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TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Auction Sale nt K. V. Adams of
100 boxes of Apples at 12 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class nt Lyceum at 7:30.
Young People Christian Temper
ance Union at Miss Brecsc's 7:00.
Meeting Temperance Society at
Miss Brecsc's. 7 :00
NO 45., C. A. R.
The first Annual Camp Fire of the
Geo. "V. Dc Long Post was held on
Saturday tit WaiUiki in the grounds
of Dr. Trousseau. The invitation
were limited to members of the Post
and their friends and there were
about seventy people present. The
column and detachments of little
folks began their march on Waikiki
at 10 o'clock and until 2 the juvenile
infantry skirmished around and
"rested at will." At 2 o'clock the
order was given to "fall in for ra
tions" when a lunch, supplied by the
ladies, large enough for three times
the number present was served to
the ladies by old comrades. After
lunch the company gathered to
gether in a beautiful little spot in the
yard and kindled the Camp Fire.
Professor Yarndley had charge of
the music and Mrs. Cruzan pre&idcd
at the instrument. Comrade Emer
son, chairman of the literary com
mittee, preoided and made some in
tr.id.ictory remarks after the singing
of the National Hymn "America."
After a solo "Vive 1' Amerique" by
Mrs. Cruzan, Comrade Luine gave a
history of the G. 'A. R. This was
followed by "Rally Round the Flag
Boys" and a call of states in geo
graphical order, beginning with
Maine and ending with California.
The soldiers who had enlisted fiom
each state made three minute speeches
which were generally brief, pointed
and witty. Other. National songs
and more 'calls' followed till Com
rade Cruzan gave a "short address on
"Woman and the Rebellion" in
which he gave a hearty welcome to
wives, "their sisters, and their cou
sins and their aunts." He recoun
ted how woman at the front battled
with disease, heart-hunger and
death, and how she toiled at home
and gave of her best and bravest for
the Union. "Red, White and B.ue"
brought .the programme to a close
and' "Wagon-Master Dodd's bag
gnge traiu" having arrived at "Camp
Trous-cau" the "Return March"
was reluctantly commenced, every
body wishing that the day were
about to begin anew.
recent announcement that Fmno
intends to assert her claim to thee
The Morning Post and Standnid
to-day refer to the annexation of
New Guinea. They contend that the
imperial Government arc pursuing
an unwise policy in refusing to ac
cede to the colonics, and they insist
ihttt refusal if persisted will be
attended with (lunger.
The separate action of New
Zealand in relation to the annexation
of the Islands of the Pacific is gener
Surprise and indignation have been
occasioned in London by a semi
ollleial intimation from Franco Unit
she is determined to assert her claim
to the New Hebrides.
A commission has been appointed
to inquire into the disturbances
which have arisen in Croatia between
the Croats and Maygar population.
A complete stale of anarch is re
ported to prevail in Zulliland, and
Celewayo is appealing for the as
sistance of the Boer.".
Il:ii)l:ui lias challenged Lnycock to
a match for t'2,000, to be rowed on
Admiral Pierre has arrived in
France, in a dying condition.
The Euphrates, from Adelaide,
has arrived at Falmouth, damaged,
having collided with a bark off
The s.s. Madras came alongside tho
mail wharf ycMcrdny morning to dis-
Two mote opium smokers were seized
on Su.iduy by Mchrlens.
A gentleman in die pugill-tio menu
on Saturday night Inst n valuable scarf
pin, which wiih, however, found and iu
mined to the owner on S.mdny. The
tinder did not claim the toward.
ch n ge.
She will sa.l for Hongkong on
The C. O.Whitmore, will probably fail
for Port Town-e d to-moirow. the cp
tain c aims the lio.ior of making the he t
time (in re-i rd aim ng the coal dea er of
lie Sa dwieh Is'ands. He having dls
charcd lit 0 l ns of coal in 7 days.
'the s.s. Z -alandii biought 27 sks of
potatoes anil S33-5 pKgs ot in be., in nan
bit. Sli ! t ok l(i!)!J bgs of sugir 1-40 bgs
nf rioe, 11)05 bunch s of ban in s, 17 cs.
if liii.vb. and 1 cm if plants. Total
dnmejii i value of export $1 S,il81.2l.
T .e sulioomr Etiukal brought 33G
bags of Mignr,
Tend rs aie outfr the repairing of
the baik O. Southard HulUirt.
Ti e schooner Ehukal will Le hove
down fcr rep irs.
Tne scboone h Ar.na, Ida Schnnunr
ami Cluus Spie-kels will mil to-morrow
fir San Fia-iusuo, at the same li nc.
The oupti.in of ihe Ol.uis Smeokcls
mi b e wil I give a champ tg.ie dinner it
he' beats th other v(s el-.
Titi: tedimtsiiess of waiting for papers
by the Madras on Sund'iy was enlivened
by plenty of good huinored chnlT and
the interesting and instructive conversa.
lion of a gentleman at the telephone.
