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TUESDAY, JUNE 2G, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Ladles' Benevolent Society, Fort
St. Church, nt JJ.
Mcetiuji, Antiques ivml Horribles,
Engine Ca. No. 2, at 7 sharp.
Excelsior Locho, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30.
Social, Fort st. Church, 7:30.
Ilclmburgcr, Y.M.C.A.Ilall, 7:30
THE IMMIGRATION DEPOT
has had bcvcral valuable improve
ments and additions made to it late
ly under the superintendence of Mr.
J. S. Smithies in view of the Hun
kow's arrival with the thousand or so
Portuguese she lias on board. On
the right as you go in the gate is the
Doctor's room for examining all
those who are, or iiimgiiic themselves
to be, sick. Next to it arc two rooms
to be used as an infirmary, if neces
sary, for those who arc not ill enough
to be sent to the hospital but yet it
is deemed better to separate from
Bight' opposite the entrance gate.
in the centre of the yard is a build
ing of three rooms the first of which
litis been fitted up as nn oiticc. the
next is fitted as a reception room for
planters, &c, and the last as a
sleeping room for the ofliccis in
charge of the immigrants. Bound
the yard arc rows of neat rooms 10 x
12 each with verandahs running
along the front. There arc oO of
these available for the accommoda
tion of families. Eighteen of them
bavc just been erected. A large la
nai on the makai side is an addition
to the comfort of the inmates and
groups of bathhouses are at every
corner. Roofed-in washing-sheds
have been provided with floors, tubs,
troughs, etc., and other necessaries
for washing. Next comes the kit
chen with its 7 boilers capable of
turning out 250 gallons of bouillon
at once. In front of this is a ver
pndah, with a long counter under
neath, where the rations will be served
out. These nrc per diem lb meat
to each adult and A lb to each child,
vegetables in proportion, 1 loaf of
fresh bread each, hard biscuit morn
ing and night, coffee in the morning
and tea at night, tobacco twice a
week and soap twice a week.
The sanitary arrangements arc all
that could be desired, a covered
gangway 180 feet long leading out
to buildings over the sea. The
drainage etc. is thus carried out to
sea and no offensive smell can arise
therefrom as before.
THE HEIMBURGER CONCERT
on Saturday night was a treat such
as we do not often get in Honolulu.
To have classical music interpreted
in true musicianly style is rare. The
opening number a bracket of a
Danish melody and Liszt's fantasia
on airs from Rigoletto placed Mi1.
Hciinburger at once en rapport with
his audience. The duct Liszt's
Hexuinerou which followed was
biich music as has never before been
played in Honolulu. At the close
of the third seetion of the first part
Mrs. Hciinburger wns heartily en
cored and several handsome bou
quets aud floral designs were pre
sented to her. After tho interval
Sir. Heimburger played Beethoven's
Moonlight Sonata for which he was
encored, responding with his own
variations on Home Sweet Home
interspersed with those of Thalbcrg.
This, to many, was the most inter
esting part of the programme. Mrs.
lleiniburger's rendition of Men
delsohn's lieder was perfect. Mr.
Heimburger than gave some fine
examples from Chopin and Liszt of
which Chopin's Etude in G-llut wus
a splendid specimen of difficult
music overcome by a good techni
que. A well-known duo of Gott
schnlk's, Ojos Criollos, wound up an
Mr. Barnard cnino here in 1848 or
., ( '19 and was at first clerk to the then
; British Commissioner, General Mil-
';V lcr. On tho resignation of Sir. II.
Rhodes ho has nppoilitccl Chief Clerk
of the Supremo Court in Feb. 1st
'o 1 which position ho held till Dec.
31st 18GI when ho went to New Zea
land) where he returned from in '71
and wns appointed in August of thnt
year to the Deputy Clerkship. The
same year ho was appointed Master
in Chancery. In '7G the then Chief
Clerk, Mr. Seal, resigned, and Mr.
