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Pledged to aeltltt Boct top Party,
Bnt established for tho banefit of ftll.
SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Chamber of Commerce, 10:3Q.
"' Gymnasium Exercises for Liullcs
aud Children from 9 to 11.
Bund at Emma Square, at 7:30
Gospel Temperance Meeting
Bethel, at 7:80.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9 :45.
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. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
Service Y. M. C. A., 3 p.m.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 8:15
I HIS MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY.
The celebration of His Majesty's
birthday commenced on Thursday
evening with the pretty decorations
of the Bell Tower. This was fol
fowed by the band concert in Emma
Sqare, which attracted a largo au
dience, the native songs being much
admired. After midnight the city
was invaded with sundry string
bands that called at private houses,
arousing folks from their peaceful
slumbers. At six a. m. a salute of
twenty-one guns was fired, and at
seven o'clock yesterday morning,
the nolice force, headed by the
lk "'Royal Hawaiian Band, marched up
King street to the palace, where a
. -foro bp pot-mna wnra niavcci. saiuia-
4i' t-fJ-Q nivnn anft nvnlinncrpd. nnd n.
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v'iJrotnrn m-imli wno mnrlo to thfi Rta-
The shipping in harbor was deco
rated with bunting, and, as early as
eight o'clock, the harbor was
sprinkled with boats of all kinds.
Commenced with the
1 Yacht Race. 1st Prize $75 or Silver
Cup; second $25. If 4 boats start,
the third boat saves stakes.
Sarah Hawaiian flag S. L. Ayelet
Healani W1L. Willcox
Consuelo Red burgee. ..W. ri. Christie
Hestless Red flag T. E. Wall
Pauline J. Murdock
Kahih ilani W. P. Williams
Kapiolani J. P. Colburn
All the yachts came to the start
ing post, the Healani at oncd getting
ahead, and maintaining her lead all
through the race. Her time was Ik
48 min 20 sec. Tke Kahihilani came
in second, and the Restless third,
but the latter was allowed a few
minutes extra time, in consequence
- 8f difference in tonnage, and con
r sequently takes second prize. She
7$ was beaten by the Healani by 24 min
2 Six-onred Gigs. Prize $50 or Silver
Lillu Haw'n flag... Prince Kcliiahonui
Melie Haw'n flair S. Nolan
Tlllie Blue flag Col. C. H. Judd
Kanoelani Haw'n flag O. Stillman
The Melie and Kanoelani were
ruled out, only the Liliu and Tillie
ft coming to the line. The former
won easily in 21 min, 22 sec. The
Chinese were delighted at the victory
t gained by a boat manufactured by
one of their countrymen.
8 Two-oared Boats. Prize $20.
Pualii Red & White.. ..Myrtle B. Club
Shco Fly " Koi
Both started, the Myrtle Club get
ting away with a good stroke ; they
maintained their position all through,
finishing in 9 min, 44 sec.
4 Four-oarcd Gigs. Prize $50 or Sil
Red White & Blue Blue & White flag
., . Myrtle Boat Club
Pualii Red & White flag..A. W. Carter
The Myrtle Club were again vic
torious, winning by a length, in 22
min, 38 sec.
5 Six.paddle Canoe Race. Prize $25.
Ihiihilauakea White Knhull
Ohull Red VVaiohikia
Lcleunae E. K. Llllkalani
Lapakahoc Blue Puu
Only the Ihiihilauakea and the
Lelcanae started, the latter winning,
ter a close race, in 9 min, 40 sec.
6 Slx-o'ared Whaleboat Ruce, Prize
$50 or Silver Cup.
Kinau , Alox. McGregor
Ke Kaa Red , Kuliulo wnli
A good start was effected, but the
Kinau soon obtained the lead and
held it to the finish. Time 20 min.
7 Chinese Boat Race. Prize $40.
There were six entries, but only
three starters. This race caused
' considerable amusement, from the
'''style of rowing adopted by the celes
tials. Tho boats arrived at their
destination in the following order:
i ,Hq Lee. Ah Man. Hov Yean, but
! i ( - a
pike latter received tho prize as tke J
two first did not ndhoro to tho course.
Time 22 min.
8 Swimming Race. fPrizo $10.
The course was from the O. S. S.
Co'b wharf to the judge's boat, and
Pocpoe was tho victor.
