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"VVlNKSDAY, Al'ML 26,1882.
Vi:l! HONOLULU ATHLETIC
In j it institution for tho benefit of
nil ,v mug men and ladies of this city.
It of.vrs nn opportunity to young
people to spend their leisure evenings
in healthy exorcises, und in good
poekty. Therefore it undoubtedly
deserves tho support of nil well
wishing and pulilic-spiritod men of
this community. An opportunity will
le given them to ovineo their good
will by becoming life members of
the Association, to which everybody
ia entitled by ono payment of 8100.
A former institution of similar
character fniled, on nccount of nu
unwise course in erecting n hall on
leased ground. Such a mistako is
avoided this time, as the Association
has purchased a freehold lot on Fort
street, a littlo nmuka of Kukul
street, and consequently centrally
located. A suitable hall will bo
erected with dispatch, and opened to
its members at an early date. In
order to defray part of theso con
sidernble expenses, tho Directors will
invite the lending men of Honolulu
to becoino life-members, and they
feel confident of finding a ready sup
The first names on the list arc, His
Majesty Kalakaua, Her Majesty
lr.ti.ii T itiifl CJ.rtTt.r Diiitrtm
AV4fct AWUJWY1, (lllll kJJWl UAU 4. .lltltl.il,
Ksq, AVo will take great pleasure
in being able -to publish a long list
Tno members of the Saturday
JPretu Association will moot this day
ut 11 a. in.
Tho bark Lizzie Dell cloarcd yes
teidayfor Victoria B. C. She will
Bail this morning.
The various committees of tho Art
Loan Exhibition will meet again this
afternoon at tho Library and Read'
iug Room at 3 :30 im.
Tho bgtnc. '0011811010 sailed yos
tc:d iy for San Francisco. She took
nwiiy 88!J3 bags of sugar and 157
bunches of bananas. Horn, value
A sheaf of oats may bo seen at tho
publication office of tho Bum.i:tin,
from a field of several acres now
growing at the Makec Ranch, Ulupa
lakuti, Maui, which at four months
from tho seed lias reached a height of
eix feet. Thirty years ago, botli onto
and wheat were extensively grown in
An opportunity occurs to-day for
the put chose of some very desirable
property at auction. Mr. J. E.
Barnard, Executor, will offer at 12
o'clock, four large building lots on
the makai side of King street; a
ycry pleasant locality, and only a
few .minutes walk from tho I?ost
ollii'c. Sec advertisement hi this
WILLIAM O. SMITH, Attor
tioy at Law, No. 36 Morolmut
street. 73 liu
NOTICE Thoro will bo s special
Minion of Oceanic Council,
2To. 777, A. L. ofH. on Thursday
Evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Full nt
toii iaiico is requested. Per Order.
Tt OTJCE The members of the
JJN Saturday I'rcts Association
aro' requested to meet this day,
Wodiiebduy, April 2(ith,at 11 o'olock
ji.ni., at tho rooms of tho Chamber
of Commerce. Important businebH,
Per order of Exocutivo Committoo.
WANTED By a young man who In
thoroughly conversant In English,
Trench, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese
3iu(l Chinese languages, a position us
35ook-keeper, Clerk or lutcrpn-tur.
Apply to J. W. HonmnsoN & Co, oil lin
WANTED, a situation as Book-ku p.
or, 1) a competent man. A ilili um
A Z, J V Luning's ofllCC, Mirchaiil t.
ThoGoyloa at Hilo.
Our thanks nro tendeivd to the'
writer of the following interesting
Tho English nteamer Ceylon left
llilo for San Francisco at half-past
nine o'clock on Monday morning,
April 17th. Owing to the absence
from llilo of Judge Lyman, the
Acting-Governor of the island, the
Japanese Embassy were taken in
charge by Fred. Lyman, jr., who f ui
nished them with mules for the vol
cano, and attended to all tho details
of the trip and of their stay in llilo,
and escorted them on board tin Cey
lon at 4 r.M. on Sunday, the hour set
for sailing. Mr. Lyman performed
tho duties devolving upon him with
becoming grace and ability. The
Ceylon was detained at llilo 17 hours
after the time set for bailing, owing
to tho fact that two of her passengers
had not returned from tho volcano.
Tho party, a lady and gentleman,
lclt tho Volcano House early Sunday
morning, nccompanied by a boy who
had been detailed by Mr. Simpson to
act as guide. After leaving the half
way huuso tho boy Bonic Kanpa
hastened homo to Hilo, leaving tho
party to got back as best they
might. The result was they lost their
way, took the wrong road and went
to Puna, and after hours' travelling
managed to get back to the half-way
house with tired, worn out nnimnls
to say nothing of their own aches
and pains at about 9 p.m., when n
message was dispatched to notify
tho Uoylon of their whereabouts
Parties had been sent out from Hilo
in search of the wanderers, on all
the roads, it being feared that some
severe accident might liavo befallen
them ; and it was a decided relief to
tho watchers at Hilo and on board
the ship, when tho messenger arrived
shortly after midnight to announce
tho safety of tho party. After a few
hours' rest tho lady and gentleman
again loft the half-way houso at 2
a.m., Monday morning, on fresh
horses and with a responsible guide
for Hilo, which place was reached at
a littlo after 8 o'clock. They went
immediately on board, and as soon
its possible thereafter the ship sailed.
