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THURSDAY, MAY '21, 1883.
THIB DAY'S DOINGS.
Novelty Show Armless Woman
Afternoon nutl Evening.
Spicial Meeting Teachers' As
sociation, 2 : lo.
Ladles' Ikncvolcnt Society, Fort
St. Chinch, at 2 :30.
Social, Fort St. Church, at 7:110.
Queen's lHrthdsiy Hall, Music Hall.
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY
So dear to all Englishmen, Is with us
once more. Today Is the sixty-fourth
anniversary of the birth of Victoria,
Queen of Great Britain and Ireland,
Empress of India, &c. "What a wonder
ful scries of events a retrospect over that
time calls to mind. How the world has
changed. What divisions have licen
obliterated and row ones erected. Civl
lizatlou has spread and with it the Eng
lishman ever in the forefront. Few cnu
expect to see many more of these anuU
versarics, but all will admit that each
one has left the gieatcst empire of the
world better than at the preceding one.
To-night to celebrate tho memory and
love of that Queen, so dear to all true
British hearts, the British Benevolent
Society given ball wheie numerous cou
" Chnsc the glowing hours with fly
We wish them a merry time and a Milr
stanttal result for the charitable nld in
tended. Police court,
Saturday May 19 Ah Now, violating
sect. 4 Ch. 45 laws of 18S0, fined $25 and
63 costs, and 24 hours given to obey
orders of I'Ire Marshal. Ah Wo, alias
Yet Chue, same chaigc, same sentence.
T. Shannon, disorderly conduct sen
tenced 48 hours hard labour, and $3.20
costs. lona, embezzlement of i$7 pro
p jrty of Hawaiian Government collected
m taxes, committed for trial to Supremo
C Jiirt July term. Knu, remanded from
18th forfeited $10 ball.
Monday, May 21 Drunks, Kapollona,
Kimo, Napala, S. Kamaka, Kealoha,
foifcitcd $(i bail each; M. Doyle, for
feited $8 bail; Moa, lined $5 and $1
costs, Ah llin, Ah Lo, Kiim Yoe,
furious riding, forfeited $10 ball each.
Jonas, assault and battery, fined $5 and
$1.20 costs. Akoc, remanded from 14th
Hol.fros. Nlm Lok, escaping from
chalngnng 4 months additional im
prisonment costs HI. Moa, assault and
battery, $5 and $1 costs. Knholo, de
serting her husband, parties reconciled.
Tuesday, May 22 N. McDonald,
drunk, forfeited $0 bail. Kiimuknhi,
Kuhalehuiole, Puuohaa, driving with
out light, fined $5 mid $ft costs each.
Kamckoua, Waiwalelua, furious and
heedless driving, lined $5 and 3.10 costs
Wednesday. May 23 Drunks, Kalama,
Joe, Kapela, forfeited 8! bail each.
Jvtihahe, l'aluu. Wnllua, Kaallalka,
disturbing quiet of night, fined IS5 and
i I costs each. (J. Klclurdsou, assault
and battery, forfeited $20 bail. J.
Woodward. Housebreaking remanded
The following pa-songers.perLlkelikc
were unintentionally omitted yesterday
Her Majesty the Queen Dawager Emma,
Princess Pooninikclaui, Hon Mrs CH
Hishop, Mrs Kos.i and daughter, Mrs M
King, MUs Lucy I'eabody, Judge J
Stmr Iwalanl brought 3,437 bags of
Tho bark Livingstone took 7fi Chinese
passengers, and 40 pkgs of miscellaneous
Schr Wallele brought 1,231 bgs sugar.
The schr Geu Selgel arrived from Ha
nulol with CDS bags of Faddy for Koolau.
Tho Bktno Eureka took 7330 bags of
Migar, 27 goat skins and 700 Hides.
Schr Holeakala brght 1000 bgs sugar.
LOOAIi & GENERAL ITEMS.
Yesterday afternoon, a dray ran away
along'King Street, but was finally pulled
up without serious damage being done.
China Engine Co. No. 5 had a practice
on Tuesday afternoon on Queen street,
This is the first time the half Chlucso
and Chinese have worked together.
To.Monnow is Mr. J. II. Brims, senr's
bilver.weddlng day. His friends rojoieo
in the opportunity, lo show their appro,
clution of his ninny good qualities.
