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FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1883.
THIS DAY'p DOINGS.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, tit fl o'clock.
Novelty Show Annlcbs "Woman
Afternoon nml Evening.
I'olynesitt Encampment, nt 7 :30.
Imp. Order of Bed. Ien, nt 7 :'30.
Morning $tnr Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Socinl at Mits Breeo's, nt 7 :30.
Musical Society, Practice, YMCA
AN ENTERTAINMENT '
for the benefit of the Library mid
Beading Boom Association was giv
en last night at the Music Hull, when
the following programme was pre
Selection . .Clmnrosa
Tnblcau "The lndi.scicct Monk,"
Story Hnns Christian Andersen
Tableau "Faust and Marguerite,"
Operetta "The Blind Begfars,"
Trio Piano, Violin, and Vloln..Lnchncr.
Tableau "Pygmalion and Galatea,".. . .
Tableau "The Christian Martyr,"
Two scenes from "Patience,"... Sullivan
The performance will be repeated
on Saturday evening.
Tuesday, May 15 Drunks; A. P.
Knai, Lilia, Pulca, M. Kisky, and
"W. Lowe, forfeited $6 bail each,
Kali, fined $5 and SI costs, F.
Davis, forfeited 812 bail Knai,
violating Express Regulation 3 iiued
$5 and 83.10 costs. B. T-cnorio,
violating Express Regulation C fined
85 and 81 C09ts. Ah Chick, and
Kirikiua, adultery Ah Chick, fiued
830 and $2.50 coats, Kirikina, fined
810 and 82.50 eosK
Wednesday, Mny 1C Three
drunks, forfeited bail $G each.
Thursday, May 17 W. Loves,
tlruuk, fined 85 and 81 costs. J.
Lazarus, remanded from 10th re
remanded to 18th) S. Gonrley,
violating Express 'Regulation 24,
lined $5 and 3, costs, aivi, a boy
aged about G years liavingjio parents
or Guardian anil appearing to have
no home. As reported by- Kalm
no and II. It. H, Ruth Kccikolani.
On this showing the court couimittcd
the boy to the Reformatory' school
The s.s. Sues will Icum; to-day for Sau
Francisco at 5 o'clock.
The hhipGlcnhcrvlchnow disc-basing
nnd consignees are rcqucfeti'd to cull fur,,
outers ntT. 11. Davis cc uo'h, Agents.
The Madras took a load of coal oil
hoaul on Wednesday.
The steamer W. II. Keed is now in
port. She has ionic 0,000 feet ol lum
ber in her hold for Honokan, which hlie
took on board at llilo. On nniving at
Honokna and before completely d's
chnrglng her cargo strong N. E. winds
blew, and Mic parted her Hues. Having
only one anchor the caplnin did not
think it safe to remain, to he bore away
for this port. On the trip down the
mainsail and jib were blown away.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Thk mail for San Franebco,
Sue?, closes at the Post-Olllco nt !
Tub show rooms at G. W. Maefurlaue
& Co's were well tilled yesterday. His
Majesty was amongst the l6itors.
Dn. G. A. ltawson has lemoved his
office to that formerly occupied by Dr.
Webb. Coiner Hotel, and Richard
Tub Honolulu Amateur Mlnlstrcls'
performance Is postponed till Saturday
week on account of the repetition of the
It will bo seen from the ndveitlsc
ment thnttho time for receiving cstl
mutes for the Library Building is ex.
tended from Mny 10th to May SJlbt.
Tub Band concert last night at Emma
Square wan very good. The new numbers
weic especially tuneful and pleasing.
The attendance was rather thin owing
to the performance nt the Music Hall.
It appears that, according to the
'lugby mica, the Sa,m of f00tlm,1 P1")'
cd between tlio IolanI Coi'i "" hP n,K
Fort Cjrcet boys on Saturday 1B' muM
be counted a victory for the College.
In cleaning away an old heap of rub.
bish in tho hack corner of a btoio on
Queen street a nest of no less thau fifty,
five i.its wern discovered. Fifty.ono
were killed and four escaped. The maj.
ority w;rc exceedingly large.
