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" TUESDAY! AY 1, 1883.
THl DAY'S 'DoiNcte.
"Women's Bomcl of Mission 2
Knteitninmcnt nl tho Gymnasium
Excclsioi' Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:00.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :1)0.
A NEW DEPARTURE.
Oun rcadcis -will lie glad to Irani thai
.Mr. B. S. Shaw, so lung ami favorably
known by his mnmi tenant of Mi.
Dodd's 'bus niul iwjms system, has
opened a shoeing establishment opposite
Dodd's stable, on Foil died. It has
lonp been a matter of giievauec la-to,
not only to ownets of lior-.es but to per.
sons of kindly heai is,, that the shoeing
. of horses has oflui bei'ii very much
neglected, and indeed often ei nelly
done. These, then, will be glad to know
that u gentleman of Mr. Shaw's o.pcri
unco has undeitakcu to sec that no such
doings will be allow oil under his con.
rol', and ha- engaged the best woikman
in this branch lit Honolulu. The nppli
anees proided, too, are not to be found
elsewhere, we believe, and sue specially
intended for the humane mid dilative
-'ticalmcnt ot all animals sent to theshop
that need ti
The stmr Tas. Makec brought 2,760
bags sugar, 31 lugs rice.
The stmr Mokolli brought L'3G bags
sugar, 1,000 bag rice, 70 bran.
Schr Lihollho 1,600 sugar;
Schr ICamoi 2700 bags of sugar.
Tho J A Falkenburg took fiOOJ bags
of sugar, 1S09 bags of i ice, 219 kegs of
sugar, !) cases of ham and bacon, 20
bbl- of salmon, 31 half bids of s.ilmou.
" Bchr Mana brought C000 coctunuts
and 13coidsof (lie wood.
The U.S. ling-hip Hartford may be ex
pected about the cud of the mouth vv lth
the Eclipse-Obscivation parly on board.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Owing to pressure on our space the
report of tho concert is held over.
Tub Gciman immigrants by the
Khrcnfels for Kauai went jesterday.
Those for Maul and n&wnii will go'to
day. Mn. A. G. Ellis jepoits having old
11 shares of Wulluku at 'SU00, 10 ot
Waianac at $135, mid 20 of Walmamilo at
TJnl'.suvi. activity picvails in tlie
Army over the projected trip to Kohala.
"Dsills and parade- aie going on con.
Ouit leadeison Hawaii and Maui me
reminded that ilie eclipse of sun will bo
visible to them on Sunday next between
11 :lo a.m. and noon
Did lie plav the ilium or did he
whi-tle? That Is vh.it agitate- the
public mind at pie-cnt. Vide J'css's
Tin: well belonging to Mr. Jaincs
Campbell at Kapahulu has struck a
heavy How of water. The water rise- 15
inches above the pipe. Plenty of water
lor theP.uk lots now.
Mil. James Dodd now has hisofllrc,
tho bus walting-iooni, nnd tlio stables
lighted up with gas. The same 1m
pioyeincnt vylll be.Jptrodueed dnto the
ealoon, when it is finished.
Two Bolabolas'had finite a little low
i ouerof tlie saloon on Niuianu street
on Saturday night. Peace was restoied
by fUa personal inteiveution of the
Marshal, who had the place cleared.
,' On Sunday afternoon, about 4 o'clock,
while a buggy was turning tlie corner of
King and Richard sticetsa hind wheel
came off. The occupants weie thrown
out and thohorte inn nwny. It was stop.
ped near Smith's bridge.
On Sunday afternoon a boat belong,
iug to tho biig Morning Star, contain,
ing two ladies nd two gentlemen, was ,
been to lie in difllculfies oil tho entrance
to tho harbor. The yacht Eiumu went
, out nnd rendered them valuable assis.
tancc in piloting to u .place of safety.
