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"WEDNESDAY, MAY 1G, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting, Building Commitcc
Andrew's Cnthcdml, nt 2.
Novelty Show Aimless Woman
Afternoon mul Evening.
Regular Monthly Meeting Y. M.
C. A., tit Ilnll, nt7:i)0.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel 1'rnyer Meeting, nt 7:30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usunl
services, nt 7:30.
At It Again.
Wo learn that a largo quantity of
brick is landed at Ililo for building
a new Custom House. Wo cannot
remember of seeing any call for ten
ders for such. It hardly seems
possible that the Minister of the In
terior would so far forget himself ns
to let out by private contract a work
of this kind. His first duty is to
have prepared by the proper officer
the plans and specifications, and
then call for tenders. It is no part
of the Minister of Interior's duties to
become nn importer of brick or any
thing else without n full knowledge
of the requirements, and that can
only bo arrived at in the proper
way. It is not even enough to say
that he has consulted the Minister
of Foreign Affahs, President of the
Board of Health, President of the
Board of Education, Attorney-General
ad interim, &c, &c, they
may be all efficient in their several
places and know but very little
about erecting suitable buildings.
Thelcrn Excelsior is desehnrglug at
Thebnik Beeic had 15 days of bad
weather: part of her bulhvniks wcic
washed aw ay.
The bktnc Eureka is transfering her
BJgar to the Sue.
The bark Discovery brought S3,CG2
pUgs of general merchandise. She is
consigned to Haekfeld &, Co.
The U. S. S Essex was to leave Calluo
in Mai ch for thispoit.
The Clans Sprockets has anived at
Tnr. Noxclty Show was open yester
day afternoon ntid evening, and nltinct
ed n good number of people. Do dot fall
to Fie this Wonderful Aiinlc-a Lady.
Tin: fout-bnll match on Sntutdny af.
tcrnonn between the Iolnnl College lmjs
and those of Fort sticet School resulted
in a icloiy for neither paity. Muster
E. Stiles kicked one goal for the Col.
lege, but It v ns disputed. On the w hole
the balance scorned to be In favor of the
. . .
Mi:ssns. J. Williams & Co. hac just
produced n scilos of splendid photo
graphs of His Majesty. Thoy nic with
out doubt the finest and most tiuc to na
tore that have ns yet been taken. Some
of them represent him in the uniform of
nn Austrian General, and others in his
cavalry uniform. They arc now on ex-hlbltlon.
This is Cnptnln Dodd's last trip to
Honolulu in the Suez. On his return to
San Francisco he is to bo married and
go for a bridal tour to the Old Country.
Wo wish him every happiness in the
now stuto Into which ho is to enter, and
wo hopo to sec him and his bonnlc bride
pay a visit to the Islands in tho not dis
Another rcolulion In Ihiyti Smnll.
po supposed to Iiiim) liioken out nt Vis
iiliti, U.il., rase strictly (plan n ined.
New York, May 2. Captain Lads, en.
gincer of Hie Misiilppi jetty system,
-howtii n Tclegmm lepotter the tollow.
lng dispatch, leeched today fiom Tchu
uuicpui: Mlnntllnn, Apt II DO. At twelve to-day
tho wiik ol the shin railway was olllcl-
ally lnauguiated, In the piesonro of
Major Cieiicial lgmirto Mc.in ui.d the
Policial and Statu authorities, nccoidlng
to llie usual forms. '1 heie was great re
juicing on the ground. I congratulate
you on the commencement of this under,
taking. Leiything is very fnVornble.
St. Petersburg, May 1. The author
ities bi.llcc the Nihilists nro preparing
for simultaneous disturbances in unions
pnits of the Empire during the corona,
tion cerenioiiics of the Oar.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Wn lenrn that on tho 2nd of next
month Mr. and Mrs Ed. Hcimbcigor
pianists, and Ilerr Jacob Mullcr, bari
lone, will leave San Fianclsco for Jlono
lulu. They intend giving a series of
concerts hcic, audwc believe their re
putatlon in the States is a sufficient
guaiantcc for their success here.
