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"It. JOSEPH STUAUT Is authorised
All in i-oIIprI nil accounts duo TlIK
Duly Dui.t.i tin, on nml nflcr this ilutc,
'whoC lcccipt for Ihc same l Ifc sitfll.
Daily Hum utis OIJlcc,
Jlonoluln, Felt, lliili, 1881.
TI1UKSI)AY, MARCH 8, 1883.
TH13 DAY'i DOINGS.
Conlinucd Sale of Furniture, at
residence of .1. C. Glade, Esq., Ivy
"Mr. Adams, nt 10 o'clock.
Knights Templars, 7 tflO.
Hawaiian Council, No. G89, 7:30.
Lectuic, at Lyceum, 7:30.
"We were no little surpiiscd to no
tice an cditoiiul in Tuesday's 1 G.
A., in regard to the steam tug Tele,
"which says " is now decidedly un
available in-any invnotlaiit emer
gencies." What docs this mean?
Arc we to infer that the picscnt
Ministry aic now ready to admit that
the late Ministry did know what
they were about when they put a
sum in the last.cslimatcs for a new
tug, and that the picscnt Ministry
did not know their business when
they took it out and substituted a
few lilies and cannon in its place?
We all lcmcmbcr, too, that when the
Niagara was wrecked the stand tak
en by the Advertiser was very differ
ent. Why is this change? Has some
body a log to roll or an axe to grind ?
Tutsdav, Mamch G.
h. Pedro and W. Kline, drunks,
forfeited $0 each. J. Dillon and
Kcau, drunks, fined $5 and 1 costs
each. G. W. Patterson, drunk, for
feited $8 bail, lvapihea, assault and
battery, found not guilty, aiuLdis
charged. M. C4rislcy, violating Ex
press Regulation 21, fined $2 and 1
costs. J. B. Martinez, aliai J. "A.
Fisher, larceny of wtttclr'nnd chain
property of JyJ?f Mcndonca, valued
J90. , Ho had been convicted on two
former occasions and is an old offend
er, found guilty and sentenced to 3
years, and fined 25 and 1.20 costs.
(This was one of those prisoners
pardoned in honor of the corona
tion). Win. Collins, larceny of
watch and chain, property of W.
Tenill, value $00 lemanded till 9th.
Anaumokale, Akana, Hakiku, ic
nianded from 3id re-icinandcd till
J. Hickcy, J. Murray, J. Mackcy,
affray; the latter two foif cited bail
$10 each, the fiist was fined $5 and
$1 costs. Knmalcwahinc and Jesse,
distuibing quiet of night,' lined 3
and SI costs. J. Kelly, larceny of a
watch and 2 handkerchiefs, the pro
perty of Mary Levey, value $1-1 ;
sentenced to 9 moiillib' imprison
ment at hard labor, fined $25 and $1
J. Kelley, larceny of clothing, the
propel ty of Pilipo k, value $25 ; scu
tenccd to 9 months inipiisonmcnt at
hard labor ; fined $25 and $1 costs.
W. Collins, remanded from Cth ;
defendant withdrew plea of not guil
ty; sentenced to 1 year's imprison
ment at hard labor and fined $20
and $1.20 costs.
J. Ooldstein vs. J. Grant, con
tinued from Feb. 21, continued with
C. E. Williams vs. J. Goldstein,
continued from Feb. 28 ; no appear
ance of defendant; judgment for
plaintiff $71. G7 and 83.95 costs.
M. Mcliicrny vs. S. K. Kuai, ac
tion of assumpsit for $199.25. No
appearance for defendant. Judgment
for plaintiff for $199.25, attorney
$12.20, costs $3.15.
J. II. lh tins, jr., vs. Mnka, action
of assumpsit for SG8. No appear
ance for defendant. Judgment for
plaintiff for $G8, costs $3. 15.
F. Adams vs, W, Bambcr, action
of assumpsit for $31. Settled out of
court, costs $3.
Foster tc Co. vs. Iluihui &Knii,
deserting contract scivico. Kaiwi
plead guilty,and oidcied to leturn
to employer, costs $3; Iluihui plead
not guilty, lemanded till 9th.
Minister of Financo vs. Kapaoho
(k), continued fioni the 3rd. Settl
ed out of court, costs $2,
Tho Kainoibi ought 2700 bags, the
Kaluna 1000 bags, the Wailclo 1277,
the Waimalu 1100 Hie Waichu 730,
and tho Eliukai 210 bags of sugar.
