Newspaper Page Text
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1883.'
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
f Kegujar Cash Sale, nt Sales Room
of Lyons & .Levey nt 10 a. in. Also
at 12 o'clock tJiuWwritci-s' Sale.
fleeting 'Uoa'il of Trustees, L. and
K. K. A. at 7:30
Social at Bethel at 7:30.
Guild of St Audi civ, Cathedral
Close, at 7:30.
1783 YE AUNOIENTES 1883.
The benefit tendered by the Ladies
of Honolulu to the Athletic Associ
ation came off on Tuesday evening
iu the Gymnasium. The place was
crowded up to the limits of stand
ing room. The proceedings opendd
by "Trial by Jut y" Lancers played
by Messrs. Merger and Yuindlcy on
piano and violin. Then Mr. Yurnd
lu3' played Ernst's Elegie as as vio
lin solo accompanied by Mr. Hcrgei.
Miss C. Castle .then played Thal
berg's Home, Sweet Home, and
was enthusiastically applauded.
Then Mrs. E. 1. Adams stepped on
the rostrum and lead Longfellow's
Hanging of the Ciane. Notwith
standing the poor acoustic pi opct ties
of the building Mru. Adams could
be heard well and distinctly all over
the place, excepting when thought
less persons would walk up or dow n
stairs to get a better view. After
each section of the poem was read
the curtains wci e drawn and atableifii
vivant portraying the scene just
described was seen on the improvis
ed stage. The fiist scene lcpiesent
ed the Hanging of the Crane that is
the setting up of the -new married
couple in their own house, all the
friends and relations present and
drinking .happiness and long life to
them. Next followed the minuet
danced on the occasion. Miss J
Parko acted as accompanyist and
the following young ladies ancVgcu
tlemcn performed the figures : Miss
Severance and Mr. J. Dowsctt, Miss
B. Parke and Mr. E. It. Adams,
Miss D. Dow-sett and' Mr. II. "Whit
ney, Miss Adams and Mr. O. White.
After sceiug the minuet danced
most people agreed that as a specta
cle it was beautiful still, in our
energetic and rapid modern life it
would never become popular. The
dancing was excellent and must
have taken much practice, as
. all wete, perfect in every movement
aud gesture. The fair imtructrice
must feci proud of her pupils. Then
followed iu rapid succession the
newly bride aud bridegroom alone,
happy in each other, then with the
first baby, '' King of all he sur
vey'd." Then the nurse carrying
him to bed aud then rocking him in
the cradle while Miss lVrko sung a
lullaby. Then the gradual increase
of the family and their growth into
young men rind w;omen were pictur
ed in successive" tableaux. Then the
couple, now grown old and their fam
ily, marpd(and ,a)vay, were seen en
joying cacuTotJicr,,'s society onco
Jnofer'nrtfo&l! snc of 'all-thc
Golden Wedding with all their child
ren and grandchildren grouped
around. ' Throughout the postering
arid'grouping were indicative of cul
tured taste and long - practice, and
the result must have been highly
satisfactory to tbc projectors, the
- applause being' frequent and bnstaiu
cd. The whole affair was highly
Tho grots receipts from -the. Ath
letic A&sociation Benefit were over
ggOO. Tho costumes worn, were,
much admiicd for iJielr artistic fidel
ity to the time representeu- a cen
tury ago. And not a few rcmaikcrl
' that the present generation seemed
to have in no way degenerated, for"
they looked W well, If not better, in
those costumes, as the pictures of
their ancestors showed them to have
looked. The grouping of tho young
children was much admiicd, and tho
charVwg courage pt ' the little boy
who had charge of the dog was
greatly applauded. It would be a
- good thing for, the Jadies and gen
tlemen who arranged tho tableaux
on Tuesday evening to liiic tho
Music Hall and ,repeat the perform
ance us a mutiiiec.
After tho chairs were cleared away
au inforuiul daucing-purty was Kept
up till about 11:30. Upstaiis Ice
eieam and refreshments were sold
for the bencilt of the association.
Altogether about 350 people wore
Saturday, Apiil 28 Kilcona, as
sault and battel v on Kahuna, fined
10 and 83.70 costs.
Monday, Apiil 30 J. Morris, M.
McTavisli and Lamaaui, drunks,
foifcitcd bail SO raeh. Charley ahd
Bill, diunks, lined 810 and 1 costs
each. Leo Long, violating Fire
Regulations, remanded to May 1st.
Wong Yuen and Chan Ting, same
charge, lined L anil &u cosis cacn,
aud given 24 hours to make such al
terations as the Flic Marshal dhects.
Wong Man, same chaigc, nol. pros.
