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WEDNESDAY, JULY , 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Jtti of .In I v Festivities.
Base Hull Mntili, l'nradc- C.'tl, 9.
Itli of Julv Hull.
Oaliit Lodge, No. I K. of P. 7 :30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, lit 7:U0.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cutlicdrni, usual
scrvicua, at 7:;)0.
To-day is the one hundred and
seventh anniversary of that day so
dear to every true American's heart
the day which declined his coun
try free and himself a citizen of what
has grown to be the greatest repub
lic on earth. Here on foreign so 1
our American fellow citizens will
celebrate this day and keep the re
membrance of their Nationality vi
vid and distinct by renewing theii
friendly associations with each other.
That they have cause to congratu
late themselves on the peace and
prosperity of their country is ob
vious and that they should rejoice in
its Natal Day is excellent and we
trust that nothing will occur in any
way to hinder or mar the joy and
pride which should 1111 every true
American's breast this day.
This morning we are able to an
nounce to our readers, and the Ha
waiian public generally, that we have
taken another stride in the inarch of
progress. This day's issue is prin
ted by steam. Another establish
ment in this town uses steam power
' but this is the only complete steam
printing otlice in the Kingdom hav
ing its own steam-engine on the pre
mises and getting up the steam on
the premises and working the same
itself. Although the youngest of
the four printing establishments we
are the h'rst to obtain and set in
work the full apparatus necessary to
print by steam.
For this purpose we obtained a
New Baxter portable engine from the
States. It is of 2 h.p. witfi boiler
and all the latest improvements com
vdelc. The boiler has been tested
up to 250 lbs. to 'the square inch by
hydraulic pressure so that with suf
ficient steam it can be run up to
about G h.p.
Our patrons both in the newspaper-
and job-printing departments
will see from this that we spare nei
ther trouble nor expense, to secure
the latent and best improvements in
everything connected with our work,
give them complete satisfac-
H.I.J. M.S. nmjio
Arrived in port yesterday morning
42 days from Callao. She left
Japan on the 19th December Inst on
a cruise as n training-ship. This is
the second cruise the vessel has
made in that eapacit', having gone
once before to Melbourne- in 1880.
She first visited Wellington N. Z.,
as we lmve before announced to our
readers, nnd then went to Valparaiso
where she arrived on the 15th April.
She left there on the 3rd May for
Callao, artiving on tbo 15th, and
lciviug again on the 20th. Through
out the cruise the weather has been
very nice especially between hero
and Callao. During the voyage
three seamen died (one of thorn yes
terday morning) front a kind of
disease called in Japanese Kiikkc.
A number of others arc ill from the
same and will be brought on shore this
morning. She has on board 27
naval cadets in addition to her staff
of olllcers. Her full complement is
3C8 all told. Slio will stay here
some 8 or 1 weeks. The name Kinjio
is given to the vessel in honor of a
celebrated Chinese wnirior. She is
n ship-rigged composite screw steam
er armour-plated with -U inches
plates, of 1,459 tons, and 1,350
li. p. She is 219 feet long, 38i feet
beam, nnd 21 feet draught aft and
20 forward. She carries (5 large 70 lb
'avasseur guns, 2 7. centimetre
Krupp Cannon nud 2 small -t lb
brass guns. She was built in Glasgow
in 180-1. Her aveiagc spued under
dcain is 7A knots, and her fastest
Hpeed !) knots. The following is a
.ist o liar olllcers and men :
C.ipt-iln, S. U. Iio,
CVmmnndcr, T. (). Nnkiimfoc,
Liemrnunts. Y. Knwnru, 0. Yubc, 31.
Vol.oo, Il.Tukagl, H.Fnnski.
1 l.lif i-mgiiicer, T. siiiiiowuiu,
'Jnd Lieutenant-., 31. Uchliln, S. Nllrc,
U. Kiino, M.Togo.
Clip f Surgeon, K. Yamiuuoto.
Chli f Paymaster, S. Nntirl.
Sul -liuuivimiitx, H. Arakl, H. Down, S.
31. lie, S. MuloMimn, T. Nnkninulo, II
t'uki'i, s. 31 tuiyulu, 31. lliiliiliu, It. Yu.
uiudu, i". Muj.ioko.
Am- t Surgeons S. Tnrlhnr.i, S. Naguto
Afr't Paymaster, 31. Aihnin.
M dshlpmcn, T. Knto, K. Nurilu, K.
Fuj.i, W. .Mutsumolo, K. Kilns 11. Take
notuhl, Y. 3linano, 1 3Iorl, K. Sliima,
Ais't Engineers, N. Iloildnc, S. Asado,
O. Xngiiiiimc, T. Siito.
Ass'i Pnyinn cr, I. t-oynmn.
