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Honolulu, Feb. mill, 1881.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 188!).
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Monthly IUeetin of the Missionary
Gleaners, Fort St.'Clmreh, 2:90.
"Baud nt Emma .Square, at -I :'M
Sale of ICnuravinps, Chroinoi, etc.,
at Sales Room of Messrs. Lyons &
Levey, at 7 o'clobk.
Gospel Temperance Electing at
Bethel, at 7 ::().
llethel Stimlay School, at !) ;-lu.
Fort St. Sunday School, at? t:tj.
Bethel. Rev. )V. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cur
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral. Kt. Uev.
Bishop Willis, morning, and Rev. G.
"Wallace in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15.
WELC0M3 TO THE BISHOP.
Thursday afternoon will be mem
orable to the congregation of St.
Andrew's a the day on which they
welcomed home their Bishop, after
his long absence on the arduous
labour of rousing a spirit of practic
al interest in England concerning
tlic Church in Honolulu.
T. II. Davics, Esq., the British
Vice-Consul, kindly placed his
beautiful residence and grounds on
Uuuanu Avcuuc at the disposal of
the congregation for the afternoon's
enjoyment. Everything was of that
informal and happy nature which
characterizes the return, after a long
' absence, of a beloved father to his
His Lordship the Bishop, assisted
by Mr. ami Mrs. Davics, received
on the sheltered piazza of the liiauku
residence, and after each visitor had
paid their respects to them, they sat
down to chat or went for a stroll
about the beautiful gardens. In the
meantime the Band played the fol
lowing beautiful selections :
. March L'luiuli
Quadrille- The Times
Selection Bohemian Girl
"Wall. My Queen
Git'op In the Cenlie
During the interval Mr. Davics,
in a few happy and humorous re
marks, welcomed the Bishop back
on behalf of the congregation. The
lev. Mr. Mackintosh then read the
following address on behalf of the
Honolulu, N.I., April ;", 1883.
To the Right Hovorcnd,
The Lord Bishop of Honolulu :
' Wrc, tho undersigned clergy of
the Diocese of Honolulu, do most
heartily and affectionately greet you,
our Chief Pastor and Friend, on
your return to your Flock, and do
most fervently thank our Heavenly
Father, that He hath safely brought
you through the perils and dangers
of land and sea, back to the scene
of your labours.
"Wc earnestly trust that God has
prospered you in tho great work,
which you so lovingly undertook for
tho welfare of His Holy Church, and
that we shall shortly see the fruit of
your labours crowned with success,
"in the erection and completion of a
glorious building, meet for Him,
who sitteth upon His Throne in tho
High Heavens. We furthermore
sincerely trust, that you return
amongst us, with renewed health
mid strength to perform tho arduous
duties of your isolated diocese ; and
wo also hope that you will find the
work, which God has been pleabed
to give each of us to do for lliin in
His Church, has brought, forth much
good fruit. In all love,
"Wo beg to remain,
Your Lordship's faithful servants.
Signed Alexander Mackintosh,
Priest; George Wallace, Priest;
Rev. C. E. Groser, Priest, "Waihiku ;
Uev. Z. II. Turton, Priest, Lahaina;
Uev. S. II. Davis, Priest, S. Kona;
J!cv. . "Wainwrighl. Piicst, Kapaa;
Uu". Jkookcs O; Baker, Deacon, N.
Komi; Bev. II. V. K. Whnllcy, N.
Kohaln; Rev. A. Clark, Deacon,
.YTuialua ; Jtov, W, A. Swat), t Dea
con, Honolulu. .
Tho Bishop then responded by
thanking tho clergy and those pre
sent cordially for their kind wel
come and giving a short resume of
lis labours. The result of these wi
oltoollo of over 2,000 for tl
Thcu the " Old English Country
Dance" was started, and n very
pretty and pleasing sight it proved
to be. Tho following description of
the ligtirc may be of interest to our
lady friends: The company is ar
ranged in two lines, the gentlemen
on one side and the Indies on the
other. The flr.-L couple advance to
the centre, retire, and salute and
balance partners. Then hands across
with second couple. Then the first
couple lead down the centre and
back, taking up the third couple ;
after tho first couple have got some
distance along the ranks the second
couple also start in, and then the
third, and so on, until finally the
whole arc engaged in the dance at
After this an open air refection
was served in the shape of coffee,
lea, cakes etc. During the afternoon
the college boys and others amused
themselves on the swings, parallel,
and horizontal bars, giaut stride, etc.
