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"FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1832.
-THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
V. S. I'rnlt & Co. will sell tit 10
o'clock, nt their SiiIch Hoom, Ueuvor
Block, groceries, saddlery, hay, &c.
' Polynesian ICnennipinent, 7:no.
Improved Order lied Men, 7:il().
, Benefit I'liion Society, 7 :!S0.
THE TOHCHLIGHT PROCESSION.
At 7 o'clock on Wednesday even
ing the firemen, as requested, iis
noi'iibled in front of the engine honsc
of Mechanic Engine- Co. ISo. 2,
which was brilliantly illuminated in
honor of the auspicious occasion.
JCueh pane of glass in the windows
was lighted by a heparatu light, and
the cupola was one blazing, parti
colored mass of Chinese lanterns,
giecn, red, and purple designs, pre
'scnting u most harmonious effect to
' At n little past eight the proces
sion started from the Armory square
up Nituntiu fatrcct mid along King
Klreet till it l cached the
Palace gates, the strains of the band
fconhding bravely as it swept along.
'The gates were opened and the pro
fession hied in and arranged them
selves m n semi-circle in front of the
'steps leading up to the Palace. His
Iajqsty accompanied by His Ex., H.
iM.. Daggett, Gov. J)o")inis nmlAV.
31.. Gibson, was standing on the
'steps read' to receive them. 3Ir.
J lion Cummins, as Grand Maishul
of the procession, lead an address
to His Majesty at the conclusion of
'which thicc hearty cheers weic
given. His Majesty then read an
addiess in reply and tlnee more
chcciH niado the Palace walls ring
again, after which the procession
lilcd out by the Hiehard sticet gate,
up Hie-hard street, along Bcic
t.iniu street and down Js'uit
iiiui street to the Armory square and
there dispersed. The following is
the text of the speeches :
May it Pi.kami Yovu Maji'-itv :
"We, your humble and loyal subjects,
have assembled together this evening
for the purpose gf offering to Your
Majesty our heartfelt congratulations
on this, the evening ,of your' forty
"W'e'can asurc Your Majesty that
there is but one wish' expressed
by the company now gathered to
gether, and that is, that you may
long occupy the position you so ably
till, as lluler of the lleahn, and con
tinue to enjoy the blessings of health
Gr.NTi.KMr.x and Fnii:xi)s: A our
warm and luyul congratulations and
enthusiastic demonstration of good
will this evening, in coming here to
celebrate si returning anniversary of
myjirtluhvy, affoul me an uiudloyed
pleasure. My wish and prayer is
simultaneous with that of the gentle
men assembled, that the Almighty
Power will long preserve you ami all
jny people to long enjoy the blo&
faings of health and prosperity,
The leading tiansparcncy in the
procession was inscribed: " 18IK!
Kalakaua 1882," and followed by
ft Crown which, db!t omen, seemed
vejy unsteady on its suppoit. A
double-canoe manned by 8 knightly
warriors in the guise of ancient (lays,
hud two guides chanting a descrip
tho mole of a voyage round the is
land by an ancient king. At each
landing or surf, mentioned in the
poem, the paddles were simultane
ously clashed against the sides of the,
canoes. In the centre were two
white puloulou, the insigna of kingly
9 a.m. sharp, as announced by the
Committee, really turned out to bo
J:15, when the first raco was started.
Tho stinting was kept up vigorously
and promptly till Into in the after
noon, and the starter, Mr. J. AW
Ilobertson, deserves the thanks of
not only tho competitors, but the
spectators for his deeisivo action.
Crowds of spectators lined the
wharves.-,, Tio Iwnlaiu wharf whs
railed oil' to accommodate the quict
ci and better class of spectators.
