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SATURDAY, JAN. 1!), 1883.
this day's doings.
Union Prayer Meeting, at licthol,
E. T. Adams will Roll, nt 12 noon,
at Sains Room Ynltmblo Real Sstsitc.
deception, from 53 to 5 at II. 1?. II.
Princess Likulikis iVuikiki HesU
Union Prayer meeting tit Fort SI.
Church, at 7 :;)().
llelhcl, Rev. Dr. Damon, nl 11
Kort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cur
zan, morning mill evening.
Bible Class at Foil St. Church
Vestry, at 3: 15.
St. Andreiv,s Cathedral, Rev. G.
Wallace, morning and evsning.
THE LUNATIC ASYLUM
Is now enlarged by the addition of
a new building for quiet and con
valescent patients. Mr. J. G. Ilay
scldcn, the contractor, has succeed
ed in carrying out ably the ideas of
Dr. Ilngnii, anil lias even gone so
far in his desire to benefit the
Asylum as to put in extra work and
buildings not called for in his con
tract, at the request of the medical
superintendent. The building is of
wood, and is in aspect as much like
an oidinary dwelling-house as could
be made. It is approached by a
ilight of steps leading up to a broad
verandah. Through the center of
the building runs a wide hall, from
which the different rooms open off.
The first room on the l ight hand
side contains eight, beds, for those
who recover better when in society ;
then comrs n passage leading off to
fie right. The remaining rooms
along this passage anil the hall-way
arc single rooms, large, comfortable,
well lighted and ventilated, and con
taining the necessary accommoda
tions. On the left of the hall are
the same style of rooms, except the
one at the entrance, which is re
served for a sitting room and library
for the patients. Beyond this arc a
Biiitc of rooms for patients who are
accompanied by friends or servants.
It is noticeable that the windows arc
not barred and everything is light
and cheerful, giving a great home
like contrast to the old building,
which is arranged in gaol-like cells
with barrctt doors and windows
There arc accommodations for 25
patients, which will sensibly relieve
the strain upon the old building.
During the past year l."i patients
have been discharged cared out of
(50, an unusually large per. cenlngo
There are many peculiar forms of
mental disease among the inmates,
one even being of the belief that he
is our Savior in person, and wearing
his hair and beard long and untrim
lned. Great praise is due to the
contractor, Mr. Ilaysclden, and the
medical superintendent for the ex
cellent style the building has been
planned and finished, and the Minis
terial party duly expressed their
satisfaction with everything, and es
pecially for the courtesy with which
they had been received. Mr. AVright,
the Superintendent, also was compli
mented on his share of Hie work.
In this connection wc would again
draw public attention to the execrable
condition of the road to the Asylum.
It is simply fit for " neither man nor
beast" to tin verse.
by the Julia, arc much
smaller than Ilawuiians, have daik
bkins, negro features, and woolly
heads.. They nrc quite healthy ami
in good spirits, singing and dancing
a great part of the time. They de
clare themselves very contented with
their treatment, both on the voj'ago
During the last tvo mouths quite
a number of attempts have been
jiiiulo to smuggle opium into this
Kingdom. These have been defeated
by the vigilance of the Customs De
partment officials, especially tho
Port-Surveyor, Mr. Moitim.r.. It
throws into light the ejllciency of tho
officials that so mairy captures
should have been miulo in so short a
time, but at tho same time it sjiows
lis that tho smuggling of opium into
this Kingdom must have been
thought et'sy'in the Coliector-Gcu-
oral's abseueo or-, up many would ol
have tried it AVc trust that this be
lief has now been disipatcd by tho
vigilance which these occurrences
prove that Mr. llr.simv, tho Deputy
Collector, has impressed upon his
subordinates. The following list will
enable our leaders to see the hauls
made tlnough the vigilance of Mr.
Moiiuu.1. during the last 7 weeks:
Nov. 17, ex Suez 20 half lb. tin
Dec. 7, cz Discoveiv....lOfl " "
1'ec.ai, ovKUkitut ::o " "
Jan. 11, ex Falkhibfiir, -t() half lb. tln,
and tllhu 11). tin.
During that short space of time no
less than four seizures have been
made nnd convictions of four per
Yesterday afternoon the primary
department of Puliation was formally
opened in the old Armstrong pre
mises, on llcrctaliia street, at the
head of Richards street. Over 2 1
pupils were enrolled. The whole
building lias been renovated and
painted and fixed, and now it pre
sents the best appearance of any
school 'we have seen. Miss Moore,
Mho is a new arrival in our city, will
Tiik Uilama broujrht 120
paddy from llaualci.
