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TUESDAY,"MAY 22, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lvons mul Levey will sell at
o'clock, ut Snlcs Room, bankrupt
stock of Jewelry, etc.
Mr. E. .P. Adams will sell at 10
o'clock, at Sales Room, a lot of
Staple and Dry, Goods.
Building Conunittec St. Andrew's
Cathedral, at 12 o'clock.
Novelty Show Armless "Woman
Afternoon and Evening.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30.
was built in 1858 mid was clnssillcd as
A 1 at Lloyd's until .Tany 188a. She was
insured for 3000 and valued at 3500
(probably in the Hobart Town and
Launceton Mai iuo Insurance Co.) Her
owners are Robey Bros, of Sydney. She
is an Aberdeen clipper of 000 tons
burtben and bus made very rapid
passages between England and Austra
lia. "With a full load 13 knots an hour
easy have been obtained. She had had
just got all her ballast in by 5 o.cloek
on Saturday and was going to haul out
into tbo stream and sail next Saturday
for Burraid's Inlet and thence to
Melbourne or Sydney. 7 foot of water
were pumped into her bold and Engine
No. 1 was engaged on Sunday pumping
it out. Two small holes were boiediu
the starboard bow and one in the port
big enough to let the hose in to play on
the fire. Major Leluo brought 28
soldiers down and put them on the hand
engines to woik. During the progress
of tho flic the Tele got up steam by the
Marshal's orders, to be ready to tow
her away from the wharf. The lire was
first discovered by one of sailors coming
on board. To-day a survey will bo held
Schr Marion brght 1075 bags sugar.
Schr Liholiho brght 1400 bags sugar.
Schr Kulamanu brght 2100 bgs sugar.
Stmr O R Bishop brought 2fti)3 bags
sugar, 80 bags rice, 020 bags paddy and
152 hides. . , ,
The bark C. O. Whltmore is in the
former place of tho Moravian, the latter
having gone into tho stream.
The bark Elsinore is discharging at
Allnn X. 'Robinson's wharf.
' The bgtne Morning Star is taking in
Etores from the W. Q. Irwin.
The Schr Pauahi is to bo overhauled.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tins Madras ha9 received all tho coal
required, some 240 tons.
Four Ministers bought uniforms for
the Coronation. Three mouths later
and two have no further use for them.
The Chinese piisoner who was re
ported as having escaped last weelt was
captured at Kalilil on Saturday night by
The political situation at present
shows both partffes in the altitude of
Wilkins Micawbor " Waiting for some-
thing to turn up."
Next Sunday is Memorial Sunday,
nnd Mr. Cruznn will preach a special
sermon in reference thereto, by request
nf a. W. Do Lone Post G. A. R.
We hear that a paper lias been signed
by four of the leading Physicians iuthis
town endorsing the views on Leprosy
contained in the letter from Dr. Mathes
published by the Saturday Press.
His Majesty takes a trip to the volcano
vln Hilo to-day. Having learnt of the
illness of H. H. Kcelikolanl the Hon.
Mrs. C. R. Bishop nnd a docter will nc
company him as far as Knilua, Konn.
We bear by the O. R. Bishop that, on
Monday, a week ngo, a Chinaman was
found dead in the vacuum pan at Lihue,
having gono in to clean it and been
suffocated by the gas.
The Government financial statement
has been pretty well shown up as incor
rcct, misleading, nnd incomplete. Aro
they going to issue n corrected statement,
or are the-,' going to let the matter drop
into oblivion, because they daren't set It
What lawyer in this tow'rt WC' tak
tho position of Attorney-General, it
nsked r It is said Hint two have refused
already and ono high official h reported
to have said to tho highest personage in
the Kingdom that no member ot the
bar would take oiVUowith the present
Ik It Is so, that in nil other countries
vessels aud freight have to bear all tho
Quarantine expenses, then the Captaiu
of tho Madras ought to sign the neccs
bitry bonds asked of him, nnd the Board
of Health should insist on it. It has
cost over $1,000 already.
