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FHIDAY, MAY 25, 188a.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Rcmilur Cil&h Sale nt Stiles Room
of Lyons & Level, y at 10 o'clock.
Meeting, Building Commitec St
Andrew's Cathedral, at 2.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Chmeli, at J5 o'clock.
Novelty Show Armless Woman
Afternoon and livening.
Imp. Order of Bed Men, nt 7 :iK).
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :!Jl).
Social at Miss Breeze's, nt 7:!K).
Musical Society, Pi-notice, YMCA
new ilrcproof brick warehouse on
Fort street has just been finished ;
a short account if its dimensions will
not prove uninteresting. It has 200
feet frontage to Fort street by 100
feet depth to the wharf, and is 1 6
feet high to the span of the roof.
The walls arc 17 inches thick and
have 8 sliding Uncovered doors and
G transoms. In the roof arc 9 22
inch vcnlilatoi'3. The floor is con
crete, 8 inches thick. There arc
137,000 lbs weight of galvanized iron
on the loof, which is in three spans
each oli feet across. The surface
water caught is drained by 700 feet
of 12 inch wide galvanized iron
gutters and pipes into 8x 10 sewers.
The weight of the roof is sup
ported by 8 x 10 posts, 10J
feet apart. In the mauka and
Ewa corner is a small of lice for the
stoiekeeper. The storage capacity
is about 10,000 tons. The whole of
it was finished in 3 months, and 5
bricklayers laid the 280,000 bricks
which are in the structure insixty days.
Outside the store and abutting on it
Government has built a shelter shed
200 feet long in two spans ench
37 feet wide. Tins will havo a
macadamized floor which will be
iinished next week. Each end of
this is to be fenced in by a fence 8
feet high, aud at the makai end one
gate 10 feet wide will be erected and
two similar ones at the mauka end.
In one corner an office will be erected
for the Custom House officials. No
less than 1400 feet of rails, making
700 feet of track, are laid to
In ing sugar from the vessel to the
store and vice versa. Tilings have
been so arranged that the .steamers
and schooners can discharge and
load right at the wharf. The whole
reflects great credit on the builder
Thursday, May, 24 Iwnhnaupu,
furious driving, forfeited 5 12 bail.
Kimokco, drunk, forfeited $8 hail.
L. Mitchell, driving n dray for hire
without a license, fined 85 and SI
costs. F. II. Oediug, allowing dray
to be driven by an unlicensed dray
man, lined S' and $1 costs. G
Williams and , attempting
to leave Kingdom without a passport
lined $10 and SI costs each.
Ykstkiuay Casper was discharged
from custody, the Attorney General
lnvlng gone throtic;h tho p-ipcis nnd
evidence, and been legally advised that
there was no case against him.
.Timor. ,T. o. I'loaplll airbed Wednes
day by tho Iwalalil having been eom
mbsioitcd to bring the Bon. Mis. C. 11.
IIMiop and Dr. llrodie to Knllun, but
n-, our lontleis aic aware they wcro
already on their way to Kailun.
Stinr Jas.MnU-e brought 2015 hugs of
sugar, 837 paddy, and 20 hags of rice.
Sehr Watoll brought 4i0b:igsof sugar.
Stinr Wrthnnnalo bi ought 400 bni;s of
The schr Julia, now nt the marine
Hallway, Is being put In thorough
ordcr,--newrlbs, ladder, celling, kelson
fore and aft, etc. etc. A new cabin is
to be built on deck. She will also be
coppered and painted, and is to ho
finished by Juno 1st.
The tern J. C. Ford took 0.104 bags of
sugar, and 2G31 bags of rice.
Sehr Kcknuluohl brought 400 hags of
Yesterday was Corpus. Chrlstl. The
usual celebration was held in the lie-in-ill
Catholic Cathedral. An enormous
congregation literally cuiniinedthu huge
building to listen to nn excellent kcnnon
bv the flight Boiercnd the Bishop of
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DILLINGHAM & CO.JS.
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
LOOAIj & GENERAL ITEMS.
31. Mclncrny has just received a fine
assortment of ladies' and gentlemen's
flue French kid shoes.
Tim Building Society of St. Andiow's
Cathedral meet at 2 o'clock this liftcr
noon at Messrs T. IT. Davies & Co's ofllce.
