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TIIUKSDAyTaITvIL It), 18837
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale at Sales Room
of Lyons Levey, at 10 o'clock.
Gleaners Festival, Fort St. Church
nt 7 o'clock.
G. A. R.. Regular Sleeting, at 7.
Band at Enmin Square, at 7:30
Y. M. C. A., annual meeting,
Bethel Vestry at 7:30.
took with her on Tuesday afternoon
many of the well-loved of Honolulu,
but public interest centres more
around three of them thau around
the rest, Dr. McKibbin, Mr. S.
Spencer, and M. J. A. Hassingcr
with his wife and family.
Dr. McKibbin goc3 to Europe, via
the United States and Canada, for
an extended tour of six months. It
is not our intention to enumerate his
many services to the country, but
wc can say that they have been
partially rccoguized in the attentions
paid him prior to his departure by
His Majesty, who conferred on him
the Order of Knlakaua, and Her
Majesty the Queen Dowager, who
entertained him the previous even
ing at a party, and came down with
Jei's to personally bid him farewell.
We trust to tec him on his return
refreshed with his travels and will
ing to work again for the benefit of
the country and people he has so
long served faithfully in the past.
YVc arc sure, too, that he will in
crease largely all the favorable im
pressions of this country that now
Mr. J. A. Hassinger goes to enjoy
a well-earned holiday of two months
in the States. He will leave his wife
and family there for a few months
after his return. Although we shall
miss his genial face and jovial kind
liness, we are glad to think that he
has now an opportunity of enjoying
a well-needed rest, which, we arc
sure he, too, will spend in acquiring
valuable information to be used for
the general benefit on his return.
Police court. .
Wednesday, April 18 F. Shaw,
druuk, lined $10 and 1 costs. Ma
nuel, Bila and Keo, drunks, fined $5
and 1 costs each. Napuokoko, re
manded from the 17th, nol. pro .
Ah Von, lemiinded from the 17th,
lined 5 and 3. 10 co.sts. Ah Ngok,
remauded from the 11th, nol. pros.
Emma square concert.
The BarTd will give a moonlight
concert at Emma Square this even
ing, commencing at 7 :30. Follow
ing is the programme :
Overture A Summer Night Suppc
13allad-Good Night Abt
Gulop Full Speed Uohm
Selection Faust Gounod
Selection Madame Angot Lecocq
Gavotte Stephanie CV.ibulka
"Waltz My Fi lend Gassner
THE GLEANERS' SOCIETY
will give their annual cntcitaiutnent
this evening in the Fort Street Church
Parlors, on which occasion the
following programme will be pre
Duett. ' Boute-cii.Train. " Kcttcrc.
Miss II. Dickson oud II. Hillcbraud.
Recitation. " Asleep at the Switch,"
Mrs. W. Hopper.
Piano Solo. "The Sclavonic Song."
Schultz. Miss O. Castle.
Fan Drill. By ten little Kate Green,
Solo. "Kishcs tell the tale." J.
Redding. Mi'H, Criiiui.
Recitation. From Henry VIII. Mrs.
Quartette. "Wreath ye the Steps."
Schumunn Mrs. Hauford, Miss Jones,
Mrs. Brown, Miss C. Castle.
After which ice cream and cuke, coffee
and sandwiches will bo served at the
usual prices on such occasions. Special
attention is called to the fancy table, the
doll table, ami the candy table.
Admission 50 cts. Chlldicn under IS
half price. Door.-, open at 0:30 o'clock.
Enteitalnment to begin at 7 pioniptly,
On Saturday Mr. E. T. Adams
will bell for T. II. Davies & Co. a
quantity of majolica ware in the
bhapo of pitchers, butter, sardine
and cheese plates, &c, and tt nice
lot of fern stands, flower pots, &c.
Thev arc now on view in the Queen
street btorc of Dwvies & Co.
The bnik Stillmaii B. Allen, from
New York to Honolulu, was spoken
Feb. 27th, in lat. 22 n., long. 3(i w.
