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FRIDAY MAY -I, 1883.
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This day's Doings.
Lumber drays, it'c, at auction by
Mr. Adams, at 10 o'clock.
Meeting Hoard of Trusteed Queens
Hospital at 11 .o'clock.
Afternoon ' '
Teachers' Association, at Foil St.
School at 2:15.
Ladies"-Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, at 15 o'clock.
Imp. Order of lied "Men, at'7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7:30.
MusicalSociety, Practice, 7 : JO.
Sound at Miss Breeze's, at 7:30.
Special Meeting 'Boys' Reading
Room Association, at 7:30.
Polynesia Encampment, ,at 7 :30. t
.Meeting, L. audit. K. .A. '7 :'30. '
THE S. S. ABERGELDtE
Captain A. B. "Watson, arrived in
port yesterday. She has stlso
had measles on board. She was
promptly quarantined. Slic came in
dressed in flags from stem to stern,
and her decks a living mass. She
has on board Vi immigrants men,
women and children. During the
voyage there have been 15, deaths of
children (but no adults) from diaf
rhcua and broncho-pneumonia ; and
10 births. There have been 140
cases of measles' during the voyage,
but no deaths have resulted. The
last case wis on the 22ud April, but
has now recovered.
She is 24 daysYrdm Coronel, Chile,
and G2 days from St. Michaels. Shof
is -hi much cleaner conditidn than
the Elircnfels.. She came, inside the
bell-buoy without the Port lPhysi-!
cian's permission, and had to go
back. She is a very large vessel,
drawing 23 feet of water.
Police court. 4
Wednesday, May 2 R. Grieve
and A. T. Atkinson, remanded from
30th. The Court overruled the
motion to dismiss. . Defendants say
they have no defence to put in.
Defendants committed for trial to
the Supremo Court. Appeal noted
t.f,' Tntnrmpili'irv Court. Wclouia
and Knlawcla, (w) adultery, 'Wc'lo-''
ula, fined 30 and 1 costs, l.aia
wela, lined 815 and SI costs.
Kmeloa, drunk, forfeited SG bail. F.,
Lord, drunk, 3rd offence in'2 weeks,'
found guilty, and remanded to 3rd.
Uiltima and Pilipo, affray, Pilipo,
forfeited $10 bail. Uilama, fined S3
and 81.10 costs. Kelikima, rcmaded
from "1st, 've-remanded to 3rd. M.
Gcrstlcy, remanded from 1st, dc-'
feudant reprimanded and allowed to
go on payment of costs 83.10.
Long Wo, 'violating fire regulations
remanded to 5th. (In all the other
cases by request of defendants
counsel the samecourso was follow-
Thursday, "May 3 Kchci, diunk,
forfeited SO bail. F. Lord, remanded
from 2nd, fine $12 and 1.30 costs.
Knuhana, assault and battery on
Ka'uluk'oii on board' Iwalani, re
manded to 4th, for medical examina
tion's. Kcolai, furnishing prisoners
with liquor, lined $20 and $3 costs.
KclekomareniandeTdilfortf 2nd nol.
Thursday, May 3 S." Mahelona
andLokanav8.ii.ikana, Akco, et rl.
coutinued from 30 April, plaintiffs
iiovv-suittcd costs $550 C. Stillwtell
vs.Keamnlu.' notion of rcplevinfor
Be'wing machine and bedstead, jmlg
ment.for defendant costs $3.80, (J.
L.-Rosenberg vs. E. Dells, if or $34,
K. Delix vs. G. II. Green, for S32,(55
S. J. Leyey &' 'Co, ' vs. same i or
$52.04, J. L. Rosenborg vs. samo
for $28, J. S. McGrcw vs. same for
$22.50, S. Nottvs. some for $11.91).