By the W. G. Irwin, Mcrs MiK-fnr-lnnc
& Co., have received n California
hay-waggon. It is the first wo havo been
on the islands.
Latest Foreign News.,
Nome, April ia.-Tlio MlnlMer of
Foreign Affairs In the Senate, speaking
of the alliance of Italy, Australia aud
Get iniiny, expresses a lio'pe'to' bo able
to solve "the question of capitulations In
Tunis. Some of the cli-cuiuMaitccs
were calculated to aroiic mi unpleasant
Impression In Italy, hut ho
hoped tome acceptable arraniieineiit
would be cll'icted. Italy could not for a
moment Miller any single power to ob
tain exclusive preponderance In the
Mediterranean, nor could she admit the
construction of a great empire on the
Continent of Africa.' , ,
Wi: notice that tho .space allotted in
the Boston Exhibition to Hawaii is
placed in Africa. What a thoiough
knowledge of Geography for B.iwatingl
Wednesday next, being Decoration
Day, is set apart by the President of the
United States as a National Holiday, and
will be observed here by G. Ay. de
Long post G. A. It. An arrangement to
close for the whole day has been signed
by the proprietors of nearly every im.
porlant business house in town.
1 OH T1IK
All colors and size, for m1c at
A. W. RICHARDSON & Co's. -03
ONSatuidavhist, a CANARY, black
and yellow wings and top-knot.
Finder will please leave same at this of.
flee and receive reward. 409 51)
t Suitable for Stock Hunches wherc-water is required to be raised from gulehes
to plsturo hinds for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates fumbhed. -
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magu.eso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes & -Boxes
i . ... i t - J i. i ' ' '
Absolutely fire-proof. ''
Lubricating Oils ol every doscripiion ai lowest market rates. . .tt
Itice Cloth, 1'rttcnt'Bng Iloklcrs jlisl the thing for Kico and,fjugar Mills ;
I---- --,t HiJSAX. ,
'"New Gttods constantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agrlcultuinl Instruments,
' QTull assortment of Agate Iron Ware, - ' ! 5 A ii
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
COVEHED hov-hody Phncton, al
most now; also 1 mare about 7
years old, broken to saddle and harness,
(gcntlcmcn.s and side-saddle. Apply at
Bulletin Office. ' 405 lw
A FURNISHED COTTAGE near the
Chinese Church. Apply nt the
office of this paper. 403 at
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
On Wednesday four men went to
Knkaako. Two of them were to
fight, the other two went to sec fair
pipy. One of the two pugilists was
tlrnnk, the other was sober. The
nature of the fight may be imagined
when we state that the drunken one has
the small bone of his right leg broken
near the ankle, and his head and
face arc so badly mashed that he
won't be able to appear for a week.
The sober one is uninjured. All
four have been arrested and the
case will he brought up at the Police
Court this morning. "Wo refrain
from expressing our opinion of these
men till we hear the full evidence.
This Day, Friday,
Slay 25th, at 10 a.m., nt Sales Boom,
will be held
Regular Cash Sale
of General Merchandise,
v Consisting of
Superior Ready Made Clothing,
Dry Goods, Crockery,
Groceries, Flower Pots,
Furnituic, Matting, &c.
Balance of Bankrupt Stock of Jewelry.
Cases of Kerosene Oil,
Sacks Potatoes and Giound Barley,
A FEW FIHST-CLASS TEAMSTERS
nnd Plowmen. Apply to
403 lw "ijVM. G. IRWIN & Co.
Knights of Pythias
May SO, 1883.
Will be received at the office of S. B.
Dole for laying water pipe 'and setting
hydrants on the giounds of tho Lunnlilo
Home, until Friday night, the 25th inst.
The pipc(to be galvanized iron froin'l to
2 inches; hydrants to lie 18 inches high,
supported by 6 x G finished red wood
posts inserted 2 feet in tho ground.
Brass lever faucets for bote attachment.
Contractorjmusttnke the piping, already
on the ground, its for as it goes, paying
therefore the corresponding prices ten
dered. Trenches ' will be dug by tho
Trustees. We do not biud'ourselvcs to
take the lowest or anv bid. ,
fe. B. DOLE.
For the Trustees of the Lunnlilo Estate.
