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THE DAILY HERALD
Will lo ov pl Rally M tho
lOVVlllK IMuOOH
r 0 TIlKUM Fort street
I H S01TR Merchant trt
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Stieet
XJilon D OontH
WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1887
JOOAiL JSTJAVS
Weekly devotional services this eve
ning in the churches
Liliuokalnni Educational Society
meets at three this afternoon
I 1 l I I I
Hon V C 1arkc has our thanks
for the latest sugar market report
Mr Bedolfc purser of the Australia
has our thanks for full files of San
lrancisco papers
m 1 1 in
Mr E U Thomas contractor has
one hand bandaged from a hurt re
ceived on Monday
Moonlight pleasant nir and band
music almost emptied the usual places
of resort last evening
ll
The work of renovating the outside
of the Custom House provided for at
the last session of the Assembly has
begun with the painting of the iron
shutter
A large mail received by the Aus
tralia at half past 12 yesterday was all
sorted by sundown The P N Cos
steamer Surprise was detained a short
time and all the foreign mail for the
island of Maui was dispatched by her
Mr E C Macfarlanc who returned
home from the Coast yesterday is re
ported in interviews published by the
Call and JSxamititr also in a letter to
the San Francisco JSullttitt as em
phatically contradicting reports that the
Hawaiian loan in Iondon had fallen
through
Mr George Lucas is erecting n fence
of neat design composed of bent iron
uprights on wooden supports in front
of the Roman Catholic Cathedral The
new structure replaces the old fashioned
stone wall hitherto standing there and
will be a notable improvement to the
premises
Mr Swain was about to mount his
horse last evening to ride to his home
near Waikiki after his hard days work
in the Post Office when the animal
got away and galloped riderless home
ward through the streets Rather
shabby trick for the noble animal 1
Patrons of the Heaver had band
music with chicken fricassee at lunch
yesterday The treat was explained by
the fact that it was Mr Noltes silver
wedding day and the Royal Hawaiian
band boys had been gatjicrcd by Prof
Merger in the yard to give mine host a
surprise serenade Some handsome
silver presents were bestowed on the
happy couple during the day
Death from Accident
Mr Wong Kim a Chinese carpenter
much respected by people of all nation
alities died on Monday from injuries
sustained in being thrown from a horse
He was foreman of Chinese Company
No 5 II I D and the city firemen
are summoned to attend his funeral
from the house where he lived on
Maunakea street at 2 oclock to day
Police Court
Two sixes from Lukala and Solomona
Keanmi a remand to the 6th of Ah
Hing for larceny of a bottle of wine
and the commitment of Henry Kane
auhii to the Supreme Court for trial on
the charge of gross cheat by obtaining
250 from Alexander Robertson by
false pretences on the 15th January
was the business put through yester
day
Hotel Arrivals
Eagle House April 5 Henry Van
ken San Francisco Major T S Par
rott Australia Dr Wei O Nagcl
Germany Albert Cron San Francisco
Mr and Mrs Lidwigun San Fran
cisco
Royal Hawaiian Hotel April 4 C
S Cox Micronesia 5th Edward Kers
tens Denver Col J W G Cofrnn
J S Martin San Francisco E P
Borden E Shirley Borden Philadel
phia S J Wilson London P S
Howe Boston M H Bedolfe S S
Australia
Sugar and Rice
The latest changes in prices at the
San Francisco refineries were the fol
lowing On 4th March all grades re
fined reduced ic per lb and on the
19th yellows advanced yc per lb
The American Refinery was shipping
most of their second grade raw sugars
