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.MONDAY, MAY 7, 188!).
THIS" DAY'S DOINGS.
Kimeuil of the late Mis. Annie
Fttllrr, nt 10:00.
Ahjniobii J.odtjo, nt 7:!K).
lltumony odo, l.O.O.F. TWO
IU olinu; V. M. C A., 7:90.
.M.yi tie Hoat Club, 7 :!I0.
Yin:i:i)AY afternoon tho town
wus gicntly excited by the news that
-Mia. M. A. Btwh wifeof IlisEx.
J. K. Bush, Minister of tho Intel ior
had been tin own fiom her hoise
and killed. The facts ate as fol
lows: Ycsteiday morning Colonel J.
Boyd, Miss S. Boyd, Mis. Bcrtol
man, the deceased, and sonants set
out for a vifcit to lvalihi, to see Mis.
Boyd who had been ailing; Miss
Boyd and the deceased rode in fiont.
After they passed the 5-mile stoic
(Kahuihuiawni) the lioisc which Mrs
Blish was lidimr (one belonging to
tho mounted police) began to trot,
and Mrs. Hush mined it in. It
loaiod and Mi&. Hush fell back
ward, getting go the iciiis,. Thi
amis about 10 :')() a.m. She was un
conscious when the lost of the paity
got to her. Col. Boyd immediately
galloped back to the neatest tele
phone abd telephoned for a cai l iagc
and to Dr. Tiosseau. In the meantime-
Mis. Ledeier and apailyof
ladies and gentlemen diovo up. They
geneiously gave up their double
team and Mis. Bush was conveyed
to her residence on King st. She
lingeicd till after I p.m., but never
lecovercd consciousness. Her skull
was fiactured at the base and there
was another wound on top of 'the
ukull on the left side. She leaves a
laniily of 1 sons and 2 daughtcis
f loin G to 1C 3 cars of age. The Jas
Makee was dispatched tat G p.m. to
Mnhukonn tobiing bn6k Mr. Bush
who' went up thuio yesterday on the
Xaycdink. Geneial l egret and
honow is cpiessed at the unfortu
, OUR HOME.
The Y. M. C. A. looms are now
fitted up as will be seen by the notice
in another column and all aie
coidially welcomed and invited to"
attend. We went tluoiigh the looms
oiiFiiday night and we must say
tlmt nothing nicer could be desiied.
We now ask all our fiiends, all our
leadcit., and even those who only
heat of this to go and sec for thcui-
belves the beautiful home which the
meinheis of the Y. M. C. A. have
pi o iiled for them. Captain I. Bray
who is Geneial Secretin y -. tern.
will bo only too happy to utteijil to
strangers and, indeed, to all visitors.
Come one, come all.
The following acsscIs inought:
fichr Calcrliu U00 bags Migar;
8ehr Mllu Munis 310 sheep;
.StrarKllaue.i Hou 1480 bags of sugar,
28 obis molasses nml 45 bugs potatoes.
Kchr (ion Scigel !)80 bags ileo;
.Stlir Ehukai 'M2 bags sugar;
Htmr Wiilmannlo 478 bags sugai ;
SlmrJas Milken 2&)0 bags sugar, C50
.Stmr Likeliko2800 bag sugar;
hlmrLuhu.i H'0 bags Piigar, 20-bbls
inolas-e, 20 head cattle, 115 sheep and
20 goat MiiiH.
Sehr Kekaiilnolil !J50 bag Mig.ir.
Tho btcanu'i Elncnsfel will piobubly
leino for Hongkong to moirow.
The steamer Abeigcldio i ame along.
Mdo tho Old Custom House wbuifon
S.Uuiday, nml will dhcliiuge htuplus
stui i", Ac., to day.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
On Friday claims agalust thu estate
of Leu Chut, in b.uiki ujHry, weropie-.-ciitt'd,
amomilliig to about $80,000.
