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iHl)AY, Al'ltIL no, 'ISM. k
"THIS'DAY'S DOINGS. " "
Mes9f Lyons iV- Levey will Well
IT mschyld "Kiinitrnt, etc., at 10
oMoelc, :it Ao. UH Foil btiect.
C.ilhedinHiiiildtiig Com. at Cham
ber of Coinuieuo Kmtiil, tit -4
Algtuolia Lodge, :it V:.'!0.
llunnonv Lodge. I.O.O.K. 7:.')0
On Saturday evening was well at
tended by the heller daises ilmoim
us,, hut the gallery and balcony ueio
neaily empty. As a rendition o!
beautiful music it was a complete
success ; but the amount cleared will
only he about S15J. ' Miss MiclueU
and her biolller gained a splendid
success. Unr full repoit will appear
t'A TREAT IN STORE.
Our readers will lake especial
pains not to forget that in to-mor-iow's
issue we will give tliem an
opportunity of leading the nti
iiounceineals that Mevn-.. G. W.
!Miicra'!nuu .. Co. make in lcfercnce
to the immciiso quantilu.-. ol goods,
of splendid vaiiet srnl uahl," that
the.v hae weoived by the hips j t -eiamnu
and Janet Court and those
they are to receive by the s.. Abcr-g.-ldie.
the ship Shtiudon and the
liaik Isle of Aiigleseu. We have be
foie noticed the duss of goods im
ported by the above gentlemen, and
we must say that we have never seen
better of their kind 'in Honolulu, and
that they would do no discredit to
the stock of ifny House in Knglnnd
doing a business of equal magnitude.
Our leaders will theieforu find a
gi eat deal of inteiesting'nuttler for
them in the promised tulveitisc
meiit. POLICE OO URT .
' CUIMINAL UM.I.MIAI1.
Thursday, April 42( lvalemenekc,
assault ami battery, fined 1 and 8 1
e sts. Ah Kona. remanded from
the :J."th, lemanded to the :27ih.
Kiiday, Apitl 27 C. W. Fdson,
drunk, forlciled bail $(!. Ah Kona,
remanded from the 2(tli; it appeals
Hi it de.fendautis 1. 'I years old ; com
mitted to the Reformatory School1
for I year. Ah Lee, malicious mis
c'lief, leinandeil to the JlOtll. Wing
L k. i ef using to obey the orders of
the Fire Mafslial, fined S and Stf
costs, and '2A hours given to make
.such alterations as the Fire Marshal
shall direct. Xiui Lok. gross cheat,
lined S.'iO and S3. 'JO costs; appeal
noted to the Supiemu Court,
Tlimvlay. Apijl :.'! Fo.ster oc
Co. v. Kaleihoh.iiiu, deserting con
tract service, settled out of Court,
costs S-'. K. Deles-s. Q. Oieen,
action of, assumpsit for I.S0;
judgment1 for plaintiff "-'for 82K.20
and cots SU.l.i. S. V. Mahelonn
and LokniMjVBoKikanui Akco, ft id,
actionuof, ussiiimnp-.it for 6 120.5!) j '
continued to the'JJOlh. liopp& Co.
s. V. Taylor, action of ns-unipsit
for SH.IJiS; contiiued fiy consent
till the 3rd. W. Fennell' vs. T. 15.
Mm ray, action of assumpsit for 832,
continued to the 30th.