The magts and rigging of the various
vessels in tho harbor were black with
human beings, nnd even tho un
finished boat-house, near the Marine
Huilwuy, belonging to the King, was
crowded. Besides these, the Alaska
and the Hope attracted a good many
visitors, from Lid" supciior boats of
vantage. The Kapiolalii took those
wli3'Villjod to follow tho boats out
along 'flie course of eaeliTaec, and
tho Wmnmtiido pursued a similar
cpuysQ with the regal party. Tho
Pole and the Makcc hold the Execu
tive Committee and the representa
tives of the press. .Splendid weather
nll'iWy.'cscfciHiit 11 A.jWuuljhyi.,
' ii i ii ;' . '
when slight showers fell. Tlio ar
rangements of the Committee, w ith
tonic slight exceptions, were good
and carried out falily well. Judg
ments in nil protested events will
probably bo given to-day.
l-'-Yncht llacc, 1st Class, 1st
piizc King's Cup mid. 100; 2d
prize SoO; l)d boat saves stakes.
1 Kahiliilani, 1U tons; 2 .Sarah, G
2l-'jr tons; 51 "itesllcss, 0 tons;
1 Kaholonnia. 20 tons; 5 Pauline,
8 tons. The time was about 2 hours.
This race was a very interesting
one. At the start the Kahildlani
got foul of some schooners and lost
about 0 minutes. In about 83 min
utes after the slait of the first boat
she passed tho Sarah and lleslless,
who had led from tho bcginnilig and
thenceforth led all the way lo Wnl
kiki and home. The .Sarah and
llcstless fouled at tho entrance
coining homo and protests were
entered which will be decided on
2 Two-oared Hoals, 1st prize
600; 2d boat saves entrance. 1
Queen Emma, 10 miti. 1 see. ; 2 Ka
inuwai, 10 min. ! sec. Queen
Emma led all the way from the
start. A good race.
8 Batgc llacc, Liliuokalani
Purse, 1st piizo 100 ; 2d prize 80 ;
2d boat saves entrance. 1 Koahe
ahe, 22 min. 18 sec. ; 2 Ilanakcoki,
28 min. lo see. ; 8 Knpiolailchua.
The Koaheahc soon pulled ahead and
the others seemed discouraged and
-1 Six-Paddle Canoe llacc frco
to all, prize 10. 1 Lclca'nac,. 11
min. 1 sec; 2 Kokenuiliala'cao, 11
min. 1 1 sec. There were 4 eiitiies
for this race, but only 2 canoes
.staited. The second canoo led near
ly the whole way, but was caught
and passed on the finish.
.") "Whaleboat llacc, fi oars, Pub
lic Purse. 1st prize 70; 2nd prize
80; 8rd boat saves entrance 1
Kekaa, il min. -13 sec. On the
homo run the Sea Breeze's crew
were so discouraged that they didn't
finish the race, but went away to
wards tho 3Iariuc Hallway and
didn't show up again.
12 Sailing Canoe Kace, prize 30.
18 Six-oared Gigs Likelikc
Purse, won easily by the Kapimnla
in 18 min., beating their former re'
cord. M Diving Contest. The winner,
Pelchu, stayed under water 2APinin.
0 Four-Oat cd Gigs, Kaiulani
Purse, 1st prize, 50; 2nd prize,
23 ; 8rd boat save entrance. lied,
"White and HI tie', 1st 22m. 5!) see.,:
Pualii, 2nd, 23 m. 15 sec.,; Queen
Emma, 3id. The lied, "White
and Blue made a splendid start, and
kept up excellently to tho finish.
The Pualii was a good second and
the Kiniim a ve.y bad third.
7 Six - Oared Gigs, Amateur
Purse, 1st prize, 70; 2nd prize,
30; 3rd boat save entrance. Ka
puaala, Malia, Knpirilnui, Kanoclani.
This race was rowed under pi olest;
the crtw of the Miliu liming been
changed after entry. It was declar
ed no i ace.
8 Swimming llacc, frco to all,
prize 15, distance mile. Kapule,
Kapahu, Nahalelaau and Opu.'
This lace was won by Opu in 3 min.
