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SATURDAY, SKIT. 1, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
and Children from 9 to 11.
Lyons mul Levey will sell at 2
at the store of S. Magnin, Dry and
Fancy Goods ; and also at 7 p.m.
Monthly meeting Missionary Glea
ners, Fort St. Vestry, 2 :30.
Base Ball Match, :):S0.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7: .'SO.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9 :45.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
Fort St. Church, Rev. A. O. For
bes, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3: 15 -
hiul better bo prepared 'in case she
6iu:at bargains are now to bo hail
both at Watcrhouso's Tort ami Queen
Stieet stoics. Go and try tluin.
A dividend of $U5 per share on Star
Mill Co. Stock ispnyablu this day at the
ofllcc of "W. G. Irwin & C . This makes
the second dividend declaied on this
crop the first dividend 1 cins: 30.
Tun Inter-Island Steam .Navigation
Co. have got n Gould's Challenge hand
pump on their wharf which will in case
of need pump water from the harbor on
to any fire in the vicinity, it thrown a
one and a half inch stream and can be
worked by one man.
In the Sydney Morniny Herald
of August Hrd, the following tele
gram from Melbourne appears:
" The Government has received from
the Consul-General of Hawaii otli
cial intimation of an intended visit
ol' the King of Hawaii and has un
dertaken to extend every courtesy
to His Majesty."
Private' letters from Melbourne
confirm the news and state that the
visit is expected early next year.
Read to-doy's supplement. It con.
tains ai tides on American Robinson
Crusocs, An Aboriginal Conoborcc (the
Australian black's distinctive lcligious
and national dance), Exploration along
the Congo, The Aitist who left a $5 bill
behind, Mary Weir to the rescue, and
other interesting articles.
Tun house which was being moved
yesterday broke the window of A. W.
Richardson & Co's and also broke down
the sign of the One 1'iice Mechanic's
Bazaar. These accidents, caused many
others to take in their signs. The
trouble was owing to the unsteadiness
of the house on its support-.
she find some one who had equally
beautiful teeth and induce- her to
part with one, which he would trans
plant, and thus preserve her beauty.
The lady thought at once of her
poitcrcss, who was the terror of the
household and the torment of her
poor husband, whose life she mado
miserable by her evil temper. His
head bore marks of a hundred
attacks. The woman consented to
give up the coveted pearl for 5.
They repaired to the dentist, and,
with the aid of ether, the translcr
was made without pain to either.
But mark what followed it might
not follow in England, but in Paris
everything is possible. The por
tcrcss lost her viciousness and be
came so amiable that her dilapidated
husband had fears of her sanity,
while the charming lady, whose
whole life had been a perpetual
blessing to her husband and friends,
has become such a vixen that there
is no living in the house with her.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a ilro in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and Is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Store should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & 'Boxes
With largei perccntago of insido space than any other safc-
AOKNTS KOn THE AllOVE.
-We aiik Sole
Friday, Aug. 31 Drunk ; Ohule,
fined S5, and $1 costs; Ahnee,
violating express Regulations G and
24, fined $10, and 1 costs; P.
Smith, heedless driving, fined $5,
and $3.40 costs ; Kaopua, remanded
from 29th August, re-remanded to
1st September ; Lu Chong, violating
chap. 44 session laws of 1882, sect
ions 32, 33, 34, 35, and 50, found
guilty, and fined $50, and sentenced
to one hour's imprisonment at hard
labour. Liquor to be forfeited and
sold, costs 1.40.
The bark Martha Rideout sailed from
New Castle May 15. On tho 1st of June
in latitude at South 1GB West, she met
with a hurricane which lasted 30
hours. She arrived at Papctcc, Tahiti,
June 13 28 days from New Castle, there
she discharged 223 tons of coal. Sailed
from Papetee Aug. 12, arrived here in
1 7 days, making a total of 107 days from
Xew Castle and 45 days at oea. She is
discharging at Wilder's wharf and has 4
The steam scow received its machinery
from the Eureka yesterday.
Yesterday all the vessels in the stream
were getting painted and overhauled.
The Madras is expected about Thurs
Stmr Lchua brought 1011 bgs sugar,
44 sheep, and 1 horse.
