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This Day's doings.
Ladies Sewing .Society, nt Cnthc
df.il Close, nt 3 o'clock.
Race Meeting, sit 7 o'clock.
Monthly Concert of Missions., nl
Oauu Loclgei No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meetings at 7:30.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
Sirviccs, at 7 :3(J.
"Muy day's the anniversary of our
Dallv. i Our neighbor and com
menced the publication of n half sheet
the reproduction of tlio bulletin boaid
of Mcssri. Whitney is Robr-rfon ii
little while before our dally enterprise
was founded. But we commenced the
first Tegular dturnnl sheet which hns how
become establihed with every assurance
of being n permanent enterprise and in
stitution of the city."
So says the P.O. 'A. of yesterday.
Let usiCJwtitict a statement from the
issiio ,of the Dah.y Bulletin or
April 24th, 1882, then under the
editoiial guidance of Mr. II. L.
Siieuion: "The Daily Bulletin,
which this morning takes up its posi
tion modestly but confidently as a
legular public journal." Thcr
l7i.)i.i. nrna n.n in tinrn'lo tie itu
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f- ' tcntion for the future and review its
stand in the past, but wc cannot
help thinking that most of it is just
on a par with the truthfulness of' the
statement Wo have extracted above
from the same editorial, and refuted
by an extract fr"om the pen of Mr.
II. L. Sheldon in the first four-page
issue of the Bulletin.
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The urand concert'
onSaturday evening, in aid of the
i inds of the JfooUlu-'JDahia',' given!
D, Air. ani luis-i.iuiumuia, assisieu
b Prof. Ynrndley, Mr. Stroelein,
t io Honolulu Symphony Club and
t z Royal Hawaiian Band, was about
t e best musical' entertainment given
ii Honolulu dining the past twelve
xn.inth. Throughout the programme
w is presented without the elifrhtest
h teh occurring, and with n thorough'
mietery oriueir pan oy eacn per
former. The first number on the
o 'oirrarnmc ' was Mcrcadantc's
solitude," by the Symphony Club.-"
Tins exquisite tone-painting of this
c imposition was to some extent lost
O the audience, who ,did not seem
t appreciate it, until the movement .
i i 3-4 tempo was reached. It was
rendered thoroughly and truthfully ;
the whole effect being supeiior to,
a ly thing in the way of orcliestral
playing that we have heard before
in Honolulu. Then followed Ernst's
violin solo, " Eiegie," by Prof.
Yarndley, who played so well that
the audience insisted on his recall,
when he gave them a Cavatina by
Bui". Then came the scena from
DitaFoscari, by "crdi, which intro
duced Miss Michicls to the audi
ence. The range, -power, and beauty
of her; -voice wo have before com
mented on, but wc have to say ih it
on this occasion the singer far tu
passcd any' previous effort'. 'Never,
during the past year, have we heard
n single vocalist who could so fill
the hall with sweet sound, notwith
The aitistic manner, .of her
vocalizatioutqo, ,is, w,ell wprtby of
imitation' liytoiir local vocalist's, ,iu
all save the 'tremolo.'' Her singing
of this selection so raised the en
thusiasm of the audience that an
encore was insisted on, nnd Miss
"Michicls crave 'in response to the de-
maiid,. the well-knowu 'Robert toi,
que-1 j'aime," from Alcycrbiers
opera of Robert ie Uiaulc. 'Wis, in
Ufc W'tf.., 'f .fc... IVWV..... -J.f.f
than the previous selection, and dis
played the fair vocalist's cnpiicitiis
in au even creator decree. At tl o
clove of this one of tlic audience prc-H
bcnted Miss .Michiels with a beauti
ful floral decoration in the shape of
a shield. Then Mr. C. Mighiejs ap
peared and played, instead of, the
Fantasia and Variation set down in
the programme as his first piece, tho
Fantasia and Echo, which appeared
further down on the programme.
This turned out to bo a Fantasia on
well-known airs fiom Flotow's Martha,-and
was sple'nflldly'doncby Mr.
