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MONDAY, 31 AY M, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Hand ntKinuiii Hqtmrc, at i :30
Harmonv Locke, I.O.O.R 7:1(0
Meeting Y. M. C. A., 7:30.
Algnrobn Lodge, nt 7:30.
Guild of tho Sons of tlio Cross,
(lolani College Branch,) at the
Sunday School Close, ut 7 :30.
for May reached us on Friday. This
time it is accompanied by an ex
cellent supplement, piovidcd by the
Y. M. C. A., containing a full
account of the Dedicatory Exercises,
the new building, etc. The enter
esting account of the missions in
new Guinea is continued and an
amusing account is given of Yale
College scientific apparatus a century
ago, from which a lesson to our own
Oaliu College is deduced. A char
acteiibtic anecdote of Judge Robert
son from the Editor's personal
experience is given and Mr. Fornnn
der contributes an able review of
Mr. John Inglis' Ancityumcsc
Grammar and Dictionary.
Thursday, May 10 J Lazarus,
violating Sect. 0 chap. '27 Session,
Laws 1878, remanded to 17th. Akoi,
remanded from 8th, rc-rcmauded to
11th. Luakaha, remanded from 9th,
fined $5 and $3.40 costs, ami his
liccnal ordered to be cancelled.
Friday, May 11 Kainakca, drunk,
forfeited SG bail, R. Foster and J.
Cruikshatik, lined 85 and 81 costs
each, l'aakeokco, assault and battery
lined $8 and SL20 costs. Kaulukoti,
alias Kualii, malicious in jury
sentenced to 14 days imprisonment
with Hard Labour, costs 81.
Thursday, May 10 Akuna vs."
Mnuclona, et . action of assumpsit
for $123.50 continued by consent to
17th Akin vs. Kema, action for
trespass damages $100 continued by
consent to 14th. Omen Yen I'au vs.
Lam Chock, action on promissory
note for $30, Judgment for plaintiff
for $30, Attorney $3, costs 3.45.
Ah Kai vs. Lee Hong, action on
promissory note for $50 defendant
confesses Judgment for $50 Attorney
$5, costs $3." Hopp & Co. vs. W.
Taylor, continued from 20th case
discontinued cost $2.
Friday, May 11 Foster-& Co.
vs. Kanalu, Kamahalc, Livai, and
Kalawaia, deserting contract service.
Livai, setlct out of court costs $2
the others ordeicd to return to
employer costs $3 each.
The stmr Australia at rived yesterday
morning from Sin Francisco and lcll
about 0 p.m. for Sydney.
The fctmr Iwalani brought 3760 bags
of Mig.ir and 20 head of cattle.
The stmr I.ehiin brought 11)82 bags of
sugar and 3 horses.
The stmr Kilauea lion brought 2570
bags of M.gar. She is at Brewer's w harf
anil will leave to-morrow at 4 p.m.
The . chr Eliukal brought 33j bags of
Tho stmr Sue, brought 800 tons of
The stmr s.s. Abergeldlo left Satin day
morning at !):D o'clock.
The O. S. S. Co's "Suez," Capt. Dodd,
left Sau Francisco on Friday, May 4th
1S33, at 3.30 p.m. arlved off Honolulu
Harbor on Saturday, May 12th at 8.30
a.m. 7 clays 17 hours passage.
The Caibalrlcn arrived in San Fran
cisco May Bid.
Sehr Wailelo brought 1252 bags sugar.
SelirLeabl brought 2045 bags ciigar.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Dickib linos., .shipbuilders of San
Francisco, have suspended payent.
Thk Suez made the sumo time going
over--UJs days--as the Coptic and
O.N Saturday morning as the Abergel
dlc was leavhie; tho wharf she collided
with tho Iwalani, part of the Abergeldle's
rail wti.i'auled away.
Tin: numerous friends of Mr. W. G.
Wilder will bo glad to learn that he has
considerably Impiovcd in health and has
gone on to lloston. He will probably
not return befoie July.
