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TUESDAY, J ANr 30, 1883.
Tlite'DAY'S DOINGS. '
, T ' j EVENING.
'KSfcelsIar'Ldflge, I. O. 0. K 7:00
-Uiblc Clans, at, Lyceum, 7:30
Court liUlmljlp, NO 6G00, 7:30
H. B. M. S. MUTINB -
Is'TC-gjin composite steam sloop of
1137 tons burthen nnd 1120 horse
power, fjhe was eonimibsionqd tit
pevontxirl1 on the 10th May, 1881.
.The following is her list of ofllccrs :
Commander, VicileiicU Ed wauls, ,
LlciitVniinK a. P. Ilcmlci-on, (N.J Ed-
L. Long, C. H. D.uc.
Stall" Surgeon, T. O'Sitllivnn, M.D.
Paymaster, A. Do Dciuie,
AsM. Paymaster, II. W. B. Dclnfons,
Chief Engineer, Q. Sullivan,
Engineer, G. Elbron,
Gunner, F. R. Boland,
Carpenter, J. Pcaln.
She is 3G days from Callao, and
carries about 125 men.
POLICE COURT JANUARY 27.
" Chas. Leon, drunk, forfeited bail
SO. II. K. Jones, assault and bat
tery, fined $7 and $3 costs. Katn
Kwai, importing opium on or about
'15th inst. by the City of New York.
It will be remembered that the
stewardess of the steamer, Mary
Ncilsen, when arrested, hnd on her
a receipt 'for' 8 tins of opium already
delivered. The Deputy-Marshal
bided his time, and having got
everything in train searched the
premises and found the stamp cor1
responding to that on the receipt,
and nlso 3 tins of opium. Itcmntid
cd to the 30th. Hi, k., larceny of
written papers from Ah Chow, vnluc
$50, remanded to the 29lh.
Monday, Jan. 30th.
Koaokalani and Kahokano, drunk,
fined $5 and SI costs; Karaaawi, J.
Joutell, J. Ilickcy, lvaliona, Iliki,
Malnma, Kclii (w), Kaluaia, Maiola,
Knupohnku, all drunk forfeited bail
Geo. Green and F. Shaw, drunk,
fined $7 and 1 costs ; D. Edwards,
drunk, fined 88 and 81 costs.
Ii, disorderly person, forfeited bail
$10. Kiki and Kaaiai, larceny of two
c6atsj"b'oth boys ore 14 3-cars of age,
nnd were committed to the Reforma
tory School for 2 years each.
Hi, and Lawioki: Hi was re
mand from 27th for larceny and
Lawioki was now charged with being
concerned in it, plead guilty. Hi 9
mouths jvijli- ljinrcl labor, 810 and
83.10 costsjLnwioki, 0 months with
bard labor, S" .ind $1 costs.
' At a regular meeting of Harmony
Lodge, No. 3, 1.O.O.F., held Jan.
22nd', 1883, life following resolutions
were adopted :
Wur.HKAs, It has pleased an nll
wlbc and inscrutable .Providence to
remove from among us our loved
nnd respected brother, George "V.
I'ascoe, borne away by the hand of
dldqrc his years hnd reached the
noon-day of the allotted span ;
"Vni:nKAh? Our departed brother
possessed the attributes of true man
hood) in an unwonted degree, and b3
his many viitucs, his kindly bearing,
his upright actions, won a place in
tho hearts of all who knew him ;
Wiii'.UKAa, Oiir brother was ever tV
faithful and affectionate1 son, a lov
ing brother and esteemed friend of
hisfellbw maiij an honored and use
ful member' of our Order, and whose
presence will be' missed in our conn
oilskin our social gatherings, and in
nil the good works of . our Order;
thcrcfoic be it
I'ksoj.vku, 'Jflmt wo extend our
heartfelt sympathy to his'mother, to
his 'Mbters and brothers, in their
nllltction, nnd that a copy of these
resolutions bo sent them.
1o:oi.vj:i, Tliat these resolutions
be incorporated in the minutes of
the piocccdjiigs of this .Lodge, and
that copies of tiio Bamc bo furnished
for publication to tho soveral Eng
LOOALi & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tub ' Lackawanna will set out
cruizing for tho Suez as soon as she
Yesterday tenders were asked on
bottomry bonds for tho repairs of
The Mutinc will remain at the
islands till the arrival of tho Admiral
about tho 4th of March. She may
be beulcrcnilsc for the Suez,
The electric light was shown on!
the Iwnlniil last night.
