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I j6T- Koticle. x;
IdOOSEPH BTUAltT Is authorised
.ItjLv lo collect "nil accounts due Tun
Dau.y Bum.ktik, on and after this ditto,
whose receipt for the Minns will bo ntifll
I)i!.v lltii.unis Office,
Honolulu, Fcl. lfllh, 1833.
"SATURDAY, MAIlCli 2lTl883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS,
t MORNINQ. .'
Auction .Sale of Lumber, etc., at
llu- Palace Grounds, nl 12 noon, by
hums & Levey.
AFTERNOON ' -
Hand nl Kiniiui Nipinre, at V;'M
', Algarobu Lodge, Dcgico Electing,
nt 7 o'clock.
(iospol Tcmiierancc 'Meeting nl
Ik'thel, at 7 :!(.
'Easter Eve: Ante-Communion,
(6:30 a'.m. ; Evensong, 7,:30 r.M.
Bethel, Kev. Dr.,, Damon, atll
Knster Services ntiKort St. Clnuch,
by .Kev. J. A. Curzan, morning and
Bible Class nt Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3 : 1".
Easter Sunday: Holy Communi
on,' choral (Hawaiian), G:!10 a.m.;
Holy Communion, choral (English)
7:30 a.m.; Matins, 11 a.m. ; Holy
Communion, (English), 12 m. ;
Evensong, 7:00 r.M.
Sunday SJioolTSxtfrciies at'Bctliel,
at !):ld u.'m.
Sunday School Exercises, at Knu
lnnknpili. at 10:30 a. m.
Funeral of the late C. Titconib,
at 1 p. nt1.
" kings op Men; or, Success
,., IN LIFE,"
Drew a fair audience to the social
on Thursday evening at Fort,&trcct
Church. About two-thirds of the
scats' were occupied. The entertain
ment began with an excellent organ
Solo, by Myron II. Jones, followed
by a vocal solo from Mrs. Crtu.ni,
who'ccitainly surpassed, all her pre
vious efforts in this direction. The
rendition was simply superb. ' ,
Mr. jCr'uzan, then mounted ;tlic
platform' And' introduced his subject
by a humorous anecdote of a cele
brated lecturer who, having deliver?
cd his lecture in one town, and hav
ing it reported in' full in 'the daily
newspaper, fclt.completcly disgusted
when, on going to another town and
delivering it again, he found a, .man
in the front row checking tof all he
said by means of this printed report
mid noting all discrepancies as they
For ages Kings, by Divine Eight,
have ruled the Wot Id. In England,
some two centuries ago, the, princi
ple was fought' for dividiug Ihccoiiiir
tiy into tw;o putties, and although
beheaded with Charles L the head
less trunk lived and fouglit' on' till it
was dtiven into exile with James II.
Still, although, the, nominal ruler, is
no longer bo by Divine Uight there
arc Kiusrabv Divine liislit to-duv.
Who i tiles England to-daj ? Is it
crowned Victoria or unci owned
Gladstone? ""Who rtifcsthc Fiussia of
to-day V Empctor William or Bis
marck Kinglby Divine Uight? Aye,
in all times iiul till ages the voice of
God and "the people have called
from their obscurity men who were
aunoiuted Kings by Divine llight.
Moses came from his Hocks and
herds in Midian to rule over Jstael,
itobcrt Burns from his plow-handles
to 'rule the hearts of men with his
poesy, Hugh Miller, Geo, Washing
ton1, John Adams, Hancock, Ftaiik
liu, Lincoln, Grant, all these were
called in spccial'times to the Kingly
olllcc of tiding incip
- Kesolvo that you will lead' and not
be led, then you may) become a King
of men. Whop Napoleon placed his
brother on the throne of Spain lie
aid to hhu, " Bednastcr, whatever
you do." So I say to you,
It is as well here to recount a
few of the popular mistakes as to
-what is essential to success in this
direction, circumstances and jood
luck do not always make a King of
lueu. It may lumpen for a time,
but there must bo something else
along with it. Nor is it inhciitublo.
Nor will great genius do it. Some
of the grandest of men wero tho
dullest of boys, and most fiequently
your college genius never turns put
lit for uny tiling moic than a book
agent, NVIiat is nccost-ary is :
(1) Patient, persistent, hard woik.
