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THURSDAY, JUNK 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
'Maeculie, Music Hall, 7 :30.
McctiiiBY. M. 0. A., 7:110.
G. A. U., 7:30.
"o act of the present Ministry has
shown its cakness so much as the
recent appointments of Assessors.
It is quite true the appointments for
last year were no belter as a loss
of revenue to the Government
showed there being a falling off of
some bixty thousand dollars from
the ruto of increase of former years.
There was this difference however,
last year they had former books to
copy from, which many did; this
year the new law goes into effect.
Is there one intelligent person whp
will say that they (with the exception
of four or five) arc able to compre
hend tho law, or that they have
judgment to assess property of
large and mixed value.
Of course some people may not
care what kind of assessois are ap
pointed as they can do as tho people
of the Ililo district did last year
appeal in a body and get tho assess
ment reduced to any sum they
choose to name. But how does this
affect the conscientious man who con
siders it his duty to give in an hon
est and fair valuation of his proper
ty. He must cither pay more than
his share, or decline to give in any.
One stranscc matter is that the same
assessor is appointed for the Ililo
Then is nothing that can weaken
a Government so much as to place
people in positions they cannot fill,
liaising and spending the revenues
of the Government at the present
time is looked upon with distrust b'
our best people simply for that rea
son. What will result from this
feeling of distrust no one can tell,
but the outlook is not reassuring.
Tin: Unn.l gave an excellent moon,
light Concert on Tuesday evening at
Emma Square which was fairly atten
ded. The music was very geneially
appreciated. The lolloing progiammc
Oveiture, Silvnnn, "Weber
Ballad, Mornings UeethovcH
Mazurka. Neckarbordcr, Schlny
Finale, BclK'iiio, Donizetti
Selection, Cox and Box, Sullitan
Waltz, My Friend, .'.Gassner
1'olkn, Comic Michicls
G. H. Y. CONCERT.
On the 14th June the Saloon
passengers of the City of New York
gave a concert at which the follow
ing programme was tendered. From
the amount of talent enrolled in it
our readers can judge how enjoyable
it must have been.
Piano Duett La Gallliia
Mr. a nd Mrs. Helmburger
Song For Goodness Sake
fin the Gloaming
Song -'Under the Willow
Piano Solo Flower Song
Miss Lucy Herbert
f Mrs. Lofty aim .1
Song - Constancy
Vocal Duett Do you licmcmber
Mrs. Howler and Mrs. Helmburger
Song The Tcmpci-t
Piano Sole 1 2th Rhapsodic Lis.t
, Mrs. Helm burger
Kong Kathleen Mat ourneeu
.Son'' Alice Wlieie art thou
Piano Solo Home Sweet Home
Chorus Hawaii Ponol '.
By the Passengers
i ouce coufT
Monday, June 11 Drunks; Kn
ninknu, Kuaia, Fun, Makanui, E.
Brown, W. Hanis, D. Farrell, O.
Goodwin, forfeited SO bail each.
Kuahtni, P-jhua, T. F. Luke, lined
So and 81 costs each, J. Denny. SO
and 81 costs, Kcalolm, 88 and SI
costs. Aluum, larceny of chickens,
(5 months imprisonment at hard
labour, and Sl.-'O costs. T. F.
Luke, assault and battery, lined 85
and 81 costs. F. Davis, disorderly
conduct, (old offender) 7 days im
prisonment at hard labour, and 88
costs. J. Denny, lemanded from
Oth, nol. prog. Ah Fat, assault
and battery, lined $5 and 81.20
costs, Au Moon, nine charge, re-
11 HHil, 55' ,
Tuesday, June 12 Drunks; Sam,
Kocie, ivclipio, Ivc, Kakckole,
(South Sea Islanders), and Kalanul,
forfeited SO bail each. Sam. (S. S.
.) lined 86 and SI costs. Iloopii,
3 10 and SI eosts, Kahcla, $G and
31 costs. Kapau, furious riding,
forfeited S12 bail, l'acpio, dis
obedience to parents, and truancy
being 1 1 years of age, is sent to
Reformatory School for 2 years. Ah
Moon, Chang Hook, Sulk Wan,
assault and battery, remanded to
Catcilna bro'l 800 bgs or sugar.
