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TUESDAY, FEB. 13, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & Levey will Sell t. their
Snle'sHoom-, tit 1 1 o'clokc Apples mul
KxeelsiorLort-rc, l.O.O.F. 7:bU
Bible, Class at Lyceum l 7:Uu.
The weather which had been one
continuous , drizzled for. lover 48
honrsbegtin"to clear' 'up about 10
o'clock the previous evening and
when the sun rose on Mondaj morn
ingit gayc icyery promiso.of being a
line day. A'ltytt this time a Koyal
salute was flreds Though the akics
were clear,' the streets were not and
dining the, past twelvemonths we do
notTcmcmber'to.havc seen thcmVso
muddy as they. were yesterday; In.
consequence of the" wet' weather
which showed, ,-hat the roof leaked
ifowas resolved the night before 'to
have the aniphi-thcatrc covered over
with corrugated galvanized iron so
that no fear of getting w,ct could
come. to those' who were inside.
King Btreet froni Nuunnif to l'linch
l)Dwl:wa3 strewed with rushes for
to pass'over. r Precisely at (HIM) a.
m. sections of it began to arrive and
by 10:30 it was in motion. The
Grand' MarsKal.-thc'lIbn.J. A. Cum
mins, assisted by about-half a' dozen
aides', galloped' about and 'ultimately
got it into something like the order
laid down, but still the order jrts (
olllcially, announced was not carried
out. Amongst the school children
were quite a liumuer, of little toddl-'
ers, npparciitly'from 4 to 6 years of
age. 'The different friendly societies'
too showed, a" very poor muster, and
wc.co'uUTlibf 'recognize some of the
societies that were down, on the pro
gramme, Tlic Poola Association and
t'ieir wives, and the Mormons and
their wivc, 'formed the bulk.of the
rnliilt portion of the parade. The
finest show, Jhowcver, was made by
band of 24polic('inen:undcr the com
mand of Captain W. II. Tell, who
looked well. i and marched in good
soldier-like style; The Royal Band
and he Reformatory School Band
enlivened the tedium of the'tramp
iii'g through the muddy rushes by
playing some very sweet marching
tunes. Thirty-three policemen, were ,
distributed along the line of march
to keep the way clear. The firemen
turned out a kittle over 100 strong,
of whom 40 belonged to the "China
THK I'AlACK OATK,
in the meantime, way thrown open
mul guarded by a soldier, who re
quired those entering to produce
their tickets. The whole street was
thronged with spectators but very
few went in. Itwns reckoned that
about 00 were, seated in the amplii
theatrc before the, procession enter
ed. , After thclast,of the procession
had passed .through- the gates the
Grand Marshal gave orders to allow
the general public to come in.
"Which is calculated to hold 4000
persons was Httlcrovcr half full when
the lasUof the procession laid been
seated, and the balance was filled
by the public -at huge. On the other
side of the Pavilion '
',, TJJB VJiUAW VpitANUAH
Was' arranged' for 'the Government
oillcials and the iforcigu reprcscnta
tives; 'The formpr occupying 'tiid
proper right- and tho, latter the proper
left. All the consular qorps 'Merc
present except two. 'Die olllcers of
the' American English and French
men of war were also plneed on this
side, Iudcedwithout them' it would
have looked somewhat bare. In the
upper verandah was quite a )evy of
fair Indies gazing with interest on the
scene below. ,Tko arches of the
front of tUe.TaJace were draped, with
red cloth and fringe and ropes of
ferns, and flowers were- festooned
with its blue roof and eight slender
pillars and its small shields with
coats of arms, looked extremely
well, and reflects credit on
the designers and decorators. On
its floor were placed the scats des
tined for the Uoynl family, and the
table on which the Constitution was
signed, At about a ,littlc after 11
o'clock-the glass floors 'of the palace
opened and tv detachment of about
borne by men nttiicdjn tho usual
gorgeous attlrcof u kahili bearer ap
peared, and were assigned stations
on each side 'of tho passage. These,
kahilis were of various colored
feathers, the majority being black
with a metallic lustre. Two of thcnn
had globular or crown-shaped; tad-,
ditional erections above the usual
ending of these, exaggerated fly
flappers or feather brushes. Aftct
waiting, for over, half an horn the
was heard, and the heraldic trumpct
.crs appeared blowing1 their clear
notes. After then came the Royal
Procession, preceded by tike Hon, J.
