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WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 188a.
THIS DAY'S DOING8.
Conthmntion Sale, nt Sides Room
of E. P. Adams, nt 10.
Novelty Show Armless "Woman
Afternoon and Evening.
Onlm Lodge, No.. 1 K. of P. 7:80.
Bethel Prayer Mooting, nt 7:!H).
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cnthodral, tisitnl
services, at 7:30.
The Suez took this last time probably
the largest general cargo that has ever
left the port. Amongst other things -were
l!,700 bunches of bananas and 4,000
sticks of sugar cane. Now it Is not
alone this one vessel that Is carrying
fruit to the coast but every steamer.
The growth of our fruit export tiatle Is
.something astonishing. Many people
now arc going into banana culture solely
for the purpose of export. While wo
look with pleasure on this addition to
the wealth of the country we would
like to point out that there are other
fruits here, and some which could be
grown heic, that would pay for exporta
tion the pineapple, the grape, the cocoa
nut, the peach, the mountain apple, the
lime, the tig, the mango, guav'a and
tamarind. Many of these, too, would
lepay capitalists to engage In preserv
ing, pickling, or making jams and jellies
"With the prospect of a regular fort
nightly service and another steamer
each month besides, we think that the
time lias come for homcono to start in
and make money by growing and ex
porting fruit in Its natural condition as
well as in the shape of presencs.
Mr. A. Euehsen, fonncrly mate of the
Ida Schuauer, will take command of the
stmr W. II. Reed. She will leave on Sat.
urdny for Hawaii.
Capt Bales Uas entirely recovered and
will resume command of the Iwalani
Local & general items.
Telephonic communication is now
established with the Puuloa Salt-works.
Mn. James Dodd's Pantheon Saloon is
nearly finished building. It is very
Yesterday Mr. Preston resigned his
position as a member of the Board of
It is no uncommon sight to see a 'bus
drawn by 0 horses now-adays in our
sticets. Who, ten years ago, would have
thought it possible?
Our police protection have taken to
wearing helmets, cool, but comical.
They follow the example of the Austra
Tuesday morning at 1 o'clock, Fire
Marshal McGuiic's house was set on fire
by some person or pet sons unknown.
Some damage was done to the verandah
How is It that the rails' at all the
crossings on the Beretanla street Kail
way are not propcily guaided by boards
laid so as to keen the weight of carts
crossing off the rail-.
Preparai ion for confirmation coin-i
inccces to-day at St. Andrews' Cathedral
close at 3 p.m.. Confirmation services,
will be held by the Bishop about. the
middle of July.
The Government nnd the Planters' La
bor and Supply Co. arc, we hear, likely
to cooperate energetically to ha vo Hawaii
properly represented at the Boston Exhi
bition of foreign products, to bo held in
Has the project for widening Alakca
Street been abandoned? Wo see that it is
being made from Queen to beyond Mer
chant Street, nnd if it is to be widened
the amount of work now being done will
bo practically wasted.
Lato on Monday night some one en
tered by the back window into Messrs.
Holllstcr & Co's. and btole from the cash
drawer $4 in 10 cent pieces, $0 in 0 cent
pieces ?8 in halves and quarters. A dls
charged employee has been arrested.
Tin: steamer Llkellke goes specially
to Kai'.hm at the instance of the Hon.
Mr. BUliOJ). It will call at that port ou
tho'return voyage" necessary to bring
back H. 11. KeeiVkolani uud the Hon.
Wk aro requested to announce that
tomorrow afternoon there will bo n
meetlir" of Teachers at Fort Street
Sehoollit 2.1u .m. Important business
.will be transacted' 2nd aU teachers and
members of the association' ,",e specially
usked to be present,
The O. S. 8. Cq's. new warehouse was
put into uso yesterday, for the first time.
Fourteen hundred bags of sugar, were
stored. Her now tracks woro used for
the IL-st timo to bring the sugar from
the schooner, nnd worked very satisfac
torily, Messrs. Hackfcld & Co. are having a
nice large brick Warehouse built ou the
makui fiidc of their allotment for sugar
liud general ttorce, It will "have a
cement floor and a slate roof with sky
lights.' Its dimensions are 1 CO x 70 x 15.
It is expected to be finished in about
A small fire on Emma stieet yesterday
forenoon was speedily put out.
We hear that the balance of the loan
Is coming down in the shape of Hawaiian
silver dollar. That is all vciy well If
at least one half comes down in gold,
but to allow It all to come insmcr is
slmplv to thiow money into the hands of
private individuals that (he country
should have the benefit of.
Tin: following is a literal copy of a
letter sent by u Hawaiian to his em
ployer names being alone omitted.
"At Borne May 10.1888
Sir 1 have no shall finished my
woik this afternoon, will jou please to
let me this afternoon to pump my pol.