Barnard was reappointed in his
place, which position lie held till his
Next to Marshal Parke tho de
ceased was the otllcer of longest
standing in Government Scivicc.
During his long connection with the
Court his courtesy and consideration
to all are well-known and have earned
him the esteem and goodwill of all
those who came in contact with him.
It will be cliflkult to fill his place
with as good a man.
Solir Ehukal brought 204 bags sugar,
anil 823 bags of paddy.
Schr Emmn brought 840 bugs sugnr.
Slmr Kiluucn Hoti brought yo bags
Ktmr Lilu'liko brought 2,700 bgs sugar.
Stmr Wnlmanalo brought 4S0 bags
The ship Shamlon dpi. E. .1. Passl
full 110 days from Glasgow with n car
go of incichamhsc. She is consigned to
Messrs Mncfnrlanc & Co.
The schr Mary Alice Is now in the
LOCAL & GENERA LNEWS.
At the Baud Concert, Inst night, the
Star Spangled Banner was cheered.
On Sunday morning the flag Hying on
Hie gaff of the Essex was upsido down,
and remained so for about half an hour.
Nothing was wrong however, oa bonid.
Ox Sunday an immense devil or din.
mond fish (it is called by both names
here) was caught off Puuloa. It mca
surcd 10 feel across. Quito an exciting
chase wns had before it wns landed.
Mil. P. D. Hughes wishes us to ex
plain thnt ho is not the man arrested for
assault nnd battery and convicted nt the
Police Court on Salurlay. AVc are glnd
to draw public attention to this fact.
It is said that Mr. and Mrs. Mnccabc
will probably take part In a amateur
performance for the benefit of some
local charity. We hope thnt the affair
will be consummated.
Ox Saturday night Mr. Ashley found
a bay horsa with a saddle and bridle
and bundle of fish. The owner can, on
proving property and paying expenses,
have the same on application to him.
Oun daily contemporary stiles us a
"winter" we nrc glnd to see thnt he
appreciates that wo are able to 'freeze
him out' any way. We would advise htm
to consult our article again, and also
the dictionary, before be writes about
"nuphetic" vapors whatever they may
About 70 South Sea Marnier.-, are
now awaiting repairs to the Julia to bo
taken home. One of these has during
his three years here accumulated $300
and another has 9300. They are spend
ing this in tobacco, clothes, etc., to take
back. When these people camu here
they simply had on the clothes the
Government had sent down to bring
them up In. Now not one of them but
lins a camphorwood trunk well tilled.
Yesterday afternoon a shocking
specimen of juvenile depravity was to
bo seen arraigned before the Police
Justice. Two boys whoso combined
ages did not amount to twenty years
had stolen a watch in the early part of
this month out of a room in Fowler's
yard then disposed of it by bale to
another boy not yet found. The
unblushing falsehoods told by the elder
of these boys would have been remark
able even iu ail older criminal.
Mn. Maccabe gave his last perfor.
iii unco in the shape of a matinee on S i.
turdny afternoon which was fairly at.
tened. Thejchlldrcn were delighted, as
well they might be, and laughter rippled
unceasingly at each new phase of comb
callty. It Is with sincere regret thnt we
cloroniclo our farewell to this gifted ar.
tlst who combines perfection in his pro.
fession with tho whole-souled geniality
of n thorough gentleman in his private
life and wo trust that his visit to Ilono
lulu will linger so pleasantly jtl his me
mory thnt ho may return tit some future
date. We heartily wish him the suc
cess that lie deserves in other lands
ami thnt is tho highest.
1'iom Oar Own Correspondent.
On tho 10th inst tho schr. "Dako
tah,' Cnpt. I K. Mnguue, arrived
nt this port. 20 days from Port
Townsend, with J 14,428 foot rough
lumber, and 100,000 shingles to
Messrs. Slupninn & Bridges. Prof.
Janssen and tho scientific party from
tho "Eclnircur" have not yet re.
turned from tho Volcano. They
left Ililo on tllo 17h, and have
probably jimdc tho ascent of Mau-uulou.
