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KIM DAY. JULY 20, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
lti-'ulur Cash Sale til Sules lloom,
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
JlVei'mi; StiH'klioltU'i'd I'rinccville
Plantation Co., nl 10.
Meeting Stockholders Kast Maui
Plantation Co., at lO'.IJO.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, FoitSt.
Chinch, at 8 o'clock.
Fireworks on hoard Hiujio, 7:.'10.
Social ul Miss Bi coze's, T:!3J.
Musical Society, Practice, YMCA
H 11, 7::?0.
Imp. Order of lied Men, at 7:!10.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :;50.
Polynesia Encampment, at 7:130.
This evening a grand dibplny of
llreworks will he given by our
courteous visitors, the Captain and
olllccrs of the Japanese man-of-wtir,'
Iliujio, on hoard their vessels, from
about 5:30 to 7:30 o'clock. An in
formal party will be given on hoard,
His Majesty being present unollieially
as also will be the Ministry and
others. The lloyal Hawaiian Band
will also be on board anil enliven the
ptoccedings with harmonious music.
By the kind eourtes- of Captain S.
U. Ito, we have been furnished with
the following programme of the
display which will be well worth
seeing from the water front.
1. White CIu'vsuntliL'inums
L. Drooping Willow
:i. Bed anil White Halls
4. White Chrysanthemums in a shower
5. American Liberty
7. White Chrysanthemums
h. Gambler's precious
!. Sunset of "Venice"
1. Drooping Willows
1. lied Stars
3. White Stars
1. Weeping Willows
r. Blue Stars
i. Bed Stars
7. Klver Willows
The beauty of the designs, and
the skill displayed in their execution,
of firework displays by the Japanese
nation is well-known, so that the citi
zens of Honolulu may expect a
Ycsterdaya little before 12 o'clock
as Mrs. II. Swinton jr., was driving
home to the Lunalilo building, the
reins got under the horse's tail and
frightened it so that it bolted and
threw the occupants of the carriage
Mrs. Swinton had her collar-bone
broken, her son had his face bruised
and a Hawaiian woman who was
with her was not injiued. The ac
cident occurred near Mr. West's
house. Mrs. Swinton was imme
diately taken to Mr. F. Bolles' resi
dence and as soon as she could bear
it, was taken home. Dr. Emerson
and Trousseau were in attendance.
Her collar-bone was set and she is
now doing well.
THE BOLdIuGCANEERS BADLY
Writing under date of 28th May
from Vlndivostock the Captain of
the JS'inilo says, we hac arrived
here after 45 days passage in bad
condition. A plank has staited
under the foic-chains and several
butts. Beside this she is leaking
badly in her water ways on deck.
The crew have signed clear of the
vessel so there is no one to bring
Instructions were forwarded to
the Captain by last 'mail to turn the
vessel over to such of the owners
,us were there, and if she could he
sulllciently repaired there she would
brought back, but if not she would
he. bold up there.
The mysterious part of the ex
pedition seems not to have been
touched on, and the fishing portion
of it apparently cannot or will not
be carried out.
ThiliHday, .Tilly ID Drunk; T.
Moore, H. Logan, forfeited SO bail
each; JoeMIued $H mid 81.20 costs;
Kcopuu remanded to 20th ; W. Mo
Connel, assault and battery fljid f
nntl S3. 20 costs; Makuwao, truancy
jvpriinunUeil mid ordered to sehooi.
THE STEAMBOAT RALE
Did not come off yesterday, as an
nounced. The "Lydia" was on
hand on time, but Uniting no com
petitor on hand, Mr. Lucas took on
hoard a number of friends and
steamed out and around the Spar
Buoy. Quite a number of poople
gathered along the city front to
witness the contest, but returned
Schr Mnlolu brought CiO D.igs sugar.
Selir Waioli bioight O'O bagi saigar.
The I'glno W. G. Irwin illl lc.ive for
Sail FrancUco this morning nt 10
The D. C. Murray will mil Saturday.
The Shatidon will finish discharging
The sugar bn light by the Malolo and
Waioli will be held over for the stcamir
The Courser will be dUclinrfied by the
middle of next 'week.
The steam scow, Hloiiging to Hack,
feltl & Co., hit" I e'jn cop;,ercd.
The sclu Jinnio and Mnnuckawai
stirtcd for a nicclo Kawalhiie yester
day afternoon. They hail a good stmt,
and when oil' the Hell Buoy the Litter
was two lengths lichiud.
Slmr Lchuii bi ought 007 bags sugar
and 41 sheep.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Hand Concert at Emma Squire
last night was well attended. The mu
sic was splendid.
Ir you want to get the best Manilla
cigars ever seen or smoked in this
country, go to Messrs. Bolles & Co.,
Queen street. Nothing to equal them
is our verdict.
Tin: spring near the lower reservoir,
Nutinmi Valley, which ceased to flow
during the dry weather has not com
menced again. The water in the Artes
ian Well is stili sinking.
The shaft for the pulsomcter pumps
to work in, at the Artesian Well near the
the Makiki reservoir, lias been sunk to a
dep;h of 01 feet. They have still to
sink 57 feet more which will probably
take another 2 weeks.