All tho above actions of assumpsit
weio" settled out of Court costs $3
in each case)
Eoi- tlie mouth endipg April 30tb,
1883. Ages Under 1, 11; 1 to 0.
0: 5 tolO, 1 ; 10 to 20, G; 20 to 30,
3 ; 30 to 40; 11 ; 40 to 50, 8 ; 50 to
GO, 4; GO to 70, 3; over 70, 7;
Total GO. Of whom 22 were un
attended. - ''' "
Causes 'of death. Accident ,
Childbirth 1, Consumption 14, Con
vulsions 8, Debility 2, Dysentery 1,
Dropsy 4, Disease of Heart 1, Dis
ease of Lungs 2, Exhaustion 3,
Fevjsraj p."osy. B, 'Op)un 1, Old
.Ago 7, Paralysis 2, Syphilis 1, Un
known 5. ' '
Comparative monthly mortality.
A'pritf 1878', 67 "dcnllis ; April,
1S7. !5i Anril. 1880, G2 : April,
1881, 128; April, 1882, 47; April,
J. II. BllOWK.
Agent hoard of Health. (
SHIPPING Noteb.' ,
C. R. Bishop 8,:MJ8 bugs sugar.
Schr Kinmn 1,200 bags sugar.
"The HtmrKlnonfcla vwli hauled inlo
Foster & Co's whaif ycstcidny nioiaing
TtMllsolmrgo her cargo." "' " " ' ' "'
The lurk 11. W. Aliny tool; 1000 hugs
rice, weighing 100,000 lbs ntfil 0l53 bags
wgnr, weighing 087,101 lbs. Total vnl.
Schr Nettle Mei rill 1,900 bugs of sugar
and 10 lnrrcls niol.vscs.
S hi" Kuala !)10 lug Migur.
Schr M uiuokiwni GOO bugs sugar
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LodAIj fc UENEP.Ali ITEMS. '
We hear that there-is a large quantity
of silvctfln tuo Troasifrybut little or no
r i i I
Mr.ssit. w. O.; Smith & Co., stock-
brokcis, report sales of $7600 of Onomca
bonds at pur and 2 shares Koloa Sugar
Go's stock, terms private.
. . ..,.,.
A ohkat convenience to those attend
ing the ball on AYcdnesday night was
the placing of four lorch.lights so as to
affoul a good light for the di Ivors of
carriages to sec what they were about.
The Innovation, deserves a repetition.
Tiitf'poliec i'aic ccrtidnly active' in
catching stray horses', but one on Wed.
nesday night 'disturbed the residents of
the lower 'part o'f Nuifilnu street, by
prancing up 'and down the greater part
of the night.
Tin: Gaxclic says "The unfluislied
condition in which the back wall of the
Palace has been left causes people to
wonder if it is to remain so." We uu
dei stand thnt as soon us the Ministry
can find another $3,000 it will be finish
ed, or as far asjhat sum w ill go towards
Tun Hall given by the Captain and
ofilrers of the Nayczdnik on Wednesday
night was a very plea-ant affair." Tlie
decorations were the be.sfpretticst and
most tasteful we have seen in Honolulu.
Ecrybody enjoyed themselves thor
oughly. The 'Nayczduilt leaves on
Saturday we hear. t
Our daily eontompotaiy accuses us of
modesty, as if it were a crime to be mo
dest. We plead guilty to' the charge,
because we think it is an houorablo
quality in any man, and will serve moie
especially to distinguish us from him
self, as no one in full possession of their
senses could ever accuse him of being
Yi:stehday, at the Police Court, one
K-iuhana vas brpught up for assault
and, battery on one Kaulukou. liotk'
woic woiking on tho Iwalani, and on
Friday last a bout was to be lowered
and KauIukou',didn'l come along quick
ciiojugh, and Kuuhuna hurried him up
with a -mull lope. In striking him thci
end of the lope must have conic round
his head and struck his eye, for his eye
is -o seiiously injured that Dr. Trous
seau is of opinion he muv lose tho sight
The "poetical reviewer and mai lucre
portei" of the P.C.A. docs not under
stand what "tone painting" R Pcihaps
s-ome musician will have the kindnecs'to
inform him that a musical cnmposii
tion is now looked upon as capable of
being compaied with a picture, and that
as the ai list in tho one branch adds to
the whole effect by pultihg m colors and
combinations of colois, so the nrUstin
the other adds to the whole effect by
putting tones and combinations of tones.