M. Kapena, then Marshal Parke,
Rev. A. Mackintosh', lion. Godfrey
Rhodes, His Ex. A. F. Judd,
then the different1 members of the"
Royal Family, and lastly Their Ma-'
jesties Kai.akaua and Kai,ioi.ani1
then the different officials, servitors,'
etc., and as they appeared tho Band i
struck up Hawaii Ponoi. After
they had taken the several station's,
' the citont,
under the dtrection of Mr. Wray
Taylor, "who also, accompanied .theih
on a small organ, sang a chant in'
Hawaiian. Then the Hon. J. M.
Kapena announced the King's Acces-
sion and.right to the Throne. After
which the pululou and' other indica-,
tions of ancient chieftaincy were I
presented to His Majesty the King.
Then followed the reading bf
the Constitution and the ad
ministering of the oath by the Chan
cellor of the Kingdom. Then the
King signed it. After this eariic
by the Chancellor, of His Majesty,
with a sword, sceptre, cloak and
was, brought forward by the Chan
cellor, and His Majesty reached for
ward and fii inly grasping it in both
hands set it upon his head. Thenlie
turned and invested the Queen wthi
her Crown. .After' this a prayer was
read by the Chaplain.
-THE SALVOS ,
of artillery were 'heard at this mo
ment and mingling with them the
sound of the choir singing an an
them, specially composed , by Mr.
Wray Taylor f( r the occasion.
The ceremony was over at last.
The King was Crowned. Diplomats,
Consuls, officials, moved, forward to
offer their congratulations, and the
cuthusiasnii 'Nothing save silence,
"Thcmortal's't'ruth tells simpler so,"
the, Minstrels .,
On Saturday niglit gave a splendid
concert excelliiig tlicir previous
effort greatly. Tho niulicnco was
fairly numerous, representing about'
$250' worth of tickets, and this, in
tho face of the exceedingly heavy
lain which had 'fallen all day ! and
throughout tho evening without in
termission. The first part consisted
of tho usual assortment of sentimen
tal and comic .sojifrs. interspersed
with jokes. These wore' licard to
greater, advantage ;than .previously,-,
as tho circle was arranged to bring
the ingcr much nearer to tlic frpnt
so 'tliat tlicir 'voie'es1 Vero heard4 in
their full Mtrengtli. In this part those
that we're, hiost- appreciated were
" Dreaming of mother, " " Sally,
come down the middle," .'Wait till
thccloudd roiny,""'and "Oh! dat
watcrinclon.'.t 'TheT'lKsLTIwoj wSrc
riic ,mwixa mirconsjslf a
tan ft'' of " 'jyiulfiitiUc j eatyitory ,
and dramatic performances. Of
these tho chair not by M. Kcumi
was specially notcnorlhy. lie seized
a common wooden chair by his
teeth, and, without assistance from
his hands, swung it into the air, then
several times round his head and
finally lying down -full -length-and'
rising again without touching cither
the stage or the chair with his hands'
,Thc .Quintette's siuging-of, a Hawaii
air melody Vns much 'appreciated, as
also the dancing of Gusman. The
song, "You've got to put on airs,"
"was well sung bv Mn Fislicv. It -was-
the best of the evening. The bur
act by the Kcumi brothers JBcrvcd to
introduce more' gymnastic exercises
on the horizontal h-ir. These were
good, but the effect was marred by
tu6!auiicfi:df thd'olown, wlto Mio'illd
have been warned to be more dis
,crcct in his actious. The .Skiduioic
IGuarcls took wcllbi.it'thcsjugingof
the solo was inaudible. Then fol
locivuWrfpe'ctabular I 'tnccefyb ! of
Avbich the tableau in the, last, was
pronounced lo,be the finest effect of,
thc'cVcnihg. ' ' E r " "
The audience, thoroughly enjoyed,
incmscLves, auu nope 10 uo so agaiji
at another performance.
