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" SA'ITKDAV, JULY 28, 1883.
""" THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
(iymniiiiinii lixproises for Lnilics
and Cliililieu from 1) to 11.
Lynns i"c Levey will poll (it Vi M.
.Moit!ia;iM'V itli of Musiu Hull, So.
And at 1'J.iJI), frmrciiox, salmon, &t
m Stalls 11 and 10 Wish Market.
Hiihis Hull .Match, 11:30.
Hand at Kintnii Square,, nt 4 :f!0
C!u.pel Temperance Meeting t
Bethel, at 7:JH).
Moetinjr Hose Co. No. 1, at 8.
Bethel Sunday School, at )M.
Fort St. Church S. S. ntJ:-15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, at 1 1
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Crtt
ziin, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. G.
Wallace morning: and evening.
Bible Class at Fott St. Church
Vestry, at 3 :'l5
A SOCIAL EVENING
at Fort Sticct Church was held in
the vestry on Thursday night when
the following inteie&ting piogrannno
was presented :
1. Piano Duct (Mei ture to Ro-Miii'-
Diirbcr of Seville MN-. Cn-tlo fc
2. Heading An actor story of UN sea
experience Mi 1'ie-eott
a. Solo The D.iy fc ilono Halfo Mr.-.
I. Reading Selection' and D.inbnry
Newsman's Bureau Di.iucr.. .Mis.
."i. J-'olo PunchimcJlD. .Mi. J. F. Uiown
(. Heading The House top Saint. .Mrs.
Afterwards refreshments were
served and tongues made " merry
music for an hour's space." Jlrs.
K. P. Adams, and Mrs.. P. C. Jones
Jr. directed this most enjoyable
After the programme of recitations
and songs had been gone through
the Rev. V. A. Swan, Head muster,
read his own report and that of Mr.
Funuaux on the Drawing and Map
ping. His Lordship the Bishop then
presented the prizes according to
the followiug list:
Benjamin Sleppy prize for Good Con-
D. Xotley Aictic World
'Jnil piizo for Good Conduct
Goo Kim Desk
Benjamin Sloppy piizc for Religious
Knowledge. (Holy Scriptures ai.d
12. Stiles The Land & the Bool;
foinmem.ci! II Antiliu, "lliave 31 en ol
Bytini," mid U. Horn, "Camp on
Mathematics J. L. Aholo Desk
HnglHi I). Norton Aictic Work'
G.og. & Ilist.-V. Kninohiii Ynhct Voyiuc
Drawing (1) Aholo bca IMctuies
Drawing (2) Altima. ...Indian Pictures
Second standard Liloa Banks of
Bel. Know I. 11. Cooper Sinai and
Arith. .1. Stephens Swiss Family
Gem:. & Hist. W. Harris.... Story of a
English W. Wright Peter Parley
Bel. Know 1. E. Cook Settlers In
Arith. J. Swinton Dcs-k
Geneiul Knowl. G. Kin Desk
11. Closson Bible Picture Book
Holy Script.-J. Lemon Desk
Arith. . Hookane Bible Pictuie
English Roe Seiipturc Book
After the prizes were distributed
to the happy recipients Hawaii Ponoi
was sung and an adjournment was
mado to the grounds. A number of the
visitors stayed behind and examined
t'.ic excellent specimens of the ex
amination papers in tiie various
s.ibjccts exhibited on the walls to-,
getlier with the beautiful maps and
neat drawings. Tlie whole of the
work thus shown was far and away
tdieud of anything else seen during
this year's examinations.
Soon the athletio spoits began to
the great delight of the visitors. The
excellent performance of this feature
of English Publics School Life shows
' how easily a good thing can bo
transplanted with proper hands and
proper care. The general vim and
zest with which 'the boys entered on
it sho'wctl to, that they "appreciated
the means taken to preserve "a
sound mind in a sound body." The
following is a list of the events and
I. High jump, (boys' over 12 years of
age.) A lie between 1). Morton, G.
Holt, and C. Stiles, height lit. Din. '
II. Race of 500 yard, (boys over 12
yearn of age.) won by E. Stiles in 1 in.
JO sec , easily.
. J1I. High Jump, (boys under 12 years
' of age.) won by J. Sloven 11 years,
' height -1ft. 2ln. Mho jumped Ml 7in.