Ah Hee, remanded fiom the 27th,
lemandcd to May 1 till. Fok Sing,
assault and battery, remanded to
May 1st. K. Grieve and A. T. At
kinson, libel in the 2nd degree, de
fendants remanded to May 2nd, for
Court take the matter into consider
ation; (defendants' counsel had
moved to dismiss tho suit.)
Tuesday, May 1 J. Kenny, A.
Nelson, Kaimi and Haia, drunks,
foif cited SG bail each. Mailoa,
drunk, lined $" and 81, costs. Wong
Kai and Koolau, affray; Wong Kai
was lined 8f and SI costs, Koolau
foifeitcd 810 bail. Lee Long, 10
niaudcd from April 30th, forfeited
bail S27. Fok Sing, remanded from
Apiil 30th, fined 810 and $1.30
costs. M. Gcrstlcy, violating E
piess Regulation 2j, remanded to
May 2nd. Kakahika, giving liquor
to prisoners, fined 820 and 83.10
costs. Kclikona, same charge, re
manded to the 2nd.
. civil cAi.r.ximt.
Monday, April 30 W. Brown vs.
B. Tcnorio, continued from the 23d ;
judgment for'plaintiff for $45 at
torney 4.50, costs 85.10; appeal
noted to the Intermediary Court.
W. Fennell vs. T. B. Murray, con
tinued from the 2Gth; judgment for
plaintiff for 829, attorney 82.90,
costs $0.93. S. Hookaea and A.
Silva vs. Kamaueo, continued -from
the 2Gth; judgment for plaintiffs,
damages 82, costs 83.25. Malic
lona and Lokana vs. Kikana, Akco,
et al, continued from the 25th, con
tinued by consent to May 3rd. Kuai
vs. S. II. Mcekapu, action to re
cover a coat; judgment for plaintiff
for coat and costs 83.55; appeal
noted to the Intermediary Court.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 3,9C0 bags sugar;
The tern Eva tooK 7,129 bags sugar.
'LOOAi Sc GENERAL ITEMS.
Eiohty.okk Gciman immigrants wcie
sent to the Quarantine Station yesterday.
The concert fpr the 'benefit of the
Hooulii L.ihul ieali.cd Ja01. SO after all
expenses wcie paid. .
0.k of the 'nocl sights of the town
lately is a Gciman policeman in uni
form, who came in charge of the Ger
To-day Is Ascension Day and sen ices
will be held at St. Andiew's Cathedral
as on Sunday's with the exception of
the evening bcrvlec.
Who is not going on the Toklo? That
it, the quctiqu immy. Nearly everybody
who can get away seems to be going iu
1'kf.vious to tho departure of the Li
kellko a Aula was danced on the wlmif
When will this thing be either legalised
or stopped? . . -
A number of Chinese were proceeded
against jesterday at the Police Court
for violations of the Fire Regulations.
All wcie remanded to the 5th iii3t.
Thi! TeaebciV Association meet to
morrow afternoon at Foit Street School
atuquaitor p.it two. Mr. Atkinson
will give a lesson on Hawaiian Gcogra-
lx the cao of Messrs. Grleo and At
kinson jesterday at thu l'ollco Couit
Tiulgo nickerton overruled tlio motion
to disiiiUs the case and committed
them for trial to tho Supremo Court.
Notice of appeal to the Intcimedlary
Cout was given.
It appear,that Post Ofllce 01 dcrs have
been issued " lvo olllces only so'far.
The reason is that the printer Intiuetcd
with tho in luting necessary could not
get Eiitlleicnt completed lii tii.'ie to
supply all tho offices intended to use tho
system. Many orders had to bo lefused
at tho Post ofllce on Tuesday for that
Wiikn the Makco moved off from the
wharf oil Tuesday afternoon taking with
her a number of German bnmlgr.iuts, a
JIayallau "very generously threw his
basket of oranges on board to them.
They were eagerly and thankfully seUed,
A passenger notlglng tho geuerous net
determined that tho ualh o should loso
nothing by it, and tlucw liliu boino
uiouey to pay for 11.
. .Afe.WiUti ' rft -
Wi: would ak our leaders who like to
sec a neatly kept and brilliant establish
ment to Mcp Into Palmer ifc Timelier'
onFoitsticct. They w ill Hud, too, not
only the bet of medicine" but the finest
of toilet appmtunnncco, and while ex
amining thuvo can lu loficshcd with an
excellent ghss of -oil a.
Wr.lenin that Mr. W. C. Akana has
lcdgncd from Hie Police force. Ills,
reasons 111c, we he.ir, that his former
superiors wcie le.uly enough to try him,
on ch.ngos of hi lbei y but when they
found he was not guilty they weie not
o quick at defending Ills ir-putnlioli.
