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Tt'EKDAY. JULY 10, 188.
THIS DAY'S DOIHCS.
Kvcehior Lod;ii I. O.O.l'..
ltihle I'Iiwm ut Lvcoum nt 7
THE SYMPHONY CLUB
Concert opened villi the overture.
KlkV Reception, -which was well
received. Then followed a Violin
Solo, l)e Heriol's "Killc du Regi
ment," played by Mr. Yiirndlcy in
his best style. "Miss Miehiels then
.Ming ii soprano solo from Musso's
opera of Galuthee. which served to
dUplity her line range and cultivated
voice. After this came Haydn's
Echo Symphony, where the audience
saw Mr. M. II. Jones play the air on
the. pinuo and heard the echo ren
dered by Messrs Yarndlcy (1st vio
lin), E. Muller (2nd violin), and
,1. 1 Brown (violincello). This
piece wab warmly applauded and
deservedly for the nrli&tio ren
dering of the delicate shades of har
mony. Mr. McCartney then sang
Thy Sentinel am I, so well and in
such line voice and that lie was en
cored and responded with Franz
Aabt's "O ye Tears." Mr. Miehiels
then gave ii n Cornet Solo, Arban's
Carnaval de Venice. The limit vari
ation which produced an effect as of
two cornets being played sitnultaii
eously was perfectly played. The
player was enthusiastically ap
plauded. Then followed the gem of
the evening. Uocchcrini's Favorite
Minuetto, played by the Symphony
Club. The piece was rendered with
muted strings, can sordini, and
seized the fancy of the audience so
well by the delicate beauty of its
tuneful melodies that they raptur
ously encored it and it was repeated.
The second part opened with a
selection from Marchetti's opera of
Kuy Bias arranged for the Symphony
Club. Miss Miehiels then sang
Venzano's vocal Valsc and astonished
the audience by the beauty of her
upper notes anil cadences. This
was undoubtedly the lirst peace of
vocalization heard here for some time
and well deserved the honor of a re
call. The Amateur Musical Society
next gave Schumann's chorus, Gipsy
Life fairly and were followed by Mr.
T. II. Davies who sang Campana's
beautiful song, The Scout. His
manlier of rendering the minor
passage was particulaily happy. The
Ladies of the Amateur Musical
Society then sang the well known
Bridesmaids' chorus from Trial by
Jury, Mrs. Paty taking the solo
nicely. Messrs. Yarudley (violin)
and Marques (guitar) then perfor
med Duboulhiy's Ctli Serenade as u
duet. The beautiful bell-like tones
of the guitar were much admired.
Wc learn that, these are produced by
the Guitar having none but metal
strings, and being tuned in E.
Wagner's Kaiser March and Chorus
was then rendered by the Symphony
Club and the, Musical Society con
amorc. It did not however bcem to
everyone that the music of the
Future will meet with much success
in Honolulu. There is too great a
want of melody in it. This brought
the proceedings to a close. The
audience was very small which we
think shows lack of sympathy with
the Club, on the part of the public
that is highly reprehensible.
LUCAL & LEtkRAL HEWS.
The bund will piny lit too depot this
Tliu veidlct In the ulmhisil libel tail
aglnst MiMri Kuwiiiiiul limn, was not
Du. Mouiuir. icpoiis an outbieakof
chicken pox nt Koohiuloa Nothing
fciloux In its mimic, however.
Wk received the current number of
Hie Anglican Church Ohioniclc jester
ihiy hut Km lute for review.
rJ hi- mail closes for San Franehco, by
the Coiisuelo, thlsilny nt 11 n.tn. She
leaves about 1- noon.
To-iluy Hid civil libel suit of J. Rich
unison vf. Mcssts Grlcvo.it Atkinson
will be tried before n mixed juiy.
Tin: Inter Isliind Steam Navigation
Comiumv declare a dividend of $0 per
share, payable at their oilloe to.inorrow.
We acknowledge the receipt of bride,
cuke from Mr. and Mrs. It. X. Mnbinnu.
