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SATURDAY, KKl'T. ill), 1882.
THU DAY'S DOINGS.
Mr. K. P. Adam will sell at Sales
Ttiwiiti. t 12 noon, several pieces of
W.uiiIjIu Heal Eitnlc, also the pro
perty known lis the Coady picmises.
; Regular Monthly Di'iH I'ire De
partment; alarm boll 1:30.
Music Hull: Alaska Miiiitrcls, at
Ilethc-1 Vestry; Gospel Tem
perance Meeting at 7:30.
llethcl; Rev. S. C. Damon, 11 a.m
Fort st. Church ; morning, Rev.
J. f'riiz.ui; evening, memorial ser
vice. In Trof. A. Pratt, 5:30; Kcv.
J. A. (Vuan, 7:30;
Ml. Andrew's Cathedral: Kev. G.
Wi.llnce, morning and evening.
.The Ilaleakala brought 400 bags
The M. K. Smith is 25 days from
Vin Townscnd. .She comes here
.from Mahtikona. She is loaded to
th" water's- edge with lumber for
AVil !er & Co. She biings 4.r 1,000
ft l.imher and K2,."00 shingles.
11. 1$. M. S. Sapplio was alongside
the -learner wharf yestciduy coaling.
Slu1 leaves here probably on Tuesday
'or Wednesday, if no contrary orders
co'i-e by the mail.
The Martha Davies hauled up
ychvday ' opposite the Custom
House. She leaves on Tuesday' for
The Ella may be expected from
.Sm'i Francisco slioitly.
The Amy Turner of C. Rrcwcr
ami Co's Boston line of packets is to
leave Hostou on the 18th of next
D.C.Murray was to leave San
Francisco on the 11th, and may be
expected any moment.
The lolani is due any day.
Thu Dakota left New Castle with
co.l for Honolulu about the 1st.
The Mokolii had Hue weather in
making her Circuit of Oahu. She
pic-j round again on Monday.
Mil. Ellis has bold 100 hhares of
"Waianac stock at S 133.
-. i,-rC(. U1I1 : 'What arc you going
to do about it?" will be Mr. Cruzan's
tli:me Sunday evening.
.Ii .vr fatep up and see that lady and
her four sons in the window of
AVtiici house's store, No. 10 Fort st.
Ywrr'niiAT morning, Fort Street was
lil ). ked for ten minutes or so to all
C.nviage t rafllc.
Tiikui: was much furious riding on
Iioi'i'tnnia street on Thursday eve-
' AY.,, hear there arc no less than three
pi mile in the Government service
Svh.i have not taken the oath of nl-
Ir appears it has always been cus
toiuay to keep the bcrvants of the
gaol ofllcial in plain clothes under
It was rumored, on good au
thority, ycsteidny, that the Minister
in Fiimnbe would leave the Ministry
Inst nightjhiiid a prominent financier
'take his place. '
Tin: Corner Stone of the Y. M. C.
A'n building whs of AVaianae granite.
The sail on the lloor and tho awning
weui kindly supplied by Mr. A. F.
Wn bear that the licenses under
the new liquor law will not bo issued
till late on Monday, the 2nd, so that
liquor will not be solto tho natives
Tin: Alaska Minstrels will i?le a
performance to-night in the Music
Hall. J he programme is lengthy
and varied and wo trust all our
friends will go and enjoy a good
A native was found fast niirlit
near Kanena fall liamrini: to the limb
of a tree with his tliront cut. It
appears lie was missing from his
home about a week.
Chick Justice A. V. Jiuld, the
Chancellor of the Kingdom, visited
the Alaska yesterday' moining. lie
received on leaving u salute of 19
The road makai of the Park is in
a disgraceful condition, but wc sup
pose the Government will continue
to tax people for roads and allow
them to remain unattended to.
Tin: Honolulu Iron Woiks is very
busy just now. They arc just Unfil
ing three boilers, two engines and
double gearing for the mill of the
Waihec Sugar Co.
A memorial service conducted by
Prof. A. Pratt will be held at the
vestry of Fort street Church, Sun
day evening, at 5 :3Q. Special music
will be provided.
How often arc we to speak and
write, about the pernicious practice
of private vehicles being left stand
ing in front of shops in Fort, and
other busy streets without anybody
to look after them 1
Yi:sTKitiMY, at the Police Court,
two Chinese expressmen were each
lined 8r and SI costs, for leaving
their hacks standing in the street
without a driver. Already the new
inspector of licensed vehicles has
begun his good woik.
Tub Hon. S. G. AVilder yavo a
grand dinner party to His Ex. 11. M.
Daggett on Thursday evening. The
British and French Commissioners,
Captains Belknap and Clark, and
many of our chief citizens were pre
sent. No speeches, but a most en
joyable evening was spent.