Tho wlmlcis Abraham Baikcr,
Louisa, and young Phoenix an ived
off poit on Tuesday. The young
Phoenix leaves to day, the Abra
ham Paikcr came in poit yester
day and the Louisa is to come in to
day to land oil for A. W. Pierce &
Abiaham Buikor brought 210
bbls whale oil and GO bbls bpenn
oil. She will bail in a few days.
loung Phoenix from a cruise
with P?0 bbls sperm oil. She will
Louisa fioni a cuiiso with 100
bbls whale oil and 155 bbls sperm
oil. Sho will sail shortly.
Mary and Ellen has been reported
19 days ago with 300 bbls sperm
Am. Bk. Hope will sail this morn
ing for the sound.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Quita a number of watches seem
to have been stolen lately.
Tin: waiting loom for passengers
at Dodd's stables is now fitted up.
It will prove to be a great conveni
ence. .- .
In politic, if thou would'st mix
And mean thy forlimu3 lie,
Hear this in mind be dc.if and blind
Let gicat folks hear and sec.
Tin: sale of Mr. Glade's furniture
began yc&lcrday, and will be conti
nued to-day at 10 a.m. Dodd's
'busses will convey intending pur
chasers free from E. O. Hall &
Son's corner at 9 :30 a.m. The
things sold vstrdnyliroughtr fair
in ices. '
To-Night the second last lecture
by Professor Hitchcock w ill be given.
We urge all our friends not to miss
the opportunity of hearing him on
these two last lectures, as fioin our
knowledge of the xircvious ones we
can promise a delightful treat to
every thoughtful mind.
We hear that it is piobablc that a
member of the lastLcgislatmc, who
already holds one appointment on
this island, will be appointed to a
valuable position on the island of
Hawaii, which is already filled by an
honorable man. It appears to be,
however, the old race question again.
Cut this out and paste it on your
l'nliiicr .K. Timelier, Di n Sloi 0,
Mi'ssus. Palmer & Thachcr make
a very impoitant announcement in
our colums, ' which our readers will
do well to bear in mind. To those
who arc not desirous of pui chasing
it will be a novel and refreshing
sight to simply go in and look lound
these gentlemen's handsomely lilted
Ykstkiiijay tho Pohoiki brought to
Messrs. Allen & liobinsou about ISO
railroad tics of Ohin, from Mr. Tty
cioft's ranch nt Puna, Ilnwnii. These
tics arc .much harder and heavier
than redwood ties. They have been
shipped, wc believe, as an experi
ment. We hopo that this will be
the means of introducing a new in
dustry to tbe Islands.
Tin: Friend for March has arriv
ed in our sanctum, and we find it as
welcome as ever. Tho interesting
papers on the New Guincn Mission
are continued, and amongst other
things the Editor's review of Miss
G onion Cunimings' book on Polyne
sia is very interesting. "Wo look for
ward to tho promised extracts from
, - .
At last tho Athletic Association
appeals to have got bonio life into iti
actions. The hall is built but has
been standing unused for a while. A
complete set of apparatus is being
procured and will shoitly bo on the
way ; but they liayo obtained quite a
quantity already which is now fixed in
the building. Wo believo, theicforo,
that tlio hall will now bo open to
uieinbeis. Tho evenings for gentle
men are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fri
days, and Saturdays, and the hall
will be lighted nflcr 7 p.m. A care
taker is there all the time having his
residence at the back of tho building.
Oun attention lias been called to
the condition of some of the slaugh
ter houses, below the Piisoin All
of them nic Jiot so, but it would be
well for tho authorities to interfere.
Our informant stales that, especially
dining wet weather, bullocks, when
slaughtered, arc up to their kiiecs"
in mud and fillh. That the men
employed in dicssing the carcass arc
also up to their knees in tlio-samc
disgusting mixture, and that the car
cass has to bo washed before being
brought into town. Ftulhcr, that
the animals kept there refuse all
food and drink, and, as a conse
quence the llesh is bluish in color
when slain. Think of this, and ask
yourselves if this is likely to assist
in keeping the people -of Honolulu
Wr. sec by a plan on view at Mr.
Wiseman's buieau, that some veiy
desirable lots of excellent land, with
exceptional facilities for inigalion,
will soon be tin own into lite maikct.
