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MONDAY, JULY 10, 18&3.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting of Stockholders Wallulcu
Sugar Co. nt. 1 0.
Mortgagee's siilo of Music- Unll by
Lyons & Levey, at 12 noon.
Hand alKuinm Square, at 7:;10
Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F.7:J10
Algarobii Lodge, at 7:90.
The trial of Mr. Thrum for libel
at thu instance of Dr. Fitch was
concluded, after lasting for two
days, by about ! o'clock on Satur
day night. The verdict brought in
by the jury was " Not Guilty," with
two juriors dissenting. The result
was received with applause by the
large audience, who, as the Chief
Justice said, in discharging, had
conic to hear the result of this trial
of national interest. Government
ollleials will learn front this that they
have a responsibility to the people
which they must respect.
THE BENEFIT CONCERT
in aid of the Hook and Ladder Com
pany given by thcAmateurMinstrels
on Saturday was well attended pro
bably SUfiO was taken at the door.
The performance was very enjoyable
eliciting roars of laughter.
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
A preliminary meeting to prepare
for establishing a Society with the
above object was held in the Gym
nasium on Friday. About twenty
five were all that were in attendance
on account of the rain. The Rev.
J. A. Cruzan was elected to the
chair, and Mr. F. Godfrey, Secre
tary. A committee of the following
five gentlemen and five ladies was
appointed to draft a constitution
and bye-laws, and to discuss the
broadening of the objects of the
Society into a Humane Society.
Messrs. J. S. Walker, Kohm, F. L.
Clarke, A. F. Cooke, and Kcnyon,
and Mcsdames Cruzan, Dickson,
Geo. Wallace, E. C. Rowc, and
Kohm. Several interesting remarks
were made by various speakers and
the meeting closed, adjourning to
this night week.
Friday, July 13 Drunk, Katihi,
forfeited 8 G bail; Ah Lin, Ah Lee,
Kom Kwai, remanded from 8th,
remanded till moved on ; Knptini,
disorderly person, sentenced to 10
days imprisonment at hard labour,
and 83.30 costs; Kikilawc, Kahuna,
Sam, Geo. Rico, Kapu, Kailiula,
Kahau, vagrancy. Kikilawc, aged
13, sent to Reformatory School
during minority, Kahuna and Kahau,
sent to same for 2 years. The others
handed over parents for punishment.
Saturday, July 11 T. Norman,
forfeited SG bail, E. Daughty, fined
84 and 81 costs; T. F. Quirk, re
manded from 12th, nol.proa. Same,
carrying a pistol, fined 815 and 81
costs, or in default 30 days imprison
ment at hard labour ; Ilong Chong,
keeping livery stable without a
license, fined 850 nnd 83.20 costs;
J. U. Martinn, alias J. Ii. Fisher,
escaping from prisoiigang, sentenced
to G mouths imprisonment nt hard
labour to begin after former sen
tence expires, and costs 81.10.
SHIPPING NOTES. ;
Stmr Jas, Makoo brought 1703 bags of
sugar, 850 bgs of paddy, anil 40 bags of
The blflno Ella, O.ipti E. M. Howe, ar
rived on Friday 20 days ff-oni San Fran.
Cisco, with 200 bids of lime, 200 hales of
hay, C05 sks of barley, 230 sks of bran,
COO fcks of Hour, 7300 Uncus, 421 a U. w.
posts, etc. She is consigned to Messrs.
, C. Browcr &"Co.
Sehr Knuikcuoull brought 14G5 bags
The bohr Clans Spreokels took 4,705
bags of sugar, and 430 kegs of molasses,
total domestic valuo $30 843.05.
Stmr Lcliiui brought 082 bags biigar,
41 sheep ami 1 hor.se,
Stmr O. lb BlMiop brought 2,058 bags
htigar, 40 bags of rice and 493 bags of
Htinr Iwalaul brought 2,228 pkgs of
Migar, and 10 head of cattle.
Stinr Kilauea Hon brought 203 bags
of bugar uiul 1 hoiae.
