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JTOAY, FEB. T, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
.Hmul nt Hawaiian Hotel, 730.
Harmony Lodge I.O.O.F. 7 :30.
Hawaiian Lodnc, No. 2, 7:30
The Athletic association
Held its first annual meeting in Us
own hall on Friday evening. There
were about' thirty members present.
The various ofllccrs' reports were
read, from which wo gather that
SUloO hail been paid for the build
ing and freehold site, and that the
Association was still about 400 hi,
debt. Votes of thanks weic passed
to the rctiiing ofHccrs, nml the elec
tion of ofllccrs was proceeded with,
with the following result: S. B. Dole
President ; Mrs. K. P. Adams and F.
AYunnnbcrg, Vice - Presidents ; C.
Holte, Treasurer ; J. S. Wobb, Sec
retary ; Mrs. -II. A. P. Carter, Miss
11. Peircc, Miss C. Coney, Major A.
ltosa, II. Whitney, J. F. Brown, F.
Macfarlanc, A. Ilerzog, and C. Mac
farlanc. Directors. By a two-thirds
majority it was then agreed that the
dues should be $1 per month for all
members. .The President declared
that the hall was ready for use, on
application at a few day's notice,
and the meeting adjourned.
POLICE OOUKT FEBRUARY, 2.
Uia, drunk, forfeited bail $G;
Kelly and Knwehi, drunk, fined $5
and $1 costs each; K-uuakea, assault
and battery, forfeited bail &10; Ki
nolaa (k) Puu (w), adultery, the
first was fined $30 and $1 costs the
second fcl& and $1 costs; Ah Fat,
remanded from 2G Jan, fined $30
and 1.70 costs with imprisonment at
hard labour for 10 days; Mukini and
Palakiko, larceny of two fowls, re
manded to the 3rd; Aliyee, reman
ded from 1st rc-rnmanded to 3rd.
The Kilauea Hon brought 00 bags
corn 50 bkgs sugar 10G8 bags sugar
and 13 barrels of mollasscs.
The Mokolii brought 850 bags
The, J C Ford arrived on Saturday
17 days from San Fraociseo.
The Likclikc brought -11 09 bags of
The tern J. C. Ford brought some
fine horses and cows for Miles Bros.
The Ullock arrived ou Saturday
13G days from Liverpool. Captain
reports speaking the whaler Seafox
in the Straits of Lcuiairc and.thc Bri
tish bark Bothnia off the Cape bound
from Glasgow to Bolivia.
1 It appears that the Suez was seen
nn the 19th and not on the 15th by
Is 1300 tons burthen, and carriesG
guns and 150 men. The following is
her list of ofllccrs :
M. Clintcuum'niois, Captain Commander
M. Lccilvc, First Lieutenant
31. Dunlel, Aubry anil Rusncl, Lieuts
M. OIllviiT, PayniastcriiiidCommisalrc
M. .Ionian, Physician of tlio 1st class,
M. Ainlmul, A-hlslimt-l'liysicinu
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Kain again on .Saturday. Streets
not scraped yet.
The Privyi Council met on Satur
day and had a long sitting.
J. V. Wangcnhcim, who was com
liiiltcdito the Insane -Asylum two or
three weeks ago, died in ' that Insti
tution yesterday, and will be buried
to-day."' - '
Mr. J. Haley won the pigeon
shooting match on Friday afternoon
easily. IIo now holds the champion
ship of Hawaii.
Mn. Mollis docs not sell iircwoiks
for the Coionation, as insinuated by
n contemporary, hut plenty can bo
found at 'Well' Music Store.
A pair of bine spectacles wove
picked up on Niumnu street on Fri
day hist. The owner can have them
by calling nt the Bumktin Oflicc.
. ,, , ,
Wk heard on Saturday, of a China
man having been found on the
tipper verandah of a two story house
on,, Nuuanu Avenue. Ho quickly
escaped, jjowu ono.of the pHIius,.-
Tni; Premier's health is still fee
ble. It is said the accumulation of
troubles over the cares of the Coro
nation lias n great deal to do with it.
Anr.it the match on Friday after
noon two sweepstakes wcro arranged.
Both were carried off by Mr. C.
Wilson, with G birds out of 7.
Quite a partj' were out there.