East but the Interstate Commerce Act
going into effect this month would put
a stop to rail shipments
That Refinery has accordingly chart
ered the American ship G B Sutton
f tons rcirister to take a full
cargo of raw sugar to New York Cuba
basis had improved from 5 1 32
March 3rd to 5 3 15 for 96 per cent
test March 25th with market strong
and advatjcjng Bectr had advanced
and the London market was stronger
Island rice has had a sharp advance
owing to railroad freight shuttingbut
Carolina
fcdJ jA
supreme Court
April Term
Judge McCullv nrcsidimr Phi
foreign jury yesterday brought in n
verdict of not guilty in the case of the
King vs Woolham for horscsinnlinw
Attorney General for the Crown Neu
mann for defendant
The king Vs Alisiu adulterv and
the King vs Thomas and Harrigan
malicious injury were closed by nol
pros
The King vs Ah Wing possession
of opium Pica of guilty Sentenced
to pay a fine of 50 and costs and to
hard labor for six hours
I he King vs Vance assault with a
pistol Attorney General for the Crown
A C Smith for defendant Vnrtirt
WIVt
guilty one juror dissenting Sentence
rcscrveu
AT C1IAM1IERS
Before Tltdcc Preston Tn iln tniir
of the estate of George J Emmcs of
Honolulu Petition for allowance of
nnai accounts o ncitn n s riinra Mrre
Samuel C Allen and T O Carter
The report of tho Master Mr Henry
Smith filed on Monday was submitted
examined and found correct Tho
period covered by the accounts is from
June 13th 1884 to February 19th
1887 The schedules of receipts and
expenditures show sums of 1939032
anu 1031219 respectively leaving a
balance for distribution nf ts ti
The principal item under the head of
receipts is me insurance policies Snd
premiums 1523084 The main items
amoni expenditures nn Rdntn nf
James Robinson principal and Interest
01 mortgage nnu uuec notes 0409 75
payments to the widow 3565 loan
on note due alter the filing of accounts
nercin 2500 contract for new cot
tage 2720 the remainder bcinc to
sundry creditors and for other pay
ments Mr S C Allen was present
for the administrators The Masters
report was approved The adminis
trators filed a supplementary account
with receipts for payments since filing
the fbrmcr account and paid into Court
the cash balance on hand 119645
The Court approved the supplementary
account and ordered that the adminis
trators be iliselinrrrprl nnfl thnir hnnrf
cancelled nnrl further that the rli rlt
-- -
niter paying the costs of Court out 01
me uaiancc pay me remainder anu de
liver the papers and documents above
mentioned to whoever may apply being
entitled to them
The Drummer Boy of the Rappahannock
By the Australia arrived Mr R H
Hcndcrshot the Drummer Boy of the
Rappahannock He was received on
the steamer by Mr J F Noble Adjfl
tant of Geo W DcLong Post G A
R who took him and his son who ac
companies him to his house Mr
Hcndcrshot is a pleasant spoken
American of thirty seven Three
wounds attest to his having been in the
thick of battle during the late war one
leaving a scar now pretty well dimin
ished close to the right eye the second
being in the side and the third in the
right leg A pleasant disposition was
evinced by the Drummer Boy in n
brief conversation with our representa
tive yesterday when he enthusiastically
spoke of the pleasure afforded him in
civinc a free entertainment to thous
ands of children in Portland Maine
Mr Hcndcrshot and son will take part
in an entertainment to be given at the
Hawaiian Opera House on Saturday
and Monday evenings next The box
plan will open at the office of Messrs
J E Brown Co Thursday morning
at nine clock At the same place
there will be exhibited to day the hand