Stinr Mokoltl brought 1,215 bags rice.
Sehr Meefoo brought C00 bags rice,
Sehr Luka brou't20orls of firewood
Stmr Waimanalo brought 100 bags of
biigar ami 25 bagb of iTce.
The Likclikc braugl t 1237 liS sugar,
77 bbls molasses, f 0 hide, 15 bags po"
tnloes, 4 horses, 33 bag! awa, 127 pkgs
Tlio Maimer Hankow snilcd yeslciday
for San Fianelsco. Shu took 1004 bug
sugar, 20CO lasilce, 1072 bunches of
bananas, 103 l.ntlls ingar cine, 152 bags
1 113 sehr Kialil took 09 Portuguese
35 adults and 24 children for Hamakua
Tlioschrs llalcakala and Nettie Mo r.
rcll are now in poit. Now la the time
for a race.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
A new Telephone Company was Mai ted
Friday. A number of shares were taken
up al once.
Tin: heavy lain Friday night and
Saturday, pioduccd a little frcshcl in
Many items included in to-day's issue
had to bo omitted from Satin day's issue
for want of i-pace.
T. It. Foster's new steamer is ex.
hcic nlout the 25th of next
Her name is kept a secret at
Wi: lcain that it is piopou.'d to stall n
new line of water-carts to sprinkle the
stieets. Quite a number of subscribers
have already been obtained.
His MajeMy is one of the sdgtialorics
to the paper in favor of establishing a
Society for the Pi event ion of Cruelly to
Ax inquiry was held on Friday into
complaints of had food, onthc voyage
made by the Portuguese immigrants.
As usual the charges broke down.
On Fiiday night, Miss Breeze again
began thoso pleasant weekly Socials
which she used to hold before her de
paiturc for Hawaii. The' will bo held
Moiie fun for the boys and girls is on
hand. We hoar that a liicrry.go-round
is being imported by a gentleman who
is trying to get permission to put it up
in Thomas' Squat c.
Ox Thursday morning the Luhua
grounded on a sunken rock in going
into Makahuica, landing Reciprocity
Sugar Go's, and knocked on" a piece of
her false keel.
The Fourth of July committee finished
their woik Friday night. After paying
debts of last year the Mirphcs was
devoted to buying a gold mounted cane
for Dr. Ruth.
The Music Hall Is to be sold at Public
Auction at noon to-day, by Messrs
Lyons & Levey. At least such is the
intention up to the hour of, our going to
Cuktis Iaukea had an interview of
an hour and a half with the limpet or of
Russia, and one of an 'hour with the
Empress. They heemed much pleased
Many institutions in Honolulu have
silent partners who draw all the coin
while the other fellow does the work.
It is even hinted that the practice is
found in Government contract".
Ai.itEADV people aie getting ready to
valuo their property and to dispute the
assessor's valuation, if he revalues it.
But the Government have got to have
money nnd the more can bo got the
more they will get. '
Fouu charters were granted Friday
by the Privy Couucil. Wnlkapu Sugar
Co., Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son, nud
amendments to Ilonokaa Sugar CO.,
and Pacific Mill Co. The remaining
chtrters under consideration were re
ferred to n committee
It is understood that Mr. Bcrger and
the Band boys will go to San Francisco
in a fortnight or so to compete with 37
other bands that will bo there during
the Templar Conclave. It is not yet
certain whether His Majesty will go or
Tim Comniltteo on the formation of
the proposed Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals or Humiino So
cicty weiu instructed to provido lists
and get tho slgnatuieS of thoso who
wished to join the Society and to have
them, if possible, published in the
Yestehday was the anniversary the
Silver Wedding of Mr. Charles Pllugcr
who is now in Germany, In honor of
tho event his relatives hero and othro
members of the house of Huckfcld &
Co, had a most enjoyable afternoon at
Walkiki where all sorts of good things
were provided for tho 43 persons who
wcro present. ' In tho evening they had
a brilliant display of fireworks.
