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Vf.K. JOSEPH STUAUT l authorized
lTX to collect nil accounts iluc Tiik
DviiiY Buixr.ils, on and ijftcr tHU date,
whose receipt for the -nine will lie Mini.
Daily Bum.ktix Office,
Honolulu, Feb. UUh. 1883.
FHIDAY,' MARCH 2!$, 1883..
THia DAY'S DOINGS.
St. Andrew's Cathedral Good
Fiidtiy.: Antc-Coninninioii, 6:30 a.m.
Matin's, 11 a.m. ; Meditation on the
Seven Words, 2 im. j Kvonsong,
' Catholic Cntlicdr.il, Kcligions Ser-
vice, at 10 o'clock.
XjuHc' Prayer Meeting at Fori St'
Cl)urcli, at 3 o'clock.
Catholic Cathedral," Station of the
- Cross, nt 3 o'clock.
Imp. Order of Itcd Men, at 7:30.
Morning; Star Lodge, K. of J. at
"'Catholic Cathedral, English Ser
mon, at 8 o'clock.-
On Wednesday night the Govern
ment building was crowded with
the recipients of invitations to the
above, notwithstanding the fact
that some stayed away for religious
reasons and others for political ones.
It was noticed though that our "up
per crust" was represented only by
u smalt proportion.
Long before 8 o'clock guests
began to arrive and were driven up
to the front of the building through
the avenues of coloured lanterns
depending from the trees and piclc-
.'ots, and cresset torches' stuck into,
'the ground at intervals. The front
f the building was also illuminated.
The effeot of the illumination was
not so great as it would have bcoh
if nature herself had not thrown the
silvery light of her lamp over every
thing, dimming the feeble handiwork
of man. Inside the various office's
on the ground-Qoor were utilized as
dressing, retiring, nnd 'smoking
rooms and the Legislative Hall was
reserved for the dancers. A numer
ous floor and reception committee
attended 'to the wants of each
From S o'clock t the loccption
bcgan in the .Legislative Hall, the
guests being received by the Minis-
. tcrs and. their wives, and then
paying then- respects to Their
Mnjesties wio weie both present."
At a little after half-past eight the
floor was cleared for the Uoyal Quad
lille. Then the remainder of a very
nicely arumged programme was gone
'through and nfew additional dances
onriied on the cnjoyinent 'till about
1 : lo a.m. Supper was called at mid
nigh't.'nnrt was vcryHastcf ully nri anged
in the room makai of the dances. It
was asliico'a supper as due would
wislJ (o have. '
The liall-iooin was beautifully and
rtnntifiijly decorated with flags of, v:i-
rioiis nations, so arranged as not to
' hide the portraits of Hawaiian Royal
ties and Celebiities on the walls. All
the decorations were we believe arr
anged under the directions of Mr.
J. .A. Hassingcr and were the best
wc have seen in this City.
Those who went had a real "gqod
. lime, and the consensus of opinion is
that the Ministry succeeded in get
ting up u most enjoyable entertain
ment for the Admiral and hid olllcers
which will enable them to carry
away the latest memories of Hono
lulu as pleasant ones. '
iAmbagious pleonasm. '
At laql wc linvc discovered a man
who knows how lo write elegant and
discuisivc Knglish. The account of
the Ministerial UalJ given in our
daily contcniporaiy's issue of yester
day is'too utterly too. It is quite
loo soulfully pel feet to hear the,
concatenations of words that he has
Htriing together, ,, Just lead this nnjl
say whether anything could be more
sublimely ridiculous :
" TJio sight f tfiip array t
'utiles was jiot'6nly nppetUing but
fair to look upon. It may be doubt
ed whether ,nio)c elegant cuibcneand
more delicious' edible delicacies have
ever been morq-Ujoioughly relished
by u similar festive company. The
cvldcut zest and satisfaction with
which the guests pnttdok of the
banquet evinced the taste and judg
ment of those who designated it."
The whole aiticle is iiko a lovely
mosaic, but this gem is too perfect to
be allowed to remain -along with the
rest of the. , bosh of the .writer who.