T lis is the llil iiitiiniition wo have hud
of their marriage, but we none the less
wish thciii every hloslng mi their union.
Wi: have been ifked before to draw
the attention of this Agent of the llo.ui)
of Health to a nuisance on Al.ikea i-treet,
about opposite to the British Club. We
have now lo add that the uiil-anee lias
not yet been abated.
The f Titer wiys in let'ereiicc to tlic
Conoerl that "the (.-elections, were not
well received." The leason for this ie.
intiik was owing lo the fact Hint the
coni'crt was not well advertised in the
P C. A. as they wlslit: 1 to charge for 7
insertions more than tuc other 3 papers
Mn. Cruznii did not give his sermon
on What we know about II :nven o.i
Sunday night as he was suffering fiom a
s-everc col I. Tlic Rev. Mr. Lane ot W.il.
lukii pie.iclied in his blend and de
livered r.n earnest i-crmon of un i-ur.l
length i.t width however no one grum
bled. Mr. Cruznii will give ids (lis.
course en Heaven next Sunday.
Mussits. mocker & Co., Stationers
and Printers, Sun Francisco, seem deter
iniuetl to be before everybody. We
have already received their calendar for
tlie first half of 1881. It begins from
the lirst day of .Tuly of the present year
and extends 'o the last day of June of
next year. It N conveniently arranged,
Milendldlv l r i.t.'d, ami tcrve.s the
double purpi fee of calendar ai.d diary.
. m .
Wi:have discovered the reason why
His Ex. W. M. Gioson holds so many
ollices and has, theiefore, to many
title-. It Is to give the poor newspaper
mini a chance to say .something about
him. and never allude to him by the
same title twice. How dreadfully
monotonous it would lie to leid Mr.
Gibson this, Mr. Gibson that, but by
holding so n any olllees this is avoided.
Gitu.vr iiiicitt. was taken yesterday
in the libel Mtit of J. Richardson of
Wailuku against Mesdrs. J. U. &. 11. W.
Kauaiuui the j ublishersuiid proprietors
of the Hawaii Pa? Aiiut. This is the
lirst libel salt ever brought in this
cou."iy. Up to ) p.m. ye.iterilay, tlic
ease had not concluded but, i-eemed to
be going against the plaintiff. The court
was crowded, and many comments
were niado on the state of things tils
closed by the evidence.
A great deal of evidence was taken
on tlic rending of the Bible and adi
gious instruction in our sinlj srlnmls.
The Commission recommends .that
such instruction be permitted, by
ministers of religion and accredited
laymen. This appears to be the
feeling of a majoiity of the coiiiinu
nity, but the feeling Is far from l(cing
Botli houses of l'arliamenl arc
summoned to meet on the last day
of this month.
May, '2 Is'-, 18811. O. B.
INTER COLONIAL HEWS.
The new Marino Board regulations
compel all sea-going passenger steam
ers to carry Holmes' patent distress
lifebuoys, which, wlien thrown into
the water, ignite and show u bril
liant light, which burns 'JO minutes,
enabling a man who may have fallen
overboard to be seen at some dis
tance. Experiments were made with
this invention in Hie Brisbane River
and were perfectly successful, evcry
tning within a large radius being
biilliantly illuminated. At tho ex
treme north of the colony, not many
miles from the Gull' of Caipentaria
nearly MOO miles from Brislmnc, a
busy town is in process of rapid for
mation on the Norman River. It is
becoming a centre of business for
the north-western portion of the co
lony. Stores are going up, hotels
are crammed with lodgers, teams are
arriving and departing daily. The
port is becoming busy with craft of
various sorts. The Acting-Governor
received a cablegram from the Earl
of Derby inquiring if tlic report were
true that fotir or live labour vessels
have recently been titled out for re
cruiting at New Guinea. It is un
derstood that Sir Arthur Palmer re
plied that he was unaware of such a
circumstance, but whilst New Guinea
was not possessed by any civilised
power, recruiting could not lie pre
vented; if the annexation by Queens
land were confirmed, recruiting
could be immediately stopped.