To show the value of advertising
in tho BtiLLUTis, Mr. E. P. Adams
states that over 40 persons came in
after reading the California Manu
facturing Co.'s adv, and inquiicd
for "sounges," it being a misprint
Pitor. Yauxuly will, on his re
turn from tho other islands next
week, where he lias been on a pro
fessional trip, we understand, form
classes for teaching vocal music,
both for solos and parts, and the art
of sight reading. The Professor is,
wo believe, capable of giving the
greatest satisfaction in this line, his
testimonials show that he has doifc
Ox Monday last, a meeting of
riflemen was held, at which an asso
ciation, called the "Honolulu Killo
Association," was formed. His
Majesty was elected Pie-ddent, and
C. P. Inukcu, Secretary. As tho
result of this a rillc match wit-i held
yesterday afternoon nt the Park,
between n picked team from the
Alaska and another from the mem
bers of the Association. Tlierc weie
eight on each side, and the Alaska's
team scored 210 and the U.K. A.
205. so that the Alaska won by 41
points. AVe publish a full score for
each man on Monday.
AVi: were shown on Thursday
morning a post peculiar looking
reptile, about 12 Inches long, of a
pinkish color, and tapering at both
ends resembling in fact an elongat
ed earthworm. A woman named
Kamaka, residing on Rose Lane, on
awaking early that morning, felt
some thing in her mouth, and put
ting her hand in pulled tho creatine
out. These things arc, we arc in
formed by a medical man, not com
mon, but htill not unusually rare.
lloouLi'Ms en Beietanla street, out
of town, should be looked nftcr by
tho police. Along the lino of tho
tramway which is being laid, barri
cades were piled along the middle
of the street for a long distance on
Thursday night. Fence posts were
stacked in tho street, and empty
boxes and iion railroad tics weie
placed bo as to obstruct tho road.
Tracks of bare feet indicated from
their size and sluipc that native
hoodlums were tho culprits.
Mu. Koiit.r.ii's AVaxwork Exhibi
tion and Promenade Concert opens
on Monday nt the New Music Hall.
The criticisms of the Australian
press speak of the wax figures as
woiksofait, especially those of II
B. M. Queen Victoiia, tho Right
Hon. AV. E. Gladstone, Parncll and
Davitt, the Irish agitators, &c. In
Mr. J. AV. Kohlcr, wc have, no
doubt, a treat in store in the musical
line, as bo is highly spoken of both
in California and Australia. He
plays most musical instruments,
some of which have never been
heard here before. The Hydrovitro
phono is hiniply our old friend, tho
musical glasses, under a new name.
Tho ocarina is a now instrument
simply made out of a piece of clny,
shaped like an egg. It is celebrated
for its purity and beauty of tone.
AVe haT, no doubt, the cutcrtain
ment will bo well patronized, as it
Auction Sales by E.P. Adams
40 Boxes of Apples
At 12 noon.
This Day, Saturday.
Mortgages Mfo of Sale,
By direction of Stephen Spencer, the
Moiigugec named in certain inilcntuie
of moilg.ige, (luted December 7th, 1870,
made by Kimo Kaal, tot.iid Stephen
Spencer, 1 am diicctcd to htll at public
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. CO, 1882,
At 12 noon, nt my wiles loom, all the
right, title ami inteicst of .-.aid Kimo
Kaal. in and to that ccitnln
Piece of Land,
Hunted in Kahihonca, Aula, Honolulu,
Oahu, more paitlcuhirly dr.-crihed in
Royal Patent A'o. rillol, and contains an
iiie.i of OU-tOOtlH of an acre.
For further particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Attornev lor Mortgagee; or
li. P. Ad wis, Auctioneer.
This Bsiy, Saturday,
Valuable Eeal Property,
OX XUUANU AVENUE.
By order of A. .larger, Esq., I will ofTcr
at public, miction,
OX SATURDAY, SEIT. 30.
At 12iioou at sales room, that almible
piece of piopeny la Xutuinu Valley,
known as thu
The lot N pleasantly located on the
bank of Xiummi Slieam, liming a float
age of C87 fctt on the Aenuo. Thu
building-, coiwi.t of
One Lavffc Dwell iiiff
with attic, roomy cellar, Butlnoomnnd
Kitchen, Can luge hoii'-c and stables.
The dwelling has just been repaired,
and is ready for immediate occupancy.
A poitioa of the piucliiiM! monev may
remain on moitgagc at a iciisonnhte rate
ot lntcrc-t. I'm tics dcii ing to inspect
the picmiscs can dli mi upon application
lo A. Jaeger, Em.. or
K. P. An vms, Auctioneer.
This Day, Saturday.
Land in EVlakikL
SATURDAY, SEIT. CO,
nt 12 noon, at my biles loom, by older of
John ami Augtc-t Heimg, 1 will
oiler ot public auction, Unit
Certain Piece of Land,
situate !n Maki'cl, AVuikiki, Oahu.
Belonging to the (.aid John mid August
II (ring, us set forth and riocrlbcu in
Itoyal Patent Xo. !WU!I. containing an
I area of 107 rod-, with all tho right",' pri.
