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SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 18S3.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
and Children from 9 to 11.
E. P. Adams will sell at the Sales
Rooni, frosli tipples etc., at 12.
Sale of Roal Estate by Lyons &
Levey, at 12. t
Band at Emma Square, at -1 :3u
Gospel Temperance Meeting nt
Bethel, at 7:30.
Bethel Sunday School,, at 9:46.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :45.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace,.. morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, Rev. Mr. Mor
ritt, morning ; and "Rev. J. A. Cru
Service Y. M. C. A., 3 p.m.,
Bible Class at Fort .St. Church'
Vestry, at 3:15
HAWAII IN BOSTON.
We have been permitted to peruse
a letter received from Boston, which
speakB of the Hawaiian court at the
Boston Exhibition. The whole ex
hibition is spoken of as "a fraud.''
It is said that "Honolulu has no
decent bIiow, the sugar is in bad
shape and not well arranged. Some
of the Number; 2 sugar is labeled
as Number 1 There are no labelB
on the cane. The sugar has got
dirty, and passers-by help themselves
to it. There is. nobody in, attend
ance' Tlic woods are good and
locked up in. a show case, of which,
there are three. Some pulu is left
in the box in which it was sent from
Honolulu and is-exposed to the
dust, and s6me lias been, placed t jn
one of the cases. 'The tapa is hung,
up in the court and a large piece
has been torn out of it, evidently by
some visiton There are some good
things in the court;, hut it lias been
1 ' The Mormon mission on the
Hawaiian Islands shows, a total mem
bership of 3,600. This is a promis
ing field for polygamy, as the moral
element was never very strong among
the Kanakas. Indeed, we, fancy
that the leaders of the Latter-Days
Saints could not do better than to
set about the conversion of' the pig
my kingdom. These islands would
make a fine refuge for the elect when
they shall finally be evicted from
Utah." S. F. Chronicle.
" Captain " Gibson's former en
thusiasm on behalf' of. his Utah
friends should not be, diminished
when his views are supported by the
S. F. Chronicle.
Referring to the vuluo of, the su
gar interests in the hands of Ameri
cans in this country,- the S. F.
Chronicle, in reply to a table pub
lished in the Saturday Press,' giving,
the amount of property held by dif
ferent nationalities, says: " This
statement is made to controvert that
of the late Hawaiian Commissioners,
-who says in their report that, " with
few exceptions, the sugar-producing
industry of the islands is in the
hands of Germans, English, or Ha
waiians." The Commissioners would
not have made that statement offi
cially unless they had known it to be
trucl There is no doubt:of its truth,
and therefore none that the Honolulu
paper's contradictory statement is a
fraud. The ring, which has forced
up and kept up the price of sugar
here, which has pocketed and is still
pocketing all the benefits of duty
free sugar provided in the treaty,
and amounting to over $3,000,000 a
year, is composed almost exclusively
of. foreigners, with, a naturalized
American here and there thrown in
as a blind. And now this foreign
Combination, not"ontcnt with its
present advantages for the oppres
sion of the Pacific coast consumers
or""sugar, 'is aiming to supplement
the one monopoly by another, which
is to run. all the independent Anieri
cairllrics'of vessels plying between
'iiero'and Hawaii from the sea."
MR. CHARLES L. RICHARDS.
Mr. CharleB L. Richards died
suddenly at his residence, 70 Broad
w,ay Norwich, N. S. A. on 12th Ob
'toibcr, He was born in Waterford
i'ou August 28rd 1880 aud camo to
-Honolulu about 1850 going into the
business which was subsequently
'continued by Messrs. A. W. Peirco
,;: The; Norwich JBullelm says " Ho
was engaged in business at the Sand
wjbh Islands , for a dozen years, and
.8, part owner in several whaling
vessels. Ho became tho intimate
friend of King Kajakaua, and ac
.cotripunied Him 'On many excursions,
In 1807 ho again went to the Sand
yicli Islands to settle up his busi
ness affairs. In 18G8 he mamed
Miss Ada Pollard, who witli six
fcjijidrcn, four sous and two daugh
'ters, survive him, Mr. Richards
personally was a gentleman of , ox&ot
habitfl, fine feelings and agreeable
Booitii qtinmtcs. no tniule n wi
Oirclc of'frfcnclB who will aympnliizo
with bis faoiily In their bereavement
nnd sincerely mourn hid' .sudden
Corrowondcnca Is solicited on the lou
les of the day, or what may become so".v
We reserve tho right to excise purely
persounl matter. "
Wo do not hold oursfalvcs lrcsl'dtiBiblc
for tho opinions expressed by our cor.