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Monday, July 0 Drunks ; Sam,
Kalo, Nauwele, Punilio, Kamohiii,
All Dec, A. Iloglan, Kaluiiilelio, foi
feited ?C bail each; 1). Kimi, All
Lilitii, affray nol. proa. Knlaihuu,
assault and battery remanded to
In going through the Police Court
records lor tome lime putt hardly a
week will be found in which bome Ha.
waiiau woman will not be found to huve
been anestcd and lined for drunken
lie s. As it is possible for people to get
drunk in their own or their friend's
houses we huve not liilhcito niado any
remarks on the subject but it lias come
to our knowledge dut in at leu-t one
saloon on Saturday night a II iwaiiuii
woman was to be found drunk. We
would appeal to the manliness of the
proprietor and bar.kieper of that sa
loon and of all tho biiloous never to per.
mil such u thing again. Whut more
degrading sijjht can bo been than a
drunken woman? And for a woman to
bu allowed to get drunk in a public mi
loon is even more ilisgu 'ting.
NEW INVENTION IN UUNMAKINC.
The Pm is J'Vturo describes a new
style of cannon recently made at
Lille that is destined to work a com
plete revolution ill the manufacture
of artilkry, if 'all is true, that is
claimed fi r it. It is made of steel
about 1 alf an inch thick or even less,
and when pronounced crfect by the
examineis, is placed upon an enor
mous turning lathe, above which are
several bobbins wound, with fine silk
thread. The ends of the silk threads
are fastened to the cannon, which as
it turns rapidly on the lathe, soon
covers itself wrtli a thick and even
covering of silk thread. When the
diameter is thus increased to the
required size, a coating of india
rubber is applied to protect the siik
from tlic weather, and the cannon is
ready for use. It is claimed that a
silk thread lias as much tenacity and
resistance as a steel thread of equal
diameter, and much more elasticity,
consequently its use in the manu
facture of artillery possesses many
evident advantages, such as the
great decrease in weight, and the
increased facilities of handling and
firing the field piece, due to the fact
that silk is a non-conductor of heat.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Lovey.
By order of Ills Ex. tho Minister ol Interior,
we will sell by unction
On "Wednesday, July 11th,
at 12 noon, u quantity of
PLANKS AND LUMBER
On the Esplanade.
Lyons it Luvi;v, Auct'r..
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture- lands for watering stock. Full particular and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Oalcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ot every description at lowest markot rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bug Holders just the thing for Rice mid Sugar Mills ; '
Dltl'erential Pulley Mocks, Carriage Lamps.
!New Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plowsand Agricultural Instruments, .
Full asboitmcnl of Agntc'Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Sehr Kl.iikttl biotight 10D0 bgs paddy.
SahrPauabi, 12(0 bags paddy.
Sclir I'oholki, 27 cords of wood.
J)r. MouilU has been appointed
(Jcvernnieiil physician at Walalua, and
went In company with tho Prcuhlent of
thu Hoard of Health on Saturday to take
charge of his district. Wo congratulate
the Government ami that district on
having secured the nervines of com
potent and gentlemanly num. We feel
bine that they have every causo to be
From Ouro.vn Uumi)iiiluiil.
The long drought of summer has,
at lust, couiu to mi end mid u timely
and general fall of rain lias taken
place throughout tho colony.
A large and influential reprcsen
tilth e Committee has been a pointed
to m.ikc preliminary arrangements
and to bring to perfection u grand
Iiitcriiitliomil Exhibition to bo held
in Adelaide during 1880, the flftluth
year of our existence as a province.
The lioynl Commission on Educa
tion, which was appointed moretlinii
a year since, to enquire into the
working of the "Kilucntiou Act,"
has presented its Report. In many
respects tbis Report is disappointing.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Aoh, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shnfts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
Phsetone, Buggies, Wagons, &cM &c,
Manufactured with nil the latest Impiovcments.
UlnclcrijnltliliiK fc Woodwork Uono of every description.
Having the jiest mechanics I am ennblcd to do work
Cheaper and belter than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done will, complete satisfaction, or no charire made
FOR THE LADIES!
