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Water ! "Wntcr
Owing to ii scaiclty of water lu
Malilki Reservoir, alt persons who have
water privileges from that reservoir are
hereby notified that the water from that
source will ho shut off every tiny from
(1:80 p.m. to'oiBO a.m., from date until
fmthcr notice. Per order,
C. B. WILSON,
Supci intendciit Water Works.
Honolulu, Oct. J1, 13S5. loMw
BTSIIOr & Co., BARKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnnds.
Draw Eschnngo on the
LSmiU oi Culiibiriiiu, !5. V.
And their agents in
NEW YORK. BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mosr. N. M. Rothschild Son, London.
The Commercial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
This Commeiclal Dank Co., of Sydney,
This Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliristehurch, and Wellington.
The llink of Uriltsh Coliunbl'i, Vlr.
toiia, 13. 0. and Portland, Oi.
Transact a Ueneial RtuiMtm Itusmc-f.
'ma guj guiiannu
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But established for the benefit of all,
SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1385.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Yoscmite Skating Kink 7.
Central Park Skating Rink, 7.
Owing to the large amount of
local matter to be accommodated,
our readers will excuse the absence
of editorial in this issue.
THE FARINI OPERA.
The first concert of the Farini op
era season was given by the company
last evening. There was a fair
audience, mainly composed of sub
scribers and holders of season tick
ets. These pations were furnished
with elegant satin programmes,
others with plain paper ones. The
programmes are headed, "Under
the gracious patronage of His
Majesty Kalakaua I." The King
was present during the first part of
The first part consisted of a very
ordinary concert in six- numbers,
that with one or two exceptions
evoked very little enthusiasm in the
audience. Mr. C. Thrower sang an
aria, "Postillion de Lonjumeaux"
Adams, in a manner that proved him
to be a superior tenor. He was re
called with tumultuous applause that
would not be allayed but by a re
appearance. In response he gave
the liveliest and best sung piece o(
the evening. Mile. Emma Hopf
also made a good hit, proving her
self a contralto above mediocre.
Miss Avery's song was scarcely heard
above the din of the piano. The
instrument was that of the Y. M. C.
A. , and a good one, but the cover
being left off the music was
altogether too loud. Mons. A.
Marchand, however, gave general
satisfaction in his accompaniments
and won applause in a solo. Little
can be said in praise of the selec
tions in the concert part. They
were too slow and heavy as a rule
for the popular ear.
Part second consisted of the gar
den and duel scene from the first
act, and the entire last act of Verdi's
opera, "II Trovatore." It was per
formed with considerable vivacity
by the troupe as a whole, but the
acting was in largo part awkward,
jerky and much too stagy. Indeed,
only the line singing of Mr. Thrower
and Miss Hopf redeemed the opera
from a ludicrous failure. However,
the closing scene was produced with
an amount of animation, that, in
conjunction with the subdued light
and the tumultuous music, seemed
to have an impressive effect upon
the audience. Mr. Yarndley with
his local chorus assisted in the opera,
receiving due applause.
Giving all credit for the redeem
ing features of this company's first
appearance, it would be dishonest
to pronounce it a success. Many of
the subscribers have to-day "ex
pressed their disappointment, and
some even their disgust, with the
opening of tho season, of which such
lavish promises had been made in
advance. There is a general im
pression abroad that tho community
has been imposed upon by an inferior,
ill-adjusted company of two or three
good musicians and as many de
cidedly poor ones, when a first-class
company of artists was assured in
return for tho generous confidence
and support of our leading people.
The following letter from a sub
scriber to the opera, which is given
with the heading written by its
author, is not more sovero in its
criticisms than the views expressed
by nearly all of the many citizens who
have spoken to a representative of
this paper, some of whom camo to
the office to ask, iu the, interest of
the public, that the eulogiums pass-
cd upon tho concert by tho morning
papers should not be allowed to go
THE "orERA" FRAUD.
Editor Bulletin: Tho mass of
adulation bestowed upon tho Farlnl
Troupe by this morning's Advertiser
is simply nauseating' in its utter dis
regard of the merits, ami move es
pecially the demerits of last even
ing's performance. The writer wns
innonsr the unsophisticated many
who, by pledging support to Farini
in advance of any information as to
his merits and demerits as a musical
performer and manager, gave that
shrewd gentleman an opportunity to
impose upon them, of which he took
a very prompt advantage, in bring
ing here a company, on the whole,
vastlv inferior to such as may bo
found in any second rate variety
hull in the States. I attended last
evening, admired the tenor, praised
the contralto, endured the lady
soloist, and was severely alllieted by
the noise produced by Farini and
his alleged prima donna. The tenor
is superior, the contralto good, the
soloist negatively bad, the prima
donna positively bad, and Farini ex
ecrable, all in a musical sense, of
course. The manner in which tho
three last mentioned "executed"
(in every sense of the word) the un
fortunate II Trovatorc, should pro
voice much sympathy for the opera,
and more for the audience. How
long must suffering Honolulu con
tinue to be victimized by social, and,
especially, musical sharps and flats?
