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ATR JOSEPH STUART is authorized
1YL to collect nil accounts duo Thk
JiAifiV lltJM.Ki in, on mid niter this date,
vlio.'o receipt for ihe -urno will bo sulll
elint. Daily Buu.ivns Olllcc,
" Hmioluln, Feb. llllli, 1831.
JBphe Blailj Ignlldi.i,
FRIDAY, APRIL in, 1880.
THI3 DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Stile, lit Stilus Room
of Messrs. Lyons & Levey, nt 10
Teachers' Association, at Fort HI.
School at '2: 15.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort HI.
Church, nt U o'clock.
Imp. Order of Bed Men, nt 7 :.'J0.
Morning Star Lodge. K. of J. 7:.'30.
Benefit Union, at 7 530.
Wc called on the Auditor-Gcncr.il
yesterday and asked him if the
statement in the Gazette that the
GovcNinicnt was raising funds un
der the act of 1872 was correct. His
reply was, " No, I had that act re
pealed on 27th September, 1870."
"We then asked him if it was a fact
that tiie Government was borrow ing
under sonic other act than that of
1882. His reply to that was, " I am
not Minister of Finance now, the
gentleman who is honored by that
position could give you all the in
formation you require on financial
On Wednesday evening the Band
gave another of their enjoyable con
certs in honor of the Captains anil
oilicers of the Slups-of-war now in
port. Notwithstanding the in
clemency of the weather and the
s rong gale large numbers assembled
to hear it, and loudly applauded
each nunilic;. The following was
the programme :
March Kal ileum
Overture. , Light Clival ly
Select inn The Life for the Czar
Medley German Songs
Waltz Thine Alone
Qusuliillo University Song?
Star Spangled Manner, Russian
llymu, Watch on the Rhine,
Thursday, April 12 W. C. Alcana
and Alciona, conspiracy in the 1st
degree, remanded till the 14th; Attorney-General
and A. S. llartwell
lor the prosecution, I1. M. Hatch for
Alcana, and J. Kusscll for Alciona,
W. Brien, drunk, forfeited bail $G.
Lipina, assault and battery, fined 5
and SH.aO costs.
S. Roth vs. S. K, Kaai, continued
from the 4th ; judgment confessed
for S91, attorney $9.10, costs $.1.2j.
J. P. Mcndouca vs. B. F. Dilling
ham and Yim Quon (assignees of
Lum Kcc Sam), proceedings under
Landlord and Tenant act; continued
till the 19th. Z. S., Hpaulding vs.
F. Miller, action in case, damages
8200; continued to the I5th. J. K;
Wiseman vs. C. J. Wall, action of
assumpsit for 857 ; continued to the
JUth. J. M. Kalanm vs. Poleho,
action of assumpsit for 45 ; plain
tiff elects to have a non-suit : costs
82. Foster & Co. vs. Kaiilukou,
Inaia, and Kkimnna, deserting con
tract service; oi derail to return to
employer: costs 83 each.
The bk. St. Lawrence will be due
in the mouth of June with a load of
coal, consigned to Wilder & Co.
Heavy gales have been reported
during the early part of this week as
blowing outside. The Captain of
the Hesperian thought at one time,
her'nuibts would be' blown out of
The ivalakaun, Capt. Miller, sails
on Monday next for San Francisco.
The bark W. II. Almy, Capt.
Freeman, arrived yesterday, 18 days
from San Francisco.
The Waimanalo brought !510 bags
hiigar, 110 bags lice, and 10 bbls
Tin: (ruzettC) in its last issue,
shows a lamentable want of know
ledge of political history, when it
says, "At the coronation of Alex
ander III. wcie preaeut the most dis
liugiiielicd men," &e. Wo admit
"the 'fact, but the Gazctlo ought to
remember that was prior to the
" dynamite age." No country that
values her public men would dream
of sending them ou such service
looal & General items.
Go and sec the fine flowers, &c,
Lyons & Levey will sell at 12 noon.'