Tho following vessel, brouglit
Schr Waioli 950 bags sugar
Schr Waimalii 1,510 bags sugar;
Slmr Waimanalo 531 bags sugar; t
Schr KhukaillOO bags sugar;
S;hr Mjle -Morris -'!)6 bags sugar;
S.-lir Kauikeaouli !)00 sacks sugar;
Se'ir Moi Kciki 285 bags sugar;
Schr.Mnuupkttwai 1 1'. bag-, s'ugar; '
Stmr Lehua 1H20 Imgn sugar;
Stmr Kihldca'IIou 5 bales wool;"
Jjchr Mecfoo full load paddy ;
Sihr Luk'a -JOOO bag sugai ;
Schr Iviihuiianii -,51 1 bags siigai ;
.Schr Ivaala 500 btigu iigiir;
Schr Ehiikuial85 bag-, sugar;
Schr J Wallvcr l,8lit5 bags sugar ;
Stmr Likelike UG70 bags sugnr
Stmr G 11 Uishop brought 250
bags of paddy, 1 ,008 bags of sugar,
8 bags of hides, 20 cattle.
Tho Stmr Klri'ijfisls brouglit it(
general cargo of merchandise.
UklneW'II Dimond took (5,912
bag-, of sugar, 1,558 kegs of sugar,
800 bags of rice.
llgtno'W'II3Ieyer. took 5,97,0 bags
of sugar; H'-" -
Tho tern Kvu is loading and
expects to leave on Tuesday for
San Franoisco. . . t i
Wr. liave several times before
called attention to the abominable
odor of the hiine-iiical stoied on
Jkowcr & C'o.'s wharf i apd wo
would now like to know if tho
Jloard of Health will take notice
iiOOAb OB L HSHAlf ITEMS.
Is'ews from llllo says that Toniunt
(110,1 on the 20tli.
Tin: uil cc Intvu caught llic mail
'who set lire to a portion of Lilnio
Two S. Sea Islanders at Haiku
Plantation fought with kui'c. One
was out in or 20 places.
Hi: sure on go i t'i Athletic
Association Ho iu.it, mor w n jjltt.
It will be sviN" V1-
Ox Sat ur lay the trrrn yr o struck
Ivnlunh, oiieoftlu c upH plis oii
ers in the face af ei lie mut cau0lit,
was fined SI ) an 1 co-ds.
Tin: Maim arrved yes ei day, 30
days from .Taint. She brngi in
lal oreis. The Jiilia is expected in 3
orl diVs with ! ) or 5
Missus. G. V. Maefarhuic S. Co.
!iic now allowing Ladies' liandker
chiefs very prettily embroidered
with the words "Aloha", ,or "Queen
Fuima" in one coiner. They weie
specially prepaied to order in
1 1 eland. ,
Ot'it leaders who are ofasp'oit
ing turn of mind will be glad to
observe an advertisement in this
issue calling for their ptp?ciice at
the Hotel on Wednesday o cuing,
to anange a piogranune of tho foith
eonung races on Knmchaniclia Day.
Wc understand igorous efforts will
be made to make tho races even
better than at any previous ocoasiou.
.-.-. ,. . ,
Tm: Lizzie Marshall will go on
the diy dock to-day. It was or
' iginally intended to have lmil this
done in San Francisco, but 'the'
conveniences offered by Messrs.
Wilder & Co. with the Marine. Rail
way were appreciated, and the con
sequence is the money is spent
right heic. This is not the only
benefit wc have derived from the
existence of tho railway here.
Tun second number of the w
uiian Ciiitcse Ifcwn is now before
"us, and contains a larger amount of
adveitisements than before, so ihat
we presume busincs is prospering
with it. (Jieatcr familial ity with
the press seems to have, been obtain-
ed, so that this copy looks cvt so
niiiih better than the first issue. Wc
congialulato the managers on the
by Miss Hrcciu
'evening was thoroughly enjoyed by
those present The e citing's enter
tainment consisted of songs, in
strumental, musicj declamations,
etc. The uuests departed at 10 p.tn,
w'ishling their hostess every success
in her earnest woik for the good and
)leasure of those in whom she feels
so much inteiest tlie strangeis who
lvniain but a short lime among us.
Wb saw, on Satunla', on the
counter in Messrs. J. . ,Kobcitsop
& Co's shop, a dish of very line
large tomatoes grown by J. Fisher
on his grounds at Kalihi. The
largest was about -i inches long by
2h inches broad ami 2 inches thick.
