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TUESDAY, APRIL !1, 1880.
This day's Doings.
Kxcelsior Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:30.
Rible Clubs nt'Lyccum nt 7 :30.
King's Own, at Armory, 7:30.
the IiUnalilo home
was informally opened ou Saturday
last by tho trustees. A notice was
inserted in one of the weeklies, but
otherwise uo publicity was given to
the affair cither in the Hawaiian or
English papers, except by means of
the ordinary news columns.
Quite a number of people were
there, but of those for whom the
House is designed the Hawaiian,
when he becomes old and indigent
there were very few. The Band
played at intervals somo excellent
music in their well-known style. A
light lunch and ice cream was served
in one of the rooms in the rear por
tion of the central building. This
.was catered for Hart Bros., who
saw that everyone got all they de
hired in this direction. His Majesty
and suite arrived about 5 o'clock,
and were received by Mr. Dole,
Chief Justice Judd, und the man
ager, Mr. II. Swinton, jr. Before
dark most of the visitors withdrew.
The following account of the build
ing may prove of interest to those of
our readers who were not there :
In driving up to the main entrance
the eye is struck with the incongru
ity of having the stables of the
Mounted Police right in front of tho
grounds, so that they arc constantly
in full view of the inmates and of
every visitor. On the slope of Punch
bowl is a small cemetery, which is
also in full view fiom any part of
the front of the building, and will,
no doubt, be quite a cheerful object
of contemplation for the aged and
Immediately after entering the
gates the road crosses a ravine
which has been filled up and a cut
ting made in the hill in front, so
that a very neat winding carriage
drive is the result. An immense
lawn is skirted b' a wide drive, and
. we arrive in front of the building.
It is of stone taken from a govern
ment quarry ou the slopes of Punch
bowl, and first opened by Mr. Lish
xnau. The order of architecture is
compesitc, to say the least, for the
main building is a plain two-storey
residence with two long wings of the
bungalow order of architecture fin
ished by a square one storey build
ing .at each end. In front of the
maiu building is an enormous Nor
man tower quite dwarling the rest of
the building by its height.
The tower and main building are
approached by eleven concrete steps
of 0 inches each in height, opening
ou a wide verandah about 12x10
feet. Folding doors open on the
main hall, to the left of which are
two offices, and behind these an
other. To the right is a large room,
30x25, to bo used as a dining and
reception room. There are two fine
roomy closets in this room. The
portrait of Lunalilo is hung in this
Then returning to the hall we go
lip-stairs. Here we fiuil four rooms,
large and well lighted, for the use of
the manager and his family. Pass
ing from this floor into the' tower wo
ascend the winding stair-case, oc
casionally giving a peep out of the
little narrow gothic windows till wo
arrive at the first platform. Then
again up the winding stair till wo
reach the second platform, 00 feet
above the ground. From hero we
have a splendid view from Wuikiki
to Kakaako, from Diamond Head to
Punchbowl, while turning round we
look up the Makikl slopes to the
ridge of Tantalus. The spot below
ns is Kewalo. The vano surmount
ing the spire is in tho shape of cross
surmounting a crown, and its tip is
about 100 feet from the surface or
tho ground. Tho lower is 11 feet
square outside measurement, and 0
feet square inside. Tho three gothic
torches which support the tower are
formed of seven stones each, each of
which weighs 1,500 lbs., aud tho
corner stones of tho cornice weigh
-',500 lbs. euch. It is calculated
that tho total weight of masonry in
tho tower is over 750 tons. The walls
of the tower arc 2 feet G inches
The walls of the central building
arc 2 feet thick, and those of the
wings 18 inches. Each wing con
tains six rooms, 12x12, in which arc
two beds, a closet Jor clothes with
shelves aud hooks, a centre piece for
a lamp in tho ceiling and a fan-light
above each door. The height of
these rooms is about 12 feet.
At the end of each wind is a large
ward 25 x 25, and 1!) l'eot high, in
which arc 10 beds, tho other iittings
being as before but commensurate
with the number of inmates. Along
the whole front and rear of the
building a verandah runs thu total
length of which is ooO leet.