The bgtnc Sclina ariived at San
Francisco on April 8th, 18 days from
The bark D. C. Murray brought a
large cargo of general merchandise.
The hktne Eureka brought 13
safes, gasoline, naptha, and a large
assortment of groceries, hardware,
The s.s. Coptic brought 503 pkgs
fruits, medicine, etc.. and 73,001
pkgs in transitu.
The bktno Ella brought 4,807 red
wood posts, 175 bales hay, 3,312
sacks bran, oats, flour, etc., 17i
doors and 2,1 C8 pkgs gen mdse.
ThcBiit. s.s.Coptic, Capt. Kidley,
arrived yesterday, 12 days from
Yokohama, having left Hongkong on
the 28th ult. She is anchored off
poit. She brought 1191 Chinese, of
whom f)8G for this port and the bal
ance for British Columbia. Slic
leaves to-day at 5 p.m. foi Sun
The bktnc Ella, Capt. Kirk, arriv
ed on Tuesday evening, l(i days
from San Francisco. Fine weather
the entire passage. She left together
with the Euieka and Murray, but
arrived 0 hours later. -The Lilly
Grace was to leave 2 'days after for
this poit, via Kohala.
The schr Kaala sailed on Tuesday
evening for Koolau with a load of
coal, but on arriving off Kawaihoa
she began to leak, owing to the
rough wc.ithcr. She returned yes
tcu'lay half full of water.
The Mokolii and Waimanalo were
plying yesterday between the Coptic
and the Quarantine Station at Ka
hakaaulana with loads of Chinese.
The schr Malolo took a load of
coal to the Coptic yesterday.
The schr Liholiho brought 1,170
bags augar, and 82 bbls molasses.
The Malolo brought S00 bags su
gar. The Mile Morris brought 100
head of sheep.
The Klikitat from the Sound and
the Monitor from Humboldt will be
due shortly. The Lizzie Marshall
from the Sound is fully due.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Lewers & Cooke arc selling mix
ed paint now.
Tin: mail for San Francisco by
the Coptic close at 3 p.m. to-day.
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The Geo. W. DeLong Post of the
G. A. R. hold their regular meeting
The Band will give an extra
concert at the Hawaiian Hotel on
An exciting race between 5 boats
belonging to the Russian man-of-war
took place last evening.
A Government water-cart is much
needed. It was promised, but it has
never yet been obtained.
Bv the Suez on Tuesday 315G
letters and about 1000 newspapers
were sent." The mail keeps on in
creasing. The trial of Akana. and Akiona
on a charge of accepting bribes
comes off this morning at the Sup
The large telescope on u stand
now in J. W. Robertson's is to be
rallied as soon as possible, on Satur
Amongst the Chinese passengers
by the City of Sydney were a Chin
ese pastor and assistant for the
Chinese mission here.
The Chinese from the City of
Sydney were handed over to the
Board of Immigration yesterday
afternoon, and bonds were taken.
Mu. J. S. .Smithies is now Acting
Chief Cleric in the Interior Depart
ment during the absence of Mr.
Hassinger. Wc cougritulnto him.
"Tin; time ball and the noon
whistles arc- not in accord. "Which
bim is ahead?" Gazette. J. W.
Roberts(u)t), every time, niul cor
n i --
To-night the annual meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A. will be held in the
Rethel Vestry. New ofllcers will be
elected nnd the reports of the
retiring olllecrs read.
On Tuesday night a young Gov
ernment employee tin ashed a young
limn in the street for insulting langu
age. The other responded by get
ting out u wurtant for ns-sault .and
battery yesterday morning.
A biuiicuiuKu wants to know
" whether it is the intention of the
Government to run the people living
inakai of the lailraad terminus on
Berelania street out of tlte country,
witli the dust or not? A few gallons
of water daily woUld prevent it."