Sohr Mceloo liro't 7U) bgs ot Paddy.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Lyca'n is Jottxso.v sell Colli, curled
hair Mattrasses for $0. 429 lw.
Yi:sti:hi).vy Ills Majesty teceived the
Captain and Olliocrs of the L'Ecltdreur.
Tiik Examinations at Oahu College
passed oil very successfully this year.
Go and see Maccabc to-night. Addi
tions to and elmugcs in tho programme
have been mi de.
A mail ior San Fmuci'co via Ililo by
the French Man of-w.tr L'Eolalrcur will
close to-day at 3 p m.
Tin: byelcle on which the race was
won at the Park was run into by an
oxpiess and broken while the rider
was coining home aeioss the bridge.
Yeilcrilay afternoon as the Jas Mnkco
was going oir, a native woman tried to
get n-liorc after the. gang plank was
jiullcd in. She fell in the water, but
Ox Tuesday afternoon, as a con
sequence of tlie races we suppose,
several disgraceful drunken rows took
place at the corner of King and Fort
Again an instance of carelessness Is
noted by the Police. A firm otiiQucen
street left their store on Tuesday after
noon without securely fastening- it Of
course if anything had been stolen the
puzzle would have been how did the
burglars open the door.
Thu time fixed for Oahu College
Graduating Class for this year to give
their exeiciscs has been changed to Fri
day night. The exeiciscs will be given
in Fort Street Church and the public
arc invited to attcrd.
Tun two diop-Ictter boxes at the Post
Office are now inscribed Island Letters
and Foreign Letters respectively so that
the bibours of the sorters inside may be
lightened ami the public convenience
Ox Tuesday night Mr. Piatt gave a
lecture ou Deaf and Dumb Asylums in
the Y. M. C. A. Hail, which was well
attended. Uufoitunatcly we icceived
no notice of it and me therefore unable
to give a report of it.
Tin: Likelike will leave for Hilo on
Monday ncxt at 4 p.m. instead of on
Tuesday and will stay over at Hilo for 2
days. This will give all persons desir
ing to visit the Volcano an oppoitunily
to go and return the same week. "Wo
understand the Sugar Commissioners
intend making the trip.
Wi: learn that it is the intention of the
Post Olllce authorities to suspend a
powerful cil lamp in the' verandah of
that building so arranged as to
bum nil night. Jt seems strange
that the Post Ofllco should have to do
tills when the streets ought to be well
enough lighted without, but then tho
Legislature -thought we hud enough
lamps in Honolulu already perhaps.
A little Instance of a man's ingenuity
in evading the bridge-tax al the Kates
on Monday was told us yesterday. Ho
was driving one of the ordinary wagons
such as grocers unci sodawatcr fac
tories use to convey their goods. He
arranged with his passengers to lie
down in the wagon and then covered
them over with a blanket and drove
them oter as i-o much sodawatcr.
Tun item which wu published yester
day morning showing the falling off iu
the natural source of the water supply
of this town is certaiuly one calculated
to eaurso tho gravest alarm. Slowly
but surely tho water In tho natural
underground reservoir from which our
urte-siun wells draw their supplies is
diminishing, and the amount luih
decreased ho much as not only to dry
up some springs and lessen the supply
of all the others, hue to lower the
height at w hleh artesian wells w 111 How
by about one foot. The matter demands
the sei Ions and instant attention of the
Government to dovlsu means for adding
to our water supply and checking the
waste from uucappvil artesian wells, for
If something in not douo wo shall shortly
hsivu a water famine In our midst.
W notice that the Guzetc goes for
the Ministry ou the appointment of Mr.
Haysetdeu as tux-assessor for Honolulu.
He may not be the best mail iu the
country for feucli.jt juohIiIou but, he
I'nrfiiliilv iu. nl liMuitwMi'iiHlrlpruhlv better.'
lilted for il than the gentleman who
tilled the ofllco for the past tWelvo
month apparently to the sitlsftiotlou
of the Gazette for It said nothing about
it. But Sir. Haysoldon Is a relative by
marriage of Mr. Gibson and therefore
the Gazette condemns htm. This 1
Unfair. We, even moru'linnthc Gazette,
object to Mr. Gibson's policy In cen
tralizing the Government functions in
ills own hands and going against the
dcslies of the best part of the communi
ty but wo aie not going to decry any
thing Ujat lie docs simply because he
does It without weighing whether it is
good or not llrsl.