some drum presented to Air Hcndcr
shot by Horace Greeley in 1865 with
the gold mounted drum sticks given
him by the elder James Gordon
Bennett
Mr Hcndcrshot accompanied by his
son on the fife beat a rally on his
drum at the baud concert on Emma
Square last night lie was introduced
in a brief sketch of his career by Mr
R W Laine P C of the George W
De Long Post The performance pro
duced a vociferous encore and had to
be repeated Three cheers were added
to the loud applause for the brave and
dexterous drummer and his son
Kaumalcaplil Chimes
Honolulu for the first time
enced the pleasure of listening to a
tower cnune 01 oeus yesieruay iore
noon The chimes imported by Messrs
E O Hall Son for Kaumakapili
Church native having been placed in
position Mr may Taylor organist of
St Andrews Cathedral briefly tested
their notes There were some errors
of adjustment discovered and these
being set right Mr Taylor gave a pro
longed performance on the bells
last evening dispensing their sweet
notes in many popular tunes over the
city One or two of them seemed to
be out of tunc but if so the faults can
be remedied by scraping or filling as
required The large tower bell was
also rung at intervals proving it to
have a deep ricn tone anu to uc a
welcome addition to the bells bells
bells of Honolulu
iThe Daily IIirali 50 cents per
month delivered
RETURN OP nON S 0 W1LDSB
With a Largo Scheme hi Hand Pro
jected railway on Hawaii ins
London Experience
Among the expected passengers who
arrived by the steamship Australia yes
terday was the Hon S G Wilder re
turning home from a business trip to
London The IIirald representative
meant to have intruded upon the hon
gentleman at his home aftpr giving
him time for a rest after his long jour
ney but in the course of the regular
daily visit to the office of the Wijdcr
Steamship Company found the re
turned President of that corporation
already immersed in business Hav
ing greeted Mr Wilder before he
landed from the steamer the inter
viewer was ready to come to the point
at once as circumstances demanded
It is said that you arc prepared to
go right on with the Hamakua railroad
Mr Wilder
Well I believe that the railroad will
be built I can tell you more a little
later
You have brought a civil engineer
with you
Yes two of them You may say
mat tnc survey will begin next week
There arc the instruments said Mr
Wilder pointing to a large assortment
of traps duch as always identify the
presence of an engineering party
This railroad will run from Hama
kua into Hilo
From Hilo to Waipio Valley
About what distance
Seventy miles
The idea is to have the sugar raised
in that section all shipped at Hilo
That is it
In response to other enquiries Mr
Wilder stated that he had enjoyed the
journey very much all the way round
that the fog was so thick in London
that ho could hardly see his hand be
fore him and that to our visitor from
this tropic clime it was bitterly cold
Did you witness any of the political
excitement in England
Yes I was in London at the open
ing of Parliament
Did you see Mn Gladstone
No it is very difficult to sec him
I was at his house but he was not there
at the time
Or the Queen
No she is rarely to be seen by
anybody in London She is traveling
about most of the time
Mr Wilder looks hale and hearty
after his prolonged exposure to all sorts
of strange climates and weathers It
may be proper to explain that the
above purports to be only the sub
stance of the necessarily brief inter
view precipitated as it was on both
sides in the midst of other pressing
duttcs
Shipping Notes
Dark Hope and barkentiuc Amelia
were on Pugct Sound March 22nd