Compared with the ordinary ones
offered for sale loy1 the Chincs'o
maikct-gai doners tliese were enor
mous. Still we have seen in the
Colonies the average tomato as largo
"as that, and we do not see why the
same result could not be obtained'
heie. w .
By the Lelnia we learn of a
inunlcr at Luhaina last Saturday
week. Two natives cjuarrollcd and
fought. They wet c separated. One
of them then went and purchase 1 a
Knife and stabbed the other in' the
hlomach causing the entrails to
protrude. The -wounded man died
on Monday at C si. in. No doctor
resides at Lahaina and one could
13 tii u.iumiiiv il ill l uui: uuillil
ie fjpt from Wnilukif, An inquest
held' olr IMoutlay uftenioon at
two o'clock. The vcrriict was that
death resulted from a hnlfe-wound.
Ir seems to us that the system
adopted in this city oft publishing
inariiaiie notices- requires sonic littlo
levision. Last week thfel 1 L. A,
a seriously infoimedlts reililers in tho
usual notice that a woll-ly.nown gen
tleman in the marine Jh-vicc had
innriied 'a Jady. also wloU-knoiYi).
Jso such niarriago took nhlcc. Isow
we have tho Pnss coiuliigl out with
tho statement that a jolting lady
mni ried one gentleman on) th6 21st,
utVl auollitr on tlto 21th. Did alio
commit bicaiiiy or did liumber one
die in three days? This-soitof thing
won't do. People will begin to lose
confidence in the matrimonial an
nouncements, if such a statu of
things is allowed logo unchecked.
mumiimiiiiiiiii i hi iii i
. KAHJLUI NOTEO.
from Our o, it ririi'l)iuleiil.
The baik Feu is S. Thump-on,
Cupt. Cutler, sailed Apiil 2."lli lor
Sainlvaiiei-ieo, with 16.1)1)0 lins ofA
sugar. Aveig.ung i,ibi,u:M ius ; o
bbl. tallow and 112 salt hides, val
ued at 8117,070; and the following
pas-engeis: Ilev. K. Hailey and the
pw w m M.UU11 1 waw mwww
Auction Salc3 by lyona & levey.
AT AUCTION !
On MONDAY, APRIL 30th,
at 10 o'clock, iit.in.vttll bc'solil ,
134 FORT STREET,
lately oueupleil liy Mrs. Lewis,
i .TIIHL.NT'HK. .
in part a tollowe;
Hand-nine It W. Ileiboum Suite,
Inlaid HlmIi-ooih uile, l'letures
MOSQUITO NETS, RUGS,
Kitchen limine Mulling, K;
Glass & Ci'ockes'y, &c.
Los it Li.vnv. An Mio leers.
J 1th June Races.
A J1ERTING will be held at the
.Cjl. Tlnwnlinn Jlnicl, on
Mnv '2nd, at 7 o'clock sharp, wlica"u
Cntijiiiit'ec of Annnge'ueiit' will 'lie
elee'eil to parry oui the prosjr.unmo for
the llace-to lake place on Kanie'ianieh.i
D.iv. A 1 gentlemen interested will lie
'in in tendance.
asiai i;er ouder. ,
Not as yet' generally known.
rpHE Public throughout Honolulu may
X ant know that lie' piemi-e, rccentlv
o-cupied liy W. E. ll.:rric'c. at Ko. lip
Fnit Slicet, oppo-ile the Pantheon Sta
IjIcj, Is now known as the
" City Shoeing Shop."
This new- E-talili-hnient, will lie a
inn-iniieh as cruel and toiturou-shociii;
has hcictoforc been to hrgely practiced
on man's noblest animal by bo called
PMwaid Doyle, the well known ex
perienced anil bkilful Horse Shoer, is
manager of this shop, which is a iceoin
mcmlation in it -elf, and with the piacti
cal a i-innce of Aadrev,' Hiown, tic
tlooiman, nureiili'iis may full v rely on
their merits as iruMcr mcclinnips.
