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TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1883.
" THta'DAY's doings."
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
.Bible Class nt Lyceum nt 7 :30.
Biitish Bchevolcnt Society, Me
chanic Engine Co. No. 2, nt 7 :30.
new Ice cream-parlors were crowded
on Friday night after the Musical
Society's concert by members of the
audience and the performers, not
withstanding tbut the rooms will'
accommodate fourteen parties at one
time that is to say, from 28 to 70
individuals. Messrs. Ilnrt Bros
have succeeded in providing a place
that for style and elegance cannot
bo equalled in this town and can
only bo surpassed by very few places
that .wc have seen elsewhere. The
rooms nrc as gay and light as
brilliant paper, gilding, mirrors, fine
panels, curtains, etc. can make them
and the tout ensemble is superb;
The taste displayed in selecting the
various fittings is excellent, every
thing' seemingly having been chosen
with a view to its appropriateness.
Let us dcsprlbc the plan of tho
building. Two show windows' ex
hibiting the latest in French con
fectionery attract the eye and draw
one to go in at the central swinging
doors. On either side arc counters,
and mirrois, light ahead are crimson
hangings under which we pass and
find ourselves in a carpetcdipassage
with six small apartments on each
side ; at the other end is the cream
factory. - Each apartment contains
a small table and chairs and the
entrance is concealed by hangings.
The walls are papered with dados,
cornices, etc. in the latest style of
house decoration, lace curtains hide
the windows and a neat picture'
bangs on the wall. To all we would
say, go and see for yourselves, aud
if beautv and taste have any1 at
traction for you, you will find-your-selves
frequently within the doors.
; ., SHIPPING NOTEB.
The'bgtno Morning Star is on the
Marine Railway preparatory to her
Schr Malolo brought 2,106 bags sugar,
and 38 bbls molasses;
StmrMokolll brought 1,300 bagsilec;
Sclir Ensma brought 700 bags sugar j
Sohr Poholki brought 27 Cords firewood;
The City of Tokio arri cd yesterday,
15 days from Yokahama. She brought
535 Chinese passengers and 344 pUgs of
Tiik Janet Court and D. C. Murray
leave for San Francisco to-day.
Four.fcteamcrs were employed In car
rying passeugcrs, et?., to and fro to the
City of Tokio yesterday. Sue left last
evening at 0;20.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
The 533 Chinese from the Tokio were
landed at Kahakaaulana yesterday after
noon. Oun report of the Musical Society's
Concert is again held over for want of
Bkad our Supplement. It contains
the usual miscellany aud the programme
of the Koyal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society iu full.
On Sunday a Chinaman driving a
cart came into collision with an express
on King street oppoito the Honolulu
Soap Works. The Chinaman's cart was
bmnshed.topleces. i . ,
Yesterday morning a native express
drive had a contest with his unruly
horse oivPunohbowl, street. The horse
fln illy backed Into the ditch. The shaft
of the express was smashed;
Yesterday a warrant was issued
agilnst Mr. T. G. Thrum for libel, at the
suit of Dr. Fitch. The libel complained
of wus In tho leading nrtlcloin last Sat-
The sale of the stores of the Abcrgel
dle by Messrs. Lyons & Levey, which
was to have taken place to-day, Is post
poned till to-morrow, at.thoir Sales
Boom, Beaver Block.
Sixty ton of ballast was put on board
the Lizzie Marshal before her departure
iu 2 hours and 10 minutes. Only 4 horses
and 4 carts were employed. ,
A large blgn bearing the Inscription
Inter Isluud Steam Navigation Com
nanv" has been placed on the roof of
the shelter shed oji Foster's wharf.
It 1110 WUriv IHJU.LU) ununM.v.jw..
An old story revamped and made to fit
locally. Three men wanted o bo taken
lip to a jfafolat'the foot of 'Punchbowl
somo tlmo ago. They bargained with
tho hack-drlyer to take them for a quar.
ter a piece. He took them, 1Miough
grumbling ut his h,'gul faro being cut
dowu.' However, instead of taking them
i where the hula a ho took lliera lo an
other plnco whcie there was none, and
then told them that the hula wos an.
They then wanted to go hack again, and
ho now told them "it Is worth l each
to go back,!' nnd they had to pay him.
Wi: aro rcriucsted to statu by the o n
or of the pet monkey on Matmakca si.,
that no complntnts have been made.
A white woman was taken out of the
water fiom ufldcr the King st. Bridge
last night by Mr. G. Williams. Shegae
no account ol how she got there.
Tub acoustic piopcrtles oftho Y. M.
C. A.'b assembly-room wcio well tested
on Friday night. Thoy nrc so far as
can be judged yet perfect.