Tin: Amelia XTi davs from
Ulakelcy" arrived yesterday
500,000 it of lumber anil
The barkenlino Tropic Jlird,
which arrived in San Francisco, Dec.
18 from Tahiti, reports that on
November 17th, 1882, iu latitude
Ur0 south, longitude Mt) 5
west, she spoke the American boat
J'ttcific, schooner-figged, 1& tons,
Captain Bernard Gilboy of San
Francisco, !)0 days out from that
poll, and bound for Brisbane, Aus
tralia, lie reported having exper
ienced fine weather throughout, ex
cept between latitude 5 and 8 north,
where he encountered head winds
and calms and was delayed 20 days.
lie was sanguine of success.
The liarkcntinc II7. If. Dhnonil
completed one of the best tiips on
record yesterday, being only eleven
days from Kahului. This is, if we
mistake notthc best since 18151,
when the famous old "clipper bark
Comet arrived from Honolulu in ten
days and twenty hours. Alia. Dec.
Correspondence U solicited on the top.
ics of Uie day, or what may licromc hi.
Wc reserve the right to excise pure
ly pcisonnl matter.
Wc do not hold ourselves lcsponslblc
fortlio opinions cxpic-jscd by our cor
Editoi: Bui.i.inix, An item in the
Gazette of January 10th, says that
" the road leading past Mr. Mac
kintosh's has not been in worse con
dition for year?." Any impartial
observer will join us in saying that
said road lias not been in better con
dition for years, in fact ever since
the iS'unnnu road was first opened.
Many Rksidhnts ok Xmuxu.
Local & "General Items.
Tin: Moehoiiua estate cases were
decided yesterday, adversely to the
Piikoi street is being macadamiz
ed. By-and-byc wc shall have all
the streets attended to, eh?
TimiTY-six lepers have been put
in the Branch Hospital at Kakaako
in the last two weeks.
YKirr.imAY moining, out on King
slrcet, it was so cold that there was
ice iu the road at half-past six.
Tin: Band will not play at Emma
Square this afternoon it being en
gaged to play at tho reception of
Princess Likelike, at Wnikiki.
Mu. CuuitAx'.s theme' on Sunday
will be iu the morning, "Sin and
its Cure"; iu the evening, "And
the Devil threw him Down,"
Yr.STr.iin.VY afternoon tho Ilcr
brideans were vaccinated by Dry.
McKibbin and Trousseau. Thirty-three-
of them w'ere sent to Ook'ilu
by the huka.
II. It, II. PiiiNcr.h-s Likiu.iki: will
hold a reception this afternoon ftom
fl to ! o'clock, at her Wnikiki resi
dence. The occasion is the rutin u
of her birthday.
"Vr. arc told that the Board of Im
migration did investigate into tho
matter of the returning South Sea
Islanders taking arms with them,
and were assured on tho best author
ity that tho arms wore necessary.
A vi:uy fino camellia, in blossom,
was brought in by Mr. J. S. Levey
J yesterday from his residence, atiil is
I now on viewju his glove 'ou Fwt'et.
This is, Wc understand, the first cam.''
cilia in bloom on the islands."
Tin: Band will give an extra con
cert at Emma Square on Monday
evening, Jan. 15; and the regular
moonlight conceits at Emma
Square on Thursday, Jan. 18, and
Monday, Jan. 22 weather, permit
inur. Ox Monday evening last a couple
of gentlemen drove a mob of 7 or 8
horses through Borclaiiiu street
furiously. One lady hull a narrow
coupe, having to climb oer a fence.
This sort of thing should not be per
mitted. Yesterday afternoon, about three
o'clock, the covered giocery wagon
belonging to Mr. S. J. I.cvey was
standing in front of the Union Feed
Co's store. By some means the
horse got startled and it ran away
along Queen street. It ran into Mr.
Tucker's brake, which was hitched
up to Wilder's fence; then going
along,-as it tiirned up into Fort st.,
overset on the sidewalk next to S.
ICott's Stove store. The cover was
all smashed up. In the meantime
Mr. Tucker's horse ron awa3 and
ran into an exoress standing in front
of Irwin & Co's. The express jiad
part of its und'rjear dam.igcd, but
Mr. Tucker's brake suffered nothing
but a blight scratch.
Opposed to the treaty. .
