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Fledged to nctthor Scot nor Patty.
, . But established for tho benefit of all.
W BUNKS lAY, JNO V. 7, 1 881L
- THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Kuneral of tlio Infant daughter of
John and Miuy Ena, at 10.
Lyons & Levey will sell at the T.
S.S. ulim'f, at 10, surplus stores,
Chamber of Commerce, 10:30.
Meeting btock Kxohangc, at 11.
Oalm Lodge, No. 1 K. of l 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, at7:30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Amhuw's Cathedral, usual
A DAY AT THE DEPOT.
The immigration depot, when
crowded, as it was on Sunday, with
human beings is a study. On being
admitted through, the formidable
hairier we were courteously received
by Mr. J. S. Smithies, Secretary to
the Board of Immigration .and Cap
tain Marcos of the police force.
Among other visitors were Senor
Canavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner, His Excellency C. T. Gulick,
Minister of the Interior and Presi-
dent of the Board of, .Health, Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector of Immi
giation, Colonel J. H. Boycl Messrs
Hay Wodchousc, J. I. DoWsettJr.,
V. Smithies, M. Brown, Captain
Mehrtens, G. D. Freeth, J. Mon
Minnt and Mr. Stirling.
The immigrants were barred off,
from the front of the official quar
icrs, but their facials and the suiloijs
of ihe Bell Rock were allowed to
visit and mingle with tliem. Many
old Poituguese lcsldents went to
welcome the new-eomeis, or to greet
friends and lelations. .Oft weie the
osculations (envied sometimes by
the boys) at their gieetings and
pai tings. They all seemed to be
liappy and scratchy, laughing and
(hatting with each other and passing
, icmaiks upon the (to them) strati?
eis. Some wete at work carrying
baggage, others weie washing clo
thes, others were cooking, others
were carving. The quality of their
provisions appealed to be good, the
vegetables looking ,supenor to those
seen in many a town restaurant.
Two gentlemen were seen bargaining
with two "tender eyed Rachels" ;
the "Kachcls" however weic very
particular, in ascertaining if their
would be employers weic married.
Finally mattcis were arranged and
the, beuediuUs drove off in high glee,
accompanied by their new house
His Excellency W. M.i Gibson,
accompanied by his juvenile aide-'de-camp,
Master Hayseldcn, in ''Poly
nesian uniroini," (as stated by His
Excellency) and Mr. F. II. Haysel
dcn, arrived about 1 o'clock at the
depot, and introduced a younger
grandson to the new arrivals who
Welcomed him most mnterually. The
only hiciative investments made
weic by the two Benedicts, who
guaranteed fifty dollais a head for
their domestic prizes ; there was not
a five dollars a head transaction to
lie seen. Matters matrimonial were
on the tapis. A.young steady Ger
man wanted a wife and seemed to
have fair prospects of success. But
an older German, who had sought in
vain among the Hankow's passen
gers for a help-mate, did not ap
pear so successful. He selected
manj', but they wern't yilling.
Twice he secured the sei vices of an
interpreter explained 'his wishes and
his wealth, and was on the verge of
victory; but, the ladies required
certain concessions on his part. One
wanted 500 in cash," and the other,
of a filial disposition, insisted upon
his Also taking under his roof, her
father, mother, brothers and sisters,
seven in all. His next venture was
a failure, for u Rachel" possessed a
lord:- Disconsolate bntr not dis
couraged, be applietfv later in the
evening snt thp police station for
'advice how1 to prdsecute his stiit.
"'In the afternoon the Royal Ha
wnjijiu Band discoursed qweet mu-sic,"-mucht6
uie ddlightfof its' atten
tive listeners. Some of the boys
both gobbdd an$ sighed Ij'ofore an
Azorean beaut3 who was said to he
possessed of a plenitude of wealth.
It didn't wash. One was too tall
and oho was too stout, so the damsel,
lioughj wooed, was not wpn, Mr.
tlloffnung and liis son also called
-aipon their late passengers.
