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MONDAY, JULY 2, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F.7:!)0
Algiiroltn Lodge, at 7 :U0.
Baud, Hawaiian Hotel, 7:1)0.
Myrtle Boat Club, 7:!I0
Monthly meeting Engine Co. No.
1, nw :ol sharp.
now lying ut the O. S. S. Co's wlmrf
brought to Messrs. G. W. Mncfar
lime & Co., the largest cargo cvel
imported here in one vessel about
'-'jUOO tons. It will be remembered
also that they sent away from hen
the largest cargo ever sent on om
vessel. The Shandon is an iron
ship 1,31)7 tons register and can
carry about 2,200 tons. Her
measurements arc 21l feet on the
keel, 38 feet beam, 21 feet depth of
hold. She drew 20 feet 3 inches
coining in. This is her first trip,
she having been launched on the 20th
January from the yards of Messrs.
R. Duncan & Co. Port Glasgow.
She is owned by Messrs. Thorn &
Cameron. She is a very fast vessel
having made 290 knots per day on
this trip without ever being at her
full speed which the captain believes
to be, under favorable- circumstances,
over 320 knots per day. She is a
good seaworthy vessel being es
pecially so in heavy weather.
Her fittings are very neat the
cabins especially so. She was 109A
days from pilot to pilot. She carries
a donkey engine and a condenser
capable of condensing 10 gallons
per hour. Her ollicers and crew
number 27. all told. The voyage
out would have been much shorter
but for bad weather off the River
Plate. She was 33 days to the
Plate and f!0 to Cape Horn. She
was chartered by Messrs. G. W.
Macfarlane & Co., while yet on the
stocks and guaranteed to reach here
in 120 days, the iron pipes on board
being contracted to be delivered to
the Government by the 1st of Jul y.
for July has reached us, and is full
of interesting matter, a great deal of
which is, however, extracted from
the columns of the local secular
papers An interesting article in
the Chinese in America from the
pen of Mr. James M. Alexander is
the chief feature. The Y. M. C. A.
page is very interesting and contains
some well-merited rebukes to mem
bers of that association.
Saturday, June 30 Nailiili, assault
and battery on board C. R. Bishop,
hcntcnced to 15 days imprisonment
at hard labour, and 81.20 costs.
Kcalakai, usuing theatening language
was vol. pros, and charged with
being drunk, and fined 85 and SI
SHIPPING NO rS.
Sttnr Jas Mukce b.o .gat CODO bags of
bugur, and 8 horses.
Stmr Mokolii biought 1335 bags of
rice, and 182 bags of bran.
Stmr Kilaueu lion brought 150 bags
of sugar, and 3 I orses.
Schr Emma b'O ijrlit 1100 bags sugar.
The 1 k E telia t ok 2J7 kegs of sugar,
ut' 1 1,144 bags of s gir weighing 1,
073,1 iJ lbs. To i.l domestic value $101..
Smr Llkelike brought 1141 bags of
sugar, 40 head cattle, 20 bbls beef, 1
horse, 80 pkg sundries.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
As interesting base ball match is
planned for the 4th of July.
Thu laH Helmburger concert was a
musical treat, but was poorly attended.
JIkaii the 4th of July programme and
the line of march of the Antiques & Ilor.
Thu bark telephoned on Friday morn
ing ns being la sight passed by up the
channel toward Coco Head from the
South, tl e same day.
On Saturday J. Dodd's cistern was
cleaned out. Jinny people thought,
from the water running from it that u
pipe bud burst.
Iris to be hoped that the promised
action of tlio Insurance Companies will
at last bring the Government to piompt
action iu the mutter of our Water Sup
ply. Something must bo done, und thut
Tlio mi,li tor San Francisco per City
ot Sy Iney clones at 1 p.m. this day.
To-Moiiuow iinrrnoon tit -1 o'cln -k the
Kindergarten Exhibition will be held in
ilm Y. -M. O .A. Hull. It will be most
Intel oiling to go mid see.
