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M EXCELLENT-EXHIBITION i
loosing .neettn-last evening, and FardQ and Music
ino piauorm was Jam ior a jue
The eleventh annual
of St Louis
at St. Louis College.
; Mrs. T. McDonald, Mrs A. Moss-
man and the Missas Mossuvm,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davies, Mr.
and Mrs. G. Hopkins Mr. and
Mrs. T. Duugias, Mrs. E G.
Ganha, Mrs. 0. Weatherwux,
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lucs. Mr.,
and Mrs. Clarence Crabbe, Mr.
and Mrs. T. P. Mtirray, Mr. and
W. S- Bartrett. Mr. and
An event alwavs looked for
took place this morning, and was wnrtl to with interest, bv friends 1 Mrh
weir attended by parents and 0f the institution, is the yearly Mrs J. J. Sullivjin, Mr. and Mrs.
exhibition given bv the scholars T- B Jfcrigue, and
nf St. T,nn?c H..!Wa nn.lsr fh T. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs Stew-
HAWAII'S "BLUE," LAWS
friends of the scholars.
The Board of Underwriters of
this city expect to have a meet
ing ou Thursday next.
The stockholders of the Ewa
Plantation will meet to-morrow
morning at the office of 3Iessrs.
Castle & Cooke.
Two young society ladies leave '
for Kauai this evening Bon voy
age. ' -
able direction and
of the teachers of the college.
On this last occasion which took
pluce last evening the events
were as varied as usual and con
sisted of, 1st: a dr.tma, in 3 acts,
entitled "The World's Fair
Boys," and which pointed the
moral that lionesty was always
the best polic'. and showing in
the tale, the trials and tribula-
Mr Abraham Fernandez has a ! tions of a young orphan lad who,
house to let. The premises are after passing through many vicis-
just what you want!
sitndes and escaping many temp
tations, at least came out
triumphant over injustice and
Mr. B. F. Hoffucker is the
authorized agent of tho Hawaiian wrong. The piincipal character
and Commercial Sugar Company.
. The Holomua acknowledges!
was very well sustained by Mas
ter George Schmder other parts
being well presented by Masters
especial courtesies from Brothers Cowes, Hansmann, Culen, Kin-
ard Mrs. nd Miss Fernandez.
Antone Fernandez, and many,
CONSTITUTION and LAWS
; "Iramed by the -Missionaries.
Albert and .William and Masters
Frank Hughes and M. Perreira at
the St. Louis College concert.
Mr.-Penrose is now. the pastor
ot tho Central Uuion The poor
thing criticized the life of Napo
leon yesterday. Later on he ma"
oven commend on tho life of Dole
or Jesus Christ. In fact ho is
The departure from these is
lauds of.Mr. Hugh Center will be
keenly felt by every body ac
quainted with that popular gentle
man. Mr. Center's reputation as
a sugar man. a plantation mana
ger, and a' hospitable, popular
and generous g-ntleinan lifts never
beon surpassed here. .
Admiral Walker and officers of
the Flagship Philadelphia re
ceived and accepted compliment
ary tickets to tho St Louis Col
lege concert. The Admiral is
suffering from a slight indisposi
tion and could not bo present no
. other American naval officer was.
At tho excellent exhibition
given by the scholars of St. Louis
Collego last evening, Brother
Frank had .charge of tho stage,
' Brothers Albert and William of
-tho music, and singing and
Brothers Thomas and Louis of
tho elocutionar' presentation of
tho drama and the farce.
A b dtalion consisting of three
companies of sailors and one of
marines, was landed from the XJ.
S. S. Philadelphia for shoro drill
at 9 o'clock this morning, After
manouvres at the Makiki reserve
the troops marched into town at
11 a.m. and re-embarked for tho
ship. From the moment that the
Vprder was. given to embark nntil
the last of the six bo-tts, with a
total of 160 men, left the shore
the time was three minutes.
ney, Cook, Steward, Murray,
Jjouln, Willis, Apiki, Lloyd,
Jarret and Hopkins The stage
setting of the piece was very pre
sentable' and two sctnic views,
painted by Brother Frank, added
l.greatly to the presentation of the
prodnction. Musical interludes
wore introduced between various
scenes in the d fferent acts of the
play and consisted of a semi chorus
"Flower Land," the tenor parts
being sung very effectively by
Masters Neddie Crabbe and C.
C'oper; a violin solo by
Master Hansmann; a vocal
solo, "Where are the Friends
of ray 3'onth" very brilliant voc
alized by Master Neddie Crabbe
A semi-chorus "We are march
ing" by Souza, was so well given
thattheBishop of Pnnopolishad to
interpose his authority and plead
for a non encore, on account of
the number of other events on
the programme. A violin solo
by Master .Cowes and a vocal
duet by Master Cooper and Gul-
len ended the musical interludes
of tho drama.
