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' TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Am. Legion of Honor, No. 777,
nt 7 :30.
Hiblc Class at Lyceum, nt 7:30.
Free Orgnu Itccitnl, nt St. An
drew's Cntlionlnl, nt 7 :lf.
WRAY TAYLOR'S CONCERT.
Jin. Winy Tnylor will give his
ninth frco organ recital to-niglit, nt
n quarter to eight. On this oecnsion
wo will have the pleasure of hcnrlng
Sirs, llnnfonl mid Mr. Atkinson in
vocal solos, mid n violin oblignlo
from Mr. Ynrndlcy to Bncli's Ave
Marin for the organ. Tho following
programme will be rendered :
1 Chromatic Fantasia & Fugue. .Thlelc
2 Pastorale, In U Salome
3 Ariu from "Samson," Handel
Mil. A. T. ATKI.NSOX.
4 OfTcrtoirc, In O Wely
5 Avo Maria (Violin Obltgalo) Uiicli
(Willi llio assistance of Mr. Ynrndlcy,)
0 Sonata, in I) Volckiiinr
7 Ave Maria Fauro
MIIS. J. J!. KANPOlll).
8 Tlic Lake (u sketch) Dr. Spink
V Selections and Mnich from
Correspondence is i-oMcilcd on (lie top.
les of (he dny, or whnt may become f-o.
We rcscrva the right to excise pure
ly ncrsnnnl mutter.
Wo do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
HAWAIIAN VS. ANGLO-SAXON.
A fine exemplification of the
adage that "Wood will tell" wns
witnessed Friday im., in the return
inco between the six-oared gigs
Malia and Knpiolnni, the former
jnnnncd by a picked crew ofnntivc
llnwaiians and the lnttcr by a crew
selected from tho American mnn-of-war
Alaska. The result however
was very unsatisfactory disgrace
ful ! would perhaps express it belter.
On the King's birthday, these
same boats competed with others for
the Queen's Cup, but were signnlly
defeated by the Marine Railway
boat the Kapuaaln, (Anglo-Soxon
crew.) This was a short race
around the Spar lltioy and the
Alaskans came in Inst. Though so
badly defeated the boys in blue had
confidence in their ability to defeat
the native crew in a longer race,
requiting greater endurance and
better staying qualities, and accord
ingly signified their willingness to
low A match around the Bell Buoy.
The natives were cagci J in their
acceptance of the challenge and pro
fuse in offering bets. The stmt was
inado at 1 :30 r.M. on Friday.
The Mnlin -very soon showed in
advance and maintained tho lend
until near the Light House where
she wns overtaken by the Knpiolnni.
Rcnlizing that victory was slipping
from their grasp, the Mnlin's
crew deliberately began crowding
tho Knpiolnni to the windward side
of the chnuncl, so that she could not
pass on that side, thia resulted in
deliberate fouling but the Alaskans
confident in their ability to win tool;
no ndvantngo of the act which en
titled llieni to the race, but fell to
the rear and pulled up on tho lee
ward fctde lobing several boat's
lengths thereby, this they recovered
before reaching the Hell Uuoy.
Iu rounding the buoy the natives
claim n foul, staling that the Malia's
rudder was unshipped by an oar of
the Kapiolani. They did not ccaso
pulling however, and claim the rncc,
but, according to their own story, rc
shipped their rudder when under
full head-way nnd pulled their level
best to tho finish, where a weak clinin
of foul wns made taken up by a
crowd of sympathizers who had
fairly lost their money, and howled
vociferously iu the cars of the
Judges, and through the crowd on
bhorc. The amount of it nil is that
the Malia's crew knew they wcro
beaten nt tho Hell Iluoy, nnd
resolved by trickery to client the
victors. "Anything to bent tho
haolcs and the end justifies the
means." Some thirty powerful
glasses were directed at tho boat
when they wcro rounding tho Buoy
nnd nothing liko n foul was seen.
TJio Kapiolaui's crew deny 'euiplmU-
cnlly nnytlilng of the kind.
The Mnlin's rudder wns in plnco on
arrival at the stake-boat, and un
broken, though the next morning
after the race it wns found to linvc
been conveniently broken. It wns a
squnro race faiily won, is the gen
eral verdict, and the judges, in lis
tening to the trickctcrs nnd allowing
tho foul, wo think wcro mistaken.