Wn nic informed that considerable
systematic milk stealing goes on in'this
community. Ono night this week a
number of cans, pitchers, &c, with the
milk in them were stolen from residents
on King sttcet by some one in a vehicle.
The police ought to keep an eye open
for such offences, butpiobably there arc
not enough of them to be put on duty
where theso offences arc most frequent.
OWING to my leaving Honolulu for
the other "Islands 'lor one month,
nil panics are notified to call for their
Watches and Juwclry on or before Mon
day next, May 21st.
40J lw MAX ECKART.
Suitable for Stock Ranches whero water is required to ho raised from gulches
to pasturo lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Rofrigeratorc, Brooms of superior quality,
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely flic-proof. , ,,
' Lubricating Oils of every description al lowest tnarkot rales.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bug Holders just the thing for Rico nnd Sugar Mllls;-
Dlffercntlal Pulley Blocks, Carrlago Lamps.1'",
May 2Cth, 1S83.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tiik Suez leaves on Friday next, the
"Thai's an Austuliau joke," funny
man of the Commercial.
Mn. Giceley, formerly of Ithe Baldwin,
is now manager of the Hawaiian Hotel.
Mr. Greeley's reputation is a guarantee
of what he can be amongst us, nnd, we
aro sure, from little he has as yet been
able to bhow, that he will certainly do
ns well in future as he has elsewhere in
the past. Mr. Graham, who has given
satisfaction as noting manager for some
time, will still remain at tho Hotel.
New Stmjsr.fS aSe-w Solos,
NCM" DllCtM, NOW IttllCCN
New ITavecw, New Jolccs.
Secure your Tickets Early.
Reserved Scats can bc.socurcd at J. W.
Robertson & Co's. 403
KAMEHAMEHA DAT !
, New Goods constantly arriving.
i. Hi i
Full lines of Plows nnd Agricultural Instruments,
'" i I i
Full assortment of Agnto Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Ifiaii winds nnd dust, varied by high
winds and ruin, seems to bo the order of
the day with the Clerk of tho Weather.
Tnr. Building Committee of St. An
dicw's Cathedral will meet nt 2 o'clock
this nfternoon at tho onlce of Thco. II.
Davies & Co.
Wn desire to call our reailcis' special
nttention to the advertisement of Messrs.
(. W. Macf.irlane & Co., which appears
in another column. Owing to tho limited
space at our command we arc unable
to gle the whole of the advertisement
at one time. Jt will therefoic bo con
tinued fiom day to clay until it is
finished. The articles described w ill bo
on view to-morrow. Our readers aro
specially invited to bo present. They
will find t'ie ai tides of a superior class
to anything ever before imported into
these inlands. There has been nothing
like them ever seen here and a visit is
in itself nn education in ait.
KAPIOL ANI PARK,
JUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com
priso the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. 3, S. McGnnw, W. G. Ikwin,
H. A. WlOEMANX, A. S. Cl.EOIlOIlN,
Cecil Buown, Fiiank Brown,
H. R. Mackakt.ani:, James Dodd,
J. E. Wiseman, Score tnry.
Oun thanks nro due to Messrs. J. W.
Robeitson & Co. for files of papers by
all tho late mails. Our readers have thus
tho benefit of complete news from all
parts of tho world.
Strings of Chinese were going along
tho streets in singlo file yesterday to bo
shipped to tho other islands. All the
roitusucsc were discharged from tho
Immigration Depot yesterday.
Messrs. Williams & Co. received by
tho last mail copies of tho Lcipsic Illus
trated Nows, in which were engravings
of tho Coronation, taken from their
Tjie Band gityo ou excellent concert
on Monday evening at luo Hawaiian
Hotel, In honor of tho Captain au ofl3c
crs of tho Nayezdnik. His Majesty was
Mu. P. C. Jones' Book-keeping Class
at tho Y.M.C.A. was cot held on Mon-
day night, on account of tho debate, tt
will bo held again neat! j.2bnday night,
and no more postponements will bo
The subject of the next debate nt tho
Y.M.O.A. will be, " Is it probable that
these lslauds will havo cable communi
cation with tho Continents in tho next
10 years?" All aro Invited to attend and
to prepare for tho debate.