They arc situated mauka of Iieic
tania street, onAitcsian, Bingham,
Mctcalf, Dole and Beckwith streets,
to the east of the Punahou premises,
in a legion sulllcicntly irrigated by
line aitesiau wells. Wo recommend
this occasion to.thc attention of all
who may wish to buy desirable small
lots for building purposes. One of
the lots offered contains a large two
sloiy building, neaily new and veiy
stiongly built, which, from its pc
cular situation, near Funahou Col
lege, and on a stieet leading to it,
would seem veiy suitable for any
family wishing to be in the vicinity
"of that school, or to open a boaiding
house for the use of the overcrowded
pupils of the school.
Special for the Dnllv Ilullcttn.)
The happy stale to which the
Emerald Isles has been reduced is
stiickingly illustrated by a recent
advcitiscmcnt which states that a
certain propcity is situated in the
town of Strabane, which is described
as peaceful, just for all the world "as
if the advertiser were' speaking of a
place in Zululand ! Is not this a
sti iking commentary on the events
of the last two years ?
I may add that this smiling oasis
in the aiid dcseit of disorder, the
"peaceful" town of Sliabane, lies in
the county of Tyrone. Now then
gentlemen, pray don't hang back, but
"0eicome your bushfulnc-ss and
.Walk up and icw this peaceful
bpot and purchase with avidity."
Only you must not be surprised if
such rent as the Land Commission
ers may allow you, icaches you in
the shape of lead.
A BLACK nnd white onyx oval locket
with gold Mitting, containing a
Jndy's portiait, on the io.nl between
Wainum.ilo and Honolulu. Finder will
be Miitibly luwnided upon ils dcllvciy
on bourd'U. S. S. YVnchusoU or nt this
ofllcc. iJ-W at
Xjl oa Kinau and Luualilo
Kuliukahna Plains j nic.i GO.OOO square
feet. The lot is enclosed with a good
substantial fence. For fuither purtlcu.
lai supply to
J. M. MONSAltHAT,
Attorney at Law,
013 tf No. 27 Merchant St., Honolulu
To be found at G. II. Robertson's
ollleo , Queen street. Jljil
THE FOURTH LECTURE
Of Prof. C. ll. Hitchcoqk's Soientlflc
" Life In tho Later Geological Periods,"
will bcdullvcicd on
Thursday, March 8th,
at 7:30, at the Lyceum. '
Tho Fifth Lecture, on" Tho Geologi
cal HUtoiy of tho Hawaiian Ihiands,"
w 111 take p'laco on Sutiuday, Muich 10,
at the Ninio place.
Tickets. 1.00. !M3
ANYONE having a copy of J. "W
ICnuwiihi'd "Foim Book" to dls-
l)ou of, will find a purchaser by bending
30.J tf J. AV. Koninntox & Co.
MB. A. IIEBBEltT having iecolcd
bonio cho(co yailclies of
Vines from Caliiornia,
is now able tosupiily them in quantities
lo Mill to thoso who would wish to try
the oici intent. If any aio doubtful of
tho hucrest of it tliuy should go out and
see bis Ranch atKidilii,
JWOtf Addos P. O. Bu. U
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN F JEW GOODS!
Blom-'n tnmlnrcl KciiIcn, endotsed by the United Slates
Gocinmcnt. Scalci for nil pui poses. Doimnnt
Wai chouse Scales, &c., &c.
A new and cucfully selected nssoilincnl of
OliamlelierN, Thumps, uiul Intuit cimim.
Cnirlngo Lamp of most nppiovcd AmcilCau patterns
Plows ami Agricultural Impl'ents
Tho largest variety to ho found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAlt & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD ft PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magncso-Oalcifco Five Proof Safes,
Jew el Cases and Bond Cnsc.
At a test of the lire pioot iunlitic'- of the Mngueso-Cnlciic, held on the snmMot
near tlie Uity Hall, b.m Jfr.inufoco, rov. Uitn, a pile ol aliout a cord of pitcli.piiie
wood was prcp.ued, and the gallon of far pnuied ocr it. A small hon chest, with
a 1 inch lining of "tlas-ncso calcite wn plated in the centre of the pilo and the
massihct lire to. After the ehesl laid been kept nt n red heat for nn hour, It wrnsi
taken fioni tlio fire, cooled with water, nnd opened, and tho contents, consisting of
li.ipcrs and chcul.ir-, weie found in a perfect state of prc-ervntlon. being not nt nil
discoloietl, only slightly w.uin, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We, the uudcr'Tgned, woiu prccnt nt the above test, nnd saw tho box opened,
and w;o eeillfy to the perfect preservation of Its contents. Tho entire tot was per
fcctly'snllsfaeloiy to us. II. L. Donois, (of Dodge, Sweeney ft Co.); C. II. Latok,
A public lest o! the quality ol these goods will bo made at an early date. .