IS'r.w Yomc, .Dec. 18 The Post,
says: If Hawaiian sugar is admitted
at San Francisco free of duty it
must be admitted free at every other
port, but what a monstrous perver
sion of justice it is that a bounty
should be -otod from the Treasury
to a lot of cane-growers in a foreign
country, for that is what it amounts
to. Experience has proved that
sugar is no cheaper in the Pacific
Coast States by icasoii of this
scandalous arrangement, which has
running for eight or ten years. The
Secretary of tho Treasury has called
attention to the fact that it may be
terminated next year. It ought to
be terminated at 12 o'clock noon on
tho earliest day it can be . lawfully
Auction Salesby E.P. Adanis
T?lori(jagee'5 Notice of Sale.
By direction of Alexander J. Cart
wright, liusicc, tho moilgngec named in
a cenain indenture of ninitgage, (luted
November 18th, 1881, made by Peine
Prosperc, alias Peter Larkins, to said
Alexander J. Cartwright, I am directed
to sell at public auction,
This Btiy, Saturday,
January 13th, At 12 o'clock noon, nl my
Said Boom in Honolulu,, all flint certain
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
Situate in Kamahela, Honolulu, Onliu.
E. P. Al is, Auctioneer.
A RESPECTABLE TIDY GIRL or
-CA. middle aged wom.ui, to lake caie
of ehildien and aot a- nuve, and to tra
vel witli the lainily in l'oioip i lands.
Coinfoi table home ofiVicd with suit
Address or apply to J E. WISEMAN,
Gei.ernl Bu-ine-,- Agent, No. 27 M er
chant street. 200 lw
One Beautiful Koa Show Case
Velvet lined, 0 feet long,
Beveled fiont. Two locks witli dupli
2110 Ht E. O. HALT, & SON.
LATE MASONIC BAN"
lnndMjinelv minted on line
toned paper, c-per ially lor alnoad, lo bo
had at tho lionksloies and tho Pacific
Commercial Advertiser Ofiicc. 2!l(l lit
Dissolution of Partnership.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that tho llim
xS of llroglle, Sp'enrifc Qo. is tills day
di--olvcd by mutual consent. A. w.
All claims will be paid by C. IJrogllo
anil J. A. Spear, and all debts will be
collected by them.
John A. SriiAii.
A. AV. KlCHAllD.-'OX.
Honolulu, Jan. lit, lK8!i. 2!lll lm
SITUATION as private watchman by
a sober, steady man. Emmiio at
Sqijiiw's American 'Lodging House.
NE or two NUltSE MAIDS for
inindinir ehildien, and for assist
ance in the household. Apply to No. II
School Street. 2DM lw
A TO. AVer's Caniage Factory, No.
J. TO Queen stieet, Four (lood HELP.
EltS in the tiiiumlug shop, Good wages
2!)1 lw G. WEST.
v I,1or Sale,
ONE lO.Gauge COLT GUN, together
with my I'nwnito spoiling dog
C LAI tlv.
hAllGK Unfurnished Hooms,
minutes walk fiom Post Olllce.
ALL DEBTS iluu to the undersigned
limit he paid on or before the iilst
vlnniuiiy, otherwise they will be placed
in the h'uiuls of a collector. ,
yyU'w1 ' . OAl'T&MAUCIIANT.'
DILLINGHAM &-CO.. .
llcscr'vo this ep.icc for announcements of
of which they have largo invoices to arrive.
Novelties in all Lines of
,... V Vlarge Comlgnmer.t of ,
Kerosene Oil, in faucet ijox.Ic cans, 150 Fir
fiom Eastern llclhiers, for
nl very low
A 1'INi: ASSOllT-MKNT Ol'
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, Ties, dec.
THE FINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCARFS,
One in n box, all ofwhich are
Eminently Suitable for tlie Present Season,
277 A. W. ltlCILUiDSON & CO.
Oiler to the public a lino of
Imported from the East,
and manufactured by celebrated makers
expressly for'tliis market.
Very Stylish Cut-Under
Carryall, made by Messrs. Kimball &
Vcrv neat and stylish, from Kimball &
"Bros, and W. P Sargent &Co's.
1 Beach Wagon, Brownell's make.
Side-Spring Trotting Buggy.
All tho abovo will bo sold low.
I'm tic desiring to purchase will do well
lo call and examine our stock before
afil lm C. BREWER & Co.