Tin: box plan for the Honolulu
Amateur Minstrels' performance on
Saturday night, will bo open tomorrow
nt J. v Robertson & Co's atOa.m,
Go early and securo your seats.
NiiWHrAi'EK Supplements in this city,
arc not read so carefully as they deserve,
to bo. In view of this it seems a pity that
owing to tho very great quantify of mat
ler, givcn-iii each ishiio, (.o much Inter
citing local news should be forced iuto
tiu supplement by the Uaxette.
J''ou tho pasf two or three days
numerous reports have been heard as of
the firing of guns'. It turns out that
theho are from the blasting operations
necessary to excavate a cellar for that
new building which Is lMiiiiir erected on
Nuuanii street makal of the WlU" Wo
CJmu Company's store,
Tub survey of the Mora Ian disclosed
the fact that little damage had been
done. Tho tire was entirely confined
to the fore peak of tho vessel Injuring
o stanchions, which will have to be
replaced, and tho windlass, which will
have to be strengthened. Tho vcmjI,
with these change, will bo In, a
thoroughly seaworthy condition.
Again the public arc nnnojed by the
dumping ot old lumber on King street
near the Chinese wash-houses, and leav
ing It so as to obstruct the loadway.
We have before pointed out that the
Government are making an lmtucnto
proilt out of the wash-hoiuo rents and
that they ought to build a road from
King stieet along the back of them.
Whv Isn't It done?
Tun Gaz:ltc some time, ago took up
the Premier and held hint up to execra
tion as 1 living (so it said) some year's
before blntc.l at Charles l's case being
repented in there Islands. What change
of front eauEcd them to publish that
editorial on Liberty yesterday with
precisely the sanio suggestion which
they said was so fearful for Mr. Gibson
to have made.
ON Saturday last, a CAN AH Y, black
and yellow wings and top-knot.
Finder will please leave same at this of
tlcc and receive reward. -109 U
1838 S SS 1883
AND LONG MAY SHE REIGN !
FINE DRESS COATS
Queen's Birthday Ball
to nn had
Only at MELLIS
104 Fort street.
A FURNISHED COTTAGE, .near the
Chinese Church. Apply nt the
olllce of this paper. 408 3t
A FEW FIRST-CLASS TEAMSTERS
Jtx. and Plowmen. Apply to
108 lw WM. G. IRWIN & Co.
Will be received at the ofllec of S. B.
Dole for laying water pipe and setting
hydrants on the grounds of the Luualilo
Home, until Friday night, the 25th inst.
The pipe to be galvanized iron from 1 to
2 Inches; hydrants to be 18 inches high,
supported by 0 x 0 finished red wood
Sosts inserted 2 feet in tho ground,
rass loyer faucets for hose attachment.
Contrnctormust take the piping, nlicndy
on the ground, ns far as it goes, paying
therefore the corresponding prices ten
dered. Trenches will be dug by tho
Trustees. Wo do not bind ourselves to
take the lowest or any bid.
S. II. DOLE.
For the Trustees of the Lunalilo Estate.
Corner of Alnkca ami Hotel HtrcctK
AFTERNOON & EVENING,
GO AND SEE THE LADY
Crochet, Embroider, AVrlte, ifcc,
With Her Toes !
Admission, 25 Cents.
ltoyal Hawaiian Agricul
INTENDING EXHIBITORS are re
quested to send to the Board of Man
agement, us early as possible, notice of
the character and number of their ex
hibits, in order that proper accommoda
tion may bo provided. It will greatly
atslst tho Board in their arrangements
if such Information be sent in at once,
or at tl.o latest by 4th June next. It
will also bo to the advanUige of exhibi
tors that time should be given to allow
of proper accommodation being provid
ed for their exhibits.
Blankn for Applications for Space can
be had of the undersigned, or trnm the
1 Treasurer, Mr. A Jueger, Applications
may also be inado by letter.
By order of tho Hoard,
J, S. WEBB, Secretary.
Honolulu, May 22, 1883, 407 lw
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of the Olownlu
Company held on May 10th, 1883, tho
following gentlemen wero elected to
serve as ollleers for tho ensuing year:
II. A. Wini-MANN.... . . ..President.
A, HANEUEua, . , . (Vice-President.
O. O. Bkuoek. Secretary.
A Jakoeu, .,,,,,,..,.,, .Trousurur,
C. O, Bkiiukh , . . . . . . Auditor.
401 lw C. O, Bunni-n, Sec, Olowalu Co.
