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SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
nxl 'Children, from to 11.
Hand ntKintnn Square, at -1:1M)
Novelty Show Armless "Woman
Afternoon anil Evening.
Amateur Minstrels, Music Hall,
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:30.
Bethel Sunday School, at 0 :4o.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9:45.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Key. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews Cathedral, Rt. Rev.
' Bishop Willis, morning, and Rev. G.
Wallace in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
cstry, at 3 : 15.
iei9-THE Queen's birthday-1083
The observance of the Queen's
Birthday by English residents was
not so thoroug has the obscrvnncc of
of Independence Day by American
residents very few establishments
closed, and those only for part of
the day. Consular and other flags
w ere displayed over the town during
the day, and the harbour was gay
with bunting. In the
Her Most Gracious Majesty's Com
missioner and Consul General,
Major J. II. Wodehousc, held a
reception in honor of the day.
Members of the Royal Family, the
Ministry, the Diplomatic aud Con
sular corps, and others called aud
offered their cordial good wishes for
the occasion. In the
a Grand Ball was given by the
British Benevolent Society at the
Music Hall. About two hundred
couple were present, nearly all of
whom were dancers, so that the ball
proved the most enjoyable one of
the seasou. The programme was
an excellent one, and lasted till
about 2 a.m. At 12 an adjourn
wns made for supper, and the
Queen's health was drunk with
musical honors, two verses of the
National Anthem being sung. All
spoke in terms of great praise of the
supper and all the arrangements.
The decorations of flags, palmleaves,
ferns and lcis were alllxcd very
tastily. The Royal Family, the
Ministry, the Diplomatic and Con
sular corps were well represented.
LOO Ali & GENERAL ITEMS.
II. J. Agncw's telephone Is No. 280.
Head the amended ltnccndvcillscincnt.
Have yon fcen the now bathing Cos.
tunics lit A. AV. ltlchiinkun's. Just the
tiling for Wnlktkl. (Jo and get oiie.
Tun Hawaiian Amateur Mlmtn-ls will
appear on the boatds of the Mulc Hall
to-night. Careful preparation has been
nindu for thu show, anil cvciy one who
wanton little fun and relaxation nhould
not fall to g.
Bv referring to our advertising column
a notice w ill bo seen ottering $50 reward
for information leading to the conviction
of the person or persons who placed the
o.v cart across the Waikiki road on
Apparently the Advertiser does not
rely upon Its own excellent eiilenilar as
being correct, or It would not have
stated yostci day that the JiOth of this
month iell on a Thursday. Those who
trnt to calendars and almanacs find
that day set down as Wednesday.
At Fort St. Church, Sunday morning,
Mr. Cruzan will take for his theme "The
Love of God." In the evening, at the
request of George Do Long Post, G.A.H.,
Mr. Cruzan will preach n Memorial Ser
mon. The audience-rooin will bo appro,
priatclv decorated, anil the l'ot will at
tend Church In a body.
We understand that the Minister of
the Interior is still letting contracts
without calling for tenders. We heard
just after the Coronation that the
Cabinet had come a decision to allow no
minister the right to act solely on his
own responsibility in all mutters in
volving over $1,000 expenditure aud
nlso that tenders would be called for all
public works. Has that been done? If
Yesterday afternoon about half-past
two as Dodd's water cart was being
driven along Fort street near the corner
of Queen street the front axle broke in
two, and let the whole reservoir down
to the ground. The driver was not
Injured. About seven ton of water w as
in the container at the time. As. soon
as it can be fixed Mr. Dodd promises to
have It in full swing again.
The Advertiser Is constantly deprecat
ing personalities In journalism nnd Is
as constantly falling Into them, Itself.
What was the sum and substance of the
a personal attack on a worthy gentlcninlt
who happens at the present tlmu to bo
the 'editor Of the leading opposition
joui mil. If thu Adit) tis r is sincere hi
its deMie to avoid personalities, why
does It not Iguoic Its knowledge of the
personality of editors and pioprletors,
and simply attack thu Impersonal
journal. Such a course would certainly
he more dlaiilllcd and would nt feast
have the merit of being consistent.
