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T1IU11SSDAY, JAN. 2f, 1833.
THI8 DA-y'S DOINGS.
Regular Cnsh Sale, nt Sales Room
of E. P. Attains, tit 10 o'clock.
Kindergarten Biblo Class at 3.
Kninclinincliu Lodge, 7:00.
J. Oilman's School.
JoM'.t'it Gilmax enrns n liveliliood
liy leaching n, little school, nt Pa
lnmn. "When j'onng, Josr.ru fell
from n horse, niul injured one leg so
badly Hint he has never since been
able to locomolc without the assis
tance of a crutch. Hut the injury
I) the leg did not affect his head:
Jou's head is level. His heart is
also in the proper place, and is big
with kindly feeling and tender sym
pathy. Moreover, he is one of those
industrious men, who cannot 1;c
happy unless doing something.
About two years ago, finding that
his little sweet potato farm and
banana plot did not fully occupy hi
tinic JosKVii conceived the idea of
opening a school, hoping thereby to
furnish himself with useful and con
genial employment as well as to earn
a little needed cash. His only school
house was his private dwelling, in
which he made a beginning with five
pupils, on November 2, 1880. lie
devoted himself to his new duties
with earnestness and diligence, and
as a consequence his school soon be
came popular with parents, and
numbers increased to such an ex
tent that ho had no room for their
A proper school. room, with school
furniture, then became an iudispens
ablc necessity. A neat little build
ing, 21x14 feet, was therefore ercct
c 1 and suitably furnished.
From forty to fifty pupils, boys
and girls, varying in age from five
to twelve years, assemble in this
little school-house five days in the
week, to receive instruction in read
ing, writing, and clcmcntaiy arith
metic. They arc taught in the
English language only, and have
made remarkable progress.
It would be difficult, if not im
possible, to find a native school
better conducted than this one, or a
native teacher so'diligent, so pains
taking, and so persevering in train
ing the young' intellect as Josnrii
.The tenth free organ recital was
given Iry Mr. Wray Taylor on Tues
day evening, in HI. Andrew's Cathe
dral. The attendance was good,
although more could have found
Keats. Mr. Taylor's style of playing
is now well-known, so that it is
needless to refer to it; but wc
should (specially like to notice the
delicacy of execution which marked
Nos. -1 and 5 on tho programme,
llclle's Offertoirc in G. and Silas'
Andante in C. To our taste these
were the two finest pieces on the
programme. The chief attraction
though of this recital was the oppor
tunity of hearing a new singer. Miss
Michiels has a clear, strong sop
rano voice, which has been well
cultivated. Occasionally it sounds
very' sweetly, but tho whole effect
was marred by n constant indulgence
in that vicious tremolo which used
to be so fashionable among singers.
Singing to bo really plcasurablo
should bo clear and firm. In all
other respects Miss Michlcls acquit
ted herself well, and our local cele
brities must look well to their laurels
if she fttays here. To her solos her
brother played an excellent cornet
At the Honolulu Library fc Reading
Room Association Hall, by tho Rev
Geo. "Wallace, on Tuesday evening,
was but sparsely attended. It seems
to us a pity tlmt when tho Commit
Ijo of the Association arc trying
their best to get up some little intel
lectual amusement and recreation
for the public, that tho public should
encourage them more. If these Jec
tuics full through the public only
will be to blame, The leclurcr read
from his notes a very interesting
study on "Talking." Judging from
the announced title of the lecture,
"A fine Art much Neglected," wc
were unprepared to hear this as the
subject. The witty way, however,
in which the Reverend lecturer made
his point that talking was a fine art
son put us in good humor with
ourselves, and wc resolved to culti
vate it on every opportunity. Tho
lecture showed that talking, as an
all, was much neglected. Sufficient
care was not taken about tho signifi
cation of words, and the beauties of
collocation and rhetoric were almost
entirely neglected. The subject was
treated in a humorous but plain
style, and the audience departed
well satisfied with their treat.
PoLiciT court January 23.
Yet "Wane, keeping victualling
house without a license, remanded
front 23rd, fined So add 3 costs, as
there were extenuating circumstances
Kipi, drunk, fined So and SI costs
II. C. Dcvoll, carrying a pistol,
fined $lf and $1 costs.
Daniela Nainau, larceny of watch,
remanded to the 2itli.