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On Satuiday afternoon a party of
young ladies and men-of-war officers
were riding up Nuuauu stiect. One of
thorn rode over and knocked down a lit.
tie white child. Although they slopped
and argued with the parents no icdress
The Walluku Sugar Co. dcclaio a
dividend ot $50 jiernhaic, payable this
day nt,0Browcjr'& Cq's.Thls i simply
the profits for ono month. How thoto
who have sold out of this Company must
To-niout tho Athletic Association
hold their promised inturtuiiiiiient at
tho Gymnasium, Fort street A refer
ence to the advertisement in another col.
unfn'wlll HhoVtho character of tho en-
icitaiumciit, ami woeim tissinooiir mutt
rr.s that it ought to bo good, if the
names of the peiformeis be taken as a
glatanleq. It is reitaln, too, that tl.t
Assu'lnlton is doing pood woilc am
t leioforodescrvosall thocncouiagcinciit J
lYitc.in bo given. We ttust, therefoie,
tisec a huge nttendiuieo of those "on
pkasurc bent" to-night, and we can iv.
wic tlicm they will feel pleaded thai
Hit y did not iiiii' the opportunity. At the
la-t monieiu w e in c tout t lint an nnpi omp
111 (Inure ami pioinili.iilc rolled I
lollow tho legulai piognmnip.
li is said that the reason thai the
missing lamp lias not. as jet, bcenic
placed at the coiner of Kmni.t street is,
that the government have rjot the post
but have no lamp to put on top of it.
Who has got it?
Two South Sea Islanders fiutu Haiku
Plantation got some whiskey at Paia
and qiiarrellul. One cut the otlarwith
a knife in over twenty place. The
wounded nnn may ireovcr. His nsall.
ant is in Muknvvao gaol.
Soiti: photographs of the Kayednik
and Lcipslc tiring a taluto and other
views of Honolulu liathor, by Messrs.
Williams it Co., nie on cxhibliion in
fiont of Mc-si-1. .T. M. Oat, jr., & Co.'h
vindov. They aievvell worth seelii"-.
A pleasant chajigels noticed by thoe
who have business to transact at thu
Deputy Mai Mini's office and Police
Point. A general cleaning up h is been
made, and new imitUm; laid down. Hut
the -ame hiinds c.iiry on the business ol
the law and don't you foiget it.
Mom: complaints are being heard of
the lobbory of letters from the L'nt
Ofllee either from the boxes liere or
f loin the Post otllecs on the other islaud.
A- only those eontainii-gdrafts aie ever
inquire 1 after or known of it i- iciy
piobablc the thing his been done ion
far gi eater extent than i- at pic-ent
The V. M. C. A. Piuise and Thanks,
giving Sen lee on Sunday afternoon in
their new building drew togetlicr(as
large a number as the Dedlefitoiy
Eeielsesdid the week before. The
gratifying features about it weie the
presence of o many young men and -o
many strangers. Mi. Pratt led the
On Satuiday evening at about 7
o'clock while the bus was waiting at
Kalihi, n horseman in galloping past
knocked down a little boy, aged about
six j ears. The boy vvas.plaj Ing In the
joad with u number of others, although
warned bj'scvci nl to Keep off the'road
a- it was dark. The horseman did not
Mop to sec the result of the accident
which was not, however, soilous.
Sunday morning the ICamoi nnived
offpoit but couldn't get in having
jammed her rudder haul npoit by strik
ing it on a locic. tiic reic went ,our
to tow her In, but was fon-ed to give it
up. Tlie ICamoi nnehoied outside.
Yesterday the Pole wentsigaiti. Afteriig
ingupan app.ii.itiis of boards and tackle
so as to keep the i udder straight, the
Kiitnol was lashed side by side to the
Pelu and thu-In ought in. Owing to the
rough sea tho bow of the ICamoi weie
damaged by striking against tlie Pole.
Further paiticulais are to hand of
tlie Lahaina murder. The miirdeierand
hi- victim were both firm friends befoie
this occurrence and nothing had dis
tin bed their-friendshipi They went to
:i certain native who "-old liquor on the
sly and purchased balf-a-coffec-potful of
beer. They illled it up witli gin, and
drank it between them. They could
lceollect nothing further. Tlie J.nife
has not jet been found. Knlolo. the
nssaihuit, plead guilty to the eli.ugc of
minder and is now in custody in Ilono-
,lUlU.- - r ' ,,
AoAiNrthe Chineso-Aie to tlie front.
