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"With, which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 81.
HONOLULU, IT. I., W10LNFSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1895.
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AND Alili KINDS OP BtJIIiDINO
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MANUPAOTOUiNa JeweiiEii and Watch-
Kukui Jowolry a Speoialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Morchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, SuaAn Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Ihon, Bbass and Lead
Machinery of Evory Description Mado
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Kinau streot neur Punchbowl
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No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Beal
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
nnd Building Materials of all
Queon Streot, Honolulu.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Peed Company's storo.
city 0RAYAQE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business done,
m 7 tf
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on haud a largo supply of
Chinese Qranito Curb ond always keeps
Hawaiian Curbinp Stouo. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. JLele
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nri!r of cheap Imitation!. The name
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wrapper, and ta blown In the gl&ii ot each ot
Hollister Drag Co., L'd.
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Souvonir Spoons, Gold wire
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Work promptly attended to.
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AMID SMOKE AND SONG.
II INOIiUMr CHICK KT OI.IJII MIVES
AN EVIiNINM! lIVi:it!ION.
I.onii Program of Vocnl mid Inatru-
moiitnl niuiilc Complete I.lat of
It was fully oxpoctod, from its
formor triumph in that lino, that
tho Honolulu Oriokot Club would
afford a raro evening's oujoymont
in its smoking concert last night.
Anticipation was notdiopjointod,
thoro being uo dull momouts in
tho more than three hours thut tho
euterttiinmunt lasted. Joseph
Marsden wub hnppily solocted as
chairman of tho ovum g, nnd bo
sides presiding with jolly good
humor, contributed interestingly
to tho program.
Tho oouoort opened with nn in
strumental trio by Goo. E.
Smithies, piano, Wruy Taylor,
violoncollo, and B. L. Murks,
violin, played suporbly. An
other trio wns givon by tho
sumo musicians lator. Mr. Wray
Taylor, by tho wny, was musical
dirootor of tho ontortainmont, and
his framing of that part of tho
program introduced somo power
ful now talent, besides somo thut
Honolulu long has loved to hear.
Sam Pierce gave a baritone,
and Reginald Cullender a tenor
solo, both winning loud applause.
Mr. Braddock was piano accom
panist for most of the vocal num
bers, and established himself in
the admiring ostoom of all tho
auditors. Oliostor A. Doylo sang
tho latest catoh to reach the mid
Pacific, "Tho Band Ployed On."
He was in primo voice and, in
response to the inevitable encore,
gave a topical nddondum, skil
fully and humorously introducing
names of locul orickoters and tech
nical terms of tho gamo. Ho was
accompaniod by Prof.O.Horold on
tho piano. Mr Doylo wns in tlo
maud numerously at later stuges,
and cheorfully complied, on on
occasion loading chorus in
"Suwanep Biver.' Mr.Marksgavo
a ploasiug solo on tho mandolin,
with piano accompaniraont by
Mr. Taylor. Messrs. Muy and
Stanloy gave a beautiful duot in
tho old song, "Larbourd AYatch,
A. St. M. Mackintosh was
compelled to comply with nn en
core won in a comic song, and
was brought into tho program
moro than onco again with equal
acceptance. His rendering of
"Tommy Atkins,' by request,
convulsed tho audionco. Mr.
Marsdon himself gavo a good
song, and lutor a pleasing diver
sion in jugglery.
An ngreeablo variation was
afforded by calling Editor Towso
of the Star to his foot for a spoooh.
Ho mado many good hits including
a Biy one at tho poouliar form of
cricket praotico tho elub hud
adopted on the occasion. The
club was toasted, and F. B. Auer
bach deleguted the honor of ros
uonding to Mr. Kitoat, who hriof
ly but in his usual happy manner
complied. Mr. Konyon of the
now Independent suokeinrcsponso
to a similar compliment to tho
press. J). Logan of this papor
got off with "Soots wha hae."
