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SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 18S8.
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HAWAIIAN EXHIBIT AT MEL
BOURNE. A letter from Mr. Henry II.
Williams, Hawaiian Commissioner
to the Melbourne Exhibition, con
veys the information that he has es
tablished a Hawaiian, coutt at the
exhibition, in which tho articles
sent from hero by the Government
and by private parlies arc displayed.
Mr. Williams says that his little ex
hibit has attracted a surprising
amount of attention, and that it is
seldom without interested and en
quiring visitors. All utter exclam
ations of surprise at thcevidcnces of
advanced civilization, as shown by
the photographs s of our public
buildings, etc. The exhibit seems
to have had the effect of inducing
quite a number of persons intending
to visit Europe by the Suez route to
change their minds, and go by the
way of Honolulu. They so express
ed themselves to our commissioner.
Mr. Williams is demonstrative in
praise of the ticatmont lie lias ic
coived from tho exhibition oflicials
and everybody he has met. He has
a free pass oVcr all the railroad
lines, and is enjoying the sights and
society immensely has gplcndid
health, aud is getting fat. It may
be added that the (colony of Victo
ria, in which the exhibition is being
held, is Mr. Williams' native land,
although he left it when very young.
"The Town and Country Jour
nal" of Oct. 27th, a Sydney paper,
contains a complimentary notice of
the Hawaiian exhibit, specially
mentioning the articles sent by the
It is a great ' pity that this rare
opportunity of advertising these is
lands was not made better use of by
our people. Instead of the very in
significant showing effected, we
might have done something more
creditable to the country, and it
would have been profitable to have
done so. We want increased travel
this way, and a great opportunity to
accomplish that wish has been al
lowed to pass but little used. There
is an immense amount of travel be
tween Australia and Europe, by the
Suez and Atlantic routes, a con
siderable portion of which might
easily be diverted this way.
A WONDERFUL TROUPE.
THE SII.BOXS' rEKFOiniANCU AT Till:
Despite the heavy rain Thursday
there was a very good audience pre
sent at the Hawaiian Opera House
in the evening to witness the first
performance by the Gaylord and
Silbon troupe. Without doubt it is
the finest company of its kind that
has ever visited Honolulu, some of
the acts done being startling in the
extreme, but all performed with the
greatest ease and precision. The
programme opened with a panto
mine entitled, "Rendezvous, or love
in all corners," which kept the au
dience in one continued roar of
laughter fiom beginning to end.
Next appeared four of the Silhons
with a very clever performance on
two rings and for which they were
loudly applauded. The Dale broth
era appeared in a double capacity
during the evening, first as acrobats
when they presented some most dif
ficult feats, and next as clowns. In
tho latter capacity they were ex
ceedingly clever and at tho same
time comical, keeping the audience
in good humor. They did nil sorts
of tricks with largo and small balls,
knives, plates and hats. One of
thorn from the balcony throw five
hats which wcro all planted on the
head of the other vyho was on the
stage. They were deservedly upfl
plauded. Moultou and Dashwny's
performance on the three fixed bars
was something entirely new, and
should bo seen to bo appreciated. It
is almost impossible to describe
what these two men did. Ono of
them weigh 215 pounds, but his
movements are wonderfully quick
and his skill very great. They were
recalled three times. Edwardo's
walking on a tight wire was neat and
But "tho" event of tho evening
was tho trapeze performance by tho
five Silbons. Three of them went
through a Bcries of difficult move
ments o'n trapezes fixed juBt inside
of the proscenium. Another occu
pied a trapeze a few feet below and
while hanging from it by the legs,
caught Walter j.Silboii, who swung
from a trapeze near tho balcony, by
the hands, tho feat drawing foith
tumultuous applaiiflo. Tho second
limo it was done Walter turned a
double somersault in tho air before
being caught. It may well be term
ed "tho greatest aerial act in tho
world." Ida Victoria gavoajeci
tatfon. "Shoo black," and a panto-
mimic novelty "The three rivals"
closed the evening's entertainment.
Friday evening the performance
was repeated and was up to tho
standard of tho previous evening.
The audience was a good one and
testified its appreciation by repeated
bursts of applause.
This evening tho company ap
pears again and should bo t awarded
with a bumper houso, their perform
ance warranting nothing less. Re
served seats can be obtained at L.
J. Levey's salesroom.
II. C. .Scarlo beat Voter Kemp by
twenty lengths, in the race for the
championship of the world, October
27th. Kemp had no show at all.
On the 2!Mb, at Sydney, Kemp
beat Neil Mattersou, in a lace for
1000 a side.