Aklona Is to reign hoitly.
Wr. have iccelved a copy of the list of
Hawaiian Slock Quotations for the
month of April, prepared by W. O'
Smith & Co., stork-brokcio. Wc notice
sales of Kolinla at JS5, Walluku nt
iOOO, East Maul at $300, P.uikaa Sugar
Co. at $10, ltcclpioclty Sugar Co. at
$100, and Inter-islnnd Steam Nalgatton
Co. at "J125. Thq di hlcnds paid during
the month ninouut to $."i8,100.
As the soldiers weio marching down
Fort street on Tuesday afternoon a fun
cr.il was approaching along King street.
The luncial 1 cached, the coiner llrst, and
by all rules of decency nmldecoium and
the tegular custom of the mad should
lime li:en allowed precedence. Hut
oidcis wcie given to have it stooped,
and the military m itched bv, the Band,
nccr even slopping its music out of res
pect foi the dead.
-. ' ' --?,
Yksti.hu vy woul e.itne from Koolau
ot .t distui b.ince at Hccia Plantation.
The stoiy, as written to a friend, is this:
The Chinese laboiers stiuck for higher
w ages. The manager discharged them,
(about 100 in all.) They hung lound the
mill, and he oidcicd the natives to drive
them away. In the light which ensued
two ChinnniLii were in lured, but not se
riously, in the face. The natives arc to
be ariestcd and the case will come up
for trial to'day.
From Our Own Coricsiiontlcnl.
The schr.Annn, Capt. McCnlloch,
sailed April 30th for San Fraucisco,
with G201 bags of sugar, weighing
74-1,904 lbs., valued at 848,140, and
the following passengers: Mrs. K.
H. l'latc and 3 children, Mrs. C. II.
Wallace, A. A. Courtney, wife and
child, II. McCarthy, G. Hargraves
and wife,1 aud W. Marshall.
The schr Ida Schnauer, Capt.
Robertson, arrived April 30th from
San Francisco, with a general cargo.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
TMs Day, Thursday,
May 8rd, at 10 a. m. at Sales Room,
Regular Cash Sale
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Underwear, Crockery, Furniture,
Chinese Matting, &c.
Also'' Sucks of Potatoes, and
Gold and Silver Watches.
Lions & Levky, Auctioneers.
This Day, Thursday,
May 3rd, at 12 noon, at Sales Room.
For sale on account of whom it may
350 Bndls PHuting Paper,
marked GWM&Co. damaged bv sea
water, ex bktnc Elinor Vernon from
New York. '
Lyons & Luvuy, Auctioneer-.
A SPECIAL MEETING of the Bourd
of Trustees of the Quccn',8 Hospi
tal will bo held at the, Room ofs the
Chamber of Commerce, on FRIDAY,
May 4th, at 11 a! in. Per order,
Ml 2tn F. A. SOHAEFER, Sec'y.
2 VERY NEATLY FURNISHED
ROOMS.Jn tho fruiete?t pa.it.of tho
city- Apply at' .' -
1 lu No. 12 KUKUI ST.
FOR SALE A good
Saddle HORSE, Pi ice,
'SIOO. Annly to W. G.
! Necdham, No 20 School
"""Slrtct, 3!1 lv
Not as yet generally known.
rpiIE Public thioughoutHo. Dlulumay
JL not know that the piemises recently
occupied by W. E. Herrlck, at No. 110
Fort Street, opposite tho Pantheon Sta.
Dies, is now known as thu
" City Shoeing Shop."
This new Establishment, will be a
sourceof gratification to our community,
inasmuch as cruel and toituiotis shooing
lias hcictofoie been to hugely practiced
on man's noblest animal by so called
EdwaTil ijC,yl2; Iho well knqwp cv
perienced aud sklllui ASM kocr
manager of this bliop, which is a rCC'C'.111,
mcudatiou in itself, and with the practi
cal assistance of Andrew Hrown, tho
Iloormaii, ourcltieiiH may fnlly rely on
their merits as master mechanic.
Il would well itumy our citiens lo
visit and examine Soaking Stalls and
Foot Tub unauged and built expioaly
for operating on wounded mid dUablcd
horses which no other shop iu this
Kingdom has adopted.
B. I. SHAW,
Proprietor " City Shoelug Shop."
3$8lf . 110 Fort Stretl.
fi, Jjjirtm'- -uto.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
A Fine Assortment
' For Sale Very I..01V.
Send for full illustrated cttalougo
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows, -
' Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kcioscnc and Lubribating Oil", &c., &c.
The Magnoso-Qalcite Fire Proof Safes.,
Now and Staple Goods from America and England.