INCIDENTS AT KAUAI
Seem to be rather more numerous of
late than usual. By the nnival of
the Jam'cs Makee We learn that a
heavy .westerly swell has washed
down tlo whnrf it Kilauca, so that
she was unable to load any sugar
theie. At Hanalci tlrc schooners
Uilnnia and Kckauluolil weie lying
in port, and the swell caused them
to knock against cacli other till the
one has a largo opening in one
side, . and the other is bai
ly damaged. The Hanalei mail was
brought to Honolulu from Kilauca
by the James Makcc.
, SHIPPING NOTES.
The Nettie Merrill brought) 0G8
bags, and the Makcc 2,937 bags
sugar, and ID bagsstarcli.
The Maria E.. Smith will sail for
San Francisco, early next week.
The Martha Davis is to leave Bos-i
ton June 1st, instead of Juno 15th.
The Amy Turner brought 4,100
cases oll?l 10,128 bdls castings. S:c,
720 pkgs boat'timbciy &c, 270 kegs
nails, &c, 602 coils rope, C,728 cs
nidse, and JOG pieces ash timber.
local & General items.
YusTKitnAY was the 8Gth anni
versary of the JJtnpcror of Germany's
Tjik mail for San Francisco per
Forest Queen, . closes" at the Post
Office at 11 o'clock this morning.
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Tins day is the sacred anniver
sary of the death of onv Saviour.
Services. will be held in the Anglican
and Roman Catholic' Cathedrals. ,
Yesterday afternoon the flag-pole
in front of Mr. J. W. Pfluger'a resi
dence, on Queen street, was blown
down by the force of the wind.
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At the Cricket Match, the betting
of Lieut. Thomas, the bowling of Mr.
Dawson, and the general fielding of
the Swiftsure's team were worthy of
. . .
The arrangements for hack-drivers
at the Ball, made by" Mr. "V. S.
Woml, allowed everybody to alight
in comfort and to get away without
any trouble. This is as it ought to
The following Services ovill be
conducted at the Catholic Cathedral
this day ((Jood Friday): Religions
Services, at 10 a.pi. Station of the
.Cipss, at.) p.m. English Sermon,
Yr.si r.iti) vv the Swiflsurc depnitcd,
carrying with her as gentlemanly a
set of olllcers as have ever visited
here. Wc wMi them n pleasant and
safe voyage and as jolly a time ab
they have had jn Honolulu.
The following ' isf tile score in the
Swiftsure's second1 innings, omitted'
in yesterday's ieuic for want of,
room: A. Dawson 2; Scroggs, 2;
Palmer,' f 9; Goldfinch, 0- Evan-.
Thomas, 3G (not out) j Neat, 7,(not
out) ; byes, 8 ; leg-byes, 2 ; wide
balls, 2 ; total, 03.
Vi: wpuld like to draw tlicj Road .
Supervisor's attention to a nasty
little place in Queen street, on the
makai side and just beyond West's
Cmriage Factory. The giiltcr has
tbcen made so deep in'thlsspot tli.it
if the wheel of u caningo weie to
get into it tho caningo would inevit
ably ovei turn. This danger is espe
cially liable at night to diiveis un
acquainted witli that spot.
Wk regret to cluoniclc tho death
"ofi'nn old resident. Ono hyonc the
veiy meniotics, even, of tho eaily or
der of things in these islands mo dy
(ingjut theeycwitnessei, oft,tJipearly
scenes pass away, Mr. C. Titcoinbc
died about 0.3Q on Wednesday even
ing at hjs residence on Liiha .Street,
aged about 80 years. The late Mr.
Titeombo was ' a native of Boston,
Massachusetts, wcbqlievo, and .was,
well-known on Kauai.
Ouk Honolulu boys got badly
beaten at the Cricket i match on
Wednesday, nnd, although many
excuses may be made for the fact,
the chief reason is, no doubt, want of
practice,' If, thuu, they ever expect
to win a mntch against a yowl team,
tiiey initBt practice regulnrly"a"ncl
thoroughly, nnd take a little mpro
interest in the life of their club.
On Easter Monday evening,
March 2Gth, will bo given in St.
Andrew's Cathedral, n Carol or
Hymnal Service, compiled by the
Bishop of Honolulu. The music
will bo tendered by the boy choir
of lolani College, under direction of
Mr. Wray Taylor, who will also play
three of four selections on the organ.
