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WKPyiiSDAY, JAN. 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
.m- . - MORNING.
Sale of Furniture nl tho Residence
of J. M Davidson, by K. P. Adams,
nt 10 o'clock.
Pigeon Match at Ivalilii at 1
Special Meeting of Lodge Lc Pro
xies, llrst degree, at 7: U0.
Oalm, Kniglils of Pythias, No. 1
Rclhel Prayer meeting, at 7:!10.
Fort St. Church Prayer meeting,
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
bcrviccs, at 7 :!10.
Left San Francisco on the 0th, so
'" that lo-day she is lo days out. No
passenger list was obtainable in town
tip to the time of going to press, but
we have heard that it included the
names of Mrs. Athcrton and family,
H. Damon and wife, "W. O. Smith,
S. Silig, II. Poor, Mrs. A. "W Bush,
nud no doubt many others well
Yesterday it was determined to
send the steamer C. K. Bishop in
search of her, and she was fitted up.
She will go out this morning. Capt.
Ilobron sent out the steamer Ki
hiuca Hon last night on lnc same
Correspondence is solicited on the ton
ics of the dny, or wlint may liccomu so.
AVc reserve the right to excise purely
"Wc do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editoii Bulixtix : Noticing in
your valuable little paper this morn
ing that a rumor is going round that
soldiers intrusted to distribute the
invitation to the Coronation sold
some of them to passengers on the
last mail steamer. I have to say
that no soldiers were intrusted with
invitations to distribute, and that, so
far as wc know, no invitations have
mis-carried. The answers that have
been received arc a sufficient guaran
tee of that : so that the whole story
is untrue. Yours, &c,
Honolulu, Jan. 23d, 1883.
local & General items.
This afternoon there twII bo a
'pigeon-shooting match at Kalihi at
Ykstkkdav morning an express
broke down .with a load of passen
gers from the steamer on Reretania
( .On Monday evening the soldiers
drilled in the .presence of Their Maj
esties, on King street, in front of
Tiir.in: has been n slight change in
the personnel of the oillccrs of the
American Legion of Honor, Hawaii
an Council No. G80. Mr. J. A.
Hassinger is now Vice-Commander,
and E. 1). Tciiney, Collector.
' Dii. Timelier, dentist, returned on
Saturday last from a professional
visit to ihc other islands. By adv.
in another place it will be seen that
tho Doctor has re-opened is old ofllcc
at 104J- Fort st. (up stairs), where he
may be found as usual.
Thk Band concert on Monday
night was a genuine treat. The
Square was crowded with people and
the streets lined with carriages. The
evening was delightful and the
music splendid. It was a treat to
walkabout: the Square has been fo
altered by trimming and cleaning
up, It now looks better than it ever
did at any previous time.
Accoitui.vo to the Captain of the
Lily Grace things arc in a bad state
in Peru. Tho President is still a
prisoner in Chill, nothing but guerilla
warfare goes on in the interior, in
which no prisoners are taken on
cither side , tho foreign merchants
arc till heavily taxed, and nothing is
being imported on account of tho
licuvy extra duties. Tho Chilians
have sold 1,000,(JOO tons of guano
to a French Company, who will pro
bably lose on the trausiwUous.
The German steamer Khrcristcln
will leave Bremen on the 10th of
February for this port with immi
grants. Tho U. S. S. Lackawanna ssllcd
from Callao on December lClh for
late Foreign News.
Gambctta is dead. (!cn. Chintzy
is dead. Both have had public na
tional funerals. Floods nro on the
increase in Germany, Austria and
France. The stt timers Kirby Hall
and City of Brussels collided in a
fog in the channel. Many lives lost
and the City of Brussels sank. The
Ncwhnll House has been burned
down (by an incendiary) tit Mil
waukee: over 100 have perished;
the sight is fearful. Wholesale
arrests of alleged conspirators have
been made in Dublin. A terror has
seized upon the conspirators. Ar
rests arc made daily of suspects con
cerned in the Plmmix Park murder.
Tho Mexican Reciprocity Treaty
is advancing. 50,000 for the use
of the U. S. licet on the Pacific has
been stolen from the Bailroad Co.'s
vaults at Panama. An attempt has
been made lo assassinate the Sultan.
England has issued a note to the
Powers, showing her proposed deal
ings with Egypt. She takes control
unaided. It has been agreed to. A
circus was burned down at Berdits
cheff, Russia, on Jan. 1.1th; -100
persons were burned to death, with
the horses, &c, of the circus.
death op Judge Allen.
