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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun new Tlmo Tublo of the Mcnmcr
h ill mil will bo In tills Issue.
SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Gymnasium Kxciclscs for Ladies
and Children from !l to 11.
Sale of luinlier and planks by Ly
ons & Levi;', tit 10.
fleeting of the stockholders of C.
Brewer & Co., nt 10.
Missionary,, Gleaners, 2 :30.
Hand at Emma Square, at -1 :30
Concert, Music Hall, 7 :!!0.
Gospel Temperance Meeting. Jit
Bethel Sunday School, at 9 : 15.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9:45.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru
,2(111, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. G.
"Wallace morning and evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3:15
Tins evening's Gopel Tcmpciauco
meeting will ho led by Mr. 1. 0. Jones
linn Royal ll!ghncs Princess I.lllu
okidanl's monthly reception will bo held
next Thursday In place of Inst Thurs
"The MUslon of Beauty," In the morn.
lag, unit "What wo know about Hen.
ven," In the evening, will be Mr. Cm.
win's 'themes on Sund.iy. ,
Tun small bihlgo on- tlio upper part
oLFort street above Kitkui street, should
bo widened, and a l-.ililug put up as It H
dangerous In Us present condition.
TUB Captain and oillccrsof the Rinjlo
have called on His Ex. the Governor and
Their Ex's the Ministers. They will
probably be presented to Ills Majesty
Owing to a bieakdown In their steam
supply the Saturday Pics Management
wishes us to notify their subscribers that
their edition will bo an hour or two
later thnn usunl.
WATER OR NO WATER
that Is the question that the Govern
ment have to face. Here is a city
of over 15,000 inhabitants, most of
whom depend for their supply of
water for drinking and domestic
purposes on the Government system
of Water-works. Besides, most of
these citizens have gardens and trees,
raised with considerable dilltculty
and trouble to the pitch of luxuriance
they arc in at present on what Was
a barren desert years ago. Many of
the wealthier amongst them and the
business people have laid on gas, for
the workingof which water is needed,
mid the telephones are connected
also with the water pipes.
To supply all these needs, and
others, the Government have a
gradually-diminishing water supply,
' and three months of the dry season
yet to pass by. "Until within a week
on two they have been indifferent to
the problem. Now, when it is
actually forced on their view, they
have authorized one means of aug
menting the supply the pouring
of the water from the artesian well
next the Makiki Reservoir into it by
a pump. It remains to be seen
what this will do, but this could and
ought to have been done months
a"o and would have been if the
Government had been so alive to the
wants of the people as it pretends to
Friday, July G Drunks; Kuala,
Lupena, J. Fitzsiniinons, forfeited
SG, G. Patterson, S 12, and T. Sie
mens, $7 bail each ; A. Auld, vid
laling Express Reg. G fined S5 and
$1 costs ; Pika, and Kamaele, furi
ous riding.rcnianded to 7th ; Ah ho,
and Kanaluma, affray reprimanded
and discharged on payment of costs
In J. M. Oat jr. & Co's window Is a
slip cut from the Daily Alia, giving
a full account of a mutiny on board tlio
steam whaler Lueretia in the Arctic.
The Captain shot the ring-leader dead.
WnKivn did the Advertiser reporter
get his 3,fi00 persons w ho were present
at the Fourth of July Celebration?
There isn't above half that number of
foreigners of every nationality In the
city but perhaps his Instructions were
to see double.
1G08 bags of
Schr Mnlolo brought 1515
Schr Knmol brought
Schr Catcrina brought COO
Tim schr Cluus Spreckcls Is
charging near the O. S. S. wharf.
' The Bgtno Consuelo began loading
sugar yesterday morning.
The D C Murray and LUzlc Marshall
are fast unloading.
The bark II. W. Almy, dipt. Freeman,
arrived yesterday, 17 days from San
1 Francisco, with 60 hogs, 400,000 shingles,
jJO.OOO bricks, 4024 ft of lumber, 2 bug.
gies, Swagoiif, U20 bUs of flour, 40sks
of wheat,' 447 sks of barley, 250 skb of
oats, 573 sks of bran, 302 bales of lmy,
etc. Sho Is consigned to Messrs Castle fc
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will give a concert at
Emma Square- Hub afternoon, com
mencing ni i :30 o'clock. Tho fol
owing is the program in c :
Overture Festival Bach
March Suite Lnchncr
Trio Tlio Mountaineer Faccini
"Waltz Remembrance- Waldtcuful
March Taunhnuscr Wagner
Selection Patieuco Sulllvi
O.v Thursday afternoon as Mr. and
Mrs. 1). Moiwirrat were returning homo
along Berctania stieet fioni a drive
their liornc took fright at a huud-cait
loaded with hay, and inn away. The
carnage collided with a post in front of
Mr. May's and both wcic thrown out on
the road near Mr. Stirling's ieel
dence, but without receiving wry
(severe injuries, ,
To-day we present our readers with a
supplement containing; "A Modern
Sermon," "He gave it away," "An
Audacious Thief," "Hair, Teeth, Pores,
and the Senses of Taste and Smell want
ing In a man," Foiel'ga News and Notes
and the usual Miscellany.
