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ItjUT day appointed Agent to InkoAc
kiloXvlcilgmcuts to Labor Contract?, be
tween masters and setvants, within the.
district of Konn, Island of Onlnt.
""- JNO. E. HUSH,
Minister of Interior
Inlqiior OlUce, April 7, 1881, BftU
SATURDAY, APKIL 14, 188!).
THIS DAY'S EOINGS.
Mr. E. V. Adams will .Sell at his
Sales Kooni, nt 12 noon. Valuable
Ke.i.1 Rstuto, Uoises, etc., etc.
Pigeon match tit Knlilri, 12 noon.
Bmulsit Knnna Square, 'at 1 :!)()
1 ' ' " EVENING.
Gospel IVinpcmiK'o JMecling at
Bethel, at 7:30.
, Bethel Sunday School, at !: I.
' Fort St. Church S. S. at 0 :-lo.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Hew Dr. Damon, at 1 1
, Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cur
7,nn, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, lit. Rev.
Bishop Willis, morning, and How G.
"Wallace in evening.
' Bible Cilabs at Fort St. Church
Vestry, tit 3:W.
Concert at Kauninksipili, 7:30.
arrived here on Tuesday. !.'! days
from Vali)araiso, under sail. North
of the Line they encountered much
north wind, rain and fog. The gale
is described as being a " double
reefed top-sail breeze."
The Leipsic is in commission for
the training of midshipmen, of whom
there are 1)6 on board. She will stay
hero till next Monday week, when
she will leave for Yokohama, remain
ing about a year on that station, and
iu May of next year she will return
home to Germany, via the Cape of
Good Hope. When she arrives
home, after making the tour of the
world, the midshipmen will be ex
amined and, if they pass, promoted
The Leipsic is a first-rate stenm
frigate ram, of 4,000 tons burthen
'and 1,800 horse-power, and can go
11 knots an hour, full speed. She
.carries enough coal to go four days
at that rate, or enough to last her 21
days at ordinary rates. She is a
composite vessel of iron and wood,
unarmorcd, and is 5 years old. She
carries 12 large 70-centimetre and 4
small 8-ccntimetre guns, of Krupp
manufacture, and i revolving guns
of Hotchkiss make, and is armed
with 'Whitelicad torpedoes. Her
. complement is -183, including 19
officers and' the 33 midshipmen. She
carries a band master and 11 bands
men. The Leipsic was here before, un
der the command of Ciipt. Paschen,
and many of the present olllccrs
have visited this port already. The
following is the list of her officers :
Corvette Cnptain Commandant, Ilcrbig
' " Commander, Daulwiz
Captain Lieutenants, Baron von Mult-
' aim, Muschkc, Kolilhuuer ,
Lieutenants, Harms, Barou von PIcsmm,
Sub-Lieutenant", Prowc, Braun (nide.de.
camp), von Krotiglc, Bruck, Och
, mke, Gcsslcr, llahcrmaas
Surgcon-in-Chlef, Dr. Mochring
Asst. Burgeon, Dr. Bliedung
Midshipmen, Block,, Bcrger, Uore, Ho
hart, Cnp.'lle, Filedlaender, llalzel,
Hipper, Hendewerk, Eckcrm mn,
Gumppnrledor, loch (il), Kienit,
Lunger, Meurcr, Xiihnitfi, OcKncr,
Papen, Rledcl, Sieger, Sclilrmer,
Simon, Schultx, Slimmer, Southon,
Schutx, Schaefer, "Wcrokmcislcr,
"Wenigcr, Wuthman, Trummlcr,
The brigtne John D. Sprcokels
Capt. l'riis, nnchored off port on
Thursday night. She was towed in
yesterday morning. She left San
Francisco on the 29th of March,
making the passage in 1-14 days.
The British Steamship Glcnelg
Capt. Speedily, that has been
anchored in the stream since her
arrival was yesterday laid alongside
Foster's wharf to discharge her
cargo. She will probably leave in
Jess than a vcek.
The schooner Kaukeouli brought
, 1,500 bags, sugar.