Yesterday afternoon as ,Uie echr Luka
was coaling the Madras, one of the
HiunU'pox patients attempted to get, by
meuius of tho hawser, from tho btenmer
to the sqhopoer, Ho held n as .long as
ho could but finally wab washed off. Ills
dend body was not recovered.
TiiobK wjlo visit tho ai inlets lady's
exhibition are thoroughly null mil lulled
Vithit. 'it Is both lutcrtibtuig timl In.
siruetlon well lIluMr.itlhg the old pro
verb, "Necessity Is the mother oi
tnentioii." We- specially draw the
attention of our lnily render to the
Yesterday nftcrw o i a Chinese prison
er escaped from one of the road-gang?.
Up to a late hour lnt night ho was inn
AVj: have leeclvcd fiom Messrs. .1.
Williams Jx Co. a Merles of Island vlcwo,
Illustrating Honolulu nnd Its harbor,
the Pall. etc. It Is almost unnecessary
to snvthntwo llud them excellent in
rec.ud loflulh nnd style, hut their clilcl
utility Is as mementos for friends who
have been hcicor togixe friends, who
have not, some idea of what "our earthly
paradise" Is like.
Onb of the features of the Art-Uxposi-tlon
at G. W. Macfarlnno & Co's is the.
Magnificent picture in enamel on
pcrcelnln of an English lady in loth
century costume. It is handsomely
framed in crimson nnd gold and stands
on an easel formed by crossing 3
ancient pikes and halberds. It Is Intended
as a Coronation present for Her Majesty
from Col. Geo. V. Mncfarlanc.
Yesterday, at the Pollco Court, the
first case for some time under the
Cruelty to Animals statute was brought.
An express driver named A. II. Knopua
was brought up for cruelty to animals,
In that he drove his express down to the
Llkclike on Tuesday last with a load of
passengers four several times, hav
ing to whip the poor nni'mnl, which was
in1" cry poor nnd bad condition, very
severely, so as to lcivc marks. The horse
was not propeily shod cither.
The conference between the
Chambers of Commerce nnd the
manufacturers on the question of
immigration is concluded. The
conference have adopted a series of
resolutions affirming the desirability
of the State assistance being given
to immigration, because the present
scarcity of labour retarded the in
dividual progress of the colony, and
would if continued, cause it to full
into an inferior position in the
Australian group. The resolution
curried also set forth that the
deliberate determination of' those
colonies which had adopted State
immigration continued to prevail;
and this, as well as the high rate of
wages ruling there, had proved that
the objections urged against the im
migration system were fallacious. It
was resolved that copies of these
resolutions should be sent to the
Government and to the respective
Auction Sales by E.P. Adams
Auction Sale !
On TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
May 22nd and 23rd, at 10 a.m.,
By order of Messrs. Thco. II. Da vies
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
to Iiy Goods!
which will be on view on MONDAY, at
the auction looms of E P. Adams.
Sale at 10 O'clock.
CS- TERMS LIBERAL -a
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of tho Olownlu
Company held on May1 10th, 1883, the
following gentlemen were elected to
serve as officers for the ensuing year:
H. A. Widemann President.
A. IlANEBEito Vice-President.
O. O. Bkkoeii Sccretnry.
A. Jaeobii .. Treasurer.
C. O. BKiiuint Auditor.
40t lw C. O. Bekqeu, Sec. Olowalu Co.
Xiurge Cottage to "Let,
QITUA I'ED at Paawa, on tho Waikiki
IO road, immedialo possession. Anplv
to Mr. E. W. Hnldsworth, at Theo. H.
Diivies & Co.'s office.
TTAVING been appointed Guardian
XL of M Mnhukn, minor, son of the
late M. Miihuka, deceased, and nltornoy
in fact for Luukia (w,) widow of snld
M. Mnhukn, deceased; nit persons are
hereby requested to settle all matters
pertaining to tho estate of said M. Ma
nuka, drcensed, with tho undersigned,
nnd thcynio hereby notified that Mr.
