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Daily Bum.ktin, on nnd after tliis date,
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Daily Bulletin onice,
Honolulu, Fell. 10th, 1883.
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TUESDAY, FEB. &7, 1883'.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Kcgttlnr Cnsli Sale, nt Kales Room
tffJLyons & LcVOy, at 10 o'block.
KxcoUior Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7-:30.
Bible Class iif Lyceum nt 7:'lo.
THE HutA. j t
Pcrhnps.somo of ouV readers wore
not at the Palace on Saturday night,
anil "therefore wduld like to have
some Idea of what was done. The
floor used for the bnll was .reserved
for the hula dancers, but by linlf
past seven even this "limited space
was so encroached upon by spec
tators that there was hardly room
leftfor the performers. Although
bo ninny' 'people 'were there there
were', comparatively speaking, but
few drunks until late in the evening.
Yndccd most of those who were
drunk were soldiers in full or-up"-,
dress 'uniform. Their behavior was
simply disgraceful, and all the
trouble that there wnsi was 'caused
by them. If our noble army of 00
cannot be kept in discipline ly their
officers, low would ,thcy get along
with an' army of, say 100?
Now for't'hc dances. The Hawaii
an hula, as is well known, contains
in the eyes of iforcigners many in
decencies. However, in all hulus
this is not so . perceptible to those
who do not understand the words,
andr therefore we can understand
that some, even of pure, 'minds,
would take pleasure in looking iit
some of the dances, or at least would
not be disgusted. But whatTshnll we
say of ladies, foreigners, presumably
modest nnd refined, sitting there and
witnessing some of the indecencies
that were performed on Saturday
night; and, some even had their
young children with them.
The programme wasvery lengthy,
lasting from about 2 r.M. to 11:30
p.m., when 'orders were given to dis
perse. Almost nil the styles of Haw
aiian hula -were performed: the
hula Kui't iPuili, JPafpu, Pele,
'LaHitpllii Kit, &c, includingsome
whose names even injlawniitin we
refrain from committing to paper.
Some of these arc pretty to look at,
nnd certainly no worse to look at
than an opera ballet in another coun
try. About 8:30, a drunken soldier
started a row in the thickest part of
the audience, and in a short time
everything was confusion and riot,
which was only quelled by the inter
vention of the police, who were
promptly on hand. For a time the
dancing was stopped, but as soon as
partial order was restored it went on
again, nnd this did much to keep
the people quiet. Several times
after this, from the same cause,
rioting began, but was qulcklystop
pefl. About 9 the crowd began to
thin: after that many drunks neve
to be seen. Everything was, how
ever, orderly for sucji a saturnalia.
-At 1 r.M. a few people had gather
ed on tiie ground, nnd by about 1i 30
p.m. thellnnd struck up "Hawaii
Ponoi " ns His Majesty and suite
appeared. Shortly afterwards every
thing being In readiness, the first
heat of the trotting match : '
" ' ' couoxAtiox l'unsK, .
Of $150, was run between Mr. J. A.
Cummins' e.g.-Tniehu, driveiiby C.
Lucas, and Mr. Hcustaco's b.s.
Teaser driven by J. Monsarrat.
From tho start it could be seen., thnt
tlto'sccond had no chnuco. ' All 'the
way round the half-mile post Talcliu
led, then the other was allowed to
get ahead for n little way, but sobn
Taicliu camo to tho front and passed
the Judge's Btti'nd in 4.40ft. After a
little interval tho becond bent was
run, resulting in an easy victory for
Talchu, ns Teaser never tamo with
in J lengths tho whole way. Time
'S.3,"). Then camo tho first heat of
tho . - ,
,K KAI.AKAUA ft KAI'IOLAKI TUUSIl
of 15, between Mr. J. Haley's Is
land, Chief' (ridden by J. Haley) and
Mr. Kamnnao's Poni Moi (ridden' by
'W. llobinson). At the BtartFni
Mol'B surslnglo broke, bijt thp horse
kept on, and came, iu ah easy win
ner in '2m 4sec, The second heat of
the Htuno raeo came on iu about 20
liiihutcs with1 the same 'result as'bp
forc'j tltuo'y ni'iOi ecO', ' CWiniro
Ihcsc times with Garfield's 147;
Stanford's 148 and MnikTwnln's
1483, as "in in previous yenrs. It
will show tlio Btylc of racing Poni
Moi never turning a hair in either
catno an amateur race, of
one mile, not set down'on the pro
,grammc,fiiuwhlcluthc following gen-,
tlemen took part, Maj. Purvis, Copt.
