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SATUBDAY, .H'NE 23, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
(t.vuumsiuin Exercises for Ladies
und 'Children fiom 9 to 11.
MuccuIh'. Music Hall, tit 2.
Hiiml tit JCtnuui Square, at I :!tO
UctiiilHiipcr, Y.M.C.A.IIidl, 7:30
Gospel Tcmpcinnce Meeting at
Hetliel, at 7:30.
Hetliel .Sunday School, nM:15.
Koit St. Church S. S. at!): 15.
SI. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Kev. J. A. Cru
ziin, niorning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Kev. G.
"Wallace niorning, and 1U. Rev. Bish
op Willis, in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15
THE Y. M. C. A.
lcgular monthly meeting was held
on Thursday evening in their Hall.
A good number of members were in
attendance. The discussion on ex
tending further aid to the Chinese
mission was again postponed, and
the instructions to the building
committee in regard to the uiiflii'mhul
room were deferred. It was an
nounced that Captain Bray would
leave for the coast next week pro
bably by the Fnlkinburg and thus
there would be a vacancy in the
position of General Secretary. The
number of visitors for the past
month to the building has been
1 ,2510. Some 7 new members joined.
The estimated expenditure for the
forthcoming twelvemonth will cause
a deficit of $1,500 which must be
Anniversary Exercises were held
yesterday morning in the Kawaiahao
Church which was neatly and taste
fully decorated for the occasion.
This is the first year that a scholar
of the Seminary lias graduated, Miss.
Julia. N. K. Kawewehi having at
tained that proud distinction. The
programme was a long one compris
ing compositions, recitations, and
vocal music, and an extremely inter
esting Kindergarten exercise by 23
little girls under the able leadership
of Mrs. F. M. Simpson. Amongst
the most appreciated were a song,
the "Old Black Cat," by sung one
little girl with three others assisting
her in the refrain, interesting compo
sitions on a Pony by Miss. A. Puuo.
hail, China, by Miss. M. Kwai Zieng,
Cruelty to Animals, b' Miss. E. Po
weis, and two able and valuable es
says on the Past History snd Present
condition of Hawaii by Misses E.
Kanepuu, and J. Kawewehi icspcc
tively which would have done credit
to any school. "The valley of Chn
uiouiii," u musical selection, and
Miss. Kealohapauolc's recitation, "I
Spin," deserve special mention. After
the exercises the first graduate was
presenter with a neat and handsome
diploma. The lesults of the exer
cises and examinations have been ex
tremely creditable to Miss. Norton
and her able und well-trained corps
of assistants, who have "built well on
the foundations so well laid by the
former principals, the Misses E. ami
deserves to have a whole newspaper
to himself in which his praises should
bo recorded and a special ministicl
to sing them for ho certainly 1ms
done a wonderful amount of driving
away of the settled "Molloncolly"
of the "hupper 'orders" of this city.
Thursday night was another instance
of how his versatility in character
representation with his powers of
hrewd and witty observation could
be appreciated by ii Honolulu au
dience. Tho new features of the pro
gramme were, an imitation of Mr,
Jlenry Russell with charactciistic
song mid accompaniment "Back
Again," and a "Mellow"-dramatic
burlesque entitled "Vanquished Vil
lainy" or "Virtue Victorious" writ
ten by Mr. Maccabe himself.
Tho introduction by Mr. Maccabe
in which he described how he came
to his original idea of beginning tho
play in the middle and thus sparing
the audience the misery of seeing
the dull and stupid first acts was
inimitable. The racy drollery uucl
dry humour of his asidos weio res
ponded to by positive convulsions of
laughter on the part of the audience.
Each of the dramatis personal was
introduced, Wagucr-HUe, by u cha
racteristic motet, thus the villain was
introduced by villainous Jiutsic.
The rapidity of the changes of cos
tume by which Mr. Maccabe was
enabled to take cacli part in the play
and the happy thought of getting the
audience to imagine the scenery so
that each htul what suited him best
wcic only surpassed by the fidelity
to type of the characters played in
transpontine theatres in London.