Corner of Alnlcca and Hotel HtroclH
GO AND SEE, THE LADY
Crochet, Embroider, Write, &c,
With Her Toes !
NO MOBB ANXIETY
need be felt by intending travellers
Eastward or to the coast about their
baggage or tickets. Mr. J. Williams,
the photographer, of Fort street has
made sncelnl arranjrements with Mr. T.
I). McKay, the General Agent forPaeitle
Coast of the Chicago, Burlington, aud
Quiucy Bond, by which, before leaving
Honolulu, baggage will bo taken
care of and forwarded to IU destination
without any further trouble or anxiety
on the part of the owner. Special
fiicilitlo in regard to quantity can bo
obtained mid all inforiiintlon given and
arrangement made Jn regard to routes,
lires, htoppirg-pluccs, places of inter
est to tourKiv, hotels, meals, and all
charges lixed beforehand. Tim advan
tage to the traveller, who thus can iiuiUe
arrangements so that he or she need
never be at a loss to know what to do
on their journey any more than they
wotild at home, can not he overestima
ted. The boon thus offered by Mr.
' Williams k intending travellers Mill o
are sure be upniaclnted.
Last night some njleiauut took one of
n number f ox-carts, Handing besldo
the Waikiki roiul near Mr. Macfarlane's
tbh-ponds and drew it across the road
bo a to entirely ohsti not it. But for the
moonlight It might have caused n seri
ous accident. It was discovered by Mr.
Cleghoin when driving home fiom the
lull at 1 :80 a.m., wlw telephoned to tho
Police Station, when OScer Mehalens
promptly went out and removed it. Foot
printsof naked feet were discovered in
All members and Visiting
Brethren in good stand
ing, are requested to at
tend, as there will be
FUN FOR THE MILLION.
No extra charge.
By order of Committee of Arrangements.
HOTEL ST. MARKET.
THE undersigned having
purchased the Hotel St.
Market, takes pleasure in an
nouncing that ho will ylve'the business
his personal attention, and hopes to sup
ply me wants or tuo puuuc oruonoiuiu
in a satisfactory manner.
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
And other kinds of meat for the tnblo
always on hand.
Prompt Delivery Made.
Oi-tlert taken by Telephone.
By tho return of the Suez I will bo in
receipt of one of tho be4 and newest
and will then ho prepared to furnish tho
BEST HOMEMADE SAUSAGES.
E3ff-N,B. No Chinese pork used.
D. It. FYFE, Proprietor
Admission, 25 Cents.
T.-Iepiiono No. 230.
Q QllC?n street , .Fish Market,
Dealer in olOJ-est
Beef, Veal, Muttoip, '!?!, Pv Ac.
Family and Shipping Orders c'arefuly
attended to, Live stock furnished to
vebsels ut ihort lmtlcH, mid Vegetables
of nil-kinds supplied to ordu)'f i)iQ ly
A. S, CLEGHOEN & Oo.
Have received a largo assortment of
Boots & Shoes
J to suit ulj classes of purchasers, 181,
Royal Hawaiian Agricul
INTENDING EXHIBITORS are re
quested to send to the Board of Mun
iigcmcnt.ins early ns possible, notice of
tho character ami number of their ex
hibits, in order that proper accommoda
tion may lie provided. It -vylll greatly
iipslst tho Board in their arrangements
If Mich information be sent in at once,
or nt the laieU by 4th Juno next. It
will also bo to the advantage of exhibi
tors that time should he given to allow
of proper accommodation being provid
ed for their exhibits.
Blanks for Applications for Spaco can
he had of the undersigned, or from the
Treasurer,.Mr. A. Jnegcr. Applications
may also bo made y lotter.
By Older of tho Board,
J. S. WEBB, Secretary.
Honolulu, May 22, 1883 407 lw
G. W. MACFARLANE CO.
TtTE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC to tliennlvnl
YV of our new invoices .fust received per Steamer Abcrgeldle froni'LonOon,
comprising the; larget and mot varied a-ortmcnt of Goods and Merchandise' ev r
imported to this Kingdom and which will bo ready for Exhibition at; our Sales
Koo'liw oil Thursday-next.' May 17th. ,
In offering thce gooda for sale wo.take great pleasure In informing the'Xadies
of Honolulu and of tho other Islands that we have anticipated evcryvw;unt,in their
line, and arc now prepared to show thcin the choicest line of Goods cver'offere'd
for sale here, having been carefully selected by a member of our Firm from tho
very latest stocks ofTtlie leading House of London and Paris, with reference to the
particular necessities and requirement of this community. , ", j, p ..rf.