Biiuon K. Kaal bus no authority ybnt
ever in the mntter. A, HOBA,
Guardian of M. Mahukn, minor, and
attorney in fact for Luukia (w.) widow
of the lute M. Mnhukn, deceased,
Honolulu, May 15, 1881). 402 3m
" VELTY SHOW,
Corner of Alakca afctt
AFTERNOON & EVEglNCi,
GO AND SEE THE LADY
Ciochet, Embroider, Write, &&,
With Her ToeH!
Nothing but a quiet, ipora exhibition
wlicro sho solicits tho patronage of tho
ladies especially, ?
, Admissioji, a 5 Cents.
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CORRES
PONDENCE Adelaide, March 2nd,. 1883.
The milder kind of Ophthalmia
hns bccii very prevalent in our Col
ony during the past few months.
Your corfc9pohde'nt hns been one of
Our new (loviM-rior-in-Chicf hns
nrrived and hns entered upon the
duties of his high office under the
inuikuil favor of the, public. A very
largo crowd assembled to witness his
Matthew Burnett, the temperance
lcciuier nnd evangelist, is about
leaving our land for the Colony of
Western Australia. A motion was
introduced at the recent Wcslcynn
Conference, the mover wishing to
give Mr. Burnett the thanks of the
meeting for Ids past services: this
was negatived, and long correspon
dence in the newspapcis has been
It is thi intention of our Govern-'
incut to hold an International Ex
hibition in Adelaide in 188C the
50th year of our existence as a sep
The first section of our Great
Eastern Railway has been opened as
far as Stirling Fast; crossing the
Mount Lofty Range well to the
southward, the line winds around
the high land via the Government
Farm. The scenery for the first 18
miles is very beautiful. O.B.
FROM English into Hawaiian, done
b.v J. SHELDON. Leave orders
at the office of this paper. 401 2w
OWING- to my leaving Honolulu for
the other Islands for one month,
all parties are notified to call for their
Watches and Jewelry on or before Mon
day next, May 21st.
40J lw MAX ECKART.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 11th, 1883. .
The following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dr. J..S. McGuew, W.,G. InwiN,
II. A. Widemann,, A. S. Cmmjhokn,
Cecil Biiown, Fkank Brown,
H. R. Macfarlane, James Dodd,
. ittmcivr-kiauMAN, t
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
sharp. f .
Ist-PARK PUTE, . ,
Hurdleltaqc; ono mile dash;' 4 hur-,
dies; tree to all; eaten -Heights.
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
Running Race; one milo heats best
am a; ireoior an.
4th-KING'S CUP,, j, , ,
Tiottiug Race; mile heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; free for 'all.
Running Race; ono mite dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than J. :57.
Running Race ; ono mile heats; best
2 in 3; frco to all Hawaiian bred
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 8; frco td"ullrlluwaiian bred
Running Race; mile dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony Race; ono mile dash; open to
an ponies urea in tue lungaonruot
over 14 hands high; catch' weights.
Running Riicd; mile duih;.opcn to
all horses bred in the Kingdom that
havo novor run at Kaplolaul Purk.
Trotting Race; milo heats; best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Trotting Rnco; ono mllej'freo to nil
horses that have noyer trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will be arranged as soon as tho
management cm conveniently do so.
All horses entered for the above races
will bounder tho control of tho Judges,
and ther decision will bo final.
All Running Races wjll ho uudor tho
rules of tho Pnoltlo Blood Horse Assoc!,
ntlon, excepting -as to weights.
All horbci to carry rider.
All Trotting Rapes will bo undor the
rules of tho National Trotting Assoeia
tloii. No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
All horses that nro bold lu Pools will
- .'a lraia horses at tho Park
Permit nen from tho Seere-
Tiack can bu obu....
Jockeys' colois must accompany en
In order lo sccuro and mnintnlu older,
no ono will unallowed on tho lnick
without tlio Association b.idgc which
may bo obtalued from tho Secretary at
Admlttnncoto tho Purk: Pedestrians
fieo; Horses nnd Horses nnd Carriages,
X cts.; udmittanco to Grand Stand, l.
