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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cnsh Snlo nt Sales Room,
of Lyons & Lcvcry nt lOo'clock.
Novelty Show Armless "Woman
Afternoon mul Evening.
Regular Monthly Meeting Y. M.
C. A., ntllnll, at 7:510.
Conceit nt Music llnll nt 7 :t50.
Alga oba Lotljo, nt 7: HO.
I' Band ntEnuna Square, nt 7:00
Monday, May 14 D. Travcrs,
drunk (oid offender), fined 810 ami
81 costs. Mniliui, Kiehu, Paona
and M. Doyle, drunks, forfeited SG
bail each. Pio, drunk, fined 85 and
SI costs. F. Davis, remanded to
the 15th. M. Lewis, remanded from
tho 12th, forfeited 8G bail. Knpo
kio, assault and battery, forfeited
S10 bail. Akoi, remanded from the
10th, rc-rcmnnded to the 19th. r.
Pcrcira, remanded from the 9 th,
committed to tho July term of the
Supreme Court. Ah lieu, remanded
from the 30th April, rc-rcniandcd to
Monday, May 11 G. "W. Pilipo
vs. Kamahana, action of assumpsit
for 888, continued to the 21st.
Same vs. Kukuilani, action of as
sumpsit for 8100, continued to the
21st. T. B. Murray vs. R. Meek,
action of assumpsit for 819.75;
judgment confessed for 18.25, costs
S3. 10. F. J. Iliggins vs. M. Gcrst
lcy, action of assumpsit for SG5,
settled out of Court, costs 82. Con
chec & Ahung vs. G. M. Nordberg,
action of assumpsit for 820, con
tinued to the 21st. Same vs. G. W.
Patterson, action of assumpsit for
S12 ; judgment for plaintiff for 812,
costs S4.G5. Conehcc & Achat vs.
J. Copelaud, action of assumpsit
for $10.25; judgment for plaintiff
10.25, costs 84.80. Akoi vs Kcma,
continued from the 10th, continued
to the 17th.
The schr Lentil took 12 men 8 women
nnd 35 children to Hamakua plantation.
The ship Glcubcivle is discharging at
Tho bktuc Discovery Is at Brewer's
The schr Julia will go on the marine
1. Cameron, chief officer, took up the
Iwalanl on Tuesday, on account of the
illness of Capt Bates.
The bark C. II. Bishop took 25,010
bags of sugar, 3 kegs of sugar, 2,2S3
bags of rice, GO bags of coffee, 70 bags
of awa root, 14 cases of effects.
Emma square concert.
The Band will give a moonlight
concert at Emma Square this even
ing, commencing at 7:80 o'clock.
Tho following is the programme :
Overture Queen of Spades Suppo
Peer's CI orus Iolanthe, new.. Sullivan
Kiss Wa.tz Merry War, new
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Selection Irish Melodies Maanen
Quartette Bigoletto Verdi
Two Quicksteps, new Parlow
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tire Y. M. C. A. hold their regular
monthly meeting to-night instead of
last night as erroneonsly reported by us
In yesterday's issue.
Messrs. W. O. Smith & Co., stock
brokers, report the sale of 4 shares Stai
Mill Co. at 9500 each and 1 share Koloa
Sugar Co. nt $1,000.
Wjiy didn't tho Gatclte answer its
Puncan Mactavlsh " conundrum this
Week instead of keeping us waiting a
week for rin WPr? The wait makes
tho conundrum a wefojWy one.
The tableaux to-night at 'fc?Mus,c
Hall aroropoited by thoso who have'
seen tho rehearsals ns being just too
beautiful for anything, so wo aro to have
u speeiul treat to-night.
We learn with great satisfaction that
an attempt will ho mndo to institute
prosecutions for cruelty to animals by
tho Hack Police. It Is tlmo such a step
By the Discovery a nntivo Hawaiian
named Pilipo Wnhlawa returned from
Washington Territory after an absence
of over 20 years. Ho biings a wife and
4 children, Ho will rclnto his sfory at
the Kaumakapllt church tills week.
Oun readers will see a further instill,
ment of Messrs. G. W. Macfnrlano &
Co.'a Immenso advertisement in this
Issue. They will have an opportunity
of beelngtho goods for themselves to
day, as this is tho opening day. Fiom a
privuto view wo uoto down tho follow.
Ingnrticlcs as worthy of inspection by
every visitor: tho "Proiiicthcuq Vine
tus" vnsc, Esqulmnu nnd seal umbrella
stand, paror-wolghts (glnss globes with
n winter scene, In which, by being slink,
en n snow-storm may bo producc.l), vases
(imltntlon Scvics), n model of a Venetian
gondoln in slhcr, some pieces of potlciy
from tho Royal Danish Porcelain works,
claict pitchers (sliaj o.l like a duck, a
wnlru, &c.,) wall clocks In porcelain.