Last night Prof. Hitchcock dc-'
llvcrcd his second lecture subject,
tho Ico Ago to ad appreciative nu-
dlcrec. , , ; ,
Jolm Knnna and Kcnloha fx were
brought iu from "Wnialua last night,
charged, with laiccny of 8175.
Nr.w wash-houses aic being', bliilt
near the Chinese Thcattc, just 111a-
ukYpf tho,olil, ones. x ', , ' '
Tnr. mail for San Francisco,- per
W. If; Meyer,- closes' ' at the Post
Oillcc at 10:30 a.m., this day.
"VYi: arc requested to call atten
tion to the Diaymen's1 Protective
Union's, alteration in their charges.
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We were told that, on Jan. 8th
18G7 another British Man-of-war
also called the Mutinc visited this
Now is the time for street scrap
ing. The mud lias again been pto
duccd and walking is rendered un
comfortable, to say the least of it.
Ox Sunday, out on Bcrctania
street, carriage drivers were con-
sidcrably annoyed by the reckless
riding of some Portuguese aiid Haw
aiinus, who were probably drunk.
. . . .-
Axvoxi: having lost cither of the
following articles, will get them on
application at the Station House, and
pioving ownership: A corduroy vel
vet coat, found on Fort street on
Saturday night; a-young black goaf.
Yi:stkki)AY tlio ship Abcr.unnn,
139 days from Glasgow, was tele
phoned as being outside. It was re
ported that she had carried away
her maiu-top-gallant yard. The Mo
kolii was sent out to tow her in.
YibTintiuv the lions. Kapcna and
Kaulukou took the members of the
Japanese Embassy on a tour round
the city. They visited the gaol and
all the other principal buildings and
points of .interest. They expressed
themselves as extremely pleased
with everything they saw.
It appears that since Adam's
Lane was re-made the drainage has
been arranged for the wronr side.
The roadway is higher than the gar-
dens facing that thoroughfare, and
the consequence is that every time 'it
lains heavily such as yesterday those
gardens arc flooded. This ought to
Ykstkudat inorning a native ex
pressman brought a hng of horse
feed from a Chinese store on Nuu
anu street, mnuka of Bcrctnnia
sticel. He paid for it, and being
suspicious of its weight took it to
the Police Station and had it re-;
weighed, find'ulg it to be several
pounds shoit. of the alleged weight.
He then went back and made a
noise about the mutter, but it was
eventually settled. '
Yesterday afternoon a marricd'wo;
man jiamed,Kclopa was riding home
with a man on the road' to Kanioiliili
vtheii a.ouau named- Papa-dragged
her off her horse and stabbed her
about tho head, face and hands with
,thc large blade of a jack-knife, lie
also choked her and left her for dead.
She recovered, and Dr. Ilrollic hns
attended her, The man is now in
now in the station house, who slated
that ho was wild. ,
(1'ioin Our Own Cununjioiulciili)
On Friday tho 1'Jth inst, a quito
bcrioii'5 row occitredatlCahalau plan
tation. A white Innii had been at
tacked by6ixol" his gang and 'assaul
ted with cane knives, a forco of
police were sent froinrllilo to arrest
tlient, lut when the arrest was made'
the police were attacked by the bal
ance of the gang with cane knives,
clubs, stones &c, and Oiivcn away,'
tho plantation people used every ex
ertion to nssist the" ofllccrs, but were
diiroif off, the prisoner and aout
100 chinnmeu fortifying themselves
iu oncof the large plantation houses.
Additional force was immediately
telephoned for from Ililo, but before
tljey could get tliepi tho cjiiimpien
evidently frightened at what tlicylmd
done,' started for llilb, to deliver
themselves up, and were arrested on
the road, to the number' of about
fifty; and locked up'in the Ililo jaih
On Monday the ease was tried before
the Police Magistrate, 13 sentenced
to imprisonment- and fined for .csis
ting legal arrest and 32 conviqtcd of
deserting woik nnd sent back with
costs. So the affair is disposed of
without anv.loss of life, or serious.
