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MONDAY, MAY 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Novelty Show Armless Woman
Afternoon nnd Evening.
Band iitKnunn Square, nt 7:1)0
Algnroba Lodge, nt 7:80.
llnrmony Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:30
A SHIP ON FIRE.
On Sutulny morning, nt 1 o'clock,
the ulnrm of fire wns given, nnd the
Vivo Department soon turned out nnd
discovered that the fire wns on the
bark Moravian, lying between the
Mail and Likclikc docks. No. 5 En
gine wns the first to nrrivo nnd put
on n steam of water. Smoke was
bursting from the hatchways. Aft
er working till 7 o'clock n. m. the
lire was extinguished. It was found
to have started between decks, for
ward of the chain lockers. The fire
is supposed to have been the work
of an incendiary. The vessel was
partly insured 3000.
POLICE G CURT.
Fiiday, May 18 Kahanauapo and
Kaliohano, fast riding' forfeited S 12
lviil. J. Castro. Kauncltm, nnd
Latua, duiuks, forfeited hail SG
each. Kao, disturbing the quite of
night, remanded to l'Jth. A. II.
Kapoun, remanded from 17th fined
Slo and $-1.20 costs. J. Lazarus,
remanded from 17th, found not
guilty and discharged.
Thursday, May 17 T. II. llobron
vs. Kilauca, deserting contract
service remanded to l'Jth. Yung
Qui vs. Hui All Ling, action of
trespass discontinued costs $2. Aki
na vs. Mahelonn, et ul continued
from loth, Judgment for plaintiff for
123.50. attorney $10.50 costs
S5.35, appeal noted. Akoi vs. Kima,
continued from 14th to 21st. J. II.
Brans vs. C Arnold, action of as
sumpsit for SGG settled out of court
Friday, May 18 Allen & Robin
son vs. Pauni, dcseiting contract
service ordered to return to em
ployer costs 83.
ing the week they were separated there
wns scarcely u Sunday for scvcnty-seVcn
days thnt one or other of tho masters did
not exchange compliment. After seven-ty-soven
days they parted company and
o'nc nirlvcd about tlnce days In advance
of the other. Slnco the vessels have been
here, of com so the brothers have stuck
together and one day last week sailed te
tne I'onit, wncrc nicy rcmaineu un
Monday morning, when a slant of wind
took both out. They will most probably
mako a start together, but their destina
tions Doing nangoon ana uiiam respec
tively, there Is a piospect of their com
panionship being severed for a time."
We leain from the Scott h papers that
a gale fiom the south-east which sprung
up at Abcrdceu continued to blow furi
ously during tho day, ami afforded an
opportunity to test tho cillcacy of the in
fusion of oil among the breakers at the
plcr-hcad. Tao experiment was tried
under the aupiccs of the Harbor Com
mlssiontrs. The gale, which raged with
great fi.ry, give every opportunity for
putting tao matter fully to tho lest.
About 70 gallons of oil were infused in
to tho water by means of three Anlvcs,
and the effect was very gratifying. Tho
force of tho waves was considerably
subdued, and tkc harbor entrance rcu
dcrcd much safer. .
On SUurdny the Bonrd of Education
notified Mr. A. T. Atklmon that his scr-
vices would he dispensed with at the
end of tho present month.
Aoaik wo notice two fine paintings
at Mr. T- O. Thrum's Fort street Store.
These arc also by a lady, now residing
on one of the other Islands. A group
of pink and white tiger lilies and ferns
Is tho prettiest of the two. The other
represents a bunch of cloth of gold and
scarlet roses. They are well worth
going to sec. We shall soon at this rato
be able to lm c an annual exhibition of
paintings by Artists residing In our
midst. Let It be tried,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Local & general items.
It was Captain Fchlbchr who arranged
the carriages on Thursday night at the
Music Mall. Our contemporary gave
credit to the wrong person.
From Our Own Correspondent.
The Bchr. "Ida Schnnucr," Capt.