DILLINGHAM & GOV'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
KAMEHAMEHA DAY !
The Social at Fort St. Church, on
Thursday night was'as usual very enjoy,
able. The programme was excellent em.
bracing Piano solos by Misses C. Castle,
and Miss Dickson, Recitations by Mrs.
Hendry fc Mr. Pratt, Vocal solos by Mrs.
Paty & Mrs Hanford. In honor of the
day Mr. Prattrccited "The Englishman."
The arrangements throughout were good
being under the care of Mrs. L. Dickson
& Mrs. Alhcrton.
Tin: Teachers' Association met on
Thur.sdsiy afternoon te discuss pio
posals made by a book-agent that they
should use their Inllucnce to get the
series of hooks he represented adopted
bv the Board of Education here tolthe
exclusion of all other series. Only a
few were prc-cut and they voted to
refei the matter to the Teacher' Con
Aentlon to be held in January next.
Friday, May 25 M. Beck, drunk,
forfeited 8G bail. Foni, driving a
dray faster than a walk, lined So
aud $1.20 costs. M. Kamanawa and
C. Gannon, assault und battery,
remanded to 2Cth, J. Watson,
leaving Kingdom without a passport,
lined 810 and 81 costs. S. Gouiiay,
T. Walker, J. Watson, and G.
Paterson, affray, remanded to 1st
June. J. Woodward, remanded
from 28rd, committed for trial to
next Jury term of. Supreme Catirt.
J." Carroll, remanded from 25th
Wn aie glad to hear that the Attorney
General's portfolio has not been offer
ed to any lawyer here aud as we arc
bound to believe the 7Vr--it U always
so lellablewe think we bave been
fooled In that rcpcrt. But in regard
tolhcheeoiiQ portion of tlic statement
"that no member of the bar would take
olllce with the present ministry" we
certainly repeat that a high ollichll said
so to the highest personage in this
JUNE 11th, 1883.
The following gentlemen will com.
prise the Committee of Arrangements:
Dn. J. 8. McQitEW, Wi G. InwiN,
II, A. WlllKMANN, A. S. Clequoiin,
Cecil Brown, Frank Brown,
II. R. Macpaulane, James Dodd,
J. E. Wiseman, Scerctiuy. ( , ,
Juiwes: C. E. Williams, Wm. Wilder,
W. R. Buchanan.
Time-Keevehs: F. L. Clark and
Clerk of Course; Chailea Wilson.
Saddling Paddock; Jus. Dodd.
The Races will commence at 10 a.m.
Isl-PARK PLATE, Purss $75,
Hurdle Race; one mllo dash; 4 hur
dles; free to all; catch weights. .
2nd-LEAHI CUP, Purse $25,
Mule Race; one mile dash; free for
all; catch weights.
3rd QUEEN'S CUP, Purso $150,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in ; fieoforall.
4th-KING'S CUP, Purso $150,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 3 in
5 to harness; ficu for all.
Sth-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, Purse $100,
Running Race; one mile dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses not having a
better Tecord than 1:57.
6lh-LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE, Purse $1 25
Trotting Race; one mile heats; best
2 in, 3; free to all Hawaiiun bred
7th-PRINCE8S CUP, Purse $100,
Pony Race; one mile dash; open to
all ponies hied in the Kingdom not
over 14 nanus iilgii ; eaten wcignts.
8th-BECIPR0CITY CUP, Purse $175,
Running Race; one mile heats; best
2 in 3; free to all Hawaiian bred
9th-GRAZIERS' PLATE, Purse $125,
Running Race; X miledash; free to
all Hawaiian bred horses two years
10th AMATEUR CUP, Purso $50,
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3 to harness; owners to drive.
11th LUNALIL0 PLATE, Purse $75,
Running Race; mile dash; open to
all libres bred in the Kingdom that
have never run at Kapiolani Park.
12th-EXPRESS CUP, Purse $50,
Trotting Race; oue mile; fieo to all
horses tliut have never trotted in any
1311, FOOT RACE, 200yds. Purse $30,
1st. man $20 2nd. man$10.
Hth-BICYCLE RACE, 1 MILE DASH Purse
15th GREASE POLE, Purse $20,.