JJo system of lioute to house delivery of
letters lias ever yet been established
iieie, but our Chinese fellovv-citiycns
have eairied into operation for some
time n plan, vvhieh, to a ccitnin cMcnt,
obviates tlie necessity for it. An open
ho is affixed to the outside of ono of the
stoics on Nuuanu sticet, and every one
who chooe may deposit his lettcis
there, As every one who evpeets a letter
can go and look in tlie box at any hour
of tliu day or night, the convenience of
the sj'stoni will bo apprcoiated.
Every month, on the last Satuiday in
tho month, exit fiom, mid, entrance into
town, on King street, is almost wholly
pi evented by tho Chiueso Engine Co.
placing their appaiAtus for practice in
thu middle- of King stioet, oppostto the
loot of Mnimakcu sticet. Horse which
aie in any degico timid of passing
clouds of steam and the rattling of an
engine lefuso, to proeeid further, so that
tialllc is almost enthi'ly stopped. Per
haps tho authorities w Iflsuffueotu moro
cuftiiblo place for pr.atlco niter a severe
accident Jilis happened.
mp ' i !
Ian on Jiuw.M Hi ; The
' report of tho dedicatory excicises
of llio new hall, of the x . 31. V. ., con.
tains the 'folhivying sentcucot t'ln defer
eneo to what seems mistaken dilHdciiee,
tho numru of those cpntiihuling aro
withheld." What your contemporary
dcnomimilcs "mistaken diflhlenc," tomo
sincere people consider "commendable
diffidence." The Saturday Piett may
be right nnd thcte o.hcr people wrony,
but llio e people ccitalply scan to'lrive
the sanction of so.iiptttto in tuppoitof
ihelr view. In cveiy tonimuuiiy tl.eie
.ire cvibmliidid pcisonswlo nttiibute
wiong motives to tho-c who give public,
ly to imy good niu-c, where iisthcUo who
givo "in se2U"" aie not open to the
sniilc'rtr'fii'-atli.ti. ' DlifmnxcE. '
WEST MAUI CfoltRESPONDENCB.
Last Saturday evening, soon atttrthc
depaUtue of the slealnui' which bionght
to l.nhnlna tla-iicw of the shooting afj
friyat HI o, two native labours, IIoo.
lnaupiand Knlolo hviiamc, uudei tlioln-i
H..1.J..1.I1I :.t t..i.. .... ...-. ..i
lliiuilu vi JliiuiM, wi iiiiii uii uiiviu.u I'm
a ti( in 'ome tiitnng liiuuiTj anil uoo
mana stabbed ICnbio In tho nbdoiian.n
On Monday thj initired man died, hay.
liig not yet iccehcd iiie.lh.il attendance.
Tfoomnnn is held for murder, lliun.
"illing and iinn-di Inking eeiu to be
beiuing their legitimate liuits,latel
hilo Notes. l " "
2Tkws conu'i from Hilotlial H. Ten.
mini died on the nttcim.on of tho 20th.
The verdict of the Coronet's Jurj- wns
Hint jf'dccea.ed fcamu to his death by,a
pi.tol-sl ol liy one Camper." Oient c..
ollemcnl p-evail- and the gaol guards
had hem d milled. Many ".loiies aie
rumoied of the original cause of the at.
tack. Jfel her Of the Iwo men whoriloll
would tell who was with them at the
houe. It is said that Tcnnmit's vvifo
and inmily aie on their way to join lilm
beie. A 1 mi: nnd detailed account of
tho whole niliiir fiom one(poiiit of view
lias been diavvn up and Mailed by n
iiuiiibei ol the le-idciils and -ent to the
O'ntctr. MeCiillum slated to the doctor
betore he died that "he had no business
there and it -cived him light."
AT THE GYMNASIUM
For the llcucfit of the
A lcudenng of Longfellow's Poem,
"Hanging of tho Crane,"
"Xubletnix "Vivunts, ' .