3ln. G. West has now on baud another
very largo bus built for the Wnlklki
route of Mr. James Dodd. It Is built
after the English stylo with scats on tho
loot so as to accommodate double tho
usual number of passcngcis. It Is ex.
pected to be finished In time for the
A few days ago wo noted an accident
to a native nnincd Kcalolia dilvlng a
drny on Mnunakca street, by which ho
broke his leg. Ho wa3 taken to tho His
pital, but refused to stay and wns taken
back to his home. A gentleman who
takes considerable Interest In tho health
of Hawallnns sought him out for the
purpose of persuading him to plnco
himself under piopcr treatment. On
arriving at the house ho found doors and
windows nil locked and fastened. On
gaining admittance he; found six other
inmates in the one small room. The
room wns in an indescribable condition
of dirt. At first tho man had had his
leg bandaged, but ns that had hurt lilm
the bandage had been taken off, and
now the lower part of tho leg and foot
were swollen enormously. The course
of treatment was simply "praying over
thy leg." And yet not even tho oiler of
money would tempt that man to go to
the Hospital for proper treatment.
Where Is this spread of Sanitary know
ledge that hns been boasted of?
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
THIS DAY, THURSDAY,
Regular Oasli Sale !
at 10 a.m., at Salesroom,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Crockery, Household Furniture.
Coils Rope, Chinese Matting, and
Sacks Potatoes and Carrots,
ex stmr Suez.
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, etc.,
ONE TWO-WHEELED BUGGY,
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
The Master and Accents of
tho bark " Glcnbcrvie" will
'tint ln incrrti.elliln frw rlf.ltta
contracted bv any member of
the crow, without their written orders.
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
403 lw Agents.
Ice will be Delivered
From the Artesinn Ice Works
On Saturday Morning,
the 10th instant.
W. E. FOSTER.
HAVING been appointed Guardian
of M. Manuka, minor, son of the
late M. Mahuka, deceased, and attorney
in fact for Luukia (w,) widow of said
M. Mahuka, deceased; all persons are
hereby requested to scttlo all matters
pertaining to tho estate of said M. Ma.
hukn, deceased, with the undersigned,
nnd they are hereby notified that Mr.
Simon It. Knal has no authority what
ever in tho matter. A. HOSA,
Guardian of M. Mahuka, minor, and
attorney in fact for Luukia -(w.) widow
of the fate M. Mahuka, deceased.
Honolulu, May 15, 1883. 403 8m
. NOVELTY SHOW,
Corner of Alakea and Hotel Streets
AFTERNOON & EVENING,
GO AND SEE THE LADY
Crochet, Embroider, Write, &c.,
With Her Toes !
Nothing butfft quiet, moral exhibition
where bho solicits tho patronage of the
Admission, 25 Cents.
Not as yet generally known.
T'EPui.'.1'0 throughout Honolulu may
x ., .owtmU tho premises recently
nptkn., v Hcniok, nt No. 110
occupied by "Y.- . pnUiopn SU-
l'ort Street, opposite tho .
bles, is now known ns tho
" City Shoeing Shop."
This new Establishment, will be a
sourceof gratification to ourcommunfty,
inasmuch ns cruel and torturous shoeing
has heretofore been to largely practiced
on man's noblest animal by so called,
Edward Doyle, tho woll known ox
perlenced and skilful Horso Shoer, is
innnngcr of this shop, which is a recom
mciidatlon in itself, uinl with tho practi
cal assistance of Andrew Brown, tho
Doorman, our citizens may fully rely on
their merits as muster mechanics.
It would well repay our citizens to
visit nnd examine Soaking Stalls and
Foot Tubs arranged nnd built expressly
for operating on wounded and disabled
horses, which no other shop In this
Kingdom has adopted.
S. I. SHAW,
Proprietor " City Shoeing Shop."
388 tf 110 Fort Street.
Latest Foreign WewB.
Dublin, May 2. Tlio sentence of Do
Inney will probably be commuted to life
servitude. Joseph llunlon, awaiting
trial, hns llnnliy accepted as proven. Ho
will confirm tho evidence of tho two
Careys against the thirteen prisoners In
KUmiilnlinm Jail charged with conspl
incy to niuidor.
Mlfintllan Is tho northern terminus of
the ship lallroad, and is on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus of Tcliunutcpcc.