Too much blame cannot be attached
to a guido who thus leaves his party,
or to one wlto sends such nn irres
ponsible person as guide, not only
causing the party to lose their way,
and great anxiety on tho part of
friends and tho community at large,
but also the detention of a ship like
the Ceylon, under great hourly ex
pense. Mrs. C. C. Kennedy and
child took passage on tho Coylou
from Hilo for San Francisco.
Yesterday at noon, according to
previous notice, tho Marshal offered
for sale at public auction in front of
tho Government House, two pieces
of land under execution of the
Supreme Court. The first was some
2J acres in Wnihce, Koolaupoko.
Mb Hatch cave notico that his
client, Knlama, held a deed of this
land from tho patentee, dated in
1878. Tho execution was against
Barcnaba, husband of Kahuna. Un
der theso circumstances the bidding
was not spirited, and tho laud was
knocked down to Chung "Wan, who
needless to say is a Celestial, and
holds a lease of tho place on which
ho has a crop of rice growing. The
second piece was 50 acres at Wai
iilini, bold Ivccauso the o ner, a na
tive, could not afford to enco it for
tho udvaiitago of in adjoining largo
landholder. Kaaiahuu, the native,
is now without a home for his
family, pimply became hid neighbor
winked to fence his land. There is
boiui'lhiiig wrong when laws opciatu
ill tliib iiv. Tim nin aviik ..clil in
one K.mih'olci, for $303, ni. dolhus'
an I a half more than the amount oi .
The eldi) Fiona which arrived yes
tciday Irom New Castle, N. S. "W.,
brought 2028 tons of Wnllsend coal,
to Messrs. G. "W. Macfarlane & Co.
This is the largest cargo of coal
brought to this poi I from New Castle.
This evening, at the New Musio
Hall, the Odd Fellows of Honolulu
give nn Anniversary Ball, in honor
of the introduction of Odd Fellow
ship into the United Stales of Amer
ica. The Hall has recently noon
fitted with a moveable flooring,
which renders it a splendidly capa
cious nail room. An enjoyable
evening may be anticipated.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Regular Cash Sale,
THURSDAY, April 27, at 10 a. m.,
at Sales Room,
A variety of Clothing,
Fancy Wares, and a
New Stock of Groceries.
Sacks brown sugar, barley, oats,
Ground feed, corn,
Cases bread, crates potatoes,
And a small lot of
E. P. Adams, Auot'r.
Catalogue Salo of
VALUABLE BOOKS !
April 29th, at the
Stor of JT. W. Robertwra & Co,
E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
Desirable Investments, Ex
ecutors' Sale of Real Estate.
TY virtue of an Order of Salo
JLJ granted on tho 28th day of
Aiarcn, ih, by ttio lion. A. Fran
cis Juud, Uluet Justice of tho
Supremo Court, sitting as Judge in
Wrnliutn. 'Plin uiirlriruwrnnfl ...ill oll
at Public Auction at tho front door
of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'olock noon,
On Wednesday, April 26th, 1882,
for cash, on execution of tho Title
Deeds. . All those 4 lots of Land
situato on King street, Honolulu,
within 10 minutes walk of tho Post
Ofiieo, having frontagos on King
street, nearly opposite tiio residence
of :he lute Josopii Cooke.
Lot 1 has a frontage on King
street of 03 feet and a depth run
ning SV. 193 feet on tho Puniwai
side, and on tho NE sido 212 feet.
and-in tho rear on tho SE, 99 feet.
Lot 2 adjoins lot 1 and fronts on
King streot, 93 feot with a depth of
212 feet along lot 1, and on tho ma
kai sido 99 feet and 231 5-10 foot
along fence adjoining Lano to King
Lot 3 also fronting on King
street, 91 feet with a depth of 131
feet along the fence, running aloug
tho Lano to aiiglo of fenco. Thenco
SE 77 feot along the makai portion
of this lot along fence; thenco 142
6-10 along lot 4 to King street.
Lot 4 fronts on King streot, 00 ft
running SW, 101 8-10 feet, thence
running NV 90 ft along tho makai
portion of tho lot; thenco NE 152 ft
to King street.
Title perfect; Deeds at tho ex
pense of tho purchaser. Maps and
specifications can be seen on appli
cation to John E. Baunauu.
