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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1883.
this Day's doings.
""" ' "evening.
Hawaiian Council, No. C80,
Knights Templars, 7:30.
Saturday, May 5 Lung Wo, re
manded from 2nd, fined $25 and
S3. 30 costs, and 48 hrs gicn to
obov the oi dci 8 of Firo Marshal.
(Illng Kec. and 15 otheis sonic
charge, fined $25 and 3 costs each,
5 otheis fined 25 and $1 costs
each. Chong Wo, nol. pros.)
Monday, May 7 Muki, Fnkh,
Fnlca, and M. Sullivan, drunks, for
feited SG bail each. Kuwihi, diunk,
fined 65 and 1 costs. II. Fatek,
violating Express Regulation 3,
fined 85 nnd 81.10 costs. Kenlohn,
violating 'Express Regulation G for
feited 810 bail. W. Lowe, disturbing
quite of night, forfeited $10 bail.
Ben Nawnhinc, alius Fauloliilii,
larceny of liquor ou boaid Kilauea
Hon, found guilty ill 3rd degree and
(sentenced to 3 months imprisonment
at Haid Labour, fined 815 and 83.50
Friday, May -1 Foster & Co. vs.
Kcolai, descitmg contract service,
fined $5 and $3 costs, ordered to
return to employer.
Monday, May 7 Kanuha vs. Pa
niona, action of trespass continued
by consent to 14th.
ittcnd. The celcbratlbil Will moU pro.
balily take place on Her Most Gracious
Majesty Queen Victoria's blrtlitlny.
Tut: Road Supervisor deserves nml
bus our hearty thinks. He liua nt hst
nnlslied Queen fctreit, as fur as Alnkcn
trcct, nml put It In thoioughly good
condition. Monday, Tuesday nmUVcd
ncilny wcic spent in (King it up just up
to the "Doctor's orders."
It will he seen from our iulci Using
columns that the LUmuy and Reading
Room Association Itnltu cttimnlcs and
tenders for the now building they pro.
pose to eicct. The plans and spcclflcn.
tlons have been completed to the minutest
particular by Mr. Isaac Mooic, and can
bo seen at the offlre of Mi1. A. J. Cart.
Ylstkhday moinlng Mr. Preston
banded In bis resignation of tbo ofllccof
Attorney-Gcneinl. It bad been written
outthr ccnlng before. He now holds
olllcc till tbo icturn of Mi. Whiting
from II Ho. Already congratulations on
bis manly nnd spirited action arc pour-
big In on him, and wo conlldently assert
that he well deserves them.
Tin: Chlnninnn chiefly concerned in
the burning down of the fence of the
cemetery at Makikl wanted to sell out
bis shop to pay for the repairs. His
countrymen, however, started a subscrip
tion amongst themselves, nnd arc raiding
money to help him to pay the damajes.
Such instances of honesty and generos
ity are rare enough to deserve special
gained the piizc, the judge's lciunrU
ing that they never had dining their
long experience seen a pig with such
a black ami polished coat. The
butter-man gave a dinner In honor
of the event, and then explained to
his fiicnd in the milk business that
he had, with his own hands, black
leaded piggy every mornitig in order
to produce the peciless gloss that
achieved such a triumph. Mel
On May 8th, at her residence Alakea
stiect, the wife of G, Dcllcv, a son.
In this city, May 8lh. 18S8, Walter R.
Wolfe, aged C years and 8 months, adop
ted son ot m r. and Mrs. u. tr. Wolfe.
DILEINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
llritish llcncyolcnt Society.
The bark Livingston brought
nkus of general merchandise.
docked near the Fish Market.
The bark C. it. Bishop is loading
sugar at the Llkellke wharf.
Tbobiig Monling Star was launched
from the Marine Railway on Tuesday
The stinr Ebreufels was coaling on
Tuesday night by the aid of electric
The fcchr Jennie is repairing at the
The stmr pity of Now Yoik brought
431 pkgs of miscellaneous goods.
The bktnc Ella took 2,577 bags sugar,
320 bags of rice, 142 pictures, 14 sew ing
machines, and 34 pkgs household cflccls.
The schr Kaalu brought 100 bags of
sugar and 77 bbls of molasses.
The schr Mcefoo brought 330 bags of
The schr Maiy E. Foster bi ought 800
bags of sugar, 120 bags p.:ddy and 100
The schr Manuokawai brought 800
bags of sugar.