The Entertainment ftn Saturday night
was pretty much the same as on Thurs.
day night, so that a detailed accouut is
unnecessary. As a wholo it went off
muck butter, The singing of Messrs
Purvis und Bwnnzv and tho solos of Mrs.
J Paty and Mr. Da vies were greatly nnprb
elated. Tho waits between tho pieces
Were not quite so long us oil tbo first
night, and a number of little improve,
ments wire Introduced into tho dlll'orcnt
tableaux. Mr A. G. LM1I introduced each
poitr.iit bv huinoroiH iciuuk, wo con.
ijrnUilnte"t he performer ) on the success
.if their ait itic clients and urge on them
the liccd ot a speedy rcpetiiiom
Some people do not apparently un
derstand the lilies of journalism. On
Saturduv morning wo iccclved a letter
from a lady unclosing her caul as a
guai.mtce otgood faith and asking us
to publlMi a little ikin which she had
written out. Now that was all light, but
the Hem was personal--decidedly so
and in order to ciiMito Its inbeitlon she
actually enclosed 22 cents In postage
stamps. Now this must have aiiseu
fiom ah idea that journalism was
conducted on the htriot principles of
buying and selling. Wu wlsh to have
that idea corrected. Money will buy
nothing in this paper but a place In the
advertising columns and not always
that. The columns of no decently con
ducted public journal are ever sold for
money cither to advertisers or anybody
else. Nothing but Bight, Justice, and
Truth, ought to bccurc Insertion nud
where we fall in that matter It Is from
want of knowledge not Intention,
At sea, on board the schr Liholiho, off
tho coast of Hawaii, of heart di&catc,
Mis. J. Lussgcn, a nativo of Qciniany,
aged 28 years and 5 xionths.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Auction Sale !
On TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
May 22nd and 23rd, at 10 a.m.,
By order of Messrs. Theo. H. Davics
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
to Dry Groodw!
which will be on view on MONDAY, at
the auction rooms of E P. Adams.
' Sale, at 10 O'clock..
DT TERMS LIBERAL -a
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
TMVO cood horses, quiet in saddle and
JL harness; will carry n lndyj will be
sold a bargain. Color, white.
Apply Kerr's Stables, 78 King st.
Abo, for sale, cheap, 1 double carriage
with top and 2 scats, polo and shafts.
407 lw On view at Whitman & Wright's
Corner of Alaltca and Hotel Streets
AFTERNOON & EVENING,
GO AND SEE THE LADY
Crochet, Embioider, Write, &c.,
With Her Toes !
Admission, 25 Cents.
To Ladies and Gentlemen
ABOUT to visit the Coast or the East.
By special arrangements with the
General Agent for tho Pacific Coast of
tho O. B. & Q. Railroad, Mr. T. D. Mc
Kay, I am enabled to.grant splendidifa
cilltlcs in the way ot tickets and bag
gage checks. Any desired information
about routes, siopplng places, hotels,
places ot interest, ennrges nuu rares, can
bo obtained on application to
407 Fort street.
Royal Hawaiian Agricul
INTENDING EXHIBITORS nro re
quested to send to tho Bonrd of Man
agement, as early as possible, nothoof
tho character and number of their ex
hibits, in order that proper accommoda
tion may bo provided. It will greatly
insist the Boaid in their ariaugcmcnts
if such information bo sent in at once,
or nt tl.o latest by 4lh Juno next. It
will nlso bo to the advnntagp of exhibi
tors that timo should be given to allow
,f nroper accommodation being provid-
ho had of the unuVslg,., or .&S
Treasurer, Mr. A. JnCgcn App JClUl0UB
may also bo made by letter'.
By order of the Board,
J. S. WEBB, Secretary.
Honolulu, Mny 23, 1883. 407 lw
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the Stockholders of tho Olowalu
Company held on May 10th, 1883, the
following gentlemen were elected to
serve as officers for tho ensuing year:
II. A. Wiukmann President.
A. IlANEiiKud , .Vice-President.
C. O. BKKQKn , .. ..Secretniy.
A. Jaeoeu, Treasurer.
C, O, Beiioeh, . . , Auditor.
