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SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Mr. E. P. Adnms vill Sell nt Sales
Room, nt 12 noon, Real Estate nt
Lyons & Levey vill Sell nt their
Sale's Room, nt l'i noon, Apples mul
Misxioimry Cilcnucis, Fort St.
Church, nt 2:00.
Unml nl Emiim .Sqtinrc, nt -1 :U0
Lottery of Jewclrv nt Lyons &
Levey's Auction Room, nt 7.
Gospel .Temperance Meeting nt
Amntcur Minstrels, nt Music Ilnll,
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, nt 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cur
znn, morning mul evening.
. Bible Class nt Fort St. Church
"St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. G.
Wallace, morning and evsning.
The lecture on, Tuesday night was
attended by nhout 50 persons, and
the receipts were $7. The Library
& Reading Room Association have
been striving (and successfully , too,
wc think,) to place before the Hono
lulu public a higher and better class
of entertainment than could be got
in a city of similar size in nny other
part of the world. .And, ,this is the
reward they meet with indifference.
It has always been the boast of Ho
nolulu that its, society was, propor
tionately to its size, more intellectu
al in its tabtcs and exercises thnn
any .similar class of society in other
countries. After the result of these
lectures wc confess ourselves unable
to saj' this any longer. If ice-cream
and cakes and coffee are promised
free of charge then apparently bur
young men and maidens will turn
out to listen to au intellectual treat,
but not otherwise, oh, no!
- It is to be hoped that a consider
able change wiU'be made before the
next (lecture, and that wc will find
then that the audience ill, be inside
instead of lounging round street
corners smoking cigarettes and com
plaining that there is no place to go
to in the town.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
By the Suez Messrs. Wilder &
Co. and E. E. Ferley, special Agent,
received the last annual statement
of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
New York, showing the immense as
sets of nearly ninety-eight millions
of dollars: a gain of over three and
a quarter millions dollars in the year
1882. Losses paid during the year
amounted to $12,818,83.") 21-100.
Nothing in' the history of insurance,
cither in Europe or America, can
compare with these astonishing re
sults ' of prudent and progressive
management. We congratulate this
great Company on its immense suc
cess, as well as its many policy
holders on these islands. It is the
largest, cheapest and best on the
Emma Square concert.
The "Band will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4:80 o'clock. The' fol
lowing is the programme :
Murch Delilir Miller
Overture The Vcstnlc Spontinl
Selection Day ,nnd Night. ..... Lecocn
Cavntln'n Fnrisiuii. .,". Doni.ctti
Quadrille University Snugs... .Kuhner
Schr'Malolb brought 1900 lings of
Sehr Knluuu brought 1100 bags of
The Murray made a very fast
round trip this time. She left hero
on the 27th December arrived in Snn
Erancisco and was there caulked pud
coppered in the dry dock leaving
nguiti on the 27th January and mak
ing n pnsuagc of 12 days down.
Schr. Luka brought 2,000
TUKSPAY, PKUIIUAItr Cfll.
1 CIIIMIS'AI. CAI.KXDKIt.
J. 1'. Swcnscu, remanded fioin
tliOjtir, ji6l. jn'ps, Chas." Tripp,
disturbing quiet of the night, lined
$5 mjd.ftl.SOstij,' W, fyoimc-Ucy,
drunk, lined S5 and SI costs. Larry
Dec and Forstcr Johnson, drunks,
forfeited bnil G ench.
Vi:i)NKSI)AY, KimitUAUV 7th.
P. Reed, drunk, fined 85 and SI
costs. Moehoaua, Kepano and Ka
ma!, drunks, forfeited bnil $G each.
Kanui, fin ions and heedless riding,
lined S lfi and S3 costs. Ilclchalm
(w), assault and battery, sentenced
to 7 days' hard labor and costs SI.
Wilder & Co. vs. Kninkainui, Kc
on! and l'ni, desci ling contract ser
vice, settled out of cpuit, costs $2
G. W. Raupp vs. T. B. Murray,
action of assumpsit for $11. !No
appearance for defendant. Judgment
for plaintiff S-ll nnd S3.-!.") costs.
D. W. I'nii vs. Jns. Kenu, action
of assumpsit for $1 13.20. No .ap
pearance for defendant. Judgment
for plaintiff $1-13.20,; attorney SI 1 ;
costs S3, lo.
