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$l ii Igtilkiiti.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1882.
THE DAYS DOINGS.
Mr. E. P. Adam will sell at Stilus
Room, at 10 o'clock, a Valuable
Collcetlou of Books, Liquors, "Wines,
Meeting of Veteran Soldiers and
Sailors, at the ofllco of J. M. David
son, at 7:30.
Mr. E. P. Adams will sell at the
Hawaiian Hotel Parlors, at 8 o'clock,
a Valuable Collection of oil Paint
ings. Gospel Timperanco meeting, at
Bethel Vestry, at 7:30.
IW ': Rev. S. C. Damon, 11 a.m
Schools; evening, Mr. HoliL.nuK
St. Andrew's Cathedral: Re;' VT
Wallaco, morning and evening.
Col. Geo. MacFarlano's Party.
On Thursday night the road to
"Waikiki was dotted witli carriages
going and coming ; the whole popu
lation seemed to be on wheels, and
all wero making for the same place
Col. Geo. MacFarlano's residence,
at the Park. Bcforo coming to the
1 Baths tho brilliant illumination of
the look-out was perceptible, and,
after passing the bridge, lamps
stationed at the most awkward spots
on the road served to guide the
drivers to the right spot.
On cnteiing the grounds the way
was marked out by Chinese lanterns
bordering the carriage drive, the
illumination of the look-out and its
decorations were most conspicuous,
and tho flood of light that came from
the entrance of the lanai almost
At tho head of tbo steps of the
lanai stood Mrs. MaeFarlane, sr.,
welcoming the numerous arrivals as
they came. Inside the lanai a large
aud brilliant assemblage were mak-
ing themselves happy and comfort
able. Before 9 a.m. the Band struck
up "Hawaii l'onoi," us His Majesty
t arrived. Daucing was then begun,
' " All went merry as a marriage bell."
Panqe after dance followed m quick
succession, and the ladies found no
lack of partners, although, as usual,
the naval officers entirely got away
from the civilians ; while those who
cared not to waltz in "the mazy" or
trip on the "light fantastic" enjoyed
' a cigar or a stroll on the beach
watching the moonlight on the
watcis. About midnight an adjourn
ment was made for supper, where
the splendid housewifery of Mis.
MacFarlanc, sr., showed itself.
, Everything was gratifying to the eye
V. and toathsomc to tlte palate, with
champagne in profusion to wash it
down ; while thoso who wished to be
more temperate in their demands
were supplied with iced lemonade.
Js'o formal speeches or toasts were
made, although ti considerable
amount of hobnobbing was done by
little grouus, wishing each other
health or giving utterance to some
patriotic sentiment. Dancing was
then resumed and kept up till about
3 'o'clock in the morning, and al
though many guests departed befoic
this hour, btill fio many remained
that the floor never seemed to be too
roomy. The whole of the rooms in
the building were thrown open for
the use of tho guests, and no ex
pense or pains were spared to give
every comfort or convenience that
could bo thought of. Tho tasty ar
rangement of tho leis and Japanese
decorations everywhere attracted
murknil attention and called forth
much nraiso. "Wo arc informed that
they were arranged by Mr. George
Wood, of Wells' musio store, under
Mr. Macfarlanc's supervision.
Tho dresses that were most notice
able wero a gray satin, with train ; a
blue satin, with looped up train from
the shoulders ; a palo dun silk em
broidered with ffisthotic designs ; a
blue satin with figured gauze; a
cardinal satin, jacket body and
black skirt ; a rose pink silk- jacket
body with muslin sleeves and skirt ;
' and a salmon colored silk faced and
yevp.rsed with deep brown silk drawn
uud gathered. Many wore trains,
but most adopted tho sensible plan
of short skirts.
To give a complete list of the
names of the guests would more
than (111 the whole reading space of
our. paper, us nearly 400 wero pre
sent, and to make a selection would
be invidious ; but we may mention
that almost the whole of our notables
assembled to do honor to Col. Mac
Furlano and wish him bon votUye.
We again repeat our comment of
yesterday, 'that it was tho largest
and most successful party ever given
by a private individual in Honolulu.
Of the order of exercises of tho
quaiterly exhibition of the Kuumaka
pill Sunday School, Sept. 24, 1882.
Chorus Praise ye the Lord
Exhibition... Y.M.C.A. of Kaumakapili
Exhibition District of I wild
Exhibition District of P.ilnma
Chorus. . .Come away to the Bab. School
Exhibition District of Pauoa
Exhibition District of Kapuukolo
Exhibition District of Kaakopua
ClIl'ltl'H NOTICKH VOUtTlIU WliKh.