Barkcntinc Discovery sailed from
San Francisco March sSth for Hono
lulu
Bark St Lucie cleared at New York
March 25th for Honolulu
British bark Lady Iunpson arrived
at San Francisco March 25th 23 days
hence
Bark Caibaricn sailed from San
Francisco March 25th for Honolulu
Barkentincs Katie Flickingcr and
Geo C Perkins wcro loading at San
Francisco for Honolulu March 25th
The steamer Jessie H Freeman has
been purchased for the Hawaiian fruit
trade She is 360 tons register and
was engaged in the fruit trade between
Philadelphia and the West Indies She
will arrive about July 1st 5 F Com
mercial Neils
Barkcntinc John Worster has gone
to Departure Bay to load coal for
Honolulu
Bark Julia Foard that abandoned
her voyage to Honolulu with coal put
ting into San Francisco in distress is
chartered to take general merchandise
to Hilo
Bark C O Whitmore is chartered
to take coal from Departure Bay to
Honolulu
After the brig W H Meyer for Hilo
had put back to Port Townsend owing
to the crew objecting to her excessive
dcckload she discharged 12000 feet
which were sold for 132 and when
ready to get under way the men dq
serted when another crew was shipped
at 5 per month increase of wages
Bark D C Murray has been libelled
at Port Townsend by her crew for a
years wages in the sum of 3000
Bark C 0 Whitmore 20 days and
tern J C Fore 19 days from Hono
lulu nrrived at San Francisco March
2 1 St
Bark Will W Case arrived at San
Francisco March 33rd 32 days from
Kahului
Barkcntinc Hattic E Bangs for
Honolulu was reported at Hongkong
February 6th Bark Martlia pavis
hence arrjved at the same port Feb
ruary 16th
S S Australia left San Francisco
March 29th at 2 p m first daV had
moderate N W wind and smooth sea
remainder of voyage light baffling airs
smooth sea and fine weather took on
Honolulu pilot April 5th at 1210 p
mj brought 25 cabjn 8 steerage and
24 Chinese passengers and 1034 tons
freight
Schooners Moiwahine Mana and
Vaiehii appointed o sail yesterday
were all detained till to day
t ciooner Mary 1 E Foster brought
1459 bags sugar from Waimea
LMitkUM
aft i a
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVALS-
Tuesday April
S S Australia from San Frahcisco
Schr Emma from Kauai
Schr Llhollho from Kauai
DEPARTURES
Tuesday April
Stmr Mikalula for Nnwiliwill Koloa Eleele Waimea
Kelcahn And Nlihau at n m
Stmr Walaleale for Waianae Ilanamaulu Kllauea and
Hanalclat Sam
Stmr Surprise for Kuau
Dime Mary Winlteltnan foi San Francisco
Schr Wailele for Kuau
VESSELS LEAVING TO DAY
Stmr ttvatanl for Lahaina Kulculliaete Honolcaa and
1aauhau at 8 p m
Schr Moiwahine for Kohatalele
Schr Mana lor Honomu
Schr Waiehu for Walalua
Vflnnola In Port from rorolgn Forts
Haw bk Kalakaua Armstrong fromValparalso
liriff Allies Rowe Phillip from South Sea Islands
Am bktne Planter lerrtman from San Francisco
Mission slmr Morning Star Turner from South Sea
i nana
Am bgtne Claus SpreckeU Drew from San Fran
cisco
Am bk Saranac Shaw from San Francisco
S S Australia lloudletlo from San Fraacisco
Voaioli Expootost from Foreign Forts
tier bk Hercules - ironl Liverpool due t eb
Mary o o i88j To Schaefer ft Co agents
lltit bark Cerates from Liverpool dun May t io
Ilr baric K L T from Newcastle N S W due
Feb iJ 4
Am bk Ilmour Ilrewer from lloslon due May 1 15
SH Mariposa I lay ward front the Colonies due
April 9
S S Alameda Morse from Sin Fiancisco due April
16
Hark Caibarien Terkins from San Francisco due
April t s
Ilktne Jane Fatkinberg Ginger from luget Sound
now due
Hark Makah from Newcattle N S W due Apr I
lo ao
Hark Julie from Newcastle N S W due April
18 98
PASSENGERS
For Kauai per steamer Mikahala April Miss
