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MONDAY. JlLY 23, 188a.
THIS DAY'S DOIHCS.
lljiriuoJiy Ltiiltto. l.O.O.F.7:D0
Aljjiirolm Lode. sit 7:!5().
Meeting Kociutv Cruelty to Ani
mals. Y.M.C.A. IJull, 7:!30.
H. h J.M. SrRINJIO.
Un Fiirtny evening, Captain S. U.
Ho give a paity in honor of His
.Majesty on board his vessel, at which
a display of thos-e fireworks, for which
the Japanese aic to justly famed,
was one of the attractions.
AL 5 o'clock the guests were con
veyed on board by the ship's boat,
where they found every preparation
had been made to receive them by
Captain Ito and Mrs. J. 0. Carter,
assisted by Mr J. O. Carter.
His Majesty made the visit unoffi
cially, as the health of the sailors
had not yet sufficiently recovered to
permit the customary honors of man
ning the yards and firing salutes be
ing given. The after-deck was care
fully screened and shaded by a cano
py of flags of all nations, borne of
which have not been seen here before.
The cabin skylights made an impro
vised table with the aid of some
beautiful silk table-cloths of Japan
ese workmanship on which were
placet I iVtoutiful and lare porcelain
vnos filled ViUJi fresh flowers.
Chairs nnilfauteuits wctv disposed
round the (-ides. "
After half an hour's interesting
and p'easant converse the guests were
invited to go forward and face the
exhibition of day fireworks. The
programme of this portion of the
entertainment has already been be
fore our readers, so we will confine
ourselves to a few remarks. The
fireworks arc put up in conical oblong
cases, something like a very large
rocket, about a foot in length, and
three inches in diameter. They arc
fired, from a wooden mortar bound
round with bamboo hoops, precisely
as shot is fired from .1 cannon.
After leaching a certain height the
case explodes and a colored smoke
appeals taking the shape of a flowers,
trees, etc. From some of them
coloured paper ligures arc expelled
which expand and form figures. One
of these the Goddess of Liberty with
a shield emblazoned with the stars
and stripes was especially admired.
" Gambler's precious " was a die
with its C sides marked with the
spotb. "The Sunset of Venice"
was 5 beautifully tinted clouds. The
Hand enlivened the intervals with
appropriate music. Later on they
sang borne Hawaiian mcles.
After the day fireworks had been
shown an adjournment was made to
the awning which during the display
of firewotks had been quickly turned
into .1 supper room. Everything
was of the best style and daintiest
arrangement that could be found,
amongst them being several peculiar
to the Jap.mese cuisine. The Cap
tain and officers vied with each other
in heaping attentions on their guests.
Afterwaids the evening fireworks
were displayed, being, if possible,
more beautiful than the afternoon's
exhibition. About 8;.'30 p.m. the
Throughout the Captain and offi
cers displayed the greatest courtesy
and attention possible, and proved
themselves worthy representatives of
that hospitality for which Japan is
Amongst the guests present were
His Majesty the King, II. K. II.
Princess Likelike, His Ex.'Gov. J.
O. Dominis, Hon. A. S. Clcghorn,
their Ex's W. M. Gibson, and J. E.
liush, His Ex. It. M. Daggett, Am
erican Minister Resident, M. Fccr,
Commissioner for France, Mrs and
the Misses Fecr, M. Uoulicch Chan
cellor, and Mrs. Uoulicch, Mr. J. O.
Carter, Commercial agent for Japan,
Mrs. Carter and the Misses Carter,
Mr. Pat', Consul-general for Nether
lands, Mrs. Paty, Col. J. II. Boyd,
Major L. Kinimnka, Key. Dr. S. C.
Damon and Mrs. Damon, Dr. Brodie,
Dr." Trousseau, Mrs. P. C. Jones jr,
Prof. .Scott and Mrs, Scott, and Mr.
Or. C. Keuyou
THE MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
held its llrst general meeting at the
Armory on Saturday morning. A
large number of shareholdeis were
present, either in themselves or by
proxj' representing 'JDUC shines.
Judge 11. F. Biekeiton was elect
ed Chairman, and Mr. J. E. 'Wise
man, Secretary. It was resolved to
make the capital stock $;iO,0(JO with
the privilege of increasing it to
850,000. The lions. II. A. Wide
niann and A. S. Clcghorn, and Mr.
S. M. Damon were appointed a Char
ter Committee. The meeting then
adjourned till such day as the Com
mittee would call them together.
The schooner Knluna sailed for
the Gilbert Islands, Saturday morn
ing at 10:30, taking 75 laborers
back. She will be away about 1
months on a trading voyage. She
may bring some more Polynesian
laborers on her return.
