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SATURDAY, MAY Hi, 18851.
This day's doings.
C.yntilnsium Kxerohcs for Ladies
nnd "Children, from !) to 11.
Building Cominitlco St. Andrew's
Cathedral, jit I o'clock.
Bawl nt Knnnn Kututre, nt -1 :!)0
Novelty Show Armless Woman
Afternoon nnd Evening.
Kiilertuiiiinenl nt Alusiu Hull, ut 7
Gospel Tcinperniieu Meeting nt
Bethel, nt 7 :;!0.
Bethel Sttndnv School, at 9 : 15.
Fort St. Church S. S. nt :-io.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, ltcv. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Kt. Rev.
Bishop Willis, morning, and Rev. G.
Wallace in evening.
Bible C1ns at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15.
for the bcncllt of the Library and
Reading Room Absociation will be
repeated to-night at the Music Hull.
An account of Thursday night's
performance will thus have a double
interest. The proceedings opened
with nn excellent selection by Cima
rosa, played by the Symphony Club.
Every public appearance of this club
seems to snow a marueii improve
ment. Then followed a tableau,
" The Indiscreet Monk," represent
ing a Spanish woman (Miss Rich
ardson) exercising her powers of at
traction over a monk (Mr. Bosse),
who ought to have been reading his
Breviary, but couldn't keep his eyes
on it for two seconds together. This
was one of the most thoroughly
realistic tableaux presented: every
detail was attended to. Then Mrs.
Strong recited the story of the
"Emperor's daughter," by Hans
Christian Andersen. Next came
three tableaux, representing Mephis
topheles showing Faust a vision of
Marguerite. Next Miss Castle play
ed a Polonaise, by Chopin, charm
ingly. Seldom have we heard the
more delicate nuances of expression
iu this, writer's works, so tenderly
yet so truly marked. Next came
the hit of the evening a musical ex
travaganza, entitled "Operetta The
Blind" Beggars," by Offenbach. Mr.
Purvis conies in arrayed as an old
blind beggar, and alter singing a
song, with banjo accompaniment,
informs the audience, in an aside,
tluit he thinks be has struck the
very linest thing in the bogging line
that could be. While he is regaling
himself with the thought that now
he has a walk in life undistnibod by
rivals, Beggar No. 2 (Mr. Swanzy)
comes in playing " Hume, Sweet
Homo" on a tin whistle. The aitis
tic imitation of the variations intro
duced by professional beggais into
all their music brought down the
house. After singing ducts and
Milos they Anally propose a game of
cards, in 'which each thinks he is go
ing to cheat the other by means of
his eyesight. Mutual discovery that
luitheris blind tableau. The piece was
enthusiastically encorcd.Messrs. Pur
vis and Swauzy's acting was superb.
To see this piece alono is worth the
whole evening. Part II. was intro
duced by a selection from the Sym
phony Club not on the programme.
Then followed Portraits by the Old
Masters, a series of single figures on
n frame. Wo would here protest
against the introduction of those
Jjgures that have already been seen
in the previous tableaux and the
bringing on of those who arc to
cofiiu in further' fin. The programme
is already a long .one without this
unnecessary inartistic addition.
Next C'amu a trio' hi' J'llc,"lc'' V
piano (Miss Castle), violin (Prof.
Yarndley), nnd vio.;' -iU' Miw;ira.)
Next followed a represJ:.,Ultlon .of
the old story of Pygmalion, . ,0
Bculptor, falling in love with Gala
tea, the statue he has just carved.
Pygmalion was represented by Mr.
A. W. Richardson, and Galatea by
Mrs. McGrew. This was one of tho
prettiest tableaux shown. Mr. T. H.