However, considerable ill-feeling
has been engendered, which can bo
in no way beneficial to the Hawaiian
reputations. It is a sevcic criticism
upon native characteristics, and
those of their leaders who have in
fluence among them would do well
to advibo them to try and send a
more honorable record abroad. ,
Tun P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
arrived here 3estcrday morning, nnd
at about 7 was alongside the wharf.
She left Sydney on Nov. 2d, and
Auckland on the 7th, arriving hero
iu about 17. days from Sydney.
We bee by our Colonial flics that
the s.s. IlniiBa made n very rapid
passage down, arriving at Sydney 1G
days from here.
There is great excitement here
over the rcfusnl by the Maori King
Tawhiao to open up the King coun
try to European settlers. It is
deemed ccitnin, however, thai tho
demands of the Ministry will have
in the end, to be conceded.
1'rcparations are being made to
observe the transit of Venus, which
will take place on the 7th October.
The American expedition arc station
ed near Auckland. The Euglish
one at Canterbury.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Wi: hear that Mnuua Loa is very
Who got a barrel of Whiskey per
Suez? "Comslocks" on tap.
Mn. A. G. Kills, sold shares of
Telephone stock yestcrdnj' at $G0.
Tun wharves arc healthy again.
All the Guano is gone from Foster's
Humous arc circulating to the
effect that challenges to the winning
boats in the late races arc being
offered for the 28th of this month.
Wi: have to acknowledge our in
debtedness toMcssis. J. W. Robert
son & Co. for files of lute U. S. and
Colonial papers, per Suez and City
of Sydney, and to J. M. Oat & Co.,
for N.Z. papers, per City of Sydney.
Wk again bring under the notice
of the Government the fact that the
trees which overhang the roads and
streets ought to be trimmed so ns
not to inteifcic with pedestrians or
Tin: decisions given by the judges
nnd handed in to Mr. C. 0. Uerger
yesterday, arc in accoid with our
report of the races, except iu the
yacht races. In the 1st clnss Yacht
Race, the award is (1) Kahihilani,
(2) Knholoniua. In the 2nd class
Yacht Race, (1) Pumpkin Seed, (2)
Wi: notice thatMr. D. W. Clark
has brought back an extensivo stock
of watches, clocks, jewellery, &c,
with him from the coast. Amongst
his many novelties we wcro struck
with the bounty nnd tnstc of his
clocks in plush cases, nnd iu old
English cases also, in the form of a
straw lint. Ho has also some very
flue musical boxes, with the latest
Mit. S. J. Levey, ns is well
known to our readers, bought Mr.
A. W. Hush's grocery business.
After the purchase ho hnd the whole
shop refitted nnd arranged in tho
best style. Everything is now ar
ranged with such neatness nnd taste,
and is kept so polished and clean
that it may bo said to bo tho nattiest
grocery store in the Kingdom. He
has also Imported and just opened a
lot of now French candles, which ho
has arranged in a glass show-case on
tho counter. We have sampled
these, and can safely say that thoy
arc ns good as thcyjool
Lots of money went away yester
day. . i . ...
175 tons of the Niagara wheat
wcro sent away by tho steamer.
Tun Annis Montague oi1cl'ft Co.
will come through on tho next
steamer from tho Colonies.
A menagerie went up on the City
of Sydney. Amongst the animals
were three Zebras.
Siuxou Do Vivo the advance
ngent of tho Annis Montnguo Co.,
went' through on tho City of Sidney
JOS? Ex Zcalandia, Gents fine
Tweed Suits, at Clan. J. Fishcl's.
tI'lain Sateen1 all colors, at
Chas. J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery
Wo hope that any Eastern visitors
now in this city are thoroughly
enjoying the fleas in San Francisco.
They hold conventions on tho side
walks and lido free on tho streets
cars ; they nrc uninvited guests in
the palaces of Nob Hill and hnvo
assumed control of all the hotels,
boarding-house and private dwel
lings of tho city. They feed off fat
babies and lean actogenarians with
equal or unequel relish they desert
their cottages in dogs for human
mansions nnd disgrace Autumn by
their eternal spring. 'Hho )tt I ex fcrox
in California breeds in the sand, but
he does not stay there long. His
ambition is to be as large as a blue
bottle fly, and that being attained
his mission is to bee that the inhabi
tants of San Finncisco have their
purgatoy on earth. The Ilea, like
an Indian, is only good when his
skull is cracked, and as ho can jump
three feel four inches when he is
not always captured. The flea in
San Francisco is the best argument
in favor of capital punishment that
can be possibly produced. Jx.