Ix view of the fact th.it the boys were
taking a su' scriptlon up to purohise n
imihtaid spoon for Nolle, double table,
three sped mens with prices attached
were to be been there on Saturday. The
bovs didn come up with the eolu, how
Jilt. W. II. Purvis of K tkuihaelc, who
has just returmd to Honolulu has
brought with him seven animals known
as moil oo e. T1k'o :i'e the llr-t of the
scpeies that have bee l imparled
to thjs countiy. and aie willworfh In.
peeling rt Messrs. V. A Selriefor k Go's
Th"y have been fo lr months on the
wiiter anil one litis died: t vo arj known
as of Af-banbrce.l aid t'io others came
from Ceylon they arc a terror to rats.
Mr. Purvis proposes at first l' let
them b-ecil in an enclosure which he
will erect, but If they do not, he
wi'l turn them lorscii hi naucfic'd. lie
al-o brought, from Auckland, M. Z ,
omc vuvv tine li iiliiiiu fowls: 500 cneou
trees, 1.010 oou'eo trees and .some orange
tree, which were in charge of a gardener
whose specially is the cultivation of
Cinchona, and n few very valuii ble dogs
WENNEK & CO. .
F O It T S T It E 13 T.
Have on Hand
New Foreign and Horns Mado Jewolry, Watches,
Bracelets, Neoklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
AND ORNAMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
Silver and Gold Plate, Elegant Tea Sets, In Solid Silver
Suit ible for Presentation.
23T" Native Jewelry a Specialty JEZ
Impairing and Mending iu all its Branches.
The Sole Agent for King's Celebrated Eye Preservers
BILLING PI AM & CO.'S
bulletin of nm g
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Mr. C. Arnold leave for ILlo to-day.
M onday next.
Now Year begins on
Two cases of dealing in liquor were
heard at Ivan last week.
The fire at Haiku mill is supposed to
have been the work of an incendiary.
Messks. Dillingham fc Co have been
granted a patent for their " Dillingham
breaking plows" The improvements
which w ere :n cited by Mr. B. F. Dill,
ingliiim, ennsi-t of the tlinpc of the
mould board, the height of the land side
and the great stiength of the plow ob
tained bv its bracing; its main feitures
arc entirely new. It has already been
succc-sfully tried and is .said by experi
enced men to be the llrst plow in the-se
islands that bus been known to Scoure
A large number have already been told.
A pakty of three went to a friend's
house to supper daring the small hours
of one night last week and partook
heartily of some very good ham' ami
ve.il. They forgot however to elear
away the remains of th eatables and iu
the morning when the owner of the es
tablishment expected hi- little bienk
fast of boiled bam lie was told that the
dogs bad eaten all that wa. left and was
obliged to go brenkfnstless to business,
lie is inclined to supect his Chinifae
dogs of berva ts as being the culprits
because n traces of dog.-' paws were
left on the table cloth and nothing wiu
.J UST ISECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in half the time of any other machine.
Il docs- not get out of order, and is always ready for ir-c.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic hliould have one.
Mag-neso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
. Absolutely fire-proof.
Willi largci percentage of inside space than any other safe We are Sole
AoejnTs ton the A hove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing: Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks, .
Keroscneind Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our JSTew Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
DIAS On Scot. 2 th the infant
of A. P. D as, ag d 10 months.
Retiiesoa water on draught at Pal
mer & Thaehur's.
SLADES AND SULUVANS.
Saturday night witnessed the in
auguration of a scries of Sladc and
Sullivan encounters which are to
take place every week. Several
couple donned the gloves, some
fallowing a fair amount of science
in the pugilistic art, nud one gentle
man showing to advantage his cx
. ccllcnt lightning speed in his en
deavors to get out of the ring and
away from the blows of his antagon
ist. These entertainments, if con
ducted in as orderly a manner as
was the one of Saturday, arc calcu
lated to do some little good in pro
viding amusement for spectators
and instruction for the partakers.
For Saturday next several good box
ers have matched them selves so that
sport may be anticipated.
Tate foreign Ntva
From the New Zealand Herald of
11th Sept., we extract the following
latest foreign news :
The1 Globe and St. Jume's Gazette
both discuss the action of the .Impe
rial Government in relation to the
annexation question. Both condemn
the English Government for persisting-
iu.tho stubborn policy ot non
annexation, in spite of the repeated
and earnest protestations of the
Australian colonies, and they contend
thut in doing so tho Government are
grossly neglecting colonial interests.
Tiie Imperial authorities have, it is
argued, not attached sulllcicnt
weight to the expressed fear that if
England does not annex these Islands
some foreign power will. That this
fear is warranted, ib shown by the
Oerixg fell off t e wharf Sunday
morning on the arrival of the Likelike.
IIj is now dry.
His Excellency tile Governor started
for Waialua last night and will retur"
Mn. E. V. Adams sells at noun, to-tniy,
a quantity of apples jut leeched from
Tiie political game of euchre attract
ted attention ycsteiday. The foreign
officer held a full hand.
A I.AHOB u umber of carriages are be
ing diiven about at night with the num.
ber.s on their lamp invisible.
Smail-pox at Brisbane in Queensland.