The tripping of the village maiden,
the talk of the heavy villain, nnd.tlic
shrill tenor of the lover were repro
duced to the life. But "the acme
of sartorial surprise" was reached
when Mr. Maccabe took both parts
of villain and maiden at tho same
instant, and one moment was loving
to "substraction" and the other im
ploiing to be iclcascd. We won't
give away tho modus operandi but
expect all our readers who haven't
seen it to go and see this wonderful
transformation. In the vil
lain's death scene the local hit on
the papers (newspapers) by1
which he proved the rightful heir
was somebody else and so on by re
ference 1st to the Gazette, then to
the 'Tiser, and for final aud convin
cing proof to the Bulletin' was im
mensely applauded. So also was the
letting of the audience into the se
cret of how stage vil'ainsievivc after
death behind the curtain and stalk wea
rily off. The usual ollio of characters
were given in the second part witli
all his former verve and vivacity.
His remaiks on' the subject of piano
lessons to children were sound aud
Wednesday, June 20 M .Harvey,
fast riding, forfeited 812 bail. Ku
aikanaka, (w) disorderly conduct,
7 days and 81 costs. Kalaau, re
manded from Uth, iiol. jiros. Wahi
neaukai, laiceny of horse, sentenced
to 18 month's impronment "at hard
labour, aud 81 costs. Ah Kong,
remanded from 19th, lined 85 and
81.40 costs. J. Kahaulelco, re
manded fiom 15)th, fined 10 and
84.20 costs. lloopouopono, re
manded from 10th, remanded to
23rd. Kancwaikua, (w) and Kawa
loa, (w) having opium in possession,
remanded to 23rd.
Thursday, June 21 Drunks ; C.
W. Kingsley, and Kcnawi, forfeited
80 bail. G. Patterson, (express
driver, an old offender,) lined 7
and S3 costs, and defendant's license
to be cancelled. Kahuakai, (k) and
Kaholo, (w) adultery, (k) fined 830
and 82.50 costs, (w) fined $15 and
82.50 costs. J
from l'Jth, nol.2iros,
Friday, June 22 J. A. Kika,
violating Express Regulation 25,
fined $0 and 81.20 costs. P.
McHughes, nssault and battery, re
manded to 23rd. Kale, Larceny of
fowls, remanded to 23rd. W. Taylor,
larceny of jewelry, found guilty in
3rd degree, and sentenced to 18
month's imprisonment, and fined 850
and 81.30 costs. W. Taylor, re
manded from 19th, not, proa.
Of the order of exercises of the Quarter
ly Exhibition of the Katmiakapill Sunday
Schco!, June 1)4, 188"3.
Chorus, "Only mi armor bearer"
Exhibition, Dtstiict of Iwllol
Exhibition, District of l'auoa
Exhibition, District of Pallium
Exhibition, District of Miiuiiiuc
Chorus, "King the bells of Heaven."
Chin eh notices for the week
Exhibition, Y. M. C. A. of Kaiunakaplll
Exhibition, DUtilct of Watkalialulu
Exhibition, Dlstiiotof Honolulu wuuua
Exhibition, Dlhtilot of Kmikoputi
Chorus, ".Storm the Fort"
Exhibition, District of Klklliiilc
Exhibition, the lief oi in School
Exhibition, District of Auwitloliinu
Exhibition, District of Holokahiina
Chorus, "Angela Welcome
Xo mi lmua bo ka llolke llapaha ma
Kiiiuuiikiiplll, Juno 24, 1883.