Tin: advertisement of the Corona?
tion procession no longer appears in
the columns of our daily contem
porary. Is there then to be no pro
cession at all at all?
Titnui: is rcal need for a Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals here. Would any one de
sire to know why jet him, think of
the pigeon matches.
S.mnuuY last was the anniversary
day of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment. The usual parade was, we
understand, postponed until Coiona
tion day, February 12th.
Quito a number of members at
tended the piaclicc of the Musical
Society on Fiiday evening. Next,
Friday evening will be the annual
meeting and the, election of ofllccrs.
Wk have, received a copy-of this
month's Anglican Chronicle. It
improves considerably on acquaint-;
anee, and is, wd think, giving evi
dence of its desire to be truly Cath
olic, i.e., universal
Wk have received from Messrs.
Macfarlanc & Co.' n very neat.calen
dar, presented by Boss "; Co., 'of
Belfast Ginger Ale notoriety. It
combines advertising ,and illustra
tion in n very happy way. " r
It has been suggested that a list
of the respectable Citizens who are
going to sttty cucat from the Coro
nation, would be far larger and'more
interesting than one of those that
will be present.
Missus McChcsncy and Sons anil
the general public, arc both hereby
notified that some of the very finest
and cheapest provisions in Honolulu,
can be found at their establishment
Tiir.ui: arc two' lodges in this town,
one of which, hy' unanimous vote,
without debate, declined to attend
in the Coronation procession. Now
the other notifies to the members of
that lodge by public advertisement
that they may join them in the pro
cession. Isn't this too ridiculous?
A' Ninv arrangement has been en
tered into by one of our largest
wholesale houses, hy which on Satur
days, ono half their cleiks go off
duty ats12 noon and the others keep
on uulil -J. Each half goes off on
alternate Saturdays. It would be
good if this, plan were generally
agreed to we think. '
eSr-lCOJ yards of Quecho'o all wool
flannel, from 25cts. up, at Chan, J.
Fisliel's Leading Millncry House.
i ' r-r- -
JllSrT-liiu Sateens all colors, at
Chas.i.I. Fiohol's Leading Millinery
S. M. CARTER & CO. ,
BEG to nttify their friend and the
general public of Honolulu, that
Retail Dealers in Wood,
Coal and Feed. -.
They will also enny on tho
General Drayage Business
Orders respectfully solicited.
Place of Business 82 King street.
TK1IJIS hTWCTI.V caku. 310
Tclephono No. 80.1. Orders will ho le.
celveiloirnnd after tlm Dili just.
Who wish to indulge In " A sweet wlillf
of tho Iialiny weed Nicotian," will
dp well to cull at the
whcio they will ti nil tho
Choicest Smoking and Chewing '
Tobaccos, Cigars, &c.
Commkhciai. J-Havana Cigaiib
Onmio .,.,. . .'
Vanity Fnr Cigarettes,
t5?"Conic and be'wc.cbineil by '
H. J, N0LTE.
Our readers' special attention la
called to the notice regarding the
Martha Davics' time of sailing (June
15th) from Boston, which appears
in another coluhui. All error crept"
in in tho advertisement of a contem
porary, so that shippers would ilo
well to send forward their orders
and commissions nt once.
i B. Gents' Slllc Sii'pemlcr.s (some
thing new) will bo sold during the Holl.,
day's t the Honolulu Clothing Euipnii.
nn of A. M. Mnu.m, 101 Foil Stiecl. JJil
Q57"White oDoii front shuts, at
Clins. J. Fisliel's Leading Millinury"
t3T The largest suleclinn of Ladles'
Flrhrci and Collmcttcs of the lute t
Pattcius aic to lie had nt the Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. M. Mm.t.is,
101 Foil St l eel 271
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In Guatemala, it is reported that
one of the ancient gold mines which
produced fabulous wealth for sonic
time after the Spanish' conquest and
was subsequently lost, has been dis
covered anew.- Traces of the old
woiks arc found and the quartz
which I1113 been taken out is extra
ordinarily lich. Some prospectors
from California have located seven
lodes in the neighborhood and arc
full of enthusiasm over tltc outlook.