Chorus Uculuh Land
Exhibition.... .The Reformatory School
Exhibition District of Macinac
Exhibition Class of Kaiunul
.Class of Thos. Nathaniel
Vvhlliln.. iwincv oi wuiKnuaiuiu
Exh hi ion. . . .DhUlct of Holokolilkl
Chorus .. . . .full lm !uC Shorn
No na liana o ka Hoike Hapaha ma
Kaumakapili, Sept. 24, 1882.
Hiinrni Hui Hoomaikai Ae, I..A. fti
Ilolke. .Ahahui Opiopio o Kaumakapili
Hoike Apnua o Iwilci
Hoike Apana o Palama
lHmeni Hui Nauwc nia! 1 kc Kula
Hoike..... Apuna o I'nuoa
.Apana o Kapuukolo
Hoike Apana o Kaukopua
NA OI.FXO nOOLAUA A KA KKAI.ESIA.
Hlraeni Bula Lai, Ii.a.n. 150
Hoike Kula lloopololei
Hoike Apana o Maemac
Hoike .Papa o Kaiantl
Hoike Papa o Thos. Nathaniel
Hoike Apana o Waikahnlulu
llolkc Apana o llolokauana
Himenl Hui Hoe a Man. n.A.N. 272
The British bark Glcugaber ar
rived yesterday, 11C days Jroni
Liverpool. Shu brings an assorted
cargo, and is consigned to J. T.
The Am. bktno Klikitat arrived
yesterday from Puget Sound.
We learn that the performance of
Trial by Jury will take place som
where about the i'Jtu of Uctobcr.
Eight deserters from the Hansa's
crew were caught yesterday and
Tub Moi Kciki goes to Christmas
Island to-day, having completed tho
necessary repairs to the rudder port.
The Glcngaber yesterday hoisted
a red flag at the fore to show she
had powder on board, according to
the English law.
"We hoar there is a good chance
for n doctor on Maui. Ho can prob
ably make from $2,500 to 83,000 a
"We call the attention of intending
purchasers to thu fact that the sale
of the Thrum premises advertised
by Mr. E, P. Adams to take place
to-day is indefinitely postponed.
A itt'K'AWAY dray on Thursday on
Fort street between Merchant and
King streets, was finely handled by
tho driver and prevented from doing
damage to an express.
Ouit Kahului correspondent sends
us the following: The brig W. G.
Irwin, Capt. Turner, sailed on
Thursday morning, Sept. 21, for
San Francisco, with the following
passengers : Mrs. J. B. Gates and 2
children, and Mrs. Greenfield-
Earlv on Fridav mornintr the
Baud serenaded His Majesty, and
afterward went to Aliiolani Halo and
played a fow tunes thero, as thoir
last official act before Mr. Bergcr
takes his well-earned holiday.
... . . -.,-f TV
Should the steamer City of New
York arrive aud remain in port Sun
day, it is expected that the celebrat
ed lecturer, Joseph Cook, D.D., L.
L.D., en route to tho. 'United States
from his leoturo touruTtiroufiil the
world, will lecture in Fort street
Church. In tho event of Dr. Cook
notoccupying the pulpit. Mr. Cruzan
will preach Sunday morning, and
the evening service will bo' omitted,
so that all who may desiro to attend
Mr. Hulfcnbcck'a farewell service nt
Kaumakapili can do so.
It is said that ' tho arrangements
for the issue of Domestic Money
Orders will soon be completed. It
would bo even a greater convenience
if the arrangments for Foreign
Money Orders were ready. We
trust the Postal Authorities will see
to it, as it is said that those arrange
ments are not in so forward a statu
as tho others.
The boys golBg to school in Japan
and China arc: Isaac and James
Hakuolu to Japan, aud J. II. Kapaa
to China. It is said they will' act as
Government Interpreters on their
return. Kapaa is said to know
some Chinese already and to have
acted as interpreter at Ewa some
times. The Band boys gave Mr. Bcrger
a larcwell vocal serenade on the
Suez yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Bcrger aud his daughter were liter
ally smothered in leis. The names
of the songs sung arc: "Kuu
Aloha," " Aolc au e puni hou ana,"
" Sweet Tidings from over the sea,"
" Akclc akele ka manao," "Hawaii
pnoi. I hey then unxc three
chcm nnd i tiger,
earrhSi w'tn n'm tnc
and goofw wishcs of
his brief lu)Hday.
every body on
Auction Sales fcy E.P. Adams
BookH, WincH nmtxLiqtiors
AT AUCTION. .