Michiels. Wo have heard many cor
'nctists, iucluding the famous Ley,
anil can say with ti nth that wo have
heard but few equals of Mr. Michiels
and still fewer supciiorto him.f The
wonderful tfcJeajheBy of j tone' oiul
delicacy of 'execution that ho pro
duces would be even wonderful in a
violin maestro .so what inust one
' s t'oinrof tliesteady practic cand lbvo
It of music which pas produced such
, -H, rcaults from a cornet. Then foiioweu
zither solo 'by Mr. Stroelein as a
fantasia well-known aiis. This was
heartily encored aud Mr. Stroelein
ployed a waltz. Thokllicr has only
lately become fnshioiialilc amongst
English speaking people and now it,
ilLn 'I'" of I the most aesthetic ti5J.c
to understand the zither. Coitainly
iiit"sunmivt"tho music is-pleasant
to the ear being a compound of harp
and bclMiko tones. Then Ortiric ill ouf
opinion, the gem of the evening,
Miss Michiel's rendition of the well
known scona from 11 Trovatoic. In
this Miss Micliiels bounded her voice
clear nnd frcsli without a tremolo
like a young bird caiolling amongst
tho topmost ,boughs of the foicst.
Mr. Michiels then gave thocbe'he
luidpmittcdJjcf.oi;e, afiuUasht ona
wcll-kuowu. j galop, aud playpd it,
supcrhly incre'asiiig, ii that weic
rjossiblc. tho audience's iavorablo
opinions oi ins nmsicry over una
instrument. The Symphony Club
gave a Cai rice from Donizetti's Don
Pasqualc and the Koyal Hawaiian
Baud plaved two mat dies (Kalaka-
. . .... .. ... n..-
lun and Kapiolaui) composed by Mr.
Michicls. Hawaii Ponoi was piaycu
and the audience remained till it was
finished by i eqticst. We trust to
have many moie musical treats like
tho one nffoidcd us on Saturday
night and wc feel vsuic that the
programme after tins only needs to
be known to be appreciated. Their
Majesty, and Their. Koyal Highcsses
Princesses Liliuokalani and Likclike
were amongst those present.
The stcamir Waimnnnlo will leive to
day with a number of German imnu
grants for Waiuuac.
The eehr Gen'. Ecigel brought 62o bas
paddy; sehrWailclo 1112 bags 'sugar;
st mr 'N'aiiiyuialo 430 bags of sugar and
22 bbls. of molasses. i
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Commotion jn the rope market.
Tni3 Musical Association give theirs
(long deferred concert on Friday next.
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the amount conociea on ouuuny ju&i
for the Society 'for tho Propagation-o'f
the Gospel, at St.. Andrew's Cathcdial,
wasfJOJ. , r i
Tub cat.0 of Messrs. Giievc and Atkii
fon will come up again at the Pollco
Court this morning, when Judge Bicker,
ton w ill give his decision as p whether
in his judgment the publication coin
plained of is a libel according to law.
Tin: Domestic Money order system
was inaugurnte'd yesterday by the Post
i Master General who issued drder NS. 1
for 910 in favor of Her Majesty the
Queen as Pieslilent of tlicllooulu Lahui
Association. Tho office wns 'opeii fori
oruers irom o a.m. iiu s :au p.m.
. f .V. ii '
Tiik Attorney General was going to
tnkc a trip to the United States,1 by the
Tokio, so it is said. Since, howevcrho'
heard Unit the Premier was going to Ko-
haln, he decided not to go. Wns ho
afraid to leave the country 'to the'earo of
the'two others? Could'you'tind a more
poweiful commentary on the ability of
AViTn this issue w present our rend,
ers with a supplement containing the
matter wo have been obliged to omit for
the past few days, owing tqprcssuro on
our space. i Tho matter itself will repay
perual, ns. it has been, wc believe, sc
lected 'with special care. 'Tho "Editorial
Protest" Is a jrcnuiuely. liumprous and
instructive, article; and w'ith FJauner'e
London Gossip, Life in ltussia will.be
found exlremelj interesting.