40 1 lw O. O. BEitQEK, Bee. Olowalu Co.
litU'KC Cottage to Iet,
SITUATED at Paawa, on tho Walkikl
roud, immediate possession. Apiilv
to Mr. E. W. Holdsworth, ut Theo. ll.
Davies & Co.'s oHloo. 404
Miis. Ann E. Leak Thomson, tho
armless lady Is now holding levees after
noon and evening lnthcuiaiqucc rotucr
Alakea and 1'lotel stiec s She is a
chicmil looking lidy who, owing to,
her defect, has been compelled to mo
her fett In lieu of hands. The manner
In whleh sho docs Is simply astonishing.
She does fancy work and writing with
the utmost ease and exceedingly well
and by an Inclination of the head she is
enabled to eat and drink icadlly. While
engaged In doing work, (-ho chats easily
and pleasantly llh lsltors, and her
little boy who plays abolit the tent Is a
general favoiitc. Mrsi Thomson Is a
nntho of Georgia U. Hi She was 25
yeais old before being compelled to
exhibit herself, the War causing her
to become penniless.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey,
This lny, Tuesday,
May 22nd, at 10 a.m., at Sales Room,
BANKRUPT SALE OF
Jewelry and fancy Articles.
The undersigned have been instructed
to sell nt unction, nt their Snlcs Room,
this day, Tuesday, May 22nd, nt 10 n.m.,
the whole of a
without reset vc, comprising a full
Plated, Gilt, & Garnet Jewelry,
Clocks, Pocket Rooks, &c.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneer'.
In aid of the funds of the British Bene-
volcut Society 'will bo held m tho
On Tliursdny, May 34th.
Tickets may be had from tho members
of the Committee, or from
407 3t A. S. CLEGIIORN, Treas'r.
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, Mny 21st.
402 lw MAX ECKART.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com
prise tho Committee of r Arrangements:
Dr. J. S. McGkew, W. G. In-tnx,
H. A. Widemann, A. 8. Oleqiioun,
Cecil Bnowx, Frank Brown,
II. R. Macparlaxe, James Dodd,
J. E. Wisemax, Secretary.
The Race's will 'commence at 10 a.m.
1st PARK PLATE,
Hurdlo Raco; ono mile dash; 4 bur-
dies; free to all; catch weights.
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
Running Race; one milo heals; best
2 in 3; free i or all.,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; 'free for all.
Running Race"; one mile dash ; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than J. 7. ' H'
Running Race; ono milo heats; best
2 in 3; frco to all Hawaiian bred
Trotting Race; one mile beats; best
2 in 8; frco to nil Hawaiian bred
Running Race; miledash; frco to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony Raco; one mile dash; open to
nil ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 Jiands high; catch weights.
lOth-LUNALILO PLATE, ,
Running Race; mile dash; opon to
nil horses bred in tho Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolani Park.
Trotting Race; milo heats; best 2 in
ii,io uamess; owners to urivc.
Trotting Race; ono mile; frco to all
horses that have never trotted In any
13th FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, c'.c.
Purses will be nrrnnged as soon as tbo
management can conveniently do so.
All hoiseg entered for tho uboyo rncos
will boundur tho control of the Judges,
and their decision will bo Jlnnl.
All Running Races will bo under tho
rules of tho Pacific Blood Horso Assoqi.
ptlon, excepting qs to weights,
A horsos to carry n rider.
All h'fouinj? "RawS will lie under tho
rules of the Hatil Trotting Associa.
