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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 0 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Oulm Lodge, No. t K. of 1 7 :l)0.
Bethel Prayer Electing, nt 7:130.
Fori St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
services, at 7 :30.
THE HAWAIIAN BAND.
THE BOYS IN FRISCO-THEY
TAKE THE POI.
The Hawaiian Band returned some
what unexpectedly on the Maiiposa
without Mr. Bcrger who was de
tained to arrange their business mat
ters. The remuneration paid to the
band for their various engagements
did not cover their expenses so that
they decided to return at once to
At the Concert and' Fan brigade
evolutions in connection with the
Knights 'Templars celebration a S.
F. paper says :
Tho! orchestral-portion of the en
tertainment was not neglected, as
four excellent bands were in atten
dance, alternating in rendering the
following varied programme :
i'lUST AKTII.IiKUY IAS1.
Sei liiMcle Magnol in Mi-snt
Selection Robert lc Diablo. .Meyerbeer
WAI.IlA WAU.A HANI).
Ronmnzn Spring Awakening Bach
Grand March St. GeinitiincFcnutiiei
Lnccr& Madame Angot Ltcocq
AValtz My Queen Coote
SchoUisehc When My Ship Conic In
Quadrille Mascot Audi an
Polka A Good Ki&s Wnldteufel
Waltz Winter Night's Dicnni.-SUirtze
Polka Sunbeam Strauss
In the account of the procession
another paper says: "There is a
sort of "Aloha" and the Royal Ha
waiian Band comes by, headed 1)3' ai
gorgeous Drum-Major, blowing most
lustily and lamenting that its brand
new uniforms had been delayed on
the way from New York, uniforms
which would have surpassed even
those of Lyon & Healy's Band.
They are playing for the Third or
Irish Regiment, headed by Colonel
Robert Tobin. The regiment halts
, by the way as something of a block
occurs ahead and the Hawaiians fill
up the time by singing their national
hymn, whereat the crowd cheers
Instil', while one enthusiastic indi
vidual shouts out that the represen
tatives of all that is most musical in
the Sandwich Islands do most deci
dedly "take the poi."
"The music till the beginning' of
the service was furnished by the Ha
waiian Band, who rendered melodies
of a semi-sacred character suited to
the occasion. Their principal num
bers were :
1. Grand March from Tannhattscr.
2. Chorus from Beethoven. .
3. Choi us fiom Schneider's Day of
4. Chorus from Welby's "O Lord,
5. Suite fiom Lachner.
0. Overture to Glide's Itcmiuiscaiccs of
THEIK LAST UNGAGEMEXT
was at Woodward's Gardens where
they were advertised for a "Special
Engagement and Positively Last Ap
pearance of the Royal Hawaiian Mi
litary Band (The King's Court
Band). 36 Solo Artists 3G 36
Solo Artists 36. II. Burger, Con
ductor. Acknowledged by the press
and public to be the best Band that
has ever visited San Francisco."
In speaking of their arrival the
Chronicle says. "The arrival of the
steamer Mariposa on Tuesday
brought to this port the much-com-mentcd-upon
band of Hawaiian na
tive musicians, among whom it was
reported that the loathsome disease
of leprosy existed. This is the
Kind's own military band and num
bers thirty-two in . Just before
leaving the island two of them were
found to be too sick to make the
voyage, but what the cause of their
sickness was has not been ascer
tained. On leaving Honolulu they
passed through an inspection by the
Quarantine Uillccr ana wcro pro
nounced to bo in sound health, but
oji arriving in this port by the
thorough examination made by
Quarantine OlHccr Dr. McAllister
two inoro cases pf sickness wore dis
covered, and, too, of such a nature
Unit tio invalid Kanakas wore imme
diately sent to tho hospital. Tlireo
clays boforo tlio arrival ft who of
auiito plmirlHy was found, mid on
(lie arrival Dr, WoAlllHtor furrotofl
out I ho other hIoIv miihIuImi.
TIipwj two fllfsk oiiuh reiluot) tho
limifl to only twimti'Plglit j)urfoi
ihpih, luit tliu wliolo llili'ly urn imriw
liumU or 8JIWI win!), wlilyli tiro alvDii
by tlm limifl miwli'i'i II. Wmw,
TIib&h ImmlN hid n niiuninly of llii'lr
A r wiWi i'iiIIihb on Him ijiiihI
master, found that individual very
angry at the reports that had pre
ceded him. The Professor, speak
ing of leprosy, said: "It is all ialse.
Sonic three years ngo there was a
case of supposed leprosy in the band
and the man was immediately dis
charged. We pass both the quaran
tine "ollicors at Honolulu and this
poit and have clean ceililicates of
health." This statement somewhat
contradicts that of Dr. McAllister
who refused to pass two of the
musicians, and wondered how one of
the cases could have escaped detec
tion at Honolulu.
