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MR. .TOSEVlt 8TUAHT Is nuthorlrcd
to collect all accounts due The
Daily Bom.ktin, on ond after this date,
whoso receipt for the mine will he suffl
clcnl. Daily RM.t.unx Office,
Ho;ioliliirFoh. 10th, 188i).
TUKSDAV, MARCH 27, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Excelsior Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:30.
Bible Cities at Lyceum nt 7:30.
The Knuinakunili Sunday ScIiowIh,
under. (he direction and. supervision
of Mr. A. L. Smith, nindc their
quarterly exhibition on Easter Sun
flay. These throe-monthly ttcmon
'btrations arc always well- conducted
and attrnetive, affording both delight
and instruction to a large gathering
of native and foicign adults, as well
as to the childicn themselves. Sun
day's exercises were quite up to the
"usual standard of excellence, and
attracted and inteiestcd a big con
f ctursc of people.
Tlie Macniae School can fori off
the pnltu a small school near I'nla
ilia bciig a very good second. The
singing was especially good, a mark
ed improvement being noticed on
the past quarter. The decorations
were in beautiful tasic. In the even
ing a Praise Service of the united
congregations of Kawaiabao and this
church was held, and even standing
rdom could not bo had, (uotwith-(
standing the crowded state of the
other churches. . f - s
KAWAIAHAO CHURCH ,
'Was filled to overflowing' in 'tlici
morning by persons wishing to bee
the quarterly Sunday School exer
cises. Over, 400 children from six
districts took part in the exercises
of recitals, songs, both in English!
aud'Hawaiiaus, &ci The Waikiki
kai school was the best and obtained
the proud distinction of being cus
todian of the flag 'for the 'coming
FORT STREET CHURCH
Was beautifully decorated, with
ferns, in ropes and bunches, lilies,
white crosses, groups of flowers, aud
, a very handsome cross in scailet
geraniums, with the letters " I. II.
H." hi lilac. The morning services
were crowded, so that there was
difliculty in finding seats ; but a tithe
Praise Service in the evening, after
every available scat aud chair had
been filled and many were seated
outside in the vestibule, others had
to" go away ' for want of room. The
'feature of the evening was the splen
did address given by the pastor, and
the beautiful singing of the choir.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
The phurci was beautifully deco
rated with flowers, leacb and ferns,
by the membcis of the congregation.
It was pleasant to note the large
'number of ladies and gentlemen
who were "engaged in this self
imposed duty of decorating the
Church for this great festival, and
the thanks of all the congregation
arc due to those who so kindly strip
"ped their gardens of their lovely
flowers for this purpose. The choir
was large and consisted of the ladies
and gentlemen, and of the boys
from the Bishop's school. They sang
the services exceedingly well the
Tc Deum and'thc Anthem, " Christ
j being laised from the dead, dicth no
more," being special. The
Bishop preached an excellent ser
mon in the morning, and1 the Kcv.
G. Wallace in the evening, bolli to
-crowded congregations. The collec-
' lions were devoted to tho defraying
of the cost of the new organ.
Jn the morning attracted a much
larger audience than usual, who had
the pleasure of listening to a thor
oughly eloquent and impiessivc dis
course from lr." Damon, lmvhig
special inference to the day '"which
the occasion commemorated.
MTHB ROMAN. CATHOLIC CHURCH.
The Itomiiii Catholic Catbedial
was crowded Jp overflowing at the
Good Fiiday' evening and Easter
Sunday morniug'services. A special
altiaclioii was added U the Friday
evening service in the form of a dis
course in English by the Bishop of
Olba. The discourse was jdioit,
pointed, full of interesting matter,
and enchained lapt attention from
the beginning to the end of its
delivery.,, The decorations, as usual,
wcic exceedingly flue and emblematic.
SHIPPING NOTES. -The
Kckauluobi brought 01 bugs
Ucc,the Jcntiio 040 bags sugar, and
the Marion 1,851 bags sugar.
On Sunday tho bark Kalakaua
24 days, and the 'schooner Chs.