At the reception yesterday Captain'
Ilcrbig of tho Leipsic made the
following speech to His Majesty:
' 'Having called at this port on my
way to tho Kast.Aretic Station with
His Imperial 'German Majesty's
ship Leipsic under my command, I
am ''thankful to bo permitted to
p escnt my sincere respects to your
Majesty. At tho same time 1 cm
. brace ,tjte opportunity to present my,
and my ofllccrs' fclicitntions on tho
occasion of tho coronation of your
Majesty, and Her gracious Majesty
tho Queen, unavoidably rather late
but none the less sincere" lib
Majesty made u suitable reply,
EMMA SQTJAUB CONCERT.
Tho Bnnd will give a concert at
ICmina SquarMliis afternoon, com
mencing at -1:00 o'clock. The fol
owiug is the programme :
Ovei turr Huhcaiil Moj erbeer
t'olkn l.ovc and Tinth Wilckor
kkvlloh Faml Gounod
Gavotte Stephanie O.lliulkii
Galop In the Centic Stamy
LOCAL. fc CJENEIlALi ITEMS.
180 is the number of Ghinamcn
landed from the Glcnelg.
Nkxt lime you play against the
tiger lower the blind a little higher.
Tin: steani-ieow, now building iu
Wildei's Marine Railway, will be
, . --.
Tin: balance of the Chinese from
the Glonclg will be released from
Tin: Teacher's Association meet
ing to have been held yesterday, was
postponed till the first Friday 'in
Oun readers are warned to remem
ber that Macfarlanc & Go's great
credit sale will be held on Wednesday
Tin: Captain and Olllccrs of the
Lcip'io were presented to His
Majesty at noon yesterday, at lolani
Tin: Band will give its regular
moonlight concert on Monday 10th
April, and Thursday, 19th April, at
Thk Hazard was delayed in its
departure for the South Sea Islands
on account of the J. D. Spreckels,
not arriving witli its supply of bread.
Attendants of Fort Street Church
who sit on the left side of the build
ing, would like to see the pastor's
face turned more frequently in their
At Fort Street Church Sunday
morning Mr. Cruzau's theme will bo
"Mystery;" in the evening a sermon
to workingnicu Subject, "The work
Last night a very enjoyable in
formal dance was given to the
Captain and officers of the Leipsic by
Mr. J. C. Glade at his residence in
, . o
Tin: Limalilo Home has now seven
inmates. Man others have made
application but were rejected as they
did not belong to the class for which
the Charity' was intended.
The Alia, of March l(!th, says:
"The Hall Brothers arc building a
steamer 100 feet long for Honolulu.
Her decks are now being put in, and
she will come hero for her boilers and
YiaiKKDAY the Chinese gamblers,
against whom a not. pros, was culcr-
ed on Monday last, were re-arrested
yesterday and f were convicted. The
remaining 1 were dischaiged, and
one was rc-arrcsted for keeping a
common gambling house.
Ouu readers will notice that Mr.
E. . P. Adams announces in our
columns that he will sell at 12 noon
to-day, several valuable pieces of
land. The lots are well-known and
wc arc quite sure they will find
purchasers at fair ra.tes. At 1 p.m.
lie will sell horses, mares and colts.
As an instance of tho dispatch
which a stationer in this town makes
in ordering, wo can mention the fol
lowing : An order for a book was
telephoned to Mr. J. M. Oat, jr.,
just before a mail left about three
weeks ago.- The book arrived on
Pki:si:ntatioss arc very fashion'
able, but usually they consist of use
less ornaments. Tho latest wo have
heard of, was, however, on the con
trary, both useful and toothsome,
being two largo Californian cab
bages, which were presented to
Captain Mclntyro after bringing the
d. i). hprecKois satoly to tno wlinrx.
, 1 .
Tin: following information about
the Madras Is authentic: There aro
three Chinese doctors on board who
possess diplomas satisfactory to tho
English Government. No deaths
have occurred since sho has been off
port. She is not going till slm has
landed the pasbengcrs. and freight
for this port, She cleared from
Hongkong for tliis'port.