Washington, Jan. 2nd. Owing to
the absence of the family of Judge
Allen, late Hawaiian Minister, no
arrangements have been made for
the disposition of the i cumins. The
body is lying at Hamilton under the
charge of the youngest son. There
is some question as to what courtesy
by the diplomatic corps and the olli
ccrs of the Government should be
shown towards the deceased, has
Judge Allen had the dual capacity of
n citizen of the United States and a
representative of the Kingdom of
Hawaii. S. I' Bulletin, Jan. 10.
The funeral of the Hawaiian Min
ister, Judge Allen, took place at
Bangor, Me., on Saturday, Jan. 3rd.
The attendance was large, notwith
standing the intense cold.
the Sugar interest
New York, Jan. 9th The World,
in a column editorial on the Hawaii
an Treat', concludes as follows :
The Sandwich Island treaty injures
no one, but benefits everyone on the
eastern .slope of the Rocky Moun
tains, and as it admits certain sug
ars free of duty to the Pacific Coast,
it ought to benefit consumers on the
western slope. Thnt which robs the
Pacific Coast of the full benefit of
free sugars is the tiling for Califor
nia to deal with, without pestering
the treaty-making power in Wash
ington. All tliis " fuss" over sugar
and Sprcckcls really means at the
bottom a combination to aid the
British Government and Sir Charles
Dilkc to impede, and, if possible,
thwart the negotiations committed to
ex-President Grant of a reciprocal
commercial alliance witii Mexico,
which is the country capable of pio
ducing au indefinite supply of sug
ars. If this negotiation is success
ful, the principle of unhindered
trade will in the end sweep us into
alliance with not only all the States
of Central America, but Cuba-and
Porto Rico also.
Now York', Jnn 3rd. The Herald
says, editorially: Tho telegraph
brings us from San Francisco, at
somewhat too frequent intervals of
late, accounts of the splendors of the
coming coronation of King naiauaua.
We are surprised that American and
other foreign residents of the islands
have not long ago got tired of these
absurdities and extravagance of this
ridiculous King. Those island rul
ers who wero of pure native blood,
retained the character of the chiefs
of their people, and this rule was not
without dignity and for a useful
purpose. Kalakaua inherits from
Ins negro father a Icmluiuu to extra
vagance, the pomp and fuss of which
makes him not ruler but a tiresome
and costly nuisance. Wc ndviso
American residents on the island to
take him in hand before he has lime
to ruin the material interests and
bring distress on the native popula
tion whom he is misusing, like the
shallow demagogue that ho is. The
rcsoutces of the Sandwich Islands
are extremely limited, and Kalakaua
is daily wasting them. Not long-ago
lie tried lo ruiBQ n public loan of 82,
000,0(JU, Forlmmluly for t,lic juler.
csts of foreign residents and natives I
alike, he found no one so foolish as
to lend this sum. upon the security
of n country which will be bank
rupt if the reciprocity treaty is not
continued, and whose present debt
of a quarter of a million ismorc than
it can repay out of Us in
come in one hqndrcd
years without oppressive taxation.
It is time foreign residents of the
islands, and particularly Americans,
who make up the greater number,
should put an end lo Kalakaua's
wastefulness. They have inllucnbo
and force enough to depose this
miserable half-breed from his sham
Kingship whenever they want to do
so. They may think it injudicious
lo go so far as that, but tiny owe it
lo their own manhood and to the
security and tho future prospects of
the islands to force him lo stop his
wasteful and ridiculous course, and
if he will play at King lo do so with
sonic sort of sense and moderation.
Matler.s have gone so far on the
islands within the last year or two
that they have attracted the atten
tion of our own Government. Wc
should like to know that a powerful
American war ship were ordered to
be constantly in the harbor of Hono
lulu for the protection of our own
people on the islands, and not only
for that,- the Captain of the ship
ought to have orders to give his
countenance and assistance to 11113'
step which tho misconduct of Kala
kauu may cause the foreign residents
to take at any moment for their own
protection, even if they should go
so far as to expel Kalakaua, from
the so-called palace, and set up
a useful, sensible government of
their own. They will have to do
tins before long, and there are
Americans of brains and energy
enough in the islands to do this use
ful and necessary work, which is
demanded for the safety of the
native as well n,s of the foreign
lOl'? Foil street (tip stairs.)