The steamship City of New Yoik
arrlvcd yesteiday morning. She left
Sjdneyon Apiil 19 and Auckland on
the 23th; had pleasant weather and head,
winds during the passage. She left last
evening for San Francisco at 8 o'clock.
Tuesday noon n scveic accident
happened to Morris Adlcr, the son of
Mr. Adler, shoemaker, on Nuuanu street.
The back door of the shop, the uppe'r
half of which is glass, slams violently
with tbo wind, and the boy, to prevent
its slamming, put out his hand and, not
looking, shoved it through the glass.
His arm was cut very badly, almost to
,thc bone. Dr. Brodio dressed it and he
is now getting well.
A MEETING of the British Benevo
J. lent Society will bo held at tho
On Friday Evening, May 11
at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of mak
ing arrangements for the Annivcrsaiy
All British Subjects arc invited to at
397 2t J. S. SMITHIES, Sec.
Proposals for Library Building
SEALED PROPOSALS for the erec
tion of tho building designed for
the Library and Rciding Room Associa
tion will bo leoolved up to and includ
ing Saturday, May 10th.
Estimates may be mado for tho whole
or any part of said work.
Parties making estimates will clvo
their figures for the masonry including
slate roof,' carpontcr work, plastering,
painting, and plumbinc and gas fitting
Plans nnd specifications can be seen
and estimates handed in at the office of
A. J. Cartwright, Chaii man of the Build
ing Committee. ,397
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Five Proof Safes & Boxes
1 ,. Absolutely fire-proof.
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest marKet rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills ;
T ' ' Differential .Pulloy Blocks, Carriage JLonips.
New, Goods constantly arriving!'
Local & General items.
Tub public want to know where that
840,558.58 is. Who has got it?
. . .
Poiity-two Mormons were through
passengers from New Zealand in the
City of New York.
Mnssns. W. O. Smith & Co. report
sales of SO shares lntcr-Island Steam
Navigation Co. at $130 each, nnd $2,000
Onomea bonds at par.
OniiEiis have been issued thnt, If the
Doctor leports that tho 530 Chinese per
City of Tokio now In Quaiantine aic all
well, they are to,be released to-day.
Ox Tucsdaymight the Ehrenfels coal
ed by electric light. This is, wo believe,
tho first Instance of tho electric light be
ing used to work by at our wharves.
Wk notice In the atelier of Messrs
Williams & Co., the fashionable photo,
grapbers, some very flue portraits of
II. R. 11. Piln;ess Llkellke nnd her'
daughter H. R. II. Kalulaul.
Miissns. J. Williams & Co., photogra
phers, on Fort street arc showing some
beai.tlf ul albums of ferns and seaweeds
A flue specimen of the sea porcuplno is
also on exhibition in the window.
We learned yesterday afternoon that
a notice had been served by the land,
.lord on Mr. p. Nowlein, tho new
llccnsco, that tho terms of his lease
would not permit him to allow a liquor
saloon to bo opened on'the premises.
Tuesday morning tho libel case
against Mr. T. G. Thrum was heaid nt
tho Pollco Court. As usual a motion
was made to dismiss tho case and over
ruled. lie was committed for trial to
the Supremo Court. Ball was taken at
AVe are requested to askTdl members
of tho Biitish Benevolent Society to for
ward their subsciiptions to tho Trcusur
cr, as funds are urgently neededr- A
meeting will bo held to-morrow night at
the British Club, between Union nnd
Alakea bt'rcets, and nlU' Biltishers,
whether members or not, aic invited to
Latest Foreign News.
New Guinea was formally annexed
by Queensland on Wednesday, tho
lth March. ,
Loudon, April 17. In this morn
ing's Standard it is reported that
Great Britain has annexed a large
tract of country in the vicinity of
The French, under M. do Brazzn,
have attacked and captured Pon
tanigra. The Loango natives offered
a stubborn resistance, and the fight
ing continues. )
London, April 18 Some sensa
tion has been caused by the state
ment of a cleik employed in the
Central Telegraph Office, who alleges
that ho was kidnapped by Fenians,
and questioned as to the facilities
for destroying the building.
Fuithor intelligence from the
Congo disti ict states that a conflict
is expected to take place between
M. dc Brazza's expedition and tho
party under Mr. Stanley. The Por
tuguese Government have ordered
thicc men-of-war to proceed to Lo
ango Bay to' protect the interests of
Poitugal in those waters.
It is asserted in Italy that the re
searches of Sigtior D'Albertis in
New Guinea have had the effect of
hastening the annexation of the isl-
, and bv the Queensland authorities.