On Friday night about 10 o'clock u
bcrlous accident happened to Clarence
W. Macfarlano al the Gymnasium. In
trying the Giant swing on the Hon
zontal bar his grasp blipped and ho fell
on his head ami ehouldur BuU'ciing u
soveio shock to the nervous system. Di.
Emerson was at onco called In and the
patient taken home. Al first he was in.
sensible but by 12 p.m. he had greatly
Mrs. S. K. limit's funeral took place
yesterday, and was largely attendo, I.
Wc loiin that the whrle mill at the
old Spsneer rianlatlon was burnt to the
giouud on Tuesday night last.
On Saturdry night about 8 'clock an
old resident, Mr. A. W. Bush, died of
Blight's disease of the kidneys. The
funeral took place yesterday nftcinoon
and was well attended.
Apiisonernaincd.l. B.Maitincz, alias
Fislur, escaped Irom the chain gang at
tltc dock on Fiiday, between 3 and 4
p. in., and was cipturcd by Kaulio at
Knpiolini Paik between 7 ami 8 the
same evening. He win brought up on
Saturday moinlug and sentenced to 0
months imprisonment at hard labor, ad
ditional to the sentenceof 3 yeais which
he is now working out as a punishment
for larceny, it being tho third timo he
has suffered for that ofi'enoe. This is
the second time he has inn away.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Rand will give a concert at
Emilia Square this evening, coin-
menciugat 7:80 o'clock. The fol-
owing is the programme:
Overture The Golden Ciw?
Polka Chamberlain (new)
Dedicated to C. 11. Judd, Esq.
Quadrille Madame Angol
From Our Own Correspondent.
The bgtuc "J. D. Sprcckels"
Capt. Friis, sailed July 1 1 for San
Francisco, with 6,813 bags sugar
weighing 871,489 lbs, valued at
851,1G8.3G, and the following pas
sengers: Miss Tappendorf, H.
Meyer, and R. W. Owens.
The hospitals of Italy arc resolved
not to be outdone, if they can help
it by those of l'nris, and they arc
beginning to announce to tho world
the living wonders of which they arc
the happy possessors. At Cremona,
for instance, the object of interest
is not a sleeping' girl or a fasting
man, or a giant with 20 inch feet
who cannot walk, but a young man
who has developed an attack of
pleurisy by his peculiar liking for
the diet which ostriches arc sup
posed chielly to affect. From the
age of twelve years this mau of
strange appetites has been feeding
freely, and without any particular ill
effects, upon pebbles, iron nails and
knobs of glass. His capacity for
swallowing and accommodating these
objects within him was only devel
oped by a considerable course of
training, and it was not till he wa
about fifteen that 'the youth felt
qualified to make public displays of
his art. But by diligent practice he
steadily improved. His most useful
method was to take glass balls of a
convenient size, well smoothed or
polished, so that there should be no
unpleasant friction as they passed
down the throat and other internal
passages. By degrees ho became
able to take from 15 to 20 pebbles a
day, each weighing 3 oz. and having
a diameter of 2 Inches. Nails could
not be so well accommodated ; and it
was considered good practice to take
a dozen or two of them measuring 3
inches in length, and the third of an
inch in diameter at the head. He
has, however, when in good form,
and supplied with plenty "of thick
soup to wash them down, been known
to do 25 such nails at, a sitting; and
these performances tiro said to have
been attested to the satisfaction of
Dr. Cosoi, tho chief of the Cremona
Hospital, and other medical men.
On the whole it is, perhaps, less sur
prising that ho should now bo suffer
ing from.plcurisy thanihat ho should
not hnvo been curlier attacked by a
still more 'troublesome form of ma
lady. Melbourne Leader.
A bill has been introduced into tho
Legislature of Texas to punish by lino
the use of "profane or vociferous
language in tho vicinity of a dwelling
house." Maybe the author thinks a
man is going to get up in the middle
of a cold night, when tho bedclothes
got untucked nt tho foot, nnd go half
a mile out on tho prairie to frco his'
mind of certain ideas concerning the
event. JJoston Post.