A Pigeon siiooting Match atKali-
hi is proposed for to-morrow.
Wr. learn about 0,000 tons of coal
arc now on tho way to these islands
Japan & Johnson have received
some new goods by Sue.. They will
open tiicm to-day.
Ol-u thanks arc due to J. W.
Robertson & Co. for flics of papers
by all the late mails.
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Tin: Band has done an extra
amount of work this week and we
have had an extra amount of pleasure
in consequence. '
It was rumoured in town yester
day that three bodies of Chinamen
had been thrown overboard from the
Madras, the night before.
Wokk on the foundations of
Campbell's new block is finished,
and the first stratum of brick work
has been laid.
Pr.on.r. need not get frightened
that small-pox will get abroad in the
town, as every precaution necessary
is beinj' taken.
Why were so many bairicadcs
built on Queen street yesterday
morning? They surely weren't till
needed to allow work to be done on
Tin: Chinamen at the Immigration
Depot at Kakaako were most of
them shipped yesterday. Strings of
them wcie to be seen passing up the
Yi:sti:ui)AY the balance of China
men from the Glenclg (some COO)
were landed at the Kahakaaulana
Quarantine Grounds. No signs of
ill health arc observable amongst
Wr. believe there is no law which
authorizes the luna of a gang of pri
soncrs to hit them or administer cor
poral punishment to them at any
time, and yet this was done on
Queen street yesterday morning.
It ought to be looked into.
Wr. arc requested to announce
that the reheat sal of the Amateur
Musical Society announced for this
evening, has been postponed until
Monday evening, when a full at
tendance of members is requested.
Is all districts of the town wc llnd
evidences that the building trade is
in a brisk condition. New buildings
arc just being started while others
arc just being finished. Shops seem
to be the most popular form of
building. The only piuIc now, is,
who is to occupy than all ?
The captain of the Madras yester
day asked the Board of Health to
reconsider their resolutions and per
mit him to land passengers in quar
antine. The Board, however, re
fused to do so, and still hold to their
former determination, not to nllow
any of them to land.
Wm. Hakuottm:, whose death was
repotted in our columns yesterday,
was the only Brigadier-General in
the Hawaiian Army. lie was also
captain of the first Hawaiian brig-of-war,
the Kni. Both these ap
pointments wcro conferred on him in
thu reign of Kamchamcha III.
It was reported yesterday that
there was a case of small-pox in
town, and another in the Quarantine
grounds, both Chinese patients. We
were unable, however, to get any
verification of it last night, and so
far as wc can iluil out there is not the
slightest foundation ' for thcoo
rumours. People ought to bo pro
secuted who raise such fearful
By files received by the Australia
wc see that dilllculties have occurred
.between the New Zealand Govern
ment and a section of the Maorics,
over an attempt liiadc by tlio Gov
ernment to explore a certain portion
of the interior. Finally the greater
portion of thc'Ngatimauiapoto tribe
allowed the exploration, but tho db-
satisfied ones captured the exploring
party and only gave thcin up when
compelled by the bnlancc of the
tribe. Since then the troops, have
captured 2!J of the rebellious natives,
and they arc now awaiting trial. An
outbreak was fcaicd at first.
The Alia, of Mai eh Kith, says:
"The Hall Brothers arc building a
steamer 1G0 feet long. Her decks
nre now being put in, and she will
conic here for her boilers and ma
Yi:sti:i!iay Captain Welters, of
the bark C. 11. Bishop, met with a
seiious accident, lie had to move,
his vessel from her moorings to
make room for the Janet Com t, and
was accompanying Captain Fuller
along Allen & Roliinson's wharf to
be shown where his vessel was now
to be moored. Captain Fuller was
walking u pace or two in advance,
when, suddenly, without any warn
ing, and from no isible cause, five
pieces of lumber, 10x12, fell down
on Captain Wollcrs and broke his
left leg, just above the knee. Dr.