Many of the articles referred to are of the very latest, and most unique designs,
and as the venture is mainly.expcrimenfal to test the wants of 'our ladies, thoy may
be regardedias merely sample lotsj Ladies will do well tuerefoie to. call early, rs
the goods will he disposed ol as soon ns psihle, to make roonvfor our exteul'o
stock of goods for tho city and country trade.
We -wish to call partlculaivattetition to thcifollowlng Grand Exhibition pieces
from the world-famed Manufactory of messks. it. v. uaniell & co., of london,
the hurpafcsing beautiful examples of their workmanship.! having -attracted jtho
notice nnd admiration of Napoleon HI.,, who, granted the Senior Daniell free and
exeluive'periniion to reproduce from the old models at the Government' works
at Sevres. It is not surprising; therefore to 'note that tills now world-rciiowiied
house have taken eyery first prize medal at all of the great International Exhibi
tions oii the Continent for the p'ist twenty years. 'r '"' " f '
The piece de resistance of this art collection is a superb raoMETHEUS'iVAnJ
and cover of turqiiolc'blue groundi'iind colored majolica, with cmbleniatic'tlgmes "
at sides', and the chained Prometheus and vulture, most elaborately and beautifully
wrought onithe cover. The above is the identical piece thatsecuredtheiflrbt pi be.
at the great pauis ikterxatioxai. exhibition ok 18G8. Some,idea of the, value
of this work of art can be foimed'froin the fact that it underwentilfteen separate
trials before arriving at its present perfected state of form and color. The
unusually large size oMhc picc3 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
arc strikingly effective, and the delicate handling of tints is a marvel of artistic skill.
There will also he on exhibition a iAin ok marnificekt1 VASES'i-eproduccd
from old Sevres models, granteditoMr. Daniell by His Imperial Majesty Napoleon
II f. They are of rose aventurine tint, surmounted with exotic) birds of mott
brilliant and beautiful plumage, and elaborately and richly Iinished in eold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals with marble 'tops and
crimson plinths. Also a most exquisite table center, piece in turquoise and
gold, with parian supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, very i-Iclily
ornamented in gold. This piece Is from old Sevres" examples for great' exposition
specimens, and lias tuken'tho flrst'prizcs at all competitive European Exhibitions
The above mentioned pieces will remain on exhibition at our Show Booms for
two or three weeks, after -which they will be sent to Sim Frauoisco and New Yoik
for exhibition and sale.
In addition to the foregoing tliero are some smaller pieces in the Mime line
which arc deserving of especial mention, notably alike size cockatqo with
wings spread, flower holders at sides and eliastely'linished' in ornamentation.
Thia is a most surprisingly effective piece, and the coloring is so faithful to Nature
as to he realistic In the extreme. ' Also
one jardiniere with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated in mottled
colors and gold aventurine with two ebonlzed tripods, with pedestals and crimson
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also
one round jardiniere on four feet blue ground and silver embossments
one laroe jardiniere In Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles una"
(qnare.pedestnl for same wlthdark green ground i
one Esquimaux umbrella stand iii niajolica with life-like representation
of a seal in perfectly natural colors. This is a most artistic piece of workmanship.
one tall pedestal of maziiriiio ground with most graceful aiid naturally
colored leafage. A veiy handsome parlor ornament. Also '
one tall pedestal in tin quoise, with graceful and nicely colored festoons
of fruits and flowers Intertwined M
two iminoN flower vases of most unique design with mazarine ground and
gold .Tapaueso, sprays
OAKDKN seats Beautifully decorated with naturally colored chrysanthemums
and pink tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground. Are very handsome car den
flower pots ANt stands Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine ground
and colored clematis with birds beautifully embossed. All of the above mentioned
kiu vi.-i,y uniiuim nm- iu juiiui-ii uu m;umwiiui me various combinations of color
required, necessitating separate firings for each color produced. Some of tho
pieces have snlit in the klliias many as eight times, so that when a iJieeo is brought
safely'tlirougli the thing process, tho vtiluo is quite apparent. We wfch niraiiEtf
call especial attention to .