Tno bnrk Lasi Marshall, Captain A.
Itcrgmanii, arried yeMerday, 'J:t days
from L'oi t TnwiiM nd, with oi:),5"t feet
umber, F,l5 ph kcts, and 112,003 shin
,les. .She is cons'gno 1 to 3Icssrs Lowers
The Iwahvii trough 43 7 pkg sugar.
LOCAL & GLKEIiAL NEWS.
Yesterday Cipt. o.nl tiers opened his
new saloon lo.- the 1 ri itii.t .
Our paper is till 4's tilts morning.
See outsl ie holding. Ju'y 4 No. 444.
The Gazelle IhK morning publishes
an uicounl of the Ili'o Tragedy, from
C. 31. White.
Yesterday (if. crnoon the Itinera 1 of the
Tapanefe sui or, who died that morning
on the Hlnjio, tool; p'.nce at tlu 31akiki
.Ccmetcrv at -1 o'c'ot-k.
This trip inu uinjio is controlled en
.irely by Japr.n 'se. On her last trip she
carried an Englis'i Captain lo advise in
regard to t! e u ivitr, i- ion.
3ln. J. Savage at Levey's grocciy
More rep:c is us to mention that lie is
not the iran who was arraigned 'before
the Police Court on Monday.
3Inssns. Kennedy & Co., grocers, on
Hotel stiect have some beautiful Ishi'id
potatoes for sale, a- we'd as New Zea
Kiso St. K bfiug patched again. It
would he, pull ips, as cheap lo mi ke it
properly ! s to go on patching it in tb s
way. Hut ! ill we should he lhaukiul
for small mercies.
The foot-paths on Fort St. above H( Te
tania aru in a disgraceful condition.
Vhen sonic one breaks their leg m d
sues the Government for damages po si
bly we may see them runaircd.
Sin Henry 1 askes, the lute Piemier of
New South Wn'es, who j usscd through
here tome time ago on his way to Ame
rica and Euiopc, v ill come thiough he;c
by the ne.t Heamer on another trip
round the world.
No less than ten proposed Charters
ate awaiting the action of the Privy
Council. The latest application N tram
ihcAldcu Fiult and 'Jnio Company of
Hawaii. One of them is for a narrow
gauge railway to "Waii.iki.
Y. M. C. A. FALL,
1 O HI. BTHEET.
Saturday, July 7th, 18S3,
at 8 p. m. shut p.
Given with the' kind its-.-istane ol
the Ann, tour 3Iusicul Society
Honolulu Symphony Club.
1' ogr.ii.me l'aii I.
I. Overtuic Klls Reception, J.S. Cos
a. Violin Ko!o 1-illu du Hegimeiit....
Ch. de lionet
3. Vocal Solo Gnlathee V. 3Iassc
3IUS J. 3Iieliiels.
4. Quartette Echo Synmliony, J.IInydn
'5. Vocal Solo Thy Sentinel am I
0. Ccmet Solo Carnival do Venice....
Jlr. Ch. 3I..ihieU
7. Sextc It -i''u oi he Jllnuetto
8. Selection liny las...F. Jlarchcttl
9. Vocal Solo ValhO L. Venzuuo
10. Chorus Gipsy Life Szluimnmi
Amateur Musical Suoiuiy,
II. Vocal Slo Sing
Mr. T. H. Davie.
12. Chorusof UridcMiiaids-Trinl by.Iury
The solo by i s. Puty.
13. Gulturuud Violin Oifiurcnudc,,,,..
3Ic.-srs Yarndlev & Slarques,
14. Finale Kdscr-Jiarch with chorus.,
Symphony Club and Amutuur Jlusical
Admission $lj roo.'voil seats 2)3 cents
c.Ntru, to bo hud at Robertson & Go's.
The Antiques mid, 11 irlbles passed
over the route fl.cd In good stylo hc.td.
c;l by a detachment of moiinkd police
W'c ollir our hearty congratulations to
Mt'jor Gnllck o:i his appointment. The
Government couldn't have sc leclcd a
Lnt night ll;e Hand went round Ecrc.
nmllng. Enthusiastic Indlulduals were
letting oil' (lie crackers and bombs in
honor of tl.o day. Ono drunk only ar
rested. Wu are asked to call the nttoHtlon of
the agent of the Hoard of Health to the
unsavory order' that frequently nrNos
from n spot on Alukci street about
opposite the Hritlsh Club. In thl hot
weather the stench Is very annoying
and tliu cause could easily bd i amoved
early every morning.
