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MONDAY, OCTOHKll. 2, 1882.
THE DAY'S DOINGS-
Kolilcr'8 Wax-Work Exhibition,
10 n. m. to 10 p.m.
Hnnnony Lodge, J.O.O.F. 7 :30.
Algarohu Lodge, I.O.O.T. 7 :30.
Saturday Night's Concert
Was wi-11 attended, the house being
crowded in every Hcction. The pro
gramme, although long, was faith
fully carried out, and finished a little
before 1 1 o'clock, When everybody
departed thoroughly pleased with the
The apphuwc , wns hearty and fre
quent cucors were given, which were
invariably responded to. The suc
cess of the owning wns Mr. Kohler' s
tsolo performances on the French
plngcolet and Ocarina. The Night
ingale Polka, on the former, with
variations imitating thecalls of dif
ferent birds was superb. It excelled
an playing ever heard here.
In the first part the most success
ful numbers were Mr. Drill's "Speak
to me, speak," and Mr. Fisher's
"Leave me not in anger, darling."
The tableau, "Slavery Days," fairly
brought down the house, and the
curtain had to be raised again in re
sponse to the unanimous wihh of the
Messrs. Young and Rafferty in
their double song and dance were so
pleasing that the' received a double
encore. Our Hawaiian Quartette
sang splendidly. Their voices were
really tine and the harmony was so
blended as to call forth the highest
cncoiuiniums from musical critics.
.The Olo Log Cabin, by G. W.
Miller, was splendidly rendered, and
in fact throughout the evening was
n succossion of pleasant surprises.
We hope that the cntcrtaiinnenc will
be repeated before the Alaska leaves
Latest War News.
Decisive battle fought at Tcl-cl-Kcbir,
Sept. 13th. English loss 150,
Egyptian loss l,r00. Wolscley's
troops entered Cairo, Sept. 11th.
Arabi and Totilba Pashas surrender
ed, Sept. loth. The last rebel strong
hold Damietta, surrendered on the
19th. The Egyptians arc quiet and
rejoice that the war is onded.
Trouble is expected from Redouier.
Steamer Asia wrecked on Lake On
tario, 100 drowned. Hillsdale crew
beaten on the Thames. Mexican
railway is completed. Cholera rag
ing in Tokio, Japan and Manilla.
JCative rebellion in Madagascar.
Japanese troops in Corea. Coreans
peaceful, but war is expected be
tween China and Japan. Young
Spencer is at school at San Mateo,
Cnl. Heavy floods in New York,
Sept. 23d. 2 comets visible in San
Record of the Riflo Match on
The targets were at a range of 200
yards, each competitor fired 10 shots
and an Alaska man and a Honolulu
man alternated, the following is the
A. C. Kelton
A, ti. Rodgcrs
4 .'I 5 4 4 3 4 4 4 338
3 3 3 0 3 4 3 3 4 430
3 3 0 4. 4 4 3 3 4 4 33
A. A. Hull
H M Domliaugli 3 r 3 2 4 4 4 4 2 430
.1. E. flocll U!l44!Jil3U4 -' J
C. A. Poster 3332030 4 4 224
O. F. Seymour 4 5 4 4 3 4 4 5 4 340
W. K. Webber 224 3 32334 0 20
11. it. A.
C. 15. WINon 2 0 3 2 0 r 3
T. 11. Walker 3 3 2 0 3 3 3
II. Webb 3 4 4 4 3 2 3
O. P. luukca 0 0 3 4 3 2 0
A. N.Tilpp 2 33 3330
C. Arnold 0 2 8 3 3 2 5
D. Leli-o 0 0 0 0 3 5 3
V -W. Unge 3 5 4 3 4 3 4
4 1 3
2 4 2-
2 2 5-
3 S 2-
3 0 2-
4 3 2-
4 3 3-
5 4 3-
Have you got that big fan yet?
Was it a pleasant moonlight row?
And did it hurt the gate much?
His Majesty gave a grand luau at
Waikiki on Saturday.
Tin: Cl.ureh-hells tolled for the
Liquor Hill last night.
Who left their caniage standing
on the plain? beyond l'alnma till 3
o'clock in the morning.
Tin: Fire Department did not hold
their drill on Saturday, as announc
ed, on account of the scarcity of
Tin: Hawaiian Caricaturist has
been at work again. See his satiri
cal cartoon on the liquor bill coming
into operation on Monday.
"The road from Honolulu to
Waialua is now in excellent condi
tion." Saturday Press. To break
a man's neck?
Satvihuy's sale brought fair
prices. The (Jowly premises were
bought by dipt. Mist for'SG,200.
Everybody thinks it was cheap.