This was illustrated by reference to
many inen ,wlio had jjeoir crowned
as King in their boveral walks of
life. Tho years of patient study
which Kea gave to the one charac
ter put Sir'Xjileti (J vert cuch the' con
stant application of Dickens, and
the iiuuicioiis other examples in
biography,' point this out as the Itrst
Concentration; those tiiou who
famous, have been
-w i i
snocinlists: thev lind one thtnsr which
was tneir nut, as jinvy wmi mo
safety-lamp, Wntt with the steam
engine, Ac. The innikbiuan who
aims at the whole target never hits
the bull's-eye. The Uussinns have
a movcrb that ''the man who hunts
' .. ' .. "..!.' . ...
two hares at the same time catches.
neither." Huur and the nieptcsible
and inimitable lloswoll were to
gether in tlio nit nt the piny. Dining
one of the intervals Uoswoll imitatedi
the losing of a cow. The audience
weip.delighted. , Cries of "Encore
th'e cow" were hoaid. lidswcll, de
lighted with lis hiiecess, tried to
imitate, tho squealing or n pig and
the crowiil-r of a cock, but failed
miserably. The audieiife now hissed
instead of applauding, and Blair, in
a stage whisper, said "Stick to tho
cow, man, stick to the cow." All
these point to one thing stick to
that at which you arc best and con
centrate yourself on it.
(3) The need of earnestness is tho
next requisite. To illustrate this the
story of Cyrus V. Field's struggles
and defeats and his final tiiumplis in
his ondoavors to connect America
with Euiopo by tho first Atlantic
cable, was told.
' (4) The fourth requisite was
'Principles, not men," embodied in
the phrase. No man' can win whose
heart is not right. The world may
be mistaken in its judgment, but the
ciown will inevitably go at las to
the right man, as -witness the death
of John Brown, wlio, at the time of
his death, but thought that thoslavt
owneis had won the victory 1 But
the woild finally toio the laurels
fi oni their heads and plaeedlitiover
the martyr and grave of ''tho hero
whose soul had been "marching
along" to uctory.
After tho lecture was finished an
adjournment -was made to the
parlours below, where a very nice
social hour was passed. Coffee,
sandwiches and cakes were' Handed
round and the meeting did not break
up till about 10 o'clock. Man'
strangers were present. " The litst
part was under the direction of Mrs'.
"yV. W. Hall, and the social under
the presidency of Mrs. J. A. Hopper.
i .' ',1. ' ' f'
Of the order of excieiscs of the
Quarterly' Exhibition bf the Kauma
kapili Sunday Sehbol',"Mnr'ch ' "i5th,
1883: . ' ' I
Chorus "Pnli-eYe the. Lord"
EIiilitioii. District of Iwilei
" " " Mncninc
" ", " P.ilnuui
I'" ' 'Pa'uoa, "
Clioiu'i. ""What a friend I havc.ln Jesus'"
Ehiliition. Y.M.C. A. of Ktiuinnkiiplli
" District " .Kikilnilc
" " ' ,IIolokaluitia
" " " Auwaioliiiuf
CHINK It XOl U'l.s 1-0UTIIU WLLK.
Choui. Piucious Knine,
Exliibjition. Distriit of Puukolo
' " " Ka.ikcunm
, " " '' Waikiiluilulii
" " " Honolulu AVnena
Choi u. "Sin;,' it out witli a nhout,'.'
nr.NT.nCTiox. f i
i PAPA KUHIKUHI
No na liana o ka lloike Iinpaha nin
Kaunialvapili, Itlurnki 2"), 18y:J:
' fuw:. '
Hiineni Hui. "Hoom.iiK.ii Ae,"
lloike. Apana o l.wilcii
" " " I.li;m.lO
, " " " Pnhiiiin
" , " I'.iinU
Hinicni Hui."Kei kuu Ho i, Kuu Iesu In".
