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Plodgod to neither Soot nor Pftity i
Bat established Tor tho benofit of all,
SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Lndics
and 'Children from 0 to 11.
Base Ball Match, 3:30.
Hand at Emma Square, at 4 :30
Hand, Hawaiian Hotel, 7 :30.
Gospel Temperance Meeting nt
Bethel, at 7:30.
Bethel Sunday School, at J) :lo.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 0 :45.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
English Sermon at Roman Catho
lic Church, at 10 a.m.
Bethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at LI.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Hew Mr.
"Wallace, morning and. evening.
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Gru
zan, morning and evening.
Service Y. M. C. A., 3 p.m.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 8:15 !
STOCK BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION.
The preliminary meeting to form
the above society was held yester
day morning, Hon. A. F. Judd in
the chair, and Mr. J. 1. Dowsctt Jr.
acting as secretary.
Mr. "W. C. Bailey explained that
the organization would not interfere
in any way with the Agricultural So
ciety but was intended to assist it by
publishing stock and herd books. He
referred to an article in Harper's
Monthly which embodied his views,
which were specially to protect
breeders and dealers in stock by hav
ing a register of pedigrees. He also
advocated the improvement of the
laws relating to stock, and said tQy
should be very cautious in admitting
members, and not admit those who
practised any spirit of dishonesty.
Uolonel Juucl joined heartily m
the movement which had been wanted
for a long time. He knew of plan
ters who had sent here for a certain
kind of stock, but the agents never
knew where to get it. If they had a
register of bona fide pedigrees then
people could ascertain at once an'
particulars. He said that few peo
ple really knew what stock there was
on these islands. He did not approve
of their holding shows.
The Chairman advocated that two
registers should be kept, one for
horses and one for cattle. They
should contain a complete history of
all stallions and mares imported and
should give their progeny. The chief
.difficulty would be in the compila
tion, but subsequently, on payment
of a fee, others might register their
stock and supplementary lists could
be produced from time to time. He
read from a book, that he had kept
for his own information, the names'
of several horses whose pedigree he
On motion of Colonel Judd it was
decided to appoint a Committee of
three to draft a constitution and by
laws. Mr. Cecil Brown, Col. C. H.
Judd, and Mr. J. J. Dowsett Jr.
ftwerc appointed to act on this Com
mittee with orders to report to a
meeting on 19th November.
THE Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting was
held on Thursday evening. His
Honor Mr. Justice Judd in the chair.
The minutes of the previous meet
ing having been read and adopted,
Mr. 'P. C. Jones jr. stated that the
Sunday afternoon services had been
well attended and might be consi
dered a success. At the last one
there were as many young men as at
the first, but not so many of their
own congregation. He was afraid
that it would bo impossible for Mr.
Cruzan to conduct all these services
us three sermoiiB a day wns too
much, in addition to his other
Tho President stated that Mr.
Cruzan's sermon on a year's exper
ience of the liquor law was very
much appreciated by the natives on
Dr. Damon reported that the debt,
, on tho Chinese church at Kohala,
amounting to 3,707, had been paid.
.That, at a late communion service
in the Chinese church in town, four
children had been baptized. He
spoke in the highest terms of his
.friend Lee Kan and said there was
o nationality on the island that
was coming forward so quickly to
Christianity, nnd their churches
iwero nearly self sustaining,
" Mr. -Koch said that he hnd visited
the hospital once in the last montln
Tho president suggested that he
should yisit the prison' as there were
a number of Germans there at pre
sent. Mr. A. F. Cooke said that he had
visited the shipping and invited the
sailors to attend the Sunday after
noon services, andj though not very
well received by thfttn, he was glad
to say many had come, lie said
there was an increase of intcmpei
ancc among the sailors of the local
Mr. Jones said that Mr. Cooke
deserved great credit on account of
the number of sailors that were
present on Sunday afternoons. He
also reported that man applications
for employment had been made, and
that there were but few openings,
lie could not fill one application out
of twenty, lie had found several
positions for young men who atten-
'ded his book-keeping class, aud
always recommended those who were
punctual and regular in their at
tendance. Mr. Atherton said that the class
of young men who drifted here were
willing to work, but, as a rule, did
not know anything ; they were not.
lit for plantations or for business
Dr. Damon expressly pointed out
the necessity of punctuality in all
habits of life, and said that men did
not deserve appointments it they
were not punctual. He also referred
to the frequency of young meu
coming here without testimonials.
The president said that he hoped
to establish a class next month to
Mr. Atherton asked what class of
entertainment, was to bo .given on
Tuesday, and advocated something
better than an ice-cream and cake en
tertainment, if they wished to make
money. As all the entertainment
committee were absent no informa
tion was given, but they arc enthusi
astically taking the matter in hand.
Mr. Lowrey, the secretary, read a
letter from Captain Bray who re
commended that Mr. , Sayf ord pay
Honolulu a visit on an evangelical
As Mr. Sayf ord' s visit would pro
bably cost the association $500, it
was thought advisable to save the
money in order to obtain a first-class
It was agreed that places should
be erected on the grounds for' hitch
ing horses, to obviate the present in
convenience of tying animals .up,
some distance down the street.