Luckily the threatened rain held off
and everything was most enjoyable.
His Majesty the King, Her Maj
esty the Queen Dowager, II. 15. II.
Princess Likclike, lion Mr Cleghorn,
lion. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I?. Bishop,
Major Wodchousc, Mr. and Mrs.
Fecr, Mr. Gibson, and Mr. Kapena,
were among those present. It was
noticeable to that the Bishop's friends
were not confined to those of his
own congregation but embraced
amongst them many of the leading
members of the other churches.
Emma Square Concert.
The Band will givo a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at !: .'30 o'clock. The fol-
owing is the programme:
Overture A Simimornight (ucw)..Suppc
Balled Good Nisht (new) V lit
Wall Little Noil : Godfrey
Selection Barber or Seville. . . .Rossini
Gavotte Stephanie C.ibulku
GnlopT-Full Speed (new) Bolim
The Liholilio brought 1,336 bags
sugar, and 10( bags paddy, and the
Mile Morris brought 100 sheep.
The schooner Liholilio was hauled
up on the marine railway on Thurs
day afternoon, and was lowered
The Elinor Vernon brought 7,-113
cases Calcium Light oil, iron pipe
etc., fli'J coils rope,. 582 bills, con
taining 1,050 reams paper, 1,390
kgs nails, :)!)1 bbls whiskey etc., 52!) 7
boxes bottled beer, hardware etc.,
-15 duck etc., 98 pkgs gen indse,
!)5 csks whiskey, 90 stoves etc., 25S
bars, and 52 tons Cumberland coal.
The Josephine was 04 days from
Panama, anil the Page 21 days from
The schooner Page will sail soon
for the Arctic to trade, and as
tender to the whale bark Seabreeze.
The German num-of-war Leipsic
dailcd for this port from Valparaiso
two days previous Jo the sailing of
Schr Luka brought 2,000 bags su
gar. The Jubilee has her fore-top-mast
fitted. She clears from the wharf
to-day in ballast ; and will leave for
the Sound on Monday.
The Chas Hanson sails to-day for
The Jennie brought -100 bags of
The Hazard will sail for S. 8.
Islands on Wednesday.
H. I. R. M. NAJIESDNIK
arrived yesterday 3(5 days from
Valparaiso. She carries 7 guns 21
olliccrs and 170 men and measures
1 ,350 tons. The following is her
list of officers :
Lieutenants, Mordnwln, Eisinontt, Gieg.
Midshipmen, Ivanoll", Scliwnnk. Wiilll",
Biirtonieii', PuvKill', Lamb-.dorll
Schulz. t '
Engineers, Mideroll', Vcdornikoff, Oh.
Naval Olliccrs, Vaseliell', Voroiuoll'.
Doctor, Km i i n oil".
Two Chinamen cutting grass at
Palatini on Thursday afternoon
quarrelled, and one assaulted the
other with an axe. Fortunately he
did not succeed iu inllictjng any in
jury, lie was m rested and taken to
the .Station House.
LOOAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
All Chinamen were landed from
the Oceanic on Thursday.
. . .
Cot.. C. P. laukca was appointed
a Privy Councillor yesterday.
YoV have a splendid chance to buy
fine paintings and chromos to-night
at Lyons & Levey's sale.
Tut: Band will give an extra
Concert on Monday April Dili, at
Mollis' arc now
former price Si.'.
gowns at A. M.
selling at $1.-25;
Yi:sti:uda.y Iliulnma,Kainekona and
Kuai were sentenced to I year's im
prisonment each at bard labour.
At Fori St. Church. Sunday morn
ing. Mr. Cruznn will take for his
theme, "So run that j e may obtain."
and iu the evening "Another Sinner
among the Christians!"