Yin Lock, gross cheat, remanded
to the 25th.
Win. Jones and Jno. Branchcr,
assault and battery, nol. pros. Thoy
were then brought up for disorderly
conduct to captain and male on the
Hermann, and remanded to 25th.
The brig J. 1). Sprcckcls has ar
rived and docked at Spear street,
S. l', Jan. 11th, to discharge her
sugar. She returns to Honolulu
LCOAL Sj GENERAL ITEMS.
The James Makec brought 2710
pkgs of sugar.
Ox our front page will be found
an article on the Hawaiian Treaty.
Mil. Montauo has finished the
photo of a fine group of the New
Tin: mall for San Francisco, per
W. G. Irwin, closes at the Post
Office at 1 p.m. to-day.
Gkkat credit is due to the Minis
try for their piompt action in agree
ing to help to send off the C. R.
Bishop in search of the Suez.
Tin: drawing of Mr. Mclnerny's
lottery will come off at Lyons &
Levey's auction room, on the Satur
day before the Coronation, (Feb. 10)
Oun readers will please lake
notice that the Social, which -nan
announced to be held in Fort street
Church this evening, has been post
poned for one month.
Tin: first of Prof. Hitchcock's
Scientific Lectures will bo held un
der the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.
at the Lyceum, on Friday evening,
Jan. 2(ith, at 7:30 o'clock. Tickets
can now be had at Hie book-stores.
Tin: bachelors gave a party at the
residence of Mr. 11. Macfaiianc on
Tuesday night, at which the young
ladies thoroughly enjoyed theniT
selves. The young men rather prid
ed themselves on tho excellence of
their arrangements, and wc must
say wc agree with them.
Ybstkkday Mr. W. Auld showed
us, at the Water Works office, 11
Crown Water Meter. It is proposed
to introduce these hero and to attach
them to nil water taps. It measures'
up to millions of cubic feet, aud each
cubic foot equals one gallon. Next
steamer specimens of tho now stylo
of hydrant will arrive.
Wi: understand that the ngonts of
the " W. G. Irwin," which sails for
San Fiancisco to-morrow, will in
struct Capl. Turner to shape his
course so as to meet that which
would probably bo taken by tho
Suez, should sho bo under sail and
endeavoring to make tho Islands.
And should she happen to find her
all necessary assibtanco will bo ren
YcaTKllllAY, tit 11 !'15 n.Hl., tllO
steamer C. R. Biship loft in search
of the Suez. She will take n zigzag
course on the direct steamer route,
and will go as far as San Fraucisco,
unless bUc fortunately meets with
the Suez before that. One third of
her charter is provided by the Brit
ish Government, one third by Iho
Hawaiian Government, and tho re
mainder by the Agents of the Suez
and friends of those on board.
The Colonics and India reports'
an extraordinary fatality from
British Guiana, where on inexper
ienced traveller having, us is tho
custom in tropical eountrio's, taken
a ic freshing draught from thu stem
of' one of tho many walui holding
plants which thrive in tho forests,
qualified his cold refreshment by
a "nip,' of rum. Shortly afterwards
he died in excruciating agony, and
a postmortem examination showed
that his internal organs were liter
ally sealed up with indinrubbor.
Ho had imbibed tho sap of the
JlimuKops btihtlti, tho juice of
which coagulates and hardens in
alcohol, and the rum h-ul had its
usual clloct in the poor ' man's
stomach, with iiccessurilly fatal
TO KENT, on Kulttokiilnm
l'lulnx, coner of Kin.m antl
I'ousarohi M reels one LAltUE
COTTAGE, conlainlni: l'nrlo.-, Diutns
Boom, i) lledi oiiiiw, Balh-H 0111 with all
modem conveniences; huge Pantry and
Kitchen, with latticed virand room
attached ; also Stable, witli U o stalls, liny
and carriage moms; and 2 rooms for
servants. For fuither particulars apply
to WM. W. Hall. 30(1
A PLEASANT COTTAGE, centrally
lo-.ilcd, Hiiiulile for two gcitllc.
men. Infinite at IH'i.i.utix Olllce. 300
Nhuir L'ast For Sale,
A FINK SHOW CASE, 8 feet Ion-;
with parkin;; ca-c; en it be Mien
fiiim Kilo 12 o'cloek, next Wilkinson's
Epre-s Olllce, Kingst. 3011 ilt
J" AWRENCE & FREETH,
Plans and Estimate: fuuiMird for works
nf construction. Civil Engine iritis it
Survey'ns; Olllce, ill ami 2i Merchant st,
above".!. W. liobcil'-on & Co's.
