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1 ' ' Notice,
MR. JOSEPH STUART Uiiutliorbed
to collect nil nccounls due Tint
Daily HuiJiUTiN, on mid fitter this diitu,
whose receipt for the j.anic will ho suffi
cient. D.VlIA'JlULLETIN OfllcO,
Honolulu, Feb. 10th, 1831
3f hc'lnilj. Igulltlin,
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1883.
, this Day's doings,
Opening of Lunulilo Homo,
Gospel Temperance Meeting
Bethel, nt 7 :30.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9:43.
Fort St. Sunday School, nt 9 :45.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Dnmon, nt 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cur
znn, morning nnd evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rt. Rev.
Bishop Willis, morning, nnd Rev. G.
Wallace in evening.
Bible Class at Foit St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15.
THE Y. M. O. A. BUILDING
is now so nearly coinplotcd thnt the
members hnvc an oppoi Utility of
forming a very correct idc.i of what
their future home will he like. Al
though somewhat bare in appearance
from its rigid outlines, it piosents
an imposing aspect to the spectator
from the small size of the surround
ing buildings. The straight lines of
the front arc broken by a poitico
supported by four Coiinthiau pillars,
nnd having the top niranged ns a
balcony. The steps leading up to it
urc not yet tlnished.
On entering the visitor finds him
self in a spacious hall, to the light
of which is a large room, intended
to be used as n gymnasium, but
which is not yet finished. On the
left is a broad flight of stairs lending
to the second storey, which forms an
audience room. At the leaf of this is
another flight of stairs leading dow n
to the first floor. On the left of the
hall the space is divided into three
rooms, two of which, by means of
folding doors, can be thrown into
So far ns one can judge in its pre
sent stntc the work reflects gicnt
credit on the contractor, Mr. Geo.
Lucas, who intends to have it finish
ed in time for the annual meeting
early next month.
Friday, March 30.
Y. Coldwell, and J. Hii, drunks,
foifeited sju" bail each. C. Duncan,
oliunk, lined 5 and 1 costs. F.
Davis, O. Olson, and O. Edberg,
remanded from 29th found not
guilty, and discharged. F. Davis,
remanded from 29th found not
guilty, and discharged.
C. Afong, vs. D. Kuai, deserting
contract, service, settled out of court,
costs 2. T. R.'" Foster & Co., vs.
Kalalii, same charge, remanded to
Tito J. A. Falkinbutg brought
74G pkgs, 20 cs, 27 bdls, etc, mer
chandise; 2550 sks oats, bran, flour,
3 36 bis hay, 345 bbls lime, 40,000
bricks and 142 V bdls shingles.
The Meefoo brought 580 bgs rice,
nnd the Mnnuoktiwtu,til3 bgs sugar,
and 199 bgs rice.
The Amelia, Capt Newlwjl anived
yesterday, 2G days from 1'orbBlakcy.
The biig Hazard wis hauled up
on the Mnrine Railway yesterday.
She will probably be finished lo-dny,
nnd will get ready as soon as possible
for her ci uiso to the South Sea Is
lands, to get laborers for the Planter's
Labor nnd Supply Company.
Local & General items.
Ou Thursday evening merry voices
sounded over the harbor from the
pui ty In lite missionary boat.
Tin; mimo of tlio policeman who
bo successfully lassoed tlio luuutio
tho other day is'NVaipaa, His num
ber is 10.
ATFort St. Church, Sunday, ser
vices at 11 o' clock ii.ni. and 7:i)0 p.m.
Ill the eveningMr, Cjmuu will picueh
upon "Judns find his Modern Iinitu
tois." ' '
yLia jHL. niiTtjfciiAMtfcy,i. JpWHnnVii'i lOirtrifltn
Tiik salo of goods in the Tuokcr
estate, on Thutsdny, realized nearly
$10,000. This result is highly
creditable to the auctioneer.
YnsTunim morning n nice little
cat that makes her home in, an oilleo
near the wlintvcs en mo "in with a
nico live mullet about 8 inches long,
which she had just caught for her
Chvxr.its of dogs should bo'carcful'
as-poison seems to be laid around.
If those leprous, mangy curs only
were killed no one would object,
but when valuable dogs are killed it
behoves owncts of dogs to be caio-
A very nicely painted plaque is
now on exhibition and for sale at
J. M. Oat jr & Go's. It was painted
by a young lady residing in this
twon, and represents a very tropical
Mn. Gcrkc, who imported a num
ber of fine pigs by the "NY. H.