He that will not look before him
will have to look behind him with
rl OOD HARNESS MAKER,
VX Apply to W. E. FOSTER,
2C2 3t 42 Fort Street.
New Year's Cards !
An excellent variety,
From 3 cents to $2.50 each
Santa Clans' Headquarters.
Selections for the " Dcai' Ones at
Home," forwarded by the Suez,
will leach them in good
A Itnrc Jiance.
S.TI10 stylish and elegant FUR.
"JjNITUltE of a prlvnto dwell
inj:. together with lensc of
house. Will sell the furnituro separate.
Further parti mil are nt
OAVENAG II'S AGENCY,
252 S8 King street.
FROM 210 Fort hticct, on Sunday,
Nov. Mill, nt 8 p. m., 11 Light Roan
or Blue HORSE, with white face, tiirce
while stockings, (look tail, about U
hands high. A suitable reward will bu
given on letiiin of tho hon-c to T. K.
MOORE, with II. May & Co. 252
American Legion of Honor.
rpiIE REGULAR SESSIONS of the
JL Oceuiiiu Council No. 777, A. L. of
H. nrc held in the IvnlghM of Pythias'
Hall. Campbell's Uuilding, on the Fht
and Third Tuesday of every mouth.
212 tf IIKNltY SMITH, Sec'y.
AV. H. GROSSMAN &, BROS
Yoik Line will have a
1iivltwr f.. 1 TMti.litli.
r?d2i3ci. IjiivIc leaving for
irtrwT r n r
. Mil. "VllltJ, .... ..JUllWlUUl
fmU- in .Tntliinr-.
All oiders sent by tho "Suez," of Nov.
22nd, will reach Now York in time to bo
.forwarded by her. 250 !lt
IX OUXUIXH 8TYI.K.
o I limvo brenker.wlshes
ritJ1iiie puujio io Know unit
tnka charge of stook, and guarantees
to break them thoroughly on his
Ranch, and attend carefully to feeding
and doctoilng hoiwu. He has now in
hit; charge such coieluiiteil Meeds as
Dlnck Thoin and other thoroughbreds,
nnd lias tho exclusive charge of all of
Mr. Jas. Campbell's slock. Excellent
leconiinenibitioHH. Charges moderate.
CF"Ordci8 left nt the Pantheon Stables
will bo piomptly attended to. 250 lm
A Good Speculation.
TO SELL, immediately, Two Fraiao
RiilldlngH, adjoining the Pantheon
Stnlikc, on Hotel Mrcct. Must ho re
moved right away. Sultnblo fpn cott
ages, Mnhlcs, &c. Apply nt tho Panth
eon Stables, or J. E. WISEMAN, Gene
ral Uuslucss Agent. 'HI Bti
, , ri Miwiuess Agem. '4'l(
X .AXK, !
IN nld of St, Louis College, will be
held on the
ndjolnlng the residence of His Excel
lency Gov. Domini,
November 27th, 1882 s
Salc)commcncc at 2 p. in.
Also, a Grand Limn!
on the following dny.
Donation will bo thankfully received
by the Indies holding tables:
MRS. J. A. RODANET,
MISS M. WIDEMANK.
MllS, It. MACr.VKI.AXi:, MllS. 0. WAT.LUIl,
Miss Agnes Aylett will receive for the
tr !!.. n'.it.Li
AdiniNsion to Itair, - 50 conlN.
210 Children half pi Ice. lw
THE EVILS OF PAINTING
And their Koniody.
" It hns been paid with much truth,
too, that house painting might, with
study mid acquiienient of taste, resume
its rank ns a liberal ait." Painters'
Relieving tho above to ho true, A. H.
KERR lias now re-orgnnlzcd his nystcm
of working tho business In Honolulu.
In the first place ho has secured the ser
vices of thnt celebrated nrtNt, Mr. Max
Koiik, formerly of San Francisco, whose
work hi the line of plain nnd decorative
papor-lmnglng, frescoing, Scc, is up to
the present tlmo unsurpassed, and on
these Islands hns never been cqunlled.
For house painting jobs flrst-clnss me
chanics Only will be employed. In
future patrons can depend upon my fill
ing every order on tho most scientific
basin known to the trade.
