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SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1883.
TH1B DAY'B DOINUS.
Regular Cash Sale, nt Sales Room
Of F. S. Prntl & Co. nt 10 o'clock.
llnnd it Emma Square, tit l :U0
Gospel Temperance Meeting nt
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cttr
zan, morning ami evening.
Bible Class nt Fort St. Church
Vestry, nt 3:15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Rev. G.
Wallace, morning and evsning.
The Athletio Association
Have purchased land and put up n
building for a gymnasium. It has
already been formally opened by a
ball given by the members, which
showed to those present the capabil
ities of the building. Now there re
mains the fitting up of this building
with the necessary apparatus, and
then comes the best part of it the
putting it into practical use.
If all this expenditure of money is
not to be allowed to be wasted, it is
necessary for our young men to
rally and bring in their subscriptions.
It is necessary for them to take an
active part in the work and hurry
up the preparations, and to resolve
to go into the thing so as to make
It is hardly neccssniy to dilate on
the advantages of gj-mnnstic prac
tice. Of late years tiiis has come to
be regarded as an axiom. But it is
as well to bear in miud that to be
advantageous it' must be stead',,
regular, and kept within due bounds.
And this is more especially neces
sary in our laxative climate, where
any extra and unsustnincd exertion
tells almost as strongly as a course
of dissipation would do in a more
Let it then be distinctly agreed
on by our young' men, a)', and older
ones too, that tliis thing is to be a
regular steady practice: that it is
going to bct smarted well and kept
tip. In short-let all unite to put out
a regular sustained effort to give it
a good start and then keep up the
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band Will give a concert at
Emilia S:iM:"f, this afternoon, at
4 :30 o'clock. Following is the
Overture Tnncrcdi Rossini
Gavotte Sccict Love, (by request)
Selection The Sittuiuiiiiliiilti . . ..llcllini
If octurno Number Two, new.. Chopin
Festival March Charlemagne, new. . . .
Mazurka Augusta, new Parlow
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
The mail for San Francisco, per
J. A. Falkinbcrg, closes at the Post
Oillcc at 11 a.m. this day.
Mh. Cruzan's theme Sunday
morning will be, "Wanted: Back
bone," and in the evening "Doubt
The members of the Japanese Em
bassy will pay a u to Mr. J. A.
Cummina' at Waimanalo, on Tues
Tin: mate of the W. II. Meyer as
saulted one of the crew yesterday
afternoon. Tho man received a
wound' over the eye. The mate was
Tub Road Supervisor is having a
regular bidc-walk built along tho
Waikikl side of the lower end of
Fort street, on tho Esplanade, It is
a sensible act.
Wi: have to make two corrections
in our shipping report of yesterday's
issue: tho French man-of-war is the
Limicr, and Admiral Lyons is a
British Rear-Admiral, and will come
on tho Swiftsurc.
Once telling is not enough for
sonic people. Again wo have to call
public attention totlio fact that piles
of old lumber arc lying on King
sttcet, near the Chinese wash,
houses, narrowing the street when it
js Harrow ciiough already,
K. O. Hall & Son's gang cultiva
tors seems to be a desirable intro
duction. It consists of ttco heavy
fi-inch plow blades on a frame of the
usual pattern, but strong, ami will
no doubt do excellent work for those
who use it.
To-day the public will have an
excellent opportunity for observing
the working of the Marine Railway
plant. The Likoliko will be hauled
down into the water again slowly,
so that her weight will bear on the
"rall.-oad, with the object of settling
it. It is intended to slnrl operations
at about 11 A. jr.
To-Dav, at 1 p. m., a presenta
tion to His Majesty will be held at
the Palace. It is understood that
the Japanese Embassy and the Cap
tain and Oniccrs of the Lackawanna
will he presented. The members of
the Embassy will afterwards visit
Their Koj'nl Highnesses Princesses
Liliuokalani and Likclikc.