Olork Supremo Court and Executor
of tho Will of Susan Reynolds.
March 28, 1881. 71
Uth of JUNE!
Don't you Forget it !
A lot of Extra Quality
Now Zealand Oats;
Go erriy and secure what you want
73 Union Fed . 2w
At Mrs. A. M. Aicllis' Cloak and
.Mantle Making Department, ,
No 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orderti executed at bhoit notice. 11
Grand Spring Opening v
At Mrs. A. M. Mollis'
Leading Dress, Cloak and Mantle
Of the Latest Parisian
and New York Styles,
Selected for tho occasion by her Bister, Miss E. Sachs, who has arrived
ncrc laiciy irom .new xonv.
Parlors open for Inspection
On Saturday, April 29th, from 2
from 7 a.
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Kapiolani Park, June 10 and 12, 1882.
Tko followlnu'gcntlemcn comprlso the Committee of Arrangements:
W. G. IlWIN, Cucii Bitowx, II. K. Macfaulake,
Capt. A. N. Titii'i', Jami:s I)odd. II. A. Wioemann.
Leahi Cup, $40
WuloKacu; mlleiiafiii; ireoioau;
catch weights. Entranco, 95.
Eapiolanl Plate, $100-
For Hawaiian bred horses; muo
dashi catch weights. Entrance, 810.
Zing's Plato, $125-
For tlircc-ycar-oius; open to an;
best 2 In 3; to carry; 100 lbs. En
Park Cap, $75
8-4 oimllu; free lorall two-year-olds
bred In tho Kingdom; catch
weights. Entrance, 810.
Beciprocity Plate, $100
TrottlUB lfcicc; mtlo heats; nest 3 in
r to himicss; free to all horses that
have not a better record than 2:40
In any public race in this Kingdom.
Queen Emma Plato, $100
KiinnuigRacc; 04 mile dash; Ireo
for all to carry 100 lbs. Entranco,
Express Oup, $75
Trotting Itacc, ouo mile, iree to all
horses that have been driven In a
public hack six months previous to
this 11th ot June. 'Entranco, 10,
Kamehamoha Plate, 8200
Trotting Itaco; mile heats; best 8 In
C to liarnehsj free for all. Entrance,
Lnnamakaainana Plato, 3100
One and a half inllodanh; free for
all to curry 1C0 lbs. Eutiaucc, 815,
Eegent'B Plato, 8100
Free to all hoiv.es bred In tho King
dom; best 2 In 3; catch weights.
J.W. Robertson & Go's Book Bepartm'nt
"Wo have ucry facility for obtaining books published in the
United Staler and Europo, and arc enabled to deliver tliem
hero at a small advance on pubiisheis' rateo.
Any cirdi'ih U: tlm above will bo executed with all possible dispatch.
As our oi'deis for books itvorv month nro lnrov. w,. tint oimlilml tr
nun iiaiii miu in .i iwiv I'imu
k .." .SUS.M.fM
Books on theso B!artds-
Honolulu : Sketches of Life, social,
waiian I .IiiiiiIh, from 18-J8 to 1M1
The llti.wii'M.i AKliilK'lajjro; bv Miss
Scenes in the Hawaiian islands; by
Making Establishment of Honolulu,
to 5 p. m., arid Monday, May
m. to 5 p. m.
Pony Saco Cup, $50
One mile dash; open to all ponies
bred in the Kingdom, nut over 13 1-tt
hands high; catch weights. En
Kfciulani Cup, 875
Hurdle Race; ono mile dash, 4 hur
dles; free for all; catcb, wolghts.
Entrance, 810. ,
Donkey Baoe Cup, 825
I'ree tor all; each man to rldo his
neighbor's donkey, the lust.oue un
der tho wire wins.
Also, a Bicycle, Tricycle, and Foot
Race, for 200 yards, for medals and a
All horses entered for these races will
be under tho control of tho judges, and
their decision will bo final.
All rnnnlng races will bo under tho
rules of tho Pacific Blood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All trotting races will be under tho
rules of the 'National Trotting Associa
tion. No pool selling on the Park grounds
All hordes that are sold in pools will bo
In order to sccuro and maintain order,
no one will bo allowed on the track
without tho association badge, which
can bo obtained on tho grounds.
Permits to train horses on tho Park
track can bo obtained froin Mr. II. R.
Macfarlane. JocMch' colors must ac
company entrance fees.- All entries to
cIoko Satunlny, Juno :3rd.
It U also planned to bavo an exhibi
tion of slock.
II. A. Wioemajt, Chairman.
7 E. A. Pkiiicr, Secretary.
WMVMK. IMm t.V IDIW
nolitical and re'luious. in tlie Ha
; bv Laura Fish Judd.
3Iary K. Anderson.
! or talc by J. W. 110I3EUTSON & Co.