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fli JOSEPH STUART Jsmithorlcd
1X (o feollcfct nil accounts due Tm
Daily llui,i,KTiN)yj)H nntl after this date,
who-c reccrptfor Hie snmcwlll bosuflW
Daily Bui.i.i-.tin Ofllcc,
Honolulu, Fcl). lOlli, 1883.
f ! lltilll lnllen,
SATURDAY, FBB. 24, 1883.
This Day's doings.
Mr. E. P. Admns will Sell, nt 10,
o'clock AOmitiistintor's Sole of i?ml-
dleiy, llnniesi, ftc. nt bhop on
Lyons & LcNev will isoll, nt 10
o'clock Dninnjied liny, cases Onrtic.
Lunu, at Pnlncc, nt 12, noon
Gospel Teuipcinncc Meeting nt
JJethelj nt 7 :30.
Bethel, llcv. Dr. Damon, nt 11
Fort St. Church) Bcv. J A. Cur
zin, morning nml evening.
Bible Class nt 'Fort St. Church
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. 0.
"Wallace, morning and evsning.
Who Next ?
Yesterday, according to custom,
Messrs. Knwninui Bios, hung up on
the outside of their Paa Aiita olllcc
n bulletin board containing the nejva
of the day. On this was a para
graph referring !to to-dny'ri lunu
which contained a statement of which
n tianslntion is something to the fol
lowing effect: "Those who have
not lcceived invitations ought to
stay awny, as if they go in they will
be kicked out." (Another person
told.us that "by the Chamberlain"
was added to this.) , At any late
the dliambcrlain wrote a note to the
Marshal who straightway went down
and seized the offensive board and
took it to his ofllce, lef using to de
liver it up when asked by its owncis:1
All this is contrary to sections 15 and
12 of the Constitution. Now people
aic asking who is safe?
Fort street church social. '
On Thursday evening, notwith
standing that the rain hnd been
pouring all dny nnd was still coming
down heavily at intervals, a large
muster of Indie and gentlemen
gathered in the-vestry of 'Fort' street
Church to do honor to tho birthday
of him who was " First in war, first
in peace, nnd first in the hearts of
his countrymen." The seats were
speedily filled, and those who came
late hnd to be content with standing
Owing to the indisposition of some
of those announced on the pro
gramme the Lady Picsident of the
evening, Mrs. E. O. Hall, announc
ed that some changes in the soloists
had been made. After hearing the
programme it was found tlint Mrs.,
AV. VT. Hall and Mrs. J. A. Ciuzan
had gcnciously stepped forward at
the last moment and sung the solos
announced in place of those who
were ill and excellent substitutes
they mndc. To some of the audience,
nt least, they wcic more enjoyable
than the original allotment.
The proceedings' opened with a
solo and'choriis. " Tho Red, White,
and Blue," the solo being excellent
ly rendered by Mrs. W. W. Hall.'
Second'on the list wns a Piano duct,
" Overture, to morning, noon, nnd
( night in Moscow," by Suppc, which
"Mcssis. J. F. 'Brown and C. Scar
borough t performed in true
niiisicianly style. Then followed tho
puce" dc resistance of the evening,
an address by the Pastor, the Rev.
J. A. Cruznn. This address was
conceived and delivered in excellent
spirit, nnd wns pleasing to every
body. It pointed out that English
men nnd Americans wcie brothers,
bound by every tic that blood, n
'common libcity, common language,
and common thoughts and feelings
could give them. The address was
r frequently jntcriuptctl by rounds of
hearty applause. Fourth on tho list
wns .a solo nud chorus, "Rattle
Hymn of the Republic," by Julia
"Waul Howe, of which the solo was
sung by Mis. "W. W. Ilall, and tho
audience joined; heartily in the
chorus', Next a solo, "LoTt'ly
Spring," by Cocnen, was sung by
Miss Snrn Kim;, Then, amidst nl
raost n bicnthlcss silence, n rending,
entitled " The Soldier's Reprieve,"
taken from tlic N. Y. Observer was
well delivered by Mrs. E. J, Adams.
The audience ncU had h' Viro treat
ih'hcnrihg " VlViTL'AmcHcn," well
mid stirringly sung by Mrs. Cruznn.
Tjiis was the gem of the evening.
After which came a recitation entitl
ed "The execution of Col. Isanc
llnyhc," Wpchted -with effect by
Mrs. ' W. Hopper. Mrs. ' Cruznn
again pleased,' by her rendition of
"The Star Spangled Banner." Mr.
Cruznn then mndc a few remarks on
a proposal to build a homo for dis
nblcd nnd worn out veterans in Napa
Valley, Cal. Ho rend some extracts
from n circular, and snid that Messrs.