Osl'iiday tho fence lound the grave
yaul at Mnklkl was jmtlally burnt,
tluoiigh the c.uch'bMies-s of two Chlua
inen engaged In wu rlih lug anil bin ulng
Thk Advrrtlsn has been' haul hit
lately, consequently they mjuciI, but
wo think that they aio dragging tho
nmtriir Jinto too mnuli 'of ii puisounl
sijii ibblo that U not dlgiiUying' to either
"ri: would like to Know howmueb 11
tost the Go eminent to land theim
jnigiMiit& and bajgngo fiom tlio s.s,
Aueigeldlc, as wu Know that a tender to
doll nt 10 cents ii head was bent Into
them but not aceopU-d.
- ' i -
C. .Yi. AVhlto, the lcl o dan iskr nl Hllo
Is impnnlne nml will prolmbly rpcoci-
Owimi to the prisMiio oMutu nd. oui
icpoit of this Musical Society Coin oil li
lielil our till to-innuow.
Till, numbt-rof deaths or IIiiwidliin
dm lug the month of Api 11 U8 lb low li
thiin in any month for some culi pist,
Mi'ssus. Hart Dies, me tuintng their
old he-cream p.ulois Into a pihuto
dining l oom fui ladiiMilonc. gentlemen
only being admitted when aieoiupanlcil
ly ladles. A ptlvatc waiter will also be
on hand, and i-ierj thing will lie In thu
flr-t-clas-i style, which the luputaHon of
Moms. Unrtllios. giiHianlecs In any of
Hip Majesty, afcompiinicd by His Ex.
J. E lhi-.li, Lieut. C. Clink, Mi.Bcrgci
and the Hand, depmtcd for Kulinln on
the Xajcjdink punctually at 4 p. m.
on S.ituidity. The mill dock whs crowd
ed. A pai ty of guests w ent out bej ond
the Madras, and retmncd in the King's
barge along with the pilot, His Ma
csl's hist official ntl w.is the signing of
a 3taonlr docuinenl.t
"VVn ackiiowlcilgc thu leecipt of the
cm lent number (thcuth) of Ka HoKii o
Kc Kai. It is au-oidliig to our tians
lator, unite up to its mini slaiidaid of
e.M.i'l!enee. AVe sue gla-1 to Iejuii th tt it
glow- nioio and nioiepopulaveiUi day.
We think, howeier, that It would lie
better and tend for tho Impioi ement of
thu race, if oung men iere cnroiuuged
to write -omethlngoilglnal in Ilawaliau,
a tale, poem, or cs-ayanil, if It wcie
good enough, pilot it In the Maj.uinu.
In till citv, 31 i.v Xith, Annie, wife of
Oilando rullei, ot S.m Francisco, Cal.,
aged COyeais lu months and 12 d.ij-. S.
F. pnpets please copy.
rpiIC f uncial of tho late Annie "Fuller
JL will take place TO-DA Y (Monday)
at 10-KO a. in., tiom theiesidcnci- of Jno.
31. Oat) Jfo. a Kukul st. Friends and
acquaintances aie respectfully invited
AT a meeting of the Bard of J)iicctors
of the KnpHnnl Pa k Associiilion
held on Filday, May 4th, it was decided
that liio uniial
11th of June Races,
would lake place uiulci the dbcctiun of
the Park Asocintion.
A piogiammo of the day's spoils will
shoitly bo presented to thu public. .
:))4 . Su-. IC.p.A.
Y. M. 0. A. ROOMS.
Arc now Daily Opened to tho Public
From 7 a.m. to 9 p in,
APLBASA3T mulVommo lions read.
. ing loom, nt thu end of the hall
opposite llie ti out catrancu, i well
ligjitcd and supplied with comfortable
Pufodicals of latest dates and other
iutCKMiug nailing luuttLi ispiovidid,
to w Iiieli will soon Lie adiie.1 a valuable
IntLrosling ganiiB arc at h mil, btiition
ciy mid all other needfuls fm writing,
mid a pleisaut place for a prolltablu
evtiiing's onterlnlnnicnt is freely oflurul.