Tin: following dccilptlou of Her laic
Highness Ruth Kecllkolaui's coflln may
pcihaps Interest our readers. It whs
made by Mr. C. E. "Williams from choice
specimens of Kou and Koa woods, pa
nelled and beaded, the light Koa being
used for the panels and thu Kou forthe
iclief work. It was 8ft. long by 2ft. 8
in. wide and art. 4in. deep and contained
n lealcn coflln in which were the ie
mains. On tho lid wcr.i two small hand,
some Kou slabs on which were placed
the silver ornamentation made by Mr.
"Wcnner. On the upper one w as the half of
a Hawaiian crown surrounded by a coid
and tassels beautifully modelled. The
lower one had on it a silver shield-shaped
plate beating the following inscription
Ka Mea Kieklu
Kaikamahinc a Faiiald u me Kukuauaoa
Hanau ma Honolulu Oahu Pcpcluall II,
Make ma Kailua Hawaii Mel 24, 1883.
This was ornamented with faithfully
and chastely cngiaved copies of fern,
maidenhair, malic, kukui, and bread
Stewiso into Messrs Lycan & John
son's yesterday wo noticed some novel
tics which we would de-ire our readers
to go and see. Firt conies a handsome
picture painted by Mr. Strong of Lung
ford jr. on the track i.t full speed. Next
come specimens from the studios of all
our local artists, including Mr. Fur
neaux, Mr. Strong, Mr. Delanux etc.
Then tome handsome specimens of Bur
lotlne ware in the shape of porcelain
flowers one specimen of which, a n i
ror wiih a spray of loses over it, was ex
ccedinglv handsome. Sotno new designs
in Majolica from Cincinnati were also
admirable and a lamp globe with a map
of the world makes a novel addi
tion to the study. Some new lots of rat
tan furniture including children's chairs
and rockers and the linc&t assortment of
picture frame mouldings on the islands
in all the newest styles complete the list.
Go and sec them.
THUItSDAV, JUNE 21st.
When the programme will be varied by
the introduction of un original
In which Mr. Maccabc will im
personate the entire
DRAMATIS PERSONS !
and in the
Grand Sensation Scene
will appear us
TWO CHARACTERS AT ONCE.
Tills bkctch lias been pronounced b
the entire Press of England and the
Australian Colonies as the perfection of
Burlesque acting and the acme of sar
In accordance with the expressed wisli
of many of his patrons, Mr. Maccabc
will give a
Matinee on Saturday Next.
The Gallery will be Closed.
Admission $1 to all parts of the, Hall.
Tickets to bo had at tho Hotel.
rpHE EXERCISES OF THE
Graduating Class of 1883
Will take place at Fort Street Church,
On Friday Evening,
June 'J2nd. The public are cordially in.
43il . vited to attend. 2t
"WING TO THE SCARCITY
No Ice will be Delivered
from tho Honolulu Ice Factory
FOlt A FEW MAYS.
4!53 J. K "WILDER,
ALL PURSES will bo paid oh" on
ne.t, between 1 and 4 o'clock p.m., at
the Secretary's olllce. And all bills duo
by tho Park must lie presented to tho
Secretary, at ids otlleo, on or before
Thursday next, or they will bo forever
J. E. AVISEMAN. Secretary.
,483 3k Wv mOMw OT'JlwlMurt itreet.'
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BILLiTan F JEW GOODS!
Suitable for'Stock Ranches where water Is required to be raLrd from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, , Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcitc Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of every description at lowott market rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bug Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
New Goods constantly arriving'.
Full lines of Plows'nud Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Where tlu you HSuy your
IN ASKING THE ABOVE Question
we simply desire you to examine
closely three main points:
1st, quality Material.
Snil, Htyle-FK nml Work.
!lrl, 1-rlcc-SiEC or BUI.
And when you arc satisfied with conclu
sions, pay us a visit, and wc guarantee
Stylo or Fit, mid. Work
Saying of 20 per cent
In your order. If these arc sufficient
considerations please call at the
Great American Clothing House
17 Knnanu Street,
393 ly Corner of Marine.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
AT the earnest solicitation of horso
owners, we sent to the Coa-it of ar
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Floorman. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class nuchanic has arrived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops in the United States.