I am yours servant "
The police at several towns In
Westphalia, Germany, hnvo published a
list of notorious drunkards of each
place, and hotclkccpcrs ate forbidden to
sell liquors to the pel. sons tints proscrib
ed. --Ai-Mowrwe Leader. Wo commend
the above plan to the notice of the
anthoiitlcs here. It would do great
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Auction Sale !
On TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
May 22nd and 23rd, at Id a.m.,
By older of Messrs. Theo. H. Davies
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
& Dry Good:
which -will he on view on MONDAY, at
the auction looms of E P. Adums.
Sale at 10 O'clock.
C2T TERMS LIBERAL -a
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
A FEW FIRST-CLASS TEAMSTERS
and Plowmen. Apply' to
G. IRWIN & Co.
"Will be received at the ofllce of S. B.
Dole for laying water pipe and setting
hvdrants on the giounds of the Lunnlilo
Home, until Friday night, the 23th inst.
The pipe to be galvanized iiou fiom 1 to
2 Inches; hydrants to be 18 inches high,
supported by 0 x C finished red wood
posts inserted -2 feet ill the ground.
Hr.iss lever faucets for hose attachment.
Contractoipnusttakc the piping, already
on the, ground, as far as it goes, paying
therefore the corresponding prices ten
dered. Trenches will bo dug by the
Ti ustecs. "We do not bind ourselves to
take the lowest or any bid.
' S. B. DOLE.'
For the Trustees of the Lunnlilo Estate.
Corner of Alakt-n anil Hotel HtrcctM
AFTERNOON & EVENING,
GO A'ND SEE THE LADY
Crochet, Embroider, 'Write, &c.,
With Her Toes !
Admission. 25 Cents.
ltoyul Hawaiian Agricul
INTENDING EXHIBITORS nro re,
quested to send to the Boaid of Man
agement, ns early as possible, notice of
the character and number of their ex
hibits, in order that proper accommoda
tion may be provided. It will greatly
assist tho Baud in their arrangements
if such information be sunt in at once.
or nt tl.o latest by 4th Juno next. It
will also be to the advantage of exhibi
tors that time should be given to allow
of piopcr accommodation being provid
ed for tholr exhibits.
Bhiukn for Applications for Space can
he had of the undersigned, nr fruni the
Treasurer, Mr. A. Jaeger, Applications
may also bo made by letter.
By Older of tho Board,
J. S. WEBB, Sccrotary.
Honolulu, MayJgUjm 407 lw
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the Stockholders of tho Oloiva!"
Company held Iky JOIIl, 1883, the
i",.'tn.. '"" gcidlnmen wcitf jijHotud to
iuuoh... -for the ensuing yoari
serve as o lice, Prosfdent!
II. A. Wwkmanjm, "-evident.
A. llANEUEUO YlCo-i ..
.0. O. BEitaEii......... ..Secretary.
A. JAEdEit. .-. Treasurer.
O. O. Bekueu, . . . , Vuditor.
401 lw C. O. Bekoeh, Sec. Olowalu Co.
Imrgp ttatttige to Iiet,
SITUA TED at Paawa, ou tho Waikiki
road, immediate poisessiou. Apply
to Mr. E. W. Holdsworlh, at Theo.'li.
Davicj k Co.'s olllce. 401
At all times the most beautiful object
in the woild Is a woman but even a
woman can enh.uicn her benuty and
nothing aids her so much ns a nice,
stjllsh costume. At J. T. Watcrhouse's
No 10 Store, upstairs, our lady readers
can llnd jut such costumes. Amongst
those wo Specially noticed as stylish
were a black cloth with plastrons nnd
levers of Moire a phtmbliiu salon and
cloth, and a garnet brocade and cloth.
Dainty costumes for children ate also
kept and the well-known dolmans.
A FURNISHED' COITAGE, near Iho
Chinese Church. Apnl.V at the
ofllco of this paper.
In aid of the funds of the British Bene
volent Society will lie held in the
On Tlrarmf ny, .liny 24th.
Tickets may be had from the members.
of the Committee, or from
407 3t A. S. CLEGHOUN, Trcas'r.
To Jjiulies and Gentlemen
ABOUT to visit the Coast.or the East.
By special arrangements with the
General Agent for the Pacific Coast of
the C. B. Si Q. Rallroid, Mr. T. D. Mc
Knj-, I am enabled to giant splendid fa
cllltics tln the way of tickets and bag
gage checks. Any desired, information,
about route's, st6pnlng places, 'hotols,
places of Intel et, charges and fares, can
be obtained on application to
407 i Foit street.
TWO good hortcs, quiet in saddle and
harness; will carry a lady; will be
sold a bargain. Color, w bite.
Apply Kerr's. Stables, 78 King st.