Ox Sunday evening atSt. Andrew's
Cathedral the Hev. Geo. Wallace
will preach on "The Law of Social
Purity. " It forms one of a series
of sermons, on the ten command
ments. - -i .
WmitK the past few days since
Monday, "W.'O. Smith, stockbroker,
lias sold I shares Koloa Sugar Co.
slock, terms private; 1Q0 shares
Paukaa Sugar Co. stock, at par (10
pet share) ; and two lots of Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co. stock,
often shares each, at 8130.
Tun O. and O. s.s. Oceanic which
sailed on Thursday for-San Francisco
is a splendid specimen of naval
architecture. Site was b.uilt at
Belfast, Ireland, in 1870, is 120 feet
in length, 20 feet beam, 31 feet
depth of hold and is of 3,707 tons
tonnage. She sailed for San Fran
cisco at 5 p.m.
.- , .
Ykstkkuay the Teaser started in
to snub the Friend on the slalcucss
and incorrectness of its shipping
news. Seeing, the source from which
tho l?rcmVx shipping news is taken
is the most correct in the city, and
that the Teaser,n own shipping' lists
arc notorious for the errors and
omissions and as well as their st-ile-ness.
All sensible people will laugh
at the would-be censor.
Tin: gymnasium is getting to be
more and more of a popular resort
with tho young men of the com
munity. This is as it ought to be,
and we hope shortly to sec tho time
when all of our youths will be en
rolled as members. After watching
the practicing for the lust few weeks
and seeing the splendid muscle dis
played and the strength and vim
shown in going through the various
exercises, we feel impelled to give
it, as our opinion, that the young
men of no other country nre supplied
with any greater amount of muscular
strength. And with this in view it
becomes ridiculous to state that this
climate causes a man to become
inert. lie onby becomes so if he
allows himself to get lazy.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Saturday, April "ah, at 7 o'clock, at our
Sales lioom, Beaver Block,
will be sold,
ritupies in Plush Frames,
Elegant Cabinet Photo Frames
Ilimdhomo Parlor Hugo,
and n Variety of Fancy Article
Ojic Decorated Dinner Sot
over 100 pieces j
One Semi Grand Piano,
Plated AVaie, &c., Ac.
Lyons & Lkvi:y, Auctioneers.
" Elinor Vernon,"
of Now York. Uullt iu 187U.
Rates Al. New Spurs and newAVlrc
Rigging last year. wdl supplied with
sails, carries W0 tons dead weight, IMS M
ft hard pine lumber. Has bow ports.
Now metalled in 18') up to J.- feet. In.
(juiru of 1100 lw Cahi'i.k ite Cooku.
r&L CONSIGNEES per "Elinor
.vevnon, win pieaso can lor
iTPGjoiifcr. anil nav lielL'ht.
OASi'LE As COOKE,
A BUNDLE OF BANK BILLS, of
$100 and $50, numbers known. A
big inward will, lie paid joiicturning
tamo to the Ik'iAWi.s Ofllce, UU8 Jw
, r " riw'
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN F NEW GOODS!
iftmrc'ct &tnmlni'l Scales, endorsed by tho United States
dovurnmcut. Scales for nil purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scales, Arc, Arc.
A now anil carefully selected assort incut of
ClmiuleliciM, JL.ii in im unci HuntornN.
Carriage Lamps of mo-l approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Iinpl'ents
The largest variety to lie found
on the Mauds.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD is PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magnoso-Oalcito Fiue Proof Safes,
Jewcl'Cnscs and Bond Cases.
At a test of tho lire proof qualities of tho Magucso-Cnlcitc, held on the sand-lot
near the City Hall, Sim Francisco, Nov. 27th, n pile of about ri cord of pltch'-plno
wood was prepared, and live gallons of tar poured over it.- A small iron chest, with
a l?.j inch lining of Mngneso-c.dollo was placed in tho centre of tho pile and tho
mass set tiro to. After the chest hud been kept at a red heat for an hour, it was
taken from tho lire, cooled with water, and opened, and the contents, consisting of
papers mill circulars, were found in a perfect state of preservation, being not at nil
di-colored, only slightly warm, and having a killing smell of smoke.