Saturday, July 21 Drunks ; Ioba,
foifeited 8 i bail; J. F. Brown, as
sault and battery, nol. pros. ; Ilene
lei, riding faster than a walk over a
biidge, foifeited Sf bail; Ah Kaka,
violating Express Peg. C nol. pro.,
vine obstructing public higljwhv,
fined B-' and 81.30 costs.
Sohr. "WuiiuiLu brought a load of
stone, f 1 0111 AValmanulo.
The D "Murray took !")0!)8 bags of
sugar, 1502 bags of rice, 503 bags o
'.vy'ftFVand 181 bbls of molasses. Total
weight 075,900 lbs, total domestic value
Schr. Kaluna took 75 S S Islanders.
Stmr. C, II Bishop bioughl 1835 bags
of sugar. 870 bags of paddy, 42 bags of
rice, 75 bbls of molasses, 12 green hides,
and 20 bullocks.
Stmr. Jas Mnkcc brought 1785 bags of
sugar, and 320 bags of paddy.
Schr. Marion brought 1010 bags of
Stmr. Kilauca IIou brought 200 bags
of sugar, 05 kegs of sugar, 8 heifers, and
Schr. Mary Alice brought 189 bags of
sugar, 41 bbls of molasses, and 04 green
Stmr Likelike brought 841 bags of
sugar, 30 bags potatoes, 51 head cattle,
2 horses, 28 hides, 8 bbls molasses and
00 pkgs sundries.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Twelve (hunks on Puturdny night.
'Die Band gave an excellent concert
on Saturday afternoon.
His Ex. H.M. D.iggett goes to the States
on the Australia for a trip.
We hear that a " Entci prise Telephone
Company" has been started, nud 1000
bharcs has already been taken.
A reward of $100 has been offered for
the capture of the escaped prisoner
This is theftist week of duty for tho
Public Schools this session. Their ex
amination comes on at the end of this
On Saturdey tho Marshal went down
to Waialua with Dr. Morlarty to select
it site for a house and ollicc for him. It
will probu'bly be near the Court House
us being most convenient.
On'Saturdny, pardons were issued by
His Majesty's Privy Council to Tcntarua
and Navwintepa, tho two South Sea In.
landers sent down from Maui a few
weeks ago. They veio sent to their
homes on the Kalunn.
Oni: of the chief benctlts which will
bo derived from the Portuguese immi
gration, by Hawaii, in addition to the
supplying of plantation labour, is the
acclimatization of those small hand in
dubtrles pr.iclii-cd by the immigrants.
Tho Madeira islands arc celebrated over
tho world for their pioduels of inlaid
work, wicker work, lace, and embiold
ery. These islands will undoubtedly in
time become so. In Hie meiiutbuu 11
prolltublc trade Is spilnghig u p in the
importation ef them. We wero called
In on Saturday to see Met-srs. Dins &
(iu.'isalvcs' stock of new Importations of
wlekcr-clmuN tables, nnd baskets, em
broidery,' haudsoVa boots and shoe?,
etc. All of which we ndvisO 0111' leaders
to go and see. They will not regret It.
The schr IdaSchnauer, Capt Hob.
crtson, sailed July 21st, for San
Francisco, with 8083 bags of sugar,
weighing 893,833 lbs ; 200 hides &
C bbls tallow valued at 825,718. 1(5,
and tho following passengers E L
Parker ami family, J Hanson.
In Honolulu, July 22nd, 1873, at the
residence of S .1. Levey, Lewis J. Levey
to Miss Flora Hart, of Loudon, England.
Panoy and Dry Goods
L M. MELUS'
104 Fort Street.
OW HEADY TO SHOW
the public the Fhie-4 and Ucsl Selected
Stock ever exhibited in this Kingdmi,
at astonishingly Low Prlcc-t. Bead the
following, call and be convinced.
For wan of space I tiuole hut few of
the One Thousand Bargains now on
Pure Silk Moires, nil shade $1 00
worth 3 00
Pure Brocades leading 0 00
worth 1 25
Fine Satins 1 00
Fine Figured Sateen" 0 50
worth 0 75
Cn. choice attcrns, 15 yard for.. 1 00
Tremendous Bargains in
Hosiery and Underwear.
Heal Li-,lc Thicnrt Hose, oil shades 0 50
B.il llo.csilk checkul, 1.1 0 35
Fancy col. bote, iruin 0 15
Lidus' Euuir. Chemist- 0 50
Lulics skills, with 1 utiles & tucks I t0
Jj'HIhs' night gowns, good quality. 1 00
Alto, un immense assoitinent of Lace
Goods, Fichus, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
IN GENT'S GOODS
I have a full line of
Fine unlaundsrcd shirts $1 00
Fine percale from 1 00
Fine uudcishirts, from 0 25
Fancy half hose, f 1 0:11 0 15
Fancy halMiose, full finish, from.. 0 35
Flue brocaded suspender.-, from... 2 50
Fine Bycicle shiits, from 1 00
Fine G. Silk handkerchiefs, lrom.. 0 75
Fine G. Buthing suits, tiom 1 75
Fine Silk Alpaca Coats 3 50
Di ill suits, for painters 1 fc5
A full asfoitment of Ties, Sjnrfa,
A NEW BENEJFIT !