Also, for sale, cheap, 1 doublo carriage
with ton and 2 scats, nolo and shafts.
407 lw On view at Whitman & Wright's
For Snle, .
A COVERED box.body Phaeton, al
most pew; also 1 marc about 7
years old, broken to saddle and harness,
(gcntlcmcn.s and side-saddle. Apply at
Bulletin Office. 403 lw
KAMEHAMEHA DAT !
JUNE 11th, 1888.
The following gentlemen will com
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dk. J. S. McGiiew , W. G. Irwin,
11. A. WlDEVANX, A. S. CI.E0H0KN,
Cccir, Bkowk, Fit ask Brown,
II. R. Macfahiaxe, James Dodd,
J. it. Wiseman, Secretary.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
Isl-PARK PLATE, -
Hurdle Race; one mile dash; 4 hur
dles; free to all; catch weights.
Mule Race; one mile dnsh; free for
all ; catch weights.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; fico for all.
4ih KING'S CUP,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
u to harness; free for all.
Running Race; one miledash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :57.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
3 in 8; free to all Hawaiian bred
Trotting Raco; one mile heats; best
2 ill 8; ifrco to all Hawaiian bred
horses. . '
Running Race; ?i mile dash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony Raco; one mile dash; open to
all ppnics bred in tho Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
Running Race; mile' dnsh; open to
all horses bred. in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kaplolani Park.
llth-AMATEUR CUP, '
Trotting Raco; mile heats; host 2 in
II to harness; owners to drive.
Trotting Raco j one mile; free to all
horses that have never trotted in any
public race. ,
13th FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will be ananged as soon as tho
management can conveniently do so.
All norsei entered for tho above races
will bounder the control of tho Judges,
and their decision will be final.
All Running Races will bo undei tho
rules, of tho P-aqlHo Blood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as'to'wolghts,
All horsos to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races will bo under tho
rules of tho National Trotting Assocla.
No Pool selling will be allowed on the
A!! horses that are sold in Pools will
bo ruled out,
Permits to tralu horses at tliq Park
Tjaqlf oaij 1i olitftijjed. from the Secre.
Jockeys' colors must accompany en
" t., .rt ' '""' "" ' nnd maintain order,
hi order luuw-.nv . ., tinr.tr
no one will bo allowed on tu wty
without tho Association badge, wIikJ
may bo obtained from tho Secretary at
the Park grounds.
Admittance to tho Park: Pedestrians
free; Horses and Horses and Carriages,
50 cts.; admittance to Grand Stand, 1.
J, E Wiseman, Secretary.
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely fire-proof. -
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market rales. ,n.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rice and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks', CarriagbLampsr
New Goods constantly arriving. ni
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, -
Full assortment of
G. W. IYIACFARLANE & CO.
TI7"E DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC to the arrival
T Y of our new invoices Just received per Steamer Abergcldic from London,
comprising tho largest and niosX 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 offerlnglieso goods for sale we take great pleasure in informing the Ladies
of Honolulu and of tho other Islands hat we have anticipated every want hi their
line, and aie now picparcd to show them the choicest line of GOods ever offered
for sale here, having been carefully selected by a member of. pur Firm from tho
very latest stocks of the leading House of London and Paris, 'with reference to tho
particnlarineCesslties and requirements of this community.
Many of the articles referred to aro of the very latest and most unique designs,
and as the venture Is mainly experimental to test the wants of our ladies, thoy may
be regarded as nieicly sample lots. Ladies will do well therefore to call early, aa
the goods will be disposed of as soon as psiblc, to make room for our extensivo
stock of goods for the city and cquntry trade. '
We wish to call particular attention to the following Grand Exhibition pieces
from the world-famed Manufactory of messes, n. i daniei.i. & co., of London,
the surpassing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attracted tho
notice and admiration of Napoleon TIL, who granted the Senior Danlell free and
exclusive pcrmlssloA to reproduce from the old models nt the Government works
,nt Sevres. It Is not surpilslng therefore to note that this now world-renowned
honseiinve taken evciy llrst prize medal at all of the great International Exhlbl-
tlons on the Continent for the past twenty years.
The piece de resistance of this art collection Is a anPEnu phomethkus vasb
nnd cover of tuinuolsc blue ground, and colored maiolicn. with emblematic fieurca '
at sides, and the chained Prometheus and vulture, most elaborately and beautifully
wrought on the cover. The above Is the 'identical pieCe that secured die first prize
at the great l'Aitis international exhibition ok 18C8. Some idea of the valuo
of tills work of art can be formed from the fact that it underwent fifteen separate
trials befoie arriving at its present perfected state of form and color. Tlio
unusually large size of the piece rendering It. apt to split in two, on account of, the
severity of the heat to which it is exposed in the tiring. The color combinations
are strikingly effective, and tho delicate handling of tints is a marvel of artistic skill.