Davies bang " Two's company,
three's none," accompanied by Mrs,
Davies. Miss Stems, as the Christian
martyi crucified, formed the central
figure in the next tableau. Then ful
lowed Mi s.Paty's song, 'Esmeralda,
which literally roused tho andienco
from the somnolent feeling produced
by the long series of Portraits into
an enthusiastic recall. In response
Mis. Paty gave "When the leaves
begin to fall." Last enme two
tableaux from " Patience " the
twenty love sick Maidens and
Biiiithorne (Mr. Uoldswortli) and
tho rc-action and grouping of tho
same maidens round Grosvenor
(Mr. C. A. Brown) and Patience,
and the "rage, horror, and despair"
of Uuutuornu and Lady James. The
lower portion of the house was
crowded, but there wasii't over a
lojieii in the gallery and balcony,
it would be better to have not quite
jucii long waits between the pieces,
or else to lnue them long enough to
,1111 in sonic nniskor njsong so us to
jive the audience something to think
ibout whle the next tableau is
THE Y. M. O. A.
held their lcgular monthly meeting
on Thursday night in their new hall.
Tho attendance was fair. The chief
business done was the decision that
the room originally intended for n
gymnasium should bo floored over
and a part of it partitioned off as a
At the marine railway they are build
lug a double end surf boat of :!0 tons
mii'ilen for the use of the stinr Llkellke
Thsstnir .Tns. Mukcc hi ought 2,195
bags of sugar, and !!0 bags of rlee.
llolh mtits of the sehr Julia will be
taken out, preparatory to her going on
the lmuliic railway.
The bgtne Morning Star has ocen re
painted. Shu Is docked near the llsh
umlvi't, and will sail about the middle
Tno tern J. C. Void Is loading at
111 p er's v half. She will leave about
Tuesday for Salt Francisco.
The bktne Eureka Is loading at the
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
'llu Band will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at l:!50 o'clock. The fol
owing is the programme:
Overture Bclisaiio Donizetti
Ballad The Message Blumcnthnl
Pccr March -Iolantlui Sullivan
Kits Waltz Merry War Stiauss
Selection Jerusalem (by icqucst).Vcidi
Tw o Qulekst cps Parlow
LOCAL Ss GENERAL ITEMS.
Tho Band will given Moonlight Con.
cert on Monday cveuing, May 21, at Em
. O' .
Tin: Building Committee of St. An
diew's Cathedral will meet to day at 1
o'clock nt T. H. Davie i &, Co's office.
"A Cigar Analyzed A talk with
young men about tho use of Tobacco,"
will lie Mr. Ciuzan's theme Sunday
eening. Scrvicis Sunday morning us
At Ilecia on Thursday two Chinamen
catting cane were racing. The slowest
one in order to delay bis antagonist
.began to fool with him and in the con
test one got cut hi the neck with a cane
kaife. No serious injury was inflicted
although the first report state that one
had cut the othei's head off.
Fui.i.Kii particulars arc to hand of the
Chinaman who was drowned from the
Madias on Tliuisday. When the Ko
Iiinii was out the day before her bow
line paited, and apart of it was still
hanging by the steamer's side. Tiie
Luka also 'had a bow line fast near the
same place, and it is supposed that the
deceased mistook the one for the other.
At any rate he went down the bioken
line until he was right in the water.
Captain English, the quarantine officer
on the Luka, called out to,tho officers on
the Madras ll"d finally tho captaincame
along. Lines weic thrown to the de
ceased, nnd he got one bowline over hii
head. Finally ihey commenced to haul
iu on the line'he was clinging to, and he
let go and sank. He had been in the
water then for about half au hour. The
Madras people wanted tho schooner to
lower a boat to pick him up, but as the
Madras' own boat was in tho water
Captain English did not seo the neces
sity of putting tho schooner and its
extia largo crew in quarantine by doing
a thing they were able to do. Why the
people on the Madras did not make a
lame bowllno round the rone tho China
man was clinging to and thus slip it
over his head and shoulders easily is un
explained. Tiie deceased was apparent
ly just iccovering from tho f"ver singe
of small-pox, as his skin was peeling off
in patches. Tho Luka is still outside at
Aqption Sales by E.P. Adams
On TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
May 2!nd and 23rd, at 10 a.m.,
By order of Messrs. Thco. II. Daics
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
z Xvy Gooflu:
which will bo on view on MONDAY, at
tho auction looms of E 1'. Adann.