An occasional contiibutor calls our
attention to the fact that the 'Titer is
out in its show of Biblical knowledge
when it calldlaihaul tender-eyed for it
was Leah who was lender-cyed and in
those dnysijt was considered a defect
and not a beauty.
Many persons have commented on
the extreme thoughtfulncss of Mr. James
Dodd who on Wcdne.-day afternoon
drove his fpriakiing cart himself all
the way from the Bethel to Jurid's Hill
thus keeping the road free from dust
for the funeral.
To-MOiiuow the first general meeting
of the stockholders of the Mutual Tele
phone Co. will be held at the armory at
11 a.m. The lAjsiness announced is the
dcflnile settlement of the amount of
capital stork and the appointment of a
committee on th'j charter.
We wcicyestirJay shown in Messrs
G. W. Macfailane & CVs samples of
some spkiidid cane gronat Waimca
Kauai, sent down for liie Boston Exhibi
tion. It h a new enterprise and the
cane' will bo ground at Mr. W. D.
Schmidts mill. Wc have seldom or ever
seen liner or h' avicr can this.
A nice M.mjle of " how not to do it "
could be seen yisterday on King Street
in front of the building ne.t door to S.
Nowlein's snloo i. A lot of lubbish had
been left in the street theic by the con.
tracti is. A native man had been hired
to pick this up and thiow it about. 15
feet further oi. The Itoad Supervisor
should tee to It.
Tin: 'Knights of Pythias had their
semi-annual installation of ofllcers on
Wednesday night. Mr. D. Dayton being
the D. S. C. wits the installing oulcer of
the evening. The following is the Roll
of Ollleers as now constituted: Henry
Webb, P. C; II. Smith, C. C. ) M, Canii
van, V.C; O. Clarke, Prelate; G Will,
lain!', K. of It. & S.; F. Godfrey. M. of
V.; T. Soren on; M. of E.s G. 6. Hough,
tailing, M. at A.
To-nioiit Mr. Mellis opens his new
goods for the inspection of his custom
ers. They have been specially selected
with a view to keeping his stock here
abreast of the most fashionable em
poriums on tiie Coast and elsewhere.
Feather.-, luces, and Uowers and every
necessary for millinery and tiimmlng
ate to be. found In profusion and style,
Dn'hS goods, silks, plushes, inoree.-h,
brocade?, and hosiery to match, (It fin
ally style of costume are thero. "We
feel sure our lady readers will flock to
Inspect and then will purchase.
Talk about Acapulco for Centipede".
Honolulu can probably discount it.
Hens U Hie. sio-y: Ycteiday morning,
whilo lifting up a portion of Hip (Jooriiifj
in Messrs Castle & Cooke's wnndioiiMi,
the workmen engaged in doing it found
mi ciioinsous centipede about 0 inches
.oag and very b o;id and thick, with a
family of no less tl.an 177 jbung ones
Doubters may dispel' llieir doubts by
calling at this dike and trusting to
O.N Wednesday ovmlng al'O.it half
past Sj o'clock an accident ouurrcd in
the lesidenee of Mr. Oxley on Mcichunt
SI. near the coiner oi Alakea which
might have resulted in a. seiious fire.
In the parlour a three-light clniadeilcr
U suspended fiom a hook in the celling
by tin ce chains. One of, thcto gave
way and two the lumps were prccij 1
tated on to the table, smashing, and
beginning to blaze up immediately.
Tiio-e in the room gathered up the
coiners of the table-cloth and sinotheivd
the llamcj with it ami a bedspread lias.
tily brought for ths puipose. The only
damage done except the biokcn lamps
were 1 urns to these two article. The
lire win cxting ilshed solely with the
aid of those in the hou e. No paity of
natives ludicd in.
Herbert Spencer considers the
wealing of pointed-toed shoes, and
skin-tight trousers, u well-defined
mark of mental imbecility.
Aacuon Sale3 by Lyons & Levey.
This Day, Friday,
July 20th, at 10 a.m., at Sales Room,
will be held,
Begular Cash Sale
Dry Goods, Furniture,
Crockery, Groceries Pocket Hooks,
Ladies' and Gent's Gold AVatches,
Pictures, Clocks, &c.
Alto, a superior
LOT OF FINE PLANTS,
0 Kales Burlaps, SO Bales Coal Baps,
Cases Garlic, Sacks No. 1 Sugar,
One Fine Saddle Horse,
Sound, kind and gcnMc.
To oss & Lr.vuY, Auslioicjrs.
A GENERAL MEIiTING of the
Stockholders of the
Mutual Telephone Co.
of Honolulu, win be held on Saturday,
'Jlst instiint, at 11 it. m., at the Armory.
Object : Definite settlement upon the
amount of Capital Sloek, and Election
of Committee to draw up Char.er and
Petition to Privy Council to grant the
458 21 PER ORDER.
AFTERNOON and EVENING. Re
tp ctablc girls wauled to assist a
a few boats only.
157 lw Apply 99 BERE TANIA S r
TO LET, corne. of Queen and Punch
457 tf A iv, ly o'i the Picnics.