J, E. WibiiMAX, Sicictaiy,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
Suitable for Stock Rinchcs where water is required to ho raised from gulches
to pistut-c hinds ior watering stock. Full paitlculars nnd cstlmntes furnished.
Refrigerators, Srooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
1 --'- . (Absolutely lire-proof.
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lo'weit market rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders justMie thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulloy Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
v'JNeiw Goods constantly arriving. , ;,;.
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Full lines of Plows 'and Agricultural Instruments, , ,
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
tTfTE DESmE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC to the arrival
TT of our new invoices Just received per Steanicr Abergeldlo from London,
eompilslng tlio largest ahd most varied assortment of Goods and Merchandise ever
Imported to this Kingdom and which will bo ready for Exhibition nt our Sales
Rooms,on Thursday next., May 17th.
In offering these goodsfor sale wo take great pleasure in informing the Ladles
of Honolulu and of the other 'Islands that wo have anticipated every want luithelr
line, and arc now prepared to show them the choicest line of Goods ever offered
for sale here, having been carefully selected by n member of our Firm from tho
vcryilatest stocks of the leading House of London and Paris, with reference to tho
particular necessities and requirements of this community.
Many of the art!cle referred to-'arc of the very latest and most uniquo'dcsljrn?,
nnd as the venture is mainly experimental to test the wants of our ladles, thay raw
be regarded as merely sample lots. Ladles will do well thereforoto call early,' as
the goods will be disposed 0fna soon aspsslblej to make room for our exteur.ive
stock of goods for the city iind'country trade.
,Wc wish to call particular attention to the following Grand Exhibition p'ieces
from the1 world-famed Manufactory of messks.'k. p. DANieu. & CO., OP low do&
the surpassing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attract ed tho
notice and admiration of Napoleon III., who granWd the Senior Dantcll fr ee and
exclusive, permission to reproduce ,rfroin the old models at tho Governmen t works
at evres. It Is not surprising therefore to note that this now world-ronowneii
house haycjtikcn every fii-st,prlfomcdal,nt alio! tho great International Exhibi
tions on the Continent for tho past twenty years.
The pleccLde resistance of this art collection Is a superb PKOMiTHBusVASE
and cover of turquoise bine ground, and colored majolica, with emblematic flmires
at.pides.aud the chained Prometheus' and vulture, most elaborately' arid beautffullv
wrought 6n,tho coyer. The Al)oye is the identical piece that secured the flrst.prizo
at the great parts international exhibition op 18G8. Soino Idea ot the value
of this vork of art' can be fornied from ;the fact that it underwent fifteen separate .
trials before arriving at its "present perfected state of form and color. Tho
unuMinlly large size of the piece rendering It apt to split in two, on, account of tho
severity of tho heat to which It Is exposed In the firing. The color combinations
arc strikingly offectlve, and the delicate handling of tints Is a nuvtvel of artistic skill.
Thoie wlllalsa-bc.on exhibition a pair op magnificent vases reproduced
from old Sevres molcls, granted to Mr. Danlell by His Imperial Maiestv Vanotann
III. They are of rose nveuturlne tint, surmounted with exotic birds of most
brilliant nnd beautiful plumage, and elaborately and rlclily finished in gold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals with marble tops and
crimson plinths. Also a ,most exquisite table center tiece In turquoise and
gold, with pnrian supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, very richly
ornamented In gold. This pleco.ls.from'old Sevres' examples for great exposition J
specimens, and has takenthe first prizes at all competitive European Exhibitions
The above mentioned pieces will remain on exhibition nt our Show Rooms for
two or threo;wecks, aftervhich they will be sent to San Francisco and Ncw'Yorfc
for exhibition nnd sale. "
In nddltlou to the foregoing there are some smaller pieces in the same line
which are deserving of especial mention, notably a life 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 falthful'to Nature
as to bcjreallstic in tho extreme. Also . -
one jardiniere with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated In mottled?
colors nnd gold avcnturlno with two ebonlzed tripods, with pedestals and crimson
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also ,
one round jardiniere on four feet blue ground and silver embossments
after Egyptian, patterns
one large jardiniere in Persian turquoise blue, with elephant hnndles'nnd '
square pedestal for sumo wlth.dark green ground . .
