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SATUKDAY, OCT. G, 1880.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ltulies
iimrChildron from 9 to 11.
Base Ball Match, JMO.
Hand :it Emilia Square, ut -i :U0
Lyons & Levey's auction sale at
Magmn'.s store on lung street, at
Elite Minstrels, anisic nan, :;u.
Trade Union Meeting, 7 :i!0.
Gospel Temperance Meeting nt
Bethel Sunday School, at 0 :lf.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :lo.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Kcv. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
fjFort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cm
zaii, morning and evening.
Service Y. M. C. A., a p
Bible Class at Fort St.
Vcstiy, at 3 : 15
Manager Lyons is too modest by
far. He has referred to a little
article that appeared in the Nevada
Morning Appmtl which " bjicaks
of the revolution Mr. Lyons brought
about in the collection of subscrip
tions and bills due his paper, and
comments favorably upon the activity
and well known business push which
has distinguished Mr. Lyons sis a
newspaper man on the Coast, and
which he has so conspicuously in
It is not fair to Mr. Lyons that
his method of revolutionizing jounm
lism should be hidden from the
public, so it is our pleasure to place
the whole article in to-day's supple
ment before our subscribers, not one
of whom will read it without a
hearty laugh. The proprietor of
the paper and the president of die
Board of Health will doubtless be
pleased to learn how his manager
treats the lepers who are backward
in " ponying up."
Our daily coutemporary when re
ferring to the free entertainments of
the Y.M.CrA. said " Wc aro.glad
this movement lus been started, and
shall follow it with interest."
It is desirable that wo also should
" follow it' with interest," and refer
to our ' contemporary's thirteen and
a half line notice of the entertain
ment in which it is stated that the
" vocal duet by Mrs. Cruzan and A.
P. Judd, Mrs." (sic) "was es
neeiallv admired." Who admired
it Tizer man V
Please tell us. You
have remained more than
three minutes at the entertainment
and then you would have learnt, if
3'ou are capable of learning anything,
that the vocal duet was not sung by
the ladies' in question owing to a
severe cold from which Mrs. Cruzan
If you had entered the hall and
passed among the audience, instead
of standing on the stairs, you would
have seen at least 150 working men,
and known that you ivere again
wrong in saying " but few were
You rely too much upon your
iuventive, expansive, drawing-room-descriptive
imagination, and if you
trust and " follow it" too much you
are liable to be led astray. Good
Bye, Dear 1
Report of the bark "Martha Davis":
Left Boston, Saturday night, June 2nd.
Had line weather and fair breezes to the
equator, 29 days out; from thence to 50
deg. S., 00 days, with rough weather and
head winds. From CO deg. S. in the At
lantic to GO deg. S., in the Pacific 10
days, with usual Capo Horn weather.
From 50 deg. S. to the equator 27 days;
from thence to Honolulu 10 days making
124 davs from Boston.
The'llope is discharging at the rale of
75,000 feet of lumber per day. She ex
pects to sail in about eight days.
Schooner "Wftimalu, brought 450 bags
The I). S.Wlllianis, discharged 150,000
feet of lumber in 1J, days.
About 2500 hides brought by the O. S.
Hulhert, are in store at A. F. Cooke's
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square this afternoon at I :90. The
following is the programme:
Overture Berlin Life Conrad
Fiiiale-Rigoletto. . .......... . . . . Verdi
Remlniscensesof Rossini, (now).Godfrey
Gavotte Emperors Morlcy
Waltz Flowershow Coote
On Thursday morning n smash oc
curred on King St. opposite Castlo &
Cooke's. A boy was untying a horse
and express at the railing near tjio Be
thel when a bolter rushed along smash.,
in" tho shaft of tho express and knock.,
ing Bplinters oH the railing. The bolter
made for Mclntyro's, but it wasn't his
horso this time. Tho splinters were
picked up by a mercantile man and
ttikcu home for Jlrcwoodj
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Hi.TiiKSDA water on draught at
mer & Tiiachor's.
Tm:T3!itu Minstrels perform to-night
at the Music Hall.
Ax Extra Concert will ho given
Monday evening in Einnuv Square.
A iiAOi: between the
Wniummilo ! talked of
for a liandsomc
Ma. Tucker's account of his trip to
Jamaica mi lielialf of the Hllo phintn.
tioin U given In the Supplement.
Tun Humane Society's quarterly meet.
insi Is fully reported la the Supplement.
Head it and become a member.
Xo new books were added to the
Library last month but a number of
magazines and publications have been
. . -
Tun annual meeting of the Walluku
company's stock-Homers win oe nciu on
Monday, at the ollke of C. Brewer & Co.
at ten o'clock.
Mit. Ckuzan will organize a Young
Men's Bible Class at Tort Street Church,
Sunday morning. A general Invitation
to young men is extended.