YusnniDAY morning an old frame
house was being shifted fiom the yard
of a Hawaiian named Mahuka. on
Merchant street, to 1'alama. It block
aded trallle on Fort street, Merchant
street, and King Mieet, during the
whole morning, occupying the whole of
the intersection of Fort and Merchant
streets for over two hours.
In the case against the Wing Wo Tai
Co. yesterday at the Police Court only
the Honolulu managing partnci, Lu
Chong, appeared. A number of wit
nesses were examined and fiom the evi
dence the Judge rendered a decision
against the Aim forfeiting the liquor.
If many other Chinese stoics were cu
tered more liquor could be feized and
similar cases brought against the pro
prietors. Only one Chinese lirm has, as
far as wc know, a license to sell liquor
and it is said that almost any of the
other firms sell more than that one and
yet it is the only one that does so
Messrs Hart Bros, have lately im
ported a splendid assoitment of pipes,
cigar and cigarette-holders, which they
are now displaying at the Old Corner.
Amongst them arc some beautiful spe
cimens of the Myall-waod pipe. This
handsome wood has a peculiar odor re
scmbling that of violets and is obtained
from a tree growing in the East and
Southeast of Australia. Beautiful
meerschaum and genuine G. B. D. briar
root pipes arc also to be sccn. All prices
and classes are represented and every
style, from that suitable to the staid old
smoker, to the gay and fancy taste of
the youth just learning to pull' the "nox
ious weed" fiom a cigarette. Go and
THE COST OF LIVING AMONG THE
WORKING CLASES IN FRANCE.
A computation has recently been
made by M. Armanguud as to the
expenditure of 1G working-class
families in the town of Mulhouse, in
Alsace. Similar expenses might be
a little over or a little under this
estimate in other districts in France,
but, upon the whole, the results may
be accepted as a fair average. The
1G families tabulated by M. Arm
anguud were chosen from different
classes of workmen, and their expen
diture varied "'from 1,100 francs to
3,000 francs per annum that is
from 44 to '120 a year. House
accommodation, as a rule, swallowed
up 15 per cent of the total expendi
ture, clothing 16 percent., and food
Gl per cent., 8 per cent, being
reserved for miscellaneous purposes.
In the matter of food, the highest
expenditure registered was 72 per
cent., and this item of expenditure
was thus distributed : 33 per cent,
was for bread, 14 per cent, for meat,
13 per cent, for milk, 24 per cent.
for groceries, and 1G per cent, for
miscellaneous aliments. The greatest
expenditure upon bread in anj' in
dividual case was 48 per cent. It
was thus seen that the average ex
penditure of these 1G working-class
families of Mulhouse upon bread
was a little over one-fifth of their
total expenditure. This being the
case in the average, and the greatest
expenditure being about one-third
of the total expenditure of the
families, it will be seen that, taking
these figures as fairly representative
of the expenditure upon bread among
working-class families, it is uo ex
aggeration to say that the chief item
in a working-class family's expendi
ture, in France at least, is the bread
bill. London Times,
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,--.
Kerosene and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Neiu Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS
Messrs Lyons & Levey hold an auc
tion sale at Magnin's store this afternoon
Malaiual and other fever is at large
in the town. It seems strange for a
healthy place like Honolulu is said to be
that there should be so much of it.
The Auction sale of the claim of Messrs
II. Hackfcltl & Co., against the Ookala
Sugar Plantation Co., advertised for
Sept. 1st, had been withdrawn.
Tins afternoon at half past three
o'clock a baseball mutch between the
Honolulu nnd Pensacohv teams, will
take place at Maklki.
A good game is
We learn that Mr. II. J. Agnew has
sold out his Feed store (Tho Enterprise
Feed Co.) to Messrs G. W. Maefurlano
& Co. Tho bargain was completed on
Oun readers will bo pleased to learn
that Mr. J. A. Hassinger's daughter is
much better at lutest accounts. The
operution revealed that tho cause of
illness hud been mistaken, it being the
bone that was diseased.
A GOOD EXAMPLE.
The Trade Journal says; "The
Japanese have a short and easy way
of dealing with Stock Exchange
speculators. It was recently re
solved to arrest at the same moment
all offenders on the Stock Exchanges
at Osaka, Yokohama, and Kobe, as
well as on the Rice Exchanges of
Tokio, Olsu, and other important
commercial centres. The police in
spectors received their orders only
on the morning of the day fixed, and
strong detachments of constables,
all wearing various disguises, then
proceeded to the vicinity of the Ex
changes, and mingled with the crowd
so as to avoid observation. A few
minutes after 11 all was in readiness.