Huike. Ahuluii Opioitio o Kmmiakupili
Apa'iwo Klkllmeu ,,
" " " Holoknliniin
" " " Auwaiollmu
-N OI,i:U) IIOOIAUA A KA' 1,UAI,kS!A.,
llliiienl Hui. '"Ino.i MnlknP'
Holkc, Ajliiiu o, Puukolo
" " " Knakopua '
" i'.," Walknlinltilii- - - -
" " , ',' Honolulu Wneiia
Hlnifiil Hui. '"Nu Malkal, Kuni ne,'
ruLi: noohlm. tA.
Eastbb at Port Street Ohuroh.
To-morrow morning, nt Fort
street Church, Pastor Cruznirvill
pi each an appropriate Kaster ser
mon. In the cveningtlio excellent
choir of' the Church, hugely aug
mented for the occasion, will give
an Kaster Praise .Service.. In addi
tion to the other cxetcises, and a
brief address by Mr. Cni.au',' tho
following musical selections will bo
"OhrM boitig iaNrd,"s(i...! Kfnv
"My lu-nil over faithful," li.idi
-t soi,o, jiy Mits. .ri k! )i Ntoni)'.
"Oh, be Joyful!",....., ,.Hiivdn
"Thnnks bu to God," ' Sudds
"I know that my lteduemei lives"
t ......... v . . . ,,. .Mmiiel
"HaiU, ten tlioii-aiid'Iulrp-. rninr voh'i-,"
( 1. " Audaulu coil
H.' nioto".. Schubert
Mr, Criiznii will be assisted in the
services 'by. Key. H. ,K. Bishop. The
I Cjiutch nillrtjc lubtefully devojMtv'd.
7 EMMA SQUARE OONCCRT. '
Tho Band will give a concert' nl
Emma Square this- nftcvndon, com-
menelng-at 1 :30 o'clock. Tho fol-
owing is the programme:
Match Mncottc Audi an
0 crturc Herlln'blfc , . . .Coin adl
Uucl-Troulinitnur'. .'....'. Verdi
Selection L.ist Days tif Pompeil.Pctrellii
Aralt7 Vienna Stories Strait's
Unlliul Moi nln Uoi'tlio cu
'StiMr Mukolii broui'lit 122 baKs
sugar, and Schr Kiiluua 1,02 bags.
The Ami Bnik Forest Queen
took cstcrdny M,"mO btijjs mijx.ii-,
weighing Liu V,? 45 lbs, 200 pkgs
Molasses containing 0,!)i() gallons,
alid J, 010 bags rice, weigliiug
11,000 lbs. .v, . . '
Tin: Whaling bark John Howlnml
ai rived yesterday, 5S days from Pa
niiniii. Sho dischnrgad (iOO barrels
yhale oil, 150 bbls. speiin oil, and
9000 lbs. bone nt Panama. She will
leave here on Monday for the Arctic.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tin: Offertory at St. Andicw'p
Cathedral, to-moirow (Easter Day),
will be devoted to the Organ Fund.
A vety handsome Oil painting,,
by a , Sau Francisco ni tist will be
on exhibition at J. W. Robertson &
Co's till Tuesdav.
1 Yr.sTi:uDAY huuicVohs' dogs' were
lying itcail or dying, from poison, in
the streets. It would be a good
thing if all the diseased and lllthy
ones were seized and destroyed by
the police. " ""
- r i-. . -.
Lyons & Lkviiv will sc.ll by auc
tion at the Palace Grounds this daj,
at 12 noon, all the lumber, scats,
&c, used in the erection of the am
phithcatic, also the handsome pavi
lion in which' -Their Majesties the
King and Queen were ciowncd.
Pkusons trayclling along King
btrect, between the Chinese Theatre
and the . Wl'iat .Ghccr House, , arc
still annoyed by the numerous holes
and ruts they have to avoid diiving
into, and at night it is impossible to
avoid them nil. Where is the lload
Supervisor? x- .
Tim rc-mnking ofHPrt- street,
'during the1 rams of -the last couple of
days, draws one's attention pain
fully to the fact that the Bystcln of
stject drainage in (Honolulu isv veiy
defectirc. '.'It seems todiave been
the object how to collect the water
in a puddle 'instead of carrying 'it off
into tho harbor. . . ,
Wk desire to call public attention
to the fact that Messis. 11. F. Elders
& Co. ,closedi,thoir establishment
on Thin sday evening, the 2;2iid inst.,
and it willtreiuaiii closetl until Mon
day morning, the 3(ith inst., on
which latter date they will be
picparcd to' display their latest
inipoitations. Theit Dressmaking
Pnrlois will be found cipual to the
best in San Fianoisco.