A considerable amount of excite
ment has been raibed in the minds
of the citizens of Honolulu con
cerning the Chinese influx. As a
consequence rumouis arc started of
the dozen. The latest is that the
revolver trade 1ms taken a sudden
boom, the Chinese being the principal
Wc arc sorry to Hud that a disci
pic of Count de Zaba and a man so
well acquainted with Russian history
could have made such a slip in his-1
toiy, as the (jitzelte says it did. Wc,
of cotirnc, arc sorry that wc didn't
fcnoic better than to take its state
ments for granted without inquiry
and ie-cnrch, but we shall not so
A new Kerosene Warehouse is
being built but is not yet finished.
The present one is full. In the
meantime there aie about 2000 cases
of the oil on Brewer's wharf and
some of the eases arc leaking.
Suppose some one should drop a
lighted match or a cigar there what
would be the result with the present
high winds? Why not put them out
on the plains and hire a watchman.
On Tuesday ' night lnte the bar
keeper of one of the saloons told a
man to go out, as he wanted to shut
up. The man being large, and the
bar-man small, refused. After a few
more m orris the stranger took up a
billiard cue aud broke it over the
head of the other, aud a glass or two
was thrown at him in return. In the
meantime the '"proprietor and some
perrons outside came in and speedi
ly ejected the unwelcome stranger.
Damages : a cue, lamp and glasses
Tin: P. U- A. of yesterday con
tain the following paragraph : "The
steamship Abergcldic sailed March
2, 1883, from St. Michaels, Azores,
with 2GJ men, 105 women, ll'J
children above 12 years of age, 320
children from 1 to 12 years of ago,
3G infants due, say in all April."
We would like to know where they
obtained the information contained
in the last seven words and why
they don't give similar information
in regard to months other than
Auction Sales by Lyoiu & Levey.
This Day, Thursday,
April 19th, at 10 o'cloak, at Sales Room,
will bo held
Of General Merchandise, consisting of
Clothing, Dry Goods, '
Also, a consignment of Gold & Silver
Sacks Potatoes, &c.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneer's.
A SITUATION, as Clerk In a whole-
ix sale or retail busine-.s, by a young
married gentluinan. late from San Fran
cisco. Address E. B., this office. 374 lw
rnilE GRAND LOTTERY -nill take
X place on
Friday Night Next,
at Mr. II J. Noltc't.
NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT A TICKET.
PiUo 1 -A largo elegant Musu Box, the
largest and lliictl iu the Kingdom,
with hell!, drums, &c, playti 8 tunes.
Vrim 'J A very bwect toned Music Box
(largo m.c), plays 8 tunes, with Zither,
PrUc 3 A beautiful walnut round and
neatly carved Caul Table, with green
cover, over-cloth aud pockets s and a
very elegant inlaid wood Table, with
Ivoiy Chessmen full set.
Pii.o I A richly hound Album, with
18 Hawaiian bcenes (largo b.c) and a
line mounted Mmliio Uhiss.
Piloli A medium sUe Music Box,
plays 5 tunes (very sweet),
W All the above pilze-s are new and
la jieifecl order, and well worth the
small investment ot u. Tickpl, which is
All the nbovu prices are now on e.hl.
bitlon at tho.ofllceof
J. B. AVISEMAN.
tSTCull ami ce them, 370 Iw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
iulletin m new goods!
A Fine Assortment
For Snle Very Low.
Soiul for full Ulustintid catnlougc
A new line ol Chandeliers, Plows,
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kciofcc.no and L lbiibating 0!1, &c, &c.
i The , Magneso-Calcitc Fire Proof Safes.
New and Staple Geo U from America and England.
JOSEPH E. W3SEfr1AK9,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General '
Business Agent, ''
OMic, J27 Meichanl street, ' Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom! , '
Land and pioperty fors.de in all pilrts of Honolulu and the various, Islands.
HoubC to kaie and rent in II n-.olulu and suburb!,.