Yi:sti:ui)AY tho double team be
longing to the American- Express
run away from in front of Walker's
new buildings, ou King street, wliero
they were stopped by two cattle
drivers in the employ of Mr. J. I.
Dowsctt. No damage was done.
The cause of their running away is
A vr.itY beautiful picture of the
licad and shoulders of a little hoy,
painted by Mr. Strong, may bo seen
in Lycau& Johnson's. This cherubic
portrait represents the late youngest
child of His Ex. 11. A. 1. Carter,
and will- shortly be on its way to
Washington. It is, without doubt,
the prettiest picture we have seen in
Riotous have been circulated
about starling a new bank. But no
authority is known for these rumors
beyond the fact that certain people
have talked about the matter in Cali
fornia, and a Mray paragraph has
found its way into the California
papers from that. But it is not
khown that these ideas will be carri
ed into effect. As to the additional
rumors thnt Messrs. 'Bishop & Co.
were going to sell out to the new
bank, &c, these, of course, are as
false as the others.
EiHToit Bt;i:unlx: The Board of
Health have wisely placed etiaiil
boats in the passage to prevent any
connection with the English tramp
ship Madras, yet the captain has re
peatedly, within the last week, come
inside of the harbor in his gig, row
ed by four of his crow, though warn
ed by the guard to desist at his peril.
I would suggest that the guards
be armed, and if he still persists iu
breaking the quarantine Uiey should
be authorized to use their iircarms.
Possibly a leaden bullet would have
some effect on his stubbornness.
Card of Invitation.
Grand Opening of Spring
JiiJllnery on Wednesday,
the 18th instant, nt the
IjeadiiiK Itlillinci'y BBon.se.
273 It DHAS. J. VISMEIi.
AUCTION SAIE BY E. P. ADAMS
E. P. ADAM8
SATURDAY, Apiil U,
.A.fc lnooii at Sak'sltoom
RICE LANDS AT EWA.
Ijimd in Htnuanu Vaiiey,
Adjoining Gillihuid primie3.
Also, nt 1 p. m.
At JJowsett's Paddock,
MaUui of the, Prison,
30 Horses, Hares,
BSrEor particulars sec posters.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th,
At 10 ii. in.,
AT THE PKATT STOKE,
In Beaver Block, Queen St.
PARTICULARS IN P08TER6.
E. P. Auams, Auctioneer,
rnilERE WILL BE NO IOE deliver-J-
cil from the Honolulu Ice Miuui
factory for a FEW DAYS, as a new
Condenser .will bo put iu plnce.
, , J. K. WILDER.
Honolulu, April H, 1888, 370
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
IMET W NEW GOODS!
A Fine Assortment
For Wale Very JUnr.
Send for full illustrated caliilougo.
A new lino of Chandeliers, Plows,
. ,Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kcio:cnc and Lulu Hinting 011, &c., &c.
The Magneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes.
New ami Staple Gooils from America nnd England.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Y Between the Hawaiian Islands ami the United Stales, and
between the Hawaiian Inlands and ,
J. E.'WISEMAN, t
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business Agent, -y
OlUce, 27 Merchant ttrect, -' . . -Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estatu Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for tale in all pnits of Honolulu and the various Island's. ' ,
Houtei to lease nnd rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
YOU O.AJV 3Brr"sr
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at ' '
PALMER & TIIACHER'S
Wev Xxug Stoi'e,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN. t
V8F IF Y0TJ
To Let, ,
rpWO OFFICES, iipMnhH, ill the
X building occupied by the under
higncd, " I
Mil tf J. W. ROBERTSON & Co. ,
HAS REMOVED his Office ami Eesi.
dence to the
Cur. ul' ISichardN ami Koi'etnnia N(.
Orrici: Houns 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 3
351 p.m.: (.i:3Q to 7:30 p.m 3ni
THE undersigned has sold the Oil
Clothing Hranch of his business to
Messrs. M. W. McChesney &Son, No. .12
Thanking the public for past liberal
patronage, I w ould request for my suc
cessors a continuance of the same.