London, April 2a Two blocks ol
warehouses .have been totally des
troyed by firo at Liverpool. The loss
iB estimated at 250,000.
A box, supposed to have contain
ed dynamite, was exploded yester
day close to tho Imperial Small
Arms Factory at ISnfiold. Tho-ex-plosion
did not, however, cause any
damage to the factory or buildings
in the neighborhood.
Tiro revolt in Aden has been
President Arthur has been serious
ly ill, but is now recovering.
The police authorities assert that
150,000 Fenians have been enrolled
in tho United Kingdom,
Disturbances are taking place in
South Africa, nows from the Cape
has been received tlint Usibenu has
lepulsed Cctewayo with great
slaughter. Tho squatters fh the
Transvaal are evacuatingTcmbulnnd,
iu consequence of threatened out
break of hostilities with tho Boers.
A GOOD SIZED TENT.
390 4t F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.
AT a meeting of the Bard of Directors
of tho Kaplolani Park Association
held on Friday, May 4th, it was decided
that the usual
11th. of June Races,
Full lines of Plows nnd Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agntc Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
would take place under, tho direction of
the Park Association.
A programme of tho day's sports will
snortiy oe preseniea to tnc public,
Sec K. P. A.
A merchant of Melbourne (whom,
some years ago, tho Into Justice
William .refused to meet because he
was in the butter trade) and on ec
centiic lady (now the widow of u
colonel, and at that time tho success
ful pioprietress of n milk-walk in
Melbourne) we're both owuers of
pigs and both were equally anxiotts
to obtain first prize nt the Agricultur
al Show. Tho butter-man's pig was
of a dingy brown colour, while the
dairy-maid's was a dirty whlto. And
the owner smiled when sho thought
what a change could be made iu
piggy's appearance by the aid of
soap, wate, and blue. So three times
a day th poor pig was washed for
seveiol weeks, until o lost- tho event
ful day ai-iivcd, and the buttqrfina,n
Good Bargain for a Mechanic
FURNITURE FOR SALE, consisting
of 2 bedrooms and kitchen one
room; pays half of rent. Good chnncc
for parties wishing to secure a house
furnished complete- No reasonable offer
refused. Apply 123 Nuuanu st. 895 lw
Y. M. 0. A. ROOMS.
Are now Dally Opened to the Public
From 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
A PLEASANT and commo lious read-
xx ing room, at the end of the hall
opposite the front entrance, is well
lighted and supplied with comfortable
Periodicals of latest dates and other
interesting reading blatter ls'pfovided,
to which will soon be added a valuable
Interesting games aro at hand, station,
cry and all other needfuls for writing,
and a pleasant place for a profitable
evening's entertainment is-freuly offered.
Tho parlor ialltted up for beauty and
comfort, with the'best furniture the
Honolulu market affords, and the weary
and indisposed can here find cheer and
comfort. These rooms are open to the
free use of young men of any of theso
Islands', nnd to all who como from
abroad and n cordial invitation is here
with extended to you to como and make
use of theso comforts nnd conveniences
and feel that you are at home.
Aside from general entertainments wo
shall offer, on Monday evenings, to nil
who desire, tho opportunity of studying
book-keeping with a competent teacher,
and shall endeavor soon to provide for
other evening claseeb of this nature, re
quiring as payment nothing but gentle
The new hull is ready 'for our enter
tcrtainments. and offered to tho public
for ull legitimate purpose consistent
with tho Association, as the most desir.
ablo audience room in this city.
AVo shall endeavor for the mutual
benefit of both employer and employe
to conduct as far as possible un
To t!d8 P'td wo invite conunuulaatlons
upon mis suuioqi irom uu persons on
theso islands who t uny tlmo may bo In
want of help, ussurlcg all such that wo
shall do all Jn our power to promptly
point out tho desirable persons, pot how.
ever always assuming the icsponslblllty
for character, as many of our applicants
will bo entire strangers to us.
We uu invito Communications from
any who hnvo comfortable rooms aud
boarding houses to offer ut reasonable
prices as we can often point out to you
such as nro seeking dcsirnblo homes.
Our aim is to assist louiig Men in all
legitimate ways, and to thisend wo shall
always bo ready to confer upon any
subject, with aft, for whoso mutual
benefit wo con woik. Address
General Secrcaary Y, M.' O. A.
801 Honolulu Otthu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real EBtato Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Mci chant street, --.-.. Hawaiian GazettcBlock.