Tho Sign Fainting and Lettering de
partment will be permanently presided
over by Mr. Gi:o. Stu.vtmkyi:ii, (fuither
P.S. Send for designs of frescos for
ceiling and cornices. Soniothing new;
and if you want any glass put in call at
"Tiger "Paint Store,
2471 78 King Street.
FIRST - CLASS COOK (foreigner)
wants employment. Local refer
ences; also, meat and pastry-cook.
Chlnci-o Lnundrymnn, good on polish
ing nnd ladies' fine work; 'ocal reference
will work by tho day, week or month.
Chinese cooks and sonic smart natives
240 88 King street.
3Per Stmr SiiC559"
233 . 1M Fort Street. 3w
WILL be received nt the olllco of the
undersigned until noon, SAT.
URDAY, the 25th of November, 1882,
for a lene of ten years, from the 1st of
December, 1882, of tho premises in Mil
lion Valley, belonging to the citato of
Charles Long, deceased. Oilers of terms
of hnse may bo made for these piemises
cither as a wholo or separately, for one,
two or three of the following divisions
of tho same, i. c.:
1st The Homestead and Lot belong
2nd Tho Kula Land, with the liana
nas, and other improvements thcieon.
Hid flic Knlo and like patches,'wHli
her rice now growing in them.
Possession to be given immediately.
Surveys and deeds ns expenso of lessee.
Rents payable tseini-nnutially, in nd
vancc. The undersigned reserves to himself
the right to decline- any or all tenders,
either for iho whole of the nrcnuscs. or
for any or all of the separate lots, as
For fuither particulars apply to
F. A. SOHAEFER,
245 Admr. Estate of Chas. Long. ,
A Tjav JLoL oi J
Just Received nt'
213 A. S. Clcglioi'ii & Co'm.
Creme de la 0renae.
rpiIE Ice Factories
X and so are
Elite Ice Oream Parlors!
They are just freezing, wjdoh is,, ,-
Wlutt you want in this Weather,
nnd don't you forget it t
Ice Cream can bo hnd frlom 11 a. in.
to 11 p. in. ay
Llito Ieo Iri'iiiii I'nrlnr.
n BQ Hotel street.
J. T. Waterliouse '
Has specially Imported a lnrgo quantity
Suitable for Presents
for both old and young.
Beautiful Picluros tn splendid gilt framoi,
Gilt Ilrnckcts and Racks,
Woric Hoxcs nnd Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Cases, Inkstands,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, ,
Look Slides, Satchels,
Christmas Cards, wood and metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Macho Card Trays,
From G cents to $23, dressed & undresB'd
Doll's Trousseaux and every requisite,
Compcndlums, Stnr Rlngolcttc,
Triple Rowling, Ualnuco Game, Ac
CjeT" Everything will be found to pleasu
the most fastidious taste, nnd no '
Blocking need go empty for
want of a present.
"No. 10 Fort Street.
SMART ACTIVE YOUNG 3IAN
(white, American) wants a eltun-
i Teamster, Coaehinim or Express
Driver. Good references
217 OAVENAGH'B AGENCY,
If you want to see tho
Largest Stock of Leather
In tho Kingdom,
o to 42 luccn Street.
If you want to sco
The Best Quality of leather
In the Kingdom,
o to 42 lucca 8tret.
If you want to
Buy Leather at the Lowest
Trices in the Kingdom,
Go to 42 tluccn Mtreet.
If you want to Buy tho
Best Quality of Groceries
In the Kingdom,
o to 42 queen Htreet,
If you want
More for your Money
than you can buy elsewhere in " '.
G-oto42 Queen St. -
M. W. McCHESNEY &, SON. '
oSu THE -ac
Millinery & Fancy Articles
Received by every stcunicr.
Old Established Millinery Establishment,
181 103 Fort street. ly
OWNERS of Real Estate will always
find it to their ndvantnge to place
their houses and lands in my enre for
disposal, as I mil tho only ncknowlcdgcd
Real Estate Broker on the Islands,
Agents and Planters, and all other em
ployers of mechanics and laborers will
do well to notify me when vacancies oc
cur. Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, and
all other legal paqeis drawn in proper
Books and accounts kept, -'
Letters and Engrossing done,
nnd gcncrnl biibtnoss office work of
every description attended to and always
on tho most reasonable terms.
JOSEPH E..WI8EMAN, '.
Office 37 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Telephone 173, '' P Box, 815,
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