Tun s.s. Mailposa of tho O, S. S. Co's
ll)0 lui Jeft New York and will bo hero
in Jiin or nly The s.s. Alameda the
bceond 0f ;h imo lino was launched
about a fortulg.''1 duo here about
Li:r us I'onect an erron"""' ul'
predion which, wu hear, exists about
the nuw Y. M. 0. A, Hall that, hi order
to be admitted, one has to be u member
of church, Thin Is untrue, Anyone,
whether of no icllglou or any U'llglou,
Is fiou to cuter mid to partake of all tlui
ndvimto mid comfort t bo found
therein, It Is not even necessary to lui
it member of n church In order to becomo
a, Hivmbor of lltu .Unueltiliou, Iml It
in order 1o become a voting member,
llenicinbcr every one is invited to iiiaku
iifce or the bulldlnir with nil Its advan
Tin: British Benevolent Society's
meeting on Friday night at the British
Club was well attended, about -10 being
present. It was decided to celebrate the
anniversary by holding a ball on this
Queen's bhthdny. The price of tickets
whs Iked ut $2.00, to tuhnlt a gentleman
and hull';. The following gentlemen
weie appointed as managing committee,
wilh power to add to their number:
Messrs. T. H. Dnic.,, Haley, Levey,
lloldsworth, II. Benton, O. It. Luce, jr.,
II. Macfarlanc, Swanzy, T. Bee, D. Mon
.arrat, Slicppaul, Kennedy, dipt. Mist,
iVlkiuson and A. McKibhin.
OxFiiday night some of the Madras
Chinese passengers lowcied a boat ami
got away from the ship. Their absence
was speedily dlscovcied, and the captain
ordered blue lights to be burned to wnin
the guard-boat. When the fugitives saw
this they returned and were taken on
board. In consequence of this tho cap.
tain communicated yesterday to the
Deputy-Marshal the following set of
signals which he will use in futura
cases; 1st, a cannon tired at Intervals in
tho direction of the, town; 2nd, a sky
rocket in the direction the boat has
gone; 3rd, blue lights at Intervals, de.
noting the number of boats gone; ,th,
danger or distress signal-iocket ifniu.
tiny amongst passengers. No fresh cases
up'to Saturday morning have been dis
covered. KAHULUI NOTES.
From Our Own Correspondent.
The bgtne Consuelo, Cnpt. Drew,
sailed May 9th for San Francisco,
her cargo consisting of 71 Gl bags of
sugar, weighing 890,808 lbs., and
200 hides, valued at $60,038.13.
She also took the following passen
gers: Mrs. I. Farnswortli, Miss B.
Yung, Mrs. G. W. Coffee, Miss
Coffee, A. P. Jones and I. I. Ked-
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Latest Foreign. News.
Destructive cyclones iii Texas. Great
flic In Chicago, damage $00,000. Cy
clones along tho lower Mississippi.
Workingmen by the thousand ate strik
inj' at 1'ittsbunr. St. Louis and Shenan.
doali, for higher wages. The False Pi o
phet has been defeated in the Soudan.
Mexico is raising a loan. Gladstone has
been defe.ited in the Ilousc'of Commons
on the second reading of the Affirmation
Hill (to allow members to make a sim
ple affirmation instead of takingan oath
on cnteiingthe House.) General Crook
lias croBicit the Mexican fionticr in pur.
Mil t of Apaches without consent. Severe
earthquakes have occurred in Chill and
Colombia, ono island on the coast of Co
lombia lias entirely disappeared. An
Irish Convention has been held ntPhila.
tlelpliia, dynamite npproed of. "Num.
bcr One" has been discovered, Tynan, au
Irish commercial traveller, now hi Am.
erica. J. L. Sullivan, the pugilist, is
dying, drink and fast living the cause.
The Chicago Times urges that the im
mense number of Chinese now coining
into this country will jeopardize the
Treaty: suggests negro labor instead.
'the Hawaiian Minister nt Washington
authorizes the statement that Chinese
inimigi.ition lb Hawaii lias been btop
pcd. The mail steamship Eureka was
wrecked oil' tho Alaskan coast and will
move n total loss; noljves were lost,
The steamer (.trappier, with nlioitt 100
passengers on boaul, was burned iuBri
tish Columbia waters; it is not known
how many lives were lost.
New York, May 1. The Hawaiian
delegation to Russia leave to-morrow on
the Pavonia. After tho Czar's coronation
they return home via Suez. Secretary
Poor said today j "Wo have no fears ot
danger from dynamite during tho coio-
A Lni'gc Invoice of
Just Received per Suez,
Displayed This Week
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
A. M. MELMS
104 Fort Street.
On King street, near Punch
bowl street, in ono of tho
most central localities in
Honolulu, I havo three piettyCottago
Rooms to rent to gentlemen. Theo
rooms (15 x 10) have just been built and
newly and neatly furnished, with bath
rooms, water, ple.isant grounds, shade
ticcs, and all conveniences. To gentle,
men whodo.lio a comfortable abode no
better iuducciiiunt can bo offered hi the
citv. Address or apply to
J, J., WJSJJMAN,
Real Estate and House Broker,
400 3w 37 Meichaut street.