The debate ou Monday night at the
Y.M.C.A. Hall was rather thhily attend,
cd. Tho question, "Is tho accumulation
of wealth in tho hands of individuals
beneficial to n community?" was an
uwered in the negative after a somewhat
Count Robert has started in businoss
for himself in tho catering line, and so
far ho has kept up his reputatior splcn.
dldly, His friends aro greatly pleased
to seo tho elegant rtylu In whlcl, ovciy.
thing is fixed, nud we prophesy a good
run of biibiuess.
HAVING been appointed Guardian
of M. Mahuka, minor, son of the
late M. Mahuka, deceased, and attorney
in fact for Luukla (w,) widow of said
M. Mahuka, deceased; all persons nro
hereby icqucstcd to settle all matters
pertaining to tho estate of said M. Ma
huka, deceased, with tho undersigned,
nnd they are hereby notified that Mr.
Simon 1C. Kaai has no authority what
ever in the matter. A- HOSA,
Guardian of M. Mahuka, minor, and
attorney in fact for Luukin (w,) widow
of the late M. Mahuka, deceased.
Honolulu, May 10, 1883. 403 8m
FROM English into Hawaiian, dono
bv J. SHELDON, Leave orders
nt tho office of this papor. 401 2w
A SITUATION as BOOK-KEEPER
on a Sugar Plantation) 2 years
on last plantation ; good references. Ad
dress G. R. M., Bulletin office. 401 8t
"oraer of Alnfcea ouA Hotel Streets
" AmSBSoQ & EVENING,
GO AND GSE THE LADY
Crochet, Embiolclor, Y7rito, &c,
Willi Her Toca !
Nothing hutn quiit, moral exhibition
whcio sho solicits tho patronage of the
A-timissioi?, 85 Cents.
A Ijtuse Invoice of
Just Received per Suez,
Displayed This Week
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
A. M. MELLIS,
101 Fort Sticct.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
sharp. j .
Hurdle Race; ono mile dash; 4 hur
dles; free to all; catch weights.
2nd LEAU1 CUP,
Mule Race; ono mile dash; free for
all ; catch weights.
Running Race; oncimile heats; best
2 in 3; free for all.
4th KING'S CUP,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; free for nil.
Running Raco; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1:57.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free to all Hnwaiian- bred
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3j) frco to all Hawaiian bred
Running Race; JSf mile dash; frco to
all Hawaiian bred horses wo years
Pony Rncc; pno mile dash; open to
all ponies bred. In the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high;' catchwoights.
Running Race; mile dash; open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolanl Park.
Iltli AMATEUR CUP,
Trotting Raco; milo heats; best 2 in
U to' harness; owners to 'drive.
Trotting Race; ono mile; free to all
horses (hut havo never trotted in any
public race. v
13111-FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will bo arranged ns soon as tho
management C3I1 conveniently do so.
AllWscs entered for the Jibove races
will ho under tho control of the Judges,
and their decision will bo final.
AH Running Races will bo under tho
rules of tho Paclllo Blood Horso Assool.
ntlon, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trottin'Races will bo under the
rules of tho National Trotting Assocla-
VoPCol selling will be allowed on tho
Park grounds. , . , . .
AllWes the J nro sold In Pools will
bo ruled out, ,
Permits to train horses At the Park
Track can bo obtained from tho E?'u-c-tary.
Jockeys' colors must accompany en
In pider to sccuio and maintain order,
no ono will bo allowed on thu track
Without, tho AsspcuUon badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Secretary at
the Pm k gioundH. ' in
Admittance to tho Pink; Pedestrians
free; Horses and Horsos and Carriages,
00 cts.; admittanco to Grand Stand, fl.
J. n, AVitfKM.'y, Secretary,
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Mci chant street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker In the Kingdom.
Laud and property for sale In all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu nnd suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books nnd Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with '
i 18 Chromos ; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in tho "World.
CSTChargcs nlwnys moderate. CSTclcphone No.,172.
YOTT CLAJLV 3BTJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHEK'S
lYew Irugf; Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
348 lm i- IT YOTJ D0ITT BELIEVE IT, JTJBT TEY IT.