The service will commence at 7:30
iM.,..atid evory body is cfer.dinlly,
invited to attend.
Wk desire to call public attention
to the fact that 'Messrs. 13. F. Elders
& Co. closed their establishment
on .Thursday evening, tho 22nd inst:,'
and it will remain closed until Mon
day morning, tho 2Gth inst., on
which latter date they will be
prepared to display their latest
importations. ' Their j Dressmaking
Parlors will be found equal to the
best in Snu Francisco.
. The gymnasium is attracting all
those who would learn lo be and
keep stiong in this climntc: '
If voit're nninus for to thine,
lu tho high athletic line,
A n srymniist hold anil mre
Take ji toddle up Fort sticel,
Askinp every soul you meet,
Till you ifnd the gymnast's- lair.
"Latest Foreign News.
London, Maich 10th.
The Times says : Wo hnvo good
reason to (believe the inquiry , Sow
"proceeding "will implicate the Land
League beyond doubt in the immedi
ate patronage in Ireland, even f it
'does, establish! its diiect connection
with the Invmciblcs. The 'flight of
ratiick Kgan, unless explained, is a
moral aeknowledgmelit of guilt, from
the damning, consequences, of which
none of liis associates can,' escape,
unless Egan can clear his own and
his associates' characters.' 'We; shall
not be surprised to learn, that the
lcadeis pf the Land League, who still
remain in the United Kingdom may
shortly find it convenient to follow
A largo party gathered, to witness
the trial here to-day of the electrical
train car. It. ran a distance of four
miles 'satisfnOtbrily, nnd' fulfilled the
rcqtihentcnts of tho Board of Trade.
""Wonted, to 1'nrclinNO,
A PAIR of GOOD RAT-TEHIUEUS.
Address " lUrrEn," Daily Bui.i.k
tik Ollce. 3S0 Ut
ONE 5-INCH SUUVEYOH'S l'RAN
81T (complete), now nnd'ln per
fett order. Apply to A
;)00 lw M. 1. oxsviirat, Surveyor.
" Variety the Spice of Ztfc."
SPEEM OIL !
We have on hand
Put up in 5 gall, tins
' and cases of 10 flails.
, , , KACII, OF
0lejar qnd Pure SJperm Oil
Taken by tho HOrcn," "Louisa' nnd
"Mary & Helen," which will be
C!ATn .V4.r rt-nnnam nnrnna
&7MJLT UV Jf iiOX MTXXJMiia
. r ll,lf ." '
- i r-uv
Castle' & Cooke.
THE' VERY BEST QUALITY
Only 50 cents per dozen
to bo had at
Steam Candy Manufactory and'Bakery,
To-morow, Good lrldily,
Frolu Tin. in.'ioSn. m, '
Hotel between Fort and Nuimnii Std.
Fort and Nullum
Sii lt.. .
i A LADIES for tho
Apply immediately to ' '
Mi II Fori bli cut.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
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lloire's tStnndnrd Mcnlon, endorsed by the United 8tatcg
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scnlen, &6.,&c.
t Anew and cHrcfully !-clectcd nssortment of
Chtiuclclicrtx, TJivmpw, tinl Lanterns.
Cmriage Lamps of mot Approved American patterns:
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The Inrgefit vniltty lo be found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery, , (
The Magnoso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes,
ii't .1 Jewel Cases nnd Bond Cases. ,
At a test of the flro proof qunlltlca of the Mngncso-GnlcHeheld on'the snnddot
near the City llidl, Sim Prnnelsco, Nov. 27th, n pile of about a cord pt pitch.plna
wood was prepared, nnd tlye gallons of tar poured over1' it.' A smnll'iron chest, with
a 1 inch lining of Mncnco-cilollc was placed in ,tho centre of he pile nnd tho
innW set lire to. After the chest had been kept at n red heat for nn hohr, 'It wn
taken from the lire, cooled with water, nnd opened, and tho content,' consisting of
papers and circulms, were found in a perfect sjnteiof preservation, ,boing,not at all
discolored, onlvsllchtlv w.itin. nnd hnvinc a trlflins smoll of smoke. '.