Tails, April 80. The expedition to
Tonquln hns produced such excitement
in China that it is deemed prudent to re
tain several Ficnch ironclads near
Shanghai nnd Hongkong. Therefore
onlyapoition of tho squadron in Chin
esu waters will proceed to Tonquln. It
is expected that Captain liccrgnvnlso,
tho French Envoy nt Annam, will bo up
pointed Lieutenant-Governor of Ton.
quill, where the protectorate is establish
ed. It Is stated that tho French Minis
tcr nt Peking, ordered to return home,
has been Instructed to remain till fur
Boston, April ll.tn the Tewksbury
Almshouse investigation to-dny Frank
Darker, formerly ill charge of the lusano
building, said the beds were in a lllthy
condition in tho uinlo wards. Ho had
charge of the bathing of male patients in
a tank ten by fifteen feet and one foot
deep. As many as eighty four bathed in
tho same water, which was rarely
changed. Patients would object to going
in. and they had to be put in by force
The Governor attempted to have the tlsti
mony of what an insane female Inmate
had told tho witness introduced, but
after a warm discussion it was sup
prescd. London, April 15 The Marquis of
Lorno will piobably succeed tho Mar
quis Ripon as Viccioy of India.
London, April 2 Coleridge, Lord
Chief Justice of England, has returned
a decision in favor of Charles Brad
laugh in the action bi ought against
Bindlnugh in regard to the latter sitting
and voting in the Commons without
taking the oath of allegiance.
OWING to my leaving Honolulu for
the other Islands for one month,
nil parties arc notified to call for their
Watches and Jewelry on or before Mon
day next, May 21st.
403 lw MAX ECKART.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
KAPIOL ANT PARK,
JUNE 11th, 1883. "
The following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Anangemcnts:
Dn. J. S. McQkew, W. G. Inwm,
II. A. WlBEMASN, A. S. CLEQUOHN,
Cecil Bhown, Fuank Brown,
H. R. JIacfaklane, James Dodd,-
Tho Races will commence at 10 A.M.
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dles; free to all; catch weights.
Mule Rnco; one milo dash; free for
all; catch weights.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free for all.
Trotting Race; milo heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; freo for all.
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :57.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; freo to nil Hawaiian bred
Trotting Raco; one mile heats; best
2 in 8; freo to all Hawaiian bred
Running Raco; mile dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony Rnco; ono mile dash; open to
nil ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
Running Raco; milo dash; open to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run nt Kapiolaul Park.
Trotting Rnco; milo heats; best 2 in
8 to harness; owners to drive.
Trotting Raco; ono mile; free to all
horses that have nover trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will bo arranged as soon ns the
management can conveniently do so.
All horses entered for tho abovo races
will bo under tho control of the Judges,
and their decision will bo final.
All Running Races will be under tho
'- Of tho Pacific Blood Horso Assoc!-
All horses to canj' " "HM , .,
All Trotting Races win he under the
rules of the jfotlonJrt Trotting As-ncla-
tton, . . .,
No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
All horses that nro sold in Pools will
ho ruled out. '
Permits to train horses at the Park
Tiack can be obtained from tho Secre
tary. Jockeys' colors must accompany en
franco fees. ,
In order to secure and maintain order,
no one will ho allowed on tho track
without tho Association badge, which
may bo obtained from tho Beci clary at
tho Purk grounds.
Admittance to tho Park: Pedestrians
freo; Horses and Horses and Carriages,
CO cts.; ndmittaneo to Grand Stand, $1.
J. E. Wiujsmak, Secretary,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Itanehos whcio water is required to be rahed from gulchea
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Srooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ot every description at lowest market rales.
Itlce Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Hlco nnd Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.'""
JNTew Goods constantly arriving. . ,
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, i "
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Thursday, May lftli.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
"fTfTE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC to the arrival
t Y of our new invoices Just received per Steamer Ahergeldle from London, v
comprising tho largest and most varied assortment of Goods and Merchandise over
imported to this Kingdom and which will be ready for Exhibition nt our Sales
Rooms on Thursday next. May 17th.
In offering these goods for sale wo take great pleasure in informing tho Ladles
of Honolulu and of tho other Islands that wo have anticipated every want in their
line, and arc now prepared to show them the choicest line of Goods ever offered
for sale here, having been carefully selected by a member of our Finn from the
very latest stocks of tho leading House of London and Paris, with reference to tho
particular necessities and requirements of this community.
Many of the articles referred to are of the very latest and most unique designs,
and as the venture is mainly experimental to test the wants of our ladies, thay may
be rogaided as merely sample lots, Ladles will do well therefore to call early, as
the goods will bo disposed of as soon as pssible, to make room for our extensive
stock of goods for tho city and country trade.
We wish to call particular attention to the following Grand Exhibition pieces
from the world-famed Manufactory of messus. r. p. danieli. & CO., op London,
the surpassing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attracted tho
notice and admiration of Nnpolcon HI., who granted tho Senior Danlell free and
exclusive permission to reproduce from the old models at the Government works
at Sevres. It Is not surprising therefore to note that this now world-renowned
house have taken every first prize medal at all of the great International Exhibi
tions on the Continent for tho past twenty years.