damage. l (bud) native was cut'
slightly on the, head with a.cijno
knife. Hut it shows what wo may
-nt-any time expect with such a crowd-
of low class labor as we have on all
the plantations in this and all sugar
On Tuesday the Ililo folks had a
meeting to elect delegates to the Cor
onation, after a great deal of trouble,
they got 18 who would consent to"sjoYj
mo general expression 01 uiu ueii
gatcs was, "1 pray thee let mc be
tvcuseJ." Volcano is as active as
ever. The guardian of the volcano
house is at present in Ililo, where lie
seems to be enjoyinc one of his scmi-
, 1 - ". ; 1 f " . ' rff . , ',
lumual-vacnlions, in His own peculiar,'
Our Ililo scientist goes to Hono
lulu to honor the Coronation with
his picscncc, we hope to hear more
from him regarding celestial phe
nomena, and the formation of new
Ililo, Jan. 25th 1883. - t
JOST-JOOO yards of Quccheo all w6ol
flannel, from 25cts. u, at Chas. J.
Fishol's Leading Millnory House.
BSyPlain Sateens all colors, at
Chas. J. .Fishol's 'Leading Millinery
ST"Ex. Zealandia, Gents fine
Tweed Suits, at Chas. vT. Fishcl'a.
E35T Tho lnise1'! .selection of LarticV
Fieliucs and Collarettes of the lale't
Patterns inc. to lichnd At the Honolulu
Clnthinc; Empoiium of A. Jl. JIki.i.ih,
101 Fort Street 271
On hoard the " II. "W. Almy," at be.f,
on the lSth instant,' John AV'. Crowell,
forraorlya rchlen(' of tliiK city.
Auotion Sales by E. P. Adams
Wednesday, Jan. 31,
At 10 a. in., at the Store of Worn; Leong
vfc Co., Niiu.'iiiu .vtrcct, will ha
sold ul auction,
Tlie Balance of Stock
( And General. lurchiuulhc.
v li. V. Ae.vjLs, Auctioneer.
' A WAV GENTLE3IEN can be accom.
,xi. inodaled with Board at, u private
'ifoiihc. iif a njsjiuctablu'nii'ijiUborliood,
iiiKLwithin n'miiUitcs of the 1'ost Qlilcc.
Fiii- particular)) apply at the llui.i.i.'rix
Olllce. - . ' !fip lw
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rtOL'HT LUXALII.O, No., 1C01).A"V
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v oiiJiiiiiunuuuuciriiii ui uiu i ifui u
Oymf. will l)cliuhl ouTucn1iy pCiijiKi'
the SiOth infant, at TjUOnL Knights of
irythiife Hiill, wlicn huhinu ot i;njiuit.
'.i. ... i.-:n iJitt.m,i tw.fs.-.A t.. -.aI;1i,
pillar ttiii nu iriiMijii i;uiiiiu uiu iiilxuii
jVII WSIUIl IMUIIUUM illU CUMINIIIV III"
jvitotl lo utteiuLi ah-' order, of the C. Jl. '
, Ji.,r . oixuiiii, pei; y.,
' j, 'ii- i t..ii-..4- vl
n T. oinTrT.'ii c 1..
r o Wanted, I
QOMl'ETKMVmtUa O.KHK or
J., , in;) jve huifjiiuss' yount',TinjiivwAp'.,
jilv.ini'ineillatelv to J. A. Paljiuu it Co.,
jm'Fort'sfrcet' - , "r JOT'
frIMEDIATFV, Ji nciitly 'furnished'.
IL or partly fumit-lied Cottage, In a
pleasant iicishlib'rlino'di'foVii grntlemuu
inu u lanuiy. vvitiipiiV'U coou rental.
Apply or ariilrtt-ji JnuniMliiitclyi to J. B.
WjbjJMAN, Genera1 lluniiiuis AgciitH.
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ANYONE having a copy of J. W.
Kiiuwahl'ii "Form Hook'' to dih-i
poe of, vjll Hnd u purohatcr hy bending
wojd i, I
800 tf J. "V. Ilonitittso.N ifc.Co.
AltESPECTABLE TIDY GIRL or
middle aged wouiim (o take' cure
of children and act us nur.sc, and to tra
vel with the family iu foioign lands.
Comfe-i table homo oll'ercd with suit
Adiliuss or apply lo .1. E. WISE3IAN,
Gcmsinl JJiiHlnchs Agent, No. 27 Sler
cliunt.Mreet, uou lw
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J 'AMES IIANLON will it I lend to lame
and sick hoi-hC. Cull at his chop
on Hetlicl Htrwi, on lirun'o pieniics. ;107
, CEDAR SHINGLES?"