Editor Bulletin : Being a, "Mu
sician, I ask you to insert a few
lines on concert criticisms. I noticed
in the Gazette, a repgrt of Saturday's
concert at the Music Hall. From
the notice in question it, appeared to
me that it was the writer's object to
praise everyone. Now, too much
taffy is hot appreciated. It is Very
praiseworthy of ladies and gentle
men u Hive muir aciviuus k"-ui
tously for a charitable object! yet
performers, ' if tlley have, music at
heart, will always thank a .newspaper
for pointing out their faults. A
true musician is always pleased to
learn where he v she Anils', and it is
to tho press, which shbuld have able,
critics, that they look for their short
comings. I am told that it has been
tho custom in Honolulu to praise
everybody, and it-is because you did
not do so, in your notice of Satur
day's concert, ( although I consider
you ought to have mentioned more
deficiencies than you did')' that I ad
. The Gazette critic said, that, flic
would have been willing to Jisten for
hours to those clear, sweet notes"
of a lady who sang, at least, a half
tone flat, and that, a clarionet; ,'solo
showed "a mastery of the' lristni;
ment," by the amateur performer,
he was far from mastering thi3'!in8tru
rrieiit. 'in a duqt. for two pianos;,, tlje
Presto, in six-eighlh time, was nuiclj,
too; slow. , There wasmlso, a remark
able weakness in tho fortissimo pas-t
sages. Of the zither duct and the
cofnet'sbl6 'it is needless to Speak.
Thcj' were" not what should hay6
been expected for sUcli a high 'class
entertainment, the. zither duet being
noticeably not in good time. .The
performance of 'tho Symphony Club
was deserving of commendation.
I know that my remarks will offend'
some people, yet, from my personal1
knowledge of amateur, ,and profes?
sional musicians, ,1 feel certain they
generally prefer to sec their faults
pointed' out to themj than to teceive
praise which they know they do not
deserve. I amj Mr. Editor,
' ' Baritone. "'
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band. will, play' at 4 p. m;
this afternoon. The following is the
programme: , .',
Overture Festival Bach
Selection Norma. ... .f... a ...... .Bellini
Gavotte Stephanie . . .,- Czlbiilka
Selection Xombardians.. . .1 .;. . . .Verdi
Waltz Pa mplilet3 Strauss
Polka Midnight Waldtcufel
Freeth. On 6th Inst'.,
G. D. Freeth Esq. a son.
to the wife of
Iu Honolulu, Nov. 7thj Fred Oat of
Honolulu to. MUs Emma Boarduian of
Kahului, Maui. No Cards I I
AUCTION SALE, BY S. P. ADAMS.
KX " MARirOSA '
This day Saturdays Nov. 10
At 12 o'clock noHi at Salesroom,
100 Boxes Frali Mules
IMPORTANT TRADE SALE
By order of Ifcssrs. G. "W. MacfaiiiVa'ne
& Co., I Will hold '. '
GroQit Motion Sale e!
Atiny Sales KooihCJueenistreet1
ON FRIDAY NOT. Sr1,
At 10 A. m., at which will be offered on
a Credit to the Trade, a Preat Variety
ok . i
411 of which urp ifew Importatipiis,
exrecent,arr,lYiils, and of whicli the fol
lowing is a partial list:
, Fine Prints, Satleens, Black Sateens,
Bluck Merinos, Cretonnes, White and
"Coloied Flannels, Angola apd Cotton
Shirts; TWENTY varlctfe of Woollens,
Ladles' Felt Skirts. Check Wool Vnd
TWEEDS AND" AlLOES' QdODS.
