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Mlti "Wti.t.UM Wo.nd Is till tiny ap
pointed Ageiit In lulu- Acknowledge.
mcnts'of lnbor Contracts betwcen-Mas-trrs
ii ml Sonants In the District nf
llounlulu, Wand or Oahu.
.1NO. K. RUSH,
Minister or lntciioi.
lntcilor OIUpc, March 1 1, 1833. ..! 3t
SATURDAY, MAKOU 17, 1883.
this Day's doings.
Gopcl Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:30.
vHcthcl, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Row J. A. C'ur
znn, morning and evening.
lHblo Class' at Tort St. Church
,St. Andrews'' Cathedral, Rl. Rev.
Bishop "Willis, morning, and Rev. G.
Wallace in evening. ,
The Y. M. O. A.
Held their regular monthly meeting
on Thursday night in the Bethel
Vestry, Prof. Pratt in the chair.
After opening the meeting with
prayer, the different Committees
were called on for reports ; these in
cluded: The Chinese, Visiting the
Prison and Hospital, Saturday and
Sunday evening meetings, Entertain
ments, Visiting shipping and hotels,
and the Building Committee. All
the reports were encouraging and
Bpokc of the work being carried on.
The Building Committee reported
that the building would be icady for
the annual meeting, and would be
finished by the first week in April.
It also inquired whether the room
for the gymnasium should be ilnisli
cd as per contract or altered as sug
gested at a cost of $300. The report
was adopted and held over till later
in the evening.
"The Rev. A. O. Forbes then read
a paper on "What shall the Y;. M.
C. A. do in the way of providing
amusements for those who may fre
quent its rooms?" He suggested
that the Association should make it
a cheerful ' Christian home with
social, elevating, exhilarating amusc
mentswhicli were without evil asso
ciations, according llo the Bible pre
cept, " pure, peaceable, full of
mercy and good truths."
A strong discussion followed, but
nothing definite was arranged. Mr.
F. W.1 Damon then reported the re
sult of a conference with the officers
of the Boys' .Reading. Room Associ
ation, about using a room in the new
building. It was referred to the new
Board of Directors to present a pro
posal on it.
The following recommendations
of the .Directors were then' passed:
(1) that those who have given S250
or over to the building fund be con
sulted as to their desire to become
life members, (2) that tho annual
meeting fake place in the new build
ing and a Mmple collation bo prepar
ed, (3) that P. C. Jones, V. AY.
Hallj Capt. Bray, C. M. Cooke and
Dr. Whitney bo a Committee to
supervise tho arrangements, (l)that
tho use of a room be tendered' to
Amateur Musical Society for prac
tice arid, concerts in consideration of
the use of piano and their paying
for lights. The report of the Build
ing Committee wasthqn consideietj,,
and after discussion it was voted to
ask the contractor to defer all work
on tho proposed gymnasium room
till after tho annual meeting, and if
that could not be done to proceed
Yith it as per contract. It was mov
ed that Mr. Forbes' paper bo re
quested for publication in one of tho
local papuiH, ami after prayer the
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Thursday, March lf.th.
Kaaial. Kawlka and Kco, lcmand
cd from the 13th ; one of the defend
ants being sick and unable to be in
Court; judgment reserved until the
19th, the other two remanded till
that date. C. Brady and Ilelckalm,
disorderly" conduct, o'ld offendcra;
cavil 7 days' jinpuaonmcurul lmrtl
labor, ami costs SI. loane, assault
and battery, lined 83 and S3 costs.
Kai Kin, remanded from the Hh.
forfeited $10 ball. Kelemcnekc, lc
mauded from the 12th, nol. pros.
T. Anderson, attempting to leave
the Kingdom without a passport,
lined SIT) and 81 costs. 1U". Gcrst
loy, preventing justice, lcprimandcd
FitiDAY, March 17th.
ICaunpi, furious and heedless driv
ing, remanded to the 10th. W.