One "Who "Was There.
A BRILLIANT SCENE.
The band concert at the Hotel
Thursday evening was a splendid
affair. The front of the building
was gaily festooned with Chiucsc
lanterns hung along over the upper
and lower verandahs. The cupola
was also similarly illuminated and
could be seen from considci able dis
tances on the streets. Altogether
about 1JJ3 lanterns were displayed.
Torches flared under the trees and
along the avenue1, on the lawn. The
bandstand, also brilliantly lit up,
with the bandsmen in their white
uniforms, contributed its share to
the display. The whole scene,
building and grounds, was one of
gorgeous splendor. Both verandahs
were well filled with spectators, con
sisting of hotel guests and citizens,
all of whom were made cordially
welcome. Manager Graham is one
of those rare specimens of the genus
"mine host" who seems to have the
faculty of being everywhere at the
same time. It may be mentioned
that visitors and spectators on oc
casions of this kind, at the Hotel,
are waited upon and furnished with
seats on the verandah as cordially as
if they were regular guests; The
band programme was given in
Thursdaj''s issue, and it is needless
to say that the several pieces were
well played, and were received with
expressions of delight from all
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN CIRCUS
Saturday, Oct. 24th, 2 Shows,
At 2 r.M and 8 p.m.
To-Night ! To-Night !
vVt 8 o'eloclr.
Price, Mcenti, 75 cents and 1.25.
Children, half pi Ice.
Tickets lor Diess Circle and Stalls
can bu lrid during the day at the Elite
Ice C.'ctm Parlors.
NOTICE All accounts again't the
Royal Australian Circus iust bo ten
dered for pajmentat the Circus office,
Dodd's Omnibus Wailing Room, he.
tween tho hours of 0 and 12 o'clock,
MONDAY, October 2Cth.
157 BOBT. LOVE, Business Agent.
rrMIE Adjourned Annual Meeting of
JL tho Stockholdcis of the Ilnnoluia
Sugar Co. will beheld on MONDAY,
the 20th Inst., at IOiKO a.m , at the offlce
of P. A. Sclinefrr & Co.
II. RENJF.B, Srcietory.
Ilouolnlu, Oct. 2-1, 1 8j!5. 159 It
Annual Meeting of
J Hie Stockholder of the Pacific
Sugar Mill will he held on MONDAY,
tho 25th inst., at 1 :30 p.m., at the olilco
of P. A. Schaofer fc Co.
II. RGN.TES, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, lbS5. 10!) It
rrWIE Quartcily Meeting of tho Pacific
JL Hurdwaio Co. (Limited), will be
held at their ofllco on FRIDAY, Oct.
iiOlli, at 10 o'clock a.m.
JAS G. SPENCER, Scc'y.
Honolulu. Oct. 2ii, 1885. 350 Tit
A. New Invoieo ol"
Ever Imported and for Halo in quantities
:VL. 'V. Grinbuuin te Co.
Haw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr-Islaiid S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agriculluial Co ,
Wlldcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
"Walltiku Sugar Co.,
K. O. Hill & Son fit
Wnlmanalo, 800 100.
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokct.
iH Mcichaut Street. 151 ly
ALL per'ous having claims against
the HONOLULU ICC WORKS
CO. are requested to present them Im
mediately for payment, and all persons
owing the said Company arc requested
to make Immediate payment. If not
paid within ten dajs from this date, the
accounts will be placed in the hands of
an nttornev for collection.
. A. McWAYNE, Sec'y.
llonolultigOa 24, lfc85. ICO tf
A GERMAN mil wife, bearing good
reroiiimcndnllons. wants employ
ment. Man umlcrtnnus Garden woik
and Horfc. Woman understands Hoiio
work nnd,Seiving; couple aged about
30. nnd rc-peotablc lookinir people.
Apply to .I.E. 'WISEMAN,
15(5 41 General Bitchiest A cent.
FOR SAN FRANOISUO
The Fine Iron Bin qui'
NOVE M JL1 K X ii h."
For low iaiei of Freight, apply to
1C0 171 THEO. II. DAV1LS A. CO.
I WILL not be responsible foi any
debts emiliacted in my n line with
out my wrilten'oidjr.
Hnniiniaulu, October II. 185. 141) Im
Physician and Surgeon,
Leprosy. Syphilis and Skin Disease a
Specialty. Olllce, mauka of the resi
denco of Hon. James Keau, King Street,
Office floras jS Ifr!"
