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MRJOSEPH STUART Is authorized
to collect nil accounts duo The
Daily Buu.ktiki on nntl after this date,
whose receipt for the amo will bo Buffl
clent. ' D.Mt.Y BtTM.KTIN Oillcc,
Honolulu, Feb. lDlli, 1883.
THURSDAY MARCH .29, 1883.
This day's Doings,
Mr. E. P. Admin will Sell, nt 10
o'clock at Beaver Block, Dry Goods,
On Tuesday evening Mr. Jnson
Perry, nn old anil respected resi
dent of this city, died nt bis resi
dence, of aneurism. Mr. Perry
arrived in these islands about
1850, on board a whaling ves-'
sol. Ho was then a young man of
little over 20 years of age. lie first
obtained employment in the shop of
a Mr. Autone, a fellow countryman.
Afterwards Jic started a business of
his own near the comer of King and
Richard streets. Then he shifted to
the corner of Nuuanu and Hotel
streets. He made, in conjunction
with 'Mr. Pico, some unsuccessful
whaling ventures, after which he
restricted his operations to his own
shop, but for some time past he has
attended to his ranch at Wuialnc.
For many years ho ucted as ai biter
in all disputes or business diffcienccs
in which his countrymen were con
cerned, and by everybocty, both
amongst his own countrymen and
those of other nations, he was res
pected and admired as nn 'honest
and 'upright man. He acted as
Portuguese Consul for some years.
His funeral took place yesterday
afternoon, at 3:30. He leaves a
large family to mourn his loss.
a. W. Macfablane & OO.
have now been in occupation of
part of the Beaver Block for some
weeks, but until this last week every
thing has not been quite, in order, as
the fittings were not quite finished.
Now, however, any visitors who
may chance to step in will sec the
most finely appointed establishment
in Honolulu. Everything in the fit
tings has been made not only with
an eye to strength but to beauty and
But, to the ordinary visitor, the
things which are most attractive arc
not those which must remain in the
place, but those which he can pur
chase, and so own, himself. So we
will puss by the elegantly carved
desks and railings on the ground
floor, pass the scores of cases and
baskets which contnin attractions
for many 111 the shape of liquid ex
hilarators, and go upstairs to the
Here ii a varied assortment of
goods from pianos to hauclkerchicfs,
saddlery to lamps anil glassware.
Some of the finest products of the
Belfast linen looms are displayed
here in the shape of handkerchiefs,
napkins, table-cloths, in short nap
ery of all descriptions. Hound the
walls are hung carpets and rugs
Brussels, Axminster, Lc. Glass
globes, of all sizes and the custom
ary shapes, Russian and Morocco
leather goods arc profusely repre
sented, and a line of the finest
bound photo and scrap albums he
waiting purchasers to put them in
the fiuesfr rooms in Honolulu. These
albums are bound in every variety
of elegant binding that can bo
thought of. Some arc bound in the
finest leather, othcis in glove kid,
others again in cloth. Gilding
makes them resplendent on the out
side, but not so much as tho beauti
ful floral devolutions do the pages iw
wc turn them over. On one page
tho portrait of our friend can be en
shrined in wreaths of roses. On the
next with graceful sprays of heather,
lilies, etc. They ore in the latest
btyle, and contain bpaccs for tho
cabinet size so much iu favor at
But to sec is better than to
hear, and if you wish to bco what
ought to be in your house just call
in at your dullest convenience and
you will be shown round with the
grcatc&t of courtesy and civility.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
By the courtesy of the Konil
Supervisor wo arc enabled to pub
lish the following time table of the
Bcictttiiiti street Hallway, which has
been compiled in accordance with
our suggestion of Inst week. Bulle
tin boards will also be erected at the
coiners of Alapai and Punahou
streets, setting foith tho same in
foimation. The tiains will, mm
every day, except Sunday. It will
be noticed' Unit tho time allotted foi
each train to go from one terminus
to tho other is.ftom twenty minutes
to half an hour, so that drivers can
tell whore they may expect to meet
the train. The lime table will be
adhered to as strictly as possible,
accidents excepted :
Leive Alapai St. Arrive nt KnmollHll
7:00 n.m. 7:20 a.m.
1:00 p.m. 1:20 p.m.
Leave Knmoiliili. Arrive at Alapai si.
7:45 n.m. 8.00 a.m. '
!J:i0 , .10:00
10:15 11:15 , ,
1:45 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
ClUMIXAI. CA 1.12X1) Alt. ,
Monday, March 10.