Yestkiiuay' at tho Police Court one
man was'flncd for giving prisoners ih-
cd till to-day. ,It is to (be lipped that the
authorities will go on firmly in4ie
course thus auspiciously .begun, and'
eventually get tho relations of 'prisoners
to the outside public under some sort of1
restraint such as is found in other coun
tries. " ' I
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On Saturday and Sunday last a party
of young men down country amused
themselves ehark-flshlng. Altogether they
cai.ght 10, 7 Hammerheads and 3 deep
hcji fcharkb. The longest wus about 12
feet long.' In the stomach of ono or
them 34 young ones were found', each
over a foot Jong. Readers who know
whether all sharks produce their young
11 lug or in ova will confer a favor by
communicating with the editor of this
On Sunday morning last at OiilO
o'clock, tho Bishop of Honolulu and tho
Rov. Mr. Swan held services In Hawa
iian for the lepers ow confined in tho
Ilraueh Hospital at Kakaakp. Over 70
weio present. Those bcrvlccs 'will bo,
held regularly eery week In future .Wc
arc glad to notice that at lust an effort
has been in ado to afford the spiritual
consolations of icbglon to these out
casts from spcloty whom so inany would
utteily forget, and leavoUo perish with'
out a word of kindness or sympathy.
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Yi-s rERDjfr nf tcirnboh the detachments
of tho Army detailed for duty At Kohala
during tho ceremouicsat the crectioii of
tho Kamehainelm stntuo next week,
murohi'd down tho streets to tho Like.
liko and proceeded inker to KohaU,
His Majesty will proceed in tho Nayc.
dnfk on Saturday at thc'Tltivitntton o'f
(JaptnliijKiilogucrao. Thof following is
tho, detailed lint of thoe wlio went!
Koyal auniilo, J.ici.t. It. Hon-pllKB-kor;
Cmnlry, '.Captain j Uona;i
I'riiiceV Own, t'omp.inlei A. and D, Cap.
nlnlcni ; Klnp'-t Own (oluiitccr,i), Lieut.
0. t'laik. Tha.Mihllui8 weio In ilctnoh
iritnts dt ESWoli rfltbgethcr nlioift lfrj.
One of the lnrgcn brldgrti In the
Uhuiils wl'.l lie llulfltcd In anothur week
the 'bildge over the 11 mnlcl ilcr at
IliiurtlehMll i'nroiiiiiosltc strurttucof
w.iotlVna Iron resting on one icntrnl
mm tu uuii;t iiiiris ui vuiiyiubv, in ihui
spans c.icn our nuniiicci tcci long, us
4) Idthjs y Ixti .en feet and, Jt has no
balustrade. Its llooringls twelve feet
aboo hl-rh-watcr mark It Is tho largost
).brldgc with .1 centre pier oA'the IsliindsJ
ami ouiy, ono 'otnor n.is ueen' ouiic m
that way before, lz: atAnaholo. The
'lmcnlons of the centre pier arc from
'JK Iccl below tho ilver bed to -Xi feet
above hlgU'Water m.irk.rOrfcct lu al lf
solid foncrQtd.'-'a fcotiby'5 ftfot tho
top Increasing to iiO feet bv O'fcct nt the
base. Of the outer pleisonc is concrete
being near the water's edge nnd the
other, being high oboe the.water, Is.of,
rubblc-NVork.'both'iir'c" 2(3 ft? by iHft.'nt
the top. The masonry was dono by
Mosrs. Walkt'i'ife Treadwaj, niul the
ict by Mr. T. M. Hayseldcu.
W. E. HERRfCK
From 110 Fort street,
TO BiaXIIKL STREET,
i opposite the Bethel, next door.to
DaicIeVnuichinc shop aud Brun's Fur-
nlturu Factory, where he will continue
to supply his customers with all kinds of
Wood aud Ivoi-y Turiiing.
Thankful for pasti favors, ho hope for
a) continuance of the same. "100 dg
OFFERS FOR SALE v
i ) ' I i . t
Bbls C. B. Salmon, extra,
Bbls Skeena Biver Salmon,1
Bbls Frazer Biyer Salmon, ,
Elf bbls Salmon, choice,
Bbls & hlf bbls Plant. Salmon'
fKits Salmon BellieB.
Stalls, Nos. 2 and 3
'.Yes, aud wo sell
Ah H.o;v vlh the Xo-vcMt I
and don't anybody forgctit.
Vepll.NewBedford Rope, and any
retailer know's'kow it will hold out.iu
net weight. i
Wc also have tho mo-t varied assort
ment of ,' V' . v .