Am. Englishmen aro requested to ,at
tend the meeting of the British Benovo.
icnt Society to-night, at the hall of Me
chaulc Engine Co. No. 2, in order to pre
pare for the celebration of the Queen's
Bv a mistake of the compositor we
yesterday said that the accident took
pftec near the 5 mile storo on the road
to Kallhl. It should have been the G
mile stone on the Pall road g6lng to
Kallua, Koolau. "
"We have received authentic Informa
Hon fiom Hllo that Mr, II. B. Carr was
hot arrested for housc-bre.iklng, as stat
ed in our hsuo of Aprili24th. We regret
exceedingly that wc published the state
ment on simply verbal information, be
ing the best obtainable at the time.
Tin: ballasting: and coaling of the
Makcc on Sunday was done qubkly.
In two hours and a half the whole was
tlxcd. A gang of prisoners from the
gaol were kindly sent down by order of
the Marshal to assist in doing it.
"Vi: believe that some time ago hack
men were prohibited from fastening
their bucks in front of restaurants, etc.)
and then getting out and making part 'of
a crowd on the sidewalk. They arc be
ginning again, and the police ought to
Mr-ssif;. Elders & Co. have, received
28 cases of new goods specially manu
factured for them and bearing the trade
mark of the Hawaiian arms printed In
their proper Heraldic colours. The
goods are known as Coronation make.
Our ladv fi lends should go aud test
Our fellow-citizcns will rejoice with
us to know that Mr. Bcrgcr had so far
recovered as to be able to go to Kohnla
on Saturday. For the week past Mr.
Berber's health had been the cause of
grave anxiety to his friends, but they
hope to sec him return freshened and in;
vigorated from his excursion.
Wk notice that the weekly P.C.A. of
last Saturday contains that misstatement
that they staitcd the first daily here.
After making a private acknowledgment
to us that they were wrong in the state
ment after it appeared in the columns of
the Daily, they republish it in the
Weekly. That is journalistic honesty,
Considerable excitement has been
caused by the prospect of a saloon being
I opened opposite tho Bethel Church? on
King street. "We believe that one mem-
I bcr of the Cabinet alone refused to sanc
tion the issue of the licence, for which
refusal wo honor him. We hear, how-
over, that) the license will uo issued it
the would-be licensee gets Another house
in a less objectionable quarter.
Dus. Brodic, Hagan and Trousseau
visited the Madras on Saturday and
banded in n report to tho Board of
Health that the ship wus clem and free
from small-pox, and that no fresh cases
had broken out sinco the death of the
thiid a case. -They, fpund every, ono on
board in a perfectly healthy condition.
with not a sign of any kind of sickness.
Thoy recommended the landing of pas
sengers nnd all freight at Kahakaaulana
and their detention there till ordered to
be set free by the Port Physician.!
The unwise parsimony of the last
Legislature in refusing an increase q
the appropiiation for Honolulu Police is
constantly being shown up. Harbor
police and a boat were asked for but not
granted. '$5 a day has had, to be given
to specials employed to'watch tho Mad.
ras. Owing to the small nuinbor of po.
lico when that so-called riot occurred at
Kukaako no police were left to guard
the city, as the whole watch had to go
down there. Last Saturday, owing to"
the extra amount of duties entailed no
white oflloer could be had for the night
' ' i i.,w
Cxood'Unrgaln for a Mechanic
FURNITURE FOR SALE, consisting
of 2 bedrooms and kltchcn-70110
loom j pays half of rent. Good chance
for parties wfshlng to secure a house
furnished complete- No reasonable offer
refused. Apply 122 Nuuanu st. 895 Iw
LIVE MAN to drlvo hodu wagon.
PALMER & THACHiJR'8
Now Drug Store, Fort St.
Notice. , f )
MERCHANTS w'ho desire to have
their advertisements In tho Now
Telephone Curd will addrcbs or apply
Immediately to the undersigned. Only
a few spaces left.
J. E. WISEMAN,
B92 lw General Busitieitf Agent,
,, "An advertisement in another column
announces that the Kaplolnnl Park As
sociation will take charge of the races
on the 11th of nr.t month. This is as 'it
ought to be. If anything goes on at the
Paik.thol'nrk, Association ought to lake
charge of It, as then, if anything goes
wrong, tho responsibility li wholly In
o.ie place, and can bo 'heeled homo
without any chance of lts'bcing shifted
off on to somebody oUe's shoulder. The
Park Association have- now taken the
responsibility on their shoulders of con.
ducting the races, and as wc know it to
be composed of gentlemen wo shall ex.
peel a much better management of the
races than wc otherwise wouhh Wc con
gratulate them on the decided stand
they have taken to take I he control of
the Park into their own hands, as then
they know who Is to blame and who'ls
to be praised.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey. f
Wednesday, May 9th,
At our Sales Boom, Beaver Block, at
11 a. m. . t
Immigrants' Surplus Stores'
Ex S.s. Ahergcldle.
