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MR. JOSEPH feTUAUT Isnuthorlrci
io collect nil uicounti duo Tin
D.wtiV Uuiit.mis, on and after this date
wlioe receipt for tltc Mime -will bo sufli
J)aii.t Botartht Office,
Honolulu, Feb. Mill, 1831.
THUltSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale at Sales Room
of Lyons &. LcApy, at 10 o'clock.
Reception ami welcome lo the
Wallop of Honolulu, at the residence
of T. II. Dtivics, Esq., from 3:30
Guild of St. Andrew's, regular
nionllily meeting, at Cathedral Close
at 7 :30.
Chapter of Rose Croix, 7 ;fJ0.
A noteworthy anival, by the bark
C. R. Bishop, on Tuesday, was that
of llnce animals of the famous Hol
sloin or Fiisian breed of cattle, foi
the Pan an dairy of Judge MeCully.
This breed is claimed to be the fust
in the woild in lespect to quantity
of milk, anil to be equal lo any
ollicis for beef. They :uc the result
of the caieful breeding for cnein
lions of the intelligent and thrifty
people of the low counliics, famous
as farmers and exporters of beef,
butter and cheese. These animals
were procured tlnough the house of
Hackfeld & Co., Mr. J. C. l'liugur,
of Bremen, giving great personal at
tention and interest to the selection,
aided by some gentlemen well ac
quainted with the subject. Xo pains
were spaied to select for the long
and expensive voyage animals which
bhould prove of the highest value to
the importer, and generally to the
stock of the islands. They aic all
herd book or register ud animals,
each accompanied by otlicial certifi
cates of their entry, and descriptions
of maiks and character. They arc
the' bull "Hercules," and cows
"Europa" and "Elma," both due
to calve by separate thoroughbicd
It is extremely gratifying lo the
public to find that such pains and
expense have been taken to impoi t
cattle that will not only give a better
quality of meat and milk, than those
alreadj' heie but that aie intended
to improve the stock herds per
manently, and wo arc quite certain
that, the public will not be slow to
icmcnibcr who it is that has made
these effoitb to raise the standaul of
quality iu milk and meat in thcac
Monday, April 2.
Naia, Ahiena, Kauakahi, Kcaloha,
Keoni, J. Dcbay, II. Hornman, Ka-
uhi, and J. Ludwckooko, di units,
forfeited $0 bail each. J. Biudloy
drunk, fined S3 and $1 costs. Pn
kcle, affray forfeited bail &10. Keo
ki, and Kaihe, disturbing quiet of
night forfeited $10 bail each. R.
Wcnifield, assault and battciy
'remanded to 3rd. Piikoi, sanio
charge, forfeited HO bail. Jlaalia,
violating Rnle G express legulalions,
fined $5 and 1 cobts.
Tuesday, Apiil 3,
R. II. Whitfield, drunk, remanded
fiotn the 2nd, fined 85 and $1 costs.
Also remanded for assault, and re
rcmanded to the 4th. H. Morgan
and Kamaki, drunks, fotfeited So'
bail each. Samuel, drunk, fined S5
and 8 1 costs. Paakcic and II. "Wil
liams, afftoy, fined $5 and 3 costs
each. J. O'lhicn and "W. Clively,
affray; O'Btien forfeited $10 bail,
Clively remanded to the 7th. Ka
walaauolc, disobedience to parents,
remanded to the -lth.
Tho Amy Turner, Capt. Nowcll,
will btiil direct for Hong Kong on
Monday. Schooner Ehukai brought
451 bags sugar.
Tho Abcraman took on Tuesday
6,228 bags of sugar, .weighing 732,
407 lbs., 2,029 bags of rice, weigh
ing 20200 lbs., and 200 tons Pig
iron.in transitu. Dom. value, 853,-'G7-1.86,'
The Lady Lampson tookyestcr
lay 7,479 bags of sugar, weighing
114 tons, 3,685 pkgs sugar, weigh
ing -120 tons, and 34.4 kegs sugar',
weighing 51,103 lbs. Dom. value,
LOCAL Ss GENERAL ITEMS.
Tiik Polo will take passengers and
mail for the Oceanic at VI noon.
Lahouk ought to be cheap shortly
with so many new immigrants from
Tnr: mall for San t'tanciseo, per
Oceanic, will close at the Post Office
at 10 o'clock this morning.
Coi.ds arc prevalent just now.