Edwards (of the Mtitino), Lieut.
Dare, J. Haley nnd Mnollc. This
was won by Capt. Edwards,, with
Mnj. Purvis n good second, id 2m.
lLscc. Much amusement; was caus
edlbyUhtt fclcrk of the .Course, start
ingjsomo seconds after thcrcst, and
speedily ,catclifiig tip lliciffand' rid
ing round nil the way" level with the
body. ,Ncxt c-pnethe ,
of $100, n mile (lath, between M;
ICatnnnno's Poni Moi and J. Duehnl
sky's Treaty", island Cliiof being
withdrawn This was won easily- by
Poni Moi, Treaty being' distanced.
Time lm. flSJsccs-, the best time of
the day. Then came an exhibition
of trotting by nil,, Jnip'orted horse,
King 'W'iiliam, of .which not much
was thought) of.
After which came the race for
tub rum.io runs!' ,'
of 8i0 for which ten horses ruiV,
being entered pn the ground. Great
interest waS taken iil'tlits race ns the
horses were more evenly matched
than in the other races. Two false
starts were inridc, after which they
started well. It was n, close race rill
the way round, being won nt last by
a little, boyi nged nbout.-lOyenrs,,
named Kophncl Duchalsky. Great
cheering greeted him us he came In'
ahead. Time 2.;li. 'i(.
Then came a half-mile dash be
tween four gentlemen, in which Mr.
J. Haley and Capt. Edwards inn a
dead heal; time 113. They ran
again and mnde another dend heat
in 117. They rana third time and
Mr. J. Haley-won pi 17. Ihis.wns
the most1 Interesting event' of the
day,, Aftcji this the band pipy cd
Hawaii 'Pon'oi ' and the, crowd dis
persed, thus sending the last of tlie
' SHIPPING NOTES.
The torn J. D. 'Ford will lenvc for
San Francisco to-morrow morning at
9 o'clock. .
The bark D. C. Murray leaves for
San Fianciscotto-morrow morning.
Local & general Items.
Not much bcttiri'r'at'the races".
Ahout 400 people
were at" the
Tm: Band played at intervals diir
ing the races.
Wo call attention to the adminis
trator's sale which takes place at Hilo
on Saturday nctft', March 3. Sec ad
vertisement. Thiu:e sailors having blackened
their faces aud dressed up a la nig
ger minstrel, caused a little amuse?
ment onthc course' yesterday.
As Organ Recital was given by
Mr. "Wray Taylor at St.' Andrew's
Cathedral, yesterday afternoon to
the Ofllccrs of the men-of-war.
Tun attention of shipmasters and
others is called to tlio sale of marine
charts, "compass, 'dtc,'at auction to
ddy by Messis Lyons & Levey. .
Poxi Moi mado a littlo money for
its owner and caused general ad
miration of its paeds At nd time
was it put to tho full extent of its
speed. f , ; ' ,'
i i ' , -
A sailor caused ereat amusomcht
yesterday by his riding in the Public,
Purso and finally dismounting bo
quick tha ho hardly knew ho was
oiT' - l ,r .,. . i , "
Next time any grent' crowd is ex
pected nt the Pnlnce, things will go
much' 'better if 'the soldiers arc all
locked up beforehand
grpunds given -in
"Wi: again notice thnt piles, of,o)d
lumber nro left iu front of tlio
(Jhiuchu wps)hhoi!eii opdving btrecl.