IV. Tlueu legged race, won by J.
Aholo & C. Kim CJin. ilU tanco 80 yds.
V. Hitting the vfool-bull. on einslly
by J, Aholo.
VI. Long jump
(boys over 12
ofmrc.) won oy 1). Nothy ilb
VII. Hurdle race, won by D. Notify.
VIII. l.og jump, (loys under 12
vears of age.) won by .J. Steven dis
tance lift. Sin.
IX. Sack race, won by II. Analui.
X. Tug of uir. '1 lie M'lu ol a d vlded
Into two pintle" called KuglWh and
American. The IhiglMi won.
XI. Baec of r00 yauls. (bojs unler 12
yean of age.) won by J. Steven in
"lln. 25'oe. (The distance had been
XII. Long race. A cup had been
proinWed bythu Ki.v. Mr. Walnwright
to he won three successive years lie
fore it become the property of the
winner. However the boys were too
tired to trv this Mar.
XIII. Throwing the weight, won by
I). Notley, distance 50 ft.
This llnishcd a very excellent
afternoon's exhibition of the school
and its results for the past year.
The pupils and teachers ihnve every
reason to feel proud of the results.
At G :30 o'clock a full choral vesper
service was held in the church.
In addition to our yesterday's list
of those present we have to mention
II. R. II. Princess Likclikc, Mrs.
Fecr and the Misses Fcer, and His
Fx. J. M. Kopcna and Mrs. Kapc
na, lions. II. M. Whitney and V.
The school reassembles on the 17th
Yesterday morning the examina
tions at the above school for gills
began. The Primary Department
under charge of Miss Rhodes was
examined first. 01 girls are in this
department and they showed the
effects of the caroful and thorough
training bestowed on them by their
At about half past ten the exami
nation of the upper grades began.
These are superintended by Miss
Coney assisted by Miss Luce and
in the live classes under them there
aic if! girls. A noteworthy point
about the girls was the extreme re
finement and neatness of their ap
pearance, from the oldest to the
The examinations consisted chiefly
of Reading, Spelling, and Black
board exercises ,iu Arithmetic, and
A selection was made from the
upper classes of girls who went
through some very pretty exercises
with wands to the sound of music,
and afterwards 10 of them went
through some very pretty ealisthcnic
exercises also to music. The simul
taneous co-ordination of the girls'
movements was wonderful and
showed the extreme care and pains
which the teacher must have taken.
The exercises closed a little after
A very large crowd of parents
and friends assembled witli
whom were a number of young
hoodlums who constantly made such
a noise as to interrupt the exercises
more than once. Amongst those
present were II. R. II. Princess Li
liiiokalani attended by Miss Sheldon,
His Ex. W. M. Gibson, His Ex. J.
M. Knpona and Mrs. Kapena, Mrs.
Captain Luce, and three ofilcers f rom
The highest place in the school
tliis year was taken by Miss L.
Kanac with Miss II. Pchu second.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will give a concert at
Emma Sqttnre this afternoon com
mencing at 4 :!30 o'clock. The fol
lowing is the programme:
Overture The Vestnle Spontini
Cavntinn Heli-ano Donizetti
Fantasia The Last Boie of Summer
fhtllad St. Acnes Eve (ncv)...SulIivnn
Finale Bigoletlo Vcidi
Quadiillc Madame Angot iy request)
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
It is yet doubtful whether the Band
will go to Sin Fiancifeco or not.
Mu. W. ', Bowen avill conduct the
Temperance meeting at the Bethel this
A meeting of Hobo Co. No. 1 will bo
held at their building this evening at 8
Mom: and mine confusion seems to
reign nmoiigt the Ministry. The latest
is that all must go out.
Tin: cane to bo presented to Dr. Ittith
will bj forwarded on the l'eiisacola
which is daily expected.
The Baud will give an c.mih Concert
on Monday evening, .July 110, at the Ha
waiian Hotel, steamer pcnalitiug.
Wi: learn that the Hon. Godfiey
Bhodes resigned his position as a
member of the Board of Education
about a fortnight ago.