The biuk Ciitbnivuu took 7,1 15 bags of
sugar, 3,132 bugs of rice, fl'JS b.ig of
paddy, "18'lildes, and 70 skins. Foreign
value 95;i"i.G0; Domcstlu value SJH.'.T!).-
.,.. - I,.,,-
Amomist the cargo of the Shnmlon Is
,i stone crusher for thu Road Depart,
ment nnil a 15 ton roid lollcr, being
half as heavy again as the one now In
Ox board the Shnmlon Is a s-niall tin-
lie about 10 inches long which uns
caught about 3 weeks ago, along with 4
l.irgo ones. It is quite interesting to
The stmr City of Sydney arrived this
moining at 1 o'clock; Mio left Sydney
.rune 11 at 3: 14 p. m., and Auckland on
ilia 40lh. Had strong K. winds the en
tire pa-s.igs. She leaves for S in Fran
cisco this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Tun Government have secured the
servicer of Mr. Cutbbert, an engineer
from Chrislchuich New Zealand, to ex.
amine into the water woiks system tin 1
plan its extension and improvement.
That is a step in the right direction.
In the years gone by a good-heartcd
Citizen has been in thohabi' o" regaling
the members 'of the Antiques & Horri
bles with eollec, as they passed bis resi
dence: He Is leaving. "Who is going lo
upply his place? That's what the A. &
II. would like to know.
At the time Chicago was burnt great
talk was made over the enterprise dis
played in beginning to rebuild before
the lire was finished. Wc have fa simi
lar instance of enterprise here in the
person of Mr. Way one of tlio sufferers
by the Into Arc who commenced lo ic
hi i'd before the ground was hardly
ci o cd. The building is progressing
On Saturday a little after noon Mr.
Xeisscr bad ridden in from Hceia and
was dismounting just iu front of the
Fashion Stables. His horse got friirh
encd at something and threw him. His
foot ci u ;ht in the Mirrup, and the horse
dragg'd him some distance. One of
the en plnyccs of the table Mopped the
hnrse, a id" asi-ted the man into Mn ex
press in which he drove off. He Com
plaint d of injmies to his hip. Dr. ill o
dic hi altcndc.l him sui.l ihat a liga
ment of the left uncle was snapped.
A singular case his been before the
New South Wales law courts. Miss
O'lirien brought an action agaiHst
Jopliu and others, the executors of one
Tliouia- Gale, deceased, for the breach
by th'j tetator iu bis iife-tinie of his
promise to marry her, Gale being una
ble, from circumstances over which he
hail no control, to carry out his promise.
Ic is not stated whether the lady would
have been satMled with Its fiitllment,
by Jopliu or some other executor, of the
promise of the deceased Gale. Possibly
the executors arc married men. lie this
ns it may, the executors were naturally
alarmed at the determined attitude of
of the lady, and under a demurrer the
case came under the purview of the
judges in Banco. Two of them decided
that the action would not He," but one
thought the other way. If Miss O'Brien
was picvcnted from sett ing in lifu ad
vantageously through her engagement
to the dear departed It would certainly
seem fair to the lay mitiil that his estate
should be liable to compensate her for
her forbearance iu his favor. Acgles iu
Y. M. O. A. HALL,
Saturday, July 7lh, 1883,
at 6 p. in. sharp.
GRAND CONCERT !
Given witli the kind iissibtanca ot
the Amateur Musical Society
Honolulu Symphony Club.
Programme I'urt I.
1. Overture Elk's Rcceptiou, J.S.Cox
2. Violin Solo Flllu du Regiment....
C'h. du Ballot
3. Vocal Solo Giilathei' V. Masso
4. Quartette Echo Symphony, J.Uaydn
C. Vocal Solo Thy Sentinel am I
0. Cornet Solo Carnival do Venice....
Mr. Oh. Micbiels.
7. Sextett Favorite Minuetto
8. Selection Huy BIas...F. Mtirchettl
0. Vocal Solo Valso L. Vcnzuno
Miss J. Micbiels.
10. Chorus Gipsy Life Schumann
Amateur Musical Society.
11. Vocal Solo Sung
. Mr. T. II. Davlcs.
12. Chorus of Bridesmaids-Trial by Jury
Tlio solo by Mis. Paty.
1.5. Guitar ami Violin 0i Serenade
Messrs Yarndluy & Marques.
14, FJnule lCii-er-Mirch with chorus..
Symphony Club and Amateur Musical
Admission $1; reserved beats '25 ceutu
extra, to bo hud at Hobertson & Coj,
Tub Ciiliitsu nio having the Quaran
tine Station rapidly.
On Saturday nlglu Prof. Prall was
presented by the members of Algarob.i
l.o.luc IOO T with a handsome silver
The 1 glnc Consuclo arrived yesterday
10 days from S.in Friinclseoi She
brought no mail but reported that the
stcamci G cnelg was to leave 3 or -1 dns
after her with u mail.