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to ho raised from gulches
to pisturc lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely flic-proof. '
Lubricating Oils of evory description at lowoti market ratot. , ,t,L
1 Rice Cloth, PatcntEag Holders Just the thing for Rice nnd Sugnr Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
"New Goods constantly arriving ; iy
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
' Pdli iissortment of Agate Iron Ware, "
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
K-itiikeaouli brought 2,000 bgs sugar.
Mccfoo brought 200 bags of rice, 118
bags of brau, und 485 bags of paddy.
Emma brought 540 bags of sugar, and
05 bbls of molasses.
The wharf nt Honomalino landing is
fast progressing und the timbers for ono
at Honokaa landing will be shipped from
here in a shoiUime.
Bktne. Klikittit. Capt. It. D. Cutler, 29
days from Port Townsend, arrived yes.
terday, and is at the Esplanade discharg
ing. She blugs DC0.089 ft. of rough
lumber, 01,871 ft. of dress lumber, and
50,000 shingles. She is consigned to II.
Hackfeld & Co.
At Mcntonc, of consumption, about
Apiil 11th, Louis Guihert. H.l.P.
LEFT in the Ladies' Dressing Room
ul the Music Hall on the night of
the British Uenovolent Society's Ball, a
Red and Gold Embroidered Fan, with
luce bordered handkerchief attached.
Finder will be suitably rewarded on re.
storing same to F. M. Swanzy, at Thco.
II. Duvics & Co's. 411
EMMA SQUARE) OONOBRT.
The Bund will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing ftt 4:1)0 o'clock. The fol
owitJg is the programme;
Overture Reminiscense of Ossjau(new)
Poloaaise Iu Bridal Array (new) Mer.
Selection Mariluna .Walluco
Fantasia Follow Me Farmer
Quadrille Uuder Palms Kuhncr
'The Bofter your job,
js to get hard money.
iho easier it
ONE Dapplcgroy Horse, strong and
healthy; trained for ladies' use.
411 King street.
950 REWAltD "
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will give such in
formation as will lead to the conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed
or caused to be obstructed tho road to
Waikiki, beyong Sunny South, by plac
ing an ox-en rt across said roud on the
night of tho 24th of May Instant.
D. DAYTON, Deputy 'Marshal,
Honolulu, May 25. 1883. 4U
Uco and receive reward. 409 Ui
OX Saturday last, a CANARY, black
and yellow wings and top-knot.
Finder will please leave same ut this of.
A FEW FIRST-CLASS TEAMSTERS
and Plowmen. Apply to
408 lw WM. G. IRWIN & Co.
jL BURNISHED COTTAGE, pear tho
A. ChiuSwC Church. Enquire ut No.
85 Fort street. 411
Lu.rirt Cottage to JLct.
SITUA TED at Puawa, on the Waikiki
road, immediate possession. Apply
to Mr. E. W. Holdsworth.Jat Thoo. II.
Duviei ii Co.'s ottlce,
All horses cnteredi for the above races
will bounder tho control of the Judges,
and their decision will bo Una!.
All Running Races will be under the
rules of the Pacific Blood Horse Associ
ation, excepting as to weights.
AH horses to carry a lider.
All Trotting Races will be under the
rules of tho National Trotting Associa
tion ' i
No Pool selling will bo allowed on tho
All'hbrscsthat are sold in Pools will
be ruled out.
Permits to train horses at the Park
Track can be obtained from the Secre
tary'. In order to secure and maintain order,
no one will be allowed on the track
without the Association badge, which
may be obtained from the Seoretary (it
the Park grounds. Badges $5.
Admittance to lioPark: Pedestrians
free; llorscs'dud Horses and, Carriages,
50 cts. to tho Park; admittance to Grand
Stand, $1; admittance to Field, inside
of Race Track, for Pedestrians only 25
cts; children under 10 years of ago ad.
All entries must bo mado under seal,
at tho secretary's olllco before 5 o'clook
p.m. Juno 1th. They will then bo opened
In presence of tho Committee.
Jockeyo' colors must acQonma.ny en.
There rniut be throo cntrjos in all races
and two to start.