Sale at 10 O'clock,
C3T TERMS LIBERAL -a
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
AT au adjourned annual meeting of
the Stockholders of the Olownlu
Company held on May lOlh, 1883, tho
following gentlemen were elected to
serve as officots for tho ensuing year:
II. A. Widkjiann , .President.
A. ll.v'i:ni:iio Vice-President.
CO. IJEiiomt , Secretary.
A. Jakouii Treasurer.
0. O, Bi:ui)i;it Auditor.
401 lw C. O. Ukhuku, See. Olowalu Co.
Imrgc CottafHi to Let,
UITUAl'El) nt Paawa, on the Waiklkl
k) road, immediate possession. Am ly
to Mr. E. W. Uoldswortli, at 'IUoj. IJ.
Davies Co.'s office. 10i
A mhi'.tixo was held on Thursday
night ut China Emritiet'o. No fi, for the
puiposc of uniting half.Chince with
Chinese in the Company, and thus
mnkclng It a Mivmgerbndy. A good ninny
linlf.C'hliiesc weii! pic-ent and slgiad
their names to (ho by-laws, thus joining
AViili this 1-stie our renders will Ibid
a Itcmlmler In the shape of a humorous
circular fiom the (.ileal American
Clothing House on Xuuaiiu Mieet. We
would "linply remaik that If their goods
are as cheap as their advertisement is
humorous then (hey must sell cheaper
than any body else hi town. Go ami
Although football Is an athletic
game nnd needs a certain amount of
physical vigor to carry It on to ad
vantage sllll theie I no necessity to
to tight over It and break one another's
nocs. It can be played In as gentle-
niauly n style as any game andihould
not be allowed to breed had feeling. No
game should be allowed to be an excuse
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A very handsome plaque painted by a
young lady residing In this town Is
now on exhibition for sale at Mr. T. (J.
Thrum's Foit street Store. It represents
a sinav of scarlet zoimlo pelargonium
(somewhat similar to the old fashioned
geranium.) The design is exceedingly
tasty and the execution Is very skillu'l
and tine to nature. We trust to sec
morc'work from the same brush.
A COVERED box body Phaeton, al
most new; also '1 marc about 7
years old, broken to saddle and harness,
(gentlemen, s and side-saddle. Apply at
Bulletin Office. .105 lw
ITMIOM English into Hawaiian, done
jl uy .1. B II hi uux
at the office of this paper.
OWING to my leaving Honolulu for
the other Islands for one mouth,
all parties are notilled to call for their
Watches and Jewelry oa or before Mon
duyincxt, May 21st.
40i lw MAX ECKART.
KAMEHAMEHA DAT !
JUKE 11th, 1883.
Tho following .gentlemen will com
piisclhc Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGumv, W G. Inwix,
II. A.)AYlDE5IAKN, A. S. Cl.KOUOHN,
Cecil. BltOWN, FllANK Bhown,
H. R. Macpahlaxi:, James Dodd,
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
The llaccs will commence at 10 a.m.
1st -PARK PLATE,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dles; free to all; catch weights.
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
Running Rice; one mile heats; best
Sin 3; ttcoforull.
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; free for all.
Running Race; one mile daeh; for
Hawaiian bred hotses not having a
better record than 1:57.
Running Race; ono mile heats; best
a in u; ireo to an Hawaiian ured
TrotCing Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 8; frco to all Hawaiian bred
Running Race; miledash; frco to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony .Race; ono mile dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 bauds high ; catch weights.
Running Race; mile dash; open to
al horsps bred in the Kingdom that
have neyer rim 'it Kapiolaui Park.
Trotting Racoj mile heats; best ! In
U tbfhaihossi'ocvuors to drive.
12th EXPRESS CUP,
Trotting Race; one mile; free to nil
, horses that havo never trotted in any
13tii FOOT MACE, BIQYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will bo arranged as soon as tho
mniinffeiiicnt call COUVCnioirtlv do SO.
All liovsus entered for tho above races
will ho under jho control of tiie Judges,
and their decision will ho final.
VU Running Races will bo under tho
rule's of tiie Pacific- Blood Horse Assocl
atioa, excepting al 'o weights.
All horses to carry a rluor".