Illinenl Hui, "JIo ko:i Llllll au In,"
Holke, Apamio Jwik'l
Holke, Apuiiii o Pinion
llolke, Apium o l'nluiiiu
Holke, Apuiiii n Miiemuo
lliiiienl llni, "E o mi Uelo Liuil"
Nil Olelo llooliihii a ka Ekiileslu
llolke, Aliiihui Oplopio o Kttiuuakuplll
Jlclke, Allium o WiilUuhaliihi
llolke, Apuiiiio Honolulu wiieim
Holke, Apuua o Kiiiikopiui
Hiincnl Hui, "Lawo J'io I ka Pupil"
Holko, Apium o Klklbnlo
Holke, ke Kula lloopololcl
Holke, Apulia o AuwiiloHinii
Holke, Apuua o Holokuhumi
HhiieulHiil, "Ka iiuil kuu Home"
Schr Mima brought about !)0 tons of
The hglnu MoinlngSliirlo'ikO'TOpkBx
of miscellaneous goods. Foicign value
$:noi,r,0; Doinclic v.ilue ijs.-i.W.TJ; Trim
shipped, value, 0281)1,01 ;
Sclu- Kulnni.uiu biought 11)33 bags of
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Band will give a conceit at
Emma Square this altcrnoon, com
mencing at 4:30 o'clock. The fol
owing is the programme:
Mai eh Uoecacrlo Suppo
Overture O-slun Oiulc
Polonaise initials Array Jlor.dorf
Selection Patience (new) Sulllwin
Walt. Glided Youth Waldteufcl
Miuurku A.allan Faust
LOCAL &GENERAL NEWS.
Lyoan & Johnson sell oOlb. am led
hair Mattiasscs for i0. 42!) Iw.
Mn. and Mi's. IJeiinburgor plays to
night at the Y. M. C. A. Hull
Tut, Band will give u concert ut the
Hawaiian Hotel on Monday evening, at
Row Mr. Criizan will conduct the
Gospel Tciiipeiancc meeting to-night,
at the Hetliel Vestry.
Mn. Maccabi! jdves a matinee tills
afternoon commencing at 2:30 o'clock.
Ho sure to go and lie amused. t
A gentletiiaii.lately returned from the
East met Father LarMtis la Philadel
phia. He was getting on well.
It' tho white lady who broke the
liquor law by 'oiling a bottle of beer
will pass tho change over to a chaiity
nothing will be said about it.
Hotel street Is at lat being finished.
The comfortable change will lie greatly
appreciated, and blessings arc ahcudr
falling on the Head of the Road Supervi
sor. . .
Jusr read Mr. A." L. Smith's new
advertisement in another column and
then go and see the aitleles mentioned.
It Is unnecessary for us to say more as
the articles all speak for themselves.
Jr the Government can't find any
money for a nioi e thoiough conservation
of our water-supply and extension of its
liencllts, couldn't a private loan be
iiiNcd on the security of the water
woiks amongst the citizen.
Tun other day a saloon keeper who
wiw "how wine you mj" walked into a
prominent citizen's olllee and challenged
him to light for 1,000 a side. The
aforesaid prominent cltixn told him to
go out or he would lift him out and he
"Restoring the Erring" will be Mr.
Cruzan's theme Sunday niorning. In
the evening, by lequest, Mr. Criuan
will speak upon the "Second Coming of
Christ," and will make tliK the first of
a brief M'lies of sermons on the futuie
life, in which he will discuss "The East
Judgment."' "HelU' and "Heaven."
Our liicntl, Jacob Fisher, is. not only
well known to the Honolulu public as
au amateur performer, whose comical!
ties excite the lisibilitics of 3Iu3ic H-',
audiences, but is equally well known" as
the lnamifactuior and Tender ot tho ex
ce c,Jl .""landing tcmpeiauce drink
called "lisher's Champagne Cider."
Jake is rcsolvod to maintain his fiont
position, and Iuih move I another step
jw'ward by joining the "Telephone
Union. Ouleis can now be transmitted
direct to his manufactory by telephone,
and everybody can lcly upon Immediate
attention. Seo advertisement.
Kiiitok Bullktin: Why is the
throe-innstcd schooner Emma Clau
dina now in Hilo Bay allowed to lie
at anchor without lights at night.
The other day the Likelike nearly
ran into her and there will be au ac
Sotno ono else must nnswer the
query. We cau't. En.
LAST IN HONOLULU I
By general desire,
Matinee This Afternoon,
Doors open ut 2, commence at 2 :S0.
Admission $1; Children half-price.