Every fifth one you meet replies to
your inquitics after his health, ahl
Tin: Paukaa Sugar Co. has paid a
dividend of 20 cents a share. This
is the second since the Company
was incorporated about sis months
Mvsiekious rumours fill tho air
concerning changes and ptojected
enlerpiifacs. It is quite acomfoit
to hear th.it something is about to
be done for no have had nothing
. . i
Howisitthatthc Government does
not attend to its repeated pi oniiscs
in the matter of street scrapeis and
water carts? Also iu the matter
of the new fit e-ongincs? Is it want
Wk hear that next week the
original statue of Katnehaincha is to
be unveiled in the district of Koha
la. His Majesty and Miite accom
panied by detachments of tho army
and volunteers will be piesent A
good many visitois from Honolulu
It appeals that electioneering for
the next session has nheady begun.
Four names for the representation
of Honolulu are already mentioned
who may be classified as follows, 3
Hawaiian? and 1 foreigner. Two of
the Hawaiian s, and the foreigner tire
The sloop Ilihilani was between
wind and water. She was very
heavily laden on her down trip, and
the water ran in her cabin door
The pump was broken. She anchor
ed inside Pcail river, and her deck
load of lumber was lafted alongside.
The Pclc went down yesterday to
tow her lo Unlaw a, her destination.
It is of gtcat interest to note the
increase of work, and consequently
inctense in value, of our Post Office.
Usually the mails to the other
Islands on Monday and Tuesday
average fiom 1,000 to 1,500 lettcis
each day, but last Monday by the,
Twalani, Kilauea Hon, and C. R.
Bishop 3,22G letter-, and 2,298
papers weio dispatched and by the
Likehke and .fas. Mnkec, on Tues
day, 3,223 lctteib and 2,041 papers.
Probably the quarterly accounts
make up a pait of this increase.
Wj: would direct our readers'
special attention to the advertise
ment of Mr. W. Johnson, merchant
tailor, which will bo found iu another
column. Mr. Johnson's reputation
is built upon his 520 ycar.s' experience
in business here, bo that vvc need
add nothing further on that bcore.
But wc would remark .that tho
present titno forms a bpocial oppor
tunity for testing or to-tobting his
nieiits as ho has just received a
quantity of now mntetial of the
Yi:stchiay Hnilnma, Kamekona,
and Kaai weio tiicd at the Supremo
Court for the manslaughter iu the
3rd degree, of Paiola. It will be ic
nirmbcicd that it was in n drunken
row on the mail w hart on the Cth
January. Paiola died on the 17th
January from an abscess on the
biain. Ho had been hit by a buck
et. The top of his skull was ex
hibited iu Court yesterday, showing
the hole that had been made tlnough
the scull. It was over an inch in
diameter and nearly circular. Plec'es
of the bono were also exhibited.
Yi:sti:iiiay wc were fehonn bomo
very flno largo strawberries, raised
heie by Mr. Kraft, jeweller. lie has
hem ou exhibition iu his shop on
Merchant sticct. Tho largest, a
double one, measured 2 inches by 2
inches. The average size was an
inch and a half by half an inch.
They aic a Get man vaticty known
as the Annua or pine-apple sti.iw-,
'beiry. It tcsemblcs u kind known
in England ttsTiollope'aEatly Victo
ria. They are very sweet lasting.
Mr. Kraft informs us that he has
1,800 plants of them.
(l'loin Our Own CuiivKiuimluilA
John Hnllidivy, of Honoktm, was
fined at Ililo $200, for selling spirit
without a license. ,
The schooner Ktiuikcaouli left
Honolulu on Tuesday. at the same
time as the Likclike. She arnvctl at
Honokaa on Thursday, at noon. In
one day she disehai ged a full cargo
df fi eight, and in a day, and a half
loailcu up with 2,u()() bags of sugar
at the Honokaa Cable
Mcclat foi tho Uiillv Unllcltn.t
"A Scientist named Mivat t will
soon issue a wink on tho cat," says
the JSTeichaven Huihtcr. We've
done that already. It was a heavy
copy of Sliakspi'iu's plays, and we
issued it fibm u lliiid stoiy window,
and it took her light between the
sliouldcis, and we hope it bioko her
Dear as butchers' meat i&, it'is
likely to become much dearer.