Reed, same charge, defendant dis
charged on paying costs. .Sitliolo-
wau (k), an insane person, commit
ted to the Insane Asylum.
The stmr. Jas. Makcc will leave
at 4 o'clock this afternoon, for Na
wiliwili, Kapaa and Kilauca.
The stmr. Suez will sail at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
The W (t Irwin's passage was 2 H
days owing to the light winds.
The James Makcc brought 202!)
bags, the Halcalcala 1G20 bags, and
the Moi Koiki 231 kegs of sugar.
The Moi Kciki will sail to-day for
the circuit of Molokai.
LOOALi tSs GENERAL ITEMS.
A (ioiini.Y muster is expected at
Wi: acknowledge the receipt of
news favors from Captian Turner,
of the brigantine "V. G. Irwin.
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Tiir.m: will be no music at Emma
Square this afternoon, on account Of
the Band being engaged at Vni
manalo. Tiik Swiftsuro and Hawaiian
Band will give a combined concert
on Monday evening, March 19thuat
Oxi: of the plcasantest reunions
of the season was given on Thurs
day evening, at the residence of Mr
B. F. Bollcs.
To -Day Mr. J. A. dimming gives'1
a luau, in honor of the 17th of March
at Waimannlo. The Royal Hawaiian
Band will be in attendance.
At Fort St. Church tomorrow,
Mr. Cruzan will preach at the usual
hours. Tho themo of the evening
sermon is, "Our Girls what shall
we do with thorn?" " ,
Exrntss 129 was left standing in
front of a yard on Emma street yes
terday afternoon unfastened. The
horse bolted'. It was stopped on
Berctania street by a policeman.
Ox Thursday tho Police Oourt was
in session from 9 a.m. to & p.m., with
one hour's interval. Ono case alone
occupied four hours, and was not
finished when tho couit rose.
Mk. M. LouisMm goes on tho Suez
to-day, fqr a trip to Europe. He
expects to return after six mounths.
AVc ho.u tily wish him bon voyuije
and as jovial and pleasant company
as he is himself.
Tub old buildings at Oaliu college
aro being pulled down and tho new
ones erected. The foundation for the
central portion of the now buildings
is already laid, andvork is proceed
ing with all possible dispatch.
Yi:stkiuay forenoon a runaway
occurred on King street. The horse
got atvay from tho wagon, after
breaking a Bhaft, near tho corner of
Richard and King street. It then
proceeded along King street toiyurds
Fort, and iye have not heard any
moi o about it.
Yi:i.Ti:iinAT a paity was to have
been held on board the Swlftsurc,
but it was postponed till to-day on
account of the weather. This neces
sitated ficsh arrangements being
mado about the cricket match, so it
is put off till Thursday or Saturday
of next week.
"Wi; .hear that a small flow of
water has been stiuck ut Kapahulu,
behind the Park, by Mr. Oooke, who
is boring a well there on a portion
of 'tho I.unalilo estate, by order of
Mr. James Campbell. It will bo
seen that if a good How is stiuck
ufter this, that water will thou bo
ready to lny on fo.nU those resjilcuces
and plots of giuuud in that neigh-
bom hood,' '
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Maxy complaints aie hentd, bincc
tho passage of the new liquor law,
about the number of whole and
broken glass bottles lying ill the
sticets. It is positively dangerous
for both horses and men, especially
at nights. It is suggested that in
fitrtictibits bo nivon to tho. Police
cither to remove them, or cause them
to bo lemovcd.
To-DAy is the 17th of March
well known all over the woild as St.
Patrick's Day, and by that title dear
to all those who hail from the Ktnc
rald Isle, llcic, however, it is to
be celebrated, for the first timc,s a
regular national holiday, in honor of
the birthday of Kamchamcha III.
It is fitting that this recognition
should be paid to that great and
good King, and we trust to sec the
day well observed.