Proposals for Library Building
SEALED PROPOSALS for the erec
tion of tho building designed for
tljo Llbiary and Reading Room AhhooIii.
lion wiii bo received up to and lucjuil
1,, Saturday, ju'i,;' Mil.
EtJnl.'."M may bo maup fr the whole
or any pint of raid wink,
Paulo making eMlmute wl glvo
their figures for tho masonry Including
slato j oof, earpoiilor work, postering,
painting, mid plum bin v and gas lilting
Pinna ami spool Drill Ions imu be been
mid I'Mlimitos handed III tit the olllco of
A. J.CHuwrlglil, Chairman of lho Jhilhl.
lug Vpmmttv?i WT
nation. 'When wo received the invita
tion to attend, we were told thntevciy
precaution had been taken to guard
against the doings of tho Nihilist, 'lho
Kremlin Iseaieltilly guaidi-d, mid the
only possible danger would lie to the
Czar himself and to those Immediately
mound htm, fiom the throwing of
bomb.. We are not In the least rcluc
tnnt to go. We hae been told It is to
be the grandest affair of the kind that
New York, Api II 20. Scvcial cases of
lcpio.y hau'bten dlcovcicd in this
city, and, In the opinion of medical nil.
thorlties, leprosy 1 increasing In the
united states. II is leporleil to come
from different countries.
Dublin, May 3, :i p.m. The Grand
Jury have returned tutu bills ngnin.t
Tynan, Walsh and Sheildnn for murder,
and against FltzhnrrN as accessory after
tho fact. The three llrst mentioned are
supposed to be in America. It is under
stood tho English Government will de
mand their extradition. Tho Grand Jury
have also found Hue bills against Ed.
ward O'Brien and Edward jMcCnnncy,
for participating In the minders of Cav
endish ami Burke.
GOOD SIZED TENT.
300 4t F. A. SC U AEFEll & Co.
Ex " City ok Ni:w Yoiik,"
AT HAND THIS DAY.
May 11, '63. (393) BOLLES & Co.
Opened This Day, Monday,
May 14, at 12 noon.
Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited to the
Lunch from 12 to 2 p. ni.
2t Prospectus on the premises. 309
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
KAPIOL ANI PARK,
JUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com
priso tho Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGuew, W. G. InwiK, .
II. A. "WlDEMAXN, A S. CliEOHOllN,
Cecil Buown, Fiunk Brown,
II. R. Macfaui.ani:, James Dodd,
J. E. Wiseman, Secro tary.
The Races will commence at 10 A.M.
Hurdle Race; one iciic dash: 4 hur.
dies; frc-5 to all; catch weights.
2nd LEAHI CUP,
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights. .
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free for all.
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 8 in
o 10 naincss; tree tor all.
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred hoises not having a
better record than 1 :57.
Running Race; ono mile heats; best
a in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
Running Race; K mllodash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony Rnco; ono mile dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high ; catch weights.
Running Raco; mile dash; open to
nil horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kaplolanl Park.
Trotting Raco; milo heats; best 2 in
3 to hiuhcss; owners to drive.
Trotting Raco; ono mile; free to all
horses that have never run hi any
13th-F00T RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will be arranged as soon as the
maungcnicnt can conveniently do so.
All horses entered for the above races
will bounder the control of tho Judges,
and their decision will bo llnul.
All Running Races will bo under the
rules of the Paellle Blood Horse Assoc!.
atlon, excepting as to weights.
All hordes to carry a rider. '
All Trotting Ruces will bo under tho
rules of the National Trotting AsHoola.
No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
All horses that are told In Pools will
bo ruled out,
Penults to train horses nt tho Park
Truck omi hu obtained from the Score,
Jockeys' eoloisnufit accompany en.
Ju nider to fcccmo mid maintain ouler,
no ono will hg allowed on the tuioU
without tlio .Wonliltlun badge, which
limy bo obtained frum lllW UlWCtnry nt
the I'uik ground.