Yesteiiday, in the Supremo Court,
Ioua, the Captain of the Lclcioiioltu
Gum ds, who was charged with collec
ting taxes and not paying them over to
tho proper authorities was sentenced to
eighteen months' imprisonment at hard
labour and costs of court.
INTER COLONIAL NEWS.
NEW SOOTH WALE8.
Ill consequence of tho decision of
the Supremo Court that the running
of stcnhl motors on the tramways
was illegal, thu Government lmd be
fore them three courses either to
stop running tho steuui motors
which would practically mean a
complete discontinuance of the traffic
pending an appeal to tlio Privy
Council, or to continue running
them in defiance of the Supremo
Court ; or to call Parliament together
to pass a hill to legalise the running
of steam motors in the streets. Tlio
latter course was decided upon, after
carefully considering tho matter. At
tho close of last session the Parlia
ment was .prorogued to the 12th of
June ; but it' was' considered inex
pedient io wait until that date, and
tho Attorney-General (air. JDnlley)
advised his colleagues that the Crown
uuu wvitvi ias tuiiu but? wuiau, un
precedented iii the1 colony, though
not in tho other Australian colonies,
of calling Parliament together at nn
earlier period ,than that to which it
had been prorogued. Accordingly
Parliament assembled on Tuesday,
May 29, and there was n very large
attendance of members of both
Houses. The session lasted till Fri
day of the same week, and there
was no other business dono but
passing the required act.
Mr. George Ernest Morrison, who
recently walked across the continent
from the Gulf of Carpentaria to
Melbourne, arrived in Sydney June
8, and left for Cooktown by the
Corca the same day. Mr. Morrison
will proceed from Cooktown to New
Guinea, with a view to exploring the
recently aunexed portions of the
island. He is going a short distance
inland from Port Moresby to see
what prospect there would bo of
forming n mission station in con
nection with the Presbyterian Church
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
ulletin OF NEW GOOD
Captain Nordberg's saloon has been
handsomely decorated by Max Ivohm.
Frescoed pictures adorn the walls, one of
which lepreseutlng his dog which
gained the prize at tho show is very
handsome. Captain Nordbcrg's friends
and the public arc invited to step in and
Yesterday tho Preparatory Depart
ment of Oahu College held its final ex
amination in the school building at the
head of Richnid St. A number of the
parents and friends attended and 'were
much pleased with tho results which
reflect great credit on the teachers, Miss
Moore and Miss. Storr's.
The Bcrctania street railway has now
a branch going across that street not far
from I'uuahou street. In this case, as at
almost every other crossing, no provi
sion has been made to make the road
level for vehicles and the consequence
is that every time a vehicle crosses tho
railroad considerable wear (if not in
jury) Is given by the wrenching. This
ought not to be so.
"We have received, a copy of a littlo
brochure on Hawaiian fisheries nnd
methods of fishing with an account of
the Fishing Implements used by the
natives of the Hawaiian Islands written
by Mrs. E. M. Becklcy, the curator of
tho Museum, and published by direction
of tho minister of Forcgn Affairs. "Wo
will review it in a 'future issue.
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Thornton, Bishop of
Bnllarat, Victoria, Australia, will prob
nbly be In Honolulu to-morrow, being a
passenger on tho Zcalandln. Should tho
steamer bo in tlmo the Bishop will bo
invited to preach in St. Andrew's Catho
dial at tho Evening Service. "We speak
from pcrsonul experience in advising
our leaders to go and hear -an excellent
The Ball committee of tho Fomlli of
July Celebration owe an explanation to
the Gcncial Committee and to their in
vited gucbts as to'why they disiegarded
the strict injunctions of tho General
Committee uml allowed wines and spl
rits Io bn brought Into the building and
trunk there. The estimate of expense
for wlnna "ni1 lliuors nt "'o Ball was we
Huuorsmnu suiick o..
Committee and tho fact wits u,
in tho din'crent reports of the Comniitteo
meeting thut no Intoxicating liquors
would bo allowed. Tho guests who
came came with that understanding. Tho
Committee Miopia explain why this uu.
derstnndihg was not kept.
A man in tho central oflico of the
telephone- company says that the
noise there is different from a young
lady at u party, for ope is 'u bull
ron belle and thu other is n bell
room h:wlri(t6ljitrij Tclvjruph,
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality. (',
Magneso-Oalcite Fire, Proof Safes & -Boxes
l 'Absolutely lire-proof.
Lubricating Oils of overy description at IowojI market rates. '
j ' .'"I
Rice Cloth, P.atcnt Bag Holders just the thing forJlico and Sugar Mills,' f-
' differential Pulloy Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
"Now Goods contsantly arriving.
" " "" ' ' i
Full lines of Plows'nud Agricultural Instruments,,
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
Illustrated Catologues on application.'
"To die of a rose lh aromatic
pain" would appear to be not al
together an impossible luxury, judg
ing' by the narrow escape of diife 'of
the ushers at the lying in state of M.