All Trouble; Races will be under the
rules of tho ifutlonnl Trotting Assoeia-
No Pool Belling will bo allowed on tho
AH horJ"8 t,i(,t nro b0 In Iools w"1
bo ruled out. , nl ,,, Pl.rl.
Permits to train horses' ftt Jj'fJ
Track can bo obtained from i.. r
Jockeys' colors must accompany cu
tiaiicofees. In order to secuio and maintain order,
no one will bo allowed on tho tiaek
without the Association badge, which
may bo obtained from the Secretary at
Admittance to tho Park: Pedestrians
frco; Horses and Homes and Carriages,
DO cts.; admittuiico to Graud Stand, $1.
J, E Wiseman, Secretary.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Sultablo for Stock Ranches whore wntcr Is required to he raised from gulches
to pasture lands for waterlng.stock. Full particulars and cstimntes furnished. . .
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality. ,',... , ,
Magueso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes1 & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market-rates. '' "
Kiee Cloth, Patent Bag Iloldors just tho tiling for Rico and Sugar Mills; '
!N"ew Go'otls constantly arriving.
Pull lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full nssoilmcnt of Agate Iron "Wilrc,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
WE DESIHE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OP THE PUBLIC to the arrival
of our now invoices Just received per Steamer Aberrcldio from London,
comprising the largest and most varied assortment of Goods mud Merchandise ever
imported fi) this Kingdom and 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 the other Islands that we have antlcipated'every want,in their
line, and are 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' tho
very lntct stocks of the leading House of Loudon and Paris, -with reference to tho
particular necessities andircquirctnents of this community.
Many of the articles referred to are of the very latest and'most unique designs,
and as tho venture is mainly experimental to test the -wants of our ladies, they may
be regarded as merely sample lots. J,adles -will do well therefore to call early, as
the goods will be disposed of as soon as pssible, to make room for our cxtenslvo
stock of goods for the city and country trade.
Wc.wish to eall particular attention to the following Grand Exhibition pieces
from the wprld-famcd Manufactory of messiis. k. i daniet,l & co., op London,
the surpassing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attracted the'
notice and admiration of Napoleon HI., who granted the Senior Daniell free and
exclusive permission to reproduce from the old models at the Government works
at Sevres. It is not surprisingtherefore to note that this now world-renowned
houso'havc taken every first prize medal at all of tho great International Exhibi
tions on the Contincht for the past twenty years.
The piece do resistance of this art collection is a suraim rnoxtETHEUs vase
and cover of turquoise blue ground, and colored majolica, with emblematic figures
at sldc, and the chained Prometheus and vulture most elaborately and beaullf ally
wrought on the cover. The above is the Identical piece that secured the first prize
at the great pauis international exhiihtion of 18G8. Some Idea of the value
of this work of art can bo formed from the fact that it underwent fifteen separate
trials before arriving at its present perfected state of form and color. Tho
unusually large size of the piece rendering it apt to split in two, on account of tho
severity of the heat to which it is exposed in the firing. The color combinations
are strikingly effective, and the delicate handling of tints is a marvel of artistic skill.
There will also be on exhibition a PAiit' of magnificent vases reproduced
if roiii old Sevres models, granted to Mr. Daniell by His Imperial Majesty Napoleon
HI. They arc of lose aventuriue tint, surmounted with exotic birds of most
brilliant and beautiful plumage, and elaborately and richlv finished in srold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved
crimson plinths. Also a most cxquMtc
guju, jvuu iiiii;iu Hiquiuriura .uiu siien jMiiicaux ior uowers anil iriuts, very richly
ornamented in gold. This piece-is from old Sevres' 'examples for great exposition
fcueeimens, and has taken the first nrlzes at all coinnctitlve Kurnnenn IfelilhlMniia
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 tho foregoing there are some smaller pieces in the same lino
which are deserving of espechu mention, notably a.' life size cockatoo with
wings spread, llower holders at sides and chastely finished iir ornamentation.