Jiw linoiiivuo.iiv i
m Allen & toliituou.
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DILLINGHAM' & 'GO.'S
Just received c. " AuMnillii " and
Sun Francisco, t
Ciuiiagc Lamiis a large vailely of
Wiic Gauze, Door
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al Cement, for
Ship Augciti, Bill, DoorllolLs, lla iloy's glance, Bpar Planes, '
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Locks, Utiles. ! ' '
..Plows,, Whip. Lashes sand NpyeltiesjJ
t i V -L - i 292
Reciprocity Relations. .Rather.. Reyivifyiug
UclWPiMt tlin lTnu-niinn Tlniula-fnrl (tin Tfn!i.w1l3nn .,.l S 1
between the Hawaiian IMnntta'aiul '
-t . ' i ir,. ,),'' ''Hi;!!
Real-Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General r
'",y Business Agent, ','.
Ofllcc, 27 Moichanl street, .Hawaiian Gazette Block. ,
I t i
The only recognized Heal Eilato Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and propeity formic in nil parts of Honolulu and thevarious Islands.,
lIou-cs loleii'-c and'rent In Iloiiofulu and suburbs. l
Booms lo rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. ' ' '
In consequence of the continued high
prices for hay and 'grain, and also ofjlic
high rates of wages that prevail, we, Ihc
undersigned Draymen, arc compelled to
make a slight change In our range of
charge? for cartage.
On and after February 1st, .1883, the
following rales will be charged:
Sugars and Birc, short hauling,
per ton of 2000 ll.s SO 23
Sugar, and Kiee, fiom Espla
nade wharves to Queen street
wharves, or vice versa
Lime, cement, mola-scs or sal
mon, to wit: 8 bbls linio, 5
bbis cement, 7 bbls molnsscs,
8 bhl. salmon, to roiiMilutu a
loud, "from any point onJOspla
nadc to Quecii st. wliarve. or
vice versa, per load
Lime, eonicntiiiolav-es and sal
moil, short'cairage'.'. ..'..... . .
McichuniliFc to Bond , jier load.
McicliiiiidUu from Bond, pcr'ld
(detention cti.t; i T.i
Merchandise fiom all vessels discharg
iug at any wliarf to any point within the
following limits, vi.:
Maiinakca St., Beietania, st. and
AiaK'.i,sl, pcijtp;!, a?lc'i;l)ill
Any singc,jo.Hl,ics than 1 tin,
as above! .:.;.:
lerchatidistP islapd stimei,
.per loud ,f .,,,.,..,.. . .,. ."....
(Detention of'di.iy'ut the rate of
"ijl per hour,).
Coal.vbaggod,) ton'of 2240 lbs.,. ,
within limits , ...,
Coal, -loose ...:. .7 ... .'.
Coal, "cartlngndllbig.'aWptT ngrcein't
Biieks; within ulnifU named
aboVe.'pcr.M. . t 1 00
Bilcks, proswed, .Qf tiro, named -...j
iibovo.iper'M; .-.-:.'.: ..... .-. . . lv50
I urn and machiuriy, wlthln,lim-
itrf, per I6nri or lon.l ,
Etra heavy safes or machinery
us per agreement . .' '. . . .
Black or wli!.ofiuul as per ngi't
Itullblsh 'or dirt, as per ngr'l....
Lumber per I'M ft within linitu
l'6ts"per 100, within limits
Shingles per 10 M -within limits
Ehu-woou, on city iront; cord .
Fiio w'ODd;1, f rom oily front to
miy point witnm launnKca,
King nnd Punchbowl sts
Kcncuc, btorchouse to the oil
Iioiih, iier case of oil
l'l mil llti, nil li.AXLfi ,,m. 1f,ll1 nf
2.1 cases or less i . . . 1 00 '
From tho city front to any of the fob
To Ivukul sticet
To School i stieet, bet. Emma,
t. nnd Whikiihnlulii Bridge,. '
To Walnluln.v .,.,.
Tol'iiiiuui .,.,,... 2 00
To Wyllcblieet 3 00'
To ice works fNtina nu) ncr load
or ion . 3
To I'uuou ,.'..',.. 2
To Lei co.
To Oahu I'rlsun
To Kohololoa, slnughter hnu-cs
or tunneiy, per load
From slaughter li(uics or .uii
nciy, per ,10,1(1 ,
To Lilihn mid School st, corner.