Tin: tumbles of u South Sea Sovcr
el mi paused by the democracy of a
' Simple ami ignorant people" aio gni
phically described In the Supplement.
Somk handsome specimens of turning
in ivory ana in Hawaiian wootis may
now he seen at V. E. llcrrick's cslah
lishmcnt opposite the Bethel.
The office rules which aio published
in' the Supplement should be periled by
all buMnos men and placed in a conspi
cuous position in their offices.
An Kuim was fined $50 and sentenced
to a month's imprisonment yesterdaylfor
having opium in his possession, and Kc
konnfor asault and battery, was fined
sj(5 and costs $3.50.
His Majesty started at 5 o'clock yes
terday morning for Wninianalo and
Laic." He was unaccompanied by the
Premier who does not attend the Mor
A few extra copies of to-day's paper
have been printed at the request of sub
sci ihers who wish to send abroad our
account of the first free entertninment
given by the Young Men's Christian
O.ve of the laborers at work on a pub
lie building now being erected in town
daily delights the folks living in the
neighborliood, especially ladies who
have to remain at home part of the day,
by his elegant and choice language.
Thcri: will be a reception of members
and the administration of Infant Bap
tism and the Lord's Supper, Sunday
morning at Fort St. Church. " One
Year's Record of Hawaii's New Liquor
Law " will bo the theme of Pastor Cm.
znn's evening sermon.
A series of boxing matches took place
t the Athletic Association building on
Thursday evening when sonic good
science in the noble art was shewn by
Messrs. Wilson and Fisher and Messrs.
Welsh and Baker. There will be an
other similar entertainment next week.
Mn. Dole wishes us to say that in his
remarks on Thursday night, hc.did not
intend to give the impression tnat lie
was accustomed to use intoxicants, even
in moderation, as leade". s might infer
frcm our report, and that as a matter of
fact ho raiely uses them at all.
Tins office tenders thanks to Messrs.
Palmer & Roy, manufacturers and ven.
dors of printing presses and printing
material, San Francisco, for their month
ly magazine, the Pacific Printer. It is
replete with matter of jntcre&t to tho
trade, and should be in the hands of
Ma. W. G. Irwm has received a letter
from Mr. C. E. Van Horn who is anxious
to bring Mi.-.s Emma Cleaves and a
company of nine to occupy the Music
Hall. Ho proposes to play standard
dramas. Mr. Filtz la Fontaine has also
applied, on behalf of a company of
twenty, to produce grand opera aud
opera'bouffc. Mr. Irwin is however in
communication with a third party who
will probably provide the best ammuse
TTIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stock holders of tho Wailu.
ku Sugar Company, will ho held at the
office of C. Brewer & Co, on Monday,
October 8thj-at 10 o'clock a.m. for tho
election of officers and the trail-action
of other business. W.m. W. Hail,
525 2t Secretary.
A MEETING of the subscribers of
XX. the llealanl Boat Club will bo
held at the llealanl Bunt House on
TUESDAY, the Dili Inst., at 4:80 p.m.
5514, PER ORDER.
21,000 PATENT HARD
CASTLE & COOKE.
lloom or Small Cottage.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
wanted by a single gentlointui in a
comfortable location, and more specially
on Emma or Fort street. Communicate
at once with
521 Ut Post Olllee, Honolulu.
Tint picture of the pig that was eaten
on Thursday evening was on view yes.
terdav morning for a short time. It
soemJd to he a tender subject with some
people as it had been proved to ho a ten.
der subject on the previous evening.
The King's Own are oufrlllc practis
ing a ttho targets every morning' Thero
Is roomfor improvement. for at
present, thev are not such formidable
opponents as to frighten off the expected
armed Australian "expedition that may
come to settle the protest business.
At 8 o'clock on Thursday afternoon a
largo number of our citizens met near
the Tcatcr office to attend the funeral of
the late D.mic Necus. Pall hearers had
been chosen from among the merchants
who were all deeply distressed at the
news gf the old laity's decease and they
were disappointed nl (hiding the re.
mains had been otherwise disposed of
and thai there would be no funeral and
no tokens of respect paid to the Dame.
To-mvs supplement is of neccslty
lamer than usual. One half of It is en.
tircly original matter which has been
held over from day today. The moot
ing of the Humane Sor.lety and the Y.
M. C. A. free entertainment arc fully
reported; our Island news, an article on
the cultivation of Cinchona, note from
a sermon of Mr. Oruzaii's arc all origi
nal. "Men We Know" is interesting as
relating to a prominent citizen and hi3
business methods. "King George of
Tonga," "Prospective Sugar Competi
tion!" the "Mungoos," "Office niles" and
the Lute Foreign News, to say nothing
of "sniing tergiversations," should all
be carefully perused.