Dit. and Mrs. Smith's Golden
Wedding is the third that has occur
red amongst the Missionaries, the
other two being Rev. T. Alexander
of Maui and Rev. D. 11. Lyman of
FoiiMEiti.Y there was a lamp at the
corner of Alakca and Queen streets.
Now there is none. Where it has
gone to nobody knows, but. everyone
passing that wa' at night feels the
loss of it as the corner is so terribly
Tin: waxworks exhibition opens
to-day. It will be well worth seeing
and we especially urge our friends
not to miss hearing the Brothers
Kohler play on the varied collection
Tin: New Liquor Law comes into
operation to-day. It remains to be
seen whether the Hawaiian will fall
or will withstand the temptation and
keep on his way nobler and purer
than before. Rut many false fi lends
of the natives will encourage them
to drink to-day; saying "Rejoice,
for you are free." Hotter would it
be for them to say, "This daj
abstain ye from it. Re strong and
quit j'oursclvcs like men."
Wi: call our readers' attention to
the advertisement of Messrs. Ashley
& Co., in another column. Mr.
Ashley is well known to the custo
mers of Dillingham & Co., having
been in their employ over a year.
Wb heard on Saturday that an
American citizen of the name of
Sears came in on the Kilauea Hon,
from Mahukona, crazy and destitute.
Ho was lugged off to the Insane
Asylum by a policeman who held on
to a piece of Manila rope tied on to
his handcuffs. Who.se business is it
to inquire into tins treatment ?
Ok Saturday night a private car
riage was fastened to the railing in
front of the Aliiolani Hale, while the
owner was inside enjoying the con
cert, lly some menus or other the
horse got its head out of the bridle,
and ran away, finally overturnhfg
and making a complete wreck of the
carriage between the Music Hall and
the Government building.
Tins the fiftieth or Golden Anni
versary of the wedding of the" Rev.
Dr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith. It was
to have been celebrated by festivities
but owing to tho lamented death of
Mr. C. T. Dillingham thoy will
merely receive their friends at their
home in Nuuauu Valley. The prin
cipal exercises will take place at 1
im., but the Row Dr. and his wife
will be at home to receive their
friends from 2 p.m.
A.t $10 a, Cord.
S. M. CARTER,
137 P. M. S. S. Wharf.
Wi:flenrn that the Rev. Mr. Whal
ley will go to Kohala shortly to
Dluo Gum Loaves.
We extract the following from the
Melbourne Uullclin and allow it to
speak for itself:
" A farmer of our acquaintance
speaks very confidently of the good
qualities of the decoction of blue
gum leaver as a tonic in cases of
sickness. His wife had been for
some time very sick, when a friend
lecoinnicudcd linn to nivo her tea
brewed from blue gum leaves, when
the effect upon her was almost mini
unions. Since then she has not been
ailing. He also experienced similar
bciu lits from the l einedy in case of
ailments to himself. A correspond
ent to a Southern contemporary
states that ho is acquainted with
three pei-hons who had been thor
oughly cured of rheumatism by
sleeping on beds made entirely of
these leaves. Those used were of a
round shape, growing on young
plants, and nearest to the ground.
It is well-known that a dozen of
these leaves made into a decoction
of tc.i aro good for a cold or in
Chinese and Hawaiian Trans.
lutor and Interpreter,
No. 48 King street, Honolulu.
Translations of cither of the nlovp
languages made with nceuracv nail dis'
natch, and on lensonnblc torn. 20!)
W AUSTIN WHITING, Attorney
and Couusullor at Law.
A Kent to, take acknowledgments of
Knahumauu St., Honolulu. 200
Manufacturer and dealer in nil kinds of
Saddlery and Harness
Orders fiom the oilier Islands promptly
HOI) Corner Port and King s4s. ly
"A ST1TCII I.VTI.ME SAVKSNISl
LIVES SAVED by pur.
Kiom W. FENNELL. U
Practical Mechanic, 03 King street.
EgfNo I'cter Funk stock here. 20!)
TVTOTIOE. HmiiiAiii) & Co. have this
JLl day disposed of their drayage and
express business in thl, city to Asiim:y
& Co.. wlto will continue the business.
Thankful for the patronage of the pub.
lie in the past we hope the same will be
continued to our successor.
HKBIJAUI) & Co.'
Honolulu, Sept. 30, 18b2 209 lw
pO-l'ARTNKRSHIP NOTICK. V.
J G. Awii.uv & L. C. Aw.r.T comprise
the firm of Ashley A; Co., doing a dray,
age and express business In Honolulu.
ASHLEY & Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 30, 1882. 20!) 1 w
Iloyal Hawaiian Agricul
CtOPIES of the Diafts of intended
Rules of the Society may now be
obtained from the undersigned members
of the Organizing Committee.
Tlio.sc desirous of joining the Society
can do no by paying the annual subserip
lion of $5 to cither of the undersigned.