In th's city. June 2Jth the wife of Mr
Meyer, a ilmtjihtcr.
Engine Oomp'y No. 1
ALL members of Honolulu Engine
Co. No. 1, are requested to attend
the Regular Monthly Meeting THIS
Monday EVENING, July 2nd, at their
Hall, on King struct, nt 7:110 sharp.
Election of Ollleers for the ensuing
term and other impoitunt business will
come up before the meeting.
4:13 It PKlt ORDER.
rpiIE undcrdgncd challenges any man
JL in this city to a 100 yards foot race
for 100 aside, to come otf on the 4th of
July, on condition that utter the foot
race is over he shall jump one or 11101 e
stniulitig Jumps without weights with
me for 200 aside. 1 giving him 0 in
ches handicap on each jiiinp.
442 3t' ROBERT LEVY.
To Kent or l.cuse.
MgvA, ONE COTTAGE, on King Ft.,
jjgT containing 7 rcoins, with stab
ZxirXzgXl ling and every convenience,
about 1 mile Irom town. Artesian wa
ter laid on. Kent niodcinte.
112 lm Ai E. O. Hall & Son's
Hurrah for the 4th of July.
Programme for t'ie Day and Evening.
SUNFISE, NOON, EVENING,
13 guns. 38 guns. 13 guns.
Antiques iul II vribles,
Meet atihe r ai o II. May's on Fortst.
lara c at " o'clock a. in.
Jjinc of March
Of Ai tiqucs and Horribles: Starling
from May &, Co's., down Fort to King,
along Kiu to Punchbowl, up Punch
bowl to Bcrctania, down Beietania to
Hichard, down ltichurd to Hotel gate,
through Hotel yaid to Ahikea, down
Al.ikca to H.Jtel street, s-to ping at U. S.
Legation- down H .tcl to Foit, up Fort
to Sjheol, down School to-Nuuanii, up
JS'uuanu to 2nd Bridge, thin down Nun
aim to King, along King to Fort, down
Fort to Y harf, and back to place of
Exercises at Haw'n Hotel Grounds,
commencing at 10 a. in.
President of the Day, His Ex. HolUn M.
Orator, AI. L. Ruth, Surgeon U. S. N.
Heading of Declaration of Independence
AIis. E. It. Hendry.
Appropriate Hcmnrks, Dr. J. S. MoGrow
AI usic and Singing of Patriotic Airs dur-
ing the interval.
Grand Ball in the Evening.
Tickets of admission will be sen to
nil subscriber. Grand Aluch common,
ccs at 0 o'clock p. in., sharp.
Host and Hostess, His Excellency
Rollin AI. Daggett, Airs. Dr. J. S. AIc
Gicw. Supper at midnight. Alusio by the
Royal Hawaiian Band. Tickets to the
ball may be had from the Committee of
Ariangements J. R. Alorrill, Oliairm tu :
R. W. Lalnc, R.S. Smith, Wlllam Ungcr,
J. Simonson, Jr., ad J. E. 'Wibeniiin.
Subscriptions will be received by
them or the Finance Committee II. AI.
Whitney. Chairman: J. Simonson. Jr. -or
J. E. Wif-emaii.
Invitations to invited guests will be
sent on Tuesdny.
Ladles nnd children who desire to
spend the afternoon at the Hotel
Grounds, will Ilnd it pleasant to bring
thoir lunch baskets and enjoy themsel
ves upon the sheltered lawn.
Committee on Exercises and Grounds :
C. E. Williams. II. M. Whitney, Dr. J.
S. AIcGrew, Sum.'l Nott, S. AI. Carter, AI.
AI. Seuit nnd Jas. Doild.
442 J. E. WISEAt.VN, Secretary.
HPHE above rownnl is nflVrnit liv -n
X. Committee of Arrangements of t) o
4lh of July Celebration jor tlcartoi
and conviction of the mull iouscur who
wilfully undertook to steal the subscrip
tion list for tlio Celebration from the
Hnwaiiun Hotel Ofllco, and which was
iotiud iu a cesspool in tlio rear of ihe
411 Ut J: E. WISEMAN, Soo'y.
THERE will be .a. meeting of the
Stpck-Uoldcrs of O. Brewer &
Company at its olllce on Saturday, July
7th, 1883, at 10 o'clook a. m.
441 2t J. O. CARTER, Seo'y.