UMim i .ulu
There was a "sound of revelry by
night," at tho residence of S. B.
Rose, Secretary of Wilder's Steam
ship Co., last Thursday evening;
the mirth, music and dancing being
only part of an enjoyable farewell
dinner given in honor of Mr. aud
Mrs. A. D. Thomas, of St. Louis,
who sailed for home per steamer
Mariposa. Mr. Thomas is special
travelling agent for the Mutual Lifo
Insurance Co. of New York, and
has largely increased the popularity
of that excellent old companv dur
ing his visit on tho Islands.
ENCINE CO. NO. I'S BALL.
Tho ball given at the Honolulu
Rifles Armory last evening by Hono
lulu Encine Company No. 1 was a
successful affair in every way. The
interior of the building was beauti
fully decorated with flowers, flags,
cvergi cens,and colored lanterns. At
one end of the hall was a stack of
now hose, on the top of which was a
floral design, and in the background
tiumpets, bats, axes, belts, etc. The
whole effect was extremely unique.
A detachment of the Roynl Ha
waiian Band was stationed half-way
down the hall on one side and play
ed for dancing. The reception com
mittee wore very attentive to those
who attended, and Mr. Robert
More made a capital floor manager.
The programme contained fourteen
dances. Refreshments weie served
during the evening by Air. F. Horn,
the well known catcier, and tliey
were as might be expected of tho
very best kind. Dancing was kept
up with spirit until after midnight.
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Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Special Sale !
By older of Mcssis. Bishop & Co.,
Assignees in n, eeitaiti note of Brown
it Co.. I will sell at public auction at
On Rfionday, Nov. 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOl',
'Hie following deseiihcd
Life Ins, Policies of Frank Brown:
North "Western "Mutual Life, dated
June 4, 1887, lor $2300
Mutual Lifo of New York, dated
Aug. 23, 1875, for 3000
New England Mutual, dated June
G, 1877, for 2500
Mutual Life ofXcwYoik, dated
Jan. 12, 1872, for 2000
LEWIS J. LEVEY, v
On Wednesday, Nov. 21st,
AT lit O'CLOCK NO OX,
I will sell at Public Auction, on the
2-story Coral & Frame Cottage
At tho corner of Hotel and Alukea sts.,
adjoining Mrs. Browii'd residence.
2P"To bo removed
from day of Bale.
within 10 days
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Horses, Carriages &
On Wednesday, Nov. 2 1
AT 1!J O'CLOCK 2VOON,
In fiont of my Salesroom, I am in.
btrmslcd by Ml. W. It. Seal In it'll at
Public Auction, without leservo to iho
highct bid ler his Carnugcs, Hotses
and Harno.-sts, Etc., Etc., us follows;
1 Family Cut-Under Doublo Carriage, com
plcto with Cushions, Curtains, Rugs,
Lamps, Etc., Etc.
1 Browor & Co. Fancy Phaoton, in pcifoct
1 Light Express Wagon with Top, Fast-seat,
2 Bay Carriage Horsos, perfectly gonllo,
lady can drlvo.
1 Black Pony, last under Saddle.
2 Sets ot Harness, nearly now, Etc.
t-Tlio above an bo seen at the
Puntneoii Slablo'a fiom 11 a. m. on Tuc.
day, and at 11 a m., in front of my
auvtlrn room. "Will be sold eeparately
or a whole rig.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
100 St Auctioneer,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
BY oulor o James Campbell, tho
Assignee of a certain Indenture of
Jtortgniro (Mtcii tin -uui nay or uiiiiuury,
18S:t, ninilo by 11. I'llliinlwna and Knlu.
naolo his wife, of liana, Jtaul, to A.
Uniiu, lata of llniui aforesaid, deceased,
and of iceord in Liber 27, on page 201
ami i!03, 1 am directed to sell at i ubllo
On Monday, Nov. 19,
AT lit O'CLOCK SIOOS,
At my Salcsioom, in said Honolulu, the
Pieces or Parcels of Land !
Situate in said liana: .
157 Acrca of Laud in Kahapoull,
Kawnipapa, and holng a portion of
Royal Patent No. 1270.
22 Acres of Land in Wainanalua,
anil uewg a portion oi noyai ruicm ro.