U00 P. O. Box, 101. ly
STHANGEHS will find a
at 118 Nu mini Aenue. Booms furni-h-cd
single or suite, at modeiatc uhargc.
HOP (in'i Hits. J. Tt "WHITE.
THE FIRST OF
Prof. C. II. Hitchcock's
Course of Five
undcr thu auspices of the Y. 31. C. A.,
will lie delivered
Oil 33Vilv;-, .Tiuujviy MO,
at 7:1)0 o'clock,
At tho Lyceum.
Subject "What may lie learned from
Admission, 1 : ticket,-) for tho whole
course of live lecture-, $3. Childien
under 12, half-price.
Tickets obtainable at the booklore,
from members of the Committee, ami nt
tho door of the Lyceum. I'M 2t
rpHE undersigned liavian puic'.iased
Metropolitan and City Markets
On King aiid"Nuuanu streets, Honolulu,
v ill cany on tho Mime on his own ac
count under the trade llaino of
As fiom the 1st January, 1880.
;)0I 3t tin.imiiT .JoitNMix "Wai,li:ii.
rC- NOTICE. The G iptuin or
,jSg Agents of Hie bark Hermann
2JKiwill not bo ropnusililu for
-"' miy debts coulractc I by any
of the olllceis or crew of said vcr-tel.
!I01 lw P. A. Sciiai:ki:h & Co., Agent-1.
IMMEDIATELY, iv neatly' furnished
or partly furnished Cottage, ,i)i a
pleasant1 nelL'hhorliood, for n' gentleman
andihis family. "Will' pay a good rental.
Apply or uddtefs iuimeiljately o J.E
Vim:i:ax, Genera1 Business Agents.
MM lw r q
Wim ted, ,
ANYONE having a copy of J. AV.
Kauwahl's "Form Book" Jo 111
poo" of, will ilnd a purchaser by bending
!i0;l tf J. AV, HOIIKUT.-ON & Co.
AKESPECTAULE TIDY GIRL or
middle aged woman to take care
of children and act as nuv.-c, and to tra
vel with lliefamily in foreign lands.
Comfortable home oll'ured with suit
AddreVi, or apply to J, E. WISEMAN,
General Basinet Agent, No. 27 Mer.
chant sliect. 3011 lw
AT a mcc'ling of thu Dlicctors of ICn
plolaul Paik Association held Jan,
lSlli, 1883, tho following ollkcrs weio
eleeled for the ensuing year, vl.i
A. S. Cleghorn , . Prc.-.ident.
II, B. Mncfarlanc Secretary.
Cecil Blown Tivasurer.
Signed, II. It. MAOFAHLANE,
302 1 w Jjce, KJL'.JV
To tlic liiuliesi !
ELEGANT FANCY WORK
For tiij: nouDAVd.
OltDEHS taken and lessons given )n
Chenilh), Silks, and Crewel Em
broidery. "YVorly to bo seen every day
from 10 a. in. to 2 p.m., at 131 Foil trect
(next door lo Dr, lirodle). ' 2f2 3iu
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Reserve this space fur nmiounccmcnU of
of -which they linvo large invoices lo arrive.
Novelties in nil Lines of Agricultural Implements',1'' j
J 'list Xtoooi veils-
A large Consignment of
Kerosene Oil, in lancet nozzle cans, 150 Fire, , Test, n
( froinJEiibtein Itcllnurc, for sale iuimaiitillcs to bull,
at very low price.'.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Inlands and the United States, and
between lult:iwaiiiin Islands and
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and Genoral( (
Office, 27 Jlciciiant street, - - - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Lund and properly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Inlands.
Houses lolcubcand rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
i i ,n ,'U". 1 inn
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
uYXXlflR. THIS 33A.TE
we will hold our
Regular Room Sale
On Friday of each week.
P. S. PItATT & Co. Auctioneers.
To arrivo per barkcntlnc " Eureka."
200 biilcj Cnllforuii Hay,
200 Sacks O.tts,
200 Sacks Bran,
230 Sacks Com,
200 Sacks Ground Barley,
200 Sacks Barley,
2C0 Snuks Potatoes.