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
in largo variety; GcntsLlneh Collars,
Gentv Umhrellas, A feplendfd assort.
ment of Woolen Blankets, cotton'tow-
els, large nnd sinull; Linen Sheeting,
all widths; Fino While Cottons, Beat
heav,y Denims, llnqu .drills, Turkey
' Red Olpth, Crape, A very fine assort.
ment Gents, Hosiery ana Underwear.
A)so fancy feathers, Flpwors, porfuin.
cry, Jewelry, etc,, children', .hoots Hair
brushes, combs. Gouts' scarfs, Llsjp
thread, Gloves, &n Al,ijQla,,flne, assort,
mont of crockcrywaie, consisting, of
chamber se,,Flowir,ppts, Jamps pitclw
crs, etc. GiiASSWAitn: such as Decanter.
Wine (llasses, Tumblers, &c. A Line ok
Haudwahe: consisting of liutcliots, aspi
Hoes, and other Plantation Tools, A
handsome assortnjent of Parjor Hugs,
Cocoa Matting, etc,
Terms liberal and raado known ut Bale,
651 E, P. ArAMH, Auctioneer
' a.t l
AHOHSEojivltli Saddle & Bridle.
APPly'g3 Hotpl btrcot. 555 lw
" -" "Wsnle.
HORSE, Buggy and Harness cither
sIKgl'u or tho lot. Splendid turn,
out, Apply. Honolulu Cnrrlnco Ilonosl
tory, opposite DodllV. 555 lw
A SMART BOY. Apply to
ASHLEY & 1'IE HEARD
550 lw 81 King Btrcot.
3 doz. in each tin square tins.
FRESH SALMON, ON ICE !
PEARS & APPLES !
of the finest quality FIT i-Ott-'
EATING just received per Mariposa.
KENNEDY & Co.,
554 :it Hotel Street.
DURINGhtny absence from this TCt)
dom.iMrlTA. .Tncccr Is authorized
to sign tho ntimo of tho Arm of F. T. Lo
nchnn & c'oi nnd will act for mo under
f nil Tiowor "of nttornev In nil mnttnrs in
'which I nni concerned.
lw Hon. Nov. 8th F. T. LENEHAN.
Mechanics and Others
Take Notice For Sale.
AT KALIH1 within 10(1 yards vof.
School Iloi'.sc.Xhnvoa now Frame)
Dwolling House containing (up'and"
down stairs,) 9. rooms with Cook-house
'detached, also well nnd burn on prc.ni.
i lees cont'.iiii9 nn acre of ermind. Will
i sell the same for 1,G00. Tho loontlnn is
Ljrood; situations miles from Honolulu
jPostoincc. Don't. delay if yon want, a
reasonable.nnd comfortabldhtimc. , , '
551 lw Real Estate Broker
NEAlt Knplolani Park, towards Dia.
niond Head, I have 11 ncrcs of
GoodBuildhiK land to sfell.' "Wilf'sclla
portion or all nl $125 an acre for cash.
To tlioe who prefer Wnikiki protierty,
here is u rare opportunity. Land is per
fectly levnl and suitable for building
purposes. Applv nt once to
,1. E. WISEMAN.
554 lw . t Real Estate Broker.
Sc M. CARTER & CO.
Having Bought the
LEGAL JTENDER. QUAREY
Are prepared m
. FURNISH STONE
,,, , , AND.
Ballast for Ships
rpnpJ r, ..-., , :
Bekcli arid Black Sand, y
. jDUMP CARTS', ' .
Always on hand to fill orders at short
notice and at Reasonablie Rates.
.'". f i' ' ' '' ; -;
Remember the Kumbcr!
82 King: Street. ,
W Telephone 187. "n
', , .925,BEVA11D...