Wi: have it on the best authority
that the statement in yesterday's
1 G. A. that the O. S. S. Co.'s
steamer Suez was built in 18G7 is
without foundation in fact. The
Suez was built in September, 1871,
and is entered At at Lloyd's, and
is consequently a little over 8 years
Am. sorts of absurd rumors have
been going round during the last
two days about the incarceration of
two gentlemen. Wc can, however,
assure our readers that, so far, no
attempt has been made to lodge
them in "durance vile," and pro
bably there will not be any such step
It is rumored that the lumber
used for the coronation amphi
theatre will afterwards be used for
bridge building, and therefore will
bo paid for out of the appropriation
for that purpose. This wc hardly
believe, as wc were told some time
ago that a portion of the coronation
vote had been set aside for that
A statement appeared in yester
day's J'. G. A. that the P. M. S. S.
Co's steamer Zealandia, from Aus
tralia, would stop over four days on
account of the Coronation. Wc
went to the agents to inquire so as
to give our readers the benefit of the
information as well, but wc found
that no such arrangement was con
templated, and as far as is known
she will go after the usual stoppage.
' Yi:sti:ui)av the business at the
Police Court was small. The only
case on the criminal docket was a
case of assault and baltcrj'. Ah Fat
struck All Clicc over the head with a
soda water bottle, inllicling serious
injury. The case was remanded
till the effects of the injury would be
known. The only case on the civil
docket was one of desertion from
-bond service. The man was ordered
to return and pay S3 costs.
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF
Plushes, Silks, Satins, Surrahs,
Moires, Lacos and Trimmings
Will bo opcue.l this day by
A. M. MelliN,
303 ' 101 Foil Street.
FIRE I FIRE ! FIRE!
To Arrive por barkonllno Discovery.
Fire Proof Safes
Having been appointed Agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands for
llall'H Safe ami Lock Co.
1 nm now prepared to talco oidcrs for
Flio Proof, Fire mid llurglar Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling Home, and Side.
Hoard Safes, Jewelry or Plata Chests,
Vault Fronts, Vletor and Novelty Jlank
Lock, &e., &o.
Mr. K. T. Folk, General Agent, for
Hall's Safe and Lock Co., at present
staving here on Ills wav to Australia,
will gladly furnish any Information re
garding tfiu above Safes, &e.
230 ly Heaver Block.
Just Rr.ojavi:i nv
" AUu A?MoWnwon.
Tin: lecture last night was well
attended. Furthermore it was in
teresting and good. It described
the geological formation of the fnlls
and taught some valuable lessons
which will give food for much
future thought. Wc welcome Prof.
Hitchcock and hopo to hear more
Snvi'.itAi. persons seem to make a
practice of announcing that news
has been heard of the Suez. Know
ing that so many families arc inter
ested in her fate, it is a cruel and
unmanly act to start rumors which
raise delusive hopes, only to dash
them down again when the truth is
heard. Wo have little doubt of the
safety of the Suez, but it is time to
say news has been heard when it
has, and not before.
The American Navy.
The JVittionttl Republican says :
The statement of the naval advisory
board with regard to the building of
new ships of war, which was laid be
fore the house of representatives on
January 3rd, recommends that the
largest of the steel cruisers, author
ized It j' the'law enacted at the last
session of Congress, be not built, for
the reason that the appropriation of
2,700,000 is not sulllcient to build
them all. The vessels recommended
by the board to be built arc one
steel cruiser, of 1,000 tons displace
ment, to cost $ 1, 500,80-1 ; three
steel cruisers of 2,500 tons displace
ment, to cost $1 ,0151,225 ; one iron
dispatch boat, to cost SIGO.000, and
one cruising torpedo boat, to cost
808,000. It is also recommended
that two of the smaller cruisers be
assigned to service on the Pacific
coast and one on the Atlantic.
An Englishman has discovered a
use for orangepecl. He finds that,
after being dried in an oven until
all the moisture has been expelled,
it becomes readily inflammable, and
serves admirably either for lighting
fires or for resuscitating them when
they have nearly gone out. Thorough
ly dried orangepeel will keep for a
very long time, and might be
collected while the fruit is in season,
and stored for Winter use.