This Honolulu Amateur 3llnstiols will
give their last Concert on the evening of
Saturday week for the benefit of'tbo
Hook ii Ladder Company, This Is poi
tively their lust concert mid as it is for
to good an 'object it will, doubtless, be
Somi: three weeks ago n gentleman
here who occupies a little of his leisure
in raising chickens set 15 eggs under
one hen. One of the eggs was a large
one, believed to.be dmible-yolkcd. He
he-itatcd idiout puttinz this In with the
others at llrst as doublc-yolked eg cs arc
popularly supposed to be barren. How
over, It was put In us an osi erinient.
The place Is Infested with rats so that
the eggs were rep'jati dly counted. One
egg was found to le rotten and re
moved, and when the eggs were hatch
ed, a few days ago. two dead chickens
were found. Under ord.nary circum
stances there sboultl have h en 12
chickens rem lining but theio were 13.
The double-yoked egg m i't bae 'here
fore produced twins. Tiietwiu cli el-ens
are casilv recognizable amoiigst the rest
of the brood.
Hurrah for the 4th of July.
Programnio for the Day and Evening.
SUNRISE, NOON, ' EVENING,
13 guns. 38 guns. 13 guns.
Antiques and II rrililes,
Jtecl at Hit: rt'iir of H, Jlay's on Port St.
Pnra'e at 5 o'elojir a. m.
Xiine ol Xnrch
Of Antique-, ami II rrilles: Starting
from 3Iay oc.Co's., d wn t ort to King,
along Km,' to Pi.n h' owl, up Punch-
no.wi to ueneipii-i, cown Ueretania to
lticliaid, dewn Itis ard to Hole! gate,
iiiroujin iKiiei yar to AliiKca, tiuwn
Al.-ikia lo Hotel s'ri'il to plug at U. tj.
Legation- down II'iil to i o t, up Fort
to Sohonl, down Sc' co to Nuuanu, up
Nuuanu to 2n-l Ilri j e, then lown Nuu
anu to King, along i ing o Fort, dnvn
Fo.t to A'l.arf, and bac . to plaee of
Exercises at Haw'n Hotel Grounds,
President of tlie D.y, Hii Ex. Hollin 31.
Orator, 31. L. Ruth, Surgeon U. S. N.
Reading of Declaration of Iiideneadencj
Jtrs. E. It. Hendry.
Appiopriuto Remarks, Dr. J. S. JIoGrew
JIusic and Singing of Patriotic Airs dur
ing the interval.
Grand Bali in the Evening.
Tickets of iidmlssirn will he sent lo
all tubjoriber. Grand JIarch commen
ces at !) 'c'clouk p. in., sharp.
Host and Ho. tess, His Excellency
Ilolliu 31. Daggett, Mrs. Dr. J. S. 31c
Supper at midnight. JIusic by the
Royal Ha-uniinn Band. Tickets to the
hull may be had from the Committee of
Arrangements J. It. Morrill. Oliitirni in ;
R. U.Luiiie, U.S. Smith, Willuni Un,'er,
J. Simoiuon, ."r., axl J. E. Witemim.
Subscriptions will be receive 1 by
them or the Finaneo Committee II. 31.
Whitney, Cliaiim in; J. Simor.son, Jr., or
J. E. AVi-einan.
Invitations to invited guests will be
sent on Tuesday.
Light Refreshments will besupplied en
the gi omuls.
Ludies and children who desire to
spend the iifternoou at the Hotel
Grounds, will llnd it pleasant to bring
tliolr lunch baskets and enjoy theinsel
vjs upon tho sheltered lawn. '
Committeo on Exerciser and Qrounds:
-0. K. Williams. 11. 31. Wliilnoi', Dr. J.
S. M.vGrow, S.im'1 Nott, S. 31. Carter, 31.
31. Scott and Jas. Dodd.i ' . .
443 "J. E. WISEMAN, Secretary.
True to the Test 1
IY1ACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
0, 0. Bkugeii, Esq., Agt ut,
Jlucneale & Urban Safes,
Dkak Fin, I tnko groat plcasuni to
Inform you that the Nov 3 II icnealo &
Urban I ire proof 8 ife purchased some
years ago bus pus-cd through the disas
trous tiro of last night to my entire Mil.
lhf-ictinn. 1 opened tho same- on tho
combination (tips and haiidhi having
molted oil', without any idlllciilty, und
found conien'.s in perfect order,
Yours very truly, L. WAY.
Honolulu, ,1 iiuo 28, 188 ..