Meyer, of Kauai, was immediately
bent for, and with the assistance of
the two doctors of the German man-of-war,
fixed his leg wo that he could
be moved, lie was taken to the resi
dence of Mr. Bollc, at Waikiki,
where he now is under the euro of
Dr. Brodic. At last accounts he was
Auction Sale3 by Lyons & Levey.
This Day, Friday,
April 13th, at 10 a. in., at Sales Room, nt
Regular Cask Sale
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Furniture, Crockery, Sewing Machines,
&c, Arc, &C.
A consignment of Gold ic Silver
100 pieces Pantaloon Patterns,
Sacks si nd Cases Potatoes,
Sacks Barley, AVhcat and Sugar.
Also, it collection of Choice Plants;
Also, for account of Underwriters,
Six Iron Bedsteads !
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
BY ORDER OF
Mcsmvm. ;. W. 31 ac J aria n'e & o.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th,
At 10 a. in.
AT TIIE PRATT STORE,
In Beaver Block, Queen St.
PARTICULARS IN POSTERS.
E. V. Adams, Auctioneer,
A SITUATION; as Cleik In a whole
hale or letnil business, by a young
married gentleman, late front San Fran
cisco. Aililie-ts E. B., this office. 374-1 w
SOME weeks ago, a binall POCKET
BOOK, containing some visiting
cards, potngu stamps and photograph.
Flmlcr will nohiutauiy rowarncu on re
turning Mime to Daily Bui.i.nrnc Olllcc,
AN OVEKSEEK or a man trainable
to bo oveibcer over bullock drivers
pr over general" plantation labor,
!173 1V Apply to A, UNNA.
100 Shares C. Brewer & Co.,
At 10 CunIi.
A. G. ELLIS.
!)73 1 f Stock Uroker.
A PLOWMAN, to plow with lioihcs or
mulct, Apply to
!171 lw or to II. Hackfrhfii Co.
N intelligent ami active young man
l. with about sftO, to buy n bhaiu in
a Cotl'eo mill Gioeery bui-luess., in u good
locution, and imiuugo it on a Hilary.
Tills U a genuine oiler. If you mean
bmdiii'Bs you can get full imiUeulur
from the Cdilor of the Bown.N, U71 IH
DILLINGHAM . & CO.'S
BULLETIN-OF &IEW GO
Howe' Jriinntlnid SScnlt'N, cndoiscd by the United Stales
Government. Scale-? for all pin pose. Doinuint
Wnrchoiibc Scale, Ac, &c.
A new mid ctrcfully selected assortment of
Cluiudli;rw, ItuiipM, unci Lnn terns.
Carriage Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The hugut viulcty to be found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAU & STREET LAMBS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a now discovery,
The Mttgiioso-Oalcito Fir.o Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Bond Cubc.
At a teit ot the tiro proof qualities of the Magneso-Onlcitc, held on the sand-lot
near the City Hall, San FianeNoo, Nov. :27th, a pile of about n cord of pltch-plno
woud was prepaicd, and live gallons ol t.ir pouted over It. A small iron elicit, with
a l?i inch lining of Maguoso-oalcilo w.ls phueil in the centre of the pile and the
mass set lire to.. After the chest had been kept nt a red heat for an hour, itjwas
taken from the lire, cooled with water, and opened, and the'eontents, consisting of
papers and circular:, were found in a perfect state of preservation, being not nt all
discolored, only .slightly warm, nml having a trilling smell of istnoke,
Wc, the iuitlersi.jiic.1, wore present at the above test, and saw the bo opened,
and we ceiliry to the perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per.
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L. Donou, (of Bodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Latok,
A publf: tost of the quality of these goods will bo made at an early date
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and .1
.T. 33. "WIfcSEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 3Iei chant Mrcct, Hawaiian Gazelle Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houtcs to leac and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. '
ltoon'A to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
"STOTT CAW JSTJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
New' Hi'Tig- Store, "
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWN.
31U 1m VST IF YOU BON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
TWO OFFICES, uptairp,
occupied by tho under-
J. W. nOBEUTSON & Co.
HAS REMOVED his Olllcc and Rei
deuce to thu
Cor. of lticlini-ita anil Ilcrctanla Nth.