Captain Griffiths wbo is so well
' known and appreciated-here in
Honolulu, both oa account of his
being, the master of tho fast flyer
the bark Albert and his .own
jgenial qualities, fci now feeling
- 'justly proud of tho performance
of his son Alfred, who, in a bic'y
"0 costet At O-KklxBd, held lateJJ
ly, broka the Coast record for 10
hiIm, making, the distance ia
30 miitaUw beatis? ike record
. Part 2, of the programme
begun by a selection from ' 'Falka
admirably performed by the or
chestra. A farce "The office
seekers" was productive of much
laughter by the able presentation
of the official worry which a
worthy Minister of the Interior
sustained from the applicants for
place and pelf. The priucipal
characters were acted by Mast
ers Souza. Spencer, Medejros,
Soares,, and ivairaana. A rous
ing chorus "Bill of Fare"
taken part in by 75 boys under
the direction of. Brother Albert,
made the rafters, ring, and won
.hearty- applause. The Exhibition
ended with a well executed March
"Utopian,' by ?the College
The andience present filled the
large hall to repletion and pro
bably numbered not less than
500 people. Amongst those who
were present was noticed; His
Lordship Bishop of Fanopolis
Rev. Father Leonora; Prof. Alex
ander and Antone Perry, Mrs.
B F. DiHingham. and Mrs F. S.
Dodge, of the Board of Education;
A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools; Capt Boke and
officers of H.B. M. Gha aipiOBf,
A. S. Claghora, Mr Mrs. Tho.
Ld, "Mr.VMrs H.H.Williiaia, -
Mr. ad M. J.F. Bowlw, JCr. fc
A friend came around n few
days ago, and stated that, the re
sult of a few drinks of Long Life
Whiskey from the Anchor was a
smash up. The buggy in which
he was driviug looked like a con
stitutionafter W. O. Smith's
amemdments were passed, and
thb owner looked rather doubtful.
A letter of introduction to 0. B.
Collins on King street, helped
the poor boy. Mr. Collins trim
med, fixed and settled that bog
gy in such a shape that when tho
driver next time tackles the L. L.
W. he won't have a chance to
smash, and if he does, Collins is
still there. '
The Shutzen Clab elected the
following officers last night: Pre
sideut. Carl Filename; 1st Vice
President, Harry Klemirie;- 2nd
Yice President, George. Murk
ham ; Secret ries, Geo. Cavanaugh
and Mr. Cranston; and Treasurer,
TO LET or JLEASE.
A house on. King Street nest to T. K. Walk
er's premise containing parlor, dining"
room and three bedrooms, besides kitchen
biithroom st bles and nil modern convpui
eucts. Eent moderate to responsible party.
FROM THIS DATE, B.F. H OFF ACKER
is alone authorized to draw draft or to
give orders for merchandise or supplied on
behalf of the Hawaiian Commercial and
THE HAWAirAN COMMERCIAL AND
C. A. Srit ECKELS,
General Maun per. -
LAWS of the HAWAIIAN
. CHAPTER IX.
A LAW FOR THE REGULAT OR OF HAWAIIAN
WEIGHT AND MEASURES.
The woights and moasnres approved by the Hawaiian
laws aro those of Massachusetts Tho yard, tho gallon, tho
ton and the pound aro all in accordance with tho weighty
and moasuros of Massachusetts. If woights and moasnres
of any ono do not accord with these, they aro not approved
by this law. '
Here follows a full explanation.
1. If any one speaks of .
Foot it shall be 12 .inches,?
Yard 3 Feet, . i "
Fathom . " . ,2X..rd3,
Chaiu " 11 Fathoms,. '
10 Chains, .
If any ono speaks of -1
Pound it shall bo
1 Quarter "
1 Hund. wt. "
1 Ton "
25 Pounds, .
20 Hundred weight.
The weights used in weighing heavy articlo aro thoso of
Massachusetts. ' " L.
3. In measuring cloth and such liko things, when ono
2 1-4 Inchos,
1 Kail it shall bo
I Quarter yard "
1 Fathom "
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Heaflprters Enterprise Brewing Co.
Largest Consignment of - Beer
that ever,. arrived here, now
jyH J. DODD, FropV
air. mil mm
Solo Mandolinist and Luteist
at the Hawaiian Opera House,-
Tuejtfatf Even's, Jnp
Mus S"ate McGrew, Soprano and
W. I. Warriner. Contralto
Mr, Will. rLHixig?, Tenor
Miss Nettie Burhns. Piano
Miss Paty, Violin
Mr Geo. Parii. Flute
Mr: WrJ- Taylor; Cello
s - " ana
This measuro also is liko that of Massachusetts.
4. In tho measurement of liquids, when any ono speaks of
i Gills, ,
2 Hogsheads, .
2 Pipes, or 252 gals.
1 Pint it shall bo
Theso aro tho woights and moasuros adopted in this"coun
try, not liko thoso now used in Groat Britain, but liko thoso
formerly used there, and now used in Massachusetts. '
5. If any one uses woights or measures at variance with
tb oso mentioned above, and in cdnsequonco of such variance
the ono with whom ho trades suffers loss, or if he uses them
deceitfully; he has broken this law. and shall bo dealt wi(h
as a thief.
This law shall take effect on tho first day of January, in
the year of our Lord
This law was enacted by tho Nobles of theso Hawaiian
Tslands, on this twelfth day of JNovember in tho year of our
Lord 1840, at Lahaina, Slani.
OF MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.
From the time of Eaaburaanadown, the, lawswhich "sho
eeUblisked over the Kingdom in relation to marriagehavo
hbeen valid, and tfeey are still so at tho preent time. .
Her s were u follows:
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