, After daik, by special request,
'the new Hawaiian laborers were al
lowed to indulge in the mazy whirls
.iifi'tho Fandango. It is u peculiar
dance, and, to tile tin-initiated eye,
ja'ppearticj somewhat slow. The ftnu
ie was supplied by thoir own musi
cians who played upon the light
guitar and the castanct- Next came
,thb official inspection of tho quar
ters to see that all had turned in.
yT his revealed close, crowded ropms
wiui jiumiwi uemgs, lying eanune nice
(or in every imaginable pqs
i thG floors. The atmosphere
ifling ami showed that more
ckorfl,and windows were (insufflfiient
ventilation. The rooms uoutuined
from ten to thirty three occupants,
V -Pr K"
Those who preferred fresh air to the
poisonous atmosphere were ordcicd
off. the grass and under cover.
Boxes and trunks were lemoved
from tho rooms; tho floor of tho
baud pavilion was covered with
sleepers ; a suspected case of mea
sles was found ; some useful infor
mation concerning the checking and
completing of tho contracts was ob
talhed; we thanked Mr. Smithies
ami Captain Marcos for their kind
ness and we went home, thinking of
the various phases of human life and
the many many incidents that we
had seen on our first visit to the Im
DR. M. HAQAN,
OFFICE 12a FORT STREET,
3m 553 Telephone No. 81.
Ex. Ilk. "Iituly linnipson,"
In quantities to uit purchasers by
lw 552 C. BREWER & Co.
FIIORN offers the nhovc sum to any
persou who ran give sufllcicat in.
fonimtibn ihat will lend to the convic
tion of the thief who broke into the side
building of his premises, and stole nil
the contents of the trunk of II. HORN
Jr., ns also his slceVc buttons and breast
pin, six feather pillows, sheeting and
blankets. Also for the conviction of
any one of tlie thieves who stole the
Gbbds from thu Store, and Mr. Hough,
tailing's veinndnh, at the lire on the
morning of .'list October. F. HORN;
lw 552 Honolulu, Nov. flth 1883.
PASS BOOK of II. S. Gibbins in nc
count with Bishop & Co.
Tho tinder will confer a i.ivor byleav.
big it nt tliit office. 55V 111
Tor Sale. Cheap,
HOUSE with Saddle and Bi idle.
Apply at 82 Hotel street 551 !)t
Treasury of Soug.
rpilIS Beautiful Oollention of Mtnio
X for the Family and Social Circle,
contains over 500 pnges of Choice Music
ninongwhieli may bementioned, 'Jamie,1
" The Old .Seton." " The Swiss People's
Song," and oilier which have delighted
Honolulu Audiences, t thcieeent con -i.e'it",
issued in !1 different styles of
binding, nt $3.50, it.50, and 5.00 p'r copy.
Orders reci;ied tor the nboe, bv
Sole Agcntifni- the Haw 'n Islnndsi
P.O. Box 281. 551 ini
PER BRIG " CONSUELO "
20 Fine CaL Horses
Suitable for Carriages,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
Have been specially'selected
JToi- TliiK jMim-lcot. r ,
for sa:le by ' K
"Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
SILlC SCREENS !
JUST RECEIVED, per steamer Zea.
lnndia, a lot of andsohic
Of all Colors, and' i ,
WING W0 TAI & Co.,
54'llm- - 24 N-uunnu Street.
Bell Rock." k J
CONSIGNEES of the i" Bell
'Rock" aro hereby notified
umi sue win commence .to
discharge on l'uesdar. fitli
iiuveiiiuur, ui n.nif
Goods left .on, the wharf after 'flyo
.o'clock will be stored at the oxpense of
Consignees who aio requested to call at
Iho oflice of the undersigned, mud pay
freight mid charges.
G.iW. MACFARLANF & CO.,'
ONE ROOM, suitable cither for a
lady or genilenlnn, Pleasant and
(inlet locality, "about 10 minutes walk
fniin town. Apjly ildf oilUc. 484
Lowt, Hlolcn or Htrayed.
OkNE SMALL BAY MARE with three
whitq potsgn horhody, wlieruthe
saddle is placed, and ono white spot on
her forehend. Branded P on' left hip.
A suitable reward will bo pnid on return,
in if to this olllce. 4(H tf
IlbiiHe "Wanted ' .
