resembled that -vhich troubled
Mrs Brownrigg. As the executioner was
doing the last office save one for the
wretched woman, an expression of horror
came over her face, causing the clergyman
to ask what new. temptation assailed her.
'I have many times ,",S'id she, "pssed by
this place, and always when near this spot
of ground a dreadful horror seized me, for
fear that some day or other 1 should come
to be hanged, and the recollection terrifies
me exceedingly." Well aware of her de
servings, it was no wonder if the apprentice
torturer had a bad quarter of n hour when
ever she came within hail of Tyburn Tree;
her prophetic feis were born of a coward
conscience, r ;: : .
Such was not the case with the honest
miner who, talking to his: wife, of the dan
gerous character of the seam he ws work
ing, said: "Hennie, I'm feared if there should
be an explosion I'll be knocked about worst."
This fear impelled him the next night, when ,
the dread of something happening was strong
upon him. to return home again after start- :
ing for the pit, only to shake off the feeling :
and go to his work, and his death.
At an inquest upon the body of a collier j
who was killed by the falling of a rock in a ;
Staffordshire mine, his wife deposed that the j
night before the accident her husband woke ;
complaining that he had a ton of rock upon j
his head ; and so sure was he of some i I
befalling, him that it was only by dint of
much coaxing that she persnaded him t3 go ;
to work. Before leaving the house he bent j
down to her child Siying. "Let me have j
my last kiss!" To make the story still :
stranger, it came out in evidence thstthej
poor fellow's death had hardly reached bis j
home when a cousin, much attached to him. j
looked in to inquire for him, impelled to do i
so by seeing, or by thinking he saw, the
dead man standing before him in the road
way. All the Year Honnd.
Who the Original Judge Lynch Waa.
If eucli a person ever really existed is a
mystery. The earliest date assigned to this
exhibition of a developed "iron conscience"
is, according to the "Galway Council Book"
the year 1498, when an Irishman, in muni
cipal authority in the county of Galway,
and named James Lynch, hanged his own
son out of a window lor despoiling and mur
dering strangers, "without martial or com
mon law, to show a good example to pos
terity." Another ancestral derivation is
to be found in one Lynch, who, about 1687,
was sent to America to suppt ess piracy. As
justice was not administered with much
rigor or formality in the colonies,'' owing to
the difficulty of adhering to the usual forms
of law In the newly-fashioned territories, it
is presumed that this Judge Lynch was em
powered to proceed summarily again9t the
pirates, and thus originated the term. The
opinion which traces the expression to a
Mr. Lynch, founder of the town of Lynch
burgh, in Virginia, is entirely unsupported
by any authority beyond ideutity of name;
but it is curious to remember that so long
ago as the reign of our ltichard II., there
was current a doggerel distich, "First hang
and draw ; Then hear the cause by Lydford
Law." This may have been akin to the
historio "Gibbet Law of Halifax," whioh
was in practice down to the times of the
Protectorate, but which, summary as was
the operation, was carried out by regularly
appointed magistrates. Th "wild judi
ciers" of the United States carry out their
measures without any kind of authority or
An old peasant on the sooth shore of Long
Island was telling a visitor how ploasant it was.
" But," asked the friend, slapping his face witb
his handkerchief, " don't you hate a great many
uiosquitos and sandflies?"' Ya-as," said the
man, " but then we sorter like them." How
can that be?" " Wa-al you see, we feel so
kinder good when they go away."
Nobody was more bitterly witty than Lord
Ellenborough. A young lawyer, trembling with
fear, rose to make his first speech, and began:
My Lord, my unlortunate client my Lord
my Lord my unfortunate client my Lord "
"Go on, sir, go on," said Lord Ellenborougb ;
"as far, as you have proceeded hitherto, the
Court ia eutirely with you."
That man is a phrenologist Pat." " A pbat?"
asked Pat, puzzled. A phrenologist." 'Pbat's
that?" ' Why a man that can tell by feeling
of the bumps on your head, what kind of a man
you are." "Bumps on me head, is it?" ex
claimed Pat. " Then I should think it would
give him more of an oidea phat kind of a woman
mi wife is."
Mr. Pigott says there is a deficiency of 100,-
UUU to the Land League accounts.
A life pension of 12,000 francs has been ncj-
ferred on General Lhanxj s widow.
The crops in Ireland laet year fell off in value
over f I'o.UW.UUU as compared with 1631.
The New Yotk Customs afficcrs confiscated
nearly 150,000 worth v( goods during 1882.
It is believed tlat Sir Auckland Cohin will be
appointed financial adviser to the Egyptian Gov
French newspapers make spiteful comments on
England, stizmatizlnz the British nation as a
herd of cattle. '
The chief enzioeer of the St. Louis Fire De
partment horse-whipped a man whom he caught
inumng laates on tne street.
A Pennsylvania judge denounces stock transac
tions on margin as gambling, immoral io char
acter and pernicious id tendency. (
There seems little likelihood of the depositors
ia the broken Jersey City Bank realizing any
large salvage upon their deposits.