"We have, therefore, no hesitation in
stating that all horses sent to our shop
will, in future, be shod in the most
scientific manner known iu modern
Slonk that lias been crippled by eluni.
sy workmen can now be made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHATMAN fc WRIGHT,
417 King street, Honolulu.
The Delmonico Restaurant,
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King 'street.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALL 1I0UIIH.
HiUIVCMES & SUPPEBS
25 to CO cents.
Board, per week, upstairs, : : $0.00
R. VON OEHLHAFFEN &, Co.,
430 lm Proprietors.
All Water lttites Now Due
and owing, must bo paid at tho olllce of
tho Honolulu Water WoiUs,
foot of Nuuauu bt,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise the privilege will-ho sus.
peuded without further notice.
CH.YS. H. WILSON,
Sup't Water Works.
Approved: J. E. Bush,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 1, 188!. 418
A GOOD CARRIAGE
II O R S E, sound and
kind, 7 years old, An.
3i ply ut '-0 Fort street.
FOUR largo HORSES
carriage or draft
from 4 to 0 years old.
o Inquire ut tho Bullk-
TIN umcc. -s-o
"Sows, lu pig; also, young
sxuil'3 lot breeding. In-
Inquire jit tlio VBulletin
'.',-. ,.jt ,... fate jiiWiK
To thu Honolulu Puumc: Al the An
nual -Meeting of tho Hoard of Represen
tatives ol the Honolulu Fire Department
hejd on the 7th inMnnt, the subject of
boii'fircs and trash-burning- on private
propei ty, within or near Uie city limits
was discussed from a Fireman's stand
point, and, n3 might have been expected,
it. called forth some rather harsh com
ments on those who have during the
past year, either through thoughtless,
ness or indifference, been the cause of
useless efforts aud loss of time of, the
Department and wear and tear of its ap
paratus, by kindling bonfires without
notice, aud selecting it would seem in.
tentionally the limes when they would
cause the most alarm and unnecessary
work and trouble.
It was flnnlly decided to authorize the
Chief-Engineer to make a public appeal
to the property holders and residents of
the city irencrally. requesting them to in
form either the Fire Marshal or himself
a reasonable time beforehand of the ex.
act time, and place of any intended Bon.
fire or Trash-busning in order that false
alarms from these causes be prevented
Some of our citizens have already
been considerate in the matter and.givcn
dun notice, as above requested, but the
custom is oy no means general.
This appeal is made with a degree of
dlllldence, as the members of the De
partment remember with pleasure and
gratitude that they, as a body, have been,
dealt generously with in the past by tho
past by the goodpeople of this city, and
they hope to merit a like consideration
iu the future; at the same time they en
tertain a measure of confidence, that tho
reasonableness of their request will ho
admitted, and a hearty compliance there
We have at piesent in round numbers
three hundred active members; a largo
majority of whom depend for their live
lihood of their families and themselves
on their daily wages; and while they do
not hesitate to spend their time and
strength or risk life and limb for tho
benefit of their fellow-citizens when oc
casion may require it, yet there is noth.
ing more disheartening and destructive
oi discipline and promptitude in the in
dividual tiremen themselves, and annoy.
ing to Iheir employers than to find, after
a long and fatiguing run with heavy ap.
paratus, their efforts and time have
ueen thrown away in consequence of a
caieless and'wanton false alarm.
Per order of the Hoard,
Chief Engineer H. F. D.
Honolulu, June 14, 18S:. 428 lw
A Large Assortment
(former price $8.50.)
5S2T To be had at
A. M. 5MELMS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
home - m.a.i:e:
fresh and pure
Cream Cocoanut liars,
Cream Almond Bars,
Cream Lemonade Ears,
Cream Chocolate Bars,
Cream Strawberry Bars,
Cream Fruit Bars,
French Nougat Burs,
. Peanut Bars.
All the above delicious Confections arc
warranted frcsli and
Guaranteed to be Pure,
and wholesome by
And arc sold at Ids
SteuufCttinl j Factory, ,