At tho call of tho Bell from tho Jndgo
btandnll Jockeys will promptly bring
their Horses out according to the Race
In all Races where weights are to be
cam?u, Kiucrs ana unvcrs are required
to provide their oivn weights,
A few moiodJooths to Jtent, 20 foot sq.
Section $10 No one allowed to sell re.
freshmcats at tho Park unites by pur
chasing sections which may l) (tall of
the Hcu-ettiry at his oflice.
All Refreshment teams after paying
first guto money will bo charged half
fure crossing Bridget
Ali nu! "'ill ho striotly eufoicod.
The olllclal Programme of the Ruces
cun bo obtained from tho secretary on
June 8th. at hla olllco 27 Merchant Bt.
J. E. WiBBMAir, Secretary,
WE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC to the arrival
of our new invoices Just received' per Steamer Ahcrgcldlo from London,
comprising the largest and most varied assortment of Goods nnd Merchandise over
imported, to this Kingdom nnd which will be ready for Exhibition at our Sales
Rooms dn'Thursdhy- licxt. May 17th.
In offering thce goods for saleAve take great pleasure in informing the Ladies
of Honolulu and of tho other Wands that wo have anticipated every want in" their
line, and are now prepared to show them the, choieqst line of.Gopds eveivoffered
for sale here, haying' beeri1 carefully selected by- a member of Jont Flrm4rbhi the
very latest stocks of thoilcadlng House of London.nnd Paris, with referenceitorthe
particular necessities and requirements of this community.,
Many of the articles ref erred to arc of the very latest and most, unique desiens,
aud as the venture is mainly experimental to test the wants of o'u'r Iddies. th'dy 'may
be regarded nsmerely sample lots. Ladles Will UoVell therefore to' ball early, as
the goods will bo disposed of n& soon asipssiblc, to make room for our extensive
stock of goods for the city and country trade. ,
We wish to call particular, attention to the following Grand Exhibition pieces
from the world-famed Manufactory of mkssks. n. p. daniell & co., of London,
the surpassing beautiful examples of their .-workmanship; Having attracted the
notice and admiration of Napoleon HI., who granteditho Senior Daniell free and
exclusive permission to reproduce from the old models at the 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'Internatlontil Exhibi
tions on the Continent for the past twenty years. ' , ' "
The piece de resistance of this art collection is a surr.nn Prometheus vasb
and cover of turquoise blue ground, and colored majolica, .with, emblematic figures,
nt sides, and the chained Prometheus and vulture, mogfelnborately aiid beautff ully
wrought on the Cover, The above is the identical piece that secured the first prize
at the great l'Aiiis iNTEKNATiONAf, exiiiiiition of 18GS. Some-idea of the vnltio
of tills work of art' can be formed from the fnct that it underwent fifteen separate
trials before arriving at its present perfected state of form and color. Tho
unusually large size of the piecefrendering it apt to split iu two, on account of tho
severity of the heat to which it is exposed in the firing. The color combinations
are strikingly effective, and the delicate lumdllng of tints is a marvel of artistic skill.
There will also be on cxhlbitlpn n pair ok magnificent vasf.s reproduced,
from old Sevres models, granted to Mr. Daniell by;Hls Imperial Majesty Napoleon
HI. They arc of rose aventurine tint', surmounted with exotic birds of most
brilliant aud beautiful plumage, and elaborately and richly finished in gold
ornamentation, with elegantly carved ebony pedestals with innrbln tnn nmi
crimson plinths. Also a most exquisite tahee center piece In turquoise and
gold, wiUrparlan supporters and shell plateaux for flowers and fruits, very richly
ornamented in gold. This piece Is'fioin old Sevres'.1 examples for great exposition
specimens, nnd hus taken the first prizes at all competitive European Exhibitions
Tho 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 aud sale.
In addition to tho foregoing there are isomc smaller pieces in the same lino
which nip deserving of especial mention, notably a life size cockatoo with
wings spread, flower holders at sides and chastely finished in ornamentation.