By order of the agent, Messrs. G.
1 MncfarHtuc & Co.
cents., Messrs. G. W.
Jo Gfocort, Dealers,, Storekeepers, 4c.
Lyons & Levey
II.no received instiuctlom to sell at auc
tion, ut the Old Sle.nns.hip Wharf, at 11
a.m. on Tuesday, May bth, tho whole ot
aud Fittings, comprising:
Soup and Bonilli, tins preserved beef,
Tanks, bbls prime mess beef, bx raisins,
Chests tea, lard, salt, biscuits,
Split peas, harricot beansv bags flour,
Vinegar, lime juice, soap, Colza oil,
Chicory, pepper, knives and forks,
Tea and table spoons, bags rice, mops,
Scrubing brushes, funnels, saucepans,
Buckets, water bottles, oatmeal,
Molasses, scales and weights, hummers,
Adzes, tin plates and batsins,
Cooking range and utensils, &c.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
AT a meeting of tho Bard of Directors1
of the Kaplolani Park Association
held on Friday, May 4th, it was decided
11th. of June- Races,
would take place under the direction of
the Park Association.
A, programmo of the day's sports will
shortly be presented to the public.
. - H. MACFARLANE, ,
39J Sec. K. P. A.
OWING to the scarcity of water, the
hours for irrigation will be
Limited to 4 hours per day
from u to 8 a. m
and from 4o 0 p.m.
until further notice.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Approved : Sup't Water.Works.
Jno. E. Bush, Minister of Interior.
May 5th, 1883. 394
Y. M. 0. A. ROOMS.
Are now Daily Opened to the Public
From 7 a.m. to 0 p.m.
A PLEASANT and commodious read
ing room, at the end of the 'hull
opposite tho ,front entrance, is well
lighted and supplied with comfortable
Periodicals of latest dates and other
interesting reading matter is provided,
to which will fooii bo added u valuable
Interesting games aro at hand, station
ery and all other needfuls for writing,
and a pleasant place' for a profitable
evening's entertainment is freely offered.
The patlor is littcd.up for beauty and
comfort, with tho best, furniture tho
Honolulu market affords, and the weary
and indisposcd can here, find.chccr and
comfort. These rooms are open to the
freo use of youugmeiuof uuy of these
Islands, nna to' nil ..who come from
abroad, and a cordiul invitation is here
with extended to you to come and make
use of these comforts.und conveniences
and feci that'you'ard'at home
Aside from general entertulnmonts wo,
shall offur, on Mopdaylevcnlngs, to. 0.1J
who desire, tho opportunity ot studying
book-keeping with a competent'teacher,
und shall endeavor soon to piovldo for
other evening classes of this nature, re
quiring us payment nothing but gentle
The now hull is ready for our enter-
tertaimnents, und offered to the public
for ull legitimate purpose consistent
with thoiAsaociatiou, us the most ucsir.
able audience room in this city.
We Bhall endeavor for tho mutual
benefit of both employer und employe
IP ppnduwt n fur lis possible an
To this end wo invito communications
upon this subject from ull persons on
these Islands who at uny time may bo in
wunt of help, assurlcg all such that wo
shall do all In our power to promptly
point out the desirable persons, not how
ever always assuming tho responsibility
for character, us many of our applicants
will bo entire strangers to us.
Wo also invito communications from
uny who !wvo qonfovta,bn riimilS'nnd
boarding houses to offer ai roasonublu
prices m wo can often point out to you
such us are seeking desirable homes.
Our aim Is to assist 1'ouuMen in all
legitimate ways, arid to this end we shall
always be ready to confer upon any
subject, with afl, for whoso mutual
benefit we cau work, Addross
ISAIAH BRAY, ' i
Genoral Becreaary Y. M. O. A.
304 Honolulu O.ihu,
DILLINGHAM- & CO.'S ,
Suitable for Stock Handles where water is required to bo raised from, gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
- - Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Lubricating Oils of every dcscrlpllon al lowest marKet rates. '
RlCcCloth, Patent Bag HoldcrsMlist the thing for Mice and Sugar Mills;
i X f " Vd i
Differential Pulley Blocks,-Carriage Lamps.
N"ew Goods constantly .arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, ,
, '. , ,,, t Full assortment Of Agate IronWarc,
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
' ' Business Agent,
OQlec, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazetto -Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker In the Kingdom. , -Land
and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.' '
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms, to rent, en suite or single, 'throughout Honolulu. ' ' '
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every, description,
diawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per yeari Agent for the Best Life "
, Insurance Company in tho World. '
tSF"Charges always moderate. tyTelcpnonc No. 178."