Tins afternoon at J;ti)f past three
o'clock, the Honolulu Bibo Bull Club
pluys the- Oceanic Club on the Mnkiki
Bescivc. A good gamu Is expected.
Mil. Cruaii starts for his summer
vai u Ion next week, consequently to.
iioti'jiv will ho thb last Sunday for tome
limit on which ho will occupy Fort b,
pulpit. His evening theme 'will be
""Will there be u Resurrection of the
Wi! learn tlmt if there Is time It Is
intended to send the B.iiid out to receive
the Mnripo$ii mid cither croil her hi ol
come in on 1 oard her nliix ing notes of
And again a 'Suppli'incnt! London
Gossip, He toiirot me day, !)!) In the
shade, Game-, Chin. Kiusisley on Bell,
ing, etc, etc. How is that for interesting
ic tiling? i
Mi-.ssim. Lyons &.ecy will sell the
Music Hull nt Auction at noon to-d.iy at
the ltuljdlng. Who will buy this most
desirable property and keep it open for
Tin: Gibson Ministry when formed
last year contained four members. Bow
iniitiyoX those me now In the Cabinet V
Only the original founder. How long is
tills going to last 7
Fiiom lolnni College will be sent to
the Boston Exhibition the maps of the
United Slate?, and Europe, by D. Xor
ton, and J. Aholo tespectively, men
tioned by us in yesterday's Issue.
Tiik O. S. S- Company's warehouse
has been gaily got up In anticipation of
the in rival of the Maripos-i. Fing poles,
whitewash, and u good lolling from the
steam-roller have done mticlt towaids
the whole effect.
His Ex. Wi M. Gibson Is Ttgaln
honored with an extension of power and
title, lie is now Minister of the Interior,
ad interim. How much must one red
peet a man who Is three-fourths of the
responsible Executive of-a nation.
Tnnnu are about CO p tscngcrs booked
here to go up by the .Mariposa and there
will he, doubtless, a number of thoe
who come down on her, returning. lio
will also have a fair icturn cargo of
sugar, lice, hides, ami bananas.
Trimic was a large sum collected from
Clilue.se immigrants a short time ago.
The unction scciih to be, AN here did
that money go to? Xo doubt it can all
be explained; the present would be a
very good time to do so.
In this city, July "Joth, by J. A.Cruzan,
Mr- James Orth and Mrs. Dolores Miran
da, both ol Honolulu.
Ate iion Sa'ei by Lyons & Levey.
On Monday, July .10, 1S83
At 10 o'click a. m.
At the Residence of Mrs. Strchl, 7 King St.
Consisting in part as follows:
Black Walnut Ucdiooiu Sets,
Spring Mattresses, Feather Pillows,
Hair Pillows, Tables, Mosquito Nets,
Blankets, Chairs, Pictures, Bugs,
Limps, Window Curtains, Sheets,
Chamber Sets, SeUirg Machine,
Meat Safe, Crockeiy, Cooking Stove,
Bath Tub, &c, tfce. Alio,
Lease of the House
For or 10 years.
Lyons & Li:vi:y, Auctioneers.
liinvniiim Humane Society-
LADIES AND GPKTX.EMEX who
have ahcady joined the Hawaiian
Human Society, and allotlicis Mho have
an interest in the Society, are respect
fully requested to attend a meeting of
the organization to be held at the Y. M.
(J. A. Hall, Hotel stieet, on Monday
evening next, July liOth lust, nt 7:!I0
o'clock. The report, of the Committee
on Charter, constitution and by-Liws
will he placed before the meeting.
4C."i 2t Secretary.
Ex " Canopus,"
Muller's Lager Beer, qts & pts
Crystal Eagle Beer, qts and pts
Noiwcgian Canon Beer, qts and pts
Edinburgh Ale, qts and pts
Edinburgh Porter, qts and pts
Ch. Fnrro Chnmpngne, qts and pts
I, II, and 1 Diamond Cognac, &c.
FOR SALE BY
405 3t II. IIACKFELD & Co.
Bone Meal 12
Phosphate Meal 20
Iu quantities to suit.
FOR SALE BY
405 at II. IIACKFELD & Co.
HPIIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD
X respectfully notify the public that
she lias sold nil her Interest iu the 110.