This is a most surprisingly effective piece, ,an,d tho eoloriiigris so faithful to Nature
as to be realistic in the extreme. Also - i i '
one JAKIHNIEUE with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated in miottled"
colors and gold aventurine with two ebonlzed tripods, with pedestals and crimson
Utreeht'velvet stands for sanio. Also
one hound jaiuhnieke on four feet blue ground and silver embossments
after Egyptian patterns
one LAiKiK .TAimiNiEitK in Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles and
square pedestal for same with .dark green ground , .; ' ,',jfc.
one Esquimaux usinuELLA stand iii upijolicii wltli life-like representation
of a seal hi perfectly natural qolqrs. , 1'hls is a most artistic piece of workmanship.
one tall pedestal of iiiaziiilnoVroiuid with most graceful and naturally
colored leafage. A very handsome parlor ornament. Also n i , . '
one tall i'EDESTAL,iu turquoise, with graceful and nicely colored festoons
of fruits and Uowers intertwined
two ltimioN flower vases of most unique design with" mazarine, ground and
gold Japanese sprays
(jaiiden skats Jleajiit if ulfy decorated with naturally colored elirysautliemunis
and pink tied ribbons. Also'ditto on celadon ground. Are very handsome garden
oniuinents ( ,
vr.owr.it pots and stands Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine ground
and colored clematis with birds beautifully enilKissed. All of the above mentioned
are very difficult pieces to produce on account of tho various combinations of colof)
roquhed, necessitating separate firings for each color produced. ioino of tl a
pieces have split in the kiln ns mauy'aspigbt times, so that when a piece is broii'd.t ,
safely through the filing process, the value is quite apparent. We wish again to
call especial attention to
two MjPEiui etchings On porcelain placques, by well-known European
Artists. The ono is a Marino ItiOO by Balllu, in Sepia, and ono of the best ex
amples of this most delloato and wonderful art, which is now undergoing surii a
spirited revival in tho United States and Europe. Tho drawing in this plctiuo Is
t.wuimunimj guuutiuuu wi uiimr-pscuro etieet yery cievoriy iiauuieu.
Tho other represents a Coast Sceno by Mortino, which is particularly notleea
blo for its free aud unuonvjiitional treatment, and the delicate distribution of tints,
Those are the first Etching i on porcelain over exhibited In Houolului and mo well
worthy of i( visit. Tho following choice articles of
mpo a miAO In Majolica nnd Glassware will pfford some Idea of the varietv
hi this iiu x; Flower-pots and Stands of all description and designs in nil
colors, and beautifully embossed with fruits and Uowers; Glass Center Flower
Vases in all oolors with plateaux, Parian and Bisque figures; Cabinet Ornaments;
JiS'.''1! Uoxes; Perfume Cases; Veijetiuu Ware in beautiful designs; Colored
Majolica Bracket of varied patternns; Mandarin Tea'Po'ts hi green and 'gold;
Exquisite Barbotlno Vases with raised Uowers; a beautiful assortment of Vases of
tho choicest designs; Menu Cards and Slates; Flower Baskets, etc, etc.
oiiina ULAsswAiiE A largo lino of the choicest articles) China and Glass
ware of tho most varied descriptions as follows: Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Seta
of all patterns and designs. Including n few dessert and tea services of the finest
quality and most exquisite decoration.
onk BT.vo CENTEit PIECE of most elaborate design and flni'-h a magnificent;
M-mmiiiiih Eluirnnt Toilette Services embossed with beautiful liiiiiil.nnltif:
table i. f 'mvtirs: .Salad Bowls.
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Taukaids; Fisli Bowls; Glass Filters; I'lcKio jjisi es; pmi. ""'""i ""1T"i";i-J-and
an endless variety of the finest Champagne, Hock, hlierry, Clmet J.lq uoi
Glasses of the very latot patterns, muVulurgo nssorinient of Wwndi'Hcw nnd
Lamps of every description. Also a small Invoice of beautiful Iridescent Gh ss
ware, comprising Tumblers, Wine Glasses, Flsli Bowls, 1 lower SUjuds, Wutef
Pitchers, etc., etc.) etc. - - .
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps,
ebony pedestals with marble tops and
tahle centek piece in turqiiolscand
Chamiauriio Bottlu Holders: Chiiiiinni'iiii
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