A. JLurgo AHHoWmcnt
Of these Justly Celphratcd Safes
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Old Safes tukou iu Exchange
. O. IIHltUKK,
Gcueral A0em Hawaiian Iihiuds.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETS OF NEW GO'QD
SuiUibk for Stock Ranches whero water is required to bo raised from gulciics
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
HofrigeratorB, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Caloite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowcit market rates. -Rico.
Cloth, Patent Rag Holders j list the thing for. Rico nnd Sugar Stills';
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carrfage Lamps.
"- "New Goods contsantly arriving'.'', -i
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full .assortment of Agate Iron Wure, , "'J ; '
Illustrated Catalogues pn application.
Piiestone, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
3Ianufactured with all the latest impiovemcnts.
J-tlaclcHinltliliiK fc AVooirworlc done or every dosorliitlon.
Having tbo b cst mf.ciianics I am enabled to do o.'k : ; .- ; r
Cleapo anil teMcr than any otlier Arm in, this city.
New woik and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, o; i;o charge made..
' 40 '
FOR THE LADIES!-
Has Just Received from Paris Direct,
S3 iicccM.X?ine Jfrencli Vtci'ino, '' -
Hi dozen I allies' Cassimeie. Dplnums (bugle.trirnmed),
SO ijieccs silk and AVool Poplin;,
30 pieces Brocaded Satin,
B'ack Silks, Satins & Crapes, Col'd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Cipcs, and a tine lot of OsUieh Feithers, in all the newest and
richest ( o'o s. Come an 1 examine them, in tliey'must bo-sold without reserve.
A.lso, to arrive per 8lenmslilj "Uanlco-v,
now due, in part as follow: .,
Ladies' Black 3nd Colored Silk Mitts, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Salins, Merinos,
J adies' and Children's Cloikx, Cape, and Shawls fresh from tho Best Pari-ian
Houses, i.i all the Xcwest Styles and Patterns. Ladios' aud Cuildren's
Lice and Lisle II -o, in all shades.
For the Gcnflcmrit 3Icn's, Youth's and Boy's Clotl ing lower than any
other house in the tru le. Also, a speci d line of C. &, P. H. Terrell & Co's
3Ien'4und Boy's BOuTd and SHOES, which
Will be wold at the Low-cat Katcx to clear consignment,
You have only to ee thee goods to be en iviuccd that you can't do belter else
where. Visitors and irieuds irom the other I-dund are specially invited.
Ss. 3Xu;;iitii, I-Iotel
110 Days from Glasgow !
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
OlFer tor sale the Cargo of the extreme
Now hcing landed
Iii EJxoeptionally JPine Condition,
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRY GOODS, - -!
, t!- ,' HARDWARE, - . -!"!'
' ''..;. - 'GLASSWARE, , ' .,.;-
if,.U PLANTATION STORES, ' .x -'
SUGAR MACHINERY, : " '" A.
; - I ViHV PORTABLE TRAMWA 3 M ) -, ' .
STEEL RAILS, -... - i- , .,..
l LOCOMOTIVES, , . ,lf)
BAR AND SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,
&c, &c., &?.,, &c '&c.f' &c '
All of which will bo oiloreil to tlie trade on very reason
ab e terms.
'ibu 2w Q. ) M;V0PAULANE& Co.
WILL BE PAID lo nuy person or
person i who will gfvo such in
formation as will lead to tbo conviction
of tho peison or persons who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed tho road to
W.kiki, hey md Sunny South, by plac
ing un o.v-cirt across said road on tho
night ot tbo J4th of 31 iy instant.
I). DAYTON, Deputy Munriitil.
Honolulu, m iy -.'5, ma. g
fF YOUIt HOUSE IS SICK or LAMS,
-L or a t way on of order, call on A
T. BAK 01, at Cipt. J. C. Clunoy's bin
blej, o-nurof Qico-iA; Puuohbriwl sts
C2TB unking none to saddle or cur
rlago u -Declalty. Batlsfuctlon guaran
teed or no charge, 420 ly
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of Hew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Adi, Spokes, Rims,
Fcllues, Hubs, Shafts; ecc, of tlic best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
To Rent or IiCuse. n '
ONE COTTAGE, on King St.,
containing 7 rooms, with f-ti''-
lini? anil nvii-v nniwftitotiip.
aboui 1 mile from town. Artesian wa
ter laid 011. Huut moderate.
. L. C. AHLES,
41'i lm At E. O. Hull & Eoa's
THE contents of a LAltqE HOUSE
consisting of 14 Booms, fully fur
nished aud complete, now occupied as a
Lodging House, situated within ft miirn
tej walk of the P. 0. Bent $40 mouth,
with 5 years lease. For particulars, ap
ply to LYONS & LEVEY,
48. 9w Auctioneers, Queen fatrect