Charges lower than any other dentist
in Honolulu, whether tiavcling dentist
or otherwise. Satisfaction guaranteed.
rpiIE undersigned having purchased
Metropolitan and City Markets
On King and Niiuanu streets, Honolulu,
"will carry on thu same 011 his own ac
count under tho trade name of
As from the lsl January, 1S83.
301 at GiMimiT .louxsox AVat.i.kii.
NrVrmV. Tim nmlnlnni
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Vvto&. f mil is nermann
;i5:wil not he responsible for
any dents contructc.l iy
of the olllceis or cicw of said vessel
IMMEDIATELY, a neatly furnished
or pailly furnished Cottage, in 11
pleasant riqighhoihnnd, for a gentleman
and hih family. YVill pay a good rental.
Apply or add ess immediately to .I.E.
Wi&nuAX, Gencia' Business Agents.
ANYONE having a copy of J. AV.
JCnuwnlil's " Form Hook" to dis
pone of, will Hud a purchaser liy sending
vi mil to
:;03tf J. W. Konr.uTOix & Oo.
RESPECTABLE TIDY (URL pr
middle aired woman to take caic
of children and art as nurse, and lo tra
vel with the family in foreign hinds.
Comfortahlc home offered with suit
Addrobs.or apply to J E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, No. 27 Mer
chant Mrccl. ,303 'lw
4 T a meeting of the Directors of ICa
rV. piolani Paik Association held Jan.
18th, IBS!),, the following oillccrs wete
elected for the ensuing year, viz:
A. S. Cleghorn President.
' Dr. J. S. yicGrow. . . . ViccPres.
H.-H. Macfarlane Secretary.
Cecil Brown . . . ; Treasurer,
Signed, II. It. MACFA ItLANE,
K03lw Sec. K. P, A.
S.ddi.i:h and ll.itxi:hs
of all hinds on hand or
made to order.
No millinery or diy goods for sale hero.
No steam plows or Gorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale. ,
No Imported Coronation slocl; here.
No IioqIs, bhoes or Peter Funk juwolry;
Hut if vou waiusalislaction in my lino
II on me at liintv M. :"'
Tho Jtcst Turnout in Town.
5Rai J' IrM'filllxs
' "WKftfcfe.Mirti'' Ftfnrnc:? Oarrlnnns
.V;r.& For H,u(
Sober and careful drivers.
To the liiidicH !
ELEGANT FANCY WORK
For TIIK HOLIDAYS.
RDEUS taken and
lessons idvcn In
.Clienllle. Silks, and Crewel Km
bioldcry. Work to bu seen everyday
from 10 a. in, to'J p.m., at. 131 Fort stiect
(uv door tu Dr, Uicdlc). S Uui
Reserve this space for announcements of
of which they have huge
Novelties in all LineB of
., . ; A large Consignment of , 1
Kerosene Oil, in faucet moz.lo cans, 150 Fire Test,
froni.Eastern Refiners, for sale in quantities to suit,
at vcr1 low prices. , (
lklwccn the Hawaiian Islands and tho'Unitcd States, nlid
between the Hawaiian Islands and
jr. 233. wissem.a.jSt,' " '.;
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent sind General,
Business Agent, . i.-lfll
Onicc, 27 Merchant slieet, - Hawaiian Gazelle lilock.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom. , ;, t
Land and propeity for sale in nil parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.. '
Houses to lcac and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. "
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
AITXJSR, TT-IIS DATE
Wc will hold our
Regular Room Sale
On Friday of each week.
F. S. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
To arrive per barkentine " Eureka."
200 bales Cnlifornl-i liny,
200 Sacks Oats,
200 Sacks Bran,
200 Sacks Corn,
200 Sacks Ground Barley,
'200 Sacks Barley,
200 Sacks Potatoes.
F. S. Pkatt & Co., Auctioneers.
Auction Sales by E.P. Adams
At the residence of J. 31. Davidson, Esq.
No. 138 Bcretania street,
(opposite residence of T. R.iWalker)
Wednesday) January 24th,
At 10 a.m. will be Fold the cnthc
Consisting in part as follows:
Handsome parlor suit, 7 pieces,
Centre table,, line engravings
Chandeliers, rugs, window curtains,
Cornices, easy chairs, library table,
B. AV. chairs," secretary and 'book case,
Handsome; b. w. carved marble top
Consisting of bedstead, bureau, wash,
stand, locker, 3 chairs and towel ruck',
beautiful b. w. waidrobc, with minor
full length, .hair and spring mattresses,
pillows, blankets, coverlets, mosipiito
nets, i now sowing machine in perfect
order, chamber bets, single and double;
b w. bedsteads.