N.R. Paitics on the other Wands can
consult by letter. 1" ly
THE Cibin Passage per Sle.imers of
the Intci-l-dund Steam Navigation
Co. will be at half rates from Oct. 17th
to Nov. Bid, or liming the Signer A.
Farini's Opera Pc.'on. Per order.
148 2w .1. ENA, Sec'y 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Ice Cream Parlors !
:Xo. S5 Hotel Street.
Delicious flavored Ice. Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit ices,
Sherbets, Ice Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments enn be found always
at this really firt-class rcsoit. Choice
Confectionery and C.iUch in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience of the public wo
pack orders for Ice Creom in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, which hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight
ful flavor and perfect form for many
Mutual Telephone : : .'ISM
Hell Telephone : : : litH
8" Tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors aro
open dally until 11 r.M. U8 ly
Gor. Beretanla & Fanclioowl
'J his elegant Rink has been painted
and overhauled generally . The pinpri
etor, finding, after long iiHago, wood
unservicei.1) o lor Roller Sknting, has
nfter great expense, laid a
Patent Conpsitioi Floor,
And only asks atrial to convince any
one of its great advantages over wood,
for ease lu skating, cleaiillness,',etc.
BfijT" Open uwiry evening iu the week
from 7 to OJrf, and Wednefcday ond Sa
turday afternoons for ladies and cull'
dreo. D. P. SMITO.
TWO Unfurnished Cottages, suilabl6
for gentlemen or private families,
within five minutes' walk of tho Post.
Offlce. Fur particulars apply at this
office, or address B. E. 0., this office.
BEING about to leave tho Kingdom
for it few months, and having sold
all our right, title and interest in the
White Houee, 118 Nituaiiu Avenue, to
Mr. Joseph Vlcrra and wife, wo wish
nil parties concerned having any bills for
or against in in any manner, to present
them for payment nt onco for scttlS-'
incut; alio tho few straggling person
who aio lawfully itfdcbted to the White
House for past "lavors are requested to
bo manly enough to pay for their last
month's Chinese wash bill and black
ing of shoes, for which wns paid Kfitcrnl
months ago, if for nothing rle. '
MR. JONATHAN AUSTIN is hereby
auihoil.ed to attend to all our legal
butlncsi In our nlwenei'.
JAM I-ST. YVIUTK.
158 Ot MARY JANE WHITE.
ANNINO'S ISLAND GUANO In
quantities to suit. Apply to the
PACIFIC AVlUATlUiN l.'U.
At tho i evidence of MUS. WM.
OLIPHANT, No. :i Kukul Place,
On MONDAY, Oct. 20th,
At 10 a. m., will bo sold
IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
illaek Walnut Lounge, Centet Table,
BWvP.irlor Chaim, What Not,
' Hanging Lamp-. Wall llrackels
uSliaile, Rook1-, l m'w Singer Sew ing
b Maehine, iu tine order;
Gurtains and Coinlees. Picture.
Kerosene Lamps, 1$. W. Muibletop
Chamber Set. vi.: RedMead. Ru
reau. Wahtand. Table, Towel
Rack. 2 Ch.iii-1 and Rocker.
Spring Mattree-. M. Net-, HciMcaiR
Pillow Sham. &i'.. IHanket. Towel.
Wardrobe and llureau, Single Red.
Withstand. Sheet. Clothes Racket.
2 Meat Safe. Rath Tub, Rird Cage.
Puil-. R. AW Extension Dining Ta
ble, Crockery and Glassu arc, Table
Cloth, lj. do ivory handle table
knives, 1'do plated' table forks, 1&
doz plated tea spoon. Kitchen Stove
and kitehenwaie. Table, pail-, sink,
ICG 4t E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auct'rs.
A 'J" A.TJCTI07J.
At the lesitlcncc of Mi. J. M. Oat, Ku
kul St., on acounl of departure,
will be sold, on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
At 10 a.m., the
Entire Household Furniture
Hair Cloth Lounicc, Plush Bed Lounge,
IW Car.o Sent Chairs, Picture,
Curtain and Cornice",
Large Center Rug, IJW Centie Table,
Redrooin Set, Complete,
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine,
BW Extension Dining Table,
Glassware and Crockery, Plated Ware,
1 Union Cooking Range, Meat Safe,
Bath Tub, etc., etc.
ICO (It E- A. ADAMS & CO., Auct'rs
By order of C. Brewer & Co , wo will
Bell at public auction, at our salesrooms,
ON MONDAY, OCT. 26, '85,
At 12 o'clock noon, unless disposed
at private tale,
Of tho Capital" Stock of tho Paukaa
Sugar Company. Par Valuo $10
In lots to sujt puichascrs.
Said ".la1) Shales being held by said
O. Brewer & Co. ascollateral security to
note of .lonii. Austin, dated April 1st,
1881, for Si3.liJ8.01, and said 3,8215
ShiucH its collateral to note of S. L. Aus
tin, dated April 1st, 1881, for $82,138,
botli of salil notes oping overdue.