To Lililm and Klug ut. vomer. ,
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.'ix... t - " "
'! EHa," fiom Now York and
iiwLaiftp 'Goods !&l
Hie hA. Ameiicnn nuiko
Maty, Cutting Kippcjs,
Troweli, Saws, BhcaVcs nhd Slrs.
ifcittfr"ir ter k. w"wif" i"p" mh t
mending crockery.! v .
1 in. '
To Bcformatory Sbhoorcomcr. 1 GO "
To Alupni's corner. . . ;. i . 1 GO
To Waller's Kiilihi. .". .:."."..... 3 00 '
To Pawaa 1 fit) Ri
To Artesian Ice Works, load. . . 2 00
To Punahou 2 00
To Knmoiliill . 8 00
To In-find Asylum; ....... ".. .".. 2 GO
To Queen's IIospit,nl , ,75, -
To Wnikikl, town side of bridge
near phurch. ..... .-. p.; .-j . .-; n 33r30n
To town side of biidgc at Park
entrance ..... .v. .' . .".': i,ff 00
To Park, as per agreement
To.Kulnokalmn", as f ar as JPiikoi Z
si rcct . .- J. i .-....'.; y. f.r.r. 1 otf
To Gov't Powder Mngnzinc.ipcr
t lond 1000 ILs'or lcs ..... X .. C OQ'.
From' Gov't Powder-Mngnzino '
per load 1000 lbs or lebs 3 00
To or from IOtktiako '. . .'. . 1 00
H. G. QltABHK, ,S. M.lCAHTEU l i .q
E. Pkck; ' G: H.'RouEnTsoi' ,tJ
ASHLKY & CO., W. F. SnATlMAT,
Mi.s. O. P. Waud, (per F.llustncc,
"Q lw jMauagcr).
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OP
Plushes, Silks, Satins, Surrahs, "
Moires, Laces and Trimmings
' Will be opened this day by
A. HI. MclliN,
80S , 1. f M 101 Foif ti eel.
TO BENT, on Kulaokahua
Plains, concr of Kinnu nnd
a.Pcnsncola streets, one LAltGE
CQTTAGE, containing Parjof, Diuing.
Boom, 3 Bedrooms, J3nthrfoom with all
modern conveniences; large Pantry and
Kitchen, with latticed -.veraiid iooju
min'cliod ;also Stable, wlth'iwb stalls, liny
and carriage rooms; and 3 rooms for
servants. For further pnrticulars'apply
to WM. AY. Hall. . U00
LTO IiETn 'Cottage, contain.
rguig i iuuuis, huh suiuiing mid
the Plains, one mile from town. Arte
sian well-water. Fofpartloiilnrs imply
to f A.7FERmNDEZV
2G0 lnii - jit E; O. HaUl& Bpri'.
2L piLL'NGERS willlinrta
at IB'NuunimAvcnnej Jlqoms fiirnibU
cd sln);lo oi? suite, ntinbderntc char'gcsr
300 dm MRS. J. T. WHITE,
To Iiet, i .
A PLEASANT COITAGE, 'centrally
located, suitable for two gentle
men. Inquire nt'BuM,BTifr Ofllco.' 80(1
' Soorffc avciiae;li, '" '
WHILE thanking tho public for tho
very liberal pati'oniigc rnocoi'dcil
to him ;in tlio agenoy business, would ,
now state Unit ho bus sold tho good 'will
of his intelligence olHco 'business to(M.
II. Medhurt. , r.
Befcrring to tho'above. I bog to state
that I am now in a position to supply
help of any desired nationality. iBy in
tention to business I Iioiiq to uphold tlju
reputation of the " Labor Agency" so
succcssiuiiy csiiiuiisncu nv my prcue
ce-sor., ,U. MEpilUBST, .
Tlio Hotel StieotBIarket"
Is now ln,a position .to uppy their cus.
Prime Mutton, Veal,,
and oyeryihing in, tio. meal )nc. ,
Send iu your oidcrs. Prompt delivery.
21)1 Oavunaou & Co,
Telephone No. 230.
"NOTIOE.-Tho Cuptiu or
gents of the bark llciiuiinn
111 not bo icsnoiiHlblu for
any delits contracted bv any
of the oltlceiH or ciow of said vosbcl.
U01 lw l A. SwiAurui vv Co,, Agcnt'ir