Aud the old time Miuuel, and pieccdcd
May 1st, 15:80.
Admission, 50 Cents.
Ifiviilcjid Notice. ,
DIVIDEND of S$r0 n share onnhe
stock ol the Wailuku Susar Com.
pany vv ill be dia- and jiayahlc this morn
ing at the ofllee of U. ilievvcr & Co.
Honolulu May 1-t. lb8:J.
CIATIOX. Theie will
(u.ulcrly Gene.ul Meeting of tlie above
Association attlieti.ymnasiuin on Friday
lth 1SSJ. at 3 o'clock.
Ice will be delivered
Fiom the II wolnlu Ice Factorj-
On Tluu'stla y Morn'ft-, May 3
J. K. AVILUI-:i.
Honolulu, May 1, 1885. 8s9 3t
GA. EAWSON, M. D.
Homeopathic Plij-sician & Surgeon
Ufllce and resldenco Foit Street. First
door makai of Chinese Church. 389 ly.
1 1th June Races.
A MEETING' will be held at the
Hawaiian Hotel, on
May 2nd, at 7 o'clock siiarp, when a
Committee o'f Arrangements will bo
Fclct'led to carry out the piogiainmo for
the Paces to take place on Kamchamcha
Dnj'. A 1 gentlemen inleicated will bo
ysa at pbk ohder.
Not as yet generally known.
''PIIE Public throughout Honolulu may
X not know that the picmlr-c-, leceiilly
occupied liy W. E. Ilenick, at No. 110
Foij, SUeet, opposUo tlie Pantheon Sta.
bles, is now-known iisHho "
Tills new Entalilislimcnt. will be a
souicoof gratitic ition loourcommunlty,
inasmuch as erwel null tortuious shoeing
has hcretofoio lieen to hugely practiced
on man's noblest animal by so called
Edward Doyle, thu well known ev.
pcrieuccd and skilful Horao Slioer, is
manager of this shop, which is a recom.
ineiidiiliou in itself, and with the practi.
eal assistance of Audrevv liiotwi, llio
llooiinan, oureitiens may fully rely on
their merits us muster mechanics
'It would well repiy our eitiens to
visit and examine So iking Stalls and
Foot Tubs unmixed and built expressly
for opciating on wounded and dlsablcil
horses, which no other shop in this
Kingdom has adopted.
S. I. SHAW,
Pioprietor " City Shoeing hhop,"
y88 lf ! 110 Fort Btrc!i'
.HOUSE TO 11J5NT. tuiulshed
Bfor 0 to 8 months, Euoulieon
Spieniites, 88 Uer9iaula,bt.
u8 iw ,
TNSTHUCTIONS in Ojnnnastlqi will
.1, lie given to Ladies and Childien
Fon P to 1 o'clock, In addition to the
Evening OIiibsu i. S. UMJOLK,
USO President Atlilcllo Assdclatlotj
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN 0F NEW GOODS
A Fine Assortment
1 V t
i "For;SIo Very' lioiv.
Send for full illustrated catalouge,
A new line of Cliando'liefgf, Plows,- " " ' ,
' ; Gultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kerosene and Lubiibatlng Oil;!, S.c., &c.
The. Maa'neso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes.
i -- ,
New and Staple Goods fiom
JOSEPH E. W6SEMAN,
'Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllee, 27 Mci chant sticet, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
L-uid ami property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and tent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to lent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. ,
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent lor Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and "Visitor, with
18 Chroinos; subscription $1.23 per year. Agent for the Best Life
'' Insurance Company in tlie "World.
Uncharges always moderate., , j-1 ' CSTTclcphone No. 172.
ftUlMIJW I lUllj,MI.M
YOTT CAN 0BT7Y
MEDICINES. AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at '
PALMEb & THACHER'S
We-7 I)!!! Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
JOT IP Y0TT
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale the Cargoes of tlie ships
" Abcraman " uiitl " Janet Court,'.