"A leccs's "was taken here till one
!) Yachts llacc, 2d Clas3, 1st
prize 30; 2d pri.o 25; 3d boat
saves entrance. 1 Pumpkin Seed,
2 Emma, 3 Sea "Waif, -1 M.D.
In this and the following races
our report cannot bo made complete
as to lime, becauso the time-keeper
was too busy to give us the informa
tion requlicd, in time for to-day's
issue. Wo have noted in another
column the accidents to the Pauline
and Mabel., The Pumpkin Seed
made a good first and tho Emma
afterwards showed how smartly sho
could be handled when the. wind
suited. It was stated that the Sea
Waif went out with a rudder and
came in with an oar.
10 Single Sculls, open to all,
prize, 20 ; 2nd boat save entrance.
Tenekake, 1st; AVay Up, 2nd. The
Tcnckake had It all her own way.
11 Six-Oared Gigs, Queen's Cup,
1st prize, Queen's Cup and 100;
2nd prize, 50. Kapuaala, 1st;
Alalia, 2nd ; Kanoclani, 3rd ; Kapio
lani, 3rd. This was a splendid race
from stmt to finish for the winners.
For sonic time after the starj. it was
difficult lo decide on the leading
boat, but the Kapuaala gradually
pulled out before reaching tho spur
buoy, and led till tho finish. On tho
home run they ien shook their cups
at the others and beckoned to them
to come up. Time about 19m.
15 .Tug o' War, Canoes.
10 Tub llacc, won by the Lcnhi.
17 Tug o' War, Swimming.
18 Barge Hafo, Kalakaua Purso,
won easily ny the Alaska's True
Blue. Full particulars will bo given
in our next.
Wn would call our renders' atten
tion to tho correctness of our sport
ing tips jn yesterday's issue ,, s
LOCAL ANCfGENERAL ITEMS.
Betting ran high yestirday.
. . -
Pixntv of drunks yesterday on
the wharves and streets.
About G000 people viewed the re
Many enjoyable picnics took place
at Waiklki and elsewhere yesterday.
A salute of 21 guns was fired nt
noon yesterday. x
The crews, popularly termed the
King's, were beaten badly all day.
It wns noticed that very few Am
erican Hags were displayed yesterday.
His Excellency the Minister of Fi
nance was not to be seen yesterday.
Where way lie 'i
The eccentricities of tho diffeieiit
coxswains was the object of laughter
during some races.
The Koyal Hawaiian Baud dis
coursed sweet music on the James
Mnkee, and a string band played on
The I'ele is not so slow as some
think. She easily beat tho Waima
nalo and Kapiolani coming back
from the bell buoy after the hist race.
A drunken Hawaiian fell from the
deck of tho W. G. Irwin, between it
and the wharf. He was speedily
CAr-TAix Cousins, of the Clans
Spreckels, acted as a judge yesterday
in place of Captain Tripp, who was
unavpidably absent. Captain Fi Mor
nlso acted as a judge.
It was noticed on Wednesday
night that tho procession was maile
up of firemen, soldiers, and boys.
The usual addresses, loo, from His
Majesty's old comrades, Engine Co.
No. 2, were nbscnt.
The handwriting of His Majesty's
reply was that of Mr. Gibson so an
expei t says. Could he not be trusted
even lo thank his people for the'-professions-of-affection
Djd anyone ever see such a list, of
notables as that published in yester
day's J'. O. A. If tho attendance
of' the foreign element was small,
why make such a parade of their dis"
b'ke to the King's advisers V
' Tin: steamer Kapiolani did a
thriving business yesterday in con
veying spectators to watch the races.
We tender the charterers our thanks
for the courtesies extended to our
Tin: steamer Kapiolani yesterday
afternoon had a scries of accidents.
She. stovo in n boat belonging to the
Nettie 3crrill, ran into the wharf,
and got aground on the reef en
deavoring to get out of the road of
Yi'.sti:ui)ay afternoon au untoward
accident occurred in tile second
class yacht race. 3Ir. W. L. Wil
cox's boat, Pauline, got her boom
entangled in 3Ir. 1 Godfrey's boat,
3rabel, and capsized it: In wearing
round to render assistance the Paul
ine ran aground on the reef and
sprung a leak. Thus accidentally
two of the boats that had the best
chances for places in tho raco wore
thrown out of it.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
rJ?liis Xny, Xi'iday
Opening Sale's Day.