P. S. Pnvrr tfc Co., Auctioneers.
Auction Sales by E.P. Adams
This Day, Thursday,
January 2oth, at 10 a.m., at Salc3 Boom,
will be held
Regular Cash Sale
Amo.-keag Denims, Amoskeag Ticking,
Fine silk handkerchiefs, Curtains, Lace,
Hose, woolen and table damask, Quilts,
Shectinir, Blankets, Cotton's,
Buggy Holies, Linen dress goods,
Print, Towels, Cashmere shawls,
Men's; Boy's and Youth's Clothing.
Hut-, umlcr-hiils, overalls and jumpers,
Hiinc oP Xi'ewli GroecricH,
Snuks of Brown Sugar,
A small Lot of Furniture.
Alto, by older of executor estate of M.J.
Hose, a small lot of
1iic1k, ic'ese, HHoiis, 1 Brake,
Boscs and Plants.
'E. P. Adams, Auctioneer,
, By tho stmr City of New York,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
liUdicM A Ciieutlcmeii'M v
Eniliroidercd and plain seats,
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Hiding Whips and Harness,
The llnost ever imported into these Is
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, and
ItiHset Leather Saddle Bags,
.T. II. IjYJS'CII'H,
300 No. 88 King street.
CEDAR SHINGLES I
JUbT lli:cKivi:n nv
211!) Allen & ICohiiiNon.
F, HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel fat, Telephone 74.
- - ,,wrU
-'..'. W i(, ft'
' t'ii'i- a
Saddles and Haunkss
of all kinds on hand or .
made to order.
No milliner or diy goods for sale here.
No steam plows or Gorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale.
No imported Coronation stock' here.
No boots, shoes or Peter Punk jewelry ji
But if you wani satisfaction in my line
call on me at 3 King nt. ,303
The Ilest Tni'iiout in Town.
Express i Carriages
Sober and careful drivers.
WILLIAM L. GBIEVE this day re
tires from the lirm of RoiuntT
Gitmvu & Co., wliieli is now coniposed
of Bobert Grieve and Alatau T. Alkin.
son. UOlSEltT OHIEVE & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 20th, 1883. 303 3t
TIIE Union Feed Compniiy, composed
of Bruce Cfirtwrlght, V. 8. Luce,
and A. W. Bush, was dissolved on tho
28th day of December, 1882, Bruce Cart
wright purchasing the entire interest of
AV. S. Luce nnd A. "W. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, ceased to be
partners in the said Union Feed Comp
any. Bruce Cartwriglit, the purchaser,
assuming all liabilities of said Company
prior to date of diss-olution thereof.
"W. S. LUCE.
201 lm A. "W". BUSH.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the firm
of Broglie, Spenrfc Co. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. A. w.
iti'cliardson retiring, i
All claims will be paid by C. Broglie
and J. A. Spear, and all debts will bo
collected by thein.
Tho business will continue under the
lirm name of Broglie & Spear.
A. W. Iticn.utDsofci '
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1883. 2fl0 lm
8ST ISotieo Bq
A LL DEBTS due to, the, uudprsigncd
x. must bo paid on or before the 31st
January, otherwise they will bo placed
in the hands ofin'collcctor. i
204 3w CAPT. MAltOHANT.
AT tho Annual Meeting of thc-Enst
Maui Plaiitntlou Co., held at.Hono.
lulu, January 17th, 1883, tio followlijg
ollluers were elected for the ensiling
Col. "W. P. Allen President
J. E. HoU'inaiiii , . . .Vice President
P. O. Jones, Jr Sco'y mid Trea
Y. F. Allen , Auditor
Messrs. W. P. Allen, A.
G. Ellis, ami
P. O. Jones, Jr,
300 3v P.O.JONES, JnBcQ'y.
Having iiurcliascdtho good-will of tho
Hotel Street Market, we are now pie
pared to supply old customers and now
ones with tun Lest quality of Beef, Mut
ton Pork, Veal, Poultry and Eggs at
Shipping supplied with livo stock.
CAYENAGII & Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 203
The Hotel Street Market
Is now la a position to supply their eus.
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho meal line.
Send in your orders. Prompt delivery.
201 ' Cavkkami & Co.
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