From the back verandah run
three colonnades, with lattico work
sides and concrete floors. These
lead to the bath-rooms, (one at each
end) and the kitchen and store-room
(in the centre.) Tho bath-rooms arc
rittcd up as wash-rooms for clothes
with concrete floor and bath-tub and
commode. Hot and cold water arc
laid on. Each measures 23 x 12. One
fourth of tho roof is of glass to keep
the rooms warm all the time. The
kitchen and store-room are well
fitted up with tho necessary ap
pliances. They measure 10 x 20.
Away at the rear is the water
supply from a reservoir 57 x 30 and
10A- feet deep containing about
100,000 gallons fed by an ordinary
fan wind-mill pump from an artesian
well about 100 feet below tho sur
face. The sewerage is through iron
stone pipes and leads to a cistern
25 feet deep and 12 feet in diameter
on a sandv bottom.
The following odd statistics maj'
prove of interest: There arc 23
rooms in the building. The length
of the building is 275 feet. About
1,150 feet of copper gutters and 40,
000 slates have been used in its con
struction. Everything has been most
thoroughly done, and it is plastered
and hard finished throughout. It
has been 2 years and 3 months in
construction, and the contract price
The C. E. Bishop left port yester
day in charge of the first mate, Mr.
Freeman, as Capt. Cameron is ill.
The Hazard was hauled down
from the Marine Railway on Satur
day evening, and the Tern Eva was
hauled up on the same evening.
The Jas. Makee brought 2,000
The "Waimanalo brought 278 bags
The Malolo brought 1,927 bags su
gar, Kaluna 1,000 bags sugar.
Wnilelc 1,320 bags, Waioli 1,100
bags and Kaala 353 bags sugar.
The W G Irwin took on Saturday
8,75G bags sugar weighing 590 tons
and G95 lbs; 1,625 bags lice, weigh
ing 81 tons, and 120 bunches of
Local & General Items.
Tin: second instalment of " A
Country Hide," will bo found on the
first page of this issue.
"Wi". learn that the loloa anl
Grove liauch Sugar Co's., have each
declared their first dividend for this
year of 10 pur cent on their capital
A now lamp has been erected in
the wharves halfway between the
Likelike wharf and Foster's wharf.
It is a great convenience as now the
placo is fairly lighted up.
Again the services of a policeman
were in request on Emma street.
On Saturday night gangs of boys and
men singing and yelling kept passing
up and down till about 2 o'clock on
"We have received n letter without
the full name and address of the
writer affixed. Wo must again re
peat that wo cannot publish letters
without this information. "Wo do
not publish it, but require it as a
guarantee of good faith.
"NYoui.ii it not be well to enforce
or rc-cuact that rulo mado by a
former Board of Health that all
diseased dogs should bo killed by
the Polico? There can be no doubt
that, owing to tho Hawaiian habits
of living, thoy spread disease.
It was announced in St. Andrew's
on Suudtiy that Mr. T. II. Davics
had kindly placed his house aud
grounds at the disposal of the con
gregation for tho purpose of meet
ing the Bishop next Thursday after
noon, aud welcoming him on his re
turn to tho diocese.
Thk gymnasium is growing in
favor, tho attendance having in
creased very much. It wants now
that tho committee of management
should exclude, all strangers, prevent
outsiders from coining round and
lookingin at the wiudowo, get a
teacher and a little more apparatus,
to make thething a complete success.
So far, although it is nearly a
year since the appropriation was
passed, the Fire Department have
not succeeded in getting the money
to buy the two new engines that
were to be obtained. In the mean
time, if a fire should break oilt, who
will bo to be blame that we have not
the best appliances to put it out.
Ox Sunday Messrs. Hart Bros,
very generously contributed 5 gal
lons of ice cream to tho patients at
the Queen's Hospital. "We arc ask
ed to state on their behalf that it
was most gratefully appreciated.
We would like to be able to record
many more such instances of
Sushay was All Fool's Day.