UX JUllllU JJXX. X zz
Thursday, May 17th.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
WE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OP THE PUBLIC to the arrival
of our new Invoices Just received per Steamer Abergeldlo from London,
comprising tho largest and most varied assortment of Goods and Merchandise over
impmtedto this Kingdom nnd which will be ready for Exhibition at our Sales
Rooms on Thursday next. May 17th. "
In offering these goods for sale we take great pleasure in informing tho Ladies
of Honolulu and of tho other Islands that we havo anticipated every want in their
line, and are now prepared to show thorn tho choicest'llnc of Goods ever offered
for sale here, having been carefully selected by a member of our Firm from the
veiy latest stocks of the leading House of London and Paris, with reference to tho
particular necessities and requirements of'thls community. ""
jMany of the' articles referred to are of the voiy latest and most unique designs,
nud ns thu venture Is mainly expei (mental to test tho wants of our ladies, thay may
be regarded as merely sample lots. Ladles will do well therefore to call early, as
the goodswill bo disposed of as soon as psslblo, to make room for our extensive
block of goods for the city and country trado.
Wo wish to call particular attention to the following Grand Exhibition pieces
from the woiidrfamed Manufactory of messes, it, p. daniell & co., of London,
the suipasslng beautiful examples of their woikmanship, having attracted tho
notice and admiration of Napoleon III., who granted thu Senior Danicll free and,
exclusive permission to reproduce from the old models'at the Government.works
nt Sevres. It Is not surprising thcieforo to noto that this now world-renowned
house havo tnken every tirst prUe medal at all of the great International Exhibl-
tions on the Continent for the past twenty years.
The piece du lesistanco of this art collection Is a sui'Eitn l'liOMETiiRtm vasb
nnd cover of tiuquoino blue ground,, nnd colored majolica, with emblematic ilgmes
nt sidi's, nud the chained Prometheus and viiltuie, most elaborately and beautifully
wrougut on tuc cover, mo uoove is mo luenncai picco inatscciireu too mc pruo
nt thu great paws inteunationai. exhimtion or 1808. Some Idea of the value
of this work of art can bo formed from the fact thi;t it underwent fifteen hcparatu
tiials befoio arriving nt Its ptesent perfected state of form and color. Tho
unusually large siio of the piece tendering it apt to split in two, on account of tho
sevcilty of tho heat to which it is exposed in tho firing. Tho color combinations
are stiiklngly cffeetlvo, and tho delicate handling of tints Is a marvel of artistic skill.
There will also he ou oxhibltlon a l'Ain or magnificent vases reproduced
from old Sevres models, granted to Mr. Daniel by His Imperial Majesty Napoleon.
Hi. They are of rose uventurlno tint, surmounted with exotio birds of most
bilillant and beautiful plumage, and elaborately and richly finished in gold
ornamcntntlpn, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals with mnrble tops and
crimson plinths'. Also a most exquisite taiile oentkii fieoe in turquolso mul
gold, with parinn supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, very richly
ornamontod in gold, This piece Is from old Sevres' examples for great exposition
specimens, nnd has taken tho first prizes at all competitive European Exhibition
Tho abovo mentioned pieces will icninln on exhibition at our Show Rooms for
two or three weeks, after which thoy will be sent, co San Francisco and New York
for exhibition and sale.
In addition to tho foregoing there are s,omo smaller pieces in tho same lino
whlcji aro deserving of especial ntentlou, notably A like size cockatoo with
wings spieadj flower holders at sides and chastely finished in ornnmcntatloitr
This is a most surpilslugly effective piece, nnd the coloring Is so faithful to Nature
as to be leiillstlc In tho extreme. Also
oK.1 JAimiNiKUK with Kityr handles most exquisitely decorated in mottled
colors and gold aventurluo with two ebonUed tripods, with pedestals uud crimson
i tt.-m.lit vnl vit Ktimd for samo. Also
n.ii iimiKin nitmvivui.- nn fimr font liliin trrnilml nnd nllvr'r mrthnMiilfUltri i!
(To bo Continued) ,
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