J. Moore, P. Juan, andM. Richtcr,
fui ions and heedless driving, fined
S") and $1 costs each.
C. V. Chapman, perverting
justice, fiiictl' $5 and 81.10 costs,
and sentenced to 3 hours' imprison
ment at hard labour.
Kamaka, 'and Kconi, drunks, 'for
feited 86 bail each.
Akai, assault and battery, lined
$1 and $1.40 costs. "";
Mokulmo, and Polulilaiku, (w)
disturbing quiet of night forfeited
$10 bail each. , fm
Kalili, malicious injury, nol.proa.
J. Martina, remanded from 24th
noj. pros. ' 3
Keaweamahi, and Kala, remanded
from 24th, forfeited 86 bail each. . -,
I). W. FlitncrJ an insane peison
committed to Insane Asylum.
Tuesday, March 20.
Nupoliano, and J. "Welch, drunks,
forfeited 86 bail each.
Kailiiwa, assault mid battery fined
810 and 81 costs.
"Wednesday, Marcli 28.
Iwahaauau, diunk, forfeited bail
Kimokco, lloli, Kainiki, di links,
forfeited 86 bail each.
Flunk Davis, disturbing quiet of
night, remanded at request of defen
dant till 20th. (He was also brought
up for threatening life of II. A.
Luscombc, and remanded to 2Dth)
Fiidny, Mai ch 23.
Kaaiuuia, (w) Vb. "W. C. Paike,
marshal. Action of tiover for a
caniiige, and damages $.)0, for
detention. (The carriage had been
seized under an execution in 11 rela
tive's yard, wheie it was at the
time.) Judgment for plaintiff for
restitution of carriage and damages
815, costs 81.20. Appeal noted to
Wednesday, March 28.
J. E. Wiseman, vs. J. W. Liming,
continued from 21st. Suit discon
tinued on defendant paying 82.25'.
The W. II. Dimond brought 519
cs, 23 pkgs, 95 bis, -132 bxs, mdsc,
27 kgs butter S.c, 777 bbls lime,
salmon, &c,. 37 bx sks flour, bran,
&c, 4792,11. W. posts, ,24,301 feet
lumber, 92 hogs, mid 175 coils rope.
The Moi Keiki brought 241 kegs
Local & general items.
Tho Consular flags were flying at
half-mast yesterday out of respect to
the memory of the lato Jason Perry.
To-day at 10 a.m. jji the Beaver
Block Mr. E. P. Adams will sell by
auction the dry goods, etc., belonging
to tho estate of the late J. G.
Fivi: pigs were found 011 one of
the wharves on Tuesday night by the
Police. They uio now nt tho Station
House awaiting the owner's appear
ance. A drain is now iu course of con
struction along Hiilckauwila street,
from Fort stieet to, the harbour,
entering it behind Ryan 'Bio's boat
Mu. S. McKcaguu's boaideis will
now have n good time. All tho cells
at the Station House liavo been ic
painted and cleaned. They aic now
models of what a cell ought to be iii
Yestkhday IhoN case of Wiseman
Vs. Luning was settled by the defen
dant delivering up the book Mjd
paying the costs of the Coiu'tT
At last another of our suggestions
has b,cen adopted. The Pulniua and
Knlihijms now adveitlscs its destina
tion' To" all by a handsome sign
alllxed to its roof. Wc hope to sec
the others follow suit. J '
Whilo the drain from the Beaver
Block to the haiboui is not yet
finished, why do the Government not
take hold anil have a system of
flrniiis" constructed? It would tend to
keep the streets less in want of re
pans. i , ' . r . ' t i
,Ox Wednesday moining at C
o'clock, some natives were seen
piiibiiing an escaped lunatic along
King' street.' H They were throwing
stones at him'so as to stun him, but
fortunately' (fill' not' siiccecd. ' lie
was finally!. lassoed by a policeman
at the corner of Maunakea and King
streets, lie had an axe in his hand
with which hcthreatened his piusucrs
when they came too close.
Fout sheet, as far as Merchant
street being now finished, the Road
Supervisor informs us that he is
going to proceed with Queen street,
finishing that in the same stylo as
Foit .street hos- been 'done, iiud
making a foot path along the inauka
side. Then Ilalekauwila street f 1 0111
Foit to Alakca, and Alakca from
Queen street to the Likelikc wharf,
will be also attended to, and afoot
path in each case made so that
pedestrians will then be able to get
to the wharves iu all diiections, with
out having to wade through tho mud
in wet weather. The making of these
streets will tend to relieve the lower
end of Foit btreet of much of its
trnlllc. j , r
ONE or TWO t E tVANT GIRLS, 0;
" OMEN, for House work and fo.
