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THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883.
THI3 DAY'S DOINUS.
wllawliim Council, No. G8D, 700.
Grand Literary and Musical En
tertainment, to be foloowccl by u
.Social, at Fort HI. Church, at 7.:II0.
"St. Andrew's Cathedral, Holy
Week Ken-ice, 7:30.
The cricket match.
. -The weather was extremely pro
pitious, being neither too hot nor too
wet, the ground was in lino condi
tion, mul everything seemed to eon
spire to make the day n pleasant one.
At the appointed time, 11 :30, every
thing was not ready, aud the busi
ness of the day was not begun till
12:30. This gave the few visitors
present an opportunity to admire the
location and the arrangements. A
neat little marquee had been erected
for the scorers ; benches and veran
dah chairs under the shade of the
trees formed cool retreats for all not
actually engaged in the field, and
the bpreail of snowy linen gave am
ple security that all creature wants
would be attended to. Admiral
Lyons acted as Umpire at one wick
et, and Mr. Ilcnson at the other.
The Swiftsure team went to the
wickets fit-ht, Lieut. Evan-Thomas
and E. T. Ncnl going in together.
They stayed well together until they
had accumulated 21 runs, when the
gallant lieutenant gave an opportu
nity for a catcli off II. "Whitney's
bowling to V. Lishman. The op
portunity was not missed, and Mr.
Evan Thomas had to go out, having
made the .respectable score of 17.
Captain Aitchison took his stand be
fore the stumps next, and some
pretty play was seen by the on-lookers.
After this runs were made very
evenly. Mr. Lishman securing
t'io greatest number of wickets'
When the Honolulu team went in
they were soon disposed of for 27
runs. The Swiftsure team went in
for their second innings, getting 49
runs with a loss of 4 wickets
when the time was called. During
the afternoon the Band from the
Swiftsure played some excellent
music. His Majesty and suite ar
rived on the' ground before 4 p.m.
E. T. Neat 1C
II. Dawson 7
- ' rainier 1
. A. Dawson "
r - Byes 3
:" '' Total 71
" "llONOI.UU' TIIAJI.
W: LishniRii 8 '
A. (J. Ellis...' (I
J. Lishman 2
- J. II. Wudchoiibc II
V. II. W. lloss 2
. MosMiiau , 8
..Capt. A. B. Haley 4
Guy "Wodehouse .' I)
A Kniythc '1
.1. Lycctt I)
,, JI. "Whitney 0
Leg-byrs .' . . . 2
Tuesday, March 2(1.
Hong Cliiug, assault and battery;
vol, prof, SV. Weisbargh, assault
and battery; discharged. Hiiawcna
apo, assault and battery; fined $5
and 1 costs. IJilu and Iloopii,
ufl'ray, forfeited; $10 bail each. Ka
laau and 'Kannaana,' drunks, for
feited ti bail each.
"Wednesday, Marc)i -21.
Peter and 1'aie, drunks, forfeited
G bail each. Kon Mahuka, assault
and buttery; fined fc."5 and $11 costs.
G. Patterson, violating llulu 0 Ex.
iiress Kegulatious; fined $u hiiiI f ii.'O
Monday, March 19,
'A. V. Cooke vs. Kulaj " dcsPiting
contract service ; ordered to return
to employer, costs S).
Wednesday, March 21.
A.'Siticluir vs. Geo. Taylor, con-
tinned from the 1 1th ; judgment for
plaintiff for 825, costs 5.93.
J. Nott & Co. vs. T. 11. Murray,
continued from the 14th. No ap
pearance for defendant. Judgment
for plaintiff for $17.78, costs 3.50.
J. Correia vs. J. fsilva, continued
from the lGth; suit discontinued,
J. E. Wiseman vs. J. W. Luning,
action of assumpsit for $25 ; con
tinued till the llh April.
.7, Goldstein vs. .1. 11. Grant, con
tinned from the 7th ; suit discon
tinued, costs 2.25.
The Iwalani brought 1,2011 pkjrs,
the Wnilolo l,l7 bags, the Luka
2,000 bags, the Waioli 958 bags
The Ninito took 50 tons salt, 1
case brandy, and I ease port.
