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SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Large Credit Sale, by Mr. E. P.
Adams, nl Tlico. II. Dnvics & Co's.
at 10 o'clock.
Hand alliinnm Square, at 1:30
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:30.
Dedicatory Services of the new
building of ihu Y. M. C. A. at 7:30.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9:-15.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 0:15.
Catholic Church, English Sermon,
at 10 a. m.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rt. Rev.
Bibliop Willis, morning, and Rev. G.
"Wallace in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
V.stry, at 3:15.
THE GLEANERS' SOCIETY
held their annual entertainment in
the parlors of Fort street Church on
Thursday evening. According to
promise the entertainment begun
punctually at 7 o'clock by a very
pretty piano duct by Miss IT. Dick
son and II. Ilillebrand. Then came
a recitation by Mrs. W. Hopper,
which we could not hear owing to
the noise of people talking at the
doors and moving about. Miss C.
Castle played Schullz's Sclavonic
song as a pianoforte solo to the
great satisfaction of the audience,
who would have liked to have heard
it a little longer. Then came the
event of the evening, the Fan Drill,
by teu little Kate Greenaways, from
3 to 8 years of age, five dressed in
pink and white and Ave in blue and
white. Miss Sarah King superin
tended the drilling, and Miss Moss
'rjjan played the musical accompani
ment. So great was the desire to
see the beautiful and "bewitching
sight that many people got up from
their seats and y crowded forward to
obtain a belter view. The coquetry
of the movements of the little dar
lings was both surprising and en
chanting. Miss King deserves great
credit for tlio perfection which
they attained in only one month's
prcticc. Seven of them were from
the Kindergarten and three from
Fort btrcet School. After this came
a vocal solo, " Kisses tell the t:le,"
from Mrs. Cruzan, which struck
home to all hearts and was vigorous
ly applauded. Mrs. Adams gave a
recitation from Henry VIII., which
twas well received. Tho. quartette,
which ended the programme, was
After this the screens were drawn
aside, and the business of the even
ing commenced. Cakes and coffee,
ice-cream and sandwiches filled up
the void pleasantly, and fortified
one. for ,a stroll round the fancy
table, the doll table, the candy
stand and the flower table. Many
purchases were made, and social
conversation and fuu'indulged in till
about 10 o'clock. The receipts
amounted, to over 8500.
The Annual meeting
of the Y. M. C. A. was held on
Thursday evening in tho Bethel
Vestry. After the introductory
prayer the minutes of the last
meeting were read and confirmed.
Balloting for olliccrs for the ensuing
year took place with the following
resuct: A. F. Judd, President; C.
M. Cooke, Vice President; F. J.
Lowrey, Secretary; T. G. Thrum,
Treasurer; T. II. Davis nnd II.
Wnterhoube, Directors, The retiring
Treasurer Mr. F. Eckley rend his
report from which it appeared the
bulanco in hand was 855,49 but with
an outstanding account and sub
scriptions this would be reduced to
about ?5. It was accepted and filed.
Owing to tho Secretary stating that
no papers of previous years could
be found tho President asked that
all persons having records or papers
belonging to the Association hand
them in as soon as possible.
Tho Recording Secretary then read
his report from which it appeared
that 10 monthly, 1 annual, nml3tnccl
al meetings had been held during tho
year and that tho average number in
attendance was 32. Twety-eight
how members had been added dining
the year, one had ithdrawn and
two had been removed by death,
lie a so made an eloquent appeal for
the appointment of a General Secre
tary. It was passed Hint all the papers,
addicscs, &c, rclaJng to this an
nual meeting aiid tha dedication of
die building lie edited by Captain
Bray and published as a special sup
plement to the Fi'icml. Votes of
thanks to Miss Jennie Parkos for
her services as pi miht during the
past year, to Mr. Duuseoinbe, and
r. Damon, and to Mr. A. Dickson
for hi gift of a Bible Gallery, ilhu
ratcd bvtDorc, were then pasted.
Messrs. Thrum and V. W. Hal
were appointed as Furnishing Com
mittee for the new building, and the
meeting closed after a prayer from
is a composite-built steam corvette,
of 1310 tons burthen and 250 horse
power nominal (1700 horse-power
indicated.) Her length is 214 feet,
beam 32 feet, and she has 15 feet
below the water-line. Her arma
ment consists of 7 gnus (1 10 7
centimctrc and 3 large C-inch), A
Ilotchkiss mitrailleuses, 1 Ermstrong
and 1 tot p 'do gun. The charge for
the largo guns is 20 lbs. powder and
a shot weighing about 112 lbs. ; for
the small gnn, 5 lbs. powder and a
25-lb. shot. She carries Whitehead
She was built in 1879, and this is
her second commission. She left
Russia on the 25th of last July and
spent three months in the Mediter
ranean, arriving off the const of
Egypt just after the bombardment
of Alexandria, and remaining there
till the close of the war. She will
proceed on her way to Hongkong
some time next week, where she ex
pects to meet Admiral Kopitoff, now
on his way from Sydney to Hong
kong. She will then proceed to the
Japanese station, and remain there
the balance of her three years' com
mission. She is to be followed hero
by tiie Skobeleff, a much linger cor
vette earning 8 guns.