325 Acres of Land in Mnkaalae,
being onclialf of Royal Patent No. 2041.
tSTFor further particulars enquire of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to Cecil Brown, Attorney for As.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1888. 98 4t
By order of J. M. Mnnsarrat, Esq , I
will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, Queen strict, in Honolulu, H. I.,
On Monday, Nov. 19th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOS,
'Uiu following Lands, vl.:
1 Land situate on the Government
Road ntllaUun, Puiu, Hawaii, iintl inn
nlng down'to the bcnsliorc, about nine
miles f join llltlnrt'4 lianch,
Arcm SS5 1J5S-SO Acrow I
This piece, forms a part ofApinal,of
Royal Patent (Giant) Ho. 1013, formally
owned by Kaumn'oa. A lino tpring of
water inal.is Uite L'iml paiticuluily
valuitde. as all who know the District
of 1 una etn well uniltfiMiiud. Tim Land
lias a lot of Kine Cocounut, OhU und
Hula Tices growing ui on it, U well
adapted for agric Itural purports and
U enoirsj by a stone wall
2 Laud hituitc on the Government
Hoad at Waianu, Koolnu, Maui, about
one mile tioju the Kcanae Landing, and
formerly owi.e i by 1$. Kiililinioku,
Avea, C 7-10 AcreN I
Tins i good Tmo Laud with an abund
ance of water.
figyDccds at tho expense of pur; lin
gers. Jiiapi auu surveys can oc fcceii
aud further particulars obtained by ap
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to .T M. Monsarrat, Xo. 27, Mcr
cli.i" t htriei, Honolulu. 9!) Id
By order of Messrs. T II. Davie & Co.,
I wilUellat Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 21, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the Store adjoining my S ilesroom,
Queen street, a Largj aud Varied
Assortment of Merchandise,
To close consigments, comprising
XJR,Y" GOODS !
"White & Brown Gottons,
Uudoislilrts & Drawers,
Large As. ofWoolBlaulets
A Largxs and Varied Afsortmcnt of
Which will be Bold without reserve,
Cups and Saucers,
All Sizes of Plates,
As-orleil Sizes of Bowls,
Assorted Hardware, &c. &c.
Ail Goods must bo Sold Liberal
Terms to the Trade.
TERMS A.1" HA.X.13.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A Good.lJreed of Chickens
xi. am) ihrt e or four Game
Hnostoih p.im bo seen at tho
corner of King and Alnpni
street. 03 Ht
PONY FOR SALE.
QUITAPLE for a
O child. New ro
'erslblo child's saddle
with bridle. All com.
pleto. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Tax Collector's Notice.
I70K tho accomodation of Tax-payers
. in this district who cannot con
veniently call at tho Collector's Olllco
dining business bonis, tho olllco will
bo open for tho receipt of Taxes (In ad
dition to the iibiml hours dining tho
day.) fiom 7 to 0 o'clock in tho eve
ning, from tho 10th Inst., to Dec. 1st
1888, both dates Included.
Any Tux-pnyor in this district who
will leave his iinmo and addicssat tho
Collecter's Olllco, Intimating that ho
desltes to pay his taxes, will receive his
tax iccelpt by messenger, as early
thcieaftcr as possihlo, o whom ho can
ghe the amount, thcicby avoiding tho
annoyance of delay at tho Tax Olllco In
waltlug for the legular turn.
OJA8. T. GULIOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oahu,
Tins Mntnnl I-ife IttHiU'imcc
Oldest active Life Insurant u Company lu
Lifo Insurance Company In the Wot Id.
Its AwoNJuumrj- 1. 183i, amounted to $118,806,851.88 an amount greater
by $35,000 000 than tbu iiwis of the next luret lifo insurance compnny lu
tho worths anil $32,000,000 greater than tho combined capital and BUiplus of
the Hank of Luglaiul.
Tho dividend to Its policy-holders have been larger, aud H manatrrment ex
pensci smaller Hi in in any other company; havlsg paid more than $75,000,000
in dividends alone while tho total outgo ft r taxes and expenses since organisation
has been less than 10 percent, of Its Inconit.
The Company issues every legitimate contract connected with human lifo ami
its policy contrncts aro the most liberal and easily understood, containing no tech.
nlcal proviso that could ever void thoii collection at maturity. Incontestable
after two years and frco of all restrictions, as to residence, travel, mode of occu
pation or manner oi ticatu, wim nucrai casn, or pain up surrender values, tnoy
furnish a certain estate and not a possible law suit.
Call upon or address any Agent of the Company (stating ag'e) for the cost and
description of the "New Whole Premium 'Hcturn Policy." v hereby
the Company guarantees to Return and Pay, in addition to tho faco of-lhc Policy, all
premiums paid in by tho assured, 'if (Until occurs during the term selected
while if tho owner of policy survives the term, ho may settle for cash, or for any
of the many options set foithjln the coutruct.
Special Traveling Agent.
John Wieland's Philadelphia Brewery.