Oi'fick lloims 8 to 10 n.m.; 1 to S
351 p.m.; :iiOto7::iO p.m iim
rpiIE undesigned has told the Oil
X Clothing Branch of his business to
JIe.-sr. M. AY. McClicMicy fcSon, No. 42
Thanking tho public for past libeial
patronage, I would ieo,ucst for my suc
cessors a continuance of the same.
March 28th, 183a. UUUm
rpiIE undersigned have purcluised
JL liom M. Davis his Oil Clothing
(Bii!,iness, and tolieit a continuance, of
the generous patronage received by our
M. W. McCIIESNEY & SON,
NO. 4'J Queen btieet.
Honolulu. Match 28. 183:1. tllll tin
HPIIE undeislgned give notice that
X they have obtained a Patent for an
Improved furnace for the Consumption
of liieen Trash, directly from the mill,
und other wet fuel, by means of intro
ducing a current ot hot air into the fur.
mice, through hot-air Humes.
This latent is. based upon a Caveat
filed In. the Interior Department, Oct.
30th, 1882, and is supeiiorto nil patents
issued alter said date.
All pci-bons nro warned ngafiut in
fringing this Patent; unit will ho
btought against tiny pcrbon bo doing.
Full particulars may bo obtained of tlio
undersigned, ror-of V. G. Irwlu & Co ,
Agents. P. N. MAKEK,
i U. HUiiURAVKS,
359 lm S. HARRISON.
; ' "
Just; Opened I
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuanii btrcct, (above Bcictmiln st.)
NEW GOODS Imported J-RSSH GOODS
AT LOW .PRICES,
Kcio3cno 0)1 a specialty,
S2T3eo the Family Kerosene Oil Can,
with lock faucet.
N.B Goods delivered free of charge,
mid Mttibfnctio i guurantced, or goods
. CARPENTER .fc JOBBER,
No, l'J King st., near tho Bridge,
All kinds of small jobs, such us gate and
fence mending, &c,, attended to and at
Uiodvrate cluiijjes, 305 Jy
A jNtEW DEPARTURE !
No. 03 ,... Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
" BetwcenJNuuanu and Fort sltccts.
rpHE public will please tnlic notice
X that I have just opened in the above
premises, and in I am tt thorougliipiac
tinid mechanic in my line of liusines
having done sonic of the iinest work nt
the Palace and other residences inllono
lulu recently 'would thciefoic most re
spectfully solicit a calf from the com.
Fine upholstered woik in cveiy variety
Drnpciy and Lainhi equities "of cveiy
desciiptionimulo to older.
Carved and polMtcil window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mu
sical Boxes, etc
Tlio Jlni'.-t Ficnch and varnished pol.
ishingdoac in the Kingdom.
Carpets, Oll.cloth anil matting cut and
laid at short notice.
All work guaranteed and done on tho
most reasonable terms. 304 ly
FIRE I FIRE I FIRE I
To Arrive por barkentino Discovery.
FIRE PROOF SAFES
lltuinguccn appointed Agciitfortho
Hawaiian Islands for
Hall's Safe suul Lock Co.
1 am now nrenared to laleo ordi-rs fin-
File Proof, Fire and Burglar Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling House, and Side
Boanl Safe?, Jewelry on Plato Chests.
Vault Fronts, Victor and Novelty Bank
Locks, &c., &c.
Mr. R. T. Polk, Gcncial Agent for
Hall's Safe and Lock Co.. nt liiesent
stayisg here on his wav to Australia.
llv furnlsll llliv Infnrmnllnn rn.
girding the above Safes; &c. '
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Esplu
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Wiudow.Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
woikllnlsh. Turning, Scroll and Band
Saiylng. All klpds of Slewing apd Plan
ing, Morticing und Tenanting.'
Older promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Is
T RITSON.. ACCOUNTANT. ' !
U To he found at O, II. Kobcrtbon's
,i i.fcn ri--T it -J '-