It would well lep.iy our c:iticns to
vi-i't and examine tioikiiifc Stall- aid
Pont Tub? anunjreil and buill cvio-ly
for operntlng-Dii wounded and disubleil
lioic which no other shop in ll.'is
Kiiisdoiu lias adopted.
S. S FH.VW.
Proprietor " Oity Shneiif i; llo i."
liy Foit ineet.
;. .m. c.vii-rr.ii.
s. K. oit.uiAsr,
s. m; carter k oo.
N Kine Street, ' .'' Honolulu, II. I,
Rktail Dealeks in- " '
r , r' " ,. .
v Cpal and. Feed5.
VTE ivoulfl'nolirytho public, and
V Hmiso keeper in pnitieiilnr, that
we keep on hand and for :v in (iiani
lilies tosuit purchasers and at LOWEST
HATES, fuel, as follows s
Hard and Soft Woods, '
Cut any lengths j
Chureoal, N.S.AV. Newcastle Coal.",
Scotch Co il,iuml tho,, '
Celebrated Wellington Jlino ;
Depai tin o Bay Coalsj , !
The above can be ordered 1iy,telcphouu
or ulheiwisu, and lhimediate delivery
'' ,' '. ''r "
CSXVI3 XTS A.' CTjTu'Z ""
. (t t t i
Telephone, No. SIU;.
WE ALSO KEEP IN STOCK
I-Isxy sxnd Oats,
i California and New Zealand;
Ilaiey, Whoo ami Ground;
Wheatj Corn Whole' and Cracked ;
IJran, Jlliddllnga, and other Peed.
E2"Ordcr the nbovo through
Telephone 'o. U05,,
and wo wariant ipilok duljyery, and full
weight, Orders from tho other
Islands solicited. ,
toal paitsof dm city.
'Jiemcmber, 8 liiuff street,
U8U KST Vud Telopliono No. i305.
HOUSE TQ BENT, iiiipUhud
forC'tbS inoiltlts, Enciuiieon
ipremlscs, W Ueretania st.
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
A Fine Assortment ' ,
Send for full Illustrated catalougc
A new line of Chandeliers, plows,
il ' Cultivators, -Globular Street .Lamps,' ,
Kerosene and Lubrlbating Oils, &c, &c.
' i , '
-iTlie MagncSQ-Caloito Fire Proof Safes'"
JCew nnil Staple Goods from iVnicricn and Lughind.1 l ' "t
IP W U'kull III Ckna
, EeaLEstate jBrpkeii) Employment Agent and General ,
Ofllce, STSIctclmnl sticct, ' - HinMiihiu Gazette Dluck!
1 i t o!i
The ohly recognized Keal Estate Broker in the Kingdom. (i
Land and piopciy forsale in all. parts of Honolulu aud the, various Islands.. . s. i ,
Hon es to lea-c and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. X ,,. ,f
Itoimis to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books arid Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal p.ipcis of every decription
di.iwn. Apient, for Vlclcery's itontlily Fireside Mngnzinu and Visitor, withd
18 Chi omo.; subscription 11.25 per year. Agbnt for the Best Life ' -i
' tl Insurance Company iu the World. , . ,,,
ISf"Chargcs always mod crate". ' "'J f, C'Telcphono No. 172. ,
YOTT CLF" DBXJY-
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent
TH.VK ANY OTIIEU STORE IN TCAV.N.
JB? IF YOU
J.1 M. OAT, Jr.;& COir (U W
Have just lcceived ex Sue, ,,
A new lot of Blank Books, Blotting- Tablets
IuIcm, 3Xneiltipre, Goltl Pens, itc.
' ALSO,' A SWM.1!. ApSOUTMEKT Ol'
3?laxn3 for I-IoiB.e Decorating-.