No Pool soiling will bo allowed ontlio
All horses that 'nrb cold in Pools will
bo ruled out. , ,
Permits to trUn horses nt tbo Park
Track can bo obtained from tho Score,
Jockeys' colon must accompany en.
trance fees. '
In order to sccuie and maintain order,
no one will bo allowed on tho trnck
without the Association badge, which
may be obtained from tho Secretary ut
tho Park groumU
Admittaucoto UioPark: Pedestrians
frco; Horses und lorsoi und Carriages,
50 cts.; admittance to Grand Stand, $17
J. E, A risKMAJf, Sccrctuiy.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN W NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Slodk Ranches where wnter Is required to lie raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Pull particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes' & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market rates. , . ' '
Rico Cloth', Patent Rag Holders' just the thing for Rico nnd Sugar Mills;
DlfTcrcntinrPulloy Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
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' New Goods constantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, , i
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
WE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE -PUBLIC to tho arrival
of, our new invoices Uust received per Steamer Abergeldle fropniondon,
comprising tbo largest and most varied assortment of Goods nnd Merchandise ever
imported to this Kingdom and which will bo reudyfor, Exhibition nt our Sales
Rooms on Thursday next. May 17th.
In offering these goods for sale wo take great pleasure in informing the Ladles
of Honolulu and ofithe other Islands that we have anticipated every want in their'
line, and aro 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 the leading House of London nud Paris, with reference to tho:
particular necessities and requirements of this community.
Many of the articles referred to arc of the veiy latest nnd most unique 'dcjlgijs,
and as the venture is mainly experimental to test the wants of our ladies, th&V uinv
be regarded asimerely sample lots. Ladies will do well therefore to call early as
the goods will be disposed of as soon as psslble, to make room for our extensive
stock of goods for the city and country trade.
Wo wish to call particular attentionito the following Grand Exhibition nieces
from the world-famed Manufactory of Messrs. it. p. uaniell& co., of London
the surpassing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attracted tho
notice and admiration of Napoleon HI., who granted the Senior Danlell free and
exclusive permission to reproduce from the old models nt tho 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 ti& Continent for the past twenty years. l
The piece do resistance 6f this art collection is a superb Prometheus.' vasp
and cover of turnuoiso blue ground, and colored majolica, with emblematic '.Wes
at sides, and the chained Prometheus and vulture, most elaborately and be.T uffullv
wrought on the cover. Tho above is the ideutical'piece that secured the fir.-st nrizo
at the great Paris international exhibition op 1863. Some idea o2 the value
of this work of art can be formed from the fact that it underwent fif'joowsenarato
trials before arriving at its present perfected state of form anc' color Tho
unusually largo size of the piece rendering it apt to split in two, o , account of the
severity of the heat to whleh It 1? exposed imthe firing. The cr,ior combinations
are strikingly effective, and the dolicate handling of tints is a ma'.-vel of artistic skill
There will also boon exhibition a pair ok magnificent vases rem oduced
from old Sevres models, granted to Mr. Danlell by His Impor!,nl Mniestv Nanoleon
III. They are of rose aveuturine tint, surmounted with cj otic birds of most
biilllant and beautiful pluiiirgo, and elabojately and rleh'.y finished in cold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals wJ,th marble tons and
crimson plinths. Also a most extpiisite Table center Fiboe In turquoise and
gold, with parian supporters and shell plateaux for flower a iind fruits, very richly
ornamented in gold. Tills piece Is from old Sevres' exair,pies for great exposition
specimens, and has taken the first prizes at all competitive European Exhlbitlon&
The above mentioned pieces will remain on exhibition nt our Show Rooms for
two or three weeks, lifter 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 sanw. lino
which are deserving of especial mention, notably A MPB SIZE cockatoo with
wings spread, flower holdeis at sides and cb astely finished In ornamentn tion.
ThlsJs ainiost surprisingly effective piece, and the colorlngjs so fnlthfulto Nature
as to be realistic in the extreme.' Also
ONE JARDINIERE with SatVrv handles most, nxnnlaltalv'fWirafiwl I.. . tii.i
colors and gold aveuturine witji twobonizod tripods, with pedestals and crfmisou
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also '
one round JAUDiNtERE onf our feet blue ground and silver embossments
after Egyptian patterns ,,
one large JAituiNiEiiE In' Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles and
Ecninre pedestal for same with dark giten ground
one Esquimaux umbrellav8tanu In niajollca with life-like rcpYescntatlon
of a seabln perfectly natural colors., , This Is a most artistic piece of workmanship.