It is intended to hold the First Meet
lug of the Societyduring the third week
ol October, when the proposed Rules
will he submitted for consideration and
adoption, and OHleers for the enuing
year will bo elected. i
A. S. CLEUHORN,
J. S. WEHR.
Honolulu, Sept: 30, 1882. 208
(Representing Hoffnung fc Co., Sydney,)
haviug arrived per City of New
York, is now ready for
Sample Jtoom, JSreicer's Jilock.
(upstairs, nexCJDr. Whitney.)
:" Whole-ale ordet's solicited. 20!)
IF YOU WANT
A GOOD GUP OF COFFEE
cam. at Tin:
Beaver Refreshment Room,
Finest Hrands of Tobacco,
Cigars, Cigarettes, etc,
Always in stock
Ice cold Sodawnter and Ginger Ale.
II. J. NOLTE,
20!) tf Ptopiialor.
Pi intent Westphalia Hiini,
Preserved Meats, in tins,
Liver and Trullle Sausngef,
ltugout of Veal,
Soups, &c, &c.
ST. PAUL BEER,
Raise Peer, Cannon Peer,
Andreas Mullcr's Lager Beer,
English Ale nnd Porter,
Hledseck Dry Monopole.
For talc by
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
WARE-ROOMS, Nos. B0 nud 53
THE mm AND HOST COMPLETE
' STOCK OP
In the Kingdom,
which will bu
Sold at the Lowest Rates.
Made to order at Bhort notice.
E. P. ADAMS, (
Telephone No. 72. 307
SILK BLANKETS !
FOR SALE BY
209 lw II. llackfeld & Co.
EST For a perfect fitting Gcnt'a Suit,
you'll do well to call at the Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. M. Mkm.ih,
JO 1 Fort street. 202 2w
WANTED By a first-class Account
ant and Correspondent, a position
nsUOOK.KEEFER. Address X. Y. 'A.
-Anyone having a copy
IT of the book
- i.aioKawai" looia.
pose of will tih-iisu call at
201 lm J. W. ROBERTSON & CVs
WILLIAM AULI), Agent to
take Acknowledgments to Con.
tracts for Labor for the Dlstiict of Kona
Island ot Oahu, at the ofllco of the Hono
lulu Water Works, foot of Nuuauu st.
NOTICE Un nud after tho 1st day of
October next, all Outstaudlug'Ac.
counts will bo presented at the end of
N.B. Cash sales of over $5.00 will re
ceive the usual discount of 3 per cent.
A. M. MOLLIS, 101 Fort St.
(.Honolulu Sept. 1, 1B83. 185
NEW MUSIC HALL. '
COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT,
the 2nd October.
Kohler's Grand Wax Works
And Promenade Concert.
The Exhibition consists of
IOO Life Size Figures!
of Mine of the mot celebrated
King-, Queens Statesmen,
l'hllantiophlsts, &c, &c, of the age.
The AuMiidlan Electric Youth.
EdUon's Talking Machine.
The Kohler Brothers in their Grand
Duets on several musical Instrument1!
Mr. Walter Ilydes, Solo Pianist.
Admission, ."0 cts.; Children, 2.", cts.
See day bills for further paitleulars.
Op'en from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
110 days from Liverpool,
Several New Lines
Never before shown in Honolulu.
Small profits nud quick returns, at
202 lm J. T. AVsiterliouse's.
Tongued and Grooved
CARGO NOW LANDING
Ex bktne Klll.ltat,
Also, a Pull Assortment of
Lumber of all kinds,
FOR SALE BY
202 lm Lowers & Coolce.
C 0-fcet full metal, oval front, nnd 1
i -l.feet upright walnut, metal comer
SHOW CASES 1 !
Tho above will be t-old cheap. Applvto
I). W. CLARK,
207 lw NoSn. Hollo street.
Ex " Suez,"
Garnet Chile and Early Eoso
In Bags and Crates, In lots to suit, cheap
203 lw LANE &. Co.
New Zealand Potatoes !
Ex City of New York,
Vnr Unit. ).
201 lw II. MAY & Co.
Horse Sluicing a specialty,
A first-class man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. Hoppcr's.201
1?OU SALi:, a MULK C A 11T ,
102 H. Haekfeld Js Co
rpWO OFFICES TO LKT, on the sec
J oiiii Moor oi tne bull(llii!r oecuii leu
liy .T. W. Hobeitson iL Co i;m
rpo RENT A Furnished Room, llvo
-.. minutes walk from lite Tost Ouice.
1'Jrf Apply to .1 . M. Oat & Co.
rpo LET ONE COTTAGE,
JL containing 7 rooms, with stabling
mid u cry convenience, situated .on tho
Plains, about 1 mllu Loin town. Water
laid on. For parllculais npplv to
ivi.j im ai K. u. iinu o; aoirs.