I hnve also added to my establishment
a FIRST CLASS MILLlHEU, iust ar
rived from the Coast, who will trim
hats to older, and also wait upon the
wants of my customers iu the Ladies
AVo have just leccived
The Finest Assortment
Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Bafekes, &c.
(ALT. HAND MADE)
EVER SEEN IN HONOLULU.
To enumerate them all would take too
much spacs, but this will give you on
Chaii'H, Tablet, Sofas,
Layettes Work Tables,
Emhroideieil Be Isprcads,
Guitais, Toilet Sets. &c,
Call unci co Tliem.
DIAS & GONZALVES,
400 lm Hotel Street.
FINE B K 11 Tv R TT I U V.
PIGS for breeding, from
4 to ifu. Appiy ai Jur.
Dowsett's Corral, near the
GOOD AND SAFE PASTURAGE
for a inure and fold.
400 lw LAINE & Co.
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st,
A double English Traveling Rug,
a dyed shecpskiu foot rug, and un cm
bioidcred ditbt-wray. The obovo re
ward will bo paid on returning same to
4v0 G. V. MAUFARLANE & Co.
SATURDAY, a Ladies' Bracelet. The
owner can have the same on prov
ing ownership and paying expense.
Apply ut this oillcc. . 400
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF HEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water is required to bo raised from gulches
to pisturc land for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of every description at lowest market rales.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico nnd Sugar Mills; . ..
Dill'ercntial Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
New Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Flows and Agricultural Instruments, ' . ,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
. 2WC- JMCEZJLiIS
"Will Keen Open
For Public Inspection,
For a Few Days Longer !
Phsetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with all the latest impioveincnts.
XJlnolCBm'ltlilriEr fc "Vood.-vorl done of every description
. Having the best mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and lietter than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge inudc.
JOSEPH E. WiSEHftAftS,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Mci chant street, ' Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The,only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts ofllonolulu and the various Islands.
Houses tol aic 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 Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromo3; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
CSrCharges nlways moderate. Telephone No. 172.
LOW PRICES MUST RULE.
Bargain ! llarguinn ! Bargains !
At the Great American Clothing House
As we need room, wo are now offeiing 0110 of tho finest, largest and bovt-tclcct-ed
slocks of Men's, Youth's, Boy's nud Children's Clothing at ridiculously low
350 Gent's Complete Business Suits, at $10, "worth $16.50.
Spring Cheviot Suits, hi all styles, at $10, wo.th '20.
A large assnrtmcut of tho latest style u Scotch Tweed Suits, at $18, -worth $25,
Very line French Worsted Suits, in laro variety, at reduced prices.
Gent's Dark Worsted Diagonal Suits, iroin $15 up.
An immense assortment of Blue Flannel.Huits, from $10 up.
Very fine Yacht Cloth Suits, in all shudci and price?.
The latest blyle in Gent's Dress Suits constantly on hand.
Gent's Lightweight Over-coats, at low pi Ices.
Great Reduction in our Boy's Clothing Department.
150 Boy's Linen School Suits, at" ?1.7ii: woith $2.50.
(xcnt'M FnrulKliiiiK Department Bargains.
Gent's White Shirts, from $1.35 up; line Percale Shirts, latest Htx'les, $1,25 un.
1 0 dozen extra heavy British II010, at 25 cents a pair.
1)0 dozen Fancy lfose, in all colors, at 20 cents a pair.
75 doen Fancy Hose, at 12V cents a nar.
05 dozen patent Gossamer Merino Undershirts, full llnished, at $1; woith $1.50.
Latest Novelties in Gent's Neckwear, at low prices..
Hat Department Great Bargains.
The latent styles constantly on hand. French Panama Hats at $1. "Whito
Mickiuaw Hats ut $1. Cheapest value in town. E2TBuyers In search of the best
qualities, latest styles, and lowest prices, who do not call on U3 before purchasing
elsewhere will booner or later discover that they havo MISSED IT BADLY.
453 Sm S. COHN & Co. Groat American Clothing House
New Styles in Jewelry. Am, "Waltham "Watohes, all styles.
( 401 .Solid Silver Wuic. Everything of tho BcbU
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of ETew 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
nnd tho Islands generally,
Itfia-t lie i Ready 3V ow
us ever to supply their needs In
AVVX-OIIES AJSD JEWliILKY,
and) having engaged p, Competent Assittunt fiom the
, ,, V1'03' is nulu ,0 "ttciid to nay amount of
' ' Watchmaking and Kenairinir.