Some Honolulu ic talents who
were in San Francisco at the same
time as tho band" tetato that the boys
were well received and very well be
haved during the whole trip, that
their music was good and always
annrcciated. When returning from
the review on turning the corner of
Sacramento street, where the build
ings were all crowded with people
they were loudly cheered, and, on
reaching the Baldwin, they received
a perfect ovation. At the perfor
mance at Woodwaid's Gar
dens some 15,000 people were
present and the Hawaiian
band was encored for every num
ber they performed, twice the' sang
the Hawaiian National Anthem
which was well received. At the
Palace Hotel upon one occasion the
Chicago band was playing while our
boys were playing at the Grand
Hotel, subsequently the Hawaiians
went to the Palace and received
more than twice as much applause
and cheering as their friendly op
ponents. THE EMAIL
WILDER AND GO'S NEW STEAMER.
An Account of her Trial Trip.
Yesterday the new iron steamship
Kinau, built by the Cramps for inter
island service among the Sandwich
Islands, made a successful trial trip
down the Delaware River to tlie
Edgm,oor Ironworks, near Wilming
ton, Del., and returned to the ship
yard. She is the latest addition to a
fleet of wooden steamers now lim
ning i'n the Sandwich Islands, owned
and controlled by Hon. S. G. Wilder,
of Honolulu. Her gross register is
1000 tons and her dimensions are:
Length,- 200 feet ; breadth of beam,
33 feet, and 15 feet depth of hold,
with accommodations for seventy
saloon and 400 steerage passengers.
The engines are of.thc two-cylinder
inverted vertical type, and are of the
600 indicated horse-power. The
cylinders are 24 and J 1 inches in
diameter, and have a piston stroke of
3G inches. During the trip twelve
knots per hour weie made, the pro
peller making eighty-four revolutions
per minute, exceeding the expecta
tions of her builders and owner.
The following passengers ere on the
trip: Hon. S. G. Wilder, Hon. J.
Mott Smith, Hawaiian Commissioner ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ilosracr, Miss Hosmer,
Volncy V. Ashford, Judge Wlrygt,
Miss Curtis, Miss Miller, Mrs. Miller,
Horace Sea, Edward Cramp, Jacob
Cramp and George Paul.
The Kinau will sail next Saturday
under the command of the following
officers : Captain E. A. Von Schmidt ;
chief officer, John Anderson ; chief
engineer, Thomas, C. Warley, with
A. Gurgland as lirst assistant. The
distance from the Delaware Capes to
Honolulu is 15,000 miles. A cargo
consisting of 700 tons of coal and
100 tons of merchandise will be taken
on board. The Kinau is. the first
iron vessel that flew the Hawaiian
flaj? in the Pacilic.
The German bark Frledcrlch is load
ing at Hongkong for Honolulu.
The Suez arrived at Hongkong on
July 20th, 25 days from Honolulu. Had
line weather to Loochoo Islands, thence
strong monsoons and heavy rain.
Tho Spaitan is 174 days out"
The teni Eva, Capt. J. O. Wikman,
arrived yesterday, 17 days from Eureka,
with 284,325 ft of lumber, and 252,000
shingles. She is consigned to Messrs.
Wilder & Co.
The schr Claus Spicckcls, Capt. Drew,
arrived ycsteiday, 10 days fiom San
Francisco, with 515 ska out?, 200 bales
hay, COO sks flour, 100 sks bran, 400 sks
barley, 1291 .ska bone-meal, 1 horw, and
51 hogs, tie. She is consigned to Monrs
AV. O. Irwin Co,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
KUiiiiqii volimuo Is very active,
Fred Ficuiiiiiii bus inunlud Molllo
Aiiuiliitr cliluiiuiuii whh urrafclml Mon
day will) "plum In liU )0H$(iBb(in,
i.'aitain .MDlirlniiw liiiMiiiiiriul tlirmi
IIIDI'H CIlllllllPI) Will) )( llill!ll In ilitiic
A iii'iv iiml iiiitjiui iniilp m oiwhul
on I lti )liuu Muiiiluy uuiiiliiK iur I lit)
wli Hit) u )U Wlllt'UJt ul lliu Muj'ljiutu.
Colonel Clans 'Spreckeis left yestcr.
day oa the Likclikc for Maul.
A largo quantity of frcMi fruit was
brought by the Mariposa, also some
Lycan anb Johnson have effected very
sales this week and cleaicd out
plenty of stock.
Mkssks. A. W.. Richardson & Co.,
have received a choice lot of new goods
by tho Mariposa.
The Jas. Makee brings news of plnn.
teous rains at Kauai, nnd every pros
pei Is of a goodly crop.
Three thousand three hundred people
wero staying at the l'aleec Hotel S. F.
dining the recent conclave.
A meeting of the Trustees of Onhu
College was held on Monday night to
anange for furnishing their new build.