Robertson, sailed May 18 for San
Francisco with 5,9 1G bags sugar,
weighting 740,853, 57 hides, 8 bbls
tallow, valued nt 849,010.90.
A very enjoyable party took place on
Saturday evening at tho residence of H.
S. Ticgloan, Esq. The occasion being
the 21st birthday of Mr. J. D. Tregloan.
Tin: decision In the Kaala and Jennie
Walker case was that each side should
pay half the damages and half the costs, i
Both parties appealed to the Supremo
Cour, July term.
Ox Friday Mr. S. K. Kaal was com
mitted to pils-on on for contempt of
Court In that he did not produce his
accounts as administrator In the state
of the late W. 1'. Lcleiohoku when
An ingenious mechanic of James
town, N. Y., has const! uctcd a per
fect locomotive, said to be the small
cst,in the world. The engine is only
8 J inches long, witli n tender 12 in.
long. The pumps throw a drop of
water per stroke. As ninny as 585
screws were required to put the parts
together. The engine itself weighs
1 J- pounds, and the tender 2 pounds
2- ounces. The mechanic was at
work upon the locomotive at inter
vals for 8 years.
Suitable for Stock Hunches wheic water Is required to bo raised fiom gulches
to pasture lands for walcrittg sloclc. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Erooms of superior quality.
Magueso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol ovcry description at lowest market rates.
just the thing for ltlco nnd Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Cnrringo Lamps. -
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders
w li l
New Goods constantly arriving.,.,
Full lines of Plows and Agrlculluial Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Wine,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
On May 10th
the wife of O. Clark,
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will give a concert at
Emma .Square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. The All
owing is the programme :
Overture Bclisario Donizetti
Ball nd Message Bl urn en I hal
Cavatinn Pirate Bellini
Selection Irish Melodies (by request)
Selection Robeit Le Diablo-Mcycibecr
Maich Iolanthc Sullivan
"Waltz Men y War Sti auss
The Suez took 33,88 J bags sugar, 1100
hags lice, 2,171 hunches bananas, and
1,271 pkgs general merchandise.
. Schr Jennie brought 553 bags sugar.
Schr Ehukai brought 413 bags sugar.
Schr Mile Morris lirglit 00 bgs sugar.
Schr Nettie Merrill brought 1,250 bags
sugar, und 42 bbls of molasses.
Stmr Kilauca Hou brought 1,505 bags
Stmr Wnimanalo brought 001 bags
sugar. . j,
StmrLehua brought 553 bags sugar
und 115 Bheep.
The bktne Eureka and tern J. C. Ford
will leave for S. F. to-monow.
The stmr Kilauea Hou will leave to
morrow at 4 p.m.
Tho schr Frltchoff, from San Francis
co, anchored off port on Friday for a
Bhort time, and then proceeded to Amo
A large vessel passed tho port on Fri
day at sundown, bound Westward.
Tho bktne Grace Roberts is at the Mall
Dock discharging coal.
Tho bgtne "W. G. Irwin is dibchnrglng
at the Esplauadc.
The bk Elslnoie, dipt Jcnks, 20 days
from Astoria, arrived May 10. Sho brings
373,700 ft. of rough lumber, 20 cords of
nicwood8 boat masts, and 3 pkgs of
Provisions. She Is consigned to F. A.
Suhacfcr & Co.
The Wm. G. Ii win brought 22 heifers,
8 cows, 12 horses, 1 nude, nud 7,405 pkgs
vi general merchandise.
The Likolikc brought 3,091 bags sugar
and CO bead cattle. Owing to tho Arc on
the Moravian tho Llkcllke docked a
i'oster & Co's wharf.
The bark Lily Grace arrived at Mnhu-t
kona on Friday.