(From Our Own Coirrspuiidcnl.)
The Brig "J. D. Sprcckcls" Capt.
Friis, arrived Juno 22nd from San
Francisco, 12 days out, with a
general cargo, and tho following1
passengers: C. II. Bcacow and
wife, J. Doherty, ami W. Marshall.
Tho bark '1 G. Thompson,"
Capt. Potter, cleared June 22nd for
San Francisco, her cargo consisting
of lf,225 bags sugar weighing
1,837,440 His, valued nt8118,192.M.
The schooner "Anna," Capt.
McCnlloch, on lGlUiust from Aptos,
with a cargo of It. It. lies for tho
II. C. Co.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
At the residence of A Pr.Ut, Esq., Puna,
lion, on account of departure,
On Wednesday, Juno 27th,
At 10 . m. will be sold,
The Entire Household Furniture
In pnrt as follows:
Handsome Parlor Set,
Two Bedroom Sets, complete,
Two Child's Cribs, Mosquito Nets.
Sheets, Hair Mntlr.isei, Fo.UherPjllows,
Coverlets, Dining and Office Chairs,
Etcmlon Dining Table, Clocks,
Book Case, Writing Desk,
Cook Stove and Kitchen Utensils,
Glns and Ciookeiyw.irc,
Wheelbarrow nnd Tools,
A 2-Seated Covered Carriage,
One Good Carriage Horse,
Can be recommended; & I S.uldle horse
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
N.B. The Punahou Busses will leave
Hall's store, corner of Fort nnd King
streets, at 9 a.m., sharp, nnd return after
the sale. EgT'Frec passage.
MAX ECKART "
Has HfcetTtroied. !
And will resume business nt once
At his Old Stand on Fort Street.
IS hereby given thnt Ah You and Ah
Yong, now nt the Chinese Theatre,
with their wives, intend to go to China
on the Suez. All claims against them
must be presented nt once. 430 2t
BY a Young Married Man, lately ar
rived from the Coast, a Situation
in a store or warehouse, as Clerk or
Porter. Address J. S., office of this
paper 435 lw
LL those wishing to take part iu the
Antiques & Horribles
on the 4th of July nest, are requcstel to
meet nt the Hall of En sine Co. No. 2, on
TUESDAY Evening, June 2Gth, at 7
4f.0 2t J. E. WISEMAN, Bec'y.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WEIGHT
TO THE RESCUE 1
T the earnest solicitation of horse
owners, we scut to the Coast of ar
First-Class Horse Shoer,
and Fioormnn. Thanks to our agents, a
first-class mechanic has arrived, and
conies well recommended from
Loading Shops In the Unllod 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 in modern
Stock that has been crippled by clum
sy workmen can now be made to travel,
(far away from Soaking Stalls and Foot
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King street, Honolulu.
The Delmonico Restaurant
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King street.
Meals Oooked to Order
AT ALL UOUKB.
LUNCHES & SUPPERS
25 to, 50 cents.
Board, per week, upstairs, t i $0.00
R. VON OEHLIIAFFEN & Co.,
430 lm Proprietors.
A HOUSE on Emma street,
containing 7 rooms, kitchen,
bath-room, nantrv. servant's
room, currlage-houso, stabling, nnd fowl
house, Imiuiro at 70 Fort street or 51
Emma street. 4U4tf
Mi)i j Prom the 1st of July, ONE or
fgSfi TVV0 KOOM8 iu Mr Rhodes'
Block, in Kaahumanu street.
Eu(julrc(ttJ,)hc oUlccf upstaira, 434 lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
Suitable for Stock lliinch.es where water is required to bo, raised from gulches
to pasture lniuU for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished. '
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes fc Boxes
' ' Absolutely lire-proof.
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market ,rato.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders-just tho thing for Rico and Sugar Mills; '
Differentia! -Pulley Blocks, Carriage" Lamps."
:Tew Goods contsantly arriving.:, .:,
Full lines of Plowsjuul Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
BlnoltsimtlilnB; dt AVobctwovlc clone of every cleorlptlon.