Mr. Cassidy spoke on the 'temper
ance question as it how appeared to
him in America, where he said every
saloon would soon be shut down.
Mr. Atherton referred to a paper
showing that in the State of Maine
only four cents, a head of the popu
lation was collected for the revcuue
on account of liquor, while the
average for the whole of the United
States was SI. 42 a head.
The proceedings were closed with
LYCAN & CO.
To-dav the iron doors of Lycan
& Cos store will be 'unbarred, and
the curiosities, so carefully con
cealed, will be disclosed to the pub
In the ladies department are
several very elegant pieces of Ken
sington embroidery for mantlepieces,
table-covers, mats, etc.. .each one
having1 the necessary material 'to
complete the pattern already com
menced." Some very pretty sewing
baskets, nicely upholstered nndlincd
inside, wall pockets' and baslccts of
every design, shape and pattern nre
to be seen.
There is plenty of joy for thp
children. Two 'handsome dressed
dolls, one in bine, the other in bro
caded satin, dressed in the height of
fashion are conspicuous. For these
and the hundreds of .smaller and
larger ones, there are carriages,
dishes, sets of furniture, and every
thing pertaining to the d.oll world.
Then there are all the usual mid
popular games, grace hoops, battle
door and shuttle cock, croquet, etc. ;
scrap books, autograph and photo
graph albums, and a lot of npv and
handsome baby carriages.
In Chri8lmus cards, there nre dis
played some of tho finest designs
imaginable. A panel of pink silk,
decorated with artificial flowers, au
oblong mirror with a bunch of
flowers, several hand-painted cards
in oil and water-colors, all used an
Christmas greeting, deserve particu
Handsome plush dressing cases
with ivory fittings, velvet plush and
gilt frames for cards nihil photo
graphs ; mirrors from hand size to
tho largest size made arc exceed
ingly attractive ; bed-room and par
lor sets, easy chairs, the look of
which makes one long to sit down,
and center tables arc the chief attrac
tions in the furniture department.
Guitars from $1 to $100 arc also ob
tainable. Last, but by no means least, are
tho pictures, which attracted the at
tention of His Majesty yesterday on
a private visit to the store. L'ctot'lc
4 k aha 1
en aoiiufe will not remain unsold
many hours after the store is open
to-morrow; it is one of the most
beautiful works Of art ever seen in
Honolulu. The Princes in, the
Tower and The Three Scape-Graces
will also attract attention, besides
a number of others that arc not yet
rcadj' for display. Mrs. Gillam is
represented by her well executed
groups of flowers, one of which has
been sold to lion. Mrs. C. 11.
Lycan & Co.'s stock, in their par
ticular line, is at the present time
unsurpassed in Honolulu, and it will
not be long ere they have again to
refill their store, if our ideas of the
taste and requirements of Honolulu
citizens be correct.
Coricspondcncc is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what may become, so.
We reserve the right to excise purely
personal mutter. ,
Wc do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editok Bulletin : Sin : We
think, in viewbf the interest taken
by this community in all sugar-subjects,
that an apology is scarcely
needed in asking you to publish the
following figures. They represent
the respective average value, per ton,
of last crop's sugar allgrades con
signed by us to San Francisco, as
per nett returns from that port.
Spencer Plantation $142 90 per ton.
Huelo Sugar Mill 138 CO ,.
Huelo Plantation 137 24
WaikapuJPlantation.... 133 7G
Jlceia Plantation 1 29 02
It would be Interesting to have all
such returns published; it would
tend to provoke a healthy rivalry
amongst planters. We hope our
neighbors will respond.
Geo. W. Macfarlani: &
Honolulu, 18th October, 1883.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Band will play in Emma
Square this afternoon at 4:30. The
following is the programme :
March Kameke Parlow
Overture Mistress of the House. .Suppe
Selection Ernanl Verdi
Chorus Bivouac (new) '. .Petrella
Dance Watteau Glendon
Polka First Step Coote
Also at, the Hawaiian Hotel this even
lug, at 7:30.
March Straight forward Parlow
Overture Mistress of tho House. .Suppe
Chorus Bivouac Petrella
Medley The Kagc in London. . .Riviere
Selection Madame Angot Lecocq
Waltz The Flower Show Coote
Polka The First .Step Coote
, For Sale.
"V BRAKE. Apply to
I. H. 8. TREGLOAN.
537 tf Cor. King and Hotel Sts.
meeting of the Workingmcn's Uni
on will bo held at the Armorv on
Tuesday eveninjr. Oct. 23rd. at 7:30 to
which tho workingmen of Honolulu are
cordially nnd earnestly invited. By
Order. GEO. OAVANAGH,
537 2t Secretary.
ME. JOSEPH TEISKA,
WHO is in our employ, Iiub had
several years experience in Piano
Factories in Germany and America ; he
is a sober, reliable man, and we
Guarantee all of his work.
All kinds of Musical Instruments re
paired and put in porfect order.