Seal Estate Bureau
OWNERS of Heal Estate will always
find it to their advantage to place
their houses and lands In my care for
di-.pos.il, as I am tho only acknowledged
Iteal Estate Bioker on the Island,
Agent" andPlantciP, and all oilier em
ployers of mechanics and laborers will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oe
cuf. Lcaes, deeds, bonds, ' mortgages, and
all other legal paqers drawn in proper
Books and accounts kept,
Letters and Engrossing done,
nnd general business olllce work of
every description intended to and alwnys
on the most reasonable terms.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Cfllco 27 Merchant Stieet, Honolulu
Telephone 17'J. P. O. Box, 315
rpiIE Annual Mceling of IhcKapln.
X liini Park Association will be held
at the armory, iiilbi.s city, on Monday
evenlne;, Jauuaiy intl, 18tJD, at 7ii.m.
A full attendance 1h reiiuestiil.
285 Secretary K. P. A.
THE HAWAIIAN ALMAC I AWL,
JS now ready nnd for sale at tho vnrl
ous Book-store, iu any quantity by
T. O. TIIUUM,
288 ini Publisher.
Tho Hotel Street Miivltet
Is now in a position to supply their cus.
Prime Muiton, Veal,
nnd everytliing in tho meal line.
Bend in your oulers. Prompt delivery.
204 Oavknaoii & Co.
A. S, CLEGH0KNr& Co.
Ilnvo leceivcd a Jnrgo nssorlmenl of
Boots & Blioes
ly billl nil vJaibf'iof'mirchiucri,", , itU,
sale in quantities lo Biiit,
Notice ot liHNolution.
THE co.paitncrship heretofore exist
ing between Bruce Caitwright, W.
S. , Luce and'A. "W. Hush, under the 11 rm
name or style of the Union FcedCo., Is
this day dissolved.
Hated Honolulu, Jaminry 8, 1883.
THE partnership heietoforc existing
between the snid parties above
mentioned was'not dissolved on' the 28tli
day of December, 1882. The under
signed has not purchased the interest of
AV. S. Luce and A. "W. Bush, and has not
assumed all the liabilities of saiil llrm.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1883. 2t)2 lm
THE Union Feed Company, composed
of Bruce Cartwright, V. S. Luce,
and A. "W. Bush, was dissolved on tiio
28th day of December, 1882, Bruce Cart
wright purchasing the entire interest of
W. S. Luce nnd A. W. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, censed to bo
partners in the said Union Feed Comp
any. Bruce Cartwright, the purchaser,
assuming nil linbiliticsof said Company
prior to dale of dissolution thereof.
W. S. LUCE.
2D1 lm A. "W. BUSH.
XIIAVE this day sold to Cavcnngh &
Co. the business of the Hotel Street
Market, nnd have much pleasure in re.
commending the new llrm to tho favor,
able notice of mv former natrons.
E. G. WALLER.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883.
Ilaving pmchased the good-will of the
Hotel Street JIarkci, we arc now pre
pared lo supply old customers nnd new
ones with the best quality of Beef, Mut
ton Poik, Yenl, Poultry and Eggs ut
Shipping supplied with live stock.
CAVENAGH & Co. v -Honolulu,
Janiinry 8, 1883. 203
ryUIE undersigned beg leave to notify
X the public that they have this iluv
1 1 j w h ii'
. . - ,vdM
I , ' h 4i-,yl u
entered into a co-partnership to carry on,
' a Livery and Carriago Express business ..
at tlie wen Known stand, Uie Fashion,
Stables. The llrm name to be known as
Sullivan, Buckley & Co. J ;
JNO. SULLIVAN, ' . -JNO.
JNO. BOWLER. , ,
Honolulu, Dec. 11), 1883. 301 lw
''piIE undersigned beg leave to notify
.L the public that Sir. II. J. Agncw
is no longer connected with the Fashion
StOilc-, Honolulu, nnd therefore they
will not bo responsible for nny contracts
made bv him after this date.
SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY & Co.
Honolulu, Dec. It), 1882. 201 lw
ALL persons having claims ngalnst
the Estate of M. J. Rose, deceased,
will please picsent them to tho under
signed; nud all persons indebted to tho
above Estate will please settle accounts
by pavment to
F. A. SCIIAEFER.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1883, 205 lw
ALL parties Indebted lO'D. W. CJark
me ictpicsted to settle tho same on
or befoie the 13th instant; and nil par ;
lies having bills against the same nro
requested to present the samo without
Parties having elockF, watches niul
jewelry at my store, for jcpa(rs, will '
please cill for the same at once, as I in
tend leaving the Kingdom on tho lGth
200 lw D. W. CLARK.
ALL bills up to January 7, 1883, are
payable nt Cavcnagh's ngeney.
t:. U. WALUKH,
02 Ijite proprietor Hotel bt, Murbct, ,
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