1 SHIP "CHANDLERY'
kept by any house this'side of tho Rocky
Mountains, such as
. Hump and Manila Cordage, all sizes,
AYtCiUn Well Uoring Hopos
Manila Hawsers, Wire Rope,
Cotton'and Hetrip-Duck' and Twine,
Galvanized Marine Hardware,
FAINTS AND OILS, '
Pure Copper Sheathing, i4H JO & 18 oz4
nenowMeiai ana JMaiis,-i4ioxtJoz. '
Copper PaInt'(Tarr &l Wonsla's) '
Whalo Boats, BoatStoeks,
Gal. Boat,"Nalls, all kinds and sizes,
And 1001 other things too numerous
to mention AU0, agents for '
TO lV raiiiuKMlcrj
Biund & Plcrio's Bpu.b Gung and
Bomb Lances, 'ic.&c' T''rr
All of which we wi'l sail at the
Lowest Bat s
8fl0 ly A. W. iPelrcc A Co.
Not as yet generally known;,
TUB Public throughout Honolulu may
uot know that the premises recently
occupied by W. B. Herrick, at No. 110
Fort Street, opposite tho Pantheon Sta
bles, is now Known as tnc
" City Slioeing: Shop." y
This new Establihhmcnt. will be a
source of giutllicatlonloourconiniunity,,
inatmucu as cruet auu lonuroussnociug
has licrotofpro been to laicejy practiced
on man's nobc'st.,unlmal by so called
Edward Doyle, tho well known ex.
pvrjenced and skilful Horse Shocr, is.
manager of this shop, which is a rccom
inundation in' itself, and with the practi.
cal (issistmiL'o' o( Audrcw Brown, tho
tlooiman, ourcltUcns may fully rely on
th61r merits as master jnpchnnles.
It would well repay our citlcns'to
visit and oxamiqu Soaking. Stalls und
Foot Tub arranged and built expresnly
for operating on wounded and disabled
horses, which no other shop in this
Kingdom has adbptcd. ' ' "
r 8. I, BHAW,
Proprietpr " City Shoeing Shop."
388 tf tiOFortsfrcQU
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Send for full lllustiatcd catalougc
1 npf nft yiA
A nmv liit a rvf Pllt n ii A a,
.L.UU1T JllliO UJ. VJ.liiVXAVyX, IWTTU, ...fl
r -"iiOultivatbi-s, Globular Stx-eet Lamps,
' ' . Kerosene and Lubribatlng Oils, ic.', &c. ' ' ,
.The.Maa'iiesoiCalcite Fire Proof Safes.
Now aud Staple Goods fioniiAmcrica and England.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
TO A ft 1 rn-niA Dltftlf AW TwiMlATTMAn A fVAllf f 1 T A flAtlAVnl
fAOil& OJOM4tf7 9AMA3X9 JLilXXUXU V
Office, 27 Mcichaut street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The onlyircepgnizcd Real Estate Bioker in the Kingdom. ''
Land nnd property for'sale in all parts of 'Honolulu and the various Islands.- n
House's td lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. , fni
Booms to lent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. V . .',
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description;
drawn. Agent for Vickpry's Monthly Fireslde'Magazlneand Visitor, with '
ttSTChargcs always Inodcrate.iJft, j, tffT(elephone 2o. 178.' v
' YOU P-AJN" BXJ.Y- '" '. '
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES,.
25 per cent Cheaper at
PAfcMft &k THACHER'S
, , IVev Iiugr Store, ''
THAN' ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN; " i . ' ' ',
3431111 as-. IP YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY JT.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale the Cargoes of the ships '
"Aheraman" tmd "Janet Cottrt,"
Recentlyarrivedfro.n Glasgow and Liverpool, respectively. Also,ito arrivo,
' . the Cargoes of tho
British Steamship . Ahergeldie,"
From London, now due; the British ship ",Shandon," from Glnsgow, due .Ti'ily.lBt;
and'tho British bark " Islo of Anglcsca," from Liverpool, due Aug. 1,
Comprising one of .the largest and finest selection of goodB
and Mcrchn'ndibc ever imporiedto Honolulu, and which will be olTcredtto
tho trade, town and loan try housekeepers, and buyers igcncralljvat ex
ccptiondlly favorable termsJ-'M' ,.