The parlor is Jilted up for beauty ami
comfoit, with the best fuinituro the
Honolulu market affords, and the weary
and indisposed can here Uud cheer anil
comfoit. These looms mo opui to the
fu-c uy of joung men of any of these
Islands, ami to all who come fiom
aluo.id, and a cordial invitation is here,
w jih uUeudcd to you to come and make
u-o of these combats mid conu-nicnccs
and feel that mi aie at home.
Asldu fiom general entertainments wo
shall oner, on Monday evenings, to nl)
who (Italic, the oppoiiunity ol etudying
book-keeping with a competent teitliei,
and sh ill (jiduiwu t-oon to piovido for
mini oveiiing classes ot this nature, ie.
(lulling us lMimeiit nothing bm gemlc
Tlio now hull Is icady foi qur entei"
lurtiiliiintiiH, and oflcrid to tho public
jor iiu juxmniuiu jiuiiiuhu uuiisibiuiii
with tho Association, as the most desir.
abli) audience looip in tills city
Wo shall endeaim for the mutual
bcnelll ot both uiiploer and employe
to c undue t as far as possible an
To this end wo invite communications
upon this subjul fiom all persons on
thc-o islnnds who at any tiniu may be in
wnat of hclp.iissuiicg all simh that wo
bhall do all in our power to promptly
point out the desirable poisons, not how',
oxer always assuming the irspoiiilbilily
toi chaiactcr, as ninny of our applicants
will bo entiro Htiuiigeinto us.
Wu "bo iu ilu tomniunicatious from
any wlio liuvo oiii)fortahi) iooiiih nml
biuidiug Iioudus to ollur at ruiiEutinblu
iil(03 as wo can often point out to jqu
hulIi us aio coking dutiable homes, ,
Our aim Is. toimst Voting Mrn in all
lugiliiualu ways, and to this end woshail
alwajs bo icady to confer upon any
subjiet, with all, foi whose mutual
benilll we can woik. Addic-sa
Utucrol Heoruary V. Af. 0. A,
, London gossip
.SDK I it rorllioDnlh llullolln.l
The niystciy is solved. The re
putation not l'neiely of General Mac
Adaias, but of numerous other
wiOngly stisiieoted pcisyim, iH now
fieed iioin stain of suspicion. A
banister ajiplird tho other day to
Mi. Justice Field to adjourn a case,
and tlio follow ing dialogue ensued:
Mi. Justice Field: " "I do not sit
hum1 to-inori ow nt nisi piius."
Counsel: "The casu is in the list
for Com t No. ti."
Mi. Justice Field: "This Court
is No. '2. but I urn Hot ; am iVo.
One." I know Mr. Justice Field to
be as incapable of niakinsr a false
statement its he is of perpetuating
or seeing a joke but who would
have thought it.
For many geiictations it lias been
customary in the House of Hohcn
zolleiu, that' each male scion should
learn some useful handicraft, and
that the females should cccl in
ncedlewoik and embroidciy. In
accoidnuce with this piactical
custom, Pi ince Leopold, only son of
the Bed Pi ince, is studying tlio
locksmith's nit. A loom in the
palncc'has been fitted up na a work
shop, with fuiiuec and bellows,
giindstonc and lathe, etc., and hcic
the young Pi ince, clad in agiey
blouse, spends scieial happy bonis
daily. Ilu mother, the Piinccss
Fiedciic Chailes, fiequcntly a it.it-3
him in his woikshop, and no doubt
makes fun of the futuio master
locksmith, and sighs at the present
state of his hands.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Tuesday, May 8th,
At the Old Steamship Whaif, at 11 a. m.
Immigrants' Surplus Stores
L s.s. Abcrgeldie.
By order of the agents Mosts. G. W.