I vllege.saud buildings theielo belonging.
I Tlieie i.s a Miiull house upoii the pro
, purly, uNo K-vur.il fruit tree.-, mid a nam
I ber ol tuiM patches, all ciitltled to legu
I lar w liter. Trims C.ijIi iUcd at e..
pcT.o of purcha.er. .
11. P. A-hum, Auct'r.
Fire Dopartment Notice.
rpiIK FIRE ALARM HELL iu ihc
.1. Hell Tower will bo rung at
4:30 This Afternoon,
thu hour for tho several Companies to
a.-K-iiililc for thu ltcgulnr Monthly Drill.
ml ilc for tl
OHAS. T. aUL'lCIf.
Sec. II. F. Dent.
Honolulu, Sept. CO, 188?. 208 It
Ex " Suez,"
Garnot Chile and Early Roso
In Dags ami Crate, In lots to suit, cheap
203 lw LANE & Co.
"WAKE-llOOMS, Nos. 50 and 58
m mm m host complete
In the Kingdom,
which will bo
Sold at the Lowest Eates.
Made to order at short notice.
E. P. ADAMS,
Tclcpl.ono Xo. 72. ' 207
ey Cfcct full metal, oval front, and 1
-J 4-fccl upright walnut, metal corner
si row CASES ! I
Tho ;l.oc will bo told cheap. Api lvto
D. AV. CLARK,
217 lw No. 55 Hotel urei! .
New Zealand Potatoes !
Ex City of Now York,
For Sale by
iOf lw H. MAY & Co.
W ANTED By a first-class Account
ant and Correspondent, a position
as ROOlCKKErER. Address X. Y. Z.
Vi'M.r.rix ofllcu. 204 lw
7 ANTED A'nyono having n cojiy
ot l lie uook i.niuKuwai" to (lis.
pose of will please call at
201 lxii J. AV. ROBERTSON & Co'h
WILLIAM AULD7"Agcnt to
take Acknowledgments to Con.
ti.icts for L.ibor tor the District of Kona
lland of Oahu, at the office of tho Hono.
lulu U atui Woi ks, foot of Xuuanu M.
"XfOTICE The undersigned has RE.
1 MOVED HIS OFFICE, from "No.
51 King Mreet, to Xo. 00 Xuuanu street,
uu.t to L. Ahlo.
I;i2v L. ASEU.
JOTICE On and after the lht day of
October next, all OutManulm: Ac,
counts will bu presented ut the end of
X.B. C.idi Miles of over $5.00 will re.
celvj the usual discount of 8 per cent.
A. .M. MELLIS. 101 Fort St.
Rjjon dulu, Sept. 4, 1882. 185
NEW MUSIC HALL.
COMMENCING MONDAY XL.
the 2nd October.
Kohler's Grand Wax Works
And Promenade Concert.
The Exhibition consists of
IOO Life Size Figures I
of sonio of the most celebrated
King, Quccim, Statesmen,
PhllantropliNN, &c, &c, of the age.
The Australian Electric Youth.
EdlsonV Talking Machine.
The Kohlcr Brothers in their Gland
Ducts on several musical liutniments
Mr. "Walter Hydes, Solo 1'IanUt.
Admission, fiO cts. j Children, 23 cts.
See day bllN for further particulars.
Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
110 dayd from Liverpool,
Several New Lines
Xcvcr before showu In Honolulu.
Small profits and quick returns, at
202 Ira J. T. Waterliouso's.
rpilE undersigned will pay thu above
X reward for the
DETECTION AND CONVICTION
of the party or parties who
Poisoned his Maro "Lizzio,"
on the night of August HOtli.
Sept 7. (18) E. M. XORDBERQ,
EST For a perfect fitting Gent's Suit,
you'll do well to call at the Honolulu
Clothing Emporium of A. M. Mu.i.ia,
104 Foit street. 202 2 w
Just Received, ner Suez,
From San Francisco,
THE LATEST STYLES 'M
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
Also In Straw and Rough Plush.
Beautiful Plumes and Flowers.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
FIXE LIXE OF
181 ly 10!) F)rt Mrect.
Huro Shoeing a specialty,
A flt-classman being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on thu EKplmiiule, op. IIoppcrV.204
I7U1H SALE, a M U LE C A It T ,
: Apply to
ii. uacMchi a uo
rp0 OFFICER TO LET. on the kcc
JL out! Moor of the building occupied
by J. W. ItobertMin & Co ISO
rpo RENT A Furnlhhed Room, tlvo
minutes walk from the Post Olllrc.
Apply to J. M. Oat & Co.
7UR0ISIIED ROOM to let in a very
Ju plea-nut location. Applv to J. " .
Robeitsou .: Co. 108 lw
rpO LET ONE OOTTAUE,
X. conlaliiing 7 roomy, with stabling
anil every convenience, situated on tho
Plains uiiout 1 mllu from town. Wntcr
laid on. For parliculars applv to
193 lm At E. O. Hall ii buu's,
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