, i-:i! ru-,4; s?f!jol
LOCAL. & QENEEAL ITEMS.
Tin; mantle used in Hie' Corona
tion yesterday, was the celebrated"
yellow feather, cloak !-,,1! "f)
To-3i'6unow is A alculinc's day.
Ah! lovely recollections. Go and
refresh them at Oat's or friiru'm's "
TiiosE 5ho thought (iip,Coronation,
would be simply attended by Hawaii'
ans must have been disappointed for
1 '.'"' tf i
very few oven of tlieso
The, Queen's dress yesterday, was
remarkable for its' beauty' and the1
eicgancc ox us emoiouiciy. xi was
doiiCiin.London., -. tr . " ,-. ;
,Bv iic mail pen Zcalandi.ii
learn- that Hcrr von'-'Flotqw,
famous composer, died about Jan.
25th, aged 71'.' His best known-
work was, the bpcnijOfi Martha.
M. Bouliech, the gentleman who
is' to succeed the C.omnicdc Louvicres)
as Chancellor of the trench Lega
tion here, yas expected by , this
steamer. He will come, we hear,
by the next.
As prophesied those who stayed
away were more numerous ami in
fluential than those who went. Of
course wc cxccpt from this those
whose Qfliciril ,rank or 'status re
quired tliem to be present?.
- '; T, 't
Tin: general feeling of the spec
tators was, simply curiosity. Jfo en
thusiasm or rejoicing simple curi
osity, -They wanted to sec what
they could but otherwise thcj"hadn't
Duiuxfi tlic ceremony ycslcrdny
short feather capes, in imitation of
tlic ancient chicfs;;werewbrn; These
arc called, wc lielieve, Mhttula. The
Grand .Marshal wore que and Mar
shal l'lirkc anothcr','ii'hile tlic' bfliciall
who ( wove thq llpyal insignia ,also,
wprc them. , - .
i t . ii. ii
Ykstkudav, .wliijo a -detacluncnt
of 4K ffit? 8-,Vf 8lP?'ttjP ?!Ph'-
nf lrilirr4nl1ii-Knr.t. ti'irhntd r,4linii cfrtno J
&c, rcmiii'dcfl'so'rheoho'of'the Sat
urday night's performance of tlic
Minstrels, and ''Skidihoro Guards''
was immediately heard' passing'from
mouth to mouth. When tho police
came marching along1 "Muldoort1
was the cry. Sec how those names
Viiks the general.. invitation to
tlic 'public was .given to cduie inside'
tlic, l'aluce Crouiids. ;iud into, tho
amphi'tlicatrc lliovo was- a rusli.
Afto'r the scais -wprc getting well
filled no more were admitted with
out cards. Some, of those Hawaii
answlio laid not yet got in' saw 'this
and commented oi Jt. n,id one
" come on' let us go in?'- '-'ho" said
nnollicr " no card." ''Well" says
the nrst",,VliiBrc'dbyou',lAi5?iVfieih. ?
I suppose you pay $u or 810 -for'
them.',' They ' evidently)' looked '6lij
(Ueproct'caiugttjiioi.'.V ''' ,
DILLINGHAM fc CO.'S ,
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
i.i 1 1
Just received ex " Australia " mul
Sun Frnnclnco,- , ,,, Tr i t t ,-i
, v...V : . i t.i.i,!li.-l V.liAil
Cnningu Liuuns a lm-jjo vuricly of.llie
"Wire Gmi.P, Door Mills, CuttingiNippcrs, ' '' ' -i
- -- '-- '- - Trou'ls, 8uws, Sheaves ami fehc'ais.,
c Roy a;l; Cement , -for mending crp(3kei:yt
Ship Aiigcrs, iliits, Door Bolts, Spur Plane,
' I ' huhoy pfiincJ.,- WoVk'si lliiles) '
' Plows. Wliin Lasliefe
oJVi .Bdirmra .anbRiofii ,Boiepi ;
1 : !: r ii i
Reciprocity Relations! Rather Revivifying'
I III !(' lliitvcenMicinwailiUi Wand's mul the United States, .niiil 'r "' ' ' '
between the Hawaiiiin Island's niid
Real Estate Broker, Enipbynienti Agent arid General'1 "!