Mm Hup Ciihlien. Apply nl
3511 "No. a S'chool street.
A PAIR of PUUE-BRED LINNETS.
35U lw Thk Bum.khx Office.
THE undersigned lins sold the Oil
Clothing Branch of his business to
Messw. M. "W. McChcsuey &Son, No. 42
Queen street. J
Thanking the public for past libentl
patronage, I would request for my suc
cessors a coutlmumcc of the same.
' ' M. DAVIS. -
March 28th, 1883. 361 lm
THE undersigned have pin chased
from M. Dii his Oil Clothing
Business, and solicit a continuance of
the geueious patronage lecehed by our
M. W. McCIIKSNEY & SON,
No. 42 Queen stiecl.
Honolulu, Match 28, '188.5. 3(51 lm
Pi evident, His Mn jetty the King.
1IOA1II) OP MANAGEMENT:.
His Majesty President
IIou. II. A. Widemann... Vice-President
lion. A. S. Cleghorn,
His Honor Cliief Justice Judd,
His Honor Fiist Ass. Ju.stioo McCully
I)r-. K. McKihhin & G. Tioiisscnu,
Mi. A. IV. Bush,
Mr. A. Jaeger. . .. Treasurer
Mr. J. S. Webb Secretin y
The Society's First Annual
will, by pcimissior of Ills E. the Mln.
istor of the Interior, bo held on the'ie
claimed gtouiid, niuukri of HalckaiiwUn
On TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
the 12th, tilth and 14th of June.
Thrugh the liberality of the Lcgibla.
hire the Boaid of Management 'have
PREPARED nn. EXTENSIVE LIST of
the PRIZES they will offer to bo com.
pctcil for at this.bliow. Tho money
values of tho different 'prizes nnd the
farms in which they will be given, will
be announced at a Inter date. In tho
case of nil tho more importiint classes
tho Prizes will be given in such n foim
as to bo u 01 thy of preservation as me
mentnes of the event.
Prizes will bo offered for the bc3t 'ex.
hibits in the following divisions;
Tho Board is soliciting tho assistance
of members of tho Association, from
whom Cominitlccawho will lake charge
of the several departments of tho Show
will bo formed. Tho names of tho trim.
tleiucn forming these Committees will
ohoitly bo published; al-o, the, Rules
with which thu exhibitors in thu'scvoiul
classes will bo operted to conform. In
the ineniitinio all infoinuitinu icqulml
by intending exhibitors .may may lie oty.
tulned by addressing the undersigned
or any member of tho Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEBB, p
151 It , Scciotnry,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
llowe'w Htnndnvd .ScnlcH, endorsed by tho Untied Statos
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dqrtnnnt .
Warehouse Scales, &c, &c.
A new and carefully selected assortment of
ClmmlclicrN, Lainpu, unci TauturuN.
Cnirlngo Lumps of most nppiovcd American patterns. .
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
. The largest variety to bo found
on the l"liiiids.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,"
- v -' 'WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something: for Everybody a new discovery, . 1 pO
The Magnosfo-Calcito Fire Proof Safe'g,
JowcPCascS and Bond Cases.
At a test of the lire proof qualities or tlieMiig"ne3vCnlol(c, hold olfllie'siind'lol
near the City Hall, San Fiancico, Nov. 2?th, a nlloiof about a cord bf pltclhpine
wood was picpnred, and live gallons of tar poured over it. ,A small, Iron cliest, with
11 1? inch lining of Mairneso cnlcito was placed in 'the centre of the p!16 and the
muss set lire to. After the chest hud been kept nt a redihcat for nh hour, It.wns
taken trom the Ihc, cooled with water, and opened, and the contents, consisting of
papers and chcul.irs wcie found In a prifect stnte of preservation, being not at all
di-coloied, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We, thoMindorriigned.woro present at tho above tent, and saw the box opened,
and wc ceitlfv to the perfect pieservalion of its contents. The entire test was per
fectly satisfactory to s. H. L. Dodoe, (of Dodge, Sweeney Co.); C. H. Latox,
A public test ol tho quality of those goods will bo made at an early date.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands nnd tho United Stntes, and ' ' !
between the llawnli.111 Islands and . ' '
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office,'27 Merchant Micct, Hawaiian Ga.cltc Block. .,
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom. . , ,
Lund and property for Mile in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands. ', y
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suiteor single, throughout Honolulu. "
YOTJ CXAJV BT7Y
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHER'S
Now Drug Stove,
THAN ANY lOTHEIt STORE IN TOWN. 1" "
343 lm se IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY'iT.