Kamnuuwai vs. J Kcau, action of
assumpsit for $180. 2o. No appear
ance for defendant. Judgment for
plaintiff $180.25; attorney $,11.90;
F. W. Wallace vs. John Brown,
action of assumpsitforSlG. Defend
ant pays $14 into Court. Judgment
for plaintiff for $1-1, costs $3.55 ; of
which defendant is to pay $2, nnd
Tiiumsday, Feb 8th.
llookano drunk, forfeited bail $G.
J W Allen drunk, fined $5 and SI
cost. Kipi disturbing quiet of night
fined $7 and $3,20 cost. Kahili
violating rule 2-1 express regulation,
forfeited $10 bail. Puukai (w)
deserting husband, refused to return
sentenced to 1 months, hard labor
and S3 cost. '
K1IIIIAV KKIJ. 0
Fredk Whiting, larceny of a watch
the property of I'inchusn Wood,
valued lil, remanded till' 10th.
'Ah liny ( furious riding, fined
Ah Yan ( $10, and $1,15 oosts.
The .first; defendant, according, the,
evidence, tried to bribe thci policeman
who "arrested him by offering him
S3 to let him go.
Ana (w), assault and battery,
nol. pros. Kaonou, drnnik,. lined
$5 and $1 costs. Lupena, drunk;
forfeited bail SO.
iiooAL & General items. .
It is officially said that no invita
tions to the press for the Coronation
except the Titter.
Mr Mclncrny's Lottery will -be
drawn to Lyons & Levey's Auction
Room this evening at 7. o'clock.
'Vicki:ts for the Amateur Mins
trels, to take place at the Music
Hall to-night, can be had at J. W.
Robertson & Co.'s.
Havi: any of our readers a watch
to mend or jewellery to be repaired?
Or do they wish to buy cither? Then
try Kraft's, on Merchant street.
Ax old cftinoainti, who came here
the year before the King was 'born,
has not ycl received an invitation,
notwithstanding the general way in
which tlicy-havc been scattered.
Tin: Question of precedence still
agitates the breast of some, and the
old vexed question of a lady taking
her father's rank on her husband's,
has not been settled yet,
Yksteuiuy, at 1 i.m., ii trial was
made nt the Iron Works of a new
cable landing for Laupahochoe. Itr
is mnclo'to lift 10 tons and worked
splendidly. It will be sent up to-dny.
Evi'x in the "By Authority" col
umn the title of foreign representa
tives are not always correctly given
as witness some late notices. It
would bo thpught that such things
would have been belter nttonded to,
Bv request, Mr. .Crtizan will
preach a sermon Sunday morning to
young men. In tlio evening llev.
Mr. Edwards, ten years a mission
ary among the Choctaw Indians, will
deliver nu nddiess on missions, Mr.
Edwards is a direct descendant of
the Celebrated Jonathan Edwards,
and his nddtess at the Bethel last,
Wedncsijny eveningf was a deljght.to
all who heard it.
AUCTIOfX SALES fl)f 4l,Y10,NS,&Il,EiYEy.'
This "Day, Saturday,
Febiiinry 10lli,nt 13 noon, at Sales
Boom, Ile.iver Block, Queen btc?t, wo
100 Bago and Boxm .Potatojes, g j
100 Boxes' Apples " ",,,,, 1(j
All iugro,l order. ev "
Lvo-8 &'LkvbvAucI onccrb,
It is said that the dispensation to
be allowed to attend the Coronation
as a body in regalia, applied for to
the Grand Lodge by one of the
Masonic lodges here, has been re
Mmsiis. Irwin & Co. nsk lis to
draw our renders attention to a mis
print in yesterday's issue about the
date of sailing of tlio Suez. She
will not sail before the 15th and then
tolily if labour, can be got to get her
ready by that tunc.
Gicnt excitement in Dublin over
the revelations of informers. It is
believed the murderers of Lord
Fred 15. Cavendish arc discovered
devolution in Ecuador,
Missus. Lyons & Levey have
started in business, in this town as
auctioneers. Mr. Lcvc'yVnicrits as
an auctioneer arc already well
known to our readers, so that is
"gilding refined gold" to mention
them over again. Yet is as well that
our leaders should recollect that'
there arc now two films doing busi
ness in this line, and ,wc can, from
our own knowledge, certify to the
genial and gentlemanly way of doing
business, which is practised by the
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day, Saturday,
Fchiuary 10th, at 12 o'clock nroa, at
Sales Room, will be told,
The Premisesiin Waialua,0ahu
for the pn-t 10 ycir occupied by
the Wiiltduii Female Seminary,
Containing an area ot 25 55-100 acres,
with thc'lluiidings thereon.