O.v Thursday evening Mr. and
Mrs,,, J. 4II. Wicko celebrated Hicir
silver wedding at their residence oij
Alakca street. Strains' of mirth and
melody idled the air till 10 o'clock.
The Hand played some of the nicest
dane'einusic we hnvo li-tcncd to in
IIoiiolulu. As the occasion was also
the birthday of thc.Empcior of Ger
many patriotic sentiments and music
were indulged Hi.
''piIE funeral of the late C. TITCOMB
-X will tako place' nt 1 o'clock p.m.
to-morrow (Sunday), from his late resi
dence, Lilllm hlscet.
,.,Friciid and acquaintances are ic
spect fully Invited to Attend.
A,lnrge Brown MARE,
heavy with fonl; no
biaud;i left hip drop.
X peil. Ttie nnilur will
t UU JIIUIUII(V lUWIllllUU
by leaving inforni.ition of her where,
abouth wib Ullllnsbani & Co.. or with
357 tw B. P. DILLINGHAM.
OX MIU.TANIA STltlSBT.
mljoliiIiiK the J)illiuham pie.
niUcs a bran new COTTAGE
never pcuiplqd. A jlltlc geiu of a
pjiiie. Just the spot for a nay home.
Teiiu icai,onable. Po-oou iiimif
dlnkly. Apply lo
i)r,7 y B. P. DILLINGHAM.'
A Chance for a Home.
TO LCT, OH PpH BALE,-
i3E'niit very pienniuiy situated
BBsSlinienilhis C'O'n'AtfE and out.
hou-esrecciitly occupied bvChailes T.
Dllliniihitm and family, on Pimahou st.,
adjolnftiL' I)i. Whitney'.-, and B. P. DIP
lliifduuirji. . Por uphibrHyof cliiiiato
mid de-iiabillly of location, the place is
liiii.iirpat.'.cd. Dudd'h bue-, 1 unto tho
adjoining coiner, Onliu College is near
and agrecabli! iieighbor.-.''ntake (Ills' a
very, rare chance. Purlher -Information
and keys furnished bv 1 1 " .
007 Iw B.F. DILUJWUAM
DILLINGHAM & CJO.'S' V '
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Hoiro'n Standnrt! Ncnlcs, endorsed by the United StntcB
Govcrrimcnt. Scales for nil pmpo-os. Dormant' 4
Wnreliome Scnles, &c., &ci
Anew and cnrcfully selected nssorlmcnl of
c3lmiHlo1iori, T-.uiii, uhl XiiuUci-jiip.
Cniii'igc Lamps of inot npprocd Anici lean patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl.ents
, . fThelnigesl laiietyto he found . '
on the I-damls.
GLOHUbAH & STUEET LAMPS;
HOUSE UMPl'intS, . .nn
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a, now disebvery,
mi y r ti 1 I t-A tt n en n
c ' in i n.tvnnso-1 in, fiiT.n
0 T ,
, , f '.'Jexvpl CnjcBinnd Eoiul Cases.
At a tc.t of the lite pi oof qualities ,of tho Magucao-Caluito, held on the sand-lot
irnr the CltyJHall, 8au Frant-iSorf, ov.Tlh, a pile of nhout a rord of pitch-pine
i ood was prepared, and live gallons of taV p Hired ove?'ltr'A srnall ifbn chest, with
a 1?. inch lining of Ma;ilcso-c.ilcilc wah placed in the centre of the pite,andith
mnsA Fi't tire to. After the chest had been kept at a red heat-for an hour, It wan
taken fiom the fire, cooled with water, and oicncil,nn(Itho content, ronlHnK"of
p ipcis and ciiculai-, were found in a perfect Ktute of, preservation, being not nt nil
dNcolnrcd, only Mis'litly warm", and barbie a trifling smell of smoke.