0 Yacht Race. 1st Prize $25 2nd
Lena American ting C. Moflltt
Consuclo Red burgee... W. II. Christie
Gnat..... ...W. P. Williams
Some delay was caused in the
start, the Gnat getting nway ten
seconds before tho Lena, which was
nearly two minutes ahead of tho
Consuclo. The Lena howocr prov
ed tho fastest sailer, winning in 1 h.
32 min. 22 sec, with the Gnat sec
ond, and tho Consuclo due this
10 Single Scull Race. Prize $15.
Shoo Fly J. Kal
This was won by the Shoo Fly in
13 min. 44 sec. by six lengths.
11 Catamaran Race Prize $20.
Ka Ehukal Red flag..Uwals Napoleon
Hard Scrabble White & 13lue..M. li. u.
The Hard Scrabble got away first
and was the general favorite, but on
tho arrival of the Ka Ehukal, in 2hrs
and 30 sec, the Scrabble was being
towed in by a friendly steamer.
12 Slx-oarcd Gig Race. Prize $50 or
Kanoelani Blue Col. C. H. Judd
Puaala White... Hon. C. Ulukou
Kapiolani Haw'n flag.... Alex. George
Malic Sam Nolan
The Kapiolani got away slightly
in advance, but was soon overhauled.
The Puaala came in first, six lengths
ahead of the Kanoelani, and the Ka
piolani third. Time 28 mins.
13 Diving Contest. Prize $10.
Pclehu and Awahua.
There were only two entries, and
the prize was one by Pelehu, who
remained under water for 3 minutes.
Pelehu was born at Mahukona on
Hawaii, is over 70 years of age and
won a similar prize at the last regat
ta. He says that he could have
stopped under longer, and is sure
that he has done so, as yesterday he
swallowed none of the briny.
14 Sailing Canoe Race. Prize $35.
Mignou Fiench flag W. M. Giffard
Flying Fish Red S. Naauao
Hokulele White J. H. Makole
Ohul i Waioh ikaia
All came to the scratch, though
objections were raised to the Mig
non. At the close of the race, the
contestants became so excited that
they used their paddles, and had to
sail again. Ohuli won the prize in
vz min. l sec.
15 Five-oared Whaleboat Race. Prize
Kinau Alex McGregor
Ke Kaa Red Kahalewai
The Ke Kaa won easily in 21 min.
10 Tub Race. Prize $10.
Bob, Kahuli, John Kay and Pa.
The course was the same as in
the swimming race. John Kay,
known as tke New Yorker, was an
17 Tug-o'war. Prize $10.
CoursQtas in tke Tub and Swim
, This was an easy victory for Ii,
who towed Kahonuanui, to whom he
was tied, as if he were the Pele tow
ing tke Mignon.
18 Barge Race. Prize $50 or Silver
Piolailehua Blue.. Hon. J. A. Cummins
Hanakeoki White, Red and Blue
D. L. Kinimaka
Kauahcahc Pink C. H. Claik
This'was the most interesting and
closely contested race of the day, a
good deal of money changing harids
on the event. An excellent start
was effected and the boats kept
close together round the course, the
Piolailehua having a slight-lead.
This boat proved the victor in 29
min., 27 J sec, being six seconds
ahead of the Kauaheahe, tke, Hana
keoki being a close third. Hon. J.
A. Cummins was loudly ckcered on
his arrival, and welcomed by His
10 Grand Promenade.
This consisted of a grand pro
menade home of all folks, as qujckly
as tkeir own or tkeir horses legs
would carry them.
The day was everything that could
be desired, there being sufficient
wind for the yachts, and not too
much for the rowing boats. The at
tendance was not so large as at last
year's races, and tho arrangements
for tho ladies on Foster's wharf
were not so good as tkey migkt have
been. Hib Majesty passed most of
the day on board the Waimanalo and
the Judge's boat, and was highly
pleased with the day's amusement,
is own boats having carried off so
many prizes. A salute was fired at
twelve o'clock and another, at half
past five, by which time the regatta
of ICtli November wes pau.
For Sale or Lease.
A SMALL BRICK COTTAGE. CON
sjstlng of four rooms and a Kitch
en. Rent moderate. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Works,
560 Ot Leleo.
A QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 2x3.16.
Also, Iron Tanks. Appiy to
OBO 8m J. H. BRUNB.
THE Y. M. C. A.
Tho regular monthly meeting was
held on Thursday evening, Mr. C.
M. Cooke, vice-president, in tkp
The minutes of the previous meet
ing were read and approved. Tho
directors recommended the election
of five new members, Messrs. J. II.