Stmr Jfokolil brght 050 bags sugar,
Schr Manuokawal brght 028 bgs bugar
"It is n singular circumstance," says
the Soult Australian Advertiser, "that
two barques named Taraboehia, each
commanded by a Captain Taraboehia,
should 'be anchored at tiie bell buoy at
the fame time. Both bhlps camo from
the Biltic with timber and kept so closely
ju company that ultkough at times dur-
On Saluidny, at the Police Couit, Iona,
Captain of the Cavalry and a special oc
casional policeman, was biought up for
embezzling tax monies collected by
him, was committed to the Supreme
J. Williams & Co. arc picparcd to
astonish the public. Only fancy, 13
large cases of picture and photograph
frames were received by them this last
week. They have quantity and variety
enough now to supply every person in
the city with ail the frames they desire.
With this issue we picsent our
icadcis with a double size supplement
containing anotherof Flaneur's intoicst
ing London letters, Maik Twain's latest
effort, The B.ul Boy's l'.i is directed, a
few Australian yarns, and a miscellany
of cnteitaiulng anecdotes. Bead It, It
will well lepay the trouble.
. o .
Wr. hear of a physiological curiosity
at Lulu, Hanalei, Kauai, in the, shape
of a half white girl now 10 ycais of age
who Mncc she was born has never
uiocd, or spoken, or lecognUcd any
one and yet is living and Is fed by her
parents as if she wcie a baby. Perhaps
some of our leaders will be able to scud
us more particulars.
OWING to my leaving Honolulu for
tho other Islands for one month,
all parties are notified to call for their
Watches" nnd Jewelry on or before Mon
day next, May 21st.
401 lw MAX ECKART.
KAMEHAMEHA DAT !
Mesiis. J. W. Robertson & Co. have
on exhibition two line large cucumbers
grown by Mr. II. Lose at his residence
on Beretania street. One is enclosed in
a brandy-bottle and as It almost com
pletely fills the bottle and is certainly
much too laigeto have been put in the
mouth of the bottle it has puzzled many
1o account for Its presence inside. We
may tell tho secret, however, it grew
Auction Sales tyE. P. Adams
Auction Sale ! -On
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
May 22nd and 33rd, at 10 a.m.,
By order of Messrs. Tlieo. II. Davics
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
&; Xry GooclHt
which will bo on view on MONDAY, at
tho auction rooms of E P. Adams.
Sale at 10 O'clock,
W TERMS LIBERAL -a
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
JUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com
piiscthc Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGrew, W. G. Inwtx,
II. A. WinnvANX, A. S. Cixohohn,
Cecil Brown, Frank Brown,
H. R. Mackarlani:, James Dodd,
J. E. Wiseman, Secretary.
The Races will commence nt 10 A.M.
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dles; frco'to all; catch weights.
Mule Race'; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2'in 8; free for all.
4th KING'S CUP,
Tiotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
o to harness; tree tor all.
5th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE,
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :57.
Runn ing Race ; one milo heats; best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian 'bied
7th-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, . .
Trotting Race; one milo heats; best
2 in 3; free to nil Hawaiian bred
Running Race; M mile dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
1 Pony Race; ono 'mile dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over'14 hands high; catch weights.
'Running Race; mile dash; open to
nil horses bred in the Kingdom thnt
have never run at Kapiolanl Park.
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to diive.
FVvni 1 1 n rr lltinn nnn littln frnn in nil
horses that have never trotted in any
13th FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
WE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC to the arrival
of our new invoices Just received per Steamer Abcrgeldle from London,
comprising the largest and most varied assortment of Goods and Merchandise ever
Imported to 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 the Ladles
of Honolulu and of the other Islands that we have anticipated cvery'want in, their
line, and are now prepared to show them the choicest line of Goods ever offered
for sale here, bavin"; been carefully selected by a member of our Finn from tho
very latest stocks ofthc leading House of London and Paris, with reference to(tho
particular necessities and requirements of this community.
Many of the articles referred to arc of the very'latcst and most unique designs,
and as the venture Is mainly cxpcilmental to test the wants of our ladles, thay may
be regarded as merely sample lots. Ladles will do well therefore to call early, a3
the goods will be disposed of as soon a pssiblc, to make room for our extensive
stock of goods for the elty and country trade.