Si'KciAi. religious services, beginning
to-morrow at a o'clock will bo held Sun
day afternoons hereafter, by the Y.M.C.
A. in their hall. While a cordial invita.
tion awaits every one, these services arc
designed especially for the benefit of
non church-goers, young men, and work
ing men. Bilcf, pointed sermons and
addicsscs and good hearty music will be
made a specialty. To-morrow Miss Otto,
Mrs. Pieicc and Mrs. Cruzau will sing
solos, in addition to congregational
singing. A twentv-iiiinutc sermon-will
be delivered bv Mr. Cruzan on " The
Carpenter." Those who have copies of
the " Gospel Hymns "are requested to
bring them to these services.
White's Portland Cement!
,TU3T TO HANI),
AND FOlt SALE IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
Blue Stripe Siar Bass !
?0 x 30.
THE ONLY OENUINK SINGLE ULUE STKH'E
Just to hand per "Mallsgate,"
52t2w THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
Filler Press Bass !
U? x SO.
SOMETHING- NEW I
And in great demand.
A few only remaining.
These bags are made to fit the frame
of Otto's Filters, and are of material of
the proper texture.
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
534 2w THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
Twilled & Striped
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
Apply to '
524 2w THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
Uileaclied Rice Bags !
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
521 2w THEO. H. DAVIES $ Co.
GalT. Cormeatefl Roofli
In 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths,
with Screws and "Washers.
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
524 2w THEO. II. DAVIES & Co.
No. 8 Kukui Bt.
. DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
OILETSN m NEW GOOD
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire In half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and Is always ready for use.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magjieso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
"With largct percentage of inside space than any other safe We am: Sole
AOKNTS KOlt THE AllOVK.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
"Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Burl) Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Kerosene and fabricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street,
Have received Consignments of New Gonds,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
MEMORANDUM BLOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, INKSTANDS, LETTER SCALES,
Mucilage, Copy Books, Pens and Holders, Envolopos, Drawing Paper, Memo
randum Books, Lollor Presses, and Invitation Paper, Carter's Violet and In
doliblo Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Basoballs and Bats. Pocket
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS.
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE WORLD can he -
OBTAINED from OAT, or lie will tend for them.
NEW GOODS, . , . . ...
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Mariposa,"
(SELECTED UY OUIl Mil. BTOCKLEV) at
A. W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
No. OS ITori Stxeet.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
XCea.1 Estaite Brolcer,
Custom I-IoiiHc JBilcex,
Employment -A-fjont, uiitf
General BuHiueHK .Agent,
Oftlca,'27 Merchant htrcet, - Hawaiian Gazctto Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
aud will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will find this do.
partment a great source of conveuience.
UTho ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom."8
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu nud the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en Miito or single, throughout Honolulu.
Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25
Insurance Company in the World.
tSiTChargcs always moderate.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
A largo and select stock of Ladies and
BOOTS AND SHOES
A beautiful line of Gent's and Boys'
Straw and Felt Hats
All of the latest styles.
Wo would call attention to the above
lino of Goodn as having been belectcd
by Mil. M. MclNiziiNY. 501
No. 0 Queen street, Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
JUcct', Veal, Mutton, FImIi, &c, &e.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully
nttcuded to. Live stock furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. HW ly
TTiriLLIAM J. BRYSON.
TT BOILER MAKER,
And Sheet Iron Worker, Tanks
and Coolers made to order. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work. Orders
loft at'R. Monro's Machine Shop, King
street, will bo promptly .attended to.
Jr., & CO
por year. Agent for the Best Life
EtSTTelcphoue No. 172.
To Let or to Lease.
VFRY NICE COTTAGE ON LU
nalilo Hlrcct. adloinin'r tho rosi .
denee of E. Tucker, Esq , and at pre-i-cnt
occupied by II. F. Lowis. This
cottage is almojt new, and contains par
lor, dining room, two bed rooms with
closets, hath room, pantry, kitchen and
back veranda; a nice large yard in front
and rear; outbuildings for servants, car.
riage, Etc., Etc.
.... also ....
Tho premises occupied by the under
signed, situated on Kinau street; one of
tho ilnoat and best arranged homos on
the plains; very largo anil cool rooms,
.... also ....
House lots for sale on Lunalilo, Pensa.
cola, Kluau, Bingham and BeictaiilaSts.
t . ALSO
Five lots of land at Walklki for sale.
Mr Particulars to bo had by applica.
tion to the undersigned or nostofllco box
For Snip. y
A 81AN OF BLACK HORSES, a Fet
-ti. of doublo harness and a two-scut
carriage with top, polo and shafts. May
he soon at Dodd'n stables. Apply to
A. Rosa, at Government Building,
510 tfj b