IjKI-KP Cottn-f? to Let,
CITUAnSD at Puawa, on tho Walklkl
kJ road, immediate possession. Apply
to Mr. E. W. Holdswortb, Hi Theo.Il,
Davie- is Co.'s office, 401
Yksteiiuav one of the delivery win
dows of the Post Olllce on tho Merchant
street side was taken out. It Is Intended
to fill the space with boxcs--80 In num
ber and all lilted with the new safely
lock. The total uuutber of-4)oxcs then
available for public u-c will be about
4(10. It would Ik) a public hcmillt If the
Post Olllce could secure the ihc of the
ground on the Wulklkl Mdo of the build
hut ho as to hae nioie window room.
Tho alterations will be llnlshed to-day.
(Kiom Our Own (.'oricM'ondunt..
How often dues the Sanitary Inspect
or visit the Mauds? He might come
around litre again.
A large. number of Portuguese ariircd
last night for the Honokaa Plantation
and planters In the dNttlet. Owing to
rough weather they were landed at
Walplo and walked over from there.
Mr. and Miss Mlehlcls, Colonel Judd
and Mr. Moss stopped at Mr. Itlekard's
house on Tuesday night on their way
to llllo. Tho two former very kindly
entertained their host aiid hostess with
their vocal and Instrumental music,
such a treat having never before been
heard here. Mr. J. It. Mills wa3 on the
ICtti Inst, married to Mrs. Urlggs nt Mr.
It. Iticknrd's house.
A COVERED bovbody Phaeton, al
most new; also 1 marc about 7
years old, broken to saddle and harness,
(gcntlemen.s and sidc-addlc. Apply nt
Bulletin Olllec. 405 lw
In aid of the funds of the British Bene
volent Society will bo held in the
On Tlnu-Htln j , May 24th. v
Tickets may be had from the members
of the Conimlttcc, or from
407 3t A. S. CLEGHORN, Trcas'r.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
JUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com-,
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. S. McGuew, W. G. InwiN,
II. A. WlDEMANii, A. 8. CLKOIIOUK,
Cecil Biiowk, Fiiank Biiown,
II. R. Mackaiilake, James Dodd,
J. E. Wisemax, Secretary.
Tho Races will commence at 10 A.M.
1st PARK PLATE,
Hurdle Race; one mile dash ; 4 hur
dles; freo to all; catch weights.
Mule Rncc; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
Running Race; one mile heats; best
Sin 3; free for all.
Trotting Race; mile bents; best 3 in
o to harness; free for all.
Running Racer ouc mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better record than 1 :I7.
eth -RECIPROCITY CUP, ,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
'1 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
7th-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, .
Trotting Race; one mile he'als; best
H in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
Running Race; H mile dash; free to
nil Hawaiian bred horses two years
Pony Race; one mile dash; open to
all ponies bred in the Kingdom not
over 14 hands high; catch weights.
10lh-LUNAULp PLATE., ,,
Running Race'; inilo dash; open 'to
nil horses bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapioluni Park.
Ilth-AMATEUR CUP, ;.
' Trotting Race; mile heats; best $ in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
Trotting Race; one mile; freo to'all
horses that have never trotted In auy
13th FOOT RACE, BICYCLE RACE, etc.
Purses will be arranged as soon as tho
management can conveniently do so.
All Tiorseb, entered for tho above races
will bounder tho control of tho Judges,
and their decision will bo final.
All Runtilng Race", will be under tho
rules of the Pacific Blood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
All horses to carry a rider.
All Trotting Races wHJ be under tlip
rules of tho National Trolling' Assocla
No Pool sel'ingiwlll bo.allowcd ontho
All horses that are sold In Pools will
ho ruled out. '' '" ' ' '
Pormlts to train horses at the Park
Track can bo obtained .from tuorScerc
tary. ' 'fvl r iii'
Jockeys' colors must npcomna.rjy on
order to secure and maintain order,
no one will bo allowed on the track
without tho Association badge, which
may be obtained from tho Beoretary at
the Park grounds.
Admittance to 'lie Park: Pedestrians
free; Horses tmd Hon-os and Carriages,
oQ cts.; udmlttnnco to Grand Stand, ,
J, E. Wiseman, Secretary.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
Suitable for Stock Ranches -.-.-hero water Is required to bo raised from gulches
tb pasture lands for watering stock. Full particular! and estimate - furnished.
- - Befrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes i fe Boxes
' " Absolutely lire-proof. I ,',!
Lubricating 011$ ot every description at .lowosl markot ratct. . ,'.
lllcc Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Dlll'ercntlal PulleyBlocks-'Carrlttgo-Latnps "
New Goods constantly arriving.,.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
, , , Full assortment pf
G. W. MACFAFMNE & CO.
TTCTEiDESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE. PUBLIC to the arrival
T T of our new invoices Just received per Steamer Abergeldlc from London,
comprising tho largest and most varied'assoitinent of Goods and Merchandise ever
imported to tills Kingdom and which w 111 be ready for Exhibition at our Sales
Rooms on Thursday- ncxh May 17th.
In offering these goods for sale we take great pleasure In Informing the Ladles
of Honolulu and of the other. Islandfhat wo have anticipated 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 ouriFlrm from, the.
very latest stocks ot the leading House of London and Paris, with rcfci-cnce to the
particular necessities and requirements of this community.
Many of the articles referred to are of tho very latet and.niost unique designs,
and as the venture is mainly experimental to test the wants of our ladles, thay may
he regarded as merely sample lots. Ladies will do well therefore to mill early, as
the goods will be disposed of as soon as pssible, to make room for o'ur extensive
stock of goods for the city and country trade.
We wish to call particular attention to tho following Grand Exlilbitioiiipleccs
from the world-famed Manufactory of messrs. it. v. uaniell & co., ok London,
tho surpassing beautiful examples of their workmanship, having attracteditlm
notice and admiration of Napoleon III., who granted the Senior Danlell free and
exclusive permission to reproduce from the old models at the Government works
at Sevres. It Is not surprising therefore to note that tills now world-renowned,
house.havc taken' every first prize medal at all of the great International Exhibi
tions on the Continent for the pat twenty years.
The piece de resistance of this art collection is a superb rROMETiiEUS .vase
and cover of turquoise blue ground, and colored majolica, with emblematic' figuiea
at sides, and the chained Prometheus and vulture, most elaborately and beautifully
wrought on the cover. The above is the identical piece that seemed the first prize
at the great paris international exhibition of 18C8. Sonic idea of the valupj
of this work of art can be forinedfroin the fact that it underwent fifteen separate
trials befoio arriving at its present perfected state of form and color. Thai
unusually large size of the pljce rendeiing It apt to split in two, on account pf ifcts
severity of the heat to which it Is exposed in the firing. The color combinations
are strikingly effective, and tho dellcatc.handling of tints is a marvel of nrtistio skill.
There will also been exhibition a pair ok magnificent vases re iroduccd
from old Sevres models, granted tQMi-..Dnniell by His Imperial JLaiesty Napolec'n
III. They are of rose aventurine tint, surmounted with exotic buds of moit
nriiiinni ana oeaiuuui pm ngc, ,01111 eiaoorateiy anil rlclily fiiilshed .in gold
ornamentation, with clegaatly cawed ebony pedestals with marble tops and
crimson plinths. ALo a mot exquisite table center piece in turquoise and
gold, w ith parian supporters and shelli plateaux for llowers and fruits, very richly
ornnmcntcd'in gold. This pleeo is from old Sevres' examples for great exposition
specimens, and has taken tho fl rot prizes at all competitive Europeau Exhibitions
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 the foregoing there
wiiiuu .iiu ui-i-oi ving 01 uspeeiai menuou, notanjy A.1.1FE size COCKATOO with
wings spread, flower holders at sides and chastely finished in ornamentation.
This is a most siirprlingly effective piece, and the coloring is sofalthful'to Nature
ia iu uu luuiruu 111 11113 uAu;i;iiit;. .iiso ,
one jardiniere with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated in mottled
colors and gold aventurine with two ebonized tripods, wlthpedectals and crimson
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also
onerounu jardiniere on four feet blue ground and silver embossments
after Egyptian patterns
one laroe jardiniere in Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles and
II U -V Iwfc Ibinl lAfl.. 1.1 4l aA-m.hh - A 1
niiiinu iJuucnuu ui s.llliu W1UI UUIVv grCCIl
colored leafago. A very handsome parlor
unis tali, risuisi
of finite and flowers
one tall pedestal n turquoise,
two RiiinoN flower vases of most
gold Japanese sprays
garden seats JJeautlfidlv decorated
and pink tied ribbons. Also'dltto on celadon ground. Are very handsome jrarden
ornaments. t , 'M " , "
r u r.u iaAHi.TAKis wi rare anu ucatmiui design, with mazarine ground
and colored clematis with birds beautifully embossed. All of the above mentioned
nro very dltncnlt pieces to produce on account of the various combinations ol color
reuulred, nceessltntlmr senarute rh-ln,rs fm- nm.ii ..ni ...i..,..i c..... -.: .i.