Hanson 25 days from San Francisco,
both arrived in port. ' '
Tho James Makce will leave to-;
day at 12 in., for Wainnan and
The tern Eva an ived yesterday
22 days from Humboldt.
Thq Kauikcaouli 'brought 2500
bags sugar, and James Makce 2100
bags sugar 130 bbls molasses.
Local & general items.
During the Inst two months,
between three and four miles of
railway, have been laid on Hceia
A very large number of ladies
visited Messrs. B. F. Fillers' Co's.
handsome new dressmaking rooms
! - r,
Quitk a number of petty larcenies
seems to be going on on board ships
in the hnibor lately. Why don't
they keep stricter watcb?
A, - - .
On Saturday night, at the lottdry
held in Mr. Johnson's on Fort street,!
the srold' watch and chain .was won
by Mr. G. Gray and the revolver by
Mr. C. Brown.
Thbek very handsome water colour
ipaintings, magnificent frames of
crimson and gold, arc now on view
at Messrs. Lycans ,& Johuson!s.
They arc well worthy of a visit. .
Wilis tho bus passes a certain
istable on King street, ladies in it arc
much annoyed to bear the abomina
ble expressions used towards them,
by the ' Hawaiian standing round
A neat picket fence 'has just been
erected on the makai corner of Fort
and Kukui street, aud a plunk side
walk laid down along that portion
of Kukui street. , Ii foi ins a great
improvement to the neighborhood.
The ship's boat, i'epoilcd by tele
phone as being seen off Maknpuu,
Coco Head, on Saturday, belonged
to the Fish Market people. They
sailed out the ijjght' 4beforc and ic
turned that day.
Avtkk Sunday night's experience
we should think that the Ti ustecs
of Fort Street Church, would think
about building a new chinch, largo
enough to accommodate its members
aud the strangcis who constantly
crowd it scats.
HoNOMJl'UANH are yot a church
going people. It was most gratify
ing to sec tho way in which the
churches of all dauominations)
were crowded on Sunday at every
service. It shows that none of the'
old revcic'nce for sacied things has!
yet been lost.
, , ,
Yi'jTKKiMY morning a petition wast
being circulated amongst Hawaiians,
for'hlgnaturcp to have the members
of the Hawaiian Board 'of Health re
placed by others. The rcasonas
signed was that they were doing no
thing mere figure-heads, in fact.
Ox Friday night the police found
a dummy, dresst'd to represent a
man, standing against tho fence at
tho corner of Beretnnia and Punch
bowl sticets. It was promptly taken
into custody by a 'bolil policeman,
and placet hi the Station , House
yard, where it has been provocative
of much amusement. '
On Sunday night the' steward of
the Win. G. Irwin ctuuo on board
between 10 :30 and 1 1 p.m. As it
was warm he slept on the main
hatch, w ith his head about four feet
from his room door. During the
night some one came on board and
stole two coaly, two vc&lb, aud two
pair of pant aud a hot, all of good
quality, but didn't touch any thing
cjso In the pockets wcic a pocket
book nnd keys, which are inestim
able to him, but of no value to any
body cjsc. (He wishes Us to make
known that if these ate leluincd lie
r."H"n v" m " j ittvr
Will nsk no questions about the rest.
Ox Satuiday afternoon a team of
lOibovs from Foit street School
played a foot-ball match agaiust au'
equal number of boys from Oahu
College. The Foit street contingent
'kicked three goals, nnd their oppon
ents none. Tho first game lasted
over two hours, L liutjtho remainder
Wk have received a copy of tuvcry
interesting photograph from Dr.
-Timelier! It is entitled "The Missing
tiink," and repVescnts 'it Iiniry cllild
much resembling both monkey and
humanity. The' original photo was
taken in London, and Mr. Williams
has copied them here. The creature
represented 'wa captured in Laos,
one of the states north of Siain, in
South Eastern Asia. Whether it is
simply a freak of nature or a speci
men of an actual race we cannot
"'i ' ?'.., LjOl t li
We hear of quite a number of
accidents being caused by the rail
way on Buretama street. .Last
Tuesday, a lady was thrown out of
her carriage, aud the carriage
smashed. On Friday as the bus was
coming along one of the horses got
frightened and jumped over the
other aud hung1 on it, and owing to
this the bus was an hour late in
getting in. , Othersa6'ould bo nicn
tioncd. The only remedy for this
is to have a regular time table, and
have this publishodtiregularly in
tUo newspapers, so that (drivers
would know ,'licn not' to go .that
i road. nu i
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
"WOMKN,for Houwwoikand for
Minding Children. Applv nl
3.)9 1W- No. H'chooUtreet.