Notice to Steele Holders.
TiiEHE will he a meeting of the
bio k Holders of the Princevillc
Plnntaiio i C .. a I the Office of C. Hi ewer
& Co., on Fiiday, July 20, 1883, nt 10
o'clock n. m.
P. C.JONES, Jn.,
457 it Secretary.
Notice to Stock Holder.
THERE will be 'a meeting of the
Stock Holders of the East Maui
Plantation Co. at the office of C. Brewer
&C-.. on Friday, July 20th, 188.J, at
10:80 o'clock a. in.
P. C. JONES, Jn ,
457 2t Secietary.
A TENT AND FLY, 10 x 15, 3 feet
walls; pole, pegs mallet, ifca,
complete. Enquire this office. 450 lw
Will Shortly Open,
Cool and Shady Retreat,
Where Ladles and genllcmoa cm par
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate,
Ice Cream, Ice Tea,
And a variety of
Cigars, Cigarettes ami Tobacco,
Drily, Weekly and Illustrated Papers,
99 Beretania Street
To L.tsi, '""
TMIREK NEATL.Y FURNISHED
JL ROOMS Ina priv it" family, situ,
nltd whlUn live minutes' walk of the
For paitleulars, cmuiiro at this Office.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETS OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Handles where water is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock.' Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Bofrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magnoso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely Hi c-proof.
Lubricating Oils ol every dcscripilon at lowoit market rates.
Hicc Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just thu tiling for Klce and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
!New Goods contsantly arriving'.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
.A.. IMC. MELLIS
For Public Inspection,
THIS FRIDAY EVENING;
July 20th, at 7:V0.
ALL ARE INVITED
Pheetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c.f 4c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
Ulnclcumitlilnp; fc "WoocVworlc done of every acscrlntlo n.
Having the best mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper ami I: e tier than any other firii in thia city.
New work and Repair' ng done witl. complete satisfaction, 0r no charge made.
' JOSEPI-3 E.
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Offlce, 27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all pirts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Homes to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or bingle, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description'
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, wi.h
18 Chromoj; subscripiion$1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
CarChurgca always moderate. aSTTeleplionc No. 172.
LOW PEIOES MUST BULK.
Be renins ! Ilni-giiim ! Bargains ;
At the Great American Clothing House
A we need room, w . aro now ollcrim; oaa of the finest, largest and boit--n 7w
cd stocks of Men's, Youth's, Boy's and Children's Clothing at Hdlcutoul5'low
350 Gent's Complete Business Suits, at $10, worth ?16.50.
Spring Cheviot Suits, in all styles, nt $l-j, wo tii .$C0.
A large assnrtinent of the latent style of Scotch Twosd Suit, nt $18 TOm-n, ail
Very line French Worsted Suits, in lar,'e variety, at reduced prices.
Gent's Dark Worsted Diagonal Suits, from 15 up.
An immense assortment of Blue Flannel S lils, from $10 up.
Very line Yacht Cloth Suit, in all sliudcs and price.
The latest stylo in Gent's Dress Suits constantly ou hand.
Gent's Lightweight Ovcr-coatSnat low prices.
Great Reduction in our Boy's Clothing j)o nartment
150 Boy's Linen School Suits, at $1.75: worth $2.50. '
Gtmt'8 FiirniMliiiiff Deportment ilaty aint!
Gent's White Shirts, from $1.25 up; fine Perctlo Shirts.' late' 1tvn, i o-, n
HO do.cn extra heavy British II i-e, at 25 cents a puir? " J ' U5 up"
P0 dozen Fancy Hose, in all colors, at 20 cents u rm'.r
75 dozen Fancy Hose, at 121 cnnti a pair.
OSdozenpatentGossiinicrMji-inoUadorslilrts, full fmisha-l m i. u-n,n, i nn
Latest Novelties ttj Qont's Neckwear, at law rrcc". Uo J' at l! uor?h l?,'C0-
Hat Department Great Bajfgains.
The latest style constantly on hrmd. French Pinamn H,m nt i wi.it
M lckiniiw Hats at V. Chenpet vidua in town. wS in i. nYVl
cnialitles, latest styles, and loweU price, wlm do ,?o! c lonS SmIdk
olfowhero will bqoner or Inter discover that they have MISSED IT BDIYS
153n S. COHN & Co. Great Amonoan Clothing House
fesj 3 ttH
New Styles in Jewelry. Am. Waltham Watohes, all styles
154 Solid Sihcr Ware. KvcrylltJng of the Best.
vrr t i km
.7 """" v wia
rifmcaJir-.mii i'uiiti i wmn
HTTflvaii ia lln-wia
HAS JUST RECEIVED "
A Supply of ITew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best qualil ,y,
Sold at the lowest prices.
Bogs to nqtlfy his customers nnd public of Honolulu,
and the Islands generally,
ITIiat lie iss 3R.eadj Wov
as ever to supply their needs in
WA.XCIIISS AND JEWELKY,
and, liuving eiigiifted a Compotent Asshtant fiom tlio
States, is utile to attend to my ami tint of
WatcIiniiikiiiL' and ltcnairiuir.