,'''' Business Agent,' : ' i.. iw
Tefllcc,r.7 'Merchant street, --.. lIawaiiah'Gnzcttd!Blot:k'. '
TJie only recognized Real Estate lii-okcr in tlic Kltigdbiii. " ' ! "' " '
Lniid mill property for sale in nil pnrts'of
iioustcs jo.icafc ajul rent iii.llonoiuiu and Hiiuur,. ,
RtfohiS to'rc'iitj'cn suttp.o'r'slnglp, throujjliout Honolulu.
AUCTIOft SALES ,BYt LYONS &,LEyEY.
Tliis JD.ny, Tucsdity,
.FcbruaiT 13th, atllin.tin., at Sales
Room, Beaver Block, Queoibh;c?.t,-,jwe;
will .AiisaWifiS'--- 1
-J-. - ' I- M , ' '
Ex steamer, Suez,
250 Bags. Potatoes,
100 Boxes; Potatoes, ,,
., 'Lyons, &, iiiEVEY,-Auctioneers.
VALENTINES ! ;rv
VALENTINES ! ,
Comic and Sentimental,
Funny and Otherwise.
AT i . , ,,
J M. Oat. Jr. & Go's
A Fine AHNortment
Thrumfs. Fort Street Store.
","';, , ;g83-5t' ' !;:,;,-" '
ANYONE littvluK.ft.popy of J. W.
KniiwnlilV-"PoVrfiM)ook" to dis
pose of, will find u purchaser by sending
woAl.'tol it '( , I I J t Vkf
J. W-i Bobkhtsox & Co.
THE luidfcrsiglidd'liavo'tlils day1 form,
ed n co.piirtnc'rshlnfor tho purpose
ofconducthi(,at Honolulu, tho business
of AuetloneerHinnd Coiiinlssin'nJSIer
chiints, under the llrin jinmc of Lyons &
Leyey.fr, (j ;, -.,'.. ," ', j-t
Honolulu, Feb,, 1, 1888. ;8 !)t
.1. LYONS, J.. J, I.KVKV.
LYONS & LEVEY,- T,-
-'' Auctioneers onJ General
,. " '"'Commlssloir Mcrchanls,
Ucavef piofik, Queen st,, , . 'Honolulu.
Sales of, Furnlturo, Stock, Real. Estate
tl.wl llmmml .Ifnivili ml I a n .1 ...
.11. If VJL.MWlll'.Ul.l-llvJllllUI9U. IJiVIIJJJl.y III-
8ofo 'A gents' for1 Anierican- and E.hp.
pcutf incrchnmlhc. ' 318
vrO BENT, on, .Kuiaokallna,
Plains, coner of 'Kiiiau and
.fsHVTilVST: IffJlia, ViiJJli:! Ill
ft i" JJoysaeolsjieiils, diiujABUE
luiiAiiu. coniiiuiing rarior, iJiniui;
ltoi)iij,!;irjtdroomsY Bnth.fdpin fitli) a.ll
niodern i;onvcnlciccHj largo Pantry an'd
KU0I19UH with latticed verand roijin,
attached ; uls().Stnti)o, willi two stalls, haji
anjl icarriugi) j-ooihn; lim 3 (ro'o'ius, lo'r
fcrvmits,. For further nartlculamjipply
tof.TwJlaJl., UA ' ' P,30J1.