S. Nott, F. L. Clnrke, nnd R. W.
Lainc would bo happy to receive
subscriptions for the nniouut named.
After this tho whole nudienco rose
while they sung, " My country 1 'tis
of tlicc." Refreshments were, hand
ed round nnd the usual soclnl cou
vcrsation indulged in till consider
ably nftcr hnl-pnst nine.
The decorations of tho room were
extremely pretty. The central place
being occupied by n picture of the
"father of his country," surrounded
by wreaths of flowers. On this walls
were gioups of palm leaves and Boii
gninvillcns. The arrangement of the
palm leaves was exceedingly happy,
lcmindiug one strongly of Japanese
decorations. Tho literary and deco
rative pottion of the cntcrtainmct
was under the charge of Mrs. E. O.
Hall, and the refreshments under
the charge 'of Mrs. y. W. Ilall ami
The Waimanalo brought 500 bags
sugar an da load of evergreen) for to
day's luau. ' .
The Halcakoln, brought 1700 bags
sugnr'and the Mnkcc 3362 bags.
The, Lackawanna will shortly
"sail for Samoa and tho Wnchusetts
for Cnllno. .. i w
The Nettie Merrill brought'woid
that the Pomarc parted her moorings
at Kahului at 3,30 V.in. on 'Sunday
Inst nnd went ashore. She wns par
tially loaded with sugar at the time.
At the latest rejrort she had C ft of
water'in the hold ,and was bieaking
local & general items.
Yr.STKitDAY insignia of the order
of the hula were distributed by one
signed himself not Hex.
Kukui Street is in very bad condi
tion, as is also Foit Street as its
Junction with the former. ' '
Tun captain of the Mnkcc.rcports
that Ivilaucu wharf was washed away
last Sunday morning. '
Tlioro will bo no musio to. day
(S.ituulay) at Euiina Squnrc, as tho
Baud will bo engaged At the Luau
at tho Palace.
Yjrinr is it that nothing hasdieon
done yet in the widening of Mer
chant sticet. Probably like many
other things it will be left until it gets
too costly, on account of 'the in
ci eased value of property.'
Two years ngo the necessary au
thority for tlio 'extension of Queen
street1 to Wnikiki was granted, so wc
hear, Still nothing has been lone,
although at the time all the land
needed was offered free of cost.
A new style of hydrant hns,nrnycd
for the )V"ater Woiks. It is ono of"
tlio Ludlow Valvo Co's. make, and
may bo sepn at the oflico at the foot
of Nuunmi Sticet. It wilt bo elec
ted and tried shortly.
Mu. Cruznn will take for his thcino
Sunday niorniiip fl The Lord's Sup
pcr, and wlio should .conio to It;"
in tlic evening, 'The Husband and
wife in tho Home," being thcbecond
in tlio series of seinions on "Thj
lIomc.'. i n '
Tiik Pall Mall Bmhjet of Jan.
12th wiitcs some wholesome truths
in a icvjcw of Miss C. F. Goidou
Cuiuniin's book entitled "Fire
fountains: the Kingdom of Ilnwaii,
its Volcanoes and Missions." It
would bo well for our rulers to study
them nnd retket.
(Tub tallies have been turned out
of the Capital Library nnd into ban
quet boards foi the " State Zuau,h
nnd kindred pieces of tom-foolcry
recently incident to the navigation
of the ship of Slate. Their removal
and'prolongdd detention is ft Boribus
iuconvcuicncc, especially to thamcrnv
bcra of the Bar, who hn c so frequent
occasion to use the Llbmry.
Mh. Furnenux, our well-known.
artist, lias been busy of Into in plnc
ing on ennvas the lecord of icccnt
events. He tins on exhibition, in the
window of Thrum's Foi t Street stoi cr
a picture of the Coronation showing
His Majesty in tho net of putting on
the crown. It gives a very true and
faithful icprescntntion of the event.
He nlodias just -finished a picture of
thoynchti racc'with the'w hilling boat,
irs ngo an African travel
id Venice, his native cify,
with nn .elephant, jllie gift was
accepted liy a grateful municipality,
and a stray coiner, Inijje enough to
contain him, found with difficulty,
Now, though the Indies of Venice'
fed 'their pet pachydeim plcn
y with fruits and cakes, and
youths of Venice have been generous
with their buns, nevcithelcsst that
African elephant has proved him
self, to l)cn vritahlulwhito elephant,
UUll UllUJ II IIMU 11UH5 III U1U milium
budget of the impoverished city. At
last the Town Council have calcula
ted that the keep of tho'bruTe is
equal to the salaries of half a dozen
tencheis, and as thcic is a luck of.
the latter, the elephant may now be
had for the asking.