Six detectives stationed inside
sounded their whistles, and before
tho amazed speculators realis.cd what
was the matter, the Exchanges were
in the occupation of tho police, the
doors locked, and. the prisoners se
cured. All the books, records, and
papers were then taken possession
of, and tho whole 'haul' was removed
in boats to the central police Btation.
It is stated that tho offence with
which these men are charged is
speculating in 'margins.' Over se
ven hundred delinquents were put in
prison. A month of this kind of
thing in London would clear the air
What a difference there is in the
ways of a man's and a woman's
faliinc on the ice. A man will o
sprawling all over the sidewalk, and
after kicking about like a crab with
the shaking palsy for two or three
minutes, will finally get up with a
thoroughly demoralized air, his rai
ment covered with dirty suow and
his mind full of maledictions ; but a
woman, bless her ! When she falls,
she sinks down with a courtesy into
a neat and compact bundle, and
before you know it is on her feet
again, sailing swiftly away, with a
seraphic smile on her face, sunshine
in her heart, nnd not so much as a
suggestion of her downfall on her
clothing. Boston Transcript.
People Going East
SHOULD CALL OX
JT. 3D. McKY,
32 MONTGOMEllY STREET,
and QUINCY LINES.
On Thursday evening an old Hawaiian
returned on the American bark Martha
.Hideout from Tahiti. He had been there
for over 30 years and had married, and
now that his wife is dead, ho returns to
the land of Ids birth. He bus not for
gotten his mothcr-tonguo and can both
read and write Hawaiian.
Yizbtkhoay many expressed their be.
lief, from the known speed of tho Aus.
tralia and the fact that no detention for
tho mull ib ubunl at this season of tho
year, thut tho Australia will arrive to
day. Merchants and others interested
EFFECTS OF TEETH TRANSPLANTING.
If tho statement did not appear in
a French paper wc should perlmp
be inclined to doubt all the uoisi!8
of the incident which we find re
corded in a Paris newspaper of a
recent date. A most nmiublo and
devoted wife is tho heroine. -She is
lovely, and possesses a set of white,
pearly teeth. A few weeks since
one of tho most prominent of her
teeth became troublesome, and tho
dentist declared that ho could not
save it, as it had commenced to de
cay at tho root, lie proposed that
The Best, the Cheapest,
Shoe & Clothing Sale
405 4t wb
SMART INTELLIGENT BOY,
f i oni 14 to 10 years of ngc apply
at Hawaiian Hotel olllco. 493 lw
For Sale or Kent.
HOUSE AND LOT on Punch,
bowl St, above School St,
containinir G Rooms, Kitchen,
l'antiy, Bathhouse, Stable and Carriage,
4l)tf 3w Apply to E. KUUSE.
A. M. Mollis', : : : : : 104 Fort Street. -
Commencing This Day.
On account of retiring from this branch of
business, I will sell rny entire stock ,of
Ladies', Gent's, and Children's
Shoes, and Men's and
Regardless of Cost !
A NEW PROCLAMATION
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real JEfstnte JBrolser,
Custom House Broker,
Employment .A.gyont9 and
General BusiiiewH -A-gjent,
Office, 27 Mercl ant street, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have addol to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will heicaftcr nttend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from m srehauts. Our business community will find this de.
partment a great source of convenience.
tSTThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.!!
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accouuts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, w ith
18 Chromo3; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in the "World.
HggTCharges always moderate. B5JTelephono No. 172.
For the 1,000,000,
ALTj COLORS .WDO SIZES,
FOR SALE AT
A. W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
No. 8 ITort Street.
HAS JUST RECEIVEp
A Supply of Newtooods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of tho best quality,
Sold at tho lowest priccsA
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c;
Manufactured with all the latest improvements. ft
BlnolcBinitlilnB X WooOworlc done or every IdcBorlptlon.
Having the bust mechanics 1 am enabled to do work I
Cheaper and better than any other Arm in tliisicrfty.
Now work ami Repairing uono wuu coinpicio sausiucuon, or no cnargc mtuo
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