Owing, no doubt, to the sacred
character of the day on which it fell
very little practical joking was per
petrated. Still, we may inquire,
I low about that whale? It appears
that some one, seized with u desire
to lend others astray, put up a notice
on the bulletin board at the Hotel
that the Nettie Merrill had towed a
whale iuto the harbor, and that it
was alongside the wharf. Many
credulous people went down to sec
it, and now you have only to men
tion the word "whale" in sonic
places to call up one (of anger.)
Mit. Mclncrny's stock embraces
some very fine articles in tho way of
furnishing goods. The now colors
and patterns of silk hose for ladies
or gentlemen arc extremely striking.
Then the Lisle, Balbriggau, cotton
and merino hose give such a variety
of choice that to describe would be
the task of Sisyphus. Then the ele
gant dress suits and English walking
suits, shirts, collars, cuffs, neck
wear, Cartwright & "Warner's under
wear, &c, exist in such quality and
quantity that Mr. Mclnerny could
at, say, G hours' notice, furnish a
complete outfit sufficient to take a
man to Europe aud back. Lastly we
noticed the spring styles for 1883 in
straw and felt hats, which have just
reached these shores.
Tin: well now flowing in Thomas'
Square is the sixth bored by Messrs.
Barnes & McCaudless. The pipe is
of the same diameter as that in the
Palace Yard, 8g inches inside dia
meter, and the water began to flow
at -175 feet, and continued increas
ing till they had reached a depth of
500 feet, when the volume remained
steadfast. Up to 1 i.m. on Satur
day they had bored to a depth of
510 feet. The head of tho well is
27 feet above the level of the sea
and, without any cap, oranythiug of
that kind, when the boring was stop
ped and the rod lifted out of tho
pipe, the water rose to a height of
15.1 inches above the pipe in a conic
al ebullition that was extremely in
teresting. (While the rope was be
ing drawn up, the water would rise
some feet on it in a cascade of pecu
liar, filmy, prismatic-colored , drops
that was extremely pretty.) The
contractors began td put up the ap
paratus on tho 1st of March, but did
not begin boring till nbout a week
On Sunday, April 1st, at tho Queen's
Hospital, of coiihiunplion, 11. O'Brien,
native of Baltimore, Mmyluml, U.S.A.
A member of Engine Co. No, 2.
A DRAFT for Sil.OO; No. 187; drawn
on II. Uuckfcld & Co., by liana
Plantation. Payment plopped.
805 31 OSCAR UNNA.
. OARPENTKR & JOBBER,
No. IS King Ht., near thu Bridge.
All kinds of binall jobs, Mich as gate and
fence mend in j:, A'o,, attended to mid at
moderate chaiges. JU5 ly
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
WOMEN, for House work and for
Minding Children, Apply at
!)50 lw No. iJ School street.
A PAIR of PURE-DREp LINNETS.
Thi: llui.Lun.v Omou.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
IKowc'h StniMlnrt! McnlcN, endorsed by the United Stalos
Government. Scales for nil purpo-es. Dormant
AVarchoiW! Scales, &c., &c.
A new and carefully selected assortment of
CJuvuleli!LN, X-hhk, nucl XiUiilurti.
Carriage Lamps of mot approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
Tho largest variety lo he found
on the Islanda.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD is PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magnoso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Bond Ca?es.
.U a test of the firci proof qualities of Ihc MagnowOalcltc, held oil the snncMot
near the City Ball, San Francisco, Nov. 27th, a pile of about a cord ornHclitylne"
wood was prepared, and live gallons of tar poured over it. A small iron chest, with
a l?.i Inch lining of Magnoso-calcitc was placed in thu centre of the pilo mid the
mass set lire to. After the chest had been kept at a red beat for an hour, it was
taken from the lire, cooled with water, and opened, and tho contents, consistlng'Of
papers and circulars, ere found in a perfect state of preservation, being not at all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of .smoke.