TEL STREET MARKET to Mr. Gjorge
Gray, and hereby -takes the opportunity
of thanking the public for the liberal
pationagc bestowed on her, and recom
mends the same to iter successor.
MRS. D. K. FYPU,
Attorney iu fact for D. K. Fyfe.
HOTEL STREET MARKET,
rpiIB UNDERSIGNED WOULD
JL most respectfully notify the public
Unit ho has lulight out Mr. I'yns- inter.
est In the abpe Market, mid that ho is
prcpaied to fiirnioli the Best
That the Market Atlbids,
At LoweHt KiitoH.
103 It GEO. GRAY.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is lequircd to be raised fiom gulches
to p tsture lands for watering stock.' Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Rofrigcrators, Brooms of superior quality.
Hagneso-Calcite, Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ot every description at lowest market rates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Bice and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
.New Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, i
Full assortment of Agate lion Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
GRAND DISPLAY OF
FANCY AND DET GOODS
A. M. Mollis',
NOW HEADY TO SHOW
the public the Finest and Best Selected
Stock ever exhibited in this Kingdom,
at nstoiishiagly Low Prices. Bead the
following, call and be convinced.
For wan' of space I quote but few of
ho One Thousand Bargains now on
Pure Silk Moire3, nil shades, 1 to
worth !i 00
Pure Brocade, leading shaJcs 0 CO
wortl 1 25
F'neSntine. 1 00
Flue Figured Sateens .. 0 CO
wortl. 0 7.1
Calico choice i attcrns, 15 yards for 1 00
Tremendous Bargains in
Hosiery and Underwear.
Real Lisle Thread Hose, all shndes 0 CO
B il. Hose, silk clokged, f. f 0 35
Fancy col. hose, from 0 15
Lulies'Emhr. Chemise 0 CO
Ladies' skirts, ith ruffles & tucks 1 CO
Ladies' night gowns, good quality. 1 00
Alco, tin immense asso-tinent of Lace
Goo Is, Ficheus, Gloves, Mitts, c.
For the 1,000,000,
COLOJRS .AJNX SIZES,
A. W. KICHAEDSON & Go's,,
:Xo. OS JTavl fstx-ect.
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
Ulaulcsiiult lilns Jb "WootlM'orlc done of every description.
Having the uust mixhiamch I am enabled to do wo:k
Cheaper and hotter than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing doue with complete satisfaction, or no ekarje mi de.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business Agent, r ..
OMce, 27 Merchaut street, Hawaiian Gazette Block;'
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and properly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands. "
Houses tolenso mid rent iu 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 Vlckery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromosj.subscrlption $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
"Charges always moderate. B'Telephoue No. 172.
OlUco SUp't Water Works,
Honolulu, July a, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
uro notified that their Water Rates
are payable semi-annually, in advance,
at tlio olllco of the Superintendent. of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the 1st day of January and July of
each year. OIIAS. B.WILSON,
t Sup't Water Works.
B. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. SOI
104 Fort Street,
IN GENT'S GOODS
1 have a foil line of
Fine unlaundered shirts $1 00
Fine pci cale shirts from 1 00
Pine undershirts, from 0 '.25
Fancy lial f hose, from...! 0'15
Fancy half hose, full finish, from.. 0 85
Flic brocaded suspenders, from... 2 GO'
Fine Bycicle shirts, from 1 00
Fine G. Silk handkerchiefs, from.. 0 75
Fine G. Bathing suits, from". 1 75
Fine Silk Alpaca Coats 8 50
Drill suits, for painters 1 25
A full ussoi Uncut of Ties, Scarfs,
A NEW ADDITION I
I have also added to my establishment
a FIRST CLASS MILLINEU, just ar
rived from the Coast, who will trim
hats to order, and also wait upon the
wants of my customers in the Ladles
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Ri.ns,
Felloes, Hubs, Shufts, &c , of the Lest quality,
Sold at the lowest pri.'cs.
A OARD TO TIIE PUBLIC.
BIR. MAX KOHM
Begs to intimate to his friends and the
public generully, thut Jio Is now pre.
pared to execute orderd for
Plain and Decorative
Fainting & l'aporluinging
iu the best aud now o it styles.
Orders may be left nt his residence.
No CM Hotel street, or by letter at P. O
Box, No. 111. 401 Jy'
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