Prof. Horolcl, having no music
with him, ably improvised a piano
solo. Dr. Herbert was encored,
nnd no declining accepted, for a
song given in splendid voice.
Mr. Stanloy also contributed a
vocal solo in good stylo, and
Mr. Scott brought down the house
with "a roal Yankee song."
Judgo Whiting shortly before
11 o'clock proposed "Auld Lang
Syno'' for disposal, and tho time
honored song was sung by tho
Trholo company with joinod hands.
Below is a list of thoso who at-
tonded tho "smokor:"
Slrltobertllcrron, Hot .! 11 Thomas, Judge
YVhltlnjf, K M Swnnry, .Ton Mnrdcn, Ilrai-c
Cartwrlclit, J M Mmmarrnt, HFWIchmnn,
A M Sproiill, I)r Murrav, V 11 Aldcrdlcc,
Chester A Doyle, Hct V II Kllciit, Krncut
Smith, YVray Taylor, Ur Cooper, Tom
May, 11 Hli;n,voii nnmm, llco E Smithies,
James Blms, 11 M llnllcntyni', llobcrt Calton,
j n uanicit, senator A Mocking, r u Aucr
bach, 1, M VctlMen, O Kal.cr, YV 1. Stanley,
It L Ancrbacli, Arch. flllfllUn, I'mfeKsor
Horolcl, hnm Piorco, 0 J McCarthy, YV Her
lowitz, 8 J Lorey, O A l'eicoclc, K Kopko,
J Huniberg, Ed Towse, E 1 Spalding, A It
Hatfield (Captain H 0 C), It H Diivio, 0
Hedonmuu, (loo Uruim, V 1? Iioe, W
Thompson. Guy Oeur, P YVnldron, Ii D
Johnson, I)r Snnnnun, Finnic May, II E
unre, A rnotenuimer.ur 1 loibert, lions iior
tensen, Oco.Howc, A Meyer, J K Scott, Regin
ald Callendcr, J Hothwcll, Cant. Jacobscn or
tUe C I) Bryant, CStoccklo, G Careon Kcnyon,
Robert Ulnir. Fred Wood. C S Ilradford. Ed.
Towec, (leorgu Manson nnd D Lo);an.
Ciutlty or Opium In I'oaaoaalon
Leaaee f Clilneae Tlieafr
Loo Yick wus found guilty of
opium in possossion by the for
eign jury named in our doforrod
roport of yostorday's proceedings.
Judgo Whiting was ocoupicd
most of today in hearing tho as
sumpsit suit of W. C. Peacock
vs. E-itagazo. Cartor fe Kinney
for plaintiff; Hartwell and Stan
loy for defondant. Tho following
jury triod tho case: 0 D Chase,
Thos Wricht. 0 V E Dovo, J L
McLoan, Jas Torbert, Henry
Davis, 0 J McCarthy, T J King,
Benj Whitnoy, C L Brown, N P
Jacobson and T M Starkoy. Tho
cuso was going to tho jury aB this
report olosod. It rolates to 300
tubs of safeo.
Jury waived cases are in ordor
from now on at term. Jurors will
therefore not havo to attond any
moro unless specially called.
Leo "Wui, licensee of tho now
Ohinoso theatre, has by his attor
ney, A. S. Hartwell, mado answor
to the oomplaint and potition of
J. C. Olunoy, for an injunction
against tho erection and oporation
of said thoatro. Ho says that ho
boliovos tho owners of the rival
Chinese theutro put np $300 to
onablo tho pluintifY to bring tho
suit. Ho allogcs in effect that Mr.
Oluney hud stood tho musio from
tho old thoatro lor yours, ana
donies tho disparaging statements
about tbo music ho proposos
to give. Lee YYai alBO objects to
tbo jurisdiction ot tho court lor
enjoining an establishment duly
licensed by the propor authorities
anu suujeui 10 puuuu icguiuiiuuo.
Finally ho points out that Mr.