IMMEDIATELY, furnished or uhfur.
uislied. Rent moderate. Address
ILA.M,, Jr , ouro pf G, W. Moofarlaue &
Oo 542 tf
Sloop (Loia,'' - .
J?OR SALp. ,PrJce, $150 as she
. lloats. R. MoVkitt, at J, V. Rob
eitson's. ' QUO tf b
DIARIES For 188 ,
' AT ' '
OAJTF 4te OO'S.
Hfc r mm - r . --Mr- A . - ' y rr -W- . ,. '
L i ' mnniimiiiamumai imiimiim
NOVEMBER 16, 1883.
Commencing at 9:30 a. m.. Sharp.
I Yachl Raco,
First Cluss. Comse From Cnn
Buoy passing out the channel, keep
ing between the buoys tolcewnrd of
Spar and Bell Buoys, leaving Bell
Buoy to w ludwnid; thence to llng-a
boat off Wnlklkl, i minding same
from lcowaid : thenefc to a flag-boat
off thequniantine, grounds, loitnd
lhgsame fiom lcowaid; thence to
Bell Buoy, turning to windward,
and passing Spar Buoy to leeward,
keeping between tho buoys in the
channel, back to ."Judges' boat.
2 Six-Oarod Gigs,
For Amnteuis. Course From Can
Buoy out the channel, to and turning
the Spar Buoy, keeping It on the
poit side, buck to place of staiting.
3 Two 0arcd Boats, '
Course Fi om Can-Buoy to 'and
around a buoy anchoic'd off the
Maiine Railway, and back to start
4 Four-Oared Gigs,
ICnluliiiiI Piunc. Com sc Same as
No. 2. race. ,
5 Six-Paddle Canofc Race " ! 5 1
Course Same as No. 3 race.
6 Six-Oarod Whaloboat Race.
i Coin e Same as No. 'J inee.
7 Chinoso Boat Raco,
Coin se Same at No. ' ini-e.
8 Swlmmtng Raco, i., f
Free f o all.
9 Yachl Raco,
Second Cla. Cotuse Fiom Can
Buoy out the channel, in passing
Spar Buoy, leaving it on the star
board side ; thence to a boat off the
quarantine giounds; tack around
the same, and return to stinting'
point; in passing Spar Buoy, leave
it on thepoit side.
10 Single Scull Raco,
. Couise Same as No. :t niee
11 Catamaran Raco,
Orjursc Same as No. 0 lace.
12 Six-Oarod Gig Raco,
For Piofessiohals. Couise From
Can Buoy out the channel, leaving
Spar Buoy on port side, thence to I
and aioiuid Bell Buoy, keeping it
on the poit side in. lounding, and
backito starting point, jkeeping Spar
.Buoy ontaiborcI side.
1 3 Diving boniest
Fiee to all.
14 Sailing Canoo Raco.
Course Same, as No. 3 i ace. i
15 Five-Oared Whaloboat Race, ' c
Couise Same as No. 2 iacc.
16 Tub Race,
Fiee to all.- ,,
17 Tug-o'war, . J
Swimming Free to all.
18 Bargo Raco,
Kalnkaua Purse. Course Same as
No. 12. i
19 Grand Promenade. '
The List of Prizes will he published
subsequently, and will be in accoi dance
with the amount subscribed by the com
All boats in the Yacht Races will be
allowed to carry any amount of sail they
Spoon oars will b6 allowed in the
For. paiticulars apply to
JAS. W. BOBERTSON, Secretaiy.
J. A. CmiMINS,
II. K, MACFARTANE,
CAPT. A. MoINTYRE,
CAF1 A. FUTJLER,
W. L. WILCOX,
" J. VT. BOBERTSON, ,,.
Committee of Airangements.
530 lw.1 '
E-OHM.&atUPPRECHT beg to in.
k. form their friends and ttje public
that they have remoyed their oflice to
the residence 185 Fort street, opposite
the Gymnasium. 550 lw
To Jtcnt. or LenHC.
T"WO FINE STORES", in the New
I. 0 0.,F. Block, lately cjecte'd on
King street.'on'sitc of fire, l
For terms, apply to
52!) lrrf Contractor nnd Bnllder.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
. Drayman best teams
In town." Telephone No fig. ib
Good BuHincNN Chance.