We wish to call particular attention to the following Grand Exhibition pieces
from the world-famed Manufactory of messks. it. i daniell & co., of London,
the sill passing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attracted tho
notice and admiration of Napoleon III., who granted the Senior Daniell free and
exclusive permission, to reproduce from the old models at the Government works
atSevie. It Is not surprlslna: 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 the past twenty years.
The piece de resistance of this art collection Is a sui'EKB tkometheus vasb
and cover of turquoise blue ground, and colored majolica, with emblematic figures
at sides, anil the chained Prometheus and vulture, most elaborately and beautifully
wi ought on the cover. The above Is the Identical piece that secured tho first prize
at the great pakis international exhibition op 18G8. Some idea of the value
of this work of art can be formed fiom 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 beat to which it Is exposed in the firing. The eolor combinations
are strikingly effective, and the deltcate.handling of tints is a marvel of artistic skill.
Thcie will also be on exhibition a pair ok magnificent vases reproduced
from old Sevres models, granted to Mr. Daniell by His Imperial Majesty Napoleon
III. They arc of rose aventurine tint, (-111111011111011 with exotic birds of most
biilllant and beautiful plumage, and elaborately and richly finished in gold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals with marble tops and
eiiinson plinths. Also a most exquisite taiilk centeii piece in turquoise and
gold, wlthrparian supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, veiy richly
ornamented in gold.. This pleccls froiniold Sevres' examples for great exposition
specimens, and has taken the first pi l.es at all competitive European Exhlbltlons
The above mentioned pieces will remain on exlubitlou at our Show Rooms foi
two or three week'; after which they will bo sent to San Francisco and New York
for exhibition and sale.
In addition to the foregoing there are some smaller pieces In the same Hue
which are deserving of especial mention, notably a life size cockatoo with
wings spread, flower holders at sides and, chastely finished in ornamentation.
Tills is a most surprisingly effective piece, and theeoloiiiig is so faithful to Nature
as to 'be realistic in the extreme. Also
one jakdinieiie with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated In mottled
colors, and gold aventurine with two ebonlz'ed tripods, with pedestals and crimson
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also
one kobnd jaihinieke on four feet blue ground and silver embossments
after Egyptian patterns
one lakoe JAiuiiNiKitK ill Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles and
squai e pedestaljf or saipe jvltli dm k green ground ,
one Esquimaux UMiiHELLA STAND, in mniolica with lifo-llko representation
of a seal In perfectly natural colors. Jl'lds Is a most in tistlcpieec of workmanship.
one tall pedestal of mazarine ground with most graceful 'and naturally
eoioreu icaiuge. u very iiiiuuhui
ONE .TALL PEDESTAL ill tlliqi
of fruits and flowers intertwined
rr.UC.91Al. Ul HlUAilllllU UIUIIIIU Willi JUUHL jj
3. A very handsome parlor ornament. Also
pedestal in turquoise, with graceful and 1
nicely colored festooun
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of the Olowalu
Company held on May 10th, 1883. tho
following gentlemen wro elected to
berve as olllccrs for the ensuing year:
H. A. Wwkmann A. President.
A. Haneueko Vice-President,
0. O. BEKQEit ,... .(.Secretary.
A. JilVQEit. . , jTieasurer.
0. O, BKMUt, Auditor.
4011 w 0. O. Bkhokv,3cp. Qlflwn)u Co.
Iiarce CotttiKe t IP.
SITUATED at Paawa, on tholWnikiki
road, Jmjnediiito possession), APP'y
to Mr. 12. W. Uoldswttrfb, t Tdico. H.
1MV1US a u. s ouicc. , v
Purses will be arranged as soon as tho
management can conveniently do so.