i . ,Wc,itJic undcr.-ugucd.iwcrc present, at tile above tcM, and1 saw the box opened,
and wo certify to tho perfect preservation. its contents. The, entire, test was, per.
fcctly satisfactory to us. H. L. Dodqe, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C II. Latoh,
and others. - .. . ' i (
,A public test ol the quality of these goods will bo made at an early dalo. , , ,
Reciprocity Relations Rather -Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islnnds.and the United States, and ,'t ji ,.
between the Hnwniianilslnnds nnd hi it'
J. E . yVr I , ES M J'TV", " "l;"iU
" Heal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business Agent, ' ' ' ' ' M ,'
Ofllco,'27 Merchant sticct, - , . Hawaiian Gnzoc.Block.
Tlic only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom. i .''
Land nnd.propcify for pale in all parts of Honolulu nnd tho various IslnndB. "'
Houses to lcaie nml rent in, Honolulu and suburb. ' , ' i'
Booms to rent, en suito or 8lnglc,"throughoul' Honolulu. , i c t i
YOTTi C.TY ,3BTTY' '
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25 per cent
TSe-w Drug Store,
TflAN.ANY OTHER STORE.IN TOWN; ' ' ' ' ' "1
'ORE. IN TOWN; ' '
J'"' I ' M ' ' ' v fl
M& IF YOU
i H '. - i s - r ' t
Begs to inform his" friends and the Public Generally, jthat
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HE HAS MADE COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS FOR , ,),
i .i . securing: a ' ' " "
' I . I ' I
Constant Supply of Hay, ,'Ots, 3rn, &'c.,
, , . " i 's 'u ' I ' i ' l'
,PL' tlio Very BcM.ttQufUfrty, , . j
Which ho will offer for Fnlc
, s i
From the I st
All orders will meet with prompt'nttcnllon,and will bo filled with dispatch. Sit
HAS HEJIOVED his Olllcfc aiul'Rcsi.
deuce to tho
Cor. of ItlclmnlN nnd Ilcrotnnln ftw.
Okkick Ilount S lo in ii.in.-, 1 to 8
331 p.m.; tt:i!0 to 7:30 p.ni Jim
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Asbestos Steam Packing!
For covering Boilcru and , ,
Steam Fipes, , ,
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
fAfl'd for Salc.In lots, lsujby "
317 lin TIteo. H. Davieit A Co.
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Old City Market!
No. 103 IiiUanii Street,
51- i M )
i NEWLY KIQ"Vi:Vil3I I
jj G. J, Waller, Proprietor. '
Telephone No, 2b0.
Always on li'wu'l and for .sale
Prinio Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, &c, &.c.
Oidcrbi'prelvcd by tejephone, or other
'wise, up to 8 o'clock every evening.
Delivciy carttiwill In future mil toiall
parts of the ulty and Biiburbs.
847 GV0, OiVANAdit, Mmiugcr.
No. 0 Queen hired. Fih JIurku;,
Dealer in choicest
liter, Vrni; THuUon,- PlnhV r., r.
Family and Bblpplng.Orders cnrrfnlly
attondcdi to. Live fliook furnished to,
voxels at short notice, und .Vcgclnhlcst
of all kinds buppllcd lo order. 1310 ly
' ; .. ii . i r'i.ij
Cheaper at '- . i
t Ji .iii . i.
i i )iff
D01T,T -BELIEVE IT, JUST TATf IT.
at thc.LowestPbssible Ra'tcs.
I . l' I H I ! I
of next month.'
,TIIE .LAnOST, AND, MOST, pOM
PLEI'E' ',, ' ', '
' IN TOWN '
Tho fineU Horses to bo found in any
1 drayago buBinossln the city! ' '
Ucrc fa a clionco for an actlyc nnd ac.
a little pap))al tq invent nnd (
, mnke a good Hying.
This offer is bpori fdr'two weeks. '
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F.orcrms nnd particulars apply to
. H. ROBEHTNOX,
Xt Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, March 1 1th, 1883. ' 8 3 w
THE OLD CORNER
Haht Jlnos., j , i, PjroprletorB.
Served up in flrst-elnss style nt all Iioum
Open from 2 a. m. & 10 p. ii '
i Always on hand , , ,
&C, :c Also,
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L , h" n imi l- lit --ii irf in Avil rffi