Jj S. lKuVrX"JC .to CO.
Urtvo 'much pleiiMiiu in announcing
that their lb at auction Mtlu Mill take
place nt their llooms, Beaver Block,
Tills Day, IVirtay,
Nov 17th, at 10 o'clock sharp,
Gioccrles, Saddles and Bridles,
Hariic", China Matting,
Ciockcry and Emtlicnwnrc,
Clocks & QhtsdWiirc,
Ten, Hope, Furniture, &c, &c.
6 Bales Cal. Pressed H ay.
Terms at Sale.
i,. j. i,i:vi:y.
T? S. PRATT & CO.
JL1 '. Auctioneers and General
llcavcr Blouk, Queen St., Honolulu.
Special attention given to theSaluof
Hc.il Elnto mid Vurxomil Pioperly.
Advances made on consignments. !M0
rpiIIS is to certify that F. 8. Piiatt
X and L. J. Jjhvby. both of this City,
constitute tlio fiun of F. S. PHATT&
Co, Auctioneers, and General CohuuIh.
slon Mciohauts, doing business at Hea
ver Block, Quocn street, in tho City of
Honolulu., , F.S. PIIATT,
, ai L. J. I,EVEY.
It is rumored that a hintch'wlll bo
got up between tho Marino Hallway
crow and a crew to bo specially se
lected from our best onrsnicn out
sido of them.
. Tin:" finest lowing ever scon hero
was shown yesterday by the Marino
Railway crew in the Kapuaala, not
withstanding tho fact that it was
generally thought tho worst boat of
To All Whom It May Concornl
And their number is great, who will not
tic able to get a
Suitable Dress Suit
For the Coming
Uall on Friday livening,
Aio invited to call at the Store of tlio
undersigned and provide llicmssclves
with one of those
Elegant Dress Suits
Only to lie hud at my store,
Xlio Very TutcsL SlylcH.
217 2t SOIclncriiv.
A well known firm of this town claims
to he the only house which keeps
Dicss Suits for sale, but the
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
20 Dross Suits for the Ball
To come on" this evening, and is
ready to dispose of
of a quality, finish, and at prices
; that defy competition.
A. H. 3lKMilW.
SlS'lt 101 Fort Street.
THE EVILS OF PAINTING
And their Jlontody.
, " It has been said with much truth,
too, that house painting might, with
study and acquirement of taste, resume
its rank as u liberal art." Vtiiiilcrs1
Hulievlng the above to be true, A. 1).
KEltlt has now re-prennized his system
of woiking the busincx-i in Honolulu.
In tho livst place he has secured the ser-
,-vIces of that -celebrated artist, Mr." Max
Ivoiin, foimcrjyol Sun Francisco, Wioe
work iutlie line of plain mid decorative
paper-hanging, frescoing, fee'., in'tip to
the present time unsurpassed, and on
thcao Islands hai never been equalled.
For house painting jobs ilrst-olas-h mo
cluinies only will be employed. In
futmc patrons can depend upon my fill,
ing every order on themoct scientillc
basis known to tho trade.
Tho Sign, Painting and .Lettering de
partment will be permanently presided
over by Mr. Gi:o. Stiiatmktuu, (further
P.S. Send for designs of frescos for
roiling and cornice!. Somuthing now;
and if you want any ghtss put In call at
"Tiger Paint Store,
217 1 78KingSticct.
A Good Speculation.
TO SEfib, Immediately, Two Franio
Hulldliis, adjoining the Pantheon
Slabl, on Hotel street. Must be re
moved risht away. Suitable for cott
ages, stables, &c Applv at tho Panth
eon Suibles, or J. E. WISEMAN, Gene
ral HusincH Agent. !M7 lit
FIRST - CLASS COOK (foreigner)
wants employment. Local refer,
enecs; also, mcat.and pastry.cook.