THE Annual Meeting of this Associa
tion will bo held on Friday, Feb.
2 ml, :it 7:!!0 p.m. in the Gymnasium,
Foil St. The business of the meeting
will include the Elecllon of officers for
the Ensuing Year.
J. S. WEBB.
30S It Acting Sec.
A COMPETENT DRUG CLERK or
active bu-ini'.-s ycung man. Ap
11 v immediately to J. A. Pai,mi;u & Co.,
ll";j Fort street." 307
rpiIE Arm ofPAi.n:u ii Ivii.iioimx is
JL Ihis day dissolved by mutual eon
sent. - fmn,u J. A..PAL-MEH.
Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1883.
J. A. PALM Ell & ELMER II.TIIA
CI1EH have this day foimetl n Co part
uersbip under the Ih'm name of John A
r.u.MKit oc Uo,
sn.r,,i J-A. PALMER
(Signed) K. ii. THAciTEll.
Honolulu, Jan. 25, 1883. 307 lw
MESSI1S. W. W. HALL & C. BOLTE
have been appointed assignees of
tho Estate of Phil. Sleiu.
All pen-on-, having claim against this
Estate will please pioscnt them, and all
persons indebted to this Estate will
please buttle accounts by payment to,
At II. llnckfelcl & Co's.
Honolulu, Jan. 25th, 183:). .'107 2w
JAMES BALLON will attend to lame
and sick horse. Call at bis shop
on Bethel street, on Brim's premises. 307
For Prime Corned Beef
Spiced JtomidH of Itecf
Call or send your rdpM to the
HOTEL STREET MARKET.
IMMEDIATELY, a neatly furnished
or partly furnished Cottage, In a
pleasant neighborhood, for a gentleman
and his family. AV1I1 pay a good lenlal.
Apply or nddics- immediately to ,I.,E.
Wisi:'.ma.n, Genera1 DuMiiofc Agents.
ANYONE having a copy of J. W.
Kauwahi's " Form Book" to dis
pose of, will Jlud a purchaser by sending
iiOll tf J. W. Honi:Tso.v& Co.
A RESPECTABLE TIDY GIRL or
middle aged woman to take care
of children and act as nurse, and to tra
vel with thu family in forejgn huulg.
Comfortable, home oU'eiedwith suit
Addioss or apply to J E, WISEMAN,
General Busiuovj'AgonLf No. ,27' Mer.
eliaiit trtu'vt. .( WW lw
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DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Just leeched c. " Austialia " and " Ella " from New York and
Canlage Lampt a large variety of tho best Amerlcnn make.
Wire Gauze, Door Mats, Cutting Nippers,
Trowels, Saws, Heaves and Shears.
Royal Cement, for mending crockery."
Ship Augers, Hills, Door Boils, Bailey's Planes, Sparl'lancs,
Plows, Whip Lashes, and Novelties !
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.T. IE. WISEMAN, ' '
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business Agent, '
Oillcc, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Ga.cllo, Block. '
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom. - "
Land and propeity for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands. '
Houses to leac and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to rout, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
This Day, Saturday,
January 27th, at Sales Boom, at 10
o'clock a. m.
Regular Cash Sale
Dry Coo Is,
F. S. PRATT & Co., Auctioneers.
To arrive per harkentine ' Eureka."
2C0 bales C.difornii Hay,
200 Sacks Oats,
200 Sacks Bran,
200 Sacks Corn,
200 Sacks Giouiul Barley,
200 Sacks Barley,
2C0 Sacks Potatoes.
F. S. Pjiatt & Co., Auctioneers.
81iow Case For Sale,
FINE SHOW CASE, 8 feel long,
with nauklnir case; can bo seen
from 10 to 13 o'clock, next Wilkinson's
Express Olllee, King st. iiOO !3t
LAWRENCE Ss FREETH,
Plans and Estimates furnished for works
of construction. Civil Engineering &
Surveying Olllee, 10 and 21 Merchant it,
above J. W. Robertson & Co's.