Dimond, hns about forty of thorn
still unsold. Here is u chance for
our readers wno wish to invest in
succulent pot cine stock to go and
spend their money with wisdom.
Tnuin: will bo no music this after
noon at Emma Square, ns the Band
will be iti attendance nttho opening
of the Lunalilo Home at 4 p.m. The
Band will give an extra Conceit on
Monday evening next, April 2nd in
It is noticed that a great many
people in this town aro given to
repeating stories very much against
the credit of their fcllow'citucns.
Pet haps if somo of them would read!
up the law of libel ui tins place it
might restrain their lips from speak
ing evil. And in these fnattcts the
rcpeateris held to as strict an account
lib the originator.
It having been decided that the
Annual Fair nnd Ice Cicntn Festival
of the Glcaneis will be held on
Thursday evening, the 19th of April,
nil those who arc so kindly working
for thnt object are requested to send
in their finished wolk by the lGth of
Apiil. The regular monthby meet
ing of the Gleaners will be held ou
Saturday of next week, April 7th.
Ox Thutsday afternoon we baw
the first load of wheat hay, grown in
Honolulu, brought into the ware
house. It is of much better quality
than usually comes to'these islands.
It was grown on II. fllucfarlano's
land on the plains. A little more
than an acre w as ci opped and aver-'
aged 3 tons to the, acie. It is"
encouraging to soo that hay can be
grown in this country, uotwith-.
standing the many prophecies ofl
failure, and from the average of the
ctop it would seem to be a most
Tins afternoon the Lunnlilo Homo
will bo open for the inspection of
the public from '4 p.in. -till dnrk.'
The band will play, nnd a lunch will
be laid out. No formal ceremonies
will be gone through. A portrait of
Lunalilo will be hung in the large
room on the right of the building.
The Home is intended for the uged,
infirm, nnd poor who have no pro;
petty and cannot support themselves.
It will accommodate about 50. The
Trustees are Mcssis. E. O. Hull, J.
Mottntith, nnd S. B. Dole., ! The
manager is Mr. H. Swinton, Jr.
Tito buildings wcro erected by Mr.
K. B. Thomas, nnd, including the
water supply, have coslovcr $10,000.
Stiutixq into Dillinglinm & Co.'s
yeslerdny our uttention was attract
ed by some novelties worthy of our
renders' attention, First, an ingeni
ous saw-guide, which hns been just
introduced into this country. Tlicic
arc vniious sizes of it which cnu, bo
used for sharpening all eorU nnd
sies of saws, from tho (smallest car
penter's to the large cross-cut nud
mill-saws. Next wo looked' at n
Patent door-fastener, which can bo
applied to nny door without any
picparatiou, nnd can be carried
about in the pocket ready for .use.
No matter whether tho door locks or
not this fastener can be applied, and
will niak'c that door bniglw-pioof,
except by being burst or biokcu.
Tli'di Patent bed-keys for" taking
beds to pieces, nnd lawn-mower
.shnrpcncis adjustable, to nny, angle,
or bevel were looked nt, and we now
say' to our leaders, " See for yourselves."
4Coircsi)omlcncc Is solleltcd on the top.
les of ilic day, or what may become d.
Wciescne the right to ccb-c puicly
We do not hold oursehes lcsponslblo
for the oninioiis expressed by our coi-
EniTon Bui.m.tik : In your issue
of the 28th you boem to make con
siderable out of the fnct that the
Chamberlain imported n little lot of
duck, per Amy Turner, and would
liko to know what he is going to do
with it, and you then go on to 8tir
misc about giving 8 yards to each
soldier. Now, what good would 8
yards of duck be to a soldier? In
the first place, theic wcic only
20,000 .yards infill, to GO soldiers it!a
only 330 yards to each, which is no
very large quantity elicit you take
into consideration the fact that a
soldier has his pants stolen, on nn
average, tlnee times a week, nnd
lit i '
besides he "hns many dear' fi lends
Who wear old clo's. And the " case
of ptints ;" now, if the Chamberlain
did not pay duty on this I can put it
down ns being for the soldicresscs,
bay. one woman to two men, which
is a large average, is 30 women, 30
odd yards to each iB low. "One
case escutcheons" no doubt they
nrc for the soldicr.s' quarters I
I think the Chamberlain did right,
in making the pm chose, he, no1
doubt, got it low, getting such a
quantity, and for cash, too; and
again, it shows to the people down
East just what wc are. How would
you feel if you held the position the
Chambetlain holds, to go into a
Boston wholesale house and ask for
800 yaids of duck to clothe the
army? You would neither do your
self or your country justice by do
ing so. S.