The Dakota took 8,789 bags and
23!1 kegs sugar, 102 bbls molasses,
20 belies bananas, 903 bags rice,
24 bags coll'ee, 3 cases spirits domes"
tic value $57,532.75.
The Amy Turner arrived yester
day, 151 days from Boston.
The Solina took yesterday 12,3138
bags sugar, weighing 1,334,234 lbs,
()G5 Dryhides, 77 calf skins. Dom es
tic value 91 ,12 5.93.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Don't forget the Literary and Mu
sical Entertainment at Fort Street
A lime barrel filled with small
pieces of lumber, was lying in the
middle of King street near the
corner of Fort street, during a gtcat
part of yesterday.
Mrsiw. Hurt Bios., have aOihjd to
the convenience of their patrons at
the Old Corner restaurant, by put
ting up scats outside, where their
guests may sit 'and enjoy a pipe or
cigar after meals.
Admiral Lyons, accompanied by
Major Wodehouse, paid a round of
visits on Tuesday to the Queen's
Hospital," Oahu Gaol, and the Luna
tic Asylum. They also visited Her
Majesty the Queen Dowager.
Dui:i.'(i the last few days, an old
wooden store on Nuuanu street,
below Kingstrcet, has been gradually
torn down. If any building is to
re-place this it must be fire-proof,
according to the law passed in the
Tin; lamp-post at the corner of
Fort and Merchant streets has al
ways been a source of complaint 1o
drivers, as it was too far in the
street. Yesterday it was taken
down, aud now the lamp is allixcd
to the verandah of the One Price
Tin: demolition and repair of old
buildings is going on in .all direct
ions. King street seems to be es
pecially busy in this directions, as
several building between Fort and
Nuuanu, are being finished or
repaired and, at tin corner of Ala
ken street, some shops aro being
Wi: desire to call public attention
to the fact that Messrs. B..F. Elders
& Co., will close their establishment
on Thursday evening, the 22ud inst.,
and it will remain closed until Mon
thly morning, the 2Gth inst., on
which latter date they will be
prepared to display thoir latest
importations. . Their Dressmaking
Parlors will be found cipuil to the
best in San Francisco.
A Biikmi-.x paper contains an item,
of which the following is a transla
tion: "In the windows of Messrs.
Koch & Bcrgfcldt nn exceedingly
beautiful and rich piece of silver
woik ftom the establishment of
these gentlemen is now on view, be
ing u huge centre-piece with two
side-dishes. This magnificent silver
ware is intended for the King of the
Hawaiian Islands. The inscription
bears the date of the Coronation,
Feb. 12th, 1883. We reserve a more
complete mention for the future."
OwiKo'lo illuess MnG. F. Wells
has sold out his business to Messrs.
Lycan & Johnson for 15,000.
These gentlemen propose to carry
on the business as heretofore', but
they, will improve it in every possi
ble way, Ab an evidence of this
they have arranged with Mr. Wells,
who is going to travel in Europe, to
make purchases on then- behalf of
the most novel and suitable things in
the various markets. Mr. Lycan is
well-known to us all, so that wc only
assert n known fact when wc say
that the business will lose nothing in
Yr.sTi:siAr morning, at the wharf,
aB , the Kwiftsurc's Band was going
on board, the beating of the drum
startled a horse belonging to an ex
press. The driver had jiift got out
and was getting a rope to tic up his
horse, when it stalled to run. Ho
grasped it by the reins, but the hc-ul-plcco
came oil aiulthchor.se got away.
In turning round it upset the carri
age and broke up the top. The ex
press was a new one.
West Maui (Correspondence.
(rrom Our Own Cineiiiinli:ii.)
Tin: Celestial who paid a fine a
few weeks ago for selling liquor
without the necessary authority, is
again before His Honor. He is
charged this time with furnishing
his vile decoctions to some Lahaina
luiia boys. From lack of a wealthy
and willing friend ho will stay at
the government boarding-house until
his trial, which will take place next
week. , . (
The steamer "Kapiolani," alula
"J. II. Black," has been bought for
the use of Lahaina Plantation. She
is now Iving at Lahaina.