Admittance n tho Pmhi Pcdestvlims
fieo; Hnrsos and Morso nnd Carriage
o0 cU,;iidmllinm'o to flrmid Stand, tl,
Ji J!. Vi.ma,n, Sevictmy,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to ho raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magueso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
. Lubricating Oils ot every description at lowest market rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rice and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carrlngo Lamps,
New Goods constantly arriving.1
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, '
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Merchant street, 'Hawaiian Gnzctto 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
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and, Visitor, wilh
18 Chromos ; subscription $ 1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
BSrChargcs always moderate. Telephone No-173-
YOU CIV BTJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PAIlER & THACHER'S
IVevr Drug Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
nor XS TQTJ
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale the Cargoes of the ships
' A-toeniMiaii " urwl Janet Court,'
Recently arrived from Glasgow and Liverpool, respectively.
the Cargoes of the
British Steamship " Abergeldie,"
From London, now duo; the British ship " Shandon," from Glasgow, due July 1st;
and the British bark " Islo 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 offered to
the trade, town and country housekeepers, and buyers generally, at ex
ceptionally favorable terms.
Dry Goods, now on exhibition,
At our Show Rooms, upstairs.
Saddles, Bridles, Harness and Whips.
Rolls English Belting, 3,4, 0,8 and 10 inches. -
Bdls. Best English Annealed and Galvanized Fence "Wire, Nos. 4, C and 0.
CabeB, Smith & McLean's celebrated Galvanized Corrugated Iron, the best Imported
here, C, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths 24 gauge. Attentioa of consumers of tills ar
ticle is called to this particular brand, which never warps, cracks, or peels off,
from the action of sun, and atmosphere,
Casks.Best English, Portland, German and Rosendale Cement.
Bales blue stripe, twilled and plain Sugar Bags, 500 to a Bale; the genuine articla.
Bales heavy twilled Coal Bags best Scotch make, Bales 8, 4 and 5-piy.
Seaming and Roping Twine.
Scotch Fire Brick, square and arch. Fire Clay. , . .... r
OO Toil Best Scotch Bpliut Coal,
The best and most econoracd for Plantations, Steamers general use, is clear
and lumpy, consequently,, no waste; gives very little smoke and soot, burns well
away and docs nor clinker and burn up grate-bars ; and produces 35 per cent,' more
bleum than any other Bituminous Coal.
150 TONS BEST WELCH COAL, Especially adapted for ranges and cooking stoves.
A small lot of Anvils and Vices, for blacksmiths' use.
Bar Iron a good assortment; nlso Bars Steel.
Best Wool Burlaps, 42.nch, in 40-yard pieces.
A few casks Assorted Glassware' comprising Glass Dishes, Bowls, Goblets,
Tumblers, Sherries, Hocks, Ports, Clarots, Cuampaguc3, Decanters, Dishes, Lamps
and other articles required by housekeepers. t
A full assortment of Granlte.warocomnrlslncr DInnor.si'ts E.vrm nnrl TUslns.
Bowls, Dishes, Cup and Saucers, Plates and many other articles in this line.
A FEW SUPERIOR PIANOS,
In cottage stylo, from tho leading Berlin makers, which will bo offered on very
favorable terms. An Inspection and trlul of those attractive Pianos Is invited.
Three Cases of an inpoci.il nuke of Stocks and Dies, the most complete thing
of the kind for phiutntion use.
Belt.laelngs, Galvanlzod Buckots, 10, 13, uud 14-lucli. Nests Galvanized Tubs.
Tl.o finest brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits in usual variety. Also tho following
Of Mlrrlccs, "Wntoon & Co.'s unoquollod mako, tho superiority of which is aoknowj
ledgcdbynll Hawaiian Planters; ami Manufacturers In CJubu, Brazil, Manila,
tiueeuslaml, Fiji and other sugar.produolng countries, throughout thcr worlA'
Steam Clarlllcre, Sugar Mills, Euglncs,
Centrifugals, Vnoumn Pans, Fump,
Iron Uhlmuoys, Tanks, Hollers, ctc.,ct,
Portable Tramway and Cimo Cira, Locomotives, Hulls,
mi . . ii. !.. it tit .... . .
'Uioeargoni mo Bie.iiusuip .Mi.rgoiuiu was setecioii wtui great earn by our
London Auuut. under the direct supervision of u momber of our llrm, mid coiihIhIu
or n beautiful lino of goods, not hitherto Imported hero, Circulars giving a full
list and description of Hoods will bo sent to our customer, huuiW "f lainliUu.uiul
iiiu miivsoi iiunuiuiu, Mfii
DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT,
Also, to arrive,