BT1UNGHBS will'liml K "
at 118 Nuiianu Avenue,, Itomns furnish.
cdViiigloipriVmU'ittt nHMleratejvUiirses. .
" Ella " from Now York and
bot Aineiicitn'makc.' ' ' ! '
Hdnoliilii and the various' Islands.
10r UAM.VOK TO, UOODS J)-
Oceanic S'.'S. Csiin'eT'0""
. J' ' ' ' " ' IlllHl,!
must file such claims rprcvlous to the
pnilirig'of the vessels from1 thfs 'ijortc-'f"
they, will bo dpbnrrcd.lM -r jrl niiK
JVM. G. IRWIN. &. Co., .. .
322. "it A'gcntsOcfe'niilL'S.'S.'Lliic.1"
yrtmted, , . .
Aik Ovei.eer: " -f-iMi....!-
Iforii Shcci:SUtiononHawHii.,ii, iit!
A, Ilook-keepcr, , .,. jt:,n,
for a.lantition onJCquai. ,
A Kiglii Wntciuitnii'J ' " rj:''-"1'
fora Phintdtlon on'Knuiii. .)ttr. itrt i
i iApply:tp!,,,,t . ii
l'ty..l.jj'" - 'I .7:1 ,.(
,atlAJXLpUU S5 L'O.
FIRE WORKS !
Arlarj-Q and.siilcndiilasortinciilof Fire-
Work's eimb'chad at,
CEO. F. WELLS'?
Music StoreconsistingiOf! ,, .,-.;
l'nlms, Buns, Fans, . . , .
Batteries, Wheels, China Flyers; '"'"f
Colored Fare's, Bcngiilas ,
Bockcts, Romiiii Candles.
' &c:, &c.,&c. :' ;
lOSan'd 1071' '.''. Fort 'street;-'
314 ' 'iv -.-i
Q :3t.CAUTEU & B:F.r.ai!AltAH
luj..jiiiye this day .formed, u, .Coiart., ,
ncrhip iniddr the, .firm imin'orB,'.?!!, '
CAUTEH&X'o. ' " ';''
(Signed,) s.-ftaAllA4r.-. ,c
Honolulu, Feb.lBt, 1888, .
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S. M. CARTER & CO.
BECf tri.'notHy t'lifcir'frleiids'ahd'lho
1 gehcrnl ipnlilic of Honolulu. 'tliat'"
tlioyhavenl m1 ,i , j.( ,,,,
1 COMMENCED BUBINESS- :
Retail Dealers in Wood
Coal and Feed. -' ( '
They wlli also parry 9; tjici .,')',; ,.', ',',''.
General Drayage Business if
, as' heretofore! ' " '"'i:''
I - ' ,! fi .., ,i.
Orders respectfully, sollcllv'd,, , , .
Place of Busiiicss 83 Klhg'strcet. ' "'
TKUMS HTllicTI,Y t'ASII., 810
TelophonaEN'o.BO.'). Onlcrsiwill be ro. 1
ouivedonnnd aftortho(Jth3nst.'iiii.i i
H : --rr-, H-iJ
, A Hn ver, Olinnce ' -iiw
H)l,HUlialiUi yeiiL open
tlliigy, nearly jiew,' cost
sulj ,or flOP.
' A.sliiftlyss tpji .buggy.'no'nivnew, t-'iiH,, .
liargain for any one needing a vehicle.'"1 '
Address pr apply, to , ,
,'il:( lw . . ..QcncralUusincss Ag'ciif,'-'
Illll-tlPrid lir.iii'lv nniW
Also.1i Ca'rriiigo'irorF6,''a good'roiidslt'V
and a lirstiluss wuldlt hnrsc) Wni for. ''.
forly owned by Dr. Cummins. For fill
ther nartteulaiB apply to, , .."l'
.,,. ,. ,OWEST8,(. ,v'
3l.7,Jw Uiirrlago Fetory, Quecfttji
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SCALES!" 1 "-l
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