This is the third' 'time? that this lias
,bceii done. SnrOlyi,thu inithprjitiQS
have pgwer to pro cut tho oidy foot
path there is 6ut there being bluck
aded jn thl8mnincr.( h , kV'
As empty buggy1 without n lioroe
wns btnnding'nll days long- last week
in frQiit of, that idloy vay jus,t on the
Kwn-fidc pf the bridge on Kipg
street, next "io tlio' Chlneso wash
lioiisc. .Surely the police hnvo orders
'(o li'uvc tlio streets keiit clear or do
L'....ii.:. .!.' iiiL.i.'n :l. .
our ,uiuiujriiica. muni (.iiuy iuu u
I Satuhday night hack No. 40 was
completely wrockcd;nt the corner of
Fort nnd School street. No one wns
in it nt the time, the drivcr'linving
gone in side a house. The driver
iad been discharged from Mr. Jns.
Dodd's that afternoon, and had taken
outthcn express -withouthisknow
Ox Saturday night the Palace
goc8-Voro (diiit and jio hacks wotje'j
admitted to pick up passengers ex
cept those belonging 'to thc'stables
popular known at " the King's " on
iny outers nuciiipuug
to drive in with their pafcscligcrg were
forced back. Now ' this "is n nice'
piece of favoritism. The other hacks
pay just as much as the favoured
oncs'hiditought tj have jusnp
much rights. If the one lot were
admitted so ought nil the rest, nnd, if
any wore to bo kept out nil should
hnve been. . , ?L .
- Wkis'oo Uy, a plan' on, -view ht Mr.
Wiseman's bureau, that some very
desirable lotsof excellent land, with
exceptional facflitic4 for irrigation,
will aoon be thrown into the market.
They arc situated mauka of,JJcrc-
tanin street, on Artc-nan, inghnni,
Mctcalf , Dole and Bcokwith streets,
tqthcjcasqfjthc Punnhou prenjise?,;
in a region suflicicntly irrigated by
line artesian wells. Wo recommend
this occasion to the attention of all
whb may wish to Iniy desirable, small
lots for building purposes. One. of
the lots offered contains a largo two
story building, nearly now and very
strongly built, which, from its pe
culiar situation, near Punahou Col
lege, and on a street leading to it.
would seem very suitable for any
family wishing to be in the vicinity
of that school, or to open a boarding
Ii'ousb for the use of the overcrowded
pupils of the school.
AUCTION SALES BY LYONS & LEVEY.
This Day,, Tuesday,
' February 27th, at 10 n. m. at Sales '
Regular Cash Sale
Ready Made Clothing,
Kerosene, Lamps, Tin Ware,
Furnituic, Ciockciy, Plows, &c.
Also, at 12:80,
Chewt .Ctorjientcr'n Tools
and Grind Stone, and
ExproHH Wagon in good order.
Bags of Onions and Potatoes;
A number of Marine Charts,
Compass and Marine Hooks.
For nccounl of whom it may concern,
20 Sheets Corrugated Iron Rcofing.
Lyons & huwA, Auctioneers.
older of the Administrator of the
Late of Hilo Hawaii, the undersigned
will sell nt public auction
Oiife Saturday, March 3fU,
at 10 a.m., in Hilo, at Sak- Premises, .
thq personal ell'ccts of said do. -
40 Head of Working Cattle,
in fine order;
Mules, Horses, Plows, '
TTiiiii,11'1, nvn. Ilinlrnvna imlrnn
Trnln'clinlus, dx'bows, sleds, '
Mule coMnrs, liots, crow liars, saws.
Cane knives, pack saddles, two cunoes,
Clock, bilvcr witeh,
A)so, about one acre of growing Taro.