Nellie Waterhouse Miss May Walcthoute Herbert O
Dole Waller II Doli ftlis Marion Dole Miss
lllancha Cornwell Miss Adele Widdifictd and about
30 uecK
Prom San Francisco ner S R Australia Amll -S
II Wilton n F Jaciulih and wife Fd Kentens J W O
Cofran Lhas J Iudwugsen and wife A I Cron iMiss
Jennie Tuck PS Howe ICabot SO Wilder and
servant S O Wilder Jr T O Cribble E 1 Ilorden K
S Ilorden K II Fisher J S Martin Ir S Nagel Miss
Iarrotl K C Macfarlane Abo Suiinohn A flrote I
Adler II Hradley J Newbigging John Tsford RA
Williams J C Marshall J lcier and t4 Chinese
cClclu tibcrltacmcnto
TI IE ELITE
ICE CRE I PARLORS
COOL OFF
TCE CREAM OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
X and in various flavorings always on hand
also delicious Water Ices
The finest j line of the choicest Cantljes
have just arrived per Australia
Our store and stock is In complete order
and well wotthy your Inspection
TELEPHONES
Bell 182 Mutual 338
Tl ELITE ICE CREAM PJOCLORS
Open Dally Until 11 P M
II
Ills No
of Sa e
By virtue of certain writs of Execution Issued
out of the Police Court of Honolulu Island
of Oahu ngains J M Kapena in favor of C
J Fishcl both of Honolulu aforesaid for the
following amounts vi
Execution Issued February 5 1887 108 75
February 22 1887 100 70
March 26 1887 185 13
Total 403 10
I have levied upqn nndshal expose for sale
at public auction at the ftimt entrance of
Kalakaua Hale Police Slatlon in Honolulu
aforesaid at 12 M oclock on
Thdhy May 60 1887
To the highest bidder all the right title and
Interest of the said J M Kapena defendant
in and to the follnwinc nroneitv unless said
judgment Interest costs and my expenses be
previously pakl
List of propertyfor sales
One Phaeton
One Day Horse
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU
Marshal
Honolulu April Si 1887
t Do noj fajl to call early for your
Easier cards tit King Hros tf
cPcto tJDUcvUfitmcnta
HOT-I-BUNS
Of the well known firtela quality of
many years reputation will be ready and tie
livcicd to nil parts o the city
From 5 a m to 5 oclock p m
AT THE
Pioneer Slcam Candy Factory and
Bakery
F HORN
Practical Confectioner Pastty Cook and
Laker
N071I IOTJEL STREET
ISct Fort and Nuunnu Streets
Both Telephones No 74
NEW STOCK
33oots and Siloes
Nuunnu between Merchant and Queen
Streets Honolulu
I take pleasure In Informing the public that
I have returned from the Coast with an
ELEGANT STOCK
Of Shoes selected by myself comprising
Finest Ladles French Kid Shoes
Mens Fine Shoes and Boots Elegant
Childrens Shoes
Also a fine lot of
Infants Uronze Shoes
Xj adler
LIST OF LETTERS
ltematntng In the General Post Office Honolulu
up to March 3
Antonsen II
Allen Mrs O E
Anderson A
IlUke Reo M
Ilearnr Douglas
llurlcetJA
Uallentlne Roll
Ilcniamin Isaac
llartholf T N
Uallantyne J I
llrown Jno C
IlayleyM
Costa T
Coup W C
Cosgrove D 1
Chanswcctin
DohertyJ P
Deering Geo
Datlds II
Eveisen D F
French SWi
Fowlkes RLJ
Giindetl V
CSumverl Mis L
Goodhue Lieut J A
Graham W II
Gonsalves Maggie A
Harrison Mrs W 11
lleltman Paul
Hsinpel K K
lltutr Chas
Koppelman T
Kerrigan Anny
Kennedy d
Lukpihl
Legate Frank
Larsenr 0
McCormick Jno
Martin Mix K
McLean Mrs Kulamanu
Morris Col Geo
Miller Wm
Makarhur Miss
Mullcr I
1
Olsen Iiilius
uestrcicii j
Powell Vm A
Parker Miss C D
Hey Mai JWC
House Kev Til
Roberts F I
Koklnson Harry
Smith W II
Smith Capt Theo
Schubert Paul
Swainey It 11
aciioitty 11 it
Tollofn O
Trask II
layiur J 1
Willard Fred
Wilson J R
Wcddick DrJ
A
Anderson I J
Akin Ed
lluckow Frank
Ileiiekc Iriti
Iligelow Hon D C
Helium C G 9
Rapllst Lino
IlassalleiThos
Iliseur D
Ilishop S It
Copp Geo
Cornell Mrs A
Cobb Thos
CiMVuiau Mrs Iydia