537 Lycan & Co.
' i, in artistic style,
ONLY 26 CENTS at GEO. VOGT'S,
lw 82 Hotel street. 535
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU.
one of tho finest Stallions ever imported
into 'this Kingdom. For paitlculars ap.
ply at oncoto
534 1m JOHN McKEAGUE.
For Sale, Chcup,
One Top Buggy, and one
Fianp-Box Open Buggy;
both in nerfect order. An-
Fort St., cor, School. 62?
C. BUSIER k CO.
Offer for Sale the Cnvgo of the
LIST OF IERGHA1ISE,
Liglit li'.prcss "Wagon?,
Ex Top Carriages.
Com. "Wood Chairs,
Pine Molasses Shook",
Iro Chests, Nos, 12, il, and 5,
Lohstcis, 111) Ins; Beans, 81b tns
Hay Cutters. Nos. 1, 2. & 3.
Fairbanks Scnlcs, Nos. 7,8,10fc U4
Ccntrift13.il Lining, 14 inch;
Comp."Nnlls, lif , 1-H Inch.
Manila Coidairc, Assorted:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
farmers boilers, 20 and 2$ galls,-,
Sisal Hope, Aborted,
Dump Barrows, ,
Y. METAL SHEATHEN'Gr
111, 18, '20, 22, 24 and 20 o..;
Hair Mattresses !
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, Refined lion,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws' and 'Washers.
fi32 lin b
IN future tho WINDSOR
RESTAURANT will be
kepi open until 10 o'clock
every mcnt (bunuays ex
cepted. Meals of every des
cription cooked to order. 535 1m b
The Honolulu Iron "Works Co
Ilavcion hand, nearly completed,
And For Sale at Reasonable Prices,
1 Combination Galloway and Tubular
Steam Boiler, 23 feet long by C feet
1 Do. do., lOVJ feet by 0 feet;
J Galloway Boiler, l'Jjj feet long by G
feet in diameter.
Also, for sale, one good second .hand
Combination Boiler, 23t feet long by 0
feet in diameter, with 70 feet of Smoke
Stack; been in use four years; almost as
good as new.
All kinds of Boilers, any size, made to
order at short notice at
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Just received a
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
' Wall Paper,
All of the Latest Designs, and for sale
cheap, at the Furniture
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Telephone No. 70. Ill Fort St.
Powderet& Otter Fertilizers
In quantities to suit,
FOR SALE BY
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.,
510 0m Agents Pacific Fertilizing Co.
No. 0 Queen street, Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
Beef, Veal, Mutton, FInli, &c, Sc.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully
attended to. Live stock furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. 340 ly
OWING to tho departure of Mr- E. A.
Brokaw this day, I bog to Inform
my numerous patipns that the drayago
business will bo undor tho management
of Mr. C. W. CLARK, well-known to the
public, as ono of tho most accomodating
and r3liablo draymon in tho city, and
that ho will be plenscd to wait on cus
tomers with tho best teams on tho beach,
GEO. H. ROBERTSON.
Honolulu, Oct. 15th, 1883. 533 lw
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A QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 2x3.10.
Also, Iron Tanks. Apply to
0B0 8m J, H. BRUN9.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST ltI3CKTVI3, IK VOICES OP
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in half the time of any other maelilno.
It does not get out of older, and if, always ready for ujc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger percentage of inside sriaco than any other -al Wi; auk Sot.k
AOK.NTH KOIl T11K AllOVK.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, "Wire Netting, Bice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, WimVvvills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Imbricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand nnd to arrive.
Call and examine our News Good.
DILLINGHAM &' CO.
THE GREAT I.
Corner Nmiimu and Queen Sts.
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
Will open on Monday, October 22nd,
Largest Assortment of Goods "
Ever shown here without exception, consisting in part:
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the above heading.
Tli Larpst aid Finest Stock; of Men's, Boy's
and Youth's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots anS SKotis,
Hats, Cap3, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
JBSy-Kemember Monday is the opening day at the GREAT IX, L STORE,
Corner of Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
We have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlcefl. Watson & Co.'s
machinery, and have now on hand, ready for delivery.
One Tripple-Effect, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing 8485
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and dlschaiginc mont
jub, complete. .
One Double-Effect, having 2290 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjus. , .,
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine.and mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
r Payin. Inc"ased facilities for the manufacture of these machines,' the
Weston's-Patent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, wo aro thus en
abled to offer them at materially reduced prices.
We have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber
bands and bushes, etc.
' ' . .' IT!
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 inch by 12 inch. ' " '
Clariflcrs, Plat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 6x5x1.7. '" - -vj YTJJ , 3HT
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill. ' ' ' '
One spare Side Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill. ' .
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel, for gearing of 20 inch by 54 mill.
i E. O. HALL & SON, '
, . ' (LIMITED.)
Havo just addod largely to their Varied Stook of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ov evkiit description, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS, '
By tho ' Marlha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
TheD.C.Murrav, "H. W. Almy," Mallsgate," ' W. H. Dlmond," and-from
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and the Ceylon, from Boston, a very full line of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
- ' " B83 lm b '.
X. L. STORE
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
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