Has Just Received from Paris Direct,
SJS picec JFine ITrcneli jVtcriuo,
10 dozen Ladles' Cassimerc Dolmans (bugle trimmed)
CO i iece Silk and Wool Poplins,
.'SO icces Brocaded Satin,
B'a:k Silks, Satins & Crapes, ColM Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Cape, and a line lot of O t, i -h Feathers, in all the newest und
ricl.eit tolois. Come and examine t'.nm, as they m ist be sold without resi
Also, to arrive per SteuitiHlilp Ilunlco-v,"
now d.ie, in part us follou-s:
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Mitts, Blask and Colored Satins and Surah Sa'.ins, Merinos
1 allies' and ChildienV Cloaks, Ci ei and Sh iwls fresh from the B -st PiiriRvin
Hjuscs, ia all the Neweit Styles and Putt irns. Ladies and cfiildren's
Lace and Lulu Ho-o, in all shades.
For the Gciitlemrii-Hcn's, Youth' and Bov's Clotl-in" lower tlnn
o.her huifec in Ibc irmle. Alto, -i special line of 'C. & P. It. 1vniii x- rv
Men's and Boy'b BO T.S and SHOES, which "-"""
Will lie sold nt the IitrwcHt It iten to plcur consign incut
You have only to ttc the.-o goods to bu convinced that vou can't do bolter else
where. Visitors and friends trom the other Ishtndi are specially invited.
1117 ft. IMlierilill. Ilotol !SL.. ITmiolnl..
ft. ZUiiernin, I-Iolel St., Honolulu.
110 Days from Glasgow !
ALL perilous having claims against,
the Estate of J. 11. LYNCH will.
please Wo their claims on or lie tore S.iU
ur.luy, J illy 1-lth next, at the Hanking
Ilousu of Bishop ii Co. All parties la.
dolitcd to said estate nro requested to
mike immediate payment nt the same
BISHOP is Co., Assignees.
Honolulu, .Tune 1 .', 18ji).
Tho DalmoaioD Restaurant
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King fatrcet.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALL HOUIIH,
25 to 30 cents.
Board, pur week, upstairs, : : ti.09
It. VON OEJILIIAKKEN Si Co.,
4W lm rroprictore.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Otter lor sale the Cargo of the extreme
IRON CLIPPER SHIP "SHANDON,"
Now being landed
In Exceptionally Fine Oonaition,
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRY GOODS,
. HARDWARE, "' " ' ,
' PORTABLE TRAMWAY,
BAR AND SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,
ike, fcu., &c, &c,
All of which will bo ottered to tho trade
Hill 8 iv
on very reason-
G. VV. -MACRVRLANE & Co.
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persons win will give such in
formation as will lead to thu ooiiviotiou
of tho person or peib ins who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed thu road to
Wnikiki, beyond Sunny South, bv plac
ing an ov-oart noros said roidon the
night of tho 2 lth of M ly Instant.
1). DAYTUN, Deputy Marshil.
Honolulu, May SO, trfl. 4 l
YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME.
1. or iny way out of or ler. call on A
T. U.VIC i t, nt Cipt, J. C. duuey's bta
blo, co-iior of (J loan (Sj Pmiuhliowl bta
CSru.-eiikintr liWoon t isaddloor cur
rlau-o i peolulty. Satisfaction guuran
tved or no charge
To Kent or Icu'..
oiitalnlng 7 rooms, with ttubl
ling and cvm-v ,.,,,,,.,.i.. ......
about 1 mile from to .vn. Arteshm win
tor laid on. Rent -moderate.
,)f)1 L. C. AHLES,
lt3 " At E. O. Hall is Eon'
IIE contents of u LARGE HOUSE
J. consisting of 14 Rooms, fully fur
nisheil and complete, iiowoceii,.Ied as a
Lodging House, .situated within n iniiiu
tes walk of tho P. 0. Rent i$!0 month,
with 0 years lease. For particulars, an
ply to LYONS ii LEVEY,
lUiyw AuuWuucutt, Queen street.