Mnofuriiuic iSf Co.
To Grocers, Dealers, Storekeepers, &c.
LY0s & Lu ty
Hnvo rccehud instiuctions to sell at nuc.
tion, nl the Old Steamship "Whaif, at 11
n m. on Tuesday, May bth, the whole of
the imniigi ants
and Fittings, comprising:
Soup and Bonilli, tins preserved befcf,
I auks, bbls pi line me-s beef, b raisins,
Chcsls tea, lard. nlt, biscuits,
Split peas, haiiicot bcin-1, bags Hour,
Vlncg.ii, lime juice, soap, Cola oil,
Chicory, pepper, knives and fork',
Tea and table spoons, bags rice, mops,
iScrubiiig brushes, funnels, saucepans,
Buckets, wntpr'boltlc, oatmoal,
ilolasscs, scules and weights, hammers,
Adus, tin plates and b.usiiis,
Cooking range and utensils, ifcc,
Lmjns & Llm.v, Auctlonccis.
OAVING to tho scaicity of watci, the
hour for irrigation will bu
Iiiuiitcd to 4 liout'M per hiy
tiom (I to 8 a. in. anil fiom 4 to Op in,
until fuither notice,
( OHAS. B. AVILSON,
Appioicd Sup't Water Woikh.
J.no. B.Busn, Minister of lutuior.
May oth, 188J. U04
ALIVE MAN to drive soda wagon.
PALMER & THACHLTVS
a03 lw Now Drug Store, Foit St.
Where dp yon Buy your
O JL. O T HIN G
IN ASKING .Tim ABOVE Quostiou
we simply deslio you to examine
closely tlucu main points:
ltt, (unlitj -Material.
Sud, Htyle'-Flt anil Work.
, rd, I'rlre-Slre of Hill.
iVnd when you aro satisfied with conclur
sions, pay us a visit, nud we guaiantco '
Htylt? of Xlt and SvrJc
Saving of 20 per cent.
In your order. If tlicso aie sufllclcnt
consideiatrons please call at the
Great American Clothing House
17 JduHiiini Mtreet,
ii'Ji ly OoniL-r of Marine.
E. C. McCANDLESS
OFFKHS, roil BALK
Bblo G. B, Salmon, extra,
Bbls Skcona River Salmon,
Bbls Frazor River Salmon,
Hlf bbls Salmon, ohoice,
Bbls & hlf bbls Plant, Salmon
Kits Salmon Bellies.
Stalls, Nos, 2 and 3
800 111) JlOKOLULU,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BUllETIH OF NEW GOODS!
Sultablu foi Stock It inches whcio water li lcipilrcd to be rnhed fiom gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite -Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest marKot rr.ics. .
lllec Cloth, FateufDag Holders j" the thing for Wee nml Sugar Mills;
!N"ew Goocls constantly arriving. -
Full lines of Plows and Agricultuial lnstiumciils, '
Full nssottmeiit of Agate Iron Ware,
lllustiatcd Catalogues on application.
JOSEPH E. WflSEIAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Olliec, 27 Mci chant street, - Hnwaihin Gazette Block,
The only recognized Heal Estate' Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and pioperty for sale in all pails of Honolulu and the nrious Islands.
Houses to lease and rent In Honolulu and suburbs. ,
Booms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books ami Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papcrd of every dcscrlprfon
diaw n. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, w ilh
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
ESTChargcs always moderate. "Telephone No. 172. '
YOT7 CLAJV BTJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMEK & .TEACHER'S ,.
IVe-w Hfcrug' Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN TOWN. 'I , '
313 lm , , . SSf IE YOIF DOFT BEIIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale the Cargoes of the ships
VIciuiium " and " Juuet Court,"
Itcccnlly arrived fiom GUsgow and Liverpool, rcspectivclj-. Also, to arrive, -
tho Cargoes of the
British Steamship " Abergelclie,"
From London, now due; the Biitish ship " Sliandou," from Glasgow, due July 1st:
and the British hark " Isle of Anglcscn," fiom Liverpool, due Aug. 1, ,
Comprising one of the largest and finest selection of goods
and Merchandise ever imported to Honolulu, and which will bo offered to
tlio tuide, town and lountry housekeepers, and buyers generally, at ex
ceptionally favorable terms.