B. W.' sideboard, oxt. (lining tabic,
Dining chairs, glnss fc crockcryware,
Cutlery and plated )varc.
Refrigerator, meat safe, " '
Kitchen stove, in order;
Kitchen furniture, step-ladder,
AVhcelbarrow, bath tub, hat racks,
Also" large K011 office table, I. B. AV.
bookcase, ollicu chairs and table.
,,. JB, P. Adams, Auctioneer.
By tho stinr City of New York,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
IiiKlies' & Gcntlcmuii'M
Embroidered and plain Feats,
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding Whips and Hiiiiic.sk,
Tho II ne t cvor imported into these Is.
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, and
Rusaut Leather Saddle Bags,
.t. 11. LV'oirs
No. 88 King street,
JubT Rixxivni) jiy
299 AllCII A KvWllHOIl.
invoices lo arrive.
.' ( i'qnvri(i3
,11 V ,1-
Pni'tiierchlp Notice. '
WILLIAM ;L. GRIEVE this' day re
tires from the firm of Uojieht
GiuuvE & Co.,' which is now composed
of Robert Grieve and Alntnu T.'Atkln.
son. ROBERT GRIEVE; & ,Co,
Honolulu, Jan. 20th, 1883. 303 at
Notice of DiHsoIntion.
rpiIE co-partnership heretofore cxist
JL ing b'ctweeri Bruce Cart wfiglit, AV.
S. Luce and A. W.Bush, tinder the firm
name or style of tho Union Feed Co,,, is
this day dissolved. ' '" "'
Dated Honolulu, Jnnuary.8,1883. ' '
THE, partnership; heretofore existing
between tho said parties, above
mentioned was not dissolved 'oh the 28th
day of December, 1882. Tho under
signed luis.not purchased the interest of
W. S, Luce and A. W. Bush, and has not
assumed all the liabilities of said firm.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1883. 21)2 lm
THE Union Feed Company, composed
of Bruce Cartwriglit, AV. 8. Luce,
and A. W. Bush, was dissolved on tho
28th day of December, 1882, Bruce Cart,
wright purchasing the cntirc'intcrest of
AV. 8. Luco and A. AV. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, ccascditobo
partners in the said,,Union Feed Comp
any. Bruce Cartwriglit, the piirchnscr,
assuming'nll liabilitics'of said Company
prior to date of dissolution thereof.
,s . AV. S. LUCE. .
291 ,1m t A. AV. BUSH.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the firm
, of I)rpglicSp(iir& Co. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. A. Av.
All claims will be paid by C. Brogllo
anil J. A. Spear, and all debts, will b'c
collected by them.
The business will contlnia under tho
linn name of Brogllo & Spear.
John A. Spkak." i
Honolulu,, Jan. 13, 1883. 200 lm
' ' BST Notice 5a
ALL 'DEBTS due 'to the' undersigned
miibt boip'aidon or beforo thcllst
January, ptlierwiso t hoy .will bo placed
in the hands of a collector. . . .
291 2v . CAFr, MARCIIANT.
.!.- 1 , . m
Notice. ' 4
AT1 'the Annual Meeting nftlic'Eaftt
Maui Plantation Co., hold at Hono
lulu, January 17th, 1883, tho following
oillccrs "were, elected 'for, tho ensuing
Col. AV. F. Allen'. President
J. E. Hoffmann. , ' .Vico President
V. C. Jones, Jr .' Scc'y' and Treu
AV. F. Alloti Auditor
Messrs. AV. F. Allen, A. G. Ellis, and
P. O. Jones, Jr.
300 3w P. O. JONES, Jn., Seo'y.
Having purchased the good.will of the
Hotel Street Market, wo are now pie
pared to supply old customera and new
oneiiwitli.thu best quiilily of Beef, Mut:
pin Pork, Veal, Poultry and Eggs at
Shipping supplied with live stock.
CAVENAGH & Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 21)3
-The Hotel Street Market
Is now hi a position to Mippy,thclr cus.
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho meal line.
Send in your orders. Prompt delivery,'
2U1 Cavunaoii & Co, - ' 'i