US'- For further pailculnM apply to
F. M. Hatch. - n '
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
141101 , Auctioneers.
CoImhIm BITOT Sail?!
LARGE RED DFISII !
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
N. P. BURGESS,
81 King street, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter nuil Jtullilcr. IIukkoko ami
Draylng and Meamcr Freight carefully
Carriage painting ilono by a llrbt-class
workman at 78 King street.
Jobbing iu above lines attended to with
promptiiefcs, and charges according to
the amount and quality of woik,
Ofllco Telephone, 202. Residence, IDS.
NEW LOT OP
JLUlLi - 0"V3Eft ESJMLiBDaOIJDJSK. Y
Just Opened at-
CHARLES J. PISHEL'S
Corner Fort and
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham
FORT STREET, : : :
Signal Oil, Something New for Carriage Lamps,
Ret Quality Blue Mottled Soap. Eur.i (Iroecr Soap,
a Superior Aitlele.
if'" Fire Proof Saicn, Closing' Out at Low Prices, --a
Full Lines of Goods upon Mot Favorable Terms.
rM) tbe Creditors of the Estate of
X C. "WILLIAMS, a bankrupt, lake
notice: That the undci signed, asiinico
of the Estate of C. "Will iam, a bankrupt,
has, preparatory to his final account
nnd dividend, submitted his accounts as
such as-lgnvc and filed the fe imc before
Hen. A. F. Judd, Justice of the Supremo
Court, at his chiimbei, to whom he will
apply at 10 o'clock a m. on "Wednesday,
the 28th day of October, inst., for a
setilement ot s-aul accounts and for a
dKchaige fiom nil liability as. such a
frlnwe, and for an order to make a final
dividend. And that any person iuler
cstcd may then and there app'itr and
contest the same. W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 188H. lftjflt
UNITED CARRIAGE Co. !
'"piIIS Company, while thinking the
JL public lor its generous Mippoi t, are
still able to furnish first class teams.
The steady advancement of this Com
pany since its organization, two yeais
ago, has convinced us that persons who
drive their own teams not only make
steady competent drivers, but, ns a rule,
are not likely to charge more than legal
latcs. Any passenger overcharged by
any of our drivers will, on application
to our office, have the overcharge
promptly i cturned. The object of the
united uaiTinge company is to Mippty
the public with good teams at legitimate
rates of fare, and hope by eo doing to
merit, in the future, the same liberal
patronage that we have received in the
past. UNITED CARRIAGE Co.
Mutual Telephone, -
HtST Ofllco and Carriage Stand, next
door to E. O. Hall it Son's, corner King
and Fort Streets. 153 lm
Pioneer St'm Candy Factory & Bakery
Manufactures all and every article iu
Confectionery and Pastry and Bread
Bakery from tho best and purest mate,
rials, guaranteed freo from all
Hallways on hand all sizes of ids Rich
anil Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a rich reputation of many
years, and aro ornamented in any
style desired, ond nto sold ot the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam cnnhleb
mo to sell all articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper limn any
other in this Lino of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoanut, hand made and
Mould Creams of oil flavors at 50 cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 5 cents each. Jllnco and Fruit
Pics always on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, Family & Graham Bread
delivered to any part of tho city. Tho
largest midmost vailnus Stock of Con.
fectionery can bo found at
a?1. H O RN'S
Stoam Candy Factory and Bakery.
No. 71 Hotel St., Jbotwcen Nuuanu and
P. 0. Box No. 75. .'Telephone No. 74.
NEW GOODS !
& Co. and Samuel Nott.
: : HONOLULU
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
slmro will be paid to the Share
holders of the Tnter-lsland Steam Navi
gallon Co at their oillrc, on Sit unlay.
Oct. 10, 1885. .LENA,
Sec'y 1. 1. S. N. CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 8, 188."). 145 ft
Bii nil Teleioiin 32.
1-In.wniiiiu I-Ioiel Stnljlow
Com foi table Carriages, good
and Competent Driveis.
JSiiKgion, Wagonettes & Sad
dle HorHcs to .Let.
to Hoard on
Heroes for Sale and Warranted.
US Eing Up Telephone 32. tf
71 Queen fcroot,
Steamer "J. I. Dowsett,"
Rob Roy, Mile
Morris, and Josophlne.
SALT FOR S-AJL.E.
Fine and coarse Puuloa Salt j flue
Kakoako Salt, in quantities to biiit.
Also, large and small Iron Water
Tanks. Paints, Oils, Etc., Ete. C3 ly
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's 'Block, Kiel si
AEFIiitt AHHoi'tiiieut or
Candies & Cake
Alwnyw ou llniicl