... - ' .' ,, ...I., ? . .; o-
pieces .iwyq smit in iim Kim as niaiiy iu) eight tlines, so that wlieu ii piece is brought
call eVSill attenUon to procc"8 ""l0 lu,t apparent. We wish again (o
,,Two sjUNatn etciiinos On porcelalp placqueinhr well-knowni European
ArtUts. Tho one is a Marino 1000 by Balllu, ln'sepla, and 6no of the best ex
amples of this most ,del eate and wonderful art, which s now SSditagl wc?u
spirited rev vnl In the United States and Europe. Tho draw u In this picture U
excep lona lygood,.a.,d the Cllur-OKeuro effeit vcrj clever ylmudled,1
1 1 x ?, f-er "PP1 CoM Scene by Mo'rUno, which Is partlculuVly noticea
Thott K 'f 'iventlonal treat-pent, and the dellcateist.lbutlon of ints.
'J hesu are tho first L tchliigs on poreohifn over exhibited in IlpnolUlu, and are well
worthy of u visit. Tho following choice articles of "
i .i i ... Z" ViSr..TUrft,Mm "',ww will . otford. some Idea of thevarlety
....... ..,,,, ,,, ,HM, i,u ouinus oi nit-uesenpttoh und deKlarna
ouiiim, ihim nwuiiiuiiy cnppss.CH(Wtth fruits and lloyefs Glass Center Flower
Vases In all colors with plateaux, Parian and Risque figures Cabliiet Ornaments ; '
Jewo Boxes f Perfumo Cases; Venetlau Ware In r7euut4fiu"deslgiis; Colorcil
Mujollea Broelceu of varied patternus; Mandarin' Te Pots in green arid goK i
KxfiuUlto Rarhotlno Vases with raUed flmvnra? v,,...,.n.,i uIt.7......" i f..9 x'
the oltoloost jUwlgns; Menu Cards and
CHINA . OLASSWAUE A large lino of tho choicest articles 6f cidna and Gluss
e of the most varied descilnt'.. ma Aafiiii. T...L..t im...,.,L .....i ;..."" ". .
of all patterns and dcslzns. including
quality and mont exquisite decoration.
, 0P 'vA OKiUisii piEfjE c most
jumu ui;;,nont, Aid-rant Toilette Services emuosseil with beautiful hand-paint
augoujuiniTiviiunui.it nuiau Jiunip, ihuiiijiukiio jjuiuu Moiuers; L-IUlUlpagllll
Cups; elegant Crystal Candelabras with prisinaflc pendante and sliver Inountlngs,'
Cabinet Dessert Services; Punch Bowls, Claret &, Lepionude Jugs; Soup TiirecusA;
Uottlo Stands; Game Dishes; choice Strawberry aud loo Creani Sets; beautlfuP
Tankaids; Fish Bowls; Glass Filters; Pickle Dishes,; Spirit Stands;' Glass Shades'
and an eiullesa.vurlatv nfithn lini'st Cliiiiniinffiin. Ilni'L- Klmrnr ni.iw.f .....i t i, .......
(i lasses of the very latest patterns, and
Lumps of every description. Also a nuill Invoice of beautiful Iridescent Ghiss.
wiirc, comprising Tumbler. "Wipe Glares, "Fish Bowls, Flower Standi:, Water?
Pitchers, etc, etc., etc, r' ' '-jv
' ll(! JHt'OM
Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
are some smaller pieces in the same lino
with erraceful and nteMv r.rAaUfVteutWnnV
' i i.
unique design with iruu-arlne ground and
with nntnrnllv rnln'm.i ..innr0nnm,..u
.-." "-" w.w ..f.vut.wvk..
Slates; Flower Baskets, oto, etc.
a few, dessert aud .ten seivlces of thollnest'
elaborate design and flulsh-a maKiiitlceiit
u Jauro assortnumt of niiiitiiti.iii.iv .m.i
numu vi iiiu
ui. r unes or
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