IIouMcUolil jVrHeJcN, - ,
Koa tables, bedsteads, elicits, &c.
Austin "Vtliitlr.g, Adnitnisfrator, 'Hono
lulu, or the umlersignbd, nt'Hilo,
a!!.j It D. H. Hitchcock, Ai'ol'r.
BY Ihc unden-igned, EMPLOYMENT
as accountant. Town or country.
JNO. 1UTSON. '
To be found at tho Office of J. J.'Dow-
sett, Qtlcen stiect,
ITiNGINEEIland Pracllcal Mcchnnlc,1
U now hi cl(riigo of (me of tlio Jargesf
sugar mills, of tho Kingdom, dcsljcs'tij
innkc, n cliangc villi a Vlqv," of flndlng
pleasant surroundings for wifu and
young son now in the U, B.) Best of
Honolulu and ptlier references nnd cv
tinipiilnls. Adilress "KNniuL'n,"' JMii.v
AKESPEfl'ABUB AOMAN- who
undcrstaiids children, ahd a good
bctiiiwlit'is, for a iirivnto fainilj'.
Apply to' J. E.WIBKMAN,
(icncral Business Agency,
37 Mci chant street.
ANYONE having n copy of J. AV
, , KjiuwahPa , ; Form, Bpol" ti; dit,
po'su of, wjl Jlnd a'pufchaser, hy sending
word to "" " ' ' ', '' .
Wi J. W. Wvuvmsbs ' Co.' f
DIBL1NGHAM & CS.'S?flf
Howe' Stamlnril Scale, endorsed by the United States
Government. Scale for all purposes. Dormant
-i . !.. o--"VrchoU90 8cnlcs,'&c.,,'Acrr.-.
Anew and. carefully selected assortment of.
CluuulelieV-i, Iianii)M, nucl irJ.aiitci-iiN.
Catilngo Lamps of most approved Aincilcnn patlc'its. .
Tlbws and Agricultural Impl'onts
The largest vaijety to uc found
' ' 'oriVlic'l-iruuk' ' A
J3LOJ1ULAB A KXHEET.LAMl'S,
v '-WHITE LEAD & PAINTS,
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
.The MttgnosopGaloito Mi'o Proof Safes,'
Jewel Cases and Bond Cnscs. . , (
At n tet of the flic proof qualities of tlicJiItVi;ucsa;dalcJlc,Jicld,onJhc-sand-jQt
near the City Hall, San FmncWco, Nov. 27th, a pile of.aliput a conj of pltch-plne
Xo"V','ln'!Pir,dl4andjtl?B gallons. tif.tar poured dver It. A small Iron elicit; lth
a"l)f inch lining of Magno-mcalclto w.xi plnced'in the "centre bf the pile nnd the
mass $et tlrcto.. After die chest hud bedn kept atilnrcd heat for on hour, itiwna
1 tnkfcitfr'om tho fire', 'cooled with water, and opcncdnnmMhccontQnts, consisllnp of
pnpcis and circulars, were found in a perfect state of preservation, being' not nt nil
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a'trillln smell of dinoke. "
B YTe, tho undcrilgaod, Qrejirc-tcntfat the above test, and snw tlio box'opcnbd,
'nnd 'wo certify to tile pdrfebt "preservation of its cqnlcnts. Tho entire tcstlwas peri
fcelly satisfactory to us. II. L. Dodoe, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C II. ,Laton,
and oilier. " , ,
A public tost ol the quality ol theso goods will bo made at an early datev ,
r . , r, , ., , f f I -Hi I P
Reciprocity Relajbions Rather Revivifying
Bttwccnjthenawalinnlshuids'nnd the'Unltcd 8tatcs",'nd t ' -i
between the Hawaiian Islnnds and
jr. e. TiDE;JwcXriSr;,
Boal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General"1
Office, 27 Merchant street,
The only recognized' Ileal Estate Broker in Ihc Kingdom
Land and properly for sale in all parts of Honolulu nnd, the various Islands'.