Hare, W. W. Smitht W. C. Murray,
E. C. Sandford and R. W Horn
burg. These gentlemen were unani
Mr. Athorton reported, that no
further communications had been
received fiom America about a
general Secretary ; that ono appli
cation was made in Honolulu, but
they could not recommend it.
Mr. W. W. Hall, for the enter
tainment committee, reported that
fourteen ladies were arranging for a
fair to be held on 11th December, by
which thoy hoped to realize $400 or
$560, towards the fund for altering
the building and making more
Mr. P. C- Jones jr., reported on
the success of the Sunday afternoon
services, and asked all members to
exert themselves in distributing in
vitations to every person they met.
Ho was doing his best but he
wanted other members to assist him.
Ho felt that they were deeply indeb
ted to Mr. Crnzan, and said that
.his (Mr. Cruzan's) last afternoon
sermon was one of the best ho had
ever listened to.
Mr. C. M. Cooke said that he had
been present at the first service and
noticed many regular church-going
people. He had not been again till
the last, when ho saw that most of
the cougiegation was composed of
Lthe working class.
Rev. A. Forbes, then took the
chair, tho vice-president being- ex
cused. Rev. J. A. Cruzan hoped that tho
temperance committee would assist
him in preparing for tho free en
tertainments. It seemed to be the
opiuion of the meeting that Mr.
Cruzan had done so well that it
would be a pity 4o give him any
Rev. A Forbes then spoke on the
illicit sale of liquor, saying that it
had materially diminished, especial
ly among tho Chinese on the other
islands, and that tke manufacture of
liquor by stills bad almost ceased.
Tke reason was because they could
easily purchase all they wanted,
openly and directly from first hands.
Tke wkolesale liquor dealers were
making a large profit. He under
stood tkis to be so, from wkat was
told kim by sheriffs and residents in
various parts wko said that tke
natives now got their liquor, a case
at a time, instead of slyly by the
On motion, it was agreed that the
building committee be instructed to
proceed with the work on the new
room, but not to expend more money
than tkey kad in kand.
Mr. Hall mentioned tkat $200 was
owing on tke furniture account. One
gentleman koped tkat tke next ckairs
purchased would be more comfort
able than those they now had.
In consequence of complaints
made about persons writing obscene
things on the black-board and in the
visitors' book, and of the lights be
ing put out at nine o'clock sharp,
when gentlemen were reading, it was
decided that the trustees be in
structed to take responsible charge
of the building and give orders to
An interesting letter was read
from Mr. Isaiah Bray, who had been
to the Massachusetts State Conven
tion of Y. M. C. Associations at
Springfield. Ho recommended that
the Honolulu Association become
identified with the American Inter
national Committee by tho appoint
ment of a correspondent. They
would then be entitled to send dele
gates to the American Annual Meet
ings, or to receive visits from tho
International Committee. At tho
convention each secretary was al
lowed three minutes to make his re
port, while ho (Mr. Bray) was al
lowed all the time he warited. He
hud given a history of the Honolulu
Institution, and the fact, that it was
all paid for, created much surprise.
The "modest man" in Honolulu was
compared with Mr. H, M. Moore,
tho "modest man" at Springfield,
who 'was there deputed to collect
money. Ho had offered 825 from
the Honolulu Association towards
their funds, and the offer was re
ceived with cheers. He stated that
Mr. Sayford would probably visit
Honolulu in tke spring on an evan
Tho action of Mr. Bray was fully
endorsed, and the meeting adjourned.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
IMPORTANT SALE i
Pictures, Rtig, Mat", &c, &c.
At Auction by Catalogue, Fx S. 8. Bell
Rock, fiotn Lotnion,
On Wednesday, Nov. 21st,
At 10 a.m. by order of Messrs. G. W.
Mncfarlano &. o.( wo will sell at our
Sales Room Beaver Block tho 1 nth 0
25 Gases of London Made
(forming one of tho Choicest Shipments
ever introduced In Honolulu)
PLATE GliASS MIRRORS
Pictures, ltugs, Mats, etc., etc., com
prising Drawing ltoom Suites, Richly
Upholstered Dining Boom Suites up.
bolstered iri Leather and Morocco, La.
dies Work Tables, Whatnots, Folding
Chairs, Loo Tables, Commodes, C inter
burv'tt. Coffee Table. Feather Pillows.