THE SCHOOL FIRE DRILL.
What is known ns the "fire drill"
hns been successfully intioducetl
into several of the principal schools
in San Francisco. By this diill the
pupils aro taught how to leave the
building in an orderly manner, and,
in case, of fire, without, confusion or
panic. In borne of the bchools the
drill is already leduced to such per
fection that the entire building can
be empticdof.its occupants in three
and a half or four minutes, , In
Boston, New York and .Philadelphia
the drill has grown to be even better
than this and ono or two instances
are on record in -which it proved to
be of incalculable value in the saving
of life'in timcof fire.
London Truth wants ciery journ
alist to denounce nnd ignore the
word "unwisdom," which is creep
ing into tht newspapeis. ' The
Norristown Herald upholds the
Loudon paper by asseiting thnt
'it is no doubt very unright to use
the wonl, and none but ungood
editors will dp it." It is undoubted
ly uncouth, uuless undei standingly
unused. 'JSf. Y. Com. Adv.
ONE orrWOrBKHVANTiGHU.6, or
WOMEN; for HousVworkhud-ior
Minding Children.? J AUply jit ,
a3U 1 w No. iJ School street.
A PAIlt of PIHIE-BBED LINNETS.
Tun Buixuun Office.
THE undersigned has bold the Oil
Clothing Blanch ofhln business to
Jlussrs. 31. W. 3IcChesney &B011, No. 43
Tlianking the publlo forp.ist libeial
piitionugc, I would ivqucbt for my suo
ccssors a contiuuaneo of the biune.
March 28th, 1883. 1101 lm
THE iiudcriiiKiicd have purchnncd
fiom 31. Davis his Oil .Clothing
Biitdiicss, uml solicit a eontlmmnoo of
the geuuious patromigo lecciM-d'hy our
31. W. 3Ic0IIE8NEY & SON,
No. 4a Queen btiuut.
Honolulu, 3Iiiluh 28, 188tl. aut lm
HAS REMOVED his-Oflltound Resi
dence to the
Cor. of Klfhai-dH And lteretanla Mtw.
'OrricK Houns 3 to 10 n.m.j 1 to a A
Uil p.m.: ii:!K)to7:D0p.ui, i)m
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DILLINGHAM & CO.'S .
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
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,HowoVj Htnnilmd Scales, endorsed by the United States
Govcninlciit. Scales for all purposes. Do.mnnt
Wmchouo Sralc, fcr.( iVo.
Anew and rarcfully selected a3oitment,of ,
CliimtlcllorH, jumiH, tiiiul' JLatot'erii-.
Cnningc Lamp of most npptocd Ainciicnn patterns.
flows and Agricultural Implants
The largest variety to be found
on flic iHlnrida.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
i WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Casus nnd Bond C.isos.
At n 'test of the (lie proof uu'itittct of the Mngncsp-Calcltc, held, on tlio sanddot
near the City llajl. San FrnncUco, Nov. 27th, n pile of about a cord of pitch-pine
w ood was prep ircil, mid live gallons of t.ir pom cd over it. A.small iron clicst, with
a l)i Inch Htiing of Mngucso c.ilcltc was plat ed In the cuntic of the pile nnd the
nniss sullho to. After the chest had hum kept atn icdhoat for hn hotir, it'tfas
taken from the the, cooled with water, and opened, nnd thu contents, consisting ofn
n.incis nnd clrnuliir.J. wcic found in n ncifcct Mate of nrcsoi vatlon. bclns.not at nil
(USUUIUIUU. (Ill IV si i 'HI II V W.ll III. 11 11(1 llll VI II 11
.It. 1... 1 I.. 1 t .t. . 1 .. .11 t
:otoic(i, only sit'jntiy w.um, nnu imviiifr a inning smcii or amoKc.
We, the unduMt'jnijil, wero.prcient nt tlio nbovc test, nnd saw the box opened,
I wc certify id the perfect preservation of its contents. The cntlro test was per
tly satisfactory to us. II. L. Dowik, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); 'C.'ll. Lato.v,
4 public test of the quality ol these goods will be mado at. an early,date, ,
ii c n 'i ii i "ili.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between tlio llawaiiiuribliuids and the United fVates, nnd " 'm ""'
between the Ilnwnliiin Ibhuuls and
T" TGT "7K7" T
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent ancGeneral
Oflicc, 87 Mcichanl Mrect, Hawaiian Gazette Blocf;.