' ' 'i ii
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands nnd the United States, nnd
hclwccn tlio Hawaiian Islands nnd
jr. is. riEJi.L.Tv, '
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent nnd General
Office, 27 Mcichant street, - Hawaiian Gazctlo Block'.
The only lccognizcd Real LMnto Broker in the Kingdom.
Land nnd piopcily fori-nlc in nil paits of Honolulu and llunaiious Islands.
Houses to lca'-e .ind rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to icnt, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
TOTJ CAS 33TT5T
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
Now Drug' Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWN.
013 lm fiST IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
Furniture ! Furniture !
E2T Dodd's Dusses will lcnc E. O.
Hall & Son's .stoic, coinei of Foit and
King Mi eels at !);() a.m. this day to
convey intuiting puicliiihcis. to the s-alc.
I HAVE BECEIYED INSTRUC
J. C. GlL-iVlE, ESQ.
To ofl'er at '
Thursday, March 8th, 1883
At 10 o'clock a. in.
At his Residence, on Judd Street,
ALL THE VALUABLE
Inp.ut as follows:
New Ottoman". Uphol&teied Chairs,
Chandeliers, Fine Engravings,
Beautiful Inlaid Tables, Onyx Table,
Ebony Table, Side Lamps,
Large Handsome Mirrors
with nun bio stands;
Music stand, Statuettes, Lnco curtaius,
One Upright Piano,
Walnut bookcase, Walnut table,
Smokers' table, Armchair,
llniidsomo ciuved clmiis In pressed lea
ther, Caipets, Writiug desks,
White Oak sideboard, very handsome,
White Onk extension dining table,
White Oak dressing -room chillis and
Variety of Fine Plated Ware
Decanteis and Gltmwaio,
One Porcelain Dinner Set,
(in wblto, ulaok, silver and led,
One Laruo Cut-nlass Set,
Mosquito net, Folding clmiis
Walnut and Koa Bedsteads,
Feather pillows, Chlldicn's bedste.ulb,
Hair innttresM's, Spring niatlrcssos,
Walnut Bunaus, Tablo linen,
Toilet fiuiiiluic, Miuois,
lion tables, Veiandah chairs,
Common Sense Clmiis,
Chinese Flower Fots and Stands,
Sewing Machine, Waulinbe, Towels,
Meat safes, Ice safes Water (liters,
Bath tubs,Iiou teed bo.c3, Lawn mower
One Union Gas Machine, 100 Lights.
Step 1 add cis, Tools, &c, &c.
l'nrttciilai'H in CntaloffueH, "
E. P. Adajis, Auctioneer.
IN accordance with an oider made by
Hon. B. II. Austin, Justice of the
Supienio Court, sitting in Probate, tho
Sell at Public Auction,
On the premises,
At tho Residence of the late C. T. Dillingham
Tho follow ingpiopcrty,
the 14th day of March, 1883:
at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
Piopcity of tho I.ito C.T. Dillingham,
adjoining tho propcity of Dr. J. M.
Whitney on tho noitli and of B. F. Dil.
llngliam on tlio south. Size of lot
150 ft. front and 225 ft.' deep,
Well fenced, and water laid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling Houho
contains seven rooms, besides bath
loom, pantry and kitchen.
Thcic mo good Out-Buildings consist,
ing of ircivnntb' house, carriage
nouse, sinus 101 s norses, icca room,
tool loom, harness room, &c.
The Buildings are all nearly new, and in
Title in Fee Simple.
House Furniture to bo sold consists f
1 Bedroom set,
1 lion single bedstead,
1 Lounge, 1 Cane Sofa, "
2 Black walnut Beckers,
Black -walnut cane seat chairs,
2 Chlldicn's rockers,
1 Ccntiu table, njai bio top,
1 Small table, maiblo top,
1 Extension dining table, b.w.
1 Dhiing room lamp, v
1 Chest of draweis,
Lot of plctiucs,
Lot.of New Crockcrywnre,
1 Stove, 1 Bath tub, 'l' ?'.'
l dual Ban ow,
1 Lot of Tools, ' ' '
1 Can lugo Maro,
1 Saddle Maro,
1 Set of Hnrncss,
1 SaddJo nnd Bridle.
B. P. DILLINGHAM,
S. L. DILLINGHAM,
Admiulstiators of tho Estato of
C T Dillingham, deceased.
. . , E,1- Al'AMS. Auctioneer
Honolulu, Feb. S3, , m