I. .'!... I
( 1 1- -v
Beqb to inform his friends and the public Generally, that
HP! HAS -MADE OOMPLET1 ARRANGEMENTS FOR ' i
Constant Supply of
Which he will oiler for sale at the Lowest Possible Kates,
From the I st of next month.
All ordcih will meet with piompt attention, and will be filled with dispatch.
Ccntrnl fiOcatiun !
ATTENTION U called to the LOT
adjoining Capt. Mclntyre's pre
mises, on King stieet, and tills sido of
store- on the (oiner of Alakca and King
stieets, now being erected by Her Ma
jesty I he Queen.
Responsible pnriies who wish to see
designs, etc., and who dcsiic to suggest
about the election of stoies, number of
feet rciruiicd, etc., can do so by apply
iiigntoncc to tho undersigned.
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
Contractor nnd Builder, U(l King street,
or .I.E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, 27 Merchant st.
J3? Lenses granted for 5 or 10 years.
$8 per Londt
Rear of Laino's Teed Waiehousc.
05!) lw , nt Bont Shop.
MR A. HERBERT hnvlng received
Borne choico'varietles of
VincH from California,
is now able to supply them in ciunntiticH
to suit to those w)io would wish to try
tho experiment. If any are doubtful of
the success of it they should go out and
see his Ranch at Kalihi.
UilUlf Addicssl'.O.Bov it
rpiIE undeihlgned givo notice that
X they have- obtained a Patent for an
Improved funneu for tho Consumption
of Green Tiash, dlicctly from the mill,
and other wet fuel, by means of intro
ducing a curicnt of hot air into tho fur.
mice, Ihiough hot.nir Humes.
This Patent is based upon a Caveat
Med in tho Interior Depuithiciit, Oct.
iJOlh, 188a, and is Miperior to all patents
issued after suld date.
AH persons aiu warned ngnlntt in.
flinging this Patent; unit will bu
In ought, against any uituou tbo,doing.
Full jMrtlcuhiis nniv'bo iibtniiied of tho
unileinigni'd, orofW. G, Inviii &(Jo,
Agents.' ' P. N. MAKEE, i I
G. HOSGHAVEB, 1
I ' U
1 1" ii.ru
' .' A 11.
Hay, Oats, Bran, &&.,
HAS REMOVED hh Olliccand liesi
dence to tho
Cor. of ItiehimlN ami llri-ctnnia HtH.
Opvicn llouns H tp 10 a.m.; to SJ
331 p.m.: C:C0 t(i?:30ii.iu 'Jin
. To bo l'o'u mil n t'G. H. Robertson's
olllce, Queen street. 334
MRS. 0. A. MIDDLET0N,
Oidcrs cm be left with J. Wl Ron
300 KKTfoy & Co. lrn
H. Y. HARDING
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE nt W.
Fcnncll's Harness Shop, No. 03
King street. i '
Bills Collected and Book Accounts '
Attended to. Orders respectfully solicit.
ed nnd promptly attended to. 8."i8'lm
THE undersigned requests all pnrtice
Indebted to him to pny nt tho shop
on tho Buy Horse premises, nt once, as
he intends leaving Honolulu shoilly.
300 3t JAMES HANLQN
rpiIE undersigned has sold his entire
A. business establishment at Nus. 105
and 107 Fort stieet, to Lvcan & Joiin
so.v, who will collect all bills duo film,
and also pay al claims against the Into
proprietor. Thnnlslng tho public for the
p.istlibcinl'patioungc, I would bespeak
for my successors a continuance of the
same. ,, GEO, F. WELLS,
Mnrch,17th, 1883. 3o5 lw " '
THE undersigned lmvo this day enter
ed Into a Co-piutiicrship under the
lit 111 title of Lycan & Johnson; and buy
ing purchased the establishment of
George F. Wells, Nw-105 and 107 Fort
street, lmvo assumed all his liabilities
and will collect his ducs'niul continue to
supply tho public with the sumo line of,
goods carried by tho lutopioprictor. Wo
would icspectfully solicit a coijliiiuniico
of lio stimD.gcncrquH putionngo vhich
wasiccclveu liy our preilecessor, '
James Joiisox, 1
Miuoh 17th, WW, 350 lw