0 HORN offers llie a'bo.vo.suni to any
X? person wlio can give sufficient in.
form'ation'th'at'Will lead to tho. convic
tion .of the thief who broke into the side
building of his premises, and stole nil
the contents of tho it'runk of H. HORN
Jr., as also hiaslacye buttons and breast
Sin, six feather, pillows, sheeting and
lankots. Also; for ,tho, conviction of
any one ,of the.' thieves, who.. stole the
Goods from tho Storeand Mr. Hough,
.tailing's "verandahi at tho fire on the
morning of 31st October. , F. HORN,
lw 552 Honolulu, Nov. 0th 1883.
wi rteasury o Song.
THIS '.Beautiful Collodion of Music
for' tho Family and Social Circle,
coniAnk over1 500'pages1 of 'Choice Music
among which' may be mentioned, 'Jamie,'
"miKOltt'SeitonK'Vrho Swiss People's
Song," and others which have delighted
HonqiulurAudiences, nt tlio recent con
certs 'ssue'd1' in '8 ' different ' styles of
binding, at. $9.60, 8.50, and 5.00 pr copy.
Orders TCceived',for;the abovo, by
- '" 'Wm'CLARK,
Solo Agent fortho Haw'n Islands.
PvOBox281. 551 lm
" ' rHoUoSViea"
1MAIEDIATELY', furnished or unfur.
nlshcd. Rtait moderate. Addreks
RlA.M., Jr., care of G. W. Macfarlano &
Co. 543 tf
'jrQlUb A-JtllPPREgHT' beg, to. In.
1. form their friends and tho public
that, they. have removed their offloo to
the residence 185 Fort street, opposlto
the Gymnasium1.' ' 550 lw
Tq Ren or Leiine.
TWO FINE STORES, In the New
. J' lPvpJ')B!,ook Lut9y, erected von
King Btrcdt,rdn.Blto pf; lire, i' ii ,
, For tornis, apply to ,
520 lm i Contractor and Bnlldcr,
xood "Basinet Clmuce.
FOR Sale a RESTAURANT In a
good location, doipg good solid
buBlncssWJthjgroceresi fixtures, furnl
lure, etc,' 15 years lease.
Address, H'. F., J
581 8m This Office
, , , ppr Sale.
A ..QUANTITY of lroi) Hopp, 2x8,10.
jtil-!AlEO;.Ir,oqi;ranlf8. i.A.nny to
080 8m J.H, BRUNB.
iu r vja,ji V;.if-f,J! -t.il ! .i'J: ,J-mL.-
Auction Sales by Lyons & lovoy.
noil f I ihiiiotinno
u ii u in in no
QN SATURDAY EVENINGS,
December 8, 15 & 22,
Wo will hold our Annual Christmas
Sales at.our Sales Konin. with the larg
est vniiety of ui-efitl nnd fancy nrllclcs
ever been in llmioli 1 1.
Lyons Lkvby, Auetlonccrp.
PER BRIG " CONSUELO "
20 Fine Cal. Horses
Suitable for Corrlnges,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
Have bcou spcciallj' selected
IToi rJ?liiH jIu.iJlcct.
FOR SALE BY
,. , j Wm.Gr. Irwin & Co.
551 2w b
S i Ik Screens.!,
Silk screen's i
JUST UECBIV.ED, per t-jeamer Zea
li.ndin, a lot of Handsome
Of all. Colors, and
WING W0 TAI & Co.,
54'1 lm 24 Nuuonu Street.
.- ' , . . . i . ;
50,000 Cal. Hard Bricks
Ex. Bk. "Iindy JLumpHon,"
In quantities to suit purchasers by
lw 552 C. BREWER & Co.
CONSIGNEES of the " Bell
Kock" are hereby notified
that she will commence to
dischatKe oti Tuesday. Cth
November, at 7 a.m.
Goods left on the wharf after five
o'clock will be stored at the expense of
Consignee.) who are requested to call at
the ofllce of the undersigned, and pay
freight and charges.
, G. W. MACFARLANF & CO.,
OSp tfgb Agents.