Reidlng I'liblcs, Mii'-ic Stools, Corner
Biackets Center Tables, Davenports,
Writing Desks, Banning Book Shelves,
Spitoon Footstool's, China Flower Pots
and Stinds, Toilet Mirrors, Hassocks
Also a very flno Assoitment of Pict
ures, Bugs and MuU.
Open for inspection onJtfonday and
Tuesday November 10lhand 20th.
dialogues nre now ready aud can bo
obtained at our Sales Boom.
Lyons &Levev, Auctioneer1".
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
"We have just received from the
Celebrated Tea House of
Of YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, a well
selected assortment of their
PIE JAPAI TEAS,
To which we call the attention of the
trade, and beg to refer them to the
Sworn Certificates of Purity.
PROM LEADING MIYSICIAN8 AND
Consulate of His Imperial
I hereby certify that the Tea marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha
ma, and submitted to me, is in my opin
ion a pure, unadulterated, and natural
leaf. KENSARO YANAGIYA,
His Impei ial Japanese Majesty's
Consul at San Francisco.
Office of Fred. C Keil, Phamaceutlral
Chemist, Market Street Pharmacy
To whom it may concern:
I hereby certify that I have examined
the various brands of Japan Tea, all of
which have been pureha-ed by disinter
ested parties, and found them all to be
more or lc-s adulterated with coloring
matters and other substances foreign 10
Tea, with the exception of lots marked
L P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha
ma. The analyses 'of twelve different brands
gave the following result, viz:
No. 1. Large amount of coloring, con
sisting of Prussian Blue (ferro-cyan.
ide of iron), Gypsum and Soapstonc.
No. 2. Large amount, of coloring, con-
sistln;; of Indigo and aluminous earth.
This brand contains a large quantity
of leaves only reempllng Tea in color
No. 3. Colored with Indigo and alumi
No. 4. Colored with Prussian Blue and
Gypsum, and mixed with leaves from
No. 5. Colored with Prussian Blue, Gyp.
sum and Soapstonc.
No. 6. Slightly colored with Indigo
Plumbago and Clay.
No. 7. Colored with Indigo, Plumbago
No. 8. SliLlitly colored with Plumbago
No. 9 Colored with Plumbqgo and
No. 10 Slightly coloied with Prussian
-Blue. Soapstonc and Yellow Ochre.
No. 11 Colored with Indigo and Plum.
No. B5 LPM L.P. Moore, Yokohama, per-
fcctly free from dutt and nny artificial
coloring or other foreicrn substance.
FBBD. O. KEIL.
Subcribed and sworn to before
me, this VZth day of January,
F. C. WEGENER, Notary Public.
San Fjiancjsco, January 11th, 1883..
L. V, MoonK, Esq.
Dear Sir 1 Having read tho result of
the nnalybis of vailous brands ot Japan
Tea, we conder No. J2, mm krd L. P.
11., packed by your firm at Yokohama,
the only MVaof tho twelve minples fit
for us and paifeclly wholesome the
other biiinds containing more or less in
jurious substances, aud under no be
cumstanccs should bo allowed to cir.
used. A. GounTZ, M.D.
G. J. Buoknell, M.D.
J. L. MiSAitEs, M.D.
SSff"For sale UNREASONABLY
LOW and on most FAVORABLE
G. W. Macfarlane Co,
Good ItuHiuuHH Olinnce.
FOR Balo a RESTAURANT In a
good location, doing good solid
business, with gioceries, fixtures, furnl.
ture, etc. IB years leate
Address, H. F.,
681 8ra This Offlca,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FERE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as largo a firo in half tho tlmo of any other machine.
It docs not get out of oidcrand Is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should havo one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci pcrccntago of insido space than any other safe We auk Soi.k
Agents koh the Abovk.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Bice Cloth, Bhd Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
SlcidRrato Oil in ITivo Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Llbricating Oils a spccinlty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Nciv Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MAGNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Insido Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
'A Iiarge Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
540 tf b
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner Nuuanu and 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.
Tie Largest ant Finest Stock of Mod's, Boy's
and You h's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shces,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
-Don't forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu and Queen
E. O. HALL & SON,
Havo Just added largely to Iholr Varied Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
of evebv DEBCiuiTiOH, THE BEST LUBBIOATINQ OILS,
By tho " Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco ;
TheD.O.Murrav, H. W. Almv," Mallsgu.e," W. H. Dlrnond and from
England, via Panama,
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and the Ceylon, from Boston, a very full lino of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
MAKINO THE '
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
482 lm b
C. O. EERGER, General Agent,
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