M P. O. Box, 101. ly
,CX NOTICE. The Captain or
Sv3XAgents of Iho bark Hermann
SlsSStwill not be responsible for
v'iUtaaa.,'nily doijto contracted by nny"
of tho olllceis or crew of said vessel.
:i04 lw F. A. Schakkkh ifc Co., Agents.
WHILE thanking the public for tho
very liberal patronage accorded
to him in Iho agency business, would
now state that ho has sold the good will
of his Intelligence ofllco business to M.
11. Medhurt. ,
Referring to the above, I bog to state
that I am now in a position to supply
help of any desired nationality. By at
tention to business 1 hope to uphold the
reputation of the " Labor Agency" so
Miccessiuiiy csuimisneu ny my preue.
TO RENT, on Kiilnoknliun
Plains, coner of Kinau and
Fensacohi streets, ono LARUE
COTl'AGE, containing Parlor, Dining
Iloouij SBediooms, Bath-room with all
modern conveniences ; largo Pantry and
Kitchen, with latticed verand room
attached ; iiNn Stable, w itli two stalls, hay
and carriage rooms; and 2 rooms for
servants. For further particulars apply
to WM. W. Hall. 300
TO LET a Cottage, contain-
ling 7 rooms, with stabling and
icverv convenience, situated on
tho Plains, ono mile from town. Arte
sian well water. For particulars apply
to A. FERNANDEZ,
200 1m at E. O. Hall & Son's.
STRANGERS will lind a
at 118 Niiuanu Avenue. Rooms furnish,
ed singlu or biute, at moderate charges.
300 0m MRS. J. T.WHITE,
A PLEASANT COITAGE, cent rally
Ji located, sultablo for' two gentle,
wen, Ijnpihu ut Ik'iiGTtifjWIlccit wo
in Lamp Goods!
Saddles and Hakness.
of all kinds on hand or Jf-
madc to order.
No millinery or dry goods for sale, here.
No steam plows'or Qorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale. '
No Imported Coronation stock here.
No boots, shoes or Peter Fink jewelry;
But if you want satisfaction in my line
call on me at tf King wt. 03
The Best Tnriiont In Town.
Sober and careful drivers.
Telephone, 289. 803
AT tho Annual Meeting of the East
Maui Plantation Co., held at Hono.
lulu, January 17th, ,1883, the following
officers wcio elected for the ensuing
Col. W. F. Allen President
J. E. Hoilinaun Vice Prosidcnt
P. C. Jones, Jr Seo'y and Trca
W. F. Allen Auditor
Messrs. W. F. Allen, A. G. Ellis, anil
P. C. Jones, Jr.
300 3w P. C. JONES, Jn., Sec'y
AT a meeting of the Directors of Ka
piolaui Park Association held 'Jan.
18th, 1883, the following ofilcers were
elected for tho ensuing year, viz':
A. S. Clojihorn President.
Dr. J. S. McGrcw....Vice-Pres.
II. B. Macfarlanc Secretary.
Cecil Brown Treasurer.
Sinned, 11. It. MACFARLANE,
302 lw Sec. K. P., A.
Having purchased the good-will of tho
Hotel Street Market, we are now 'pre
pared lo supply old customers nnd new
ones with the best quality of Beef, Mut
ton Pork, Veal, Poultry and Eggt at
market prices. ' '
Shipping supplied with llvd stock.
CAVENAGH & Co.,
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 203
The Hotel Street Market
Is now in a position to supply their cus.
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho men) line.
Send iu your orders. Prompt delivery.
204 Oavknaoh & Co,
Telephone No, 230.
By tho slmr City of New York,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
I nulla' & iiJeiitleineiiVi
Embroidered and plain teats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding Whips and Harness,
Thu lincst ever imported into these Is
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, hnd '
Russet Leather Saddle Bags,'
a. ii. LYixciirK
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