A PAIR of PURE.RRED LINNETS.
3)9 lw The BuuiEriN'OMritE.
JjOMt, , ,
A CLUSTER DIAMOND BREAST
BROOUU-PliNt set in silver and
!?old. Liberal reward at
U59 lw Tin: UurxKTiN Office.
$8 per Load,
Apply at " ,
ittl) lw., ,RYAN BROS., Boat Shop.
Patent Notice. '
rpiIE undersigned give "notice', (that
JL they lurvc obtained a Patent for an
Improved furnace for tho Consumption
of Green Trash, directly from the mill,
and other wet fuel, by menus of intro
ducing a current ot hot air into the fur.
mice, through hot-air flumes.
This Patent is based upon a Caveat
filed In the Interior Tiepurtnual, Oet.
:i()lh, 1882, and is Mipeiiorto all patents
issued after slid date.
All nervals are warned against in
fringing this Paient; mi it will he
brought against any i,crson s-o doing.
Full pnrtictilnr.-orrmv liciohlaincd of the
iindcrriifiied, orofW. G. It win A; Co.,
Agents. . I. N. .MAKEE, '
!5ofl S. HARRISON ,
To. lie found at G. II. Robertson's
office, Queen street. B34
H. Y- HABD1NG
AS OPENED AN' OFFICE at W.
XX Fcnncll's Harness Shop, No. 02
,IHg street. . r.Qi ,';,;(;
Bills Collected -and BookAcc,ounU
Attin li'd'to. Orders respectfully solicit
'ed Hnd'prompily ntiended to. SJ38 lm
' AdministratorVSale !
By order of tho ndiuiniitrutor of tho'Ei
lute of 1). Kekua, lato of Haiku, Mnui,
thoundcrrilgncd will sell nt'Piibllo 'Auo.
Saturday, March ,'Jlsi, ,
at 10 o'clock u.m., .
AT HAIKU, JIAUI,
at Deceased's Pjeinbcs,
the Personal Etl'cets of wild deceased,
76 Head of Working Cattle,
In lino order, i ,
5 Horses, Cows,
Calves, Olio 'Mule,
9 Ox Carts, Yokes, Buw um C'huiui;
Stoves, Tables, "Rockers, iriitl a' lot of
For furtker purlluulars apply to W.
Aumi'ik Wiutinu, AdminUtrator, Ifoiio
ilulu; C, II. Dickey. Haiku, Muni: or
W. V. MOBSMAN, Auctioneer,
'&$", MuKuwuv, Muui,
TOLLIHAIM & CJO.'S l "
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
HoWc'm Standard Scales, endorsed by tho Uni.tcd,Slatips
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
archousc Bonlcs. &c, &c.
i s' Aiiov and farqfullyscleclcd assortment of' .
ClmiidolierM, Ln'iiipw, ivncl Luiitornw.
Carriage Lnmpsof most approved Aincilcnnpnttprijo. i
Flows qml Agricultural Impl'ents
O . - The largest variety toibc lountl
on the Hunds.
HORSE CLIPPERS, '
. s LUBRtOATINO OILS,
WltlTE LEAD & PAINTS.