Tho only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom. '
Laud and property forsnlo'ln albparts of Honolulu nnd the various Islands.!
Houses to lcuso and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. ' di ''
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. v ,
Books nnd Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos j subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life ' ' '
Insurance Company in tho World.
BSFCharges always moderate. ' JSgTolepkone No. 172.
TTOXJ CAJS 3BTTX
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHER'S
TVew Brug Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
848 lm JST IF Y0TJ D01TT BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale the Cargoes of tho ships '
" -AJberamaii " and " Janet Court,"
Recently arrived from Glasgow and Liverpool, respectively. Also, to arrive,
the Cargoes of the
British Steamship " Abergeldie,"
From London, now due; tho British sliip " Shandon," from Glnsgow, due July 1st;
and tho British bark " Isle of Anglesea," from Liverpool, due Aug. 1,
Comprising one of the largest and finest seleotion of goods
and Merchandise oyer imported to Honolulu, and which will bo offered to
tho trade, town and country housekeepers, and buyers generally, at ex
ceptionally favorable terms. .
'Dry G-oods, now on exhibition,
' At our Show Rooms, upstairs.
Saddles, Bridles, Harness and Whips.
Rolls Enelish Belting, 8, 4, 0. 8 and 10 inches.
.duis. okh auKiibu nunemeu nna, univanizca jbenco wire, jnos. 4, a ana o.
Cabes, Smith & McLean's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best imported
here, 6, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths 24 gaugo. Attention of consumers of this ar
tlclo is called to this particular brand, which never warps, cracks, or peels off
from the action of sun, and atmosphere , , , ,
Casks, Best English, Portland, Gorman and Rosendale Cement. ' '
Bales blue stripe, twilled and plain Sugar Bags, 500 to a Bale; tho genuine artlcl.
Balos heavy twilled Coal Bags best Scotch make, Bales 8, 4. and 5.ply.
Seaming and Roping Twine. .
Scotch Fire Biick, square and arch. Firo Clay. ' ,"""',
700 Tons Best Scotch SpliUt Ooal,"
The best and most economcal for Plantations, Steamers general use.-.is clear
and Jurapy, consequently, no waste; gives very little smOkoand soot, burns well
away and docs not clinker and burn up grate-bars; andiproduces 25 percent, more
steam than any other Bituminous Coal.
160 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adapted for ranges and cooking sycs.
A small lot of Anvils and Vices, for blacksmiths' use. , '
Bar Iron a good assortment; also Bars Steel.
Best Wool Burlaps, 42.inch, in 40-yard pieces. , ...
A few casks Assorted Glassware comnrlHlnir ftlnss nialira. Ttnwla. OnMnta
Tumblers, Sherries. Hocks, Ports, Clarots, Champagnes, Decanters, Dishes, Lamps
and other articles required by housekeepers.
A full assortment of Granlte-ware comprising Dinnor-sots Ewers and Basins,
Bowls; Dishes, Cup and Saucers, Plate3 and many other articles in this line. j
t , A FEW-SUPERIOR PIANOS, " '
In cottage style, from tho leading Berlin makers, which will bo offered on very
favorable terms. An inspection and trial of theso attractlvo Pianos is invited.
Three Cases of an especial make of Stooks'and Dies, tho most complete thing
of tho kind for plantation use. , , -
Belt lacings, Gulvanlzed Buckets, 10, 12, and 14-inch. Hosts Galvanized Tubs.
The finest brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits In u,sual variety. Also the following
SUGAR A.OIIEVER,Y,v ' l '
Of Mlrrlees, Watson & Co.'s unequalled make, tho superiority of which Is acknow
ledged by all Hawaiian Planters; and Manufacturers In Cuba, Brazil, Manila,
Queensland, Fiji and other sugar-produclng coup'trlcs, throughout tho worldi
Steam Clurlflers, Sugar Mills, Engines,
Centrifugals, Vacuum Pans, Pumps,
Iron Chimneys, Tanks, Boilers, etc.ctc.
Portable Tiamway and Cano Cars, Locoir&tjVCS( Kalis. '
t Jho ari5 of tho stcains'ulp Aborgeldlo was, Selected with great caro by our
.London Agentj unar the direct supervision of a mewber of our nrro, tnd consists'
Of a bCaUlUU! linn nf immli nnt liftlmrtn Imnnrlorl llnrn nirrMllam irlvlnn re" full
llstuud description of Good's will be. gent to our customers;' heads of famUfesrund
I the, ludlos of Honolulu. ' ' '"' -.-.'.- f gg