All horses entered for tho above races
will bo under tho control of tin? Judges,
and their decision will be final,
All-Running Races will bo under the
rules of the Pacific Ulood Horse Associ.
ntlon, oxecptlug as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trottinc Races will bo under the
rules of tho National Trotting Associa
No Pool selling will bo allowed on the
All horsci MM mo told in Pools will
Permits to train hoi-aos at tho Park
Tiack can bu obtained fiom tho Secre
tary. Jockeys' colois must accompany en
In order to keema iijd maintain order,
no ono will be allowed on the track
without the Association badge, which
Huy l)j obtained frinn the Secretary at
Admittance to the Park 1 Pedestrians
free; Horses and Horses and Carriages,
DO cts.; admittance to Grand Stand, $1.
J. E, Wiwmax, Secretary.
two uiniiON flower vases of most unique design with mazarine around and
gold Japanese sprays
oAitpEN seats Beautifully decorated with naturally colored chrysanthemums
nnd pink" tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground. Are very handsome garden
m.'ower pots and stands Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine ground
and coloi cd clematis with birds beautifully embossed. All of the above mentioned
are very difficult pieces to produce on account of tho various combinations of color '
required, necessitating t-eparato firings for each color produced. Some of tho
pieeeSjhavo split in tho kiln as.niany as eight times, so that when a piece is brought
safely tluougli the firing process, the value is quite apparent. We wish again to
call especial attention to
TWObUPintu etchings On porcelain placques, by well-known Ettropeaii
Artists. The ono is a Marino 1000 by IJalliu, In Sepia, and one of the best ex
amples of this most delicate and wonderful art, which is now undergoing such a
spirited revival in tho United States and Europe. Thu drawing in tills plctuic is
exceptionally good, and the Chlnr-oscuro effect veiy cleverly handled.
Tho other lepresents a Coast Scene by Mortluo, which Is particularly noticea
ble for its free and unconventional treatment, and thu delicate distribution of tlhts.
T1m."o are tho first Etchings on porcelain ever exhibited in Honolulu, and are well
worthy of a visit. Tho following choice articles of
nuic A 11RAC In Majolica and Glassware will offord some idea of tho variety
in this line vi.: Flower-pots and Stands of all description limit designs hi ail
colors, and beautifully embossed with fruits and flowers: las Center Flower
Vases in all colors with plateaux, Pailan and Bisque ilgines, Cabinet Oruaineuts;
Jewel Boxes; Perfume Cases; Venetian Ware in beautiful designs; Colored
Majolica Brackets of varied pattornni; MandiuluTe.i Pots In grfen and gold;
Exquisite Barbotluo Vast) with raised flowers; a beautiful iissoitment of Vn&ea of
tho choicest duslgns; Monu Cards and Slates; Flower Baskets, etc, etc.
CHINA s. (ILASSWAKK A large Hue of the choicest articles of China nnd Glass
Avaroof tho most vailed descriptions as follows: Bicakfasl, Dinner and Tea .Sets
of all patterns apd designs, including a few desscUand ten services ot thu finest?
quality and most exquisite decoration.
one staij center piece oi most, wnDorato design mid lUUsh a niagnlueeiit
table ornament, Elegant Toilette Sen-ices embossed with beautiful hand-palut
ings of birds & flowers; Sald Bowls, C'hnmpamm Itottle Holders; Champagne;
unps; elegant urystal Cnntlehibras w ItU nrtsmutlu pendants and (silver mountinge,
Cabinet Dessoi t Services ; Ptuuili llc,V Is, Claret & Lemonade .1 ngs ; Soup Tureens,
Bottle Standin (lamo. Joshes; choice Strawberry and leu Cream Sets; beautiful f
U'ankiiids: Fish Bonis; Glass Fllteis; Pleklo DMics: Snhlt Stands: Glass Shades, s
and an endless variety of the Hncht Champagne, Hook, Sherry, Claiet and Liquor
Glasses of .the very .latest patterns, and a large assortment of Chandeliers and
j.unqtn tit wvci-y uuncujuioii, Ai"(U."Mm;i invoice 01 ufaiiiuui Jiuiescetit Mias
waro, comprising Tniu,Wei, Wue Glasses, Fish Uowlb, Flower Mauds, Water
X'jtvijersj etc,, eto. etc,