Chinee Laundrymnn, good bn polish
ing and ladies' flue work; 'oca! reference
will work by tho day, week or mouth.
Chinese cooks ami borne smart natives
2-10 88 King street.
111 Fort Street.
WILL bo received at tho office of the
undersigned until noon, SAT.
UHDAY, tho 25th of November, 1882,
for a lease of ten years, from the 1st of
December, 1883, of tho premises In Ma
nna Valley, belonging to the estate of
Charles Long, deceased. Oilers of terms
of lease may bo made for these premises
either as a whole- or separately, for one,
two or three of tho following divisions'
of the same, I. c.: ?
1st Tho Homestead and Lot belong.
2nd Tho Kula Lund, with tho Bana
nas, and other Improvements thcieon.
llrd Tho Kalo and Hlco patches, with
her rice now growing In them.
Poshcssiou to bo given immediately.
Surveys ami deeds as c.prnso of lessee.
Rents payablo semi-annually, in ad.
vnncc. ' , I .v'l
Tho undersigned reserves to himself
tho right V decline any or all tenders,
cither for the whole of tho premises, or
for any or all of the soparato lots, as
For further particulars applv to , ,
F.AiSUHAEFEH;' ' "
213 Adwr, E'jlutg of Clius. Long.
J. T. "Waterhouse
Has specially imported n large qunntlty
Suitable for Presents
for both old and young.
Beautiful Pictures In splondid gilt framoi,
Gilt Brackets and Hicks,
Work Boxes and Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Cases, Inkstands,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
Book Slides, Satchels,
Christinas Cards, wood nnd metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Macho Card Trays,
From fi cents to 'Xi, dressed & undress'd
Doll's Trousseaux and every requisite,
Compendium, Star Hlngoletto,
Tiiplo Bowling, Balanco Gnmcs, &c
US" Everything will be found to plcaso
tho most fastidious taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
, want of a present.
No. 10 Fort Street.
A SMART ACTIVE Y.OUNG MAN
(white, American) wants n sltiia.
tlon nsTeaiiHter, Coachman or Express
Driver. Good refnences'.
2r7 CAV-ENAGH'S AGENOY.SI
If you want to sec tho
Largest Stock of Leather
In the Kingdom,
Hn to -12 tncen Street.
If you want to sco
The Best Quality of Leather
In Ihc Kingdom,
fo toa Quocn Htreet;
if you watit to
Buy Leather at the Lowest
Pilccs in Iho Kingdom, ' ' '
o to 4' luron Blrep.
If you want lo'Buy the ' '
Best Quality of Groceries -
In the Kingdom,
o to 4'Z iuccp Street.
If you want
More for your Money
than you can buy elsewhere in '
the Kingdom, ' ' ' '
G-o to 42 Queen St." !
M. Wl McOHESNEY & SON. "
'2M tf ..-(
-oI3?.- THE tttq-
LATEST - STYLES,
Millinery & Fancy Articles
Heccivcd by every steamer.
MRS. WILKINSON, "
Old Established Millinery Establithmtnl,
181 103 Fort street. ly
OWNEHS of RcH Estate will nlnays
llnd It'to their advantngo to plneo '
tlulr houses and lands in my caro for
disposal, as I am the, only acknowledged
Held Estate Broker on tho Islands,
A'rnnt.4 nnil T?lniitma nml nil ntlir mm.
ployers of mechanics nnd laborers will
do well to notify mo when vacnnoles'oc;
Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, and' "
all other legal paqeis drawn lii.rironcr''
fo"n 1, ay,
lUllH Golleetcfk' ,",
Books and accounts kop,t, ' f . ,j,'
Custom entries,' ' wif
Letters and Engi'os'ng done, '''J
nnd general business oco work 'ofl'
every description attended and nlwiW'
on tho most reasonable tofas. ' f .'ii
, Joseph e, ffSEMAN."';;:I
Qfllcc 27 Mcfchnnt Meet, Honoluln.n.
, Telvhouu 1T3,'
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