twosuperu ETCiiiNC.3 On porcelain plaeqiics, by well-known Euronenn
Artbts. Tho one is a Marino 1090 by Biilllu, in Sepia, and one of the best hx
ninples of tills most delicate and wonderful art, which is now iindercoin"8nehii
spirited revival in tho United States and Europe. The drawing in tills nlcture L'
exceptionally good, and tlio Clilar-usoiux effect verya-loverly Imiidledi,
The other represents i Coat Heenp by Moi-tliio." which is partieularly-notiroi-
liln fnn ifu Tt'iirt mill iIinmiuiiiiiMiiinil titnli.wiil ....,1 il... .lll . ' ... . baUv
..., .... , y ,,..., ...I-,,,,, ,,,.,,,.,,, unumcin, linn iiiu uoiieaio qisu-iuutlon of hit
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the Stockholders of the Olowalu
Company held on Mny 10th, 1883, tho
following gentlemen were elected to
servo as officers for the ensuing year.:
If, A. WidemAnn President.
a. lawijUBHij. , , ,., , yicg.Presjdetu,
C. O. Bkhoiik, ,,,..,. i . (fleoroUiry,
A, Jr.OEii, , , , , . . . .Treasurer,
C. O, BKitqmt,.,,.., .Auditor.
4Qt)w Q. 0, Iifill'iKit, aecjOloyyalu (Jo,.
fmrao Cottiijsu to I.ett
QITUA I'ED at Pnawn, on the Waikiki
O road, iminediato possession. Apidy
to Mr. E. W. Holdsworth, at Theo. It,
Davlcs & Co.'s office, m
4-Hoso ai-o mo imr r.tenings on poi-eoiain ever cxlillilted'in llonolulii.miid uve well
worthy of a visit. The following choice articles of ' , ulovj"1
niuo AiiRAoJn Majollca-and Ghiswaie,wi Ipffprd some idea" of'.vnMnH,
in this lino vl.i Flower-pots and stands o'f all description and apMJ".
coloi-s, nnd beautifully' enihbssM with tmltfl 'ana 'flowers MftWif
Vaes in all colors with plateaux, Parian and Bisque, figure, ; Cahliu-c tOruanients
Jewel Boxes; Perfume Cases) Venetian Ware. U beautiful deM.Mis- Si
Majolea Jlruuljiiu of varied imtlwi us; Jfanda,-h,j'pa VolnVXuuu
iqxipusiia iiiiruoiiiie vases witu iiiioija uowers; r heautlf'.ii assoihVin.it V "v..?,T i
the choicest deslgm,; Menu Cards una jJlute; Flower llaskets otu Vu-
china A OLASSWAUB A large lino of the 'choicest ai-tieles of China and Glass,
ware of tho most varied deser ntioiis .,fniinM. iii,iM.,rf H..C..Y-. ,"",'',!!J U"IR,
all patterns and designs. Including a fevdessc.-ii d e: slices of tlKISt
ility and most exquisite Uoonriitloii, ,v " TUU "uut
oMUtiAV cKKTim WKon of most elaborate design audflnisha man-nifleeiit
taMo ui-iwriont, P,lnga.it Toilette Servieos embossed with beautiful mi-nlfl '
lugs of hrds & flowers; Salad Bowls,, Chuinpjgiio Bottle Holders; Chami)-iffiiv
Cups; ologant Crystal Catidelabras with prlsinatle pendanU and silver inountiii
Cabinet Dessert Services; Punch Bowls, Claret ifcLenioitiuloJu-'s: Soun Tui-cpmc
llottlo Stands; Gamo Dishes; eholeo Strawberry ami lee Ci'sVtaPCiufui
Tankards, Fish Bowls; Glass Filters; Pickle pishes; Spirit Stan If Glass Siwdes
and nn eiidles variety of the th.e.t Cha.npa-i.e, Hock, Sherry, C hi et SSl jtenSr
Glasses of the very latest patterns, ami n Wo n.soV.nient oXndP ersTa
Lamps of every description. Also a small IuviiIch of hf..i..iK.7i i..i.i, ...:..; V-".'",M
lln.itiHfiil li'l.lot .,.... .i... .
WtScn'C'S. rt,?lW' W,lw G1TC8' FisU Uvn', Flower Water