The German laborers for Ookola plan
tution were marched down to the Like
like yesterday by a detachment of tho
Some of the Knights Templar came to
Honolulu by the Mariposa, extending
their tiip so as to make a short visit to
A child, named Mary Burgess, four
months old, whose paients live oil Bore
tania street, was suffocated yesterday
while lying in bed.
The band was playing at the Palace
yesterday morning. One of the boys acts
as conductor and ij: is generally reported
that Mr. Bcrger will not return.
A largo quantity of material for the
proposed tramway to Kapiolanl Park
has been received ''by the Mariposa, it
consists chiefly of mateiial for curves.
. Mn. E. O. Hall has resigned his posi
tion as agent for the American Board of
Missions, and 'Mr. W. W- Hall lias'been
appointed agent in 'his father's place.
On Saturday afternoon water was
struck at a depth-of 470 feet on. Mr.
Herbert's property on the plains where
aitesiau well boiing had been continued.
Messrs Well?. Fargo & Co. have Ave
street, boxes to be placed in various parts
of the cliy for theWcption of letters!
there is also a box'for the Hawaiian Ho
tel and another to,be placed in front of
J. "V. Robeitson's -store. They will all
be cleared at the latest posMble moment
before tlie departure of tho O. S. S. Co's
The August uumber'of the 'Missionary
Herald has a long "In memorium" arti
cle concerning thoj late Mrs. Peter J.
Gulick, an aunt of the present Minister
of the Interior, who ranio'to these islands
in November 1827 with the fourth com
pany of inissiouarics.aud nine years ago
went to Japan. Mrs. Gulick, at the time
of her death, was eighty live years of
age. She is said to have been the first
person who'intructed the natives "in
plaiting the stinw-like covcriug of the
sugar-cans blossom into materhls for
hats and bonnets."
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
French attacked Ilordiing in
quin on lUth Augt.
Fortyfour houses burned in Como,
Italy. 193 deaths from cholera in
Egypt on Augt. 21st.
Three large grain and grocery
Arms in Cincinnati have assigned
The next Triennial Conclave will
be ,held at St. Louis.
Destructive Mountain fires are
raging in America.
Slade is preparing 'to meet Mitch
ell in KanBas but the governor re
fuses to allow them o fight there.
Yellow fever is not spreading at
It is reported that cholera has
broken out in Sumatra. !' ,
Five lives were lost at a fire in
Shocks of earthqunke hayebeen
felt in Lima and Tasmania. '
Lord Coleridge has arrived,, jn.
Archbishop Vauglmn, Catholic
Bishop of New South Wales died
Itoss won the single scull race
beating Tecmer, Tcueyck, Hosmer,
Four persons drowned while bath
ing at Wells.
Knights Templar Masonic Con
clave passed off triumphantly.
Cctewayo is still alive.
Tito Telegraph operators strike
has como to tin end.
The printers strike in Sim Fran
cisco still continues,
Dollarvillo (Midi.) nearly des
troyed by flro. Two children burned
. X'rlnccbu Botilrluo has boon en
gaged to f unilsli ekotdica for pub
liuntlQii in u prominent monthly
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JUST KI3C131VJ2D, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS!
Guaranteed to put out twice ns large a firo in half tho thno of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for inc.
Every icidenec, Sugar Mill and Store should liavo one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of inside spaco than any other safc-
AOBNTS KOll TltK AllOVE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire,, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,-
Kerosene and Libricatlng Oils a specially
Call and examine
Shoe & Clothing Sale
A. M. Mellis', : : :
Commencing This, Day-
On account of retiring from this branch of
busiaess",' I will sell my, entire stock of
Ladies', Gent's, and Ohildrenfsv;-.',
iv ,: Shoesy and Men's and
(1 4 ) .
Boy's Olpthing i.
' Regakdless of Cost"!
NEW GOODS,, .
JUST BEOIXVED, ex " Maiiposa,"
(tE'ECTEo ir oun mh. stockley) at
A NEW PEOCLAMATION
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Cutsitoiu IIouwc 13-oliei,
Employment Vgreut, and
General BusmeRs A.fgGrii3
Ofllee.i 27 Merchant street, ' - Hawaiian Gazetto Blocks '
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BUOKEK
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. Qur business community will find this dc.
partment a great source of convenience. i
ESTThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.'8,
Land and property for sale in all parts1 of Honolulu, and tho various Inlands. '
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or siugle, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papeis of every "description
drawn. Agent' for Vickery's Monthly Fircsldu Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; 'subscription $l'25 por year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurancq Company in tho World. i
Its?' Charges always moderate. Telcj)hono No. 172. '
Pheetonif Bulei, Wagons, &o,f &o.r
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A good stock on hand and to arrive. '
our New Goods.
: : 104 Fort Street.,.,
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HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods, '
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, RIiiib,
Fulloos, IIiiIm, SliuftB, &,, of tho host cjuuUty,
'OUT-TODER CARRIAGES,' ' '