AVe, the undersigned, wore present at tho above test, and saw the box opened,
and wc ceitlfy to the perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per
fectly satisfactory lo us. II. L. Dormi:, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Laton,
A pnblfc test ol tho quality of those goods will bo mado at an early date. ,; ,,
Reciprocity Relations .Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Ibl.inds and tho United Stales, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
J. 3EI. VIESJCA.N9
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Merchant street, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and properly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
YOTJ CAN BTJTT
EDiCINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
New iOnis1 Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
43 lm r IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
S e w i n g 3E2, o o in
Apply immediately at the
Dressmaking Parlors of
IJ. P. EIILERS & Co.,
004 lw Poit street.
A NEW DEFAIITU11E !
WILLIAM DULLER "
No. G! Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Rctwecn Nuumiu and Port strccls.
f"piIE public will please take notice
X. that I have just opened in the above
premises, and as I am a thorough prac
tical mechanic in my line of husinesh
having done some of the ilnest work at
the Palace and other rcMdcnccs in Hono
lulu lccently would therefore most re
spectfully solicit a call from the com
munity. Pino upholstered work in eveiy variety
Drapery and Lambrequines of every
description madu to order.
Carved and polished window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
Repairing and polishing Pianos,' Mu
sical Boxes, etc.
Tho linest French and varnished pol.
ibhiugdouo in tho Kingdom.
Carpets, Oll-cloth and matting cut and
laid at short notice.
All work guaranteed and done on tho
most reasonable terms. U01 ly
To be found at U. II. Robertson's
office, Queen street. Wi
MRS. 0. A. MIDDLET0N,
Orders can bo left with J. W. Ron
BOO miTso.v & Co. lm
ALL persons having claims against
tho Eitutu of T. V. Wnngcuhoini,
will please present their bills, and all
persons indehlcd to this Estate will
pleaso settle accounts by navment to
II. P. GLADE,
l)04,tHt Consul for Austria and Hungary
rpHE co-partnership huretoforo ovist.
X ing between Patrick Mcluemy &
Thomas D.ily, known as "Mclnernj
Daly & Co." in tho Confectionery ami
Cigar business, curried on at No. (13
Nuuanu btreet, is tills day dissolved by
mutual consent. Tho business will bo
carried on by P. Molncrny.
; UOi Ul
March 01, 16BJ.
Just; Opened !
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuanu street, (above Bcrctania st.)
NEW GOODS Imported FRESH GOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
Kerosene Oil a specialty.
J2F"See tho Family Kerosene Oil Can,
with lock faucet.
N.B Goods delivered free of charge,
and satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
returned. 304 ly
HAS REMOVED his Office and Resi
deuce to the
Cor. of UieliartlH mid itci'ctmila HtM.
Oi'Tior: Houns H to 10 a.m.; 1 to a
8ol p.m.: :30 to7:!J0 p.m Jim
MR A. HERBERT having received
some choice varieties' ot
Vines from California,
Is now able to supply thorn in quantities
lo suit to those who would wish to try
tho experiment. If,uny are doubtful of
tho success of it thoy should go out nnd
sec his Ranch at Kalihi,
130 tf Address P.,Q. Box 44
THE undersigned has sold tho Oil
Clothing Branch of his business' to
Messrs. M. "WTMcCkcsnoy &Sou, No. 4U
Thanking tho public for past liberal
piitronago, I would request for my suc
cessors u continuance oi me same,
March 28lh, 1883. 5101 lm
TfHIE undersigned lmvo purchased.
A from M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Business, aud solicit a continuance ol'
tho generous patronage received by our
M. W. McCIIESNEY & SON,
No. 42 Queen street.
Honolulu, Match 28, 1883. U1 lm
THE undersigned give notico that
they have obtained u Pateut for an
Improved furnace for tho Consumption
of Grecu Trash, directly from tho mill,
and other wet fuel, by means of Intro
ducing a current of hot air into tho fur
mice, through hot-air flumes.
This Patent is based upon u Caveat
tiled in tho Interior Department, Oct.
iSOth, 1882, and is superior to all putents
issued after said date.
AH persons arc warned against in.
fringing this Patent! suit will bo
brought against any person so doing.
Full particulars may bo obtained, of tho
undersigned, or of W. G.Irwin &'Co,
Agents. P. N. MAKEE,
UW lm 8. HARRISON.
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