But weiforgivc him for his ignorauco of
nnythinc modern, as he has apparently
had no 'opportunity of ever knowing
Ykhtkiway's P.C.A, contains tho fol
lowing: "In repji' U the.(iuetioh of p,f
correspondent, air Play, whose com.
muuicutiou njfpealcd' ,in yesteidny's
daily, wo.aio authorized to bay' that Drt
Fitch docs not care to notice the bosh
of A. C. A., for the simple reason that it
is nothing but a sneer which any dunce
could utter," The, language used -s
stiong, hut What the publio want to
know is, who authorized it V Dr. Fitch
went to Molokai on April !10th, and ho
lias uotyt't returned, and the loiter sicn
ed KnlrvPlayftppcntcd on 3tny Und. TJic
niajjcr eerlu'inly needs explanation.
iFoii" two or three days tbid wcck'au
ancient and fishy smell pervaded the
Government Buildings. At last it was
discovered that some big ilsh being pre.
served in alcohol gave foith tho odor.
They were promptly removed from tho
building into the Tax Collector's ofUccs.
He, hdwove'r, objectpd 'strongly and
Xvhcro thcynio now nobody but tho
Foreign Office knows, It appeals that
theso nio intended to form part of tho
Huwiiiion exhibit, now bolng prepared
under the diicctiou of tho F..O. for. tho
International Fisheries Exhibition. All
kinds of fishing apparatus, &c, will bo
sent, as well as specimens of fish, and
we believe Mrs. Becklcy is preparing a
detailed account of thoH various articles
iibed u'nd'tlie dlll'ercnt inethod of flrfhlng
practice. i uv ti- H'
Tun meeting to make arrangements
for the usual races on Kauieliiuuchu Day
on "Wednesday evening , foil through
owing to tho Ball being on tho same
evening. Tho 11th of Juuo Is fast ap.
ftrbachfiig aii'l If anythlu&'Ts to lie done
It Jriiifct be done speedily, Race hordes
cannot hi got ready In a day or" a week.
ifFfuct.to'o latieh time has aheady been
allowed to slip past without doing any
tliltuj. weave 'surplscrP that iho'-Park
directorate li.iou't done something In
'the lhnttcr. 'iG0O ts nhva'dy'artillnbliJ
bliing the balance fioin last year mid
92,000 inure would only requite to bo
collected. It seems to us that, een
though racing may not be looked upon
byjAill H ll' Bd practice, u great
national event having the sanction of
Ions year? to uphold It should not bo.
allowed to go by default in this way.
Ifo-acing Is to bo suppressed because it
Is bad suppress it, if UK not ba'd, uphold
it, hut do not allow It to die of inani
tion simply from jealousy or- other
cause (Aj meeting Is now called (fur
SnturdaV'cvcnlng. 'Let cVicfy' one in
tcreled"bc picont at ":!10 shaipatthe
Editor Hrjrii.KTiN :,-'.' Honokaa
folks think, so the Gazette says,
that there is need of .tome work to
be done on their, road8t. This may
be true, but if Madame Rumor can
bo tr.ustcd there has been more
money expended on roads and
bridges in the last seven months
thniij ftho, .whole of the forme'- two
years. Tlierc arc sonic ugly stories
going the rounds about roads and
bridges, all of which will be out in
full by-and-bye. S.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
At Sales Room, Heaver Block,
ON SATURDAY; MAY 5,
At 10 o'fciock n.'ml,
Tho undersigned have received instruc
tions from Mtssis. Lench.m & Wninam,
Assignees in the Estate of Ching Hin
ChOiiL', Watchmaker and Jeweler, to sell
at public auction at our Sales Room, oil
Satuulay, May 5th, nt 10 a'.'ni.', - '
The whole of the Stock in Trade
Fni'ititni-e, &c, &..,
belonging to the said estate, for the
benefit oi whom it ina' concern, consist
ing of ' "J ' " " J
Gold and1 Silver Walclies.
1 and 8-day Clocks, Rings Studs, I
llrooches, Bracelets, Chains, y
Watchmakers' Tools and Matcrials;
Show Case's, Safe, Purnituie,
Cooking UteMsils, &c.,'iic.