THE1 WELL-KNOWN AND POPU
one of the finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom. For particulars ap.
ply'at once to
584 lm JOHNMcKEAGUE.
OaHfornia Kedwood Oomp'y,
Offices, 123 George Street, Edinburgh.
Caifornia Bed-wood Go.,
40(5 California' Street, - . San Francisco,
Eureka. Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
THIS Company is prepared to con
tract for cargoes of California
Redwood to bo shipped direct from
their-milla nt current market prices.
The Company will load ships, sent to
Sail Francisco or Humboldt Bay, or will
furnish cargoes, cost, freight and Insur.
FALKNER BELL& CO, Agents.
SWlm. San Francisco.
Suitable for Plantation and
.- Other Railways.
WE havo now in'Stock in Honolulu,
( ready for immediate delivery,
fUll stocks of Railway Material, of
Messrs. Fowler & Co's. .manufacture, to
which we Invito tho attention of Plan
ters and )he public generally:
Steel Ralls, of 10, H and 18 lbs. to tho
yard, Willi fish-plates, bolta and spikes.
Palcnt Stec). Slouporcd Portable Track,
of 10 and 14-lb. riills.wilh curved ljne,
points anil crossings to suit same.
Points and Crossings, sujtablo for lb.
coinollvn trnlllc on gauges of 20 and
.:,34J.n'!he', , . . ,
Sugnr Plnntiitioii Loeoniotives.
Su?:M' .Ji')"" ('M, m foitv or eight
wjicolf. , ' ".
Pati-ni Tipping Wayoiis for forming
we also keep on hand for the conven.
ienco of plantations, a largo an-' well
selected supply of spare Axles, Wheels:
Axle boxes, Bolts, Nuts, etc,, to rcplaco
or renew parts of rolling stock already
supplied by Mows, Fowler & Co.
Fpr further particulars apply to
Mm, 0, W, Marlins and W, L, Green,
Agents for Messrs. John Fowler & Co.
S-10 3vv Leeds, England.
MULES! MULES II
CAFr. OLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and oiheis that ho has 80
MULES, JnBt arrived por W. H. DJmond.
for Bale, at 1ib stable, at tho Corpor of
.PunchbowJ and Queen 8ts, well broken
to harness. 539 tf
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST KEHVE1, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE. EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice ns lorge n fire in half tho time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, nnd Is always ready for inc.
Every roplddncc, Sugar Mill nnd Sloio should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes;
With largei percentage of inside space than any other safe We Ann Sous
., AOKNTR KOll THR AltOVK. i
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Wintlwills, Tanks, ,
;,. ,-. Slcidg-ute Oil in
irArADnnn nn) T (llnnln lln n nHnnll..
-wo...u ..,.u ijiwiHUi who u sijuuiuitj. i. Kuuu siuck on nona ana to arrive.
Call and 'examine our New Goods. , , .
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment, of these justly Celebrated Safes
v ' 'Jvist Arrived.
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Castor on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to '
510 tf b
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner Nuuanu a d Queen Sts
No Bombast Simply, an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
IS NOW OPEN
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.'
Tin Largest nil Finest stock of Men's, Boy's ';
f and louh's Clothing. "''''
Gents Furnishing Goods1,1: Boots and SKces,
k Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize. '
MTDon't forget the GREATI XL
E, ,0. HALL & SON,
Havo Just added largely to their Varied Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
of evehy PEBoniPTiOH, THE BEBT LUBRICATIN3 OILS,
By.tho."Marlha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco; '
The.D.O.Murrnv, H. W. Almy," - Mnllsgate,- W. H. Dlbond- and'' fro'm
i .England, via Panama. , , .
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York'
and tho Ceylon, from, Boston, a very full iino of ' ' ,
Plows and Agricultural Implements
' MAKING THE
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kinadom.
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Myo Otill.ou Xin
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C. 0.t BERGER, General' Agent,
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: ,l
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STORE, Corner, of, Nuuann and Qu
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