Bv order of the Administrator of tV.C
Estate of Juinc-t S, Lemon, deceased, I
will cell at Auction,
Saturday, Sept. 23,
At 10 a.m., at my Bale Itoom,
Tho Valuable Library
Of the late J. S. Lemon, consisting of
Some very rare and valuable Books,
Also, some old Havyallnu Works, very
scarce. Alter vwiicn win ue
, sold the balance of the
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Beer Champagne, Claret,
Cherry Cordial, Wine Bitters,
Lemon Syrup, etc., and
I h Bond 3 hogsheads Sin,
2 qr casks D S Whiskey,
1 hhdB I) &Coh Brandy,
A very flue Old Clarut, to be sold in lots
to suit purchasers
Small assortment of Clears.
Auo, will ue feoiu, us residue of
10 tins of Zinc.
20 tins Mixed Paint,
20 tins White Lead, 10 drums Boiled Oil
Albo, btoue posts, lee Llicst, xc.
tejy Books will be on view at t p. m.
E2T" The whole of tho above will be
positively sold for the purpose of Clos
ing the Estate. As bargains may be ex
pected, the Terms are Cash.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
On Saturday Evening
Sept. 23, at 8 p.m.,
At the Hotel Parlors,
A Number of
Representing the most Interesting por
tion of Islnnd Scenery.
These pictures are the work of Mr. W.
A. Coulter, of San Francitco, -who, dur,
Infills stay upon these Islands, has bren
engaged in making careful studies fronf
nature. Mr. Coulter is about to leave
Honolulu, and ofierii for sale hU entire
Through the courtesy of J. M. Lnwlor,
Eq., the ale will take place at thu
Hotel Parlors, wheiethe paintings aro
now on exhibition,
E. P. Adams, Auet'r.
SPORT ON THE WAVE.
By order of Capt J. 8, Lee,
Tuesday, Sept. 26tli,
At 12 o'clock noon,
At Sorrenson's Wharf, will bo sold
Tlio 'Amnplnnn itlnnn 14nnrt nn the
- "Wave,'1-10 trn burthen, with her '
. sails, span., liggint;, unchors and
' chains. . Also, s oohu, 17 xatcr cks.
Lot of Piovlms, ammuniyon and
fcballug 'Un. 'lcr.nscash. I
E. P. A amh, AuC oncer.
' Mu. R. II. Fowixu gave a dinner
to about 20 friends at the Hotel
C3T For a perfect fitting Gent's Suit,
you'll do well to call at the Honolulu
CJothlng Emporium of A. H. Mhi.lis,
101 "Fort street. '202 2w
C. A. R.
ALL Veteran SOLDIERS and
SAILORS arcurgently requested
to .meet at the olllce of J. M.
Davidson, Esq., next to Bishop
& Go's Dank, on Saturday Even.
Inif twi f Untst 'VI ml rn hiiutmua
win ii"Vi ji;ii jwutiif vii iMiiiuvan
Tongued and Grooved
CARGO NOW LANDING
Ex bktne Kllkltat,
Also, a Full Assortment of
Lumber of all kinds,
FOR SALE BY
20'1 lm Lewei'H & Cooke.
110 days from Liverpool,
Several New Linen
Never bnorc shown in Honolulu.
Small profits and quick returns, at
202 lm X T. Waterliouse's.
IMPORTANT ISSUES !
A fine cottage conalnlng C rooms at
Fauoa valley, (Puncftjowl street), situ
ate on aii acre of grouid. A large ele
gant barn and stable, water, running
brook and everything convenient for
raising poultry or dahv business.
ltentql 6U50 a year. f
Small neat cottage to ltt on Queen
street above Punchbowl bfeet, contains
5 rooms. Water bath &c. furniture to
soil on the premises. Itntal 812 a
A bo.iutifnl cottage to et on King
streit near the residence if Mr. Dow
Bctt. suitable for a small 'itmllv, neat
giounds, shade trees &c Iental r-'JAil
Another tine cottago on Lljua sr);ct
to let, and also isevcral ot uuout
town and suburbs.
A good drayago business fc gajc
gnarnteed buMiiess to the r,jltD'artv
Property for sale in various pftrtg 0
Partner wanted in the BLkgmltu
A very pleasant suite of 5omfl t0
rent, furnished in the heart orno cltv
Location fine and convenient to ,.."