FOR Rale a RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furni
tpro. etc, 15 years lease.
I A.ddress. II. F..
MULES! MULES II
OAFf. OLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and others that he has 30
MULES, Just arrived per W. H. Dlmond,
for Salo, at hjs stable, at tho Corner of
Punchbowl 'and Queen SU. well broken
t,o Ipuiipss.; 520 tf
THE WELL.KNQWN AN1) POPU
pne of tho finest BtaRlops pvef Imported
into this Kingdom. For particulars ap.
ply at once to
584 Jm. x i JOUl MoKEAQUE.
i 1 1
i .iFor Sale. ,
A QUANTITY of I imn Hoop, 2x3.16.
Also, lion Tanks. Apply lo
030 3m J. H.BRUN8.
'Auction Sales by Lyons & Lov'oy.
Wednesday Nov. 7,
nt the rnrific Mail R. P. Wharf nt
10 A. M.
Immigrnnts Surplus Stores J
EX "S. S. HULL ROCK"
Hy ordei ol the Aucnis, JUssis. G. W.
M icliulnne ifc Co.
Wo him H'l-eivul iiistiuctions to ell
by Auction at tlio Pacific Mull S. S.
Whai f at 10 o Clock a. in. on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER '7,
The whole of tho immigrnnts Surplus
btoroH nnd fitting, comprising
Biscuits, Maize Meal,
Flout in bills, Cod Fish
Brown and bite Sugar,
Raisins, Collee, Chicory,
i Molasses, Tea, Pepper, -.
'tierces of Beef, Soup and Botlilll,
Yeast Powder, Soup, torn,
Flour, Tins Fin Flour,
Extract Heef, Sago, Arrow Root,
Mustard, Linseed .Meal,
Lime Juiue, Cola Oil,
Paimfluc Oil, Lime, Bacon,
Salt, Peas, Oatmeal Beans,
Beans, Rice, Lard,
Vinegar, 400 Qnl. Tanks,
2 Ranges, Iroh Stenmers Galvanized
Boilers, Kettles, Baking Pans,
ChlseH, adzes, shovels, Biooms,
Mops, scrubbing brushes, Lamps,
Portuguese, nnd Haw 'n Ensigns,
Mat trasses, Bolsters Pillow
Sheet's etc, etc, etc.
Also a Inrge quantity of
Terms Cash Planed Lumber.
Lyons & Liivey, Auctionecis.
For Wivlo at .Au1 Ion,
, , , ON
Thursday, November 8th.
WE HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED
BY MRS. D. K. FKFB to oflcr
nt 1 ublic Auction on THURSDAY, No-
veinbei 8lb, on the premises, her
sitimled cm Btrelania Street, having n
frontage ot 75 It. and ;i00 li. deep run-
(nlng tliiuugh to YoUug btieet. The
house is almost new, and ib large and
'rocJniy, contnlniiig two pailoio, six bod
rooms, lingo dining loom, pantry and
cook-house, lath.room; has a veranda,
2 hcrvanlb' room., hiij and grain room,
carriage-house for two carriages, and
chicken-house. The dwelling is sub
slan.ially built, 0 feet from the giound,
and ii one of the moat comfoi table resi
dences, within easy distance from the
city, offered for sile for some consi
derable time. Also, commencing at 10
o'clock A. M.,
Tho Entire Household Furniture & Effects,
Comprised in part of Handsome Parlor
Suite, Bed.ioum bets, Motquito Nets,
Mattresses, Extension Dining Table,
Cliaiis, Child's Ciib, Crockciy, Gluss
waie, Cook Stove and Utensils, Elegant
Book Case and a Splendid Collection' of
Books and Pictiuub; 1 Superior Refrl
gerator, 1 Elegant Pinno, Garden Hose,
1 lloi be and Buggy and 1 Splendid Fa
mily Cairiage. fi-On view Wednes
day at 10 A M.
Lyo:8& Levey, Auctioueeis.