Rooms to lent, cu suite or single, throughout Honolulu, r
Books and Accounts l;cpt. Bills collected. Legfil pipers of every description
drawn. Agent for Yiikerj's. J'onthl. Eiiciide Jlngazino and "Visitor, with
1$ Chromos; subscripts 1 f, 1:25 per cir. Agent for thqllest Life ,.,
Insurance Co.ni-any in the "World. ( r '
USTChnrgcs always ir.olcratc. ' "Telephone No. 172.
YOTJ O.AJX BUY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 psr cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHER'S
New lrug" Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lm - IF YOU B01TT BELIEVE IT, JUST .TRY IT.
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J. IF. ROBERTSON & Go's
WE are prepared to receive fuithcr orders fOr any Paper or Magazine publish
cd in California, the Kattein Stales, Canada, and Europe.
At the piesent time wc leceivc by every mail over one .hundred and fifty
different Papers and Magazines, published in the English, Fiench, Geiman, 'and
ScumUmn Ian Languages, "' 1'
As our subscription list is large, wo aie cnabkd to furnish the Papers and
Magazines at a low rate of Subsciiption. ' t ' t " 182
UNION FEED COMPANY.
In CoiiHluntl' Kccciviiify (
Fresh. Supplies of Hay, Barley, t. i ,,..,,
' Oats, Braii, Wheat, Com, &c,
, Which it offers, Wholesale or Retail,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Goods dc'ivered. All order.-, promptly attended to. Telcphoae No. 175.
( 370 3m
J list Opened !
' THE NUUANU
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuimiiu f-treet, (above Bcrelnuia st.)
HEW GOODS Imported PRESH GOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
KcroscncOH a specialty,
tSTticu tho Family Keroene Oil Cm,
w ith look 'faucet.
N.B Goods delivered free of charge,
and butibf action guaianteed, or goods
Bones ! Bones ! Bones !
WANTED IN ANY QUANTITY,
and good piico given, delivered
at the Slaughter Yaid, Kulihi.Kai. Full
particulars can bo learned at tho Metro
politan Market, King St. 070
rpilERE WILL BE NO ICE deliver
JL ed from the Honolulu Ico Manu
factory for a PEW DAYS, as a .new
Condenser will bo put iu place.
J. K. WILDER.
Honolulu, April 14, 188a. a7.'i
HANLON & CO.,
3.1 Klnir street.
AVagon Making and Repairing done to
order. Horsu Shoeing in his well-known
bhoclug. ' 378 Urn
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rpWO OFFICES, upstairs, in the
JL building occupied by the under,
signed, . . " .. ' . , O
307 tf U'J, W. .ROBERTSON & Co.
THE undersigned has sold the Oil
Clothing Branch of his business to
Messis. 51. Wi. McChesnoy &Bon,iNo. 42
Thankliig-,tho pul)Uc,for past, liberal
patronage, I would icnuest.forjniy sue
ecssoi" a continuance of the same.
Mm: ch 88th, 1883. 3011m
Notice. ( " '
rfUIE uudcrslgned huvo pin chased
X from M. Davis his Oil Clothing
liuolucss, and solicit a continuance of
tno generous pulronuru received by our
M. W. JI
McCIIESNEY & SON", '
xno. -iMtiuecn btrept.
Honolulu, Match i.8, 1883, 301 jm
THE undersigned give notice that
they have obtained u Patent for an
Improved furnace for the Consumption
of GieciiTiubh, directly from tho mill,
aud other wet fuel, "liy means of intro
duclng a cunent of hot tiir luto the fur.
nace, through liptuif,llmnes,
This Patent is based upon a Caveat
lllert in tho Interior Department, Oct,
30th, 1883, and is superior to all patents
issued after bald dale.
All persons arc warned against in.
fringing lliU Patent; suit will hu
brought agiinst any peiMiu so doinc.
Full particulars may huobtalnediof.tho
underftlgned, or of W. G. Irwin- & Co .
Agents. 1. N. MAKEE,
S50 lm S. HARRISON.
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