Tills ism most surprisingly effective piece, and the coloring is so faithful to Nature
as to be realistic in the extreme. Also
one jardiniere with satyr handles most exquisitely decorated'ln mottled
colors and gold aventurine with two ebonizd tripods, with pedestals1 nnd crimson
Utrecht velvet stands for same. Also '
one round jardiniere on four feet blue ground and silver embossmenta
after Egyptian patterns ' . ".'''
one larre jardiniere in Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handles 'and
square pedestal fpr'saine with dark green ground
one Esquimaux uHiuiELLA stand in majolica with life-like representation:
of a seal in perfectly natural colors. Tills is a most nrtistlc piece of workmanship.
one tall pedestal of mazarine ground with most graceful and naturallv
colored leafage'. A veiy handsome parlor ornament,- Also , .
one tall pedestal in turquoise, with graceful and nicely colored festoons
of fruits and flowers intertwined
TWO.nninoN flower vases of most unique design with mazarine eround and
gold Japanese, sprays b
gardek'seats Beautifully decorated with natnrnlly colored chrysanthemums
and pink tied ribbons. Also ditto on celadon ground. Are very handsome zarden
ornaments , 6
flower pots and stands Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine irround
and colored cleniatls,with birds beautifully embossed. All of the above mentioned
lira very difficult pieces to produce on account of tho various combinations of color
required, neecsslmtiiig separate firings for each color produced. Some of tho
pieces have splltMn the kiln as inauy as eight times, so Unit when a piece is broimht
safely through the firing process, .the value Is quite apparent. Wo wish airnlnto
call especial attention to '
o Biii'Knn KTOiHNas On porcelain plncqnes, by well-known European
Artists, . T hp, ono ,is a Marino ,1000 by Balliu, in Sepia, and one of tie best ex
amples of this most delicate and wonderful art, which is now undergoing such a.
n.i Vi " o"i "oviHiiiiMn.nuu unuci. wry ciuveny nanuieu.
., 'lllV10tilel' represents u Coast Seeno by Mortlno. which is particularly noticea
ble for its free and unconventional treatment, and tho delicate distribution of tints.
'Iheso nro tl,o first etchings on porcelain ever exhibited in Honolulu, and are well
worthy of a visit. The following choice articles of ' "
HKip a bkao In Majolica and Glasswaro will offord some idea of the variety
in this line viz: Mower-roty I'J'd Stands of all description nnU design's iu nfl
colors, and beautifnUy embossed with fruits and flowers; Glass Center Flower
Vases u nil colors with plateaux, Pajian nnd Bisque flgures; Cabinet Ornaments
Jewel Boxes: Perfume Cases:' VeAoHun Wni-nln & nil -iJ.n -i "rir?Mm.i .5
.Majolica Brackets of varied patternns; MiindarlnTea Pots in green and gold i
Exquisite Barbotlno Vases with raised flowers; a beautiful assortment of Vii5p7,f
tno ciioicest uesigns -, .Moim-Curds nnd Slates ; Flower Baskets, etc etc
fltllv'l K nt taatir.Tit. A ln.. II.... ... .1.- .1.-1. . . .. . -' r -
,2, """""'""i " 'sj! 'u " no ciiuiiHHi: articles or China and Glass.
oof the most varied descriptions us (uliows; Jhcakfnsr, Dinner and 'JbTgeL.
of all patterns and designs, iqolnilliig a few dessert and tea services of the" finest
quality and most exniuNile decoration. nuwu
one HT-q OBiminpiEOK of inost elaborate design and finish a minrnlflcmif
talOiHiriianVent. Elegant Tollett. Services cii.bo with Slfui ' g
nigs ui in rub ix, uowern;
uups; elegant I
Bottle Muiuh: (feiim Dishes; i.-lioloe Strawberry and lw Creaui sTts l,,In,T Vi
j-aiihunui rial nowis; uiass i- liters; l'lcklu Dishes; Bulrlt Standi oi,,'.. fii.7.'.i
ana an enuies -
Glat-ses of tho
Lamps of every description.
I PltoliM-H. nt
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oi uio very iiuest patterns, nuu a Jrtro aoHinent of Chandeliers i ani
o nml k? SS& 7i,nW fr ot'''e"Utiful IrldesS'Glisl1: .
b X , "to. etc i l tVlufc' (jlae-i, Ush Bowls, Flower Stimds,1 Water