ONK Esquimaux umbrella stand hi majoHcawlth' life-like representation
Of a soul, In perfectly natural cplors. This Is a most nrtlstlo piece of workmanship.
ONE TALL PEDESTAL Of mBZaiilie trround with moat PrAtwfiil nnd nntiirnllv
colored ldnfngc. A very handsome parlor ornament. Also
one tall.pedestai, 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 Jnpnnoso sprays
oarden seats Beautifully decorated with naturally colored chrysanthemums
ond pink tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground. Are very handsome garden
flower pots anp stands Of rare nnd beautiful design, with mazarine ground
and colored clematis with birds beautifully embosse. All ot tie above mentioned
are very dlftlcult pieces to produce on account of tho 'various combinations of color ,'
required, necessitating separate firings for each color produced. Some of tho I
pieces haye split In tho kiln as many as eight tlmesyso that when a piece is brought
safely through the firing process, the 'value is quite apparent. We wish again to
onll ospoolal attention to
two feuram etchings On porcelain plncques, by well-known European
Artists. The one is a Marino 1C90 by Bnlllu, iu Sepia, nnd oiio of the best ex
amples of this most delicate and woudprful urt, which js'now undergoing such u '
spirited revival In tho United States nnd Europe. The drawing in this picture is
exceptionally good,-and the Chlar-oscuro effect very'cloverjy hahdled, . "
The other lcpresents a Coast Scono by Mortino, which la particularly noticea
ble for Its free and unconventional treatment; and tho delicate distribution of tints.
Tliesu are tho first Etohlngs on porcelain ever exhibited iu Honolulu, nnd are well
worthy of a visit. Tho following choice articles of
uric a bijao Iu ,MuJQl!en(an,d Glassware will offord some Idea of tho variety
In this lino viz': Flower-pots' and Stands of idl description) and, 'designs in till
i oolorsaud beautifully 'embossed- with' fruts nnd Dowers; Glass Center Flower
Yascs In nil colors with plateaux, 'Pill-Ian and Bit-quo 'figures; Cabinet Ornaments;
Jewel Boxes; Perfume Cases; Voiujtlnn Ware In beautiful. slgna; Colored
Majolica Brackets of vaijed patternns; Mandarin Tea PotaiKgreen and gold;
Exqutalto Barbotlno Vases th i-nlsed flowers; a beautiful assortment of Vasos of
the choicest designs; Menu Cards ami Slates; Flower Baskets, etc, etc.
china $ glassware A large lino of the choicest articles of China nnd Glass-
niiru ui uiu must vauuu uupLiijiuiiiiB as
of all patterns nnd designs, Including a
quality and most exquisite deqyrntlon,
Cabinet Do-erf Services; Punca -
Bottle Stnnds; Guiiio Dbhes; cliolt-o
one stag center piece oi most cjnbointo design nnd finish a mauiiltlceiit
table orunment, jjleirnut Toilette Services embossed with beautiful imnri.11.1lnt
-iwlsifc flowers; Salad Bowls, Chnmpiigiiu Bottle Holders; Champaguo
inn. . - O'lIldeblbl-llS With ni'lHllllltlll nPlllllllltK nnll allvav inntitl.Vm I
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Tankards; l'i-li Howls; uias l'liiers; riciuu "'u"i"i" 7 niT.J.rf'n.iii 7 innnP
and un eu'dle.s variety jof the ttnet Champagne, "ft?
OhiKbca ol tup wry Intent patterns, and a large fiW".?
Lamp, of every description. Also n ml invoice of beautiful I 1W wffiU
ware, comprising Tumblerc, 'AVIne Glares, FUh Bowls, Flower Stituds, WuUf
Pltcheiv, etc., etc., etc;' ' ( "" TLfe
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
luuutYH ; .urcUKiast, LMUUOl' aim Tea Bets i
few dessert nnd ten
services ox thuflnesT-'
Ice Cieiuii Sets; bfiiutlfuU
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