The method in which Japanese
newspapers arc conducted is often
amusingly naive. A recent issue iof
the JV.'cVi i Xich i Sh imbun which ,
like all its native contemporaries, is
printed, not in columns, but in
squares came out with one sqnrc
blank, the empty space being covered
with a number of straight ,lincs.
The editor apologises for the extraor
dinary nppcaeaiicc off the paper,
informing his readers that at' the
last moment he found that what he
had written was all wrong, and had
to be taken out. He had no time to
fill it up with anything else, and
there wa nothing to be done but to
leave the space with nothing in it.
rpiir. MAIL by the
JL M ton in Fillip 'Suez
Will clo?c at the Post OIllcc.TlllS DAY
at So'clocli p. hi.
A"LATD LETTER BAG" will bo
kept open at the Pobt Olllce till
!!0 minutes befoic the advertised hour of
the steamer'.-) departure, to receive all
late letters; on which an a(lditlonal,fec
of Five Cents (5 cents) for each letter'
must be paid in stamps or cola. '
The public arc specially requested to
Mail all Letters at the Post Olllce, and
not tako.them on. board the steamer. ,
H. M. WHITNEY, F.M.G.
Post Onire, Honolulu, March 17, 1883.
WILLIAM WOND, -Ageut
to tako Acknowledg
ments to Contracts for Labor. ,
Ofilcc Station Hoitse. . 3.51 ly
HAS REMOVED his Ofilcc and Rcsi
deuce to the
Cor. of ItU'linnli-f mid Jlerclnnia HIM.
Office Houns 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 3
301 p.m.; 6:80 to 7:30 p.m. 3m.
IVo. 31 Bei-etunin, 'Street.
Per biigWm. G. Irwin, vifu San Finn.,
Ol' Genuine, Choice,
Manila Cigars I
Spccinl Rates made to pintles buying
91. 8. Orinlinnm & Co.
Bol lm. I
LADIES and GENTLEMEN who arc
of a musical turn of mind, ( should
call atoacc and view the two large clc'
Each playing 8 tudes, with lJclls,flDrums,
iZither, llnrp, &c. Tho nncxl instru
incuts ever Inought to tho Kingdom.
Again, those who wish to enjoy Evn.
lug EnteitainmcutH, call nrd sea tho
Largo, Green covered
Blatek Walnut Card Table,
mounted beautifully, and also tho EIo
put (Inlaid wood) CHESS BOARD'
TABLE, with conipleto set of chessmen.
Also on exhibition, onw lino mounted
KIEL!) aud MARINE GLASS, and a
neatly bound Album with In' llttwaiiun
Hccnfc Views. Also, a small Muslo Box.
All can bu seen at
J. E. WISEMAN'S,
Genuial JJuslncss Oilicc,
N. 27 Moi chant hired.
Tho above constitute Flvo Prizes on a
LOTTERY to'taku iilaco shortly.
Ticket-, ifi 00 each.
CaTCall on the Agent. 3.-.0 lw
SUGAR GROWING LAND
WAITED TO PURCHASE or Rent
100 Acres of Land,
On any of these Islands.
Statu paithailars, and address ,. j
'- i' 1'LANTEU,'1,IJu!.u.tin Olllce, I
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Hone's Htnndnrd NcnlcM, endorsed by the United States
' Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dormant' '
Warehouse Scales, fac.( &c.
A now and carefully selected assortment of
Clitmtlel loi'H, Uttiiips, and XjiiiiIoi-iim.
Carrlngc Lamps of mot approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'onta
The hiigcst variety to be found
on tlii; islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET. LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
Tho Magnoso-Calcito Firo Proof Safes,
, Jewel pasis null Bond Case'.