BY a Young Married Man, lately nr
rived from tho Coast, a Situation
in a stoto or warehouse, as Clerk or
Porter. Address J. B., office of this
paper 435 lw
ALL PURSES will he paid off on
next, between 1 and 4 o'clock p.m., at
the Secretary's office. Ami all bills duo
by tho Paik must bo presented to the
Secretary, ut his olllee, on or before
Thursday next, or they will ho forever
J, E. WISEMAN, Hccielnry,
1113 at OtUcc S7 Mcickiiut street.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Slock Hunches wheie water is required to bo iul-ctl from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol overy description at lowost market rates.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just tho tiling for Klco and Sugar Mills; '
' Differential pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.,,
New Goods constantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows'aud Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
A PURE. WHOLESOME. RE
According to the highest and best medi
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Liliha St.
P. O. Box, 180. Telephone, 281.
JUQfAll orders receive prompt attention.
per steamer " Suez,"
AT A. L. SMITH'S,
A splendid as- ortment of
LADIES' LUNCH BASKETS!
Lubti.il Wiie Picture Easel:.,
Specially adapted for holidays; Curd &
Cabinet Photographs, Chromos; Christ
mas, Easter, and Birthday Cards ; Velvet
Picture Fiamos, Ebony Easels, &c.
E2?"Thosc goods weie selected by Mrs
Dillingham, in San Francisco, and arc
well woithy of inspection. 433 2v
Printing and Poster Papers,
Foi alo by
435 It II. HACKFELD vVCo.
A HOUSE on Emma slicet,
containing 7 rooms, kitchen,
bath-loom, pantry, seivant's
loom, carriage-house, stabling, and lowl
house. Inquiie at 71 Foitsticet or 51
Emma street. 434 tf
From thu 1st of July, ONE or
nvu uuuius in air icioucs
Block, lit Ifmihumnnii t,t.rppt..
Enquire at the olllee, upstair. 434 lw
A Large Assortment
(former price $2.50.)
B3T To bo had at
A. M. piELLIS,
413 Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
HOME - BJCl.XE
FRESH AND PURE
Cream Cocoanut Bars,
Cream Almond Bair,
Cream Lemonade Bath,
Cieain Chocolate Bars,
Cream Strawberry Bai,
Cream Fruit Bars,
French Nougat Bars,
All the above delicious Confections are
warranted fresh and
Guaranteed to be Pure,
and wholcsomo by
And are sold at his
Stenin Candy Factory,
431 Hotel Street, lm
"Where lo you JBuy your
IN ASKING THE ABOVE Question
we simply desire you to examine
closely three main points:
2nd, Style-Fit anil Work.
3rd, Price SUc of BUI.
And. when you are satisfied with conclu
sions, pay us a visit, and wo guarantee
Quullty or Matei-livl.
Hlyle ofPlt and "Woi-Jc
Saving of 20 per cent
In your order. If thec arc sufficient
considerations please call at the
Great American Clothing House
17 Nuunnu Street,
303 ly Corner of Marine.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE I
T the carnc3t solicitation of horse
owners, we sent to the Coast of ar
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Floorman. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class mechanic has arrived, and
comes well recommended from
Leading Shops in tho Unitod States.
"We have, therefore, no hesitation in
stating that all horses sent to ouv shop
will, in future, bo shod in the most
scientific manner known hi modern
Stock that has been crippled by clum
sy workmen can now bo made to travel,
(tur away from. Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN fc WRIGHT,
-417 King street, Honolulu.
The Delmonico Restaurant,
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King street.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALIj UOUKS.
LUNCHES & SUPFEBS
25 to 50 cents.
Board, per week, upstairs, : : $0.00
K. VON OEHLHAFFEN & Co.,
480 lm Proprietors.
All Water Rate Now Due
aud owln?, must be paid at the office of
the Honolulu Water Works,
foot of Nuuanu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise tho privilege will be sus.
peuded without further notice.
OHA9. B. WILSON,
Bup't Water tyorks.
Approved: J. E. Bush, ,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 1, 1883. 418
A GOOD CARRIAGE
HORSE, sound and
kind, 7 years old. Ap.
ply at 220 Fort street.
FOUR largo HOR8E8
carriage or draft
from 4 to 0 Years old.
.r-iv3?S Inquire at the Bullk
Sows, in pig; also, young
pigs lor ureeauig. in
autre ut tho Bulletin
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