Mr. George Petry has made good his title to
the Mayoralty of Long Island City, and takes the
omce vacated by Mr. ue lJctoise,
A bill introduced in the Senate proposes to
buy a $50 patent ballot-box for each polling
pls.ee in the Union.
The case of Mr. Bradlaugh against the Deputy
bergeant-at-Arms for putting Mm nut ol the lluse
of Commons has been decided against the plain
Among the articles on the proposed reciprocity
free list between the United States and Mexico
j the only products of this country are sugar and
Governor Butler, of Massachusetts, denies the
report that a meeting has been held at his office
with the object of putting him in the field as a
candidate for the United States senate.
The supreme court decided that Admiral Porter
and those under his command are not entitled to
prize money for Confederate vessels destroyed by
them in the James River in conjunction witb the
A collision occurred on t!ie Mississippi ltiver
at a point ninety miles above iew Urleaos be
tween the steamboats City ol Graville and Laura
Lee, winch resulted in the sinking oi the former.
No lives were lost.
The defendant in a promise of suit, at Toronto,
uot., sett lea mi property on another young
woman, and married the latter us soon as a ver
diet of damages was rendered against him. An
action has been commenced to set aside the con
veyance. A young lady disappeared mysteriously at St.
Louis, Mo., while on her way to a convent where
sue bad been studying. Or eat excitement pre
vailed in that city, and on 'Change $20,000 was
quickly subscribed as a reward ter the missing
girl, dead or alive. "
"Luff" That House.
One ofthe difficulties ef manipulating the
JN aval Brigade on shore is to eet them to un
derstand militiry words of command. I can
sympathise with the staff-ofiier who tried,
but in vain, to get a battalion of sailors to
manoeuvre round the corner of a house. He
gave all the orthodox and regulation words
of command 11 right wheel," bring th
left shoulder forward," and so forth but
Jack remained obstinately fixed. At last a
naval officer, who was sttndincf by. solved
the question. Get them round that house?
Is th't all you want? Here, blue-jickets,"
he cried, luff, and weather that house 1"
The sailors were round the house in
twinkling. A blue-jacket at Alexandria, in
carrying out one of the multifarious duties
which fell to Jack's lot during the Egyptian
expedition, was assisting to remove some
trusses of hay from the r)uav, and. stum
bling along linder the weight of a small hay
stack, noK being able to see where he was
going, pushed against a commissariat officer
irreproachably clad in review dress. " Who
the devil 8re you ? and what are you doing
here ?" sys the gentleman. Who am I ?"
says Jck ; " well, I don't altogether know.
I used to be 9 British sailor; but now it
strikes me, I'm turned into a d d commis
sariat mule." World.
PROFUSION At .
Musical Instrument Maker
Tuner -and Repairer,
OFFICE AT C. E. WILLIAMS', FOBT STREKT,
TELEPIIONK rvo. r.
WOtLD MOST KEKPKC'T FULLY IK.
form hi patron and the Inhabitant of the Ha
waiian Kingdom that in reaponan to nameroua requeat
and a guarantee of a much work aa he can do he baa de
lii oil and well-known busiuen8, carried on here
FOR OVER THIRTEEN YEARS,
And wliieh liaa hitherto afforded ao ,
Much Satisfaction to His Patrons.
lie will undertake to repair all tboae
Unfortunate and Mncli-TortnM Pianos
Which have for the laat year been bandied by l'rofe-aad
but Unakillful Tuner, and
"Slaslc sball enee mare ring tiarfallj ia the
hfeRlfg f Il!BullIa-."J
Ring up the Doctor, No. 70, and his Motto la
No Cure, No Pay !
'MIE PROPRIETOR OF TUB
rJiulii Sugar Mill,
Believingf that there li
On the line of the
Hawaiian Hailroa d,
DISTRICT OF KOHALA,
That ran be profitably
PLANTED IIM CANE,
I prepared tojreceivej
Ground at his PtUHL
C. Fa HART,
Proprietor Xiulii Sugar Mill.
Kobala, Hawaii, Dec. 2!tb, 1882. Jaldawtlni
ON Til E NIGHT OF NOVEMBER TDK
22d, liJ, the nndemigned lost in Knkuibeale, Ha.
California Black Mule,
Witb the mark " K. Y." Also, on the same night and
; at the name place, be lost a
Black Horse with, a Wh.it Spot on the
and marked " K . Y. Any peraon or persona who will
bring back the above mentioned animals (oce or both of
tham) the finder will receive a reward of
lor each of them.
February 6th, 1883.
N fchlA dim "Hm
Wholesale and JJetail
Two Beautiful Comer Lots,"100i274. -
Fronting on Kinit and Kecaumoku atrrrla, ami ruoaina
bark to Yuiiok atreet. Flnrly loratej bMiUlliiK alti. hell
at one on raay ternia. l'rlc, JlH.k).
At Fuaahou, a larga, comfortable " r t
Two-Story Frame IIoTxse
( St w), containing TblrWn lioomi, with KfMim. Cik
Houae, liata ana i oarn noiiae, on a 101 x.'a.-xi;.n jin
antrte), to aell free and clear of all iiiriuibiame; alao, ad.
jciluing, - , v
io Acre of Good Pasture Land. -
AIho, Two ami a llalf Acrca of Ground, one acre boiuf
A Suitable "Building Site.