Hawaiian Hotel or English Clut
Rooms In all parts of the eity ront
Gencrcl Olllce, bualncss transi,.p,i
il Estate Broker and EinphyJn,,,
, 27 Merchant st. J
J JC4, h ionium
TO RENT A Furnished Roo7
minute walk fiom the Post-Jni.,,.
1 09 A nnl t-(n .T. M..OAT JJJ!" "
FUROISMED ROOM to let inv vt.rv
pleasant location. Apply tOj
Robertson & Co, Jig jt
1T ANTED Anyono having a
TV of tho book " Lalekawal" Ud'j
nose of will nlcje call at
201 lm J. W. ROBERTSON &
WILLJA'M AULD, Agi
lnUn ArknnwlcdtrnicntH t
tract for Labor for the District of 10,, (
isianuoi uanu, hi inc omee oi iiiu iib,0
lulu WaterWork, foot of Nuuanu tf
X fOTICK Thu imrierolirncd has It
IN MOVED HIS OFFICE, from
Tt IVlll DHrtlt . H. w a. mm ut
next to j.. aiiio.
103 8w L,
XTOTICE On and after the 1st day i
IN October next, all Outstanding Ae
counts will be presented at the cud o
each month, ;
N..B. Cash sales of over $5.00 will r$
prtvi tlin riKiinl dincount'of it II CT eeut.
Honolulu. Sent. 4. 1882. 18)
rrso LET TWO COTTAGES, each'
1- containing 7 rooms, with fitabllug
and every convenience, situated on tio
Plains, about 1 mile from town. Water
laid on. For particulars apply to
103 lm At E. O. Hall & Son's.
From San Francisco,
THE LATEST STYLES
Trimmed and Untrlmmed,
Also in Straw and Hough Plush.
Beautiful Plumes and Floxvcrs.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
FINE LINE OF
181 ly 1(W Fort street.
J. W. Yanidley,
rpEiVCIIEU OF MUSIC, VIOLIN,
X. and the
Cultivation or the Voick.
Instruction nl-o g!cn in Sight Heading,
Choir, Chorus and Part Singing.
For pHilicular npplv at
201 lm WELLS' Mitklc Store.
A FEW CHOICE qOWS JUST RE
CEIVED, Per Bktno Discovery.
These are good family cow, and worthy
of the attention of housekeepers.
Apply early to
G. W. MACFAHLANE & Co.
nPWO TOP BUGGIES,
2 Second Hand Expresses,
1 Two-seated Basket CuUmder,
1 Beach Wagon,
1 Single Diay, Horse and Harness
All tin: above are in eood order, ncarl v
as good as new.
VJU lw u. WEST.
Just Received ex Kalakaua,
ONE HUNDRED CASES - '
of superior quality, and for sale in quan
tities to hiilt, by
101 lw F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.
rjpiIANKFUL for that liberal patron
JL age which has been extended to
tho undersigned, rendering it necessary
to enlarge hi Piloting Department and
move to more spacious quarters, he
would respectfully infoim the public of
its change to
No. 6 Kaahumanu Street,
(Flitucr'H old stand, and moio recently
occupied by Mr. Max Eekurt), adjoining
Theo. II. Da vies' oftlec, xhcro all work
In the several branches of
News, Book & Job Printing
Will be attended to faithfully, and
in a style or art inferior
The Bindery Department
At the (Sid Stand on Merchant stieet, has
recently received additions of New Jla
clilneiy, foi expedition and perfection of
work, "and is wholly carried on' by ex
perienced Foreign Workmen,
Perforating, Ruling, Paging,
Marbling, Gildiug and Finishing;
Executed in a manner equal to any cUlco
on thu coust
VMm u TIIpS.i:. THRUM.
rpEACHEP. OF ELOCUTION Prl
X uttt Lessons given,
Afternoon and evening clashes, for girls,
boy, aud ladh1.
A limited ntuiiher of boarding pupils
will hi' received. Application can bo
made at No 3 Kukul street, from 10 to
m. 105 2w
ITiOR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN
; TLEMEN, w ith nil thu convenien
ces and comfort of a home, i Itli
U3e of Parlor.
Sooms an) huge and well vtntilnicd.
Terms, Strictly Moderate.
MRS. SOllRADEU. ' '
Corner of Hotel and Alakea ttrecta.
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