JOSEPH E. WBSEMAftJ,
. Heal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllee, 27 Mcichaut bticet, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property fors-alc in all parts of Honolulu and the various IslandB.
Houses to lease and rent 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' for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per jctr. Agent for the Best Life '
Insurance Company in tho World.
' JgT"Charges always moderate. S"Tclcphone No. 172.
YOU CLAJV- BTJY '
MEDiClNES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHER'S
. IVe-ve Ing- Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lm VST IF Y0TJ DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale tlic Cargoes of the fahips "
" Abcranian " and " Janet Court,"
Recently arrived from Glasgow and Liverpool, respectively. Also, to arrive,
the Cargoes of tho , ,, ,
British Steamship " Abergelclie,"
Fiom London, now due; the Biitish slup " Shandou," from Glasgow, due .Tuly 1st;
and tho Britisli bark 1( Isle of A"glesca," from Livci pool, tluc Aug. 1,
Comprising one of he largest and finest selection ofgoods
and Merchandise ever imported to Honolulu, and which will be offered to
tho tiadc, town and country housekeepers, and buyers generally, at ex
ceptionally favorable tcims.
Dry .Goods, now on exhibition, . . ,
At our j Show Rooms, upstair?. " "
SiMldltiM, Bridle, lfarncHH nml Wliipw. .-;
Rolls Euclish Bcltintr, fi, 4, 0, 8 and 10 inches.
Bdls. Best English Annealed and Galvanized Fcnco Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and 0. , .,
Cases, Smith & McLcau's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best imported
hcre,'(i, 7, 8 and U feet lengths 21 gauge. Attention of consumers of this ar
ticle is called to this particular brand, which never waips, cracks, or peels off,
from the action of sun, and atmosphere. . ,. ', .
Casks, Best English, Portland, Gciman mid lto.'cnlale Cement.
Bales blue stripe, twilled and plain Sugar Bags, 5 JO to a Bale; the genuine article.
Bales heavy twilled Goal liags, best Scotch
KinimtntT nnrl llm-imcr Twinp.
MM. ?, .... ...... .,a .....v.
Scotch Fire Brick, square and arch. Firo
.. iilTOO TonH Bc?Ht Seoteli Spliut Coal,
Tlio best and most cconom cal for Plantation-. Steamers general use, la. clear
and lumpy, consequently, no wntej 'gives very .li)tio j-moke ami soot, burns well
away and doei not clinker and burn up grate-bars; arid produces 25 per cent, more
steam than any oticr Bituminous Coal. 1 1
1C0 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adapted for ranges and cooking stoves.
A sniajl Jot of Anvils and Vices, for
Bar Iron a good assortment; also Bins
Best Wool Burlaps, 42 inch, in 40-ya
A few casks Assoited Glasswaie cninprixlne: G lass t Wishes. Bowls. Goblets.
Tumblers, Sherries Hocks, Ports, Claietb, Champagnes, Decanters, Dishes, Lamps
and other articles requiicd by housckeepcis. 'i
A full assortment of Granite-ware comprising Dinner-sets Ewers and Baslus,
Bowls, Dishes, Cup and Saucers, Plates and many other articles in tills lino.t ui
A FEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cottage style, fiom tho leading Berlin makers, which will bo offered on very
favoiable terms. An Inspection aud tilul of these attractive Pianos is invited.
Thieo Cases of au eiposlal mako'of Stocks and Dies, thq most complete .tiling
of thu kind tor plantation use. v . t
Belt-lacings, Galvanized Buckets, 10, 12, and 14-inch. Nests Galvanized Tubs.
TLo finest brands of Alc, Wines nnd Spirits in usual variety. Ahio fbp following
SUGAR XVCIIINErtY, " , ,
Of Miulees, Watson Ss Co.'s uneciualled make, the superiority of which is acknow
Icdgedbyall Hawaiian Plantcis; and Manufacturers in Cuba, Brazil; Manilu,
Queensland, FIJI and other Biigar-producing' countiles, throughout tho world.,
Steanl Olariflers, Sugar Mills, Engines,
Centrifugals, Vacuum Paus, Pumps,
Iron Chimnoys", Tanks, Bollcis, etc,,'cic. '
Portable Tramway and Cane Cars, Locomotives, Rails,
Thocuriroof tho stcinifihin Abcrceldio was Bclccted with creat care bv our
Loudon Agent, under the direct supervision of a mombcr of our linn, aud counlfcts
of itMcaulltul Hue ot uoous, not uiiueiio
list and dciciiiition'of Goods will' be sent
lliu jadics 01 tionoiuiu. 1""
make, Bales 3, 4 aud 0-ply.
Clay. ' 1 1 1
imporieu ncrc, uirouiars giving a iuu
to our customers, heads of families. and