We, the undurafgncd, ware present aCtho above test, and paw the box opened,
anil we eerllfv to the perfect preservation of its contents.' The outire test was per
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L; Dodoe, (ofJJodgc, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Latox,
A public test of the quality ol tliasc goads will be made at an early dale.'
Ileciproeity Eolations Ilatlier Kevivifying
f llelween the Hawaiian Inlands anil the United Stales, and
between the Hawaiian Ibhmdu and
.0'. 3E. TTIfiSEJIMCLW,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Olllce, 27 Merchant ttreet, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Ileal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and proper!' for sale in all parti of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
'Howes to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to rent, on suite or single,' throughout Honolulu.
. YOU OJV OBTTSr
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
TVTe-vv 33jfg' Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWN.
m lm .ear if you donm believe it, just try it.
Goods in Every Department Marked I)qvii
A.iul iVLursL be Soltl ' '
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW & VARIED STOCK
To arrive shortly from Ea.-tcrn and European Smrkots. . '
The Leading Millinery House of Chas. J. Fishel.
rnWO OFFICES, imstaii.-, in
X building occupied by the under.
j. w. noBEirraoN & c.
HAS HEMOYED his Ollleoiuid Uesi
deuce to the
Cor. of ltlr.hnrilN unil JJijretnnia MtM.
oVi'iCKlIo'uiis 8 to ibY.m.; 1 to a
ilol p.m.; K;!iQ to 7:!lp p.lll, Urn
To be found nt.G. II'. Robertson's
olllce, Queen street: U1I4
THE undersigned1 has hold the Oil
Clothing-Branch of his business to
Messrs. M. AV. McChesney &S011, No. 42
Thanking tho public for past liberal
patronage, I would request for my suc
cessors a continuance of the same.
March 28th, 1883. ' ' iiot lm
rpitE undersigned havo purchased
X from M. Davis his Oil Clolhinj;
Business, ami holieil a continuance of
the gcucious rmtrpnago received by our
M. W, McCIIESNEV it SON,
No. A'i Queen street.
Honolulu, Match 28, 1880. iiOl tin
l'atciit Notice.. '
rpiIE undersigned give- notice that
X they have obtained a Patentfor 1111
Improved fuinaco for the Consumption
of Gicen Trash, directly from (lie mill,
and other wet fuel, by menus of intro
ducing n current of hot air into the lur
mice, through hot-air Ibpues.
Thjs Patent is bused upon u Caveat
.tiled in Ihu Interior Department, Oct.
UOth, 1882, ami is superior to all patents
issued after said date.
AH persons are warned : against in.
fringing (his Patent ; suit will be
biouglit against any pen-on so doing.
Full purliculiu't may ,)m obtained of tho
undersigned, or oOV. G. Irwin Ac Co ,
Agents. P., N. MAKEE,
'' (i. HOSGRAVES,
J0U lm b. HARRISON,'
A 3f EW DEPAKTUKE !
No. 03 , Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,'
'Between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
fMIE public will plenso take notice
X that I liayejust opened n the above
premises, and as I am a thorough prac
licul'mcchanic in my line of business
having, dono somo of the finest work at
tho Paliicc anil other residences in Hono
lulu recently would therefore most re
spectfully solicit a call from the com.
,Flnu upholstered work in eveiy variety
Drapery and Liu'nbrequiiies of every
description made to order.
Carved and polished window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
Repairing and polishing Piauos, Mu
slcal Boxes, etc.
Tho llncst French and varnished pol.
ishingdono in the Kingdom.
Carpets, Oll.cloth and matting cut and
laid at short notice.
All work guaranteed and done on the
most reasonable terms. 301 Jy
ron yjiK ,
4 e -vv i 11 g,' Rob m
Apply immediately at tho
Dressmaklug Furlors of
B. F. E1ILERS & Co,,
aill lw Fort btrcel.
. CARPENTER 6s JOBBER,
No. 12 King st., near the Bridge.
All kinds of small jobs, such as gate and
feneo nicmUiitf, A;o., attended to mid at
moderate chuiges. aos Jy
, 1. 1 II -'WT,lftil.ll1
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