HXltMONY LODGE No. n I.O.O.F.
lining nrcciiteil the invitation to
be present at the Coronation, till broth
ers of Excelsior Lodge and visiting bio.,
tbeis nie tordially Invited tq bupri'uiit
nt the i.odgu ltoo'm, nt 10 a. in., on Feb.
12th, a'8a. Itegnlia. '
:I10 lw M. 1). MONSAKKAT, N.G.
A COMPETENT DRUG CLEUK or
active business' young man. Ap
ply immediately to J. A. Pai.mkk &Co.,
lia Fort ctrect. 07
ANYONE lnivfng'a copy of J. W.
Kamvahl's "Form Book" to dis
pose of, will lliul n purchaser by sending
803 tf J. W. HoHKitTeox & Co.
A llsirc Chance
To invest in a Buggy. A
snlcndid sinclo seat oncn
-Burmy, neailv new. co-t
5-275: sell for $100.
A shiftless top buggy, nearly new, cost
.$825; sell for $175. Either is n good
bargain for any one needing a vehicle.
Aililrcss or imply to
E. WISEMAN. -
General Business Agent;
; Ceiling1 Decoration
) '.; t
i 'OF THKLUADING
United States Factories:
I T.vrn"i?'Do . nnnvu
Xotlce. . .
TESSRS. W. W. IIALL'vt C. UOLTE
lfX have been appointed is--igiiees'of
tho IMate of I'lill.'rjtoin.
All persona having claims nguinst this
Estate will lilcaso ipre-jent them, and nil
pciaons jui)elilcd jo this 'Estate wjlL
pleuse settle accounts bv pavment to
At II. Hiiekfed & CVs.
Ilbnolulu, .Tan. 25th, 183i). !J07 Stv
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE U hereby gl von that tho firnn
of Broglle, Spear k Co. Is this ilnv
dissolved by mutual consent. A. YV
llli'hai'ilson retiring. '' - j -- j. -AllcbUips
twill bepiihi byiC.JJroglic
and J. A. Spear, ami all debts will be
collected by them.
The business will continue under the
lb in mime of Broglle & Spear.
C'n as. Unooi.u:.
Joiijc A. Hi'u.vit.
A. IV. Riciiaiidsox.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 188a. !'(! lm
rpiIE undersigned linve this diy pur
X nhiised the Interests of A. w. Bush
nnilW. B. Luce in tho Union Feed Coin
p.uiv. and rcipicsl that nil claiiuhagnliibt
tho 'Union Feed Conipsuy to date bo pie.
II. 11. MACFARLANE,
II. M. BENSON.
Honolulu, Jim, 24th, 188:1. Ojil lw
W'E beg to notify tho Honolulu pub
lic ami those residents on the
other Llauds that we will coutinuo the
business of tho
Union Feed Company
nt the old Maud, mid trust by n strict at.
tenlioii to thu wants of. oiir customers to
mciit a fair nharo of patronage. It will
he our aim to keep on hand at nil times
n bill Hock of nil kinds of feed. .
II. 11. MAOFARLANE.
II. M. BENSON. "
U1U lw BRUCE OAimYlUGHT.
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Just leech cd c " Australia " nail " El!aJI f lorn Now York nod
W iV,. ;,Sanianci?cp,r,mJ '
Hft$g Something New in Lmftp Goods 1$
CtiiilngoiLamps. a large vaiiclj'of'lhu bc-l Amoriciift make.
Wlie Oau'c, Uoor JIatsf, Cutting Nipper,",
i'1 WoWcli, SiIwh, Sheaves and 8hcr.
Royal Coment, for mending crockery.
Ship Auger, Ultt, Door llolt-j, Spur IJlinic1?,
Bailey's Planes, Look", Utiles.
;Jj1oams,- "Whip .Lashes; ,! MSCALES
ifU I .
iiii'cl Novelties !
Recii)rocity. Relatious Ratheii Reiyifying
Iklwecn tlie Hawa'iiiin Inlands nntl the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands nml ,
.T. DE. "WIDBdCV.TV, -
Eeal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Oflicc, 27 Merchant stieet, -.. Hawaiian G.retle Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Bioker in the Kingdom.,
Land and property for sale in nil parts of Honolulu nnd thciarious Islands.
Iloucs'to leaso and lent in Honolulu nml suburbs. ,
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout IIoiiolulu. , ,
AT JOHN NOTTS,
No. 8 Knnhuinanu street.