LARGE TWO.STOUY FRAME
BUILDING, in Hut n.,,r ,.r n
West's Carriage Factory, Apply to
140 lw 0. WEST.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
NOTICE iii licroby given that on Mom
day Evening next, the newly den
ted O'llcers of Hurinoiiy Lodge will be
installed. All members are requested
to be present, as al.-.o members from Ex.
celsior Lodgo'and visiting brothers.
431) It J, E, WISEMAN, Ree, See.
Wanted, ' ' -
AXURSE GIRL, must come well re
commended. Apply to Airs. C. O,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Suitable for Stock Handles where water Is requited to bo raised from gulches
lo pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Sofxigcrators, Brooms of superior quality,
Magncso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ot every description at lowest market rates.
Hicu Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Kico and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carrlago Lamps. "
!S"ew Goods coutsantly arriving..
Full lines of Plows and Agricultuial Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Phsetone, Buggies, Wagons, &cM &c,
Manufactured with all the lntcimp rovemonts.
131iioltsmIUIiiK fc AVoodworJc ttone of o-v-ei-y description.
Having the dkst mechanics 1 am enabled to do work
Cheaper and hotter than any other firm iu this city.
New work and R - ai -!ng done witL complete satisfaction, or no charge mndc.
Has Just Received
pieces Fine FrenehMcrino, ' "
111 dozen Ladies' Ca-simere Dolmans (bugle trimmed) i
to ieces Silk and Wool 1'oplins,'' U1U"USU
SO pieces Brocaded Satin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, Col'cl Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes, and a fine lot of Ostrich Feathers, in all tho newest nml
richest colors. Come and examine them, as they must be sold without reserve.
A.1ho, to arrive per BteaniHliIp "XXimlcow,"
now due, in pnrt as follows:
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Mitts, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Satins Merinos,
Ladles' and Children's Cloaks, Cape, and Shawls fresh from tho Best Parisian
Houses, in all the Newest Sty es and Patterns. Ladies', and Children's
Lace and Lisle ,Ho,e, in till shades. urLn. '
For the Gcntlcnicn-Hcn'g, Youth's and Boy's Clothing lower than anv
other house in the trade. Also, a special lino of C. & P. H Wr.ll Vfw y
Men's and Boy'sBOOTS and SHOES, which
Will lc wold at tho lowest Kates to clear coitISnmeut,
You have only to fcca these goods to be convinced that vou can't ln imito,. i
where. Visitors and friends from the other Islands arc specially "nvited.
fjj S- Magnln, Hotel St., Honolulu. (Jm
110 Days from Glasgow !
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale the Cargo of the extreme
IRON CUPPER SHIP "SHANDON,"
Now heing landed
In Exceptionally xrine Condition,
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRY' GOODSi
ai.e.KL. HAILS, ,
BAR ANl'j SHEET IRON, ,:' '';'i'1
4 ENGLISH STEAM COAL, '
&c &c.,. &c.,, &c, '&c.;,- &cf-r"
abtotorm11011 WlU oiI'orci1 to tho trartc ou vory reason-
4'VJ 2W G, V. JIACPARLANE.&.'Co.
TyiLL BE PAID to any person or
. . ijum-ui wuii win oivc such in
formation as will lead to the conviction
of thu person or persons who obstructed
VSTmV,10 ,jo o'H'ucted the road to
Walklki, beyond Sunny South, by plno
lug an oic.cnrl acroni saiil road on tlio
lilBht of tho 21th of M'tv instant.
ir . , J,AYJ0N' Py Marshal.
Honolulu, May as, m:i. 411
TV YOUR HORSK IS SIOIv or LAMB.
I'. BAKblt, at . (Sim, J. C. Cluney's sta
blo. rpi-nor of Oiieen it Punchbowl sts
JSTUciiiiKlug horses to saddle or car
rhiL'o u speolnlty. - Satisfaction guarun
teed or no cliurgc 420 ly
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of Hew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
from Paris Direct,
- -w ZJX) 3H'J.
PLANTATION STORES) ' "p;T
SUGAR MACHINERY, -iT.-w't
PORTABLE TRAMWAY, - r? 'jvj
All Water Kates Now Due
and owlnjr, nuiU bo paid nt tho ofllco of
tho Honolulu Water Works,
foot of Nuuanu ot,
On or before June 30tti, 1883,
Ollic-wiso tlio privilege will bo sua.
ponded without further notice.
CH.VS. B. WILSON,
Sup't Water Works.
Approved :,J'.E. Bush, . 4
Minister of Intorior, ' I
Honolulu, Juno 1, HJ8U. - 418