The doctor of a ship vecently arrived
from England being takeu ill with the
100 Bops Mi A
A man tiled to stow away on board
the Zeiilandia Sunday night but ho was
gently assisted ashore by the toe of the
. o '
The sale of the estate of Lee Chat
will Uko place on October Hid at noon
at Mr. E P. Adams auction room and
not on October 2 Uh.
Ilia Excellency the Governor notifies
that no debts contracted on account of
the Hawaiian band will be paid unless
they have been authorized by him.
Tiif. Zealandiu received a thorough
overhaul while in Sydney, her saloon
and cabins were repainted, upholstered
and decorated and a uoiv pinno was
purchased for the use of the passengers.
The postolhce iolks nad a bond ly on
Sunday. Fifteen mall bags from the
i oast, tlve from Australia and eighteen
to the ( oast kept "11 hands going on the
day of rest.
Some of the corners on Niuiniiti street
were inconveniently crowded on Satur
day night, it I elng impossible for pass
ers by to move on the sidewalks. Police
should order a Move On."
IT is Ex. lLtux M. DAOoirrr Is ex
pected from San Francisco on the Mari
posa and he will not come alone for
w.tli him will come Mrs. I) iggett. The
lady uio will do tho honor at the
Unlt(d States Legation io not unknown
In Honolulu, where, nearly a year ago,
she paid a visit with her motliei, and
was then Ml nine?,
AUCTION SALS BY E. P. ADAMS
EX STEAMER MADRAS,"
On Tuesday, Sept. 25,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salcsroini,
E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
npHE ASSIGNEES' SALE OF THE.
JL Eh ate of Lee Chat, erroneously
Will t ike place on
Wednesday, October 3d,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom
8t C15 E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
GOVKKXOIl's Ol'KIOK, Hono- )
WW, Pcpt. 24, 18!L
NOTICK 16 hereby gtven ilint iiodc'ts
contracted on I dialf of the Ha
waiian b n 1 wiP be rowgnl.e.l or paid
unless ordered by the iinderilfMic 1.
J-NO. O. Do MINIS,
Governor of Oiihu.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co., Reduction of Bates.
FROM, AND AFTER 5EPT. an, 1883,
the telephones of this Company
within the district of Honolulu, will bo
rented at the following reduced rates,
For places of biultus?, $1 per month
For private residences $1 per month,
ayable quarterly in ndance. '
5131m J. r Unoww Seetotary.
f F YOUR HOitSfS IS SICK or LAME,
1. or any wav oat of order, call on A
T. U.VICHU, at Ci.it. J. C. Cluuey's stable:-,
corner of Q men & I'unoliliowl sts.
ESSTRrcakiii',' hor.-es to saddle or car.
riage a specialty. Satisfaction guurtin.
teed or no charge 4'M ly
A DARK HltOWN PONY, THREE
yeai old, snind and viry gen He.
Al o a hoy's s i Idle, m do to order and
nmilynow Apply to W G. Neu'Mnm,
Cooke'u building, Queen street. 511 lw
JUST RECEIVES), ex "Alariposu," ' "
(sem:cted bv ouh mil HTOCKLnv) a't
A. W. EICHAUDSOH & Co's.,
?sTo. OS Xoi-t Street.
FOE THE PEOPL.E.
JOSEPH E. WISE
JReal Estate JBrolcei,
CiiHtom IIoilku Bi-olter,
Employmeat -tVsfoiit, and
General Business Agent,
Ofliec, 27 Merchant street, - - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
Ry request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM' H JU.SE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries at fie Custom lloue of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchant... Oar business' community will find thh do.
paitmoiit a great souice of convenience.
CSTho ONLY recognized Heal Estata Srokor in thi3 Kingclom.'a
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Homes to liiii,e and 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 Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Ohromos ; subscription $1.'23 per year. A-jent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
ESTChnrgos always moderate. -Telephone No. 172.
A Supply of KTew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Ouk, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &o, of tho best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
Phsetons, Buggies, Wagons, &o.f &c,
Manufactured with all tho latest improvements.
XilaolCHinltliliiK fc AVooavorlc clone or every ItluHorlptlon
Having the bebiueciix.sics I urn enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done will, complete satisfaction, or no charce made
Itmit ImIc of AngloHcn.
"VTEIT1IEU the Ciptuin nor tho tin.
J-i deislgnod will bo rcspoiiiille for
any debts contracted by the crow of tho
above named vessel without their writ
ten order'. G. W. MACFAIU.ANEtfc CO.
Consignees of bark Angle-ea. 50J
WILL SELL CHEAP or osehan-m
for a bieik.au ope i bia-g , gojd
h new. Apply 2''0 Fort street, or
u05 tf - WIND.SOU RESTAUJtANT.
A PINE LOT OF
Matting- of all Grades
UO I II WHITE AND COLORED
For Sale at
483 A. S. CLEGHORN is CO
CAPTATN J x. MERTIIENS fhns
been nppo'nte I agent of the Ha
waiian II m mo !?o iluty.
John S. Walkbh, President.
Honolulu, Sept. I5tn, 1883. 30 $