At our Show Rooms, upstairs,
Saddle. Bridles, Harness.ond Whips.
Rolls Euclish Belting, 8, 4, 0, 8 and 10 inches.
glials, uest biigiiii Anneiiiea auu ualvauizea Fence wire, Nog. 4,
Cases, Smith & McLean's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated1 Iron,
nere, b. 7. a ana u root jenctus Mi iraucre. Attention of
tide is called to this particular jjrand, which never, warps, cracks, orcpecls off,
from tho action of sun.-aml-atm'osnherc. ' II" J - 'ur& ;3-w
Casks. Best EnglishPortland, German and iRosendale. Cement. '
Bales blue'ttripo, twilled and plain Sugar Bags, 500 to a Bale; the genuine article.
Bales keavy.twilled Coal flags, best Scotch-make, Bales 8,4 and.G-ply. . .
'Seaming aud Roping T.wlno., ' " ' ' "l,a"
Scotch Fire Bilck, siruarc and arch. Fire Clay;" ' " f t . . ,t
.1 700 T-dnH'BeciL Seotcli SpliuL Cqal,'1'' .
Tl-obQjapcnjQsteconoiii cal. fp Plantations. Steamers general use,' is clear
and lumpy, conscqdcntly,no Wastof glve very little smoke and soqt,, burns iwell
away and doqs.uot cjlnker aud Imrn uuA grate-bars; and produces 25 per cent, more
steam thanny other, Bituminous Coal.
'-150 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially ndiipted.for ranges and cooking stoves.), i
A small lot of Anvils and,yiees, for blacksmiths use. r , ,
Bar Iron, a goqd;assoitmenjt; also Bars Steel.
Best Wool Burlaps. 42-inch. in 40-vurd nlecos. ' ' '
4,r9V1ab,ABWKd,Glass)varp; comprising Gluu sDisho8,f Bawls, .Goblets.
Tumbleis, faherrles, Hocks, Ports, ClaretsChampagnes 'Decanters, Dishes, Lamps
nnd ntlnr urticlcH rnniilrml liv liniikukinnw. ' ,t
A full assortment of Granlto-waro comprising Dlnnor-scts Ewers and Basins,
wis, Dishes, Cup and Sauceis, Plates und many other articles in'thls line. ' '
1 A . '' . J ,....,',, .VJ.
' ATEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cottage style, from the leading Berlin makers, which will bo offered on vory
favorable terms. Au inspection and trial pf theso attractive Pianos is invited.
Three Casus of an ojpeel il nUkoiof'Stocks and Dies, tho most complete IthinL'
of tho kind for plantation use. 'v "in.-r.x at. .'i !..b
Belt.lacings, Galvanised Buckets, 10, 12, und 14-iuch. Nests Galvanized Tubs. '
Galvanized Piping. t (
Tlx tinest brands of Ales,"Wlncs and Spirits in usuYl Cvariery. Also the f bllawlng
ui l i i
Of MirrlecvWatsoo & Co.'s uncc-uallod mnko, tho suporlorityf which is aoknow. x
edged by aU Hawaiian Planters; undt Mariufaoturors in Cuba, Brazil, Manila,- J
Queensland, l'iji and. other sugar.produclugcountrif8,J,throughoHt tho world.
Steam Clariflcrs, Sugar MJIls.Englnjs, "" -iJ'''
CcntrJfUgalsyacuuni Puns'umps, '
Iron Ohlmneys,Tanks, Boilers,1 etc.; etc. ' '
Portable Tramway aud Cano Cars, Lpcomotivcs, Rails. " '
The cargo of thq steamship Abrgeldlo was selected with great care" by our
London .Agent, .under thodiroct supervision of amejiiber of our.firm. and 'conslsta1'
?.f ." bl:?a-u','l?,D? a' "otJHtP. Imported Ji-prp, , Clrculara giving fu' , 4' .
I list and description of Goods will: be'.scnt to our customers heads of familfes 'and' " ' V V ,
tUQ ladle'j of Honolulu. ' " nsn"-'1"" ,? '
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'in the World.
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consumers of thla nr.
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