Her highest spend is 13V knots,
and she made the fastest passage
.under sail from Valparaiso here
3G days. On her former commis
sion she went from the Cape of
Good Hope to Batavia under sail in
28 days. The pyrnvilone used in the
torpedoes is of Russian manufac
ture. The torpedoes were manu
factured in the arsenals at Kronstndt
under the supervision of Engineer
Ivanoff and Lieutenant Nidcrmuller,
who have received many premiums
for the improvements they have
made in these modern engines of
warfare. The guns are also of Rus
sian manufacture, by Obukoff. She
canies a ilOOO-candh-power electric
light forward on thct system of
Siemens 'and Gulnki, worked by a
Dolgoroukoff engine of 8 horse
power". The glass difluscr in front
is in concent! ic circular prisms,, on
the system of Flniu'iil.
Altogether the Nayczdn'k is well
fitted with all the newest appliances,
and under her present cap ain and
ofllccrs will, no doubt, do good ser
vice for her country.
On Thursday afternoon as tho
schooner Uilama was coming along
side the Loipsio with coal she broke
her topmast agahbt one of the fore
mast yards of the Leipsio.
The cabin of the D. C. Murray is
being thoroughly repaired, renovated
and refurnished. The saloon has
been repainted, etc., and the whole
indicates great care on the part of
the owners nnd Captain for the
wants of intending passengers.
The tern J. C. Ford. Capt. Grif
fiths, arrived yesterday, 15 days
from San Francisco.
Tho Eliukai brousrht 390 bags of
bugar, 385 bags paddy, and 50 bags
. Tho Lizzie Marshall brought 43 ,
000 ft rought lumber, 94,310 ft
dressed do., '5,000 laths, 125,225
The. bchr Parallel, from tho Sound,
took to Anahola 100 kegs nails.
120,000 ft r w lumber and 10,000
r w posts.
The bktuu Ela will afford as good
accommodation as any passenger
to San Francisco would want. Wo
iccommeud our readers to look at
her. Tlioy will find tho 'captain
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Hand will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 1:!J0 o'clock. Tho fol
owiag is the programme :
Overture Km Dlavo'o Auber
Ilallad Day of Judgment... Spluu'idcr
Clioruh Tliu LoinlmitUaus. ,;. , . , . Yerd
Selection The Sommiiibula. .', . . Helllni
Willi. Itluc Danulu! Strauss
I'olka fiiiigcr'S I'leusure, ...,-.. .Blruu-s
Local & l.bnka1j Items.
Tin: Nayozdnik is now being
thoroughly cleaned In expectation ol
LArur.fi will do, well to go to the
sale at Dnvics & Go's salesrooms
this morning. So will everybody
Tut: Band Concert on Thursday
night was excellent but the atten
dance vas sninll owing to tho other
Tunni: will bo "ah Englil-.li "Sot.
nion at the Roman C.ilholic (Jlmrch
to-morrow, at 10 a. m. Subject:
" The Snci anient h."
Mn. Cruzan will preach Sunday1
evening upon "The Workingniun's
Friends." The usual services Sun
TwKNTY-TintnK Chinamen were
arrested at tho Quarantine Station,
Kakaako, yostctdny afternoon, for
It is possible that the Captaiti of
the Nnyczdnik will hold a torpedo
practice if His Majesty desires it,
during his visit on board.
A gentleman's coat was found
outside Fort Street Church on
Thursday night. The owner will
find it at Mr. Weight's opposite Dr.
Brodie, on Fort steel. i
J. M. Oat jr. & Co., have just
opend a hew lot of goods per Suez
including stationery, blank books,
plaques for wall decoration, gold
pens, etc. Call and,6ce them.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Willis will
preach at St. Andrews' Cathedral
to-morrow morning. The Rev. Geo.
Wallace will preach at the Evening
Service on " The Law of Truth."
Captain Bray of the Morning Star
is going on a visit to his home in the
East in June after the Morning
Star's departure. The Morning Star
will sail in charge of her former
first mate Mr. G. F. Garland.
To-xigiit, or rather early to
morrow morning, an eclipse of the
moon will take place. The moon
will enter the shadow about half an
hour after midnight. The middle
of the eclipse takes place about 7
minutes past 1, and the moou will
leave the shadow about a quarter to
la our yesterday's issue we pub
lished the following statement: "The
three Chinese witnesses that oc
cupied the attention of the Court
from 10 a.m. until 4. p.m. afforded
their countrymen an opportunity of
hearing how grossly the truth can
be perverted even by members of
the Chinese Church." Wc have
since learned that wc were mistaken
in saying that they were members of
the Chinese Christian Church and
we regret exceedingly that we should
have thus cast an uncalled for
aspersion on Hint Church.