Houses to Ieaie and rent in Honolulu and suburbs! ' , . .
Rooms to tent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu; ' t .
Auction Sales toy E. P. Adams
' - -: 'i I "1 - ' i i "i
IN'nccordnnceiwitlrnn order made liy
Hon. B. II. AiiMin, Justice pf, tho
Supicmo Court, sitting in, Probate; the
undersigned will' " 9 "" " ' s '
Selllit-Putolic Auction,, ,
On the premises,
At the Residenco ol tho late C. T. Dillingham
The" following pibpcrty, '
the i4lhclny,of March, 1883: ' ,
Properfyof thcllato C.TMJilliugliam,
situate on '
' COLIiEGE ATENUE,
adjoining the propcity of',rJ)r.' ,7, M.
"Wldtncy on the north and- of-B. PhDil:
llugham on the south. , Size of lot
150 ft, front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, nnd, water inid on
from Oo eminent pipes.
The Dwelling House
contains seven rooms, bcsides'lmth
room, pantry an 1 kitchen.
Tlicrc are good Out-Buildings consist
ing of servants' house, carriage
house, stalls for,2 hornes, feed room,
tool room, harness .room, &c.
The Buildings are all nearly new, and in
.. , . good condition-
Title imFco faimple. ..j
House Furniture toibe fcold.consists t
1 Bcdroopi set, " ' '
1 Iron single' bedstcadj
1 Lomi-re. 1 Cauo Bofa.
2 Black walnut Itockcrs,' -Black
walnut cane scat chairs,
2 Children's rocker.,
' 1 Centre table, marble top,
1 Small lablt, marble top,
1 Extension dining table, b.w.
1 3-light chandelier, ' -1
Dining loom lamp,
1 Chest of drawers,
Lot of pictures , ,j i
Lot- of New Croclcerywaroi
'lBt6vo, l-Batb tub, -'-I I "M
1 Canal Barrow,
1 Lot of Tools, u.
( (llubbcr Hose,
1 Carriago'Maro. '
1 Saddlo Mare, '
1 Si't-of' Harness ' I '
1 Buddie and Bridle.
V u't.B.E. DILLINGHAM -rl
8. L. DILLINOHAM,
AdmlnistratorH of'lhu Estate-of
O. T Dillluglmm, dcccuscd.
is. v, Adams, Auctioneer
Honolulu, Feb. 23, JB83,
HORSES & MULES
Just Arrived p'er'BUno Discovery,
4 Fine Driving & Saddle Horses
33 Fine Mules. 3 to 8 yrs. oW.
i i ' . , ,
(tSyrTbuiBlocU. will, be kept, at
W, II. Shurratt's, corral,
Apply to' AnNOLD&SHEHEB, '
1 qr II, 1IACKFELD & fJo!
Honolulu, Fob. 24, 1883. ' , 333!iy
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SQr Ex ' Zeahindia, Guiitt) f.iAue
Two'e'd Suito, 'tttUhtts, J, Fiblicl's',
NEW GOODS !
Hawaiian Gnzotlc 151ock,i-'
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' ""'HAVE REMOVED"' ' 1'"',t
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QUEEN STR EET,
NKXT TO P. P. ADAMS.
. A BHTflAtl ,e
A FEW GENTLEMEN ciiu bo nccom.
modatcd with Board at a private
".i-U'-'.'r ai;c?l)FctluJ0 "Ptehborhood,
unll Avltliih GimtautiM dKllio VoaV.O&W.
For particulars, apply at, tho Buixktin
Office. 'hb'J -j It ij q rpZ), 8o ",
STP. AGGERS will lliid'n
nt 118 Nuutiuu Avenue, Booms furnish.
cd single or suite, at moderate charues.
A flno selection-of Ladles' Satin
,J?rsets can, ho. bud at the Honolulu
ICJotliing Emporium (if A.M. Mei.j.ib.
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