Having received a Fresh Supply fpin that celebrated brewery, we arc prepared
to furnish our patrons with Full Flow wine: "Schooners" as of
yore. In addition, our BAR ib supplied wilb tho
Best of Wines Liquors and Cigars
tho market afford. Wo haro made some additions to our IJAIt to more
quickly supply the demand and not blocknduilie Iboroughlaie
uy imrMy jmirunsiii wunmj; nuns n uc avi vtu.
97 2w ' JSKI & HARRY, Propt's.
Just received a stni.ll consist. mrnl of
Choice French Clarets,
From the well-known fl mi of Dubos
1 reres, and I iiihissu A Puucol,
Clint -mi I jiii'0!-,-,
AIeo, from tho cellais of Horn ins & (Jo ,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In Quiii ts & Mngnums)
Chateau I'Viuiu, 1H.-.H;
Jjy t!iu'a'o(, H Yenrs Old;
Chateau Slurcuux, 1877;
Grande Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
JSSJ-The abovo comprises tho Choicest
ISiatids of "Wines aud Liquois ever im
ported to this market.
FOIt HAI.K 1JY
MACFARLANE & Co.
Per S. S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOIflS, Proprietor.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
THEO. H, DAYIES & C07S.
woisi - - a:
Connmijy of Sew
York, la tho
the United btat
and the JLurccNt
s. e. ROSE,
Qenunil Agent Hawaiian Islands.
For 30 Bays For 30 Days.
GEA1 CLBAM SALE
JIIss Chillbuig will hold a Clearing Sale
tor SO d iyc to make room foi
Hew Holiday Goods
To arrive ehortly.
ill! 1 INFRY
Ms L tL 1 81 L St 3
Ladies' 20 Hat will be sold., .for $8 00
" if " " " ..." 0 00
" 10 " " ' ... " fi 00
" C " ""..." 2 fiO
$12 Ostrich Plumes " . . . " 7 00
4 Tips " " ... " 1 CO
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
Tho abovo Hats aro all New and of the
Latest Styles, and Trimmed with
tho very best materials.
Tort Street. llm
ielling Off at Cost.
Intending to Close Out my present
business, I now oiler
Ladies and Gentlemen can now obtain
(ho Best Articles in this lino
CSTPIeaso Clvo Mo an Early Call.-QSa
an Fort Sticct ahove King. lw
InternalioMl leslirant !
Marine street, $ljjNear Fish Market
It ou ril I'er AVoolc
S C'eiitx i:acli.
The lahlo supplied
with tho hest the
Currle.nnd Kice and Mango Chutney
every day for Dinner.
Boots, L4 Shoes,
m n on
CtT BARGAINS "CDS Now
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pi Ices lltan ever before. New inxolco of
SHBLF-HASDWAEIi, PLOWS & GEE MERCHANDISE.
Novell lew nut! ITmicy (Soculhi, In Largo Variety.
HAVE JUST 11ECE1VKD A COMPLETE LINE OF
Laflies', Heats', k GMlflrens' Bathii Sits,
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
Iii future, Mrs. E. Small -will bo prepared, to do
Cutting" and. Fitting.
OJtr,jL-"'ir.ii ioxt a-TjJD
C 110. V i
FKOwl SliLWiC! & IiVNtJE.
Whlch have iiroved u greil mici'us a! II 'ku ,Suj;ai C , L'htie, tlanamaulu, Kekiihu,
aiini'.i, K loi I 1 al mi. Lnnvnlu eho , uic , itc, nud which
nro.iovtdcd ' 1 !i L' i t.i'oit liuproiroiioiit'.
SPARE PARTS OF
AT LOWEST KATES BY
H. HAOKPELD & CO., Agents.
On kmM of n
GWmm CLEARANCE SALE.
In l'lueli cfc Leather; J)in,uo, OIiihs & Puihui Vnio, Opora &
Murine Clashes, TelescopeH,
3MCnio Boxes, 1B?oy r, 3E5oolrw, -A.llxmxs,
Anil other things too nturjoroiiB to liiontion. All tho ahove
Goods will ho ofl'eieil nt tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
W"Tho ahovo Goods mo Now, PicbIi tiiul of tho Latest Design, having
heon imported ex lccont nn ivals and wero selected expri'tsly for tho trade.
BS 03PEJW 3E"V3EIriW3-S fi
W. H. GBAENHALCrH
lOO JToi't JSU'oot, Honolulu.
Lino of KsT BARGAINS
- 18 & 30 Chambers
THE ABOVE PRESSES,
lor tilxe same.
Ladies' Work Baskets,