Gambetta. The odour of the innu
merable flowers upon the coffin was,
we are told, so overpowering that tho
unfortunate mnn was asphyxiated,
and with difficulty restored.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
By order of His Ex. tho Minister of Interior,
we will sell by auction
Saturday, July 7th,
at 12 noon, a quantity of
PLANKS AND LUMBER
On the Esplanude.
Lyons & Levey, Auct'rs.
HAS JUST RECEIVED ' i
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c , of the best quality,
Sold nt the lowest prices.
Phcetone, Buggies, Wagons, &cM &c.f
Manufactured .with all the latest improvements.
ISlnolcHmltniiipr fc AVoocVworlc clone of every tlenorlptloii.
Having the mest mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm jbn this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge made.
,- . 430
Fay, $40 per month, and a ration.
Apply on board to tho Surgeon, be
tween the hours of 8'and 12 noon, until
Monday noon. Previous experience not
absolutely required. 477 2t
FOR THE LADIES,
Has Just Received from Paris Direct,
as pieces IFine ITreuel Merino,
10 dozen Ladies' Cassimerc Dolmans (bucle trimmed)
50 pieces Silk and Wool Fopllns, ''
COipiecos Brocaded Satin,
Black SilksjSatins & Crapes, Col'd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes, and a fine lot of Ostrich Feathers, in all the newest and
richest colors. Come and examine them, as they must be sold without reserve.
jVIho, to arrive per Steamnlilp 'Unnlcow,"
now due, in part as follows:
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Mills, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Satins, Merinos,
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks,' Capes and' Shawls fresh from tho Best Parisian
Houses, i n all tho Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladies and Children's
Lace and Lisle Hose, in all shades.
For the Gentlemen Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothina- lower than W
other house in tho trade. Also, a special line of C. & M Cl VcS 7
Men's and Boy'sBOOTS and SHOES, which
WHI be sold at tlio Low cut ItntcM to clear oonMlmimcitt,
You have only to seo these goods to bo convinced thut you can't do better else
where. Visitors and friends from the other Islands are specially Invited.
4d7 S. 31aB:"w, Xlotel St., Honolulu.
110 Days from Glasgow !
A NURSE GIRL, must come well re
commended. Apply to Mrs. C. O.
TWO LARGE LIFE BOATS.
C. BREWER & Co.
ALL ACCOUNTS, duo to tho firm of
Geo. F. Wolls, when the business
was purchased by Mcssis. Lycan & John,
son, must be paid on or before July 10th
1883, to Messrs. Lycan is Johnson, or
they will be put into tho hands of n col
lector, without further notice. 417 td
ALL persons having qlalnis against.
theTtatQ of J. II. LYNCH will,
please Mo tholr claims on or boforo Sat
urday, July 14th next, at tho Banking
House of Bishop Si Co. All parties in
debted to said estate arc requested to
mnko immedlato payment at tho same
BISHOP & Co., Assignees.
Honolulu, June 12, 1883.
The Delmonioo Restaurant
mxt door to Castlo & Cooke,
Meals Cooked to Order
AT AM, nouns.
LUrS'CIIEW Si SUirPXQlXM
25 to CO cents.
Board, per week, upstairs, ; : $U,00
IS. VON OEHLHAFFEN &, Co.,
WO lm Proprietors.
G. W. MACFAELANE & CO.
OHer lor sale the Cargo of the extreme
IRON CLIPPER SHIP "SHANDCN,"
Now beiiig landed
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRV GOODS,
GLASSWARE, ' ' '
! STEEL RAILS,
BAR AND SHEET IRON, .
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,
&o., &c, &c, &c,
All of which Avill be offered to tho trade on vorv reimnn
able terms. i ' - , i , i 1 1 s
( u. y. MA.CFARLANE & Co.
I I -II
'I I I ',
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons who will give such in
formation as will lead to tho conviction
of tlio person or persons who obstructed
or caused to be obstructed tho road to
Waikiki, beyond Bunny South, by plac
ing an ox-cart across said road ou tho
night of tho 34th of May instant.
1). DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May zo, . " '-,
To Rent or Lease.
OWE COTTAGE, on King St.,
containing 7 rooms, with stab'
II air and (!V(rv !nti..,.in.,.n
about 1 mile from town. Artesian Wa!
tor mm on. Jtent moderate.
A L. C. ABLES..
.At E. O. IJall & eon's
fF YOUR HORSE IS, SIQK or LAME,
JL or any way nut of order, call ou A
T. BAICEU, at C.ipt. J. O. Cluney's sta
bio, corner of Queen is Punchbowl sts
C2TBrcaklng horses to saddle or car
rlage a specialty. Satisfaction guaran
teed or no charge, ' 4'JQ ly
""K contents of a LARGE HOUSE
JL' consisting RoW. fully fur.
nished and complete, now ,?fcupied us a
Lodging H6usc, situated within 5 iri!.'.'"--te-.
walk of the P.O. Rent 40 month,
with 5 yeara lease. For particulars, ap
ply to LYONS ii LEVEY,
ltw 'iw Auctioneers, Quecu btrcet.