We, the iindersTgni;d,tweru piesetit at the above tcst,'nnd saw the box opened)
Siut' we 'certify to (be pei tout preservation of its contents. The entire test, wavper;
,fcetly s.itisf.mloiy to us. II. L. Donor., (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.)j C. H,,'Lato),
and othcis. ' f
A public test oftlho quality ol these goods will be made at 'an early date. '
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and ' ,ii
.r. J33. vi,ei3x3n, ;11,;;;1;,!
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General '
Business, A'gent, - t'.() 1,
Ofllce,52 Mci chant street, Haw aiiaiiiGactlc Block.
The only lctognied Ite.iliEjtate Broker' in the Kingdom. , , "u
T..ll,fl -mrt ,nni,iilv fni-Milf. in nil nfli ICnf irrimilltlu niwl Hinvurtmm TInni1.q. ' ""U
J.loucs 10 lease nnu rciuiin uonoitini anil suinirns.
Hoping to tent, en suite ot singlcjthioughoul Honolulu.
25 per cent
TVcW Jxxxs Mt5, , .n, 4 mi'
THAN ANY OTHER.STORE.IN.TOAYNiv ' ' " 3 ' ' -"" '" WAW
rt 'it' Ik rlf I ij.i-itft ' ii" 1 il'l.-li mhiM III ii-llll n' U rIV
m lm,r,IP M . , T ,Sr IF YOUiDONW P?LIEy;IT,.JfU.8l5 TaY,.U..
H?m' AGNE W
BEGS TO INFORM HI8 FRIENDS
HE HAS MADE COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
Constant Supply of
, OT lo Very
i 4 i i
Which ho will oiler for silc nt the Lowest Possible Hates,
From the 1st of next month. ,
All ordeis will meet with prompt attention, nnl w ill be filled with dispatch,
HAS ltBMOVED'hls'Omcound Kcxi.
dence to the
Jir. ar.ltlrharilH and Jlerctnnla HlH.
Oi'ficr. Houns to 10 n.ni.;.l o II ,
051 p.ip. : S -M to 7 ;Ul) pmi ibn
AsbostoH Steam racking!
For covciing Boileis and
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
i 'And ,for Salc'inflots to suit by, , Lq
017 lm Thco.IL JDavicw ACo.
Old City Market!
U.J. Waller, Ij-ppriclor.
Telephoiic, iNo. 289.'
Alway-i on linnit niul for pale
Prime Ueei", Milton, Veal,
L.inill, Ac, &c. f
Orderh ret elved by telephone, or other,
wise, up to 8 o'clock every'eeiiing.
Delivery carts will in future inn to all
pat is ot t lie city and suburbs.
317 Gko. OVv.NA(iii, Jlniiilger.
No. 0 Queen i.trect '. . . .Fish Market,
Dealer ill choicest
llorr, Vral, JMuton.-'ixh,.V.. At;
Family and rJlilppluj; Orders carefully
atteuded to, Llvo stock. .turuUhed .iq.
ivi'st-els at blmrt notho, and ypgetabjes.
of all kinds supplied lo older. aiU 1 v
' I I
niro ktoot watftH.
' ' '
i . nt
on - 1 it
( :"il ' nl
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT
Hay, Oats,, Bran; .'(feci.,,;,'
33cwl Quality, ,
THE LAHGEST AND MOST COM.,
PLEl'JB , ' i,
-.- j -r-'t ! k'
Ii ll I ' !l
., INOWN., ,
The flilcU Hoiics lo be found in any
drayage buslncsih the city ' ' '
i , i ' i 'til V
HcioJh ii chance tfor, op jactivp aniitv
, (jommpdating j oung man that, jtas , . '
ii little capital to invest .and ,
make a good living.
This offer Is ppen for two'weiks!' ' '
For Icrms and partinplars nppjy tp
. II. ROBKItTMON, '
' ( Al Biewcr&CoV. '
Honolulu, March 11th, lW, , , is'Si'y
'Eb'tahJlBlieQ, 18D8. '
liXKt, ;tos '; ,j I'roprjc.toij.'
Sencd up In llrsUclass style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m, td'l'o p. nL1 ',
j . .. -,.. r . ,lt ,kA ,
Always ou hand
Cigars, Tobaioo, Pipes
&v.v &c. Alo,'"i
Am ESUStixlQIKXBBfllC 1