Lyons &!Li:vky, Auctionefcrs.j
11th of June Races.
AJIEETINGf will be held nt the
Ilawaiiaii Hotel, on
3Iay 5th, att7 o'cloek'shnrp, when a
Commita'c of .jYrrangemcnts will lie
sclcctcdlo carry, out the" programme for
the Races to take place on Kumehumeha
Day. A-l gentlemen interested will, be
in attendance. .,
9'2 2t- v PER ORDER.
MERCIIAKTS who desire to, have
their, advertisements, ia, tlie New
Telephone Card will address ;br apply
immediately' to life uhdcrigned. Only
a few spaces left.-
J. E. WISEMAN,
392 lw General Busincis Agent,
HAS REMOVED his Office and Rcsi.
Cor. of Jtlclinrdx and Itei'ctaula StH.
OKKiqn IIouns-r-8 to 10 a.m.j ;,t 8
351 p.m.: C;30 to 7:110 p.m 3ni
&, A. BAWSON, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician, & Surgeon
Ofllce and residence Fort Street. First
door makai of Chinese Church. '089'ly.
T TONOLUlllJ- AT-HLETlb' w . ASSoT
JLX ChVTipX.5 Tpeie will- bo a
Quarterly Geneail Electing of the nbovo
Association at tint Gymnasium on Friday
evening, IMay -1th 188SJ. at 8 o'clock.
889 4t. J. S. WEBB, Seco.
A SPECIAL Z BETING bf tho Board
of Trustees of the Queen's Hcpi.
till will ho hold" at the Room of tho
Chamber of Commerce, on FRIDAY,
May 4th, at 11 a. in. Per order,
atiriit F. A. SOHAEFER. Bcc'v.
INSTRUCTIONS 'In Gymnastics will
he given to Ladies and Childicn
3Ev;r.y Saiiii'duy Jfoi'iiing-
From 9 to 11 o'clock:
in addition to the
Si B. DOLE,
President Athletic Association
C) VERY NEATLY' FURNISHED
Jj ROOMS, lu the quletcat part'of tho
city. Apply at
801 lw No. 13 K13KUI ST.
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... j Notice-
NEITIIEH tho Caiilaln nor tho
Agents of tho BiHIbIi Bark
will-'ho 'responsible 'fdr any debts con
tracted by the crow iof said .vessel witlu
out their written order.
885 fa. G. Irwin & Co., Agents,
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BULLETIN W NEW GOODS !
A Fine Assortment
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rVbr SiileTcry L'ovfl
Send for full illustrated cttnlougc
new nift nf nnn.nflp.np.rs. PIowsl
"(i Gultivatbrs, Globular Street Lamps,
., '' ' Kerosene and Lubrlbatihg Oils, &c.,&c. ''
jjTlie.MagnesoCalcite Fiie Proof Safes.
New. and Staple Goods
,Eeal Estate; Broker, Employment Agent nnd General
Ofllce, 37 Mei chant sticet, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The onlyrecognizcd Reel Estate Broker in the Kingdom. "
Land1 and property for sale in all parts pf Honolulu nnd the various Islands. ,,
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to lent; en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. , . -ri
Books nnd iVccounts kept. Bills collected. Lcgnl papers of cvcryi description
drawn. Agent for Victory's Monthly Fireside 'Magazine and Visitor, with
1.Q mivmrirtc . ciiltcnvtrt!m. ?51 0"I tin. vnflr Arrnnf fnv tlio "Hntt T.lfn
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insurance company in me worm.
tSTCIiargcs always modcrnte.-
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at , ,
P ATLEfER , &- THACjaGERJS
., v- JSe-yv- DDrug- Stoire,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
J86T XE YOU
G. W. MAQFARLANE. & CO.
OfTcrfor sale the Cargoes of tlie ships
"Abcrainan" and '"Jniiot Court,"
Recently an ived from Glasgow and, Liverpool, respectively. Also, to arrive,
the Cargoes of ithe
British Steamship " Abergeldie," i
From London, now due; tho British ship " Shanilon," from Glasgow,' duo July 1st;
and the British baik " Isle of Anglesca," from Liverpool, due Aug. 1, , ,
Comprising one of the largest and finest selection of goods
and Merchandise ever imported to Honolulu, and which will bo oflercd to r
the trade, town and country housekeepers, nnd buyers generally, at ex
ceptionally favorable terms. . I
, DryiGfoods, ;now on-exhibition,
Atcmr Show Rooms, upstairs.