, Red Rubber Stamp, Agency;,, i Ju.
i CS" All orders filled pi omptly.JEO
2o3 Gazette Block, No. 53 3IcrcJismt Street,
AT THE GYMNASIUM
For the Uenelit of the
A icnderingOf Iiorgfelrow'.6 I'oein,
I "Hanging of the Crane,"
And the oh tfippllnuel, and prjucuded
' , -off-
Admission, 30 Cents.
' 1181- ' '
INbTltUCTIONS in Oyniiia-ties will
iu ew te -I-adicB and. Children,
13vMy Sutiirdiiy 3Foiuiuf?
From 0 to 11 o'clock, In addition to tho
Evening OIiibmh. a. II. DOLB,
!i8(J President Athletic Association
aHEHE WILL BE NO ICE delivci
. ed from the Honolulu Ice Mtum
fact'oryfor a FEW DAYS, as a new
Condenser will be put in place.
J. K, WILDER.
JIoiiolidii.AprlM 1,8S3. l 375
"Dfe RODCERS' r
TT AS HEJfQV;p hU OfHeeund llppj.
,J.X, deuce to the ,
Cni', or ItlcliardH mni Ilervtnuiu H(h.
Okfiok Ilouit6 8 to, 10 u.ni.; 1 to si
ii.-jl i) ni.i 0:30ti)7;3t)p.m 3ui
i A od Cluuice,
ANYONE that Inn u$o
DHAY eait treionCehunn
'' V . ,.G. ILlROBEHTBON.
of new mimi
acMK mWSPMk Til
s4 iwmm M
, itftf'jiiij'Smr ,,m
S 3 mv WMiVm
VW li faiEVH CL a R
w.i -i'triii - ion
DON'T BIIIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
rTOTEL ST. MltlCEt.
"rjHE undcrsisrned liavins
X purchased the Hotel St.
Market, takes plc.isuiu in an-.
his pergonal attention, mid hopes, to sup
ply the waats'of (he public'dr Honolulu
in a satisfactory manner.
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
And other kinds of. meat for the table
always on hand.
Prompt Iclver9atlb'. , ?
Orders taken by Telephone.
By the return of the Sue. I will bo in
receipt of one of the best nnd newest
patented v y - jj gg
and will tben bo prepared to furnish tho
BUST HOMEMADE SAUSAGES.
ISjTN.B. No Chinese pork used.
D. K. FYFE, PropiietoV ''
Teleidinno No. 230. 3.17 ly
r'i'r'ilir y'i' :";'..'';;?)
,No. 0 (iueen stieet Fish Market,
f Doalpr4mchoipeu tjj r,
lUif, KVealt '.tfiHto.i, vMt, '' ,Ae3
Family aud Shipping Older-, caiefully
nltendeil to. LivcBiock furnislfcil to
vessels at bhort notice, and Ycgetiibles
of all klnd'iipplit)il to 'nrdi .'I4d ly
, TO KENT.
13kA,Oii King: Stieet, near Punch.
gSSMSfflMm'WI stret,Jin one1 of iha
EttiP.A ;nost central localities in
Honolulu, I Have tbren pretty Cottage
Boqnih to rent to irenlleinen. TheJii
JVooms (lfl . 10) have just been built and
newiy anil neatly mrnislieil, with bath
rooms, water, pleasant grounds, shado
trees, and nil coincidences. To ucitllu.
men yio ilp.iiro a comfortable, iibodo no
SADDLE HOUSE,1 ,
uuiivi iHuucumnL u.ui ue ouereu in lliOi f
city,-' 'Address or apply, to
"" "J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Estate and House Broker, ,
tig.1) Sw U7 Merchant street.
Viiiiioijpu uieuj nus .
been on, the Islands u ,
f try y,
Xycar mid u ludf; has
ueeu onven pi double
liarueBS, Also, saddle and bridle. , , .
Apply to ' '
msvt ' Qhvr: ibiuy;'1"