Title perfect. For further information
apply to E. O. Hall,, or
, E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
, ,fora Sheep Slntionon Hawaii.
A Hook-keeper, '"
for a Plant uion on Kauai.
A Mjslst Watchman, ,
for a Plantation on Kauai.
' Apply to
320 n. HACKFELD & Co.
Honolulu Fire Department.
fTMIE several Companies of the Hono
JL InluFiio Department will assemble
in this Sininrc Oppo-ito the Engine House
of Mechanic ,Eugino Co. .No. 2, at half
past !) o'clock in tnc morning of the 12th
of Fein u.ii y.
Full Uniform without-nppiuntus.
CIIAS. T. OULICK,
Sec. II. F. D.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, ISSy. !121 2t
Knight or 1'ythiaM,
"IIE Officer.-, and Members of Oaliu
Louse. No. 1, K. of 1'., are leuitest-
cd to assemble at the ('.it lie Hall, on
Foit st, on MONDAY, the 12th iiist., at
10 o'clock" a.m., preparatory to joining in
the Coronation j)ioceion. Visiting
hiethicn cordin'ly invited to attend.
Per aider: Geo. Williams, P.C.,
U;0 K. otR. &S.
Aiicio'iit Order ol" Forrester,
Couit Luiialilo, No. 0000.
ALL members of Couit Lunalilo nnd
isiting brother.-) nie iciiicstcd to
he presnt nt the Knights' of Pythias
Ilnll, on Monday, the 12th of Febiuary,
at 0(a. in. sharp. Itegnlin. ...
By order of the 0. 11.
:J18 It H.F.SINGEU, Sce'y.
A. F. & A. M-, No. IS4. -
A SPECIAL MEETING of Lc Pro
gtes do I'Oceanlc A. F. & A. M.
No. 124, will ho held on Monday, Feh'y
12ih, at 10 o'clock a. in. for the purpose
of attending the Coionution. Visiting
llrctlucn in good standing nie cordially
invited to attend)
By order of the W. M.
318 01 F MARCOS, Secretary
I. O. O. F.
HAltMONY LODGE No. .'), I.O.O.F.
having accented tlio invitation to
lie piesent nl the Coronation, nil broth
crh of Ex'cclHior Lodgo and visiting liro
thcis aic coidinllj; invited to he present
at tliu Lodgo Room, nt 10 a. in., on Feb,
12th, 188U. Regalia.
aiO lw M. 1). MQNSABBAT, N.G.
' A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF
Plushes, Silks, Satins, Surrahs,
Moires, Lacos and Trimmings
Will bo opened thin day by
A. M. 31 ell I w,
U08 101 Fort Bliect,
rpiIE lindeihigued have )lii day foini.
.L ed a co.paitneitslilp for the puipo;e
of conducting, nt Honolulu, the bu-lnesi
of Auctioneers nnd Coixniission Mer
clmns, under tlio firm naine of Lyons &
(Signed) L j LBVEVt
Hoiiplulu, Fob, 1, P383. !U8!Jt
J. I.M1NH, I,. J. I.UVKV.
LYONS ii LEVEY,
.Auctioneers and Gcncial
lleavei- Ulpok, Qiieen hi i . , llonolubi.
Sale-rypFurniture,' bfoek.'Reiil E5lato
and Uruural tMrrcJinudbo jiroinptly. at
Solo Agents. for Aincrleiin'fn'ud Euro
iieuu werchttuuifcoj i n uhjI' ' 318
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
Just received ex " Australia " and " Ella " from New York and
Xfigffi Something New
Canhge Lampt i large variety of the 1 o t Anicilcna ninkc.
Who G.iuze, Door Mats, Cutting Nippers,
Trow els, Haws, Sheaves and Shcais.
Eoyal Cement, for mending crockery.
Ship Angers, Ulttp, Boor llolt, Spur Planes,
, . jlJiillcy'SpPlancs, LouUfc, Utiles.