According to the rale 'of advance
ment in pricob which has obtained
for tho past si week's hy midsum
mer, mutton chops will bo a "greater
delicacy in London than terrapin,
tut tic, and antelopc.steakb. As with
tho chop in town, so with the btealc
in tho country. Recent reports
from Shropshire,' Lancashire, and
ono or two other counties toll of the
alainiing spread of the foot-and-mouth
disease. One expected by
this time, as a means of cheapening
butcher's meat in the metropolis, a
largo increase in tiie supply of frozen
Australian mutton. Can it be that
the ti ado has augmented, , and has
got into the lianas ofcute Smith
field dealers who have supplied the
public with "real Southdown legs of
mutton" fed and picparcd for con
sumption in .New South Wales? I
should not wonder. It was a Queen
of France who durins a famine in
that land wondered how any one
could be hungry when nice little
cakes could be put chased for a
penny. Similarly why should any
Londoner staivc when pheasants
and partridges ate so cheap? It was
only List week I saw the former
ruaikcd ten .shillings and sixpence
each and tho latter seyen shillings
and sixpence per brace. Verily le
jeu ne vaut'pus li&cfiafirfellc, which
freely tendered .means, game is not
worth this inflated piico at Candle
mas. Auction Sales by Lyons cVLevey.
This Day, Thursday,
Apiil 5th, at Sales Room,-at 10 a. m.
Regular Cash Sale
Ready Made Clothing,
Giocciics, KeiOjno Oil,
Glassware, Dry Goods,
Crockery, Furniture, &c.
1 Semi Grand Piano Forte,
Also, 200 Sacks of Barley,
Potatoes and No. 1 Sugar.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneer-.
TWO OFFICES, upstairs in tho
buildiiiK'Occuplcd by the under-
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
READ THIS !
rpiIE umll'isigni'iT would most respect
X fully inform Ills old custonicis and
the public of Honolulu, and tho other
Ihlnmls, that ho Is to bu found In tho
Rear of A. W. Richardson's
:So. S JTort Street,
Whero ho will bu most happy to show
Jtls custonieis u splendid fine of
Scotch & English Tweeds,
Just imported by Jhe Into J. G. Tucker.
Also, Mmo vciy flno
Black and Blue Diagonals,
Black and Blue Broad Cloths
of the 'best quality, always oa hand.
And tho ubiial line ol Tnilois' GooiU.
Cleaning and Ropaliing wlllitceUo
Address or call at
03? at 08 Fott M., Honolulu,
HAS HEMOYlJb his OJIlcoiind Hei.
denco to tho ,
Cor. or Itlclini'ilN ami JIvvHunlii Hit.
Orr-'icr; Homtb S.ty d u.ni.j 1 to a
oj l p.lil.: (i:o0 Io7:u0p.uii 'Jill
DILLINGHAM & CCh'S
BULLETIN OF NEWGGOD
iloc' tandunl ScuIohi. uuloi&ul by the United Statos
Govcrninent. Scales for all put posts. Donnant '
Wnrehbtuo Scales, iS.c, itc
A new and cin-fully alcctod n'tditiucnt of i"
OhtuuU4lier.v. Jl.iinlii, and' Ttiiilcrti.
Catiiagc Lunisof most npjnoxcd Aincrlcuu patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'cnts
!' Thojurijcst Mulelylu bo found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & bTHKET LAJIPS,
VItlTU LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new. discovery,, .. ,.
The Magneso-Oalcito Fire Proof Safes,
Je.-el Cases liinl Bond Cases.
U u tcit of the tiro proof qualities of the Mitgnco Cnlcrtc, held ou tho saniMot
near the City ll.ill, S.ui rianci-co, Nov. S7lh, a pile of about a cord ofiplteh-pinc
wood was ptcp.ircd, and llo gillons ol tnr pouted over it.i A hmnll iron clrcst, witJi
u1Jf inch lining ol Miigncso-c.ilcitc was plmod in the centre of the pile and the
magnet the to. Aftei the chest h.ul been kept at a red heat for an hour, it was
tnkcu from tlm the, cooled with water, and opined, anil the contents, consisting of
pnpeia and eiiculnr, wuie found in a perfect state of preservation, being not at all
dhcolotcd, only slightly waim, and haying a ttilling smell of smoke.
"We, the uuilerolguuij, wore piecnt at lite above test, and saw the bo opened,
mid wc cctiify to the perfect pie-crvatloa of its contents. The cntiro left was per
fectly hatisfuctory to us. II. L. Dotioi:, (IJf Dodge,' Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Laton,
nnilothcix. ' i
j A public test of tho quality ol those goods will bo mado at an early daier .
j ' ' '
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands anil tho United Stnj'eb, and ,
belwicn tlie Hawaiian Islands and
.T. 13. WISEMAN,
- -Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
, ' , Business' Agent,
Offlec, 'i'i Meiohnnt sticct, ' . .'' Hawniifm Gazette Block.