Mit. J. L. Richardson, of the
Waianae Plantation, sent up the fol
lowing particulars of tho accident
which occurred at the plantation
yesterday: A train of 11 cars were
conveying the men to work when one
oftthe Chinese fell off and thc'cirrran
over hud broke his arm ; he is also
considerably bruised and scratched
about the body and face, by' the
axle-box. He worked on tho plan
tation some years ago, but went to
China and brought out some friends,
nnd had resumed work only four
days ago. The Mokolii brought the
nuin to Honolulu yesterday morn
ing, when he was taken to the' Hos
pital, and at' last accounts we hear
hu is doing well.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
-- . .. r
April 21st, nt 10 a. in.,
At Sales Room of T,H,Davies
A Largo Collcclio,) of
FANCY ARTICLES !
JJ. 1'. Adams, Auctioneer.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN m NEW SSOTS !
A Fine Assortment
For Sale Very Low.
Send for full Illustrated catalougc
A neAv line of Chandeliers, Plows,
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kerosene nnd Luluibntii g 0'1, &c., &c.
The Magiieso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes.
New and Staple Goods f om Auiciioaand England.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN, '
Real EBtate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllce, 27 Merchant tticct, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom. ''
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Routes loljn c and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. : ,
Itooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. ' '
Books and Axcmmts kept. Bills collected. Legal' papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vi kiry's Jlontlily Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chroir.oj; tub iriptio.i $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World. ' f
tSSrOlmrgcs always moderate. ES'Tclrplionc No. 172.
YOU GA.IN" 33TJTT
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES.
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S'"
TVe-w JOi'iis Stove,
T IAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN. ' )
34U lm BST IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
UNION FEED COMPANY:
Is CoiiHi-iviitl.v ISeeei-vlngr ,
Fresh Supplic s of Hay, Barley,
Oats, Bran, Wheat, Oornj'&c,
T hi 'a it offew, "Wholesale or HctaU,
AT THE LOWEST RflARKET RATES."'"
All 0,'deK promptly attended to.
4 GIRLS at tho Dies-Making Eblah
MRS. A. M.'MKLTJS,
.180 1 w
101 Fort Street.
Bones ! Bones ! Bones !
WANTED IX ANY QUANTITY,
and good price given, delivered
at the Slaughter Yard, Kulilii-Kal. Full
particulars can lie learned atthcMctio
politau Market, King St. SITU
' ! t 1
ON Wednesday afternoon, on tho
WalkiKi Road,, a RED SATIN
HAG containing nccdlo work. The
Under will lie suitably rewarded by Ieav
ing the same at the ofllce of E. I. Adams
rpilETCE WILL DE NO ICE deliver
X ed from the Honolulu Iuo Manu
factory for a FEW DAYS, as a new
Condenser will bo put in place.
.1. K. WILDE It.
Honolulu, April 11, 166$. a75
fpWO OFFICES,, upstairs, in tho-
'X builuing occupied by the under
iiU7tf ' J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
California bred; has
lioeu on tho Isliuuh a
year and a half; has
been driven in double
Also, saddle and bridle.'
CAPT. I. DRAY.
"O Jupiter! Try t'ne Weed."
Only the very choicest brands are kept.
For Fragrance, Flavour and Fineness,
THEY ARE UNEQUALLED
'in this city. A trial will convlueo tho
' ' mobt sceptical, ' .
II. J, NOLTE, Proprietor. "
iwmwii in i"U"i;jn 'u
Telephone No. 175.
TIIE NUUANU '
Grocery and House Furnishing
&TQIM2, , ';
114 Niiunnu street, (above Ucictanio st.
HEW'W Imported j FRESH 0Q3D3
AT LOW PRICES! a'-
KorosciicOil a specialty.
CiTSce llio Family Kerosene OV Can
.with lock faucet. '
xj.li Uoods delivered frcd of clmnrc
and satisfaction guuranteed. o- ,V:
OOl 1 8
THE undersigned give' noticn 'thm
ulrIu..iUra uu- U10 UoriMllllllHn.i
(l'l'Pll rl rnmlt illi'...tl.. e ., ' ...
mseil .ion,. n n... .
H? " Patent j Miit, will bo
Fuiin- ..ninst lly,Pe-feon so doing,
t mi P.icilcuhirrt may bo obtained of tlfo
Ulll'ursll'lied. nr nf '. (i T...l., .- n
'gents. l. N. MAKEE, '
... ------ - ..wily irnn me mm.
nnd other wet fuel, by means of Intro!
ducliiff a current or hot air into the fur.
"i". through hot-air Humes.
, i in.-,, i mum is
THE undersigned has sold tho Oil
., Clothing Hranch of his business to
Messrs, 31. W, SlcChesney &Son, No. J3
1 Thnnklng tho public for past liberal
putionage, I would request for my suc
cessors a continuance of tho btune.
THK undersiencd havo purchased
from 31. Diivis hisi Oil Clothing
liimlncss, nnd solicit a conlinuanco of
the L'euerousimtiomiRo received by our
' 31. W. McOHEBNEY' & SON,
Honolulu, 3Iatch 38, 188U. ' 301 lm
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