Dry GKoods, now on exhibition, ,
At ouY Show Booms, upstairs.
Saddles, llrldlcN, ICnrnossnnd AVliiptt.
Bolls English Belting, o, 4, 0, 8 and 10 inches.
Bdls. Beat English Auujaled and Gnlvanicd Fence Wiic, Nos. 4, 5 and G.
Casep, Smith ifcuMcEeauycelobiated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best imported''
hcic, 0, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths 24 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, German and Hosendale Cement.
Bales bluo btrlpc, twilled and plain Sugar Bags, 500 to a Bale; tho genuine article. '
Bales heavy twilled Coal Bugs best Scotch make, Bales 3, 4. and&ply. , , . ..
Seaming and Roping Twino. J ' ' '"' H
Scotch File Brick, square and arch. Fire Clay. J ' ' ''
T'OO 1'otaH Best eotel Hplint Coal, '
The best and moat econom cab for Plantations, Steamers general use, is' clear
and lumpy, consequently, no waste; gives ery littlo smoko'uml soot, burns well
away and does not clinker and burn up grate-bars ; and produces 25 per cent, more
steam than any other Bituminous Coal. . ,
150 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adapted for ranges itnd cooking stoves-;
' A binidl lot of-Am Us and Vices, tor blacksmiths' Ubc.
Bar lion a good assortment; alto B us Steel.
Best Wool uuilaps, 42.ueli, in 40-yard pieces.
A few casks Assorted Glasswaio comprising Gluss Dishes, Bowln, iGoUJelt
Tuinblei-s Sheiiies, Hocks, Porls, Claicts, Champagnes, Decanters, Dishes, Lamns
and (I'litraitlclcsrcquiied by housekecpcis. ' '
i, A tull assoitmuut of Granite.waro compilsing Dinner-sets Eiycw and Baslm,. tl
Bo Is, Dishes, Cup and Sauceis, Plates aud many other articles in this line. '
A FEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cottage style, from tho leading Berlin makers, which will bo offered on vcrv
favoiahle teims. An inspection and trial of thuao attractive Pianos Is invited
Three Casoi of an i-spcji il m iko of Stocks uniLDlcs, tho moat complcto :tiiinc
of tho kind for plantation use. ' """b
GalvanVaICPUiiaaU'anlZC(l Bl,ckcls' 10, 13 nntl u-i. Nests Galvanized Tubs.
Tkollnest biiiuds of Ales, Wines and Spirits in usual' variety. Also'dicfollowiug
SUGAR MAOIIENEBY, ..
Of Mirrleca, WaUou & Co.'s uneipiallcil make, tho superiority of which is ucknow. i
lcdgcdbyall Hawalhin Plauters; and Manufacturers in. Cuba Brazil Manll-
Quecnslitnd, Fiji and other sugar.produclng countries, tluoughout tho world.
Steam Cluilflers, Sugar Mills, Engines,
Centrifugals, Vacuum Panb,Pmnp,
Iron Chlnineis, Tanks, Boilcis, etc., etc.
FortabloTiamway ami Cane Cars, Locomotlvesj'llalls.
The cargo of tho steamship Abergcldlu was selected with great euro by our
London Agent, under thoi Irect supervision of a meaihcr of our tlrm, and consists
of a beau Hid lino of goods, not hitherto imported here. Circulars givlnir u full
111 Pli dcSMlj,)tlojil i" Goo(,s wlu ,w bCllt t0 our "ustomew, heads of fainliroa, and J
DUlcrcntlal Pulley Ulocks, Carriage Lamps.
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