Having the best mechanics I nm enabled to do work
Cheaper and better tha'ii any other Arm in this city.
Newwork and llcpniring' done witL complete satisfaction, or no charjro made.,
I ' ,4:10 r '?..'
FOR THE LADIES!
Has Just Received froin Paris Direct,
25 pieces ITino XT'rencli Merino,
10 dozen Ladies' Casimcrc Dolmnus (bugle-trimmed)
CO pieces Silk nnd Wool'Poplins, b ,
30 pieces Brocaded Satin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, Col'd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes, nnd a line lot of Ostrich Feathers, in all tho newest and
richest colors. Come and'examino them, as they must bo sold without reserve.
jVIso, to arrive per Stcivmshlp "Uuiiltow,"
now due, in part as follows:
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Mitts, Black and CoIorod'Satins and Surah Satins, Merinos
Ladies' mid Children's Cloaks, Copts' aud Shawls fresh from tho Best Parisian '
Houses, in all the Ncwdsl Styles and Patterns. . Ladies' and Children's' !
Y.-1P.P. nntl.r.isjf. TTnn in nil ulinrTna
.. - ..v .w.
For the Gentlemen Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing lower I
other house in the trade. Also, a special line of C. &: PJ H 'Terrell &
Men's and Boy's BOOTS and SHOES, which ' "
Will be Hold at the low-cut JlatcM to clear consignment '
You have only to see these goods to be convinced that you can't do better else
where. Visitors and friends trom the .other Islnnds are speciallyinvlted.
S. Miijynin, X-Iotel
A PURE, WHOLESOME. RE
According to the highest and best medi.
Manufactory, : : : No. lO'LilihaSt-
P. O. Box, 180. Telephone, 284.
JfiyAU orders receive prompt attention.
fresh and pure
Cream Coconnut Bars,
Cream Almond Bars,
Crcum Lemonade Bars,
Crc.im Chocolato Bais,
Cream Strawberry Bars,
Cream Fruit Bars,
French Nougat Bars,
All the above delicious Confections uro
warranted fresh and
Guaranteed to be Pure,
and wholesome by
And, are sold at his
Steam Candy Factory,
42i Hotel Street, . lm
ANURSEj'GIRL. must coiuofroll re,
"commendcd.' 'Apply to Mrs. C. O.
MERGER , . , .485
,. 1 4 tf5
i .j. -rr i n
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of lew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Onk, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Fclloos, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of tho best quality.
Of tllft lifltOMt Illltirnvntimntu
, ... .... o.utJ,
Where do you Buy your
CLOT HIN 0
TN ASKING THE ABOVE Question
X. we simply desire you to examine
closely three main points :
1st, O.U all t J -Material.
ud, (Style-Fit and Work.
3rd. I'rlce-Hlce of Bill.
And when you are satisfied with conclu
sions, pay us a visit, and wo guarantee
Quullty of Material,
Hfcylo of nt ana "Worlc
Saving of 20 per cent
In your order. If these are sufficient
considerations please call at the
Great American Clothing House
17 Nuuanu Street,
883 Jy Corner of Marine.
All Water Bates Now Due
and owing, , must be paid at the office of
tho Honolulu Water Works,
foot of Nuiianu st,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise tho privilogo will bo bus.
ponded without further notice.
OHAS. B. WILSON,,
, r SuP't Wutr Works,
Approved: J. E. Bush,
.Minister of Interior.
Hcnolulu.Jiinel.-18S3. . Jj 41s
A GOOD CARRIAGE
HORSE, sound und
Kinu, i years out. A).
111 an) ort street.
FOUR largo HORSES
carriage or draftr
from 4 to 0 vennt nln.
CSZS.Inquir'o af the Buli.e-
tim Office. 425
Sows, in plgj also, young
pigs for breeding. In.
quiro at the .Bulletin
.j$L ,&&, J.
.&ju., iwMlinrtlr i "