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Rolls HimlisU Belting, 3, 4, 0, 8 and 10 Inches.
Bdls. Best EuglMi Annealed and Galvanized Fenco Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and C.
Cases, Smith & McLean's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated lion, tho best imported,
hcie, 0, 7, 8 nnd 0 feet'lengths 24 gauge. Attentlo l otcoasumers of this or-'
tide is called to this particular brand, which never warps, cracks, or peels off,
from tho action of "sun, and atmosphere. i" ,. ' OjJuftt ."09a
Casks, Best English, Portland, German nndRosendale Cement. . .'
Bales blue stripe, twilled and pluiurSugnr Bags, 500 to a Balo; the genuine article.
uaics ucavy iwuicu uoanuugs nu.-si ocotcn
Hiuimitifrnnil Unnlnir Tivlnn.
Scotch S'iro Brick, square and arch. Flro
j! VOO Tobh Bent Scotch Splint Coal,
vTuq best and mo3t'cconom cal for,Elantations, Steamers general me, is dear
and lumpy; consequently, no" waste; gives very little. smoke,und,soot,.burn3 well
away and does not clinker aud hum up grate-bars: and produces 23 per cent, more
steam than any other Bituminous Coal.
150 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adapted forrangcsandgooklngstovcs.
A small lot.of Anvils nnd VIcch, for blacksmiths' use. ,
jiiir iiuu (i ' kuuu iissuiuacpi; iuu uaiH
lolliurlaps, 42.iiteh, in
A, few casks Aborted ,Glisswaro comprising Glass Dishes, Bowlq,,, Goblets,
Tumblers, Sherries, Hocks, Ports, Claris, Champagnes, Decanters, Dishes,' Lamps
and other aitieles required by housekeepers. "
A full assortment of Granlte.waro comprising Dinner.scts Ewers nnd Basins,
Bowls, Dlshe, Cup and Saucers, Plates mid-many other articles in'tliis llno. ''-(
'' ' A FEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cottngo style, from tho leading Berlin makers, which will ho offered on very
favornbo terms. An inspection aud trial of thoso attractive Plunos Is invited.
Thicu Cases of au.espeeidl mako of Stocks and Dles.tho-most Qomnlete tldnc
of tho kind lor plant ition use. -k ' v J.-. ' l?. V""b
Belt laoings, Galvuulzcd.Buckcts, 10, 12, nnd 14-lnoh. Nests Galvanized,Tubs.
Galvani.ed Pipinir. . 4 ,.
TJ.o finest brands of Aes,.Wines and.S.pirits in visual; arhity.Alaa tlw (pllowlug
SUGAlt 3IACriXTI3JaV, .
Of Mirrleci, Wats'on'&'Oj.'s'uncqualled make, tho supcrlority.of which is ncknow.
iidgcd byiidl Hawaih n Plantqrs; and Manufacturers in Cuba, Brazil,' Manila,
'V "I - -J T. v.- e.T..WHlt WUMUiVO,- HilUHjJUUUIl lliu i,uiju.
Steam Clariflers, pugnrMillB, Engines,
Centrifugals, Vacuum Pans, Pumps,'
Iron Chimneys, Tanks, Bollors, etc., etc'.
Portablo Tramway and Cuni, Cars, Locomotives, Ralls. y
, Tlio cargo of tho steamship 'Abbrgcldlo waJ solocted with great care by our
Londoti Agent, under thedlrcct supervision of n member of our llrrn, and connlsts
of a beautiful lino of goods, not hitherto imported herd, " Circulars tflylnga full
list and description of Goods will bo sent to our'customersl'hcads of FamilFe "nnd
tho'indlcs of Honolulu. . -f?'089,-'-
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fiom America and England.
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