There arc few husbands whom the
wife cannot win, iu thu long run, by
patience and love, unless they nro
harder than tho rocks, which tho soft
waters pcuetrutc iu time,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Slock Ranches where water Is required to be raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Rofrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcito Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market ratoi.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills; .
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriago Lamps.
JNew Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Waro,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.,
Pheetons, BUggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
ISlnolcsmitliliiK & AVooiVworlc done or every clcsox'liJtlon.
Having tho bi:st mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other Arm in this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge mede.
JOSEPH E. WBSERflAfti,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. -
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent' for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
tSTChargcs always moderate. ESTTclephonc No. 172.
LOW PRICES MUST RULE.
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains !
At the Great American Clothing House
As wc need room, we are now offering one of the finest, largest and host-select-cd
slocks of Men's, Youth's, Boyrs nnd Children's Clothing at ridiculously low
350 Gent's Complete Business Suits, at $10, worth $16.50.
Spring Cheviot Suits, in all styles, at $10, worth 20.
A large assnrtment of the latest stylo of Scotcli Tweed Suits, nt'$18, worth $25.
Very line French Worsted Suits, in large variety, at reduced prices.
Gent's Dark "Worsted Diagonal Suits, from $15 up.
An immense assortment of Blue Flannel Suits, from $10 up. .
Very fine Yacht Cloth Suit, in all shades and prices.
The latest style in Gent's Dress Suits constantly on hand.
Gent's Lightweight Over-coats, at low prices.
Great Reduction in our Boy's Clothing Department.
150 Boy's Linen School Suits, nt 1.75: worth 2.50.
Gent's Furnishing Department Bargains.
Gent's White Shirts, from $1.23 up; fine Percalo Shirts, latest styles, $1.25 up.
150 dozen extra heavy British Hose, at 25 cents a pair.
!)0 dozen Fancy Hose, in all colors, at 20 cents u pair. "
75 dozen Fancy Hose, at 12i cents n pair. "
05 dozen patent Gossamer Morlno Undershirts, full finished, at $1; worth $1.50.
Latest Novelties in Gent's Neckwear, at low prices.. '
Hat Department Great Bargains..
Tho latest styles constantly on hand. French Panama Hats at $1. Whlto
Mackinaw Hats at $1. Cheapest valuo in town. C-Buyors iu search of tho best
qualities, latest styles, and lowest prices, who do not call on us before purchasing
elsewhere will Boouer or later discover that they have MISSED IT BADLY.
453 3m S. COHN & Co. Great American Clothing House
New Styles in Jewelry. Am.
AM Rnll.l Hlln.. w,,..,.
200 bbls Fresh Lime
FOR SALE IN LOTS
to suit purchasers, by
C Brewer &. Co.
THREE NEATLY FURNISHED
ROOMS in a private family, situ,
ated within five minutes' walk of the
For particulars, enquire at this Olllco,
LARGE SEAL RING, Orest and Mot.
to on Blood Stone. Reward at Office
ot this paper, and no questions asked.
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.
Begs to notify his customers and public of Honolulu
. and the Islands generally,
lOiat lie is 3Seatly Npw
as over to supply tliolr needs in
WATCHES AND JEWEI-'It'K:,
and, having engaged a Competent Assistant from the
States, is able to attend to any nmount of
Watchmaking and RcnairlnD-.
Waltham "Watohess, all styles,
n.....i.i.. .i. t.
JJI L-lmillft Ul II1U JJU31
To Rent or liCase.
ONECOTTAGE, on King St.,
containing 7 rooms, with stab-
Hill? llllll p.vnrv nnnvnnlpwn
about 1 mile from town. Artosiau wa
ter laid on. Rent moderate.
L. C. AHLES,
412 liii At E. O. Hall & Son's
OWING to the scarcity of water, tno
hours for irrigation will be
Ijimiteu to 4 hours per luy
from 0 to 8 a. m. and from 4 to 0 p.m.
until further notice.
Approved : Bup't Water Works.
Jko. E.Bubu. Minister of Interior.