YOTJ O-AJV D3TJ.Y.
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHER'S
Te"vr Drug1 Store, !
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN. - ' ,
843 lm . 19- m Y0TT DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEYIT.
- G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
' ' Offer for sale the Cargoes of the ships
Aberaman " and " Janet Court,"
Recently arrived fro.n Glasgow and Liverpool, respectively. Also, to arrive,
s tho Cargoes of tho '
British Steamship " Abergeldie,"
From'London, now due; the British ship " Shandon," from Glasgow, due .Tuly 1st j ,
and ho British bark " Isle of Anglcsca," from Liverpool, duo Aug. 1, ' i
Comprising, one of' the) largest and finest selection of goods
and Merchandise ever imporlcd to
the trade, town und country housekeepers, and buyers generally, at cx-
DryVQ-pods, nor on exhibition, , ,
At our Show Roomsupstairs. ' ' '"
Saddles, Bridies, HarHeius and Whips. J
Rolls Enclish Belting, 3, 4, 0, 8 and 10 inches.
Bdls. Best English Annealed nnd Galvanized Fence W'rci Nos. 4, S and 6.
Cases, Smitli & McLean's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best imported
here, 6, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths 34 gauge. Attention of consumers of this ar."
tide is called to this particular brand, which never warps, cracks, orpeeli off,
from the action of sun, and atmosphere. ' ' 'k ' t ,cR
Casks, Best English, Portland, German and Roscndale Ccmont. ' ,
Bales blue strlpo, twilled and plain' Sugar Bags, 000 to a Bale; the genuine artlcls.
Bales heavy twilled Coal Bags best Scotch make, Bales 8, 4. and 5-ply.
Seaming and Roping Twine. . '.iWn'
Scotch Fire Brick, square and arch. Firo Clay. -
WO TonM ,I3eHt Scotch Splint Coal,
The best and most econom col for Plantations, Steamers general use, is clear
and lumpy,' consequently, no waste; gives very little smoke and soot, burns well1
away and does not clinker and burn up grate-burf; and produces 25 per cent, more
steam than any other Bituminous Coal. i ,
150 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adopted for ranges and cooking stOTes. .
A small lot of Anvils and Vices, for blacksmiths' use. ; '
Bar Iron a good assortment; ulso Bars Steel.
Best Wool Burlaps, '4'J-lnoh, in 40-ynid pieces. , i .'
,A. few casks Assorted Glasswuro comprising Glass DJslios, Bowls, Goblets,
Tumblers, Sherries, Hooks, Ports, Clarets, Champagnes, Decanters, Dishes, 'Lamps
und other articles rcnuircil liv tiniisiknnm. .
A full assortment of Granlte-waro comprising Dinner-sets Ewers' and Basins,
Bowls, Dishes, Cup and Saucers, Plates und many pthcr articles In this Hne.; ., , ,rt
A FEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cottage style, from tho leading Berlin makers which will ho offered on very
favorable terms. An Inspection and trial of those attractive Pianos is invited.
Throe Casus of an especial make of Stocks and Dies, the most complete thintf
of tho kind for plantation use. t ) J ,, , i "
Belt lacings, Galvunlzed Buckets, 10, 13, and 14-inch. Nests Galvanized Tubs,
TLo finest brands of Alos, Wines and Spirits in Jualj jvjctyAlso the following
sugar xvc?nrrsrER,x M"V "?
Of Mjrrlecs, , Watson fc'Co.y unequalled mako, the superiority of which is ncknow,
Udged by ull Huwuilan, Plantqmj uijd Manufacturers in Cuba,. Brazil, Manila
Queensland, Fiji and other sugar.producing; countries, throughout tho world.
Steam Clarlflers, Sugor Mills, Engines, &
Centrifugals, Vacuum Puns, Pumps,. ''
Iron Chimneys, Tanks, BpHers, etc., ctcj; '''
Portablo Taimvuy and Cane Cars, Locomotives, Rails. ' ",,',.;
t ?h0 as of tho sm?hlp Abergoldic-wus selected with great' care by. mir'
London Arent, under the dlrcc supervision of u member of our Arm, land contiata;
?if..B.bAiTul .U!'r J iod8,' nV.!'i.,hert0 imported here. Circulars giving a full
list and Cssurintfon of Goods will innfflitinniiFrminn,... i,o,io y.nP .i
the ladlcjof Honolulu. "
NEW GOODS !
Proof Safes fc Soxes
l ',. V 1
Illustrated Catalogues on application..,',
Honolulu, and which will he offered to
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