A large and splendid assortment of Fire
AVorks can be had at
GEO. F. WELLS'
Music Store, consisting of
Palpi s, Sims, Fans, - '
'BnUcries, AVheels, Cliina Flyers, '
Rockets, Roman Candles.
&c, &c., occ.
105 nnd107 '- Fort street.
"1 i 314 -
ii v - -
A. BEAUTIFUL LOT OF
Plushes, Silks, Safins, Surrahs,
Moires, .Lacos and Tilmmlngs
A. M. McUiN,
308 104 Fori Street.
rpiIE Ann of A-hlcy & Co. is this day
X dissolved by miitunl cou'-eul.
Honolulu, Jan. Ill, 1883. ' I
WG. ASHLEY & II. F. HEBUA'RD
have this day formed a Co
imilncrship under the lhm nnmo of Ash.
ley it Co. All clalnis will bo paid nnd
nil outstanding iicctHinlf.collocteiLliy the
jj) ; Sigueil
AY. G. ASHLEYtr
ii v nuiin.Mtn
Honolulu, Feb, 1, ,1883. 313 lw
AlHho AdjounicilAnuual Meeting of
tlio.Stockholdcrs nf the Ilnwallnn
Bell Tele'phono Company held on Jan.
27th, 1883, tho following ofllccrs were
elected for tho ensuing year:
If. A. AVidcruauu ,. Picsldent
.1, F, Blown Yiee.Piesident
C. O. Berger Secretary nnd Trca.
E. P. Adams '. Auditor
313 lw C. O. BERUER, Secy
NEITHER the Cantnln nor
Aleuts nf tho British shin
rA lieiiininii. i-!1l lin ii,(.iiAiict
" IiIa fnp iih- fli.lilu r,kiittiwf.wl
by tho crew wliiloi in this port. i
G. AY. MAOFARLANE & Co. t
313 ill Agents ship Aber.imnu.
THE British ship Abcramun,
v is iiqw icniiy to ulsciinrge
Cargo. Consignees T.'ill pleaso
-rcall at the ofllco of the under
signed, pav freight and receive onlers.
G. M', MAOFARLANE & Co
313 31 Agents ship Aburamiiu
MW GOODS !
i nBff inT
(Uunmnni, , ,
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AFEAV GENTLEMEN can be ncconi.
modatcdjyith Board at ii priwlo
Houic, in a rcspcctabjc'.ncigbborho'qil,
and within 5 minute's of the Post Office.
For particulars 'apply at the Bui.t'.etiN
Oflicc. 7 310 lm
Bj- the stmr City of New York;
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
Imlies' &, Gciitlemon'm
Embroidered and plain seats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding AVIiips and Harness,
Tho llnc&t ever imported into these lb.
Solid Leather, Portmanteaus,
' ' Carpet Bags, .Pouches, nnd
Russet Leather Saddle Bugs
J. II. LTOCITS,
1300 No. 88iKing street.
C. BREWER & Go.
Oiler to the public a line of
Imported from the East,
and manufactured by celebrated mnkers
expressly for'this market.
Very Stylish Cut-Under
Carryall, made by Messrs. Kimball &
Bro,, Boston. '
Very neat nnd stylish, from Kimball &
Bros, nnd AY. P Sargent & Co's.
1 Beach AYngon, Brownell's make.
All the above will be sold low.
Parties desiring to piucbnso -will do well'
to rail and examine our stock bcoie
I lm 0, BREWER & Co.
TO IlENT, on Kuhioknlnm
Plains, concr of Ktnau nml
MS Pensncola streets. onoLAlKlK
COTTAGE,, rontaining l'arlor, Dlninc
Room, 3 Bedrooms, Bnth-room with all
modern conveniences; largo Pautry anil
Kitchen, with latticed verand roopi
attached i also Htablo, with two stalls, iayv
and eaulago loomsj inula rooms' for
seivniiU. FOr further particulars apply
to AYM. AV. Hall, ' , 300
jJSfdk BTIUNGERS will' find a,
laeSEcoiiiroi table JIoiuo r.
at llU-NUunnu Avenue. Rooiub furnish.,
ed single or BUite, at moderate churgcu.
man mrb, jjr.AYlUTii
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