Bomethinff for Everybody a new1 discovery, t
Thfe Magncso-Cdcite Fire Proof $afes,
' ' ' ' Jewel Ciiscs'nnd BondiCasc. v
At a test of tho lire prnofiunlltlp'of thcMngncso-Calclte, held'bn'the sand-lot
near the City Hall, San FranoUco, Nov. 27tli, ji pllq of about.a cord of pitch-pine
w ood wasiprcparcd, nnd tl o gallons of tar poured b cr1 it. A'smnll Iron fcncst.'wllli
a 14 inch lining of Magnesocaleilc was placed imtho centre of tho pile andlthe
mass ct Arc to. After the chest had been kept, at a rcd,hcat for an hour, it was
taken from tho fire, cooled with water, nnd ppcncdj nnd'thc c6ntcnts, consisting of
papers and circulars, were found in a perfect state of prcservntion.ibelrig not at nil
discolored, only .slightly warm, nnd having .trilling smell of smoke.
- Wc, tho undenTgncd,4wcro present at tho above test, nnd saw'the box opened,
nnd we certify to the perfect preservation of Its contents. The entire tost was per
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L. DonoE, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); CVII. Laton,
" " A public test ot the quality o! theiegoodi will be ihade at an early date. '
Between the Haw allan Islands
between the Hawaiian Islands and
Real Estate Broker, Employment' Agent1 and General "
Business Agent, ' ' ' " '' ' ,
Office, 37 Merchant street, - Hawaiian tiacttc Block. ,
The only recognized ltc.il Estate Broker in the Kingdom. - ;
Land and property, for sale in nllparts nfiHonolulu nnd the various Islands.' v"' '
Hou'sc3 to lease and 'relit in Honolulu, and suburbs. ' ' '"
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. , i ,., i
'.-, -YOTI, GAJ TJ,Y, '
25 per cent
. . ,. New xnig tore,
THAN -ANY? OTHER) STORE, IN TOVN. '
BEOS' TO INFORM HIS' FRIENDS' AND THE PTJBLIO QENERALIiY, THAT
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HE HAS MADE COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS FOR H j
" SEOURINO'A ' ' "-
.K ' ' ' " 1
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Bran1;', &C.;';',
Ol'ilic Very BcmL Quality, ' ,, ,',',' '','
'' ' " ' ' v t, V , ., till.'
Which ho will offer for sale at the Lowest Possible Rates, '
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From the I st of next month. ft , .
All,onlcrs will meet with promptattehtion, nndill be flllcd'wltli dispatch.t 341
HAS REMOVED his Oillceand Rei
dcuco to the .
Cor. of ltlrhnrdH and JBrretanla Httt.
OrricE HounH 8 to to n.m.i 1 to 3
.11 p in. : tt :W to 7 :'M p.m 3m
AsbcMtoM Steam Packing:!
1 '" ' For covering Boilers aud
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
'" " 'And ffor Sale la lots to tmlt hyp fiC
317 lm , .Tlieo. H: Davles o.
ftp. J03.Nimunu Street, y
3S3VIiY KEVrVI31 T
I' O.J! Wnller, Proprietor.
Telephone No. 289.
Alwnj'n on baud and for tnlc
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, &c, &c. ;
Orders received by tvjephone, or other,
wjac, up to a o'clock Y?ry cYcuiug.,
Delivery carls wilt in future run to ul
purlsof tho city and biiburbp.
817 Gko. Oa van Ad u, Manager!
, . WJf. McCANlL8,
No. G Queen Mrcet. Fish Market,
etf, Vral, Mutton, FImIi,.-., c.
, Fanilly,und 8li)ppujr Order carefufly
attended to. Live 'stock furiijshcd to
vchsclH at short noth o. ami Vcetulilis
I of all kinds biipnijcd to order. UI8 ly
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D0ITT BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY, IT.
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THE LARGEST AND MOST COM-
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Tho tlncil Horses to be found in any
drayago busino-j.s'in the city. -
Hero is at chance for an( active and ac
.i( commodutjng yoijng man that has
yr , a litjlo cjipital to invest nnd
make a good living. , ,
Tills offer Is .open for twonweckb.
For tcrnjs nnd particulars apply to,
O. II. HORKHTOx '
At Brewer & Co's.
Honolulu, Mutch 14li, 1883. HB 3w
THE OLD CORNER
Sened up.iu flrHt-olassstyle at'ull hours
Open from 2 a: nu to 10 p, m.
Always oub'ancr' ' M
Ac, Ac. Also,