NEVT TO K. r. MUMS.
3'id lin i
ACUPP, with Cornl iCuff Button in
sumo The finder will please re.
'turn Kline to DILLINGHAM & Co., and
ON Thnr-dny night, nt the S,ocial, nt
FmtSticct Chinch Veslrv, u SILK
UMBRELLA. Will the person who has
tiiken it by mistake, kindly ictuiii the
same to '
33J tf J. T. -WATERHOUSE, Jr.
HORSES & MULES
10 AltltlVKUY lJinilKTM: "UlbtOVEUY,'
4 Fine Driving & Saddle Horses
33 Fine Mules, 3 to 8 yrs. old.
I 63TThe stock w 111 bo kept nt !'
W. 11. Biinrraifs corr.ti.
I l if,., f i ' '
' (Apply to ARNOLD & SHERER, ,
or . HOKFELD & Co,
Honolulu, Fell, 24, 1883. 833 lw
' ' Voi; Sfnle, ,
The Lease ol the Store and Dwelling House
On Nuuauu btrcct.
Hcrctbforc ocetpl6d by'dnlng Fnn. ' XK
Lciibc cpircs on'Jnnutiry.lst, 1880.
rtcnt,$3(i0 per niuiuni. Apply to '
J. T. IIaoki'em) nnd M. Oukkn,
831, lw AsHigneps Estnto of Chung Fun.
17NGINEER and Practical Mechanic,
XLi now in chnigoof one of the hugcbt
Kutinr'niills of the Kingdom. deUres to
initko a chango with n vjow of flmlinV
pleasant suiiotiudiugs for wife ami
voting ton (now in tlio u, b.) ucsi oi
llonoliilii and other i cferrnces nnd tcs
timpnljile. Address "E(lIl;EIl,,, Dau.y
BUM.MIK Office. 828 2w
ARESPECTA1JLE .WOJIAN who
nndcrbtnnds clil(lcn, and a good
seamstress, for a private family.
Apply to J. E. W8EMAN,
General Uwdncss Agency,
331 lw 87 Merchant street.
ANYONE haying n copy of J. W
iKuuwnhl's "Form .Book" to ilis
poso of, will find n purchaser by bending
word lo i i'
803 tf J. W. KoiiKirmiN & Co.
400Q yurdsof Qucchco all wool
Manuel, front 25cts. up, at Chns, J,
FJBUpl'a LottUhig Mjlluory House,
dilliMham' &' "co?s
IIonc'M StniidiU'il ScjiIch, endorsed by the United Slnlc.8
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Do'inant
wn Wnrchouso Scales, &c.f
Anew niul carefully selcclol assortment of - T
Ciirrhige Lumps of mot iqiprovcil Anifcrictin patterns.
PIowb and Agricultural Impl'onts
TJic liugcl Mirlcty to lie fouml
' ' cm llin TKinils. '
JLOUULAn & STHKLT LAMPS,
1 LUBHIOATIKG OILS,
AVII1TE LLAI) & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
jew ci v-iiscs nnti iioiui (jnsc3.
o proof (innlltlcs of tlio MngncVcalcllc, held' oh the wind-lot
wocxl was prcjMrcil, and ll,p gnllpnpOitfjpourcd over It A smnll'irort chest Wltlatii
n1J liich lining of Iiigncso cnlcltc wiis plated In the centre of the pile nnd the
mim s-ci me to. , Allcr tnc enesi linn iiccii hepi nt n rca neni ior nn Hour, u wns
tnkenTfrom' the tire, cooled with witter, and opened, niul tlio contents, consisting of ,
papers and circiilnw, were found in n perfect Mato of preservation, being not nt all
tlhcoloreil, only sllgHtly wnrni, nnd having n trilling slitell of smoke. ' -i
A'js, the uudcnignuJ, wore present (iitthc above test, nnd sn-lic box opened,
nnfl wo'ccrtlfvto tlio licrfofct nrectviiHoii'of'lts contents. The entire lot wns per.
fectly satisfactory to in.
II. L. Dodji:, (of
mm otnew. -
, A public lost ottho quality ol thoso goods will bo made at an early date., t l(
Eedprocity J Relations Rather Revivifying
'lictwceithc'llnwaiihn LlAnds nnd the United States, hmV
between tho Hawaiian Iblnnds nnd
J 33. WISEMAN, , -.
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent anil General' ' ''
Business Agent, , ..