QN SATURDAY EVENINGS,
December 8, 15 & 22,
"We will hold our Annual Christinas
Sales at our Sales Room, w itli the larg
est vai iety of useful and fancy articles
ever seed in Honolulu.
' ' Lyonb& Levey, Auctioneers.
California Kedwood Oomp'y,
Offices, 125 George Street, Edinburgh.
C lfornia ,Eedwood Co.,
400 California Sticet, - - San Francisco,
Emeka, Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
nPHIS Company is prepared to con
X tract Joi caigocs pf California
Redwood to ' bo shipped direct from
their mills at current market prices.
The Company will load ships, sent to
San Francisco or Humboldt Bay, or will
furnisli cargoes, cost, freight and Insur
mice. FALKNER BELL & CO, Agents.
fiWh" San Francisco.
Suitable for Plantation and
WE have now in Stack in Honolulu,
ready for immediate delivery,
full stocks of Railway Material, of
Messrs. Fowler & Cp's. manufacture, to
which wo invite tho attention pf Plan
ters and the public generally:
Steol Rails, of 10, 14 nnd 18 lbs. to the
yard, wllh fibh-plates, bojts and spikes.
Patent Steel Slenpored Portable) Track,
of 10 and 14-lb. rails, with curved line,
points and crossings to suit same .
Points llllll (JlOHhincs. Kiill.ililo Ii.i. lrv
douiotlvo trnlllc on gauges oK'Onnd
S ai Pliinuitlon Lnmmnlivi'K.
Sugtir Cane C'ai-, on torn or eight
Patent 'lipping Wagons, for founlng
Wo also keep o hand for the conven.
lenco of plantations, a largo un' well
belected supply ot spare Axles, Wheels,
Axle boxes, Bolts, Nuts, etc., to replace
or renow parts of rolling stock alrendy
Btinplled by Messrs. Fowler & Co.
For further pnrticulais apply to
Kessrs. 6. W, Mariano and W. L Croon,
Agents forMessr?. John Fowler & Co.
040 2w Leeds, England.
DURING my absence from this King
dom, Mr, Nathaniel 8. Sachs will
carry on my business for mo under full
power of Attorney. A. M. MELLTS.
Jlonolulu, Nov, 1st, 18&1. 518 lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
just lnscnrviJD, invoices of
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a fire in half tho time of any other mnchinc.
It dors not get out of older, nnd is always ready for uc.
Ecry residence, Stigni Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Al solutcly flrc-proof.
Withinrget percentage of inside bpnee than any other safe Wk are Sole '
AOEMS FOll THE AUOVt.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
"Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cngcs, .
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
4 HYDRAULIC Ra'mS. S VVf tP,
Slcidrato Oil in Pho Gallon Tins. ' .if
( Kcro(eno and Llbricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Ifciv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACMALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap. '
t . '
A large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes'
Just Arrived. ' , , ,
Over 500 in daily use
Safes .Sold for Cash,. or
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
540 tf b
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner Xuuanu a d Queen Sts
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE "STORE
IS NOW OPEN
' Largest Assortment, of G-oodsn'y o
Ever shown here without exception,1 consisting in part : ' ' A
Dry,' Fancy and House Furnishine Goods. r':l Tl
Embroideries, Laces, and everything
Tie Largest ml Finest
and You h's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
' i ' - i
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, loo numerous to itemize.
QTDon't forget tto GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nauunn and Queen'
, Vfr ,' ' Stiects.
fi8fi6m fe A. GARTENBERG, Proprietor.
E. O, HALL & SON,
Have just addod largely o their Varlod Stock ol
Hardware, Ge'neral Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok kvkry DEBcmmoN, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS;
By iho " Mariha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco ;
The -D.O. Murray," "11,, Aliny," Maltegale," " W. II. Diinon.l," nnd from
SJiortly expected by tlie Henry .Tanies, from New Yorki
und the Coylon, from Boston, a very full line of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !. y
Most complete assortment even offered in vthis --Kingdom:
532 lin U
-J U 1
on the Hawaiian Islands.
i ... t
on the Installment Plan.
' " ' k '
CO. BERGER, .General Agent, (enj
that comes under the above heading."
StocK of Men's, Bof!s,