Recently airivT J from Glisgow an I Liverpool, respectively. Also, to arrive, '
tho Cargoes of the
British Steamship " Abergeltlie,"
From London, now due; the Brithh ship " Sliandon," from Glasgow, due '.Tilly 1st;
aud the Bri(i-li bar.c " Isle of Anglcaca," from Liverpool, due Aug. 1,
Comprising one of the largest and finest selection of goods
and Mcich'indiso ever imported to Honolulu, and which will be offered to
the trade, town and lountry housekeeper, and buyers generally, at ex
ceptionally favorable terms.
Dry Xr'oods,, npw on exhibition,.
At our Show Rooms, upstairs. '"
featltllcH, Bridles, Harness and Whips. .
Roljs Eneli-h Belting, 3, 4, 0, 8 and 10 inches.
Bdls. Best English Annealed and Galvanized Fence Wire, N03. 4, ti and 0.
Cabcs, Smith & MeLca.i's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best imported
lieie, 8, 7, 8 nnd'O feet lengths 24 gauge. Attention of consumers otthis nr
tide is called to thh ptrticul.ir brand, which never warps, cracks, or peels off,
from the action of sun, and atmosphere '$ i)') , )3fc
Casks, Best English.'Portland, German nnd Roscudalo Cement. , i
Bales bluo stripe, twilled aud,plnlp Sugar Bigs, 5iK) to a Bale; tho genuine article.
Bales heavy twilled Coal Bags bct Scotch make, Bales y. 4 and G-ply,
Seaming and Roping Twine. ' ' ' ' . in '
Scotch Fire Brick, square and arch. FlioClay. . . ".
. , 00 Ton Best Seoteli Splint' Coal,
The(b2st and most economical for Plantations, Steamers general use, is 'clear
and lumpy, consequently, iio'wnstc; gives veiy lttJo smofte and soq), burns well
away and docs not clinker and hum up grate-bars; and produces 25'pcr cent, more
steam than any other Bituminous Coal.
150 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adapled'for ranges and cooklngMoves.
A small lot of Anvils and Vices, for blacksmiths' use. ,J
Bar Iron a'good'assortment; also Bars Sled.
Best WooPBurlitps, 4i.in"ch, in 40-yard pieces.
, A, few ca-ks Assorted Glassvvaie comprising, Glass Dishes, ,BovvU,f Goblets,
Tumblers, Sherries, Hocks, Ports, Clarets, Champagnes; Decanters,' DishcV. Lamm
and other aitlcles required by housekeepers, r
'ill1 norjnieut of Granite. ware comprlsln'.' Dinner-sets Eivers and Basins.
Bowls, Dishes, Cup und Saucers, I'lates and many other articles in tills line. "'.
A FEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cotl-igo style, from the, leading Berlin m liters, which will be offered on very
favorable terms. An in-poUiou nnd trial of those attractive Pianos is invited
1 hi ce C.hoj of iii o,po :I il m ike of Stocks and Dies, tho most complete tiling
oMhe kind tor iilant'Uioii use. ' ' ' - .'.': t b
GalumiqPiShi""Uan!Z;d Buckcls 10, 13' "mI w'lniJ,- N3ts Galvanized Tubs.
TLe iiuest brautfs ol Ale , Wines and Spirits In usunj jnxa AlsotUo following
Of Minlccs, Wason
lMi iw ii i ,i' ,e 1U llli; l makeV U SP" or,t' of hlV s acknow.
U Hawaii n ilantcrsi'and Manufacturer,, iii Cuba, Brazil! ' Man ifn
, I'ljl aud oher sugar-iirodueing countiles. thiouhnnt ' rnJ.l
Steam ClarifieiF, Su ar Mills, Engine ''
C-nlrifugals, Vacuum Pans, Pumps,
Iron Chimneys, Tanks, Boilers, etc., etc. '"'
Portable Tramway and Cauo Cars, Lqcomotlvcs, Ralla.
The cargo of the steimship Ahsrgeldio was selected with" great care bv our
London Agent, i n ler tho direct supei vision of a member of or Arm nnrt fLifSl
or abeaiUiful lire of good, i.not hitherto Imported Cr? 'ClroflMi rivfntTfSl
America and England.
trnmn mi ubiwi
DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
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