PIoavs, Whip Lashes, ,,
" -i '( . ii-,'.
aiid Novelties ! f
: . 202 '
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
i t i"f li
llctwccu the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and'
' between the Hawaiian Islands and
.T. 3E- WISEMAN, ;.
Eeal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General ''
Business Agent, '",' "
Onice,27 Mci chant sticct, Hawaiian Gazette Blocli. ,-
Tlio only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and pioperty for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and lent in Honolulu and suburb".
Rooms to.rcnt, en suito.or single, throughout Honolulu. ' '
AT JOHN NOTT'S,
No. 8 Knalinmanu street.
A huge nnd splendid nssoilincnt of File
Works can he had at
GEO. F. WELLS'
Music Store, consisting of
Palms, Suns, Fans,
,Buttcries, Wlicels,Cliiiia, Flyers,
Colored Fires, Bcngnliis,
Rockets, Roman Candles.
itc, &c, &u.
10.1 and 107 . - - Fort street.
M. CARTER & S. F. 'GRAHAM
have tliis day formed a Co-unit-
nciship under the liim name of S. M.
CARTER & Co.
S. M. Caiituii.
S. F. GltAIIAM.
Honolulu, Fob. 1st, I88U.
S. M. CARTER & CO.
BEG to notify, thc-ir fi lends and the
general public of Honolulu, that
Retail Dealers in Wood,
Coal and Feed.
They wlllnlso carry onUho
General Drayage Business
Orders respectfully solicited.
Place of Bu-dnoHS S3 King street.
- TUtJIB hTUICTI.Y a8ir, 310
Telcphonu No. SQ.'i. Oidcrs will bo ic.
reived on and after the 0th ins,t.
A liare Oluuice
To invest in a Buggy. A
sniciiiiio singio seal open
Buggy, nearly new. cost
$275: (.ell for ?1D0.
A shiftless top buggy, ncai ly new, coat
!?3W; bell for $nn. ijlthcr s a good
bargain for'nny one'itbedlng a vehicle.
Ji E. WISEMAN,
fiU lw Ocncial Bnsliie.-s.Agciil,
Vov Sale, "
Abo, ii Carriage Hoive, a good roadster
and n llist'Clnsg Middlc'hoisc. "rii8 for.
foily ownri) by Drl Cunuiibij'.' For fin-'
therparticulara apply to' " '"'
" ;' , ,, ; o.; wests; " ;.'
317 ljv p. 'arrjugc Factory -QuconU
in Lamp Goods!
' i t
MUSIC HALL, '
February 10th 1883.
New Song?, New Solos, ,
New Duets, New Dances,
New Farces, New Jokes
Secure Yoru Tickets Early !
Tickets can now be bad at
T. W. Ilobcrlson & Co's
Without extra charge. 318
By the stmr City of New York,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
ladies' &, UentSciucn'N
'Embroidered and plain seats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding Whips and Harness,
The finest ever Imported into these Js. ,
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bugs, Pouches, nnd '' ''
Russet Leather Saddle Bags,
J. II. JL,YOII'S,
No. 88 King street.
Dissolution of Partnership.
TfOTICE is hereby given that the firm, ,
i-l Of liroifllc. Hmnr.b Hn I- 1.U .!'
dissolved by mutual consent
luciiiiinson rciir ncr.
All claims will ho paid by O. Erogllo ,
and J. A. Spear, and all' debts will bo,
collected by them. ,
The business will continue under iho
Aim unnie of Rrogllo & finenr.
Tr , , T . A."W. RIPHAIIPSON. i
Honolulu, Jan, 13, 1883. 200 lm
TO RENT, on JCulnokohue.
l'lllillS. COllCr of Klmm .nml
rB PejiailCOlllhlri'dlK. nnr, LAllfll'
COll'AGE, containing Parlor, Dining
Room, 3 Ucdiooms, Unth-room ith all i
modern, conveiiieucasj largo Pautry and
Kitchen, with lattigcd .vorand room i
attaelied ; also Stable, with two stalls, hay
and carriage looms; (ui(l,2 rnpnis for.r
servants. For further particulars annlvi
toWMiK'Haii. n rm !
STRANGERS 'will fl'nd'n .v
.Cuiufoi-iable Home--"' "'-
at 118 Nuunnu Avenuo. i Rooms furnlBli
edisingle or buite, ut iiioderato charge. -il. )
mm" i' . i-MRa.'j.fl'.wifxTjBn
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