The only recoclilzed Iteal Estate Broker in the Kingdom'. ", ,
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and, the, various .Islands. (it
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu nnd suburbs. ' ''
Booms to lent, en feuite or single, throughout Honolulu.
YOU O.AJV 33XJY"
25 per cent
IVev Drug" Store,
JlllAi AIM UTllJiiU SiVKJii 11 1UW1N. . - () i in ,
1143 lm jjffl- IF' YOU D01TT BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY1 IT.' '
11 ' mr
h.j!agnew "' ' "
Begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that
he has made complete arrangements for '
SECURING A , . .
Constant Supply of
Which ho will ofTer for sale
"From the 1 st
All oidcis will meet with piompt attention,
Central Location !
ATTENTION U mlled to the LOT
adjoining II. Mclntyic's pic
miscs, on King Mi eel, and tills side of
stores on the cmnci of Alakra and King
street?,' now being elected by Her3Ia-je-ty
the Queen. ,
ltchponslble panics who wish to bee
designs, etc., and who desire to suggest
about the election of.storcs, 'number of
feet lcipiiicd, etc, can do bo by apply
ingntoncc to tho undersigned, r
GEO. AV. LINCOLN,
Contractor and Builder, 00 King Mrccl,
1 or J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, 27 3Icichaut st.
C2T Leases grunted for C or 10 years.
' ' 'S8p7crLoatl, "' i
Rear of 'Lninc'BiFced'Ayarchouso.' '
Apply to '
So!) 1W' J ', at" Boat Shop.
fll A. HERBERT havinfj received
ItJL borne choice varletiesot
Vines li'oiu California, ,
is now able to supply then) in (mtinMllcs
to su)t to those who would wish to tiy
the opcrluicnl. If any tiro doubtful of
the sin cess of it thoy Mtould go out and
see his Ranch at Kiilihi,
q!10 tf Address P.O. Box 41
rpiIB iindeisignul glvo notice that
JL they have obtained a Patent fo an
Iiupioval finimco for the Coubiuiiptloii
of Green Trash, dhcctly fiom the mill,
and other ml 'fuel, by nienns of iutio
ducingn cm 1 cut ol hot air into the, fur.
1111LC, thiough hot-air lluiues.
This Pntunt i-j biidftl upon n Caveat
tiled in the Interior Department, (Jet.
ilUth, 1882, and is supurior to all patents
issued after said date,
All persons nio waiued ugniuM In,
fringing this Patent; suit will be
In ought ngaimit any poison so doing.
Full particulars may be obUiincd of the
Agents. , P. N. 3IAKEE,
, U, 41UUH(VYi'.,
35t lm B. HARRISON.
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II LI I 111 II l: T1I1UII ui oiuuiii;.
(SbS TCT' Tr A. TJ
Hay, Oats, Bran, &c,
at the Lowest Possible Bates,
of next month.
nnd w ill be tilled with dispatch.
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THE LOT OP LAND, with
an 1110 impiovcmcnts inereon, '
owned bv the lute Chief Jusl.i
iee .Harris, now occupied by 3Ir. J. S.-.,
Wnller)islnovoileicd FOR SALE.
Thispioperty is one of the most vnlii- ,
abllj at Wnikiki; all 'the houses bt'lng '
in good repair; a lino grove of cocoanut"
tiees In the enclosure; the bebt locations
ior.bathiug on the beach; and.can be,0
111 innged with little expense, to make
two complete establlMimehlV'.
Eniy terms can be nrranged'for pnsv
ment. For further particulars apply to
302 ti . 1 P. O. JONES, Jit- .
T RITSON. ACCOUNTANT.' '
O To.bofound'atG. H. Robertson's
oJllbe, Queen street. .' ' ' 884
, 1 lurinui A-iunter.
Qi-dpis can Ijo loft wljh Jy. Ron-, ,!,
H. Y. HABBINa
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE at W.
' Fcnncll's Iliiriicss Shop, No. 1)3
King street. -
Bills Collcclod and Book Accounts'
Attended to. Orders respectfully solicit
ed and promptly uttended to. 858 lmt,.
NEW GOODS ! .'
Per City of 'Npw York, from Sydncyj '
And Valises I
All sizes, '
At AstoniBhingly Low Prices
, . , o.eS.King street.,'''
SST The above ftremanufturwl.'froni-,
the best Austral iun Leathur. "ittUJ,?
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