TUia property ia open for aala at once, and la eonaidarad
the luoBt iteairable property in that portion of tba anb.
nrba. ArtcKian well water la aupjUd on all the property
above. To Hrll on Kaay Term.
I have i-ouie , v ., k
liOOD LAND TO K"L,Li
Id Kuuanu Valley, Thraa Milea from Town US acraa
eood IcTt-l ground, and 10 acrva on the hill side, faatnr
On Nuuanu Avenue I Lave
A Most Dosirablo Duildlno; Uot
Near the Flrnt liride. nine 8&x9ft. - Tbree coin Aon, ainatV
buiKlingH ara on the property. "Will aell at ouc rhaap
On Judd atreet a Iaxe of Eight Team to 8i llr- j
A Quarter of an Acre : of Qround,W
All in Uood Cultivation, with a New Frame Three
Iioonied Cottage and Carriage llotitM. Hunt of Mad $30 a
year. Will ;ell Lcaao and Kulldiiiica for fi&O caaa. t
On Fort atreet, a Nine Vvara' Lcaiw to Hell f
Three Neat Cotta'coi,
UriuKlnff in a Monthly Bental of IU Will e)l nn t-ajr
Term lor tnw caxli; onc-lmir down, balance la tw
A Beautiful House on the Plainr,
On Fine I)wp IaI, Twenty MluuW Walk from Toam-
(lleretanla Htret-tj. Main llnu 'Jen Koofua, large and
coiurortable. Two Cot tot'en UU all Modem Cnuvaul-
encea adjoin! tig. Htablc, llatb-houHO, etc. To aell at oace.
A Dcsirahio SI ore in KohaLi tft'Lct.
The buildiiis known aa Koh.ilu Hall, nn Main lioaJ.
between the l ulon and Star ill In, fori.n rly oi'('aill ly
Mr. H. btatiien. Tiia; buildtKg : in piNid r alr and tba
The Beautiful Residence'
Of E. O. Waller at Kalilii. two mil. front town. Contain a .
fecven Ilootiia, with Kitchen, t.'oacli lluuae. Hatb, Her-.
vant H ltooin and l'oiiltry a'd: Bltunli d ou Two Acia of
Urouiid AIho, Kiht Acre of l'.mturo Land adjoining
A Raro Chance
To invent in a llut-Kf- A KpUndld Hinuln hit Uiieo
UiiKt?y. Nea-ly N:w. Coxl $iVA. Hell fur t:.
A bblfUeaa Top Hitcny. .Nearly Kcw: coat t.Vli: all for
$175. ' t
hither la a uoou baruain for any one iicdlnu a tehlchv
.Other. Houses and .Lands ;
To Leaxe aud Sell. See Ollce l)lai klxard. For ftiHbo
particular iily to , ,
J. E. WISEMArj,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
feb7 d ax w lino
I.. . I.lttl
LYONS & LEVEY,
U O TION 15 i?: R s
General Commission Merchants,
UK.VVKIt BLOCK. QUEEN KT., HONOLULU.
Kalee of Furniture. Mmk. l!eal EM a to and den ara 1
Merchandise properly attended to.
HOLE AOE.VT8 JOli
American aud Europaan Merchandise.
COAL, COAL, COAL
TUB I VDKUSIGVKI) HUIXO BKK.Y UTOIMCD
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
OF THE CELKURaTED
Offer thi Coal for Bale In quaiunkj lo rlult farr.haae-, at '
moderate rate. For I'Unlatioo ue, (hi Cal la bellar thaa
any other that comet to ihia Market. flinf 10 vt cent anor
ateara by actual tet.
n'13'' ALLEX V ROBIN803T.
OWNERS WHO MIK
of Large Uuanlitie of
Cr TJ jV. V
And wih lo dbipoa of lb. m. are reapeccfully reajoealad la
communicate, either pertouaUy or by letter, wttb
Pioneer Candy Factory andBakcrr,
TIIOS. II. WALKER,
Contractor and Builder.
to the aeltinic of all kind of Steam
naeea.OTen and Raotje, Brick of Stone
any height; Composition Monument nd H
bwuio t RiKuiia. a-rsaiuiactory Keierenee (Iran whan
required, aaareaa r. u dmy22 tf wjaaf 11
IS HEREBY GIVES THAT ALL PAR.
tie indebted to the uuderalffned or bavins; claims
against bim must present the same within thirty days
aa he is about to leare the Kingdom.
CHUXG CHIE. OF THE FIRM KNOW
tha. ,M"P, eiDX -oPany, has -withdrawn from
the partnership, Mr. AU file taking; his plac-. Tha paru
ner now are: Wain Ab, Ah than. Ah Ouonr. Ah Hie,
doing business under the Ann nam of Mang Hiog Com
pany, Grocers, at No. 8o Xunann street. febl diwlt
1 A rTii,,. North Koha