Clunoy's complaint hi not accom
panied by a sworn statement
of tho truth of its allegations.
Iloard of Ileultli,
A spooial mooting of tho Board
of Health takos placo this after
noon at 3 o'clock, to which all
tho physicianB in tho city havo
boon invitod, togethor with rep
resentatives of tho press. Owing
to the lateness of the hour at
which tho Board moots, no roport
can be given in this issue.
See new card of C. 11. Collins,
saddler and harness makor.
Paul A. Moshor, a populnr
compositor recently employed on
tho Star and Advertiser, lonves on
tho Monowai for Now Mexico,
tho climato of Hawnii not being
suited to him.
"290'' is tho number most fre
quently callod over tho telophono
wires. It rings up tho United
Oaumaok Comi'ANV'b stund, whoro
Suporior Hacks with safo and
courteous drivers, aro always to
bo found. A complete livery
outfit, including buggies nnd Yvag
gonottoy, furniehod at tho short
THEY.M.C. A. GYMNASIUM,
DESCHIl'TION OV THE APPAHATDS
nucc to bo tlaed 111 Roveloiilim
There aro twonty-fivo large
paeknges on tho floor of tho Y. M.
0. A. gymnasium, consisting of
barrels, boxes nnd bales, whioh
contain tho varied apparatus se
lootod by Secretary Corbett from
tho factory at Now Haven, Con
necticut, for tho new gymnasium.
Thoso consist of almost every do
vico known to athletic scionce for
developing tho frumo and muscle
of tho humun body, selected es
pecially to suit tho rcquiromonts
of Honolulu's oqunblo summer
Prominent among them may be
mentioned a numbor of Murphy
machines. Thoso are u combin
ation of weights nnd pulleys so
arranged that tho performer may
oxerciso himself in a va
riety of positions and by
bracing himself against foot
boards bring evory musclo of
tho body into play at tho same
timo. Baokboards and seats are
provided for using thoso machines
in a rooumbont position.
Thoro aro nlso sido pulloys and
ropos, to which both light and
heavy weights aro attached, to be
fastened to tho wall and usod for
specially dovoloping tho muscles
of tho arms; also a wrist machine
and giant pulloy, whoso names
imply to uses to which thoy are
to bo put.
In tho assortment aro two ab
dominal mats and appliances con
nected thorowith which are prob
ably for stout people and n ma
chino called tho "hitch and kick"
to whioh Socretnry Oorbolt will
introduco new beginners with
exuborant spirits and lively dis
positions. Similar appliances in
the shapo of clouts and straps,
breast bars and drums uro also to
Among the most gonornlly
known appliancos aro a large
bridgo ladder, climbing polo,
ropo lnddor, climbing ropo, travel
ling rings, iuolino plank, pnrallol
bars, vaulting bar, flying rings,,
jumping board, woodon horse and
buok, pole vaulting board, jump
ing stunus ana parallel bars lor
Thoro aro three bales of assort
ed mats for tho pcrformors to falL
on, a big assortment of dumb
bolls and Indian clubs pf all
sizes and woightB; Yaultingpoles,
punching bng, medicine hall,
spring board, spiromotor and
hoavy shot. All tho smaller ap
pliances aro accompanied with
tho nooossary racks and hooks on
which to keep them whon not in
Machines for moasnring ono'e
height, chost and shouldor dovol
opmonts'nro also included, to
gotlior with u grip dynomt-ter and
an hydraulic rowing machine.
Many of tlieso appliances arc
new to Honolulu gymnasts nnd of
intricato mcohanism, so much so
that it has been doomed best to
await Secretary Corbett's return
boforo placing any of them in
position. It is neodless to state
tho youthful mombors of tho as
sociation aro anxiously awaiting
his expected arrival on Saturday
Tho brickwork on tho old Y. M.
O. A. building is boing cleaned
to mnko it correspond with the
now portions. Pnintors are put
ting tho finishing touches on tho
interior of tho now addition.