Theie will also be on exhibition a l'Ain of magnificent vases reproduced
from old Sevres models, grante'd to Mr. Danlell by His Imperial Majesty Napoleon
III. They are of rose nvcntiirine tint, surmounted with exotic birds of most
biilllant and beautiful plumage, and claboiately and richly flnlhed in gold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals with marble tops and
crimson plinths. Also a most exquisite tahle cEnteu- piece in turquoise and
gold, with'paiian supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, very richly'
ornamented in gold. This piece is from old Sevres' examples for great exposition
specimens, 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 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 lino
which are deserving of especial mention, notably A life size cockatoo with:
wings spread, flower holders at sides and chastely finished in ornamentation.
Thin is a most surprisingly effective piece, and the coloring is so faithful to Nature
as to bc'reiillstic In the. extreme. Also
one jAiiuiNiEitE with satyr, handles most exquisitely decorated In mottled
colors and gold nvcnturlne with two cbonized tripods, with pedestals ud.u criihsoii
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also
one hound jakdiniere on four feet blue ground and silver embossments
nftcr Egyptian patterns ' "
one ladoe JAHDiNiEitE in Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles and
square .pedestal for same with dark green ground . .
one Esquimaux UMiuiELLA stand in majolica with life-like representation
of a seal in perfectly natural colors. This is a most artistic 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 hihiion flower vases of most unique design with mazarine ground and
gold Japanese sprays,
oakden seats Beautifully decorated with naturally colored chrysanthemums
and pink tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground. Aro very handsome Karden
flower pots and stands Of rnro and beautiful design, with mazarine ground
and colored clematis with birds beautifully embossed. All of the above mentioned
aro very difficult pieces to produco on account of tho various combinations of color
required, necessitating separate firings for eaeli color produced. Some of tho
pieces have split in tho kiln as many as eight times, so that when a piece is brought
safely through the firing process, tho valuo is quite apparent. We wisli again to
call especial attention to
twosufkrh etchings On porcelain placques, by well-known European
Artists. Tho one is a Marine 1000 by Balllu, in Scpln, and ono of tho best ex
amples of this most delicate and wonderful art, wlilch is now undergoing sueh it
spirited revival in tho United States and Europe Tho drawing in this picture iii
exceptionally good, and the Chlar-oseuro effect very cleverly handled.
The other lepresents a Coast Scene by Mortlno, which is particularly noticea
ble for its free and unconventional treatment, and tho delicate distribution of tints.
Theso mo tho first Etchings on ponntlalu ever exhibited in Honolulu, and ure well
worthy of a vist. The following choice articles of
juiio a niiAO In Majolica and Glassware will offord some idea of tho varlety
ln Uils lino vi5 ; Flower-pots and Stands of all description' and designs in all
colors, and beautifully embossed with fruits and flowers; Glass Center Flower
Vases in all colors with plateaux, Parian nnd BUquo figures; Cabinet Ornaments;
Jewel Boxes; Perfumo Cases ;i Venetian Ware in beautiful designs; Colored
Majolica Brackets of varied patternns; Mandarin Tea Pots In green and gold ;
Exquisite Baibotlno Vases with raised fiowers; a beautiful assortment of Vases off
tho choicest designs; Menu Cards and Slates; Flower Baskets, etc, etc-.
china & glahsware A largalltie of the choicest article of China and Glass
ware of tlio most varied descriptions as follows; Breakfast; Dinner and Tea Hettf
6f all patterns and designs, including a few dessert and tea services of tlio finesP"
quality and. mofft cxmiUlte d.c.Curitqou
onf, STAG CF-NTElt MBCE of most elaborate design nnd finish a magnificent
table ornament. Elegant Toilette Services embossed with beautiful hand-paint
ings of birds &tloeis; Salad Bowls, Champagne Bottle Holders; Champagne
Cutis; elegant Crystal Caudelabras with prismatic pendants and silver mountings,
Cabinet Dessert Services; Punch Bowl-!, Claret & Lemonade Jugs; Soup'Tureens
Bottle Stands; Game Dishes; choice Strawberry and Ico Cream Sets; beautiful
'TaiiniU ds: Fish Howls; Glass Filters; Pickle Dishes; Spiiit Stands; Glass Shades,
and an endless vaitoty of tho finest Champagne, Hock, Sherry, Claret and Liquor
Glasses of the very latest patterns, and a large assortment of Chandeliers and
Lamps of every description. AImi a small invoice of beautiful Iridescent Glash-.
I ware, comprising inuiMiej " v1""'! uiki civwit piumic uuivr
l'ltchcrs, etc., etc., etc, ' . , ,
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Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application, i