The only lccognizid Ke.il Ebtatc Broker in thc.Kingdom. ,
Land and piopcrty forsile in nil parts of Honolulu and thciaiipus Islands.
Hoii'-cs to leiwo and lent in Honolulu and buburbs. ,.
Booms to lent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
mi i w itfittfcmii'uiw. m'Kjnunnii.'m"
TTOXJ CAN 33TJY .
MEDICiNES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper, at i c!',,
PALMER &. THACHEE'S
IVe-w Xiiig- Stove, '
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWNn . . -
M3 lm " 'es3 IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
Goods iii Every iDe.pai'Jinent. Marked Down
And 3XuhL 1o Sold '
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW & VARIED STOCK
, ( To arrive shortly foni Uiistem and Euiopcau Markets.
The Leading Millinery House of Clws. J. Fihel.
JJUTSON, ACCOUNTANT. '
To be found at G. II. Robertsou'h
office, Queen stieit. , U34
MR A. HERBERT having received
homo choico vaiieties ot
Vines from California,
is now able to supply them in quantities
to suit to thec who would wish to try
the oxper iincnt. If any aro doubtful of
tho ui.ee3 of it they should go out and
heo his Ranch at Kalihl.
jjUO tf Address P. O. Box 41
''piIE "undersigned has sold tho Oil
X Clothing Branch of his busiuess to
Messis. 31. 'VY.McChesnoy &Son,.No. 43
(idecn street. ' 'I
Thanking tho public for past liberal
patronage, I would rajucst for my suc
cessors a continuance of tho same.
March 28tll, 1883. ' :i(!l lm
riHE undersigned have puiihasid
X from M. DavlH Ills Oil Clotlilng
Jiuslncbs, anil solicit a contiuuuiiuc ol
tho genetous patronage received by our
M. W. McOHESNEY & SON,
No. 4 Queen stiecl.
Honolulu, Afatch 28, 1883. 801 lm
' , X'utent Notice.
rpiIE undersigned givo notnu that
X they huo ohtalnul a Patent foi an
Impiovid fuinneo for thu Consumption
of (JreenTiash, diieetly lioni the mill,
and otlier wet fuel, by means of intto
duciug a cm rent ol hot air into the fui
nuie, tlnough hot-air Humes.
Titis Patent is bused upon a Cucat
tiled in tho Interior Hepartnieat, Oct.
JiOth, 1883, and is supeiior to all patents
issued after said date.
.All persons aio warned against in
fringing this Patent; biiit will bu
In ought against any peuou so doing.
Pull particulars may bo-dbtnincd of tho
undeisiaiipil, oroi W. G. Irwin &C0,
Agents,' JVN. MAlHn,
' ti iincm a wc
b' IIARRIBON. '
WIIJBllWMMIIIIMIIIliwMWWW BWW M
A NEW DEPiUtTURE !
WILLIAM 'MILLER .
No. C3 Hotel strctl,
Opposite International Hotel,
BctwceuJNuuanu and.Fort Btrcot.
THE public will plcaso take notice
that I havejust'opeuedin'tho aboc
piemisos, and abl ama thoiougli prac
ticnlimcchanip inniy, lino of busincs-
having done b6mo of tho finest work at
tho Palace and other residences In Hoiif
lulu'reoently would therefore most re
spectfully solicit a call, from the coni.
Fine upholstered work in every variety
' Drapery and Lambrcqulnes of every
description made to order.
Carved and polished window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu.
slcal Boes, etc
Till! ilnnst Prnnnli linrl .n-l,U,..l 1
ishlng done in tho Kingdom.
Caipets, Oil-cloth iinu matting cut and
laid ul short, notice.
All work guaranteed and done on the
most reasonable terms. aoi ly
( . ' Notice,
ALL petspns having claims. against
the Ektnlo of T. V. Wmigciflit'Im,
will plcaso present their bills, and nil
persons Indebted to this Estate will
please bcttlo accounts bv payment to
II, i GLADE,
001 at Consul for Austria and 4Iiingry
rpiIE copaitiiersliip heretofore eiht.
X ing between Patrick Mclncrnv &.
1 nomas Daly.i known as '"Mclnefnvl
Daly & Co," in the Confectionery and
Cigar bifjlncis, carried ou at No. lia
Nuuanii strict, Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Tho business 'will bo
can led on by P, Mrlncrny.
Maich 31, 1881
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