D
David M
Daley J K
DarrWE
E
Edwardson Alex
F
Foster Thos
G
Giesekint Fritz
Gray Jno
Gutlenlcll 11
Gartland Matthew
It
Iluggins A
Harper Miss Fannie a
nanson 11 1
Heidrickson DrWM
J
Jonsen Mrs C
K
Kesinsly II
Kldd Tl os
King J II
U
I ulhemanrt Frill
LaNux Mrtllebde
M
MitchellTI
Mendonsa Mrs Dell
Morris Capt Geo
atoore ueo
Meek Miss Annie
Mather R M
McLean D D
O
Ohlsen Georg
P
Purdy Wm
R
Richardson Annie
Robertson G W
Rodwcll Geo F
Renncr II
S
Sktdmore F
Schmidt Geo
Stable w J
Smith Percy
Seymour Theo S
T
Trask L
Taylor R H T
Turner Co
V
Vindresser C J V
W
Williams T A
Willson Wm
Zablan Joo
Parties Inquiring for letters tn the above list will
pleaso ask for Advertised Letters
F WUNDENUERO P M 0
PITERLY MEETING
STOCKHOLDERS OF C
THE
Urcwer Company are hereby notified
that the next jiiarlerty meeting oi llics Com
pany will be held on Saturday April 9th at
iiu iuit a in
J 0 CARTER
Secretary
Honolulu April 1 1887
NOTIQE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Press Publlshlnc Comnanv will be held
invito Companys office llethel street Thurs
day April 7 at 9130 a 111
THUS H SOUTHWICKV
Secretary
cimitl btfUccmeltta
GrULKJKff
Gcilcral Business Agency
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished
TniEKE ARE NOW REGISTERED
X s me icncy uusKKCcpcrs rupineers
Plantation Lun u CarpenterflIottlers Cooks
Boys etc who are seeking employment and
many of whom can furnish the best of icfet
it r i
cuica 11 rctiuiicu
Valuable real estate In xleslrable lots for
sale or lease Convenient Cottages to let on
fnvorable terms
THE OLD CORNER Noltes for sale
on reasonable terms A rare chance for In
vestment
A LODGING ESTABLISHMENT
Conveniently located paying handsomely to
be had at a bargain
Full particulars given upon applicatibn at
the Agency
No 38 MERCHANT ST HONOLULU
Bell Telephone 348 B 0 Box 415
FOR
EASTER EGGS
USE-
DIAMOND
Benson
Slhitl
M
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AG E3STTS
GASOLINE
OF THE
HIGHtST ILLUMINATING POWER
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
For Sale By
GW MACFARLANE Co
WANTED
SITUATION nY A YOUNG MAN
who would make himself Generally useful
In a warehouse Understands packing goods
writes a good hand and could assist In on
office Can give good reference as to charac
ter and sobriety Salary nut so much on ob
ject as a permanent situation Address A X
Herald office
DIVIDEND NOTICE
A DIVIDEND OF FIVE DOLLARS A
x jl suaic on wie uauuKU sutraruo s stock
Is Inn nncl riiviVJi in Um titsoMAM tl
day nt the office of C Urewer Company
Queen Street
PER ORDER
Honolulu April I 1887
MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
A Dollar per shard will be payableon the
capital stock of the Peonlts Ire nmt Iti Crln
rotor Company on Tuesday the 29th of
iutii m sue company s omcc
W E FOSTER 1
Secretary-
dividend Notice-
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF TWO
JT Dollars a share upon the C Brewer
Company stock is due and payable at 1 the
office of the Company on Queen street
J O CARTER
Treasurer
Honolulu April I 1887
SES TO m
BY
A X Carfcwriglit
The two storv residence In Niutnmi Vnlliv
at present occupied by Prof M M Scott to
In Ifm lliA ft t A -It
The house latelv nrmininl hv Mr Tnltn
Monsarrat on Maklki streets next baseball
grounds to let
FOR SALE
A residence in Nuuanu Valley oppositeJhe
Ice Works with twelve acres of garden past
lute and taro land occupied by Mr M Sllva
A CARTWRIGHT 1
Kaahutnanu Street
Pliaoloii for Stile
AUREVSTKRPHAETon NKAniV
JTJbnow repainted to uejceruat A Mort
gana carriage shop King street Applrto
J W LUNING
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