Ofllcc, 27 Mcrohnnt sti cot, Hawaiian Gazette Blocks i
Tlic only recognized Heal Eslnte Broker in Uic Kingdom.
Land nml piopcrty for pale in nil pnits of Honolulu and the various Islands. ,
Houses to lease mid lent in Honolulu nnd suburbs. ' "
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. " t
Auction .Sales by E. F. Adams
This Day, Saturday,
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF THE,
- ENTIRE STOCK OFA . '
Saddlery and Harness Shop !
Thcundcrsigncd is instructed byF.
A. Solmcfcr, Ef., AdmluLtrntor of the
Ehlnte of JI. J. Rose, deceased, to offer
nt public auction,
On the 1'rcmiBCH, King st.,
(unless previously disposed of at private
sale), on Saturday; February '24th, nt 10
n. in., the, cnt'ne itock pf the ,
Saddlery and: 'Harness Shop
Bolongiqg,to fcniWuile.t kt ,
This sale offers, a fine opportunity to the
trade, as well as to tho public generally
to pin chase superior classes of goods in,
the line of .
&c., S.u, &o.
E. P. Aduik. Auctioneer.
IN accordance with an order inndediy
Hon. B. II. Austin, Justice of tho
Supreme Court, sitting in Probate, the
Sell at Public; Auction, '
On the picmiscx,
At tho Rcsldcnco of.tho late C. T. Dillingham
Tho following property, - "
. the Mth'dny of Miuch, 1888:
A BEAUTIFUL HOWE,
'Piopeity of the late C.T. Dillingham,
COLLEGE AVENUE, ,
adjoining tho piopcrty of Di. J. M.,
Vhituey on tho north audi of B. F. l?ll-
llngnam on ino bouui. i dic oi hh
150 ft. front, and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, nnd water lnid on
r ffom Goveriiiucnt pjpes. ,
Tho DwellingfHwwH" '
contains seven rooms, besdcs bath
roopi, pantry and kitchen.
Thcic are good Out-Buildings consist.
Ing of ecrvnnts' houso, enrringo
house, stalls for 2 Jioe-, feed, room,
tool loom, hiirncss room, &c.' '
ino DUiiainai mre ,ji, nnj now. n, n
Titlp In Fee Simple.
House Fur'nituro to bo sold cousUts ef
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron.Hinglo bedstead, ' ,
1 Lounge, 1 Cnno Sofu,
2 Blnck vraluut Rockers,
Black walnut cane bent chairs,
2 Children's rockers - ' A
1 Ccptro table, mnrblo top, -
1 Sijinll table, mat bio top,
1 Extension dining table, b.w. ' J
1 3 light; chandelier,
1 Dining room lamp,
1 Chest of dinwciis
Lot of picture,
Lot of New Orookoiryware,
1 Sfove, 1 Bath tub, r, y
1 Canal Barrow, v '
1 Lot of Tools, '
1 Saddle Mure, ' ' ' '
, 1 Set of Harness
1 Saddle nnd Bridle.
B. F, DILLINGHAM,
S. L. DILLINGHAM,
Administrators of tho E-tnto of
C.T Dilllughnin, deceased.
13. P. AiMMH, Auctioneer"
Honolulu, Feb, 22, 16811, , 331
NEW GOODS !
Fir& Proof Safes,.,,
Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. LatojJ,
AUCTION SALES BY LYONS & LEVEY.
This Day," Saturday, '
February 24th, at Sales Room, nt
lOio'clock a mi. n
20' Bales of Damaged' HaV.
50 Cp. Fq .Spanish Garlic,
-kYpftS )K JJEVEY, Aiictl9n9prs
JUST RECEIVED !
. t , A LOT OF , j
i i-u 'in" 1 1 , i
To be sold verch'oajvat" '
A. 3MC.' ifjkTll ' ''
104 Fort street 833
S3 " V)
sr -! em
W. f s
W rvt jJW tl.ra- H ' i'whi
A FE.V GENTLEMEN pan bo ncconj. ,
JrX. modatcd with Board nt a" private '
House, in a respoctablo ivcicliborhood,
and within 5 minutes of tho 1W Ofllce.
For particulars npply nt tho BuixetiN" I
Ofllce. ,.-n . r iJUQlnii
ML4 STltANQlItS w ill find a
at 118 Nutmnu Avenue, Rooms furnish. ,;
cl single or muto, at motlcrnto charges. '' ',
A SMALL BLACK AND TAf TER.
RIER DOG, answers to the name
of " Duke." Anj'ono returning nunc to
S. J. Lkvev & Co., Fort Urcet, will uo
Uborally regarded, ,1 , uayiw,