At a test of the fire proof finalities of tliq 3fngiieio;Calcltcl(lchioa,the sanddo
,-ncar the Oily HalL S.m Francisco, K6v. 37th, a pile of about n cord "of pltcK-pin
wood was prepared, mid Ilvr gallons of tar poured over it. A-smulltlrpn cncM, with
ii 11 lii.il. Hi, lid. .if rtir.Atjriri1hltn irii Mlnr-ml In llin nnntrft nP IliAmtln ! 111 A
mass hct.llro to.t After the chest had bceh kept at a red heat for nn'hohr, It wni
taken from the, fire, cooled with uilcr, and opciie'it, nhd the contents, consisting of
papers and circular-, wcie found In i perfect1 state of preservation, being kiot at all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
Wo, the undcr-dgnod, were picscnt at thu above test, and saw'the box'oponed,
and'wo ceittfy to the perfect "preservation of its contents., The entire test was, per.
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L. DonuK, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Latox,
and others. . , ,
A public test ol tho quality ol thoso goods will ho mado at, an early date. ,,, , ,
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Bttween the Hawaiian Wands anil the United States, and " '"
between the Hawaiian Jslapds and ,, ih
.T. 13. VI3BXV.N, . "'
Beal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General i .
Business Agent, ' "
Olilcc,'27McichanlMicct, llawjiiian Qazctto Block. ,
The only recognized Real Estate Biokcr in the Kingdom. "
Lnnd and piopeity foralc in all paits of Honolulu and the various Islands. '
Houses lo lease and lent in Honolulu and Mibuibs. ' r
Rooms to lent, en suite or single, UnoughoutvHonolulu. ' '
YOTJ CAJS DBXJY
25 per cent,
' TVe-v Iriig Stove,
THAN 'ANY OTliERKSTORE IN TOWN.- " .,
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BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC '"GENERALLY; ', THAT'
HE HAS MAd'e''OOMPTjETB ARRANGEMENTS FOR
Constant Supply of
OI tlio Vcv.vlicHL QnuHty,
Which wllho offer for sole' at tho Lowcbt Possible Rates,
From the I st of next month.
All oidcr will meet with prompt attcntjon,
Asbestos Steani Packing' !
For eociing Boilcri and i
A Fresh. Lot Just Received,
' - And for ti.de in lots to.suit.by i
317 lm Theo. II. vieK & Co.
Old City Market;!1
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No. 103 Nunanu Btrcet,
NEWLY flJViyi3L :
G. J. Waller, Proprietor.
Telephone... " ...No.SeU
Always on hand and for salo5'
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veai;
Lamb, &c, &c. ' '
Order received by lelephouc, or other.
v,ac, up toB o'clock ovcty evening.
Delivery cm ts will in futuic iui to nil
parts of the city and sub-nibs,
317 Gj.o, Oavakao.1I, Mun.igci. r
No. 0 Queen stieet,. , Pish Market,
Healer in clioicel
llrer, Vt-nl, Mutton, 1'lwli, Jti:, Ac.
Pumilyand Shipping Orders i:aioful)y(
attendud to. Livo stock funiMinl to
vessels at shoit uotico, and Ycgotahlcis
of all kinds supplied to order, 34U ly
ANYONE having a copy of J, W
Kauwald'H "Foimllook" to dis
pose of, will llud a purchaser by bending
J. ty. tttB'wTHW'i!Ooj.-j
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THACHElr 8 ' "
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lil. 1-Jla ll
D01TT BELIEVE ITJTJBT T1Y IT.
J tHw Jti't
Hay, OatsBran, ,&c.',' J
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an'd'will be filled with dispatch. 348'
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THE LARGEST AND MOST COMT
IN TOWN. . i, .
The finest Horses io bo fotind' in any
drayage business lh'the cliy.' ' ' '
Hoio Is a chance for an active andi ac
commodating young man thntlhas ' ,
a littlo capital to' invest and) ')
make a good'liviiig.
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This offer is open for two weeks. f .
For terms and particularsripply to '
U. II. JtOllKHTNOS,
At llroYpr feCo's.
Honolulu, March 1 ltlt, 1883. t 048 2w-
THE OLD OQBER
Hart Biios., : : " rroprlctoiai
Served up in first-class style nt all hour
iVc, &o. Also,
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