THE VERY BEST QUALITY
Only 50 cents per dozen
to lie Imtl at
Steam Candy Manufactory and Bakery,
I'o-moi-oAv, Good Xrida.v,
Prom o a. m. to .1 p. in.
Hotel between Fort ami .Nuuanu St
A Degrtc fleeting
OF ALGAltODA LODGE, I. O. GfT.,
will be held, at its hall noUSATUH.
DAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock. All
degree members aro requested to attend.
li'-l1- Secy, ino. tern.
rriHE undci Mailed lias sold his entire.
i bushiest ctalili-limcut ;it No-. 10.1
and 107 Foil street, to Lvcan it .Jonu.
t-ox, tbo will rolled all bills duu him,
and also pay nil claims .igainst the late
proprietor. Thanking the public for the
past liberal pntionnpc, I would bespeak
for my Micccssdrs a continuance of the
wimp. GEO. F., WELLS.
March 17tlil&W. 8r5 lw
rjHE undersigned have this day enter.
X cd into a Co.paiincihip un'der the
linn tide of Lycan & Johnson, and hav
ing purchased the establishment of
George F. "Wells, No. 103 aud 107 Foil
street, have lu-siuncd all his liabilities
and will collect his dues and conllnue to
supply the public with UiCMiine line of
goods en' nc I by the lalcpiopi-Ictor. "Ve
would n spcntfully fo'iclj n continuance
of the ,s! me generous palroiiiigs which
was refcived by our p-edecessor.
Mi cli l"th, 1880. Hot lw
DUMNG my absence from this King,
dom, Mr. A. Gahtuxjumk) will act
for me under a full Tower o Attorncv.
, , O. J. PIS II EL.
Honolulu, Match 15th, lSdil. nil) ''w
1 A LA.D1ES tor the '
J-17 JrvHMmakiii Pui'lni-N.
Apply iuuuc'diatrily to
D.'F. EHLKHS & Co.,
1151 41 Fort street.
'ltom'ovnl Notice. " !-'
p ()., HKUfiEH respectfully an
J noiincesthat he Iiih iijnioved his
olllee to No.'-HMcrcbiiut street, formerly
occupied by Dr. lloH'mann, next door to
lUshop (fcCoNHiink,nnd nearly opposite'
the Central Tclcphouu Olllcc. tl.Vl ;it
LadieB Benevolent Society.
rpiIERE will be a, meeting of the' La
X dies' Benevolent Society on Thui.
day afternoon, at JJ o'clock, A full at.
tendance is c.irne.slly vu picMed, In the
evening them will bo a Mu-ical and
Literary Eiiiertniiiment, as usual follow
ed by a Social. On l'ii occasion the
Literary and Musical purl will take a
new fin m. Thoso who listened a shoit
tinio agotoMr. CriiuiiVlecliu'e, cntlLled
"Kings of Men, or Success in Life,"
will leinenibcr Unit it wa a good lee,
tare and worthy of a better audience.
This lecture was ho well liked Unit Mr.
Cruz.in was urged to icpeat 11, and ho
has kindly consented to do so for the
benelit ol Hie. Ladies' Jeievolenl So.
oicly. The admission fee Is purposely
made very small for adults, y.j cents:
for childien under 11, 15 cents 1'ho
Literary Enteitalnment will bo held in
thu audience room, ,qf.t lid Church, and
aftei winds ltofrcnhments will be served
doun stairs, us usual. We coidiiilly in
vitu the roinnnmity generallv, of nil
kindreds, tribes, and people'' if( kuiiini
nas and the " Mrn Hirers within our
gales," and wt'prouiisyyoira'wiiiiirwel.
conic. you at
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BOLLETBN I OF NEW GOODS!
Howo'm MtnudiU'iI Mcnlo.s, cndoiscd by the United States
Government. Scales for nil purposes, Dormant
Warehouse' Scnlc, 'fce.',v.e.
Anew antl eirefully selected assortment of
CliitiitlciicrM, JanipH, and XautlcriiM.
Carriage Lamps of most nppiovcd American patterns.
Plows nml Agricultural Implants
Tlie largest niiely to he found
on the Islands.
GLOllULAU & STHEET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD A; PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Mngnoso-Oiilcito Eire Proof Safes,
I ' .Tcfo-1 Cases and Aloud Cases.