March 28lh, 1883. 301 lm
nPHB undcr&Igucd have purchased
JL . from M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Buxincs., and solicit ti continuance of
the geueinus patronage received by our
M. Ay. McCHESNEY & SON,
No. 42'Qucen street.
Honolulu, Match S8, 1883. 301 lm
1'n tent Notice.
THE undersigned givo notice that
they have obtained iijPatcut for an
Improved furnace for tho Consumption
of Green Trash, directly from the mill,
and other wet fuel, by means of intro
ducing a current of hot air iiito the fur.
mice, through hot-air Humes.
MTuta Ifttent.is based upon, ft Cuvcat
filed in the Interior Departmct, Oct.
30th, 1882, and Is superior to , all patents
issued after suid dute.
All persons aro warned against in
fringing this Patent; suit will ho
brought against any person bo doing,
Full particulars may bo obtained of the
undersigned, or oi V. G. Invin ifcC'o,
Agents. 1 N. MAKEE,
G. 1IOSGRAVES, '
350 lm S. HARRISON.
Just Opeuecl !
' THE NUUANU
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuunnu street, (above Bcietania st.)
EH GOODS Imported FRESH GOODS
AT LOW TRICES.
Kcroscno Oil a specialty.
ILSTSeo the Family Kerosene Oil Can,
with lock faucet.
N.B Gooi'a delivered free of charge,
and satlsfuct.oi guaranteed, or goods
. CARPENTER & JOBBER,
No. 12 King st., near tho Bridge.
All kinds, of ijiimll jobs, bueh as goto and
fenco mending, &c, attended to nnd at
moderate cbuiget, 3U3 ly
II MtrnMrnsk JJ
DON'T BELIEVE IT, J,TJST TEY IT.
X NEW DEPARTURE !
D i l i n e't ma k'e r
No. 03 Hotel sired,
Opposite International Hotel,
Between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
'TMIE public will please take notice
.JL that I have just opened in the above
piemises, and as I am a thorough prac
tical mechanic in my line of business
having done sonic of tho linett work at
tho Palace and other rcidences in Hono
lulu recently would tlieieloie mostio
ppectfully solicit a call from the com.
Fine upholMci cd woi k in evciy variety
iDrnpcry and Lamlirequiucs of every
dur'ciiptionmadc to Older. '
Carved and poli.red window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
Repairing-and polishing Pianos, Mu.
sk'jil Boxc, etc
The llnest Fiench and varnished pol.
ishing done in the Kingdom.
Carpets, OILcloth and matting cut and
laid'ot'short notice. p
All work guaranteed and done on the
most reasonable terms. i ao-1 ly
FIRE!. FIRE1 FIRE I
To Arrive. per barkeniine Discovery..
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Ilnvingbeen appointed Agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands for
Hull's Sale tiid Eocic Co.
I am now prepared to tako orders for
I'iro Prool, I'lro mul Burglar Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling House, and Side!
,r0m,l.IllfL"'' 'Tcwelry or Plato Chests,
Vault VrilTltu Vlnlni. niwl V. 1... T1....1'
.Locks, &c, &c. ' r
ir ip li- r1- l ,lk; Gcerol Agent for
HiilrH bafo and Lock .Co.-, at present
Mli,n!",! lcro, m, lis w,,y t0 Australia,
will gladly fur;iish any information re'
gmdlng the above Safes, &c, u
HquoIuJu Steam Planing Millsf Espla-
Muniifactures all kinds of Mouldbics,
Ijrackets, lndow FrumcH, Blinds,
Sashci. Doors, ami ull kinds of Wood
work flnlsh. Tiirubig, Scroll nnd Hand
w l'r t,A klua? "f Sawing and Plan,
lug, Mortieliig'and Tenantlug, ' ! '
Orders prouiptlv attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
T W?0H ACCOUNTANT.
tf 'To bo found ut 0..ir.viinim.i.,i.
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