one tall pedestal of mazarine ground with most graceful aud naturallv
colored leafage. A Tory bandsome'parlor ornament. Also ' ,
one Tall pedestal Inturmioise, with graceful au,d, nicely colored festoons
of .fruits and flowers intertwined
two ribbon flower vases of most unique design wlfli mazarine ground and
gold Japanese spraysr f ' b
i G1lUIiN?E 7s BWWnUydccorated with naturally colored chrysanthemums
and pink tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground.. Are very handsome garden
onimiiwiiin I u
flower pots and stands Of rare and benutlf ul design, with mazarine irround
and colored clematis with birds henutifully embossed.. All of the above mentioned
aro very dilllcult pieces to produce on account of the various combinations of color
required, necessitating separate firings for each color produced. Some of the
pieces have split In tho kiln as many as eight timos, so that when a piece is brought
safely through the firing process, tho value is quite apparent. We wish ayain to
call especial attentlpn to r
ArfiSlT0 ?n.Kn KT01"NO,S cR0,1011.1. . Plttoattotf, by well-known European
Artists. '1 he one is n Mnrlno lUpO by BaViiu, in- Sepln. and one of the best ex
amples of this most delicate and 'wonderful art, which is now undergoing such a
spirited revival in the United States and Europe. Tho drawing In tills picture is
exceptionally good, and the Chlar-oncuro effect very cleverly handled.
Tho other represents a Coast Scone by Mortino, which is particularly noticea
ble for its free 'nnd unconventional treatment, and tbo delicate distribution' of tints.
These nro tho llrst Etchings on porcelain ever exhibited in Honolulu, and ure well
worthy of a visit. Tho following choice articles of ' '
i i ii A ". r, WBJouca. "" uiasswaie vlli oflord some idea of the variety
in this line viz: Flower-pots nud Stands of nil description and designs in nil
'I.IM. TIIIII I : I I I I I I I I I 1' lllll IIIIUEIII 1 lllll II
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vases in all c
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jwcqiusiio iiarootiuo vases w-flh raised
oiors with plateaux, Parian and Bisque figures; Cabinet Ornaments;
; Perfume Oases; Venetian yaro iu beautiful designs; Colored
cKcts of varied nnttcrnv.! Mniwinitn.'i'n.i ifa i.. -?.. :....i i,i.
i.,u vi"'eisv uuBigua, iuemi uavas aim Slates; Flower Baskets, etc, etc.
china. & GLisswAitE A largo lino of the choicest articles of China nnd Glass
ware of tbo most variod descriptions as follows : Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Sets
of all patterns aud designs, Including a few dessert and tea herviccs of tho finest?'
quality nud most exquisite decoration.
one stao center piece of most elaborato design and finish a magnificent
table ornament. Elegant Toilette Services embossed with beautiful band-paint
Ingsof bluls&floweis; Salad Bowlx, Champagne Bottle Holders: Champagiio
Cups; elegant Crystal Candelabras with prlsmnUoju'ndaiits und Mlvor mountings,
uauinet uesseri (services; mncii uovvis,
Bottle btamloi Uaino Dlslies; choice
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TaiiKaiHJs; wsii jiowis; uias Miters; i'lehie Ulsiies; HjililtHtund; Glass Shades, j
aud an endless variety of the finest Champagne, Hock, Sherry, Claret and Liquor
Glasses of tbo very latest patterns, nud alariro assortment of Chandelier mul
Lamps of every description. Abo a muill invoice of bountiful Irldebcent GbthR
ware, comprUIng Tumblers, Wine Glares, Flsli BouK. Flower Stands. Wiitm-.
Pitchers, etc., etc., etc.
"" """ "io mm nowers: uiass uentov lower
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flow oi s ; a benutlf nl assortment of Vases of
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uiaret &, .Lemonade Jusrs: Souii TurrriiK.
Htiiiwbi'iry and Ice Cieuiu Sets; beautifut
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