Ala test of the fire proof iualltlm;or the Magno-Cnleltc.'hcldon IheVhriiMol
ncanhe City Hall, Sail Francisco, Nov. 27th, n plle.of about a cord.pt pitch-pints
wood whs prepared, and live gallon of tar pouted over it. A mnnll iron chest, with
n 1 Inch lining of Magncso-caloite was placed in the centre of the pile and the
mass set lire to. After the cbol had been kept nt a red licnt for nn hour( it whr
taken from the lire, cooled with water, and opened, and the contents, consisting of
papers and circulars, weie found in n perfect slate of preservation, being not nt nil
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a tritlihg smell of smoke.
We, this undersigned, were present id the above test, nmbsaw the box opened,
and wc ccitify to the "peifcct preservation of its contents. The, entire test was per
fectiy satisfactory to us. II. L. Donor., (of Dodge, Sweeney &C'o.); C. HmLaon,
A publfc test ol tho quality ol thoso goods will ho made at an early date.
Reciprocity Eelations Rather .Revivifying
'iklween the llawalinn Islands and, tho United Stales, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
-T. 153. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent tind General
Business Agent, '
Offlce.'in'Mcrchnnt stieet, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Ileal Estate llrokcr in thcKingdoin.
Lhnd and pioperly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and renl in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. . '
YOU OATV D3TJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THAGHER'S
Now lOi'iija; iS'tovc,
THAjS, ANY OTHEIt STORE IN TOWN".
Ma lm , , 86r;iF YOU DOIT.T BELIEVE IT, JU8T1TBY IT.
Begs to inform his friends and the, Public Generally, that
he has made Complete Arrangements for
Securing a' '
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Braii, &c, ..
Ofthe VerylJeMt Quulity, .,
Which ho will oiler for sale at the Lowest Possible Kates,
r . From the I st of next month.
All orders will meet with prompt attention, and will be filled W"ith dispatch. 3 IS
HAS REMOVED his Office niul lei.
deuce to the
(.'(ir. of KIcIiiii'iIh nml Itcri'tnuin Sts.
Oi'i'icn Houits 8 to 10 n.iii.; 1 to :!
:l."l p.m.: K:;!0 to 7:110 i.m liiu
SALAMANDER ! .
AsbestoH Steam Packing I
, For covering Hoileis and
A Freshi Lot Just Received,
. -,-AntWo'r Slo in lots to suit liy-, -reJ
317 lm Theo. JI. DnvicM A Co.
Old City .Market!
Io. 103 Nuuanu Slieet,
js'io'vvj-iY iiavivioi :
U.J. Waller, Piopriclor.
Telephone No. 2ijf).
Always on liniid null for sale ,
Prime IJcci', Mutton, Voal,
Outers received by telephone, or other,
wise, up lot) o'clock every evening.
Delivery eartH will in future run to all
parts of thecily and siiliurln.
Hi! Oi:o. OavanAiiii, Maunder.
No. 0 Queenistrect Fish Market,
Dealer in rholce-t
llei-r, Vfnl, Mutton, 'iMli,"rl. Av.
Family ami Shipping Orders canifullv
attended to. Live stock iurnUhed lb
vessels at shoil notice, and Vegetable
of al kiiuU supplied to order, 010 ly
THE LARGEST , AND MOST COM'
i - PLEfE ' .,dl
The iiiiest Horecs to' lw found .in any
drayao busiiic-;iri Ihc city. ' ' ,'
Hero is a chance for' an active anil ae.
commodatiiig young man tliatlias ,
a littlo capital to invest niul '
make a good living.'
This oiler is open for twp wc'ek'fv ,
For teims mul particulars apply to
a. ji. JtoiujiTsox, '
At ll(cwcr& CoV.
Honglulu, March 11th, ma. MS 2w
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THE OLD CORNER
Hakt Hros.; : i rroprictoi's
Served up In flr.st-clnss style at Hll ,oura
Open from 2 a. m, to, If) p, m. , , ,
Always oil hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&o,, &c, AIho, .
icetl XftriulcFi'!" '"'
'ntii in' ' n lm "' iniiAi i 'i n ' I'iiii iniiiiTiii
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