Tho piece de resistance of this art collection in a supehb prometueus vase
and cover of turquoise blue ground, and colored majolica, with cmblematio figures
nt sides, and the chained Prometheus and vulture, most elaborately and beautifully
wrought on the cover. The above is the Identicalipicce that secured' tho first prize
at the great pakis international exhibition of 18GS. Some Idea of the value
of this work of art can be formed from the fact that it underwent fifteen separate
tiials before arriving at its present perfected state of form and color. Tho
unusually large size of the piece rendering it npt to split in two, on account of tho
severity of the heat to which it is exposed In the thing. Tho color combinations
nro strikingly effective, and the delicate handling of tints is n marvel of artistic skill.
There will also be on exhibition a pair of magnificent vases reproduced
from old Sevres models, granted to Mr. Danlell by His Imperial Majesty Napoleou
III. They arc of rose nventurine tint, surmounted with exotic birds of most
brilliant nnd beautiful plumage, and elaborately and richly finished in gold
ornamentation, with elegantly curved ebony pedestals with marble tops and
ciimson plinths. Alo a most exquisite taiile centerpiece in turquoise and'
gold, witli parian supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, very richly
ornnmented in gold. This plceo Is from old Sevres' examples for great exposition
f-pecimens, and has taken tho first prizes at all competitive European Exhibitions
The above mentioned pieces will remain on exhibition at our Show Rooms for
two or three weeks, after which they will be sent to San Francisco and New York
for exhibition and sale.
In addition to the foregoing there are some .smaller pieces In the same lino
which nre deserving of especial mention, notably a like size cockatoo with
wings spread, flower holders at sides and chastely finished in ornamentation.
This is a most surprisingly effective piece, and the coloring is so faithful to Nature
as to he realistic in the extreme. Also
one jaruinieue with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated in mottled
colore and gold nventurine with two ebonized tripods, with pedestals nnd crimson"
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also
one round jardiniere on four feet blue ground and sliver embossments
after Egyptian patterns
one large jardiniere in Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles and
square pedestal for same with dark green ground
onf. Esquimaux umbrella stand in majolica with llfo-llko representation
of a seal in perfectly natural colors. This is a most nrtistlc piece of workmanship.
one tall pedestal of mazarine ground with most graceful and naturally
colored leafage. A very handsome parlor ornament. Also
one tall pedestal in turquoise, with graceful and nicely colored festoons
of fruits and flowers intertwined
two ribbon flower vases of most unique design with mazarine ground and
gold Japaneso sprays
garden seats Beautifully decorated with naturally colored chrysanthemums
and pink tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground. Aro very handsome enrdcu
ornaments ' b
flower pots and stands Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine ground
and colored clematis with birds beautifully embossed. All of tho abovo mentioned
nro very dllllcult nieces to produce on account of the various combinations of color
required, necessitating separata firings for each color produced. Some of tho
pieces havo split in the kiln ns many as c'.gnt times, so that when a piece is brought
call cs ee?al mention tS proce8? TU0 vuluo u m,lt0 PDiuent. Wo wish again to
a ,.T.W0 fm1,EUR RWItiKas On porcelain plncqucs, by well-known European
Art 1 4 w oaa ,s ft Mlno UNO hy Balllu, In Sepia, nnd ono of tho best ex
umpios of this most delicate and wonderful art, which is now Undergoing such 11
Spirited revival in tho United States and Europe. The drawing in tills picture is
oxeentionnlly good, and the Clitur-oseuro effect very cleverly handled.
Tho other represents a Const Scoua hv Moi-tlno. whlih Is nnrtiiii,iri.rtir.nn
Ws for its free nnd unconventional treatment, and tho delicate distribution of tints.
These nro the first Etchings on poicelaln ever exhibited In Honolulu, and nro well
wormy 01 a yibii. miiu luuuwiug eiioicc
jirio a brao In Majolica and Glassware will offord some idea of the variety
In this lHf Viz: Flower-pots and Stands of nil description and designs in aft'
colors, and beautifully embossed with fruits and flowers; Glass Center FIowcF"
Vafccs In nil colors with plateaux, Parian and Bisque figures; Cabinet Ornaments!
.Towel Boxes: Perfume Oasos: Venetian Ware in beautiful ilnna! nnin...J
Majolica Braekots of varied patternus; Mandarin Ten Pots hi given mid gold 1
Exquisite Burbollno Vases with niised llowers; a heautlful assortment of Vusos ol
the choicest designs) Menu Cards and Slates; Flower Baskets, etc, etc,