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SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
At 12 lloon Mr. E. P. Admns
will sell nn flth interest in tlio
steamer Jnmcs Mnkce.
Funeral of the Into Horace N.
Farnswortli, from the Bethel at 1
Concert nt Emma Square at 4 :30.
Christmas Auction Sale at Messrs.
B. F. Ehlcr & Co.'s store, at 7
Christmas Auction Snlo at Sales
Room of F. S. Pratt & Co. at 7 o'clock
Gospel Temperance meeting, at
Bethel, at 7:30.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, morning.
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru
znn, morning and evening.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Rev. G.
"Wallace, morning nnd evening.
On Thursday evening there was a
most enjoyable muslcalc at Oahu
College, Punahou, under the musical
direction of the Principal, Mr. AV.
L. Jones. The roems were filled,
as full as comfort would permit.
The company thoroughly appreciat
ed tho music, and departed about !)
o'clock. Tho following was the
programme presented, from which
No. 5 in Pait 2 was omitted, owing
to tho illness of the young lady who
was to have played it:
1 Pliuio Solo, "Aiitlnnto Pastorale,"
(Geibel), Miss K. Hind.
2 Piano Duet, "Andante f rom Svmplionv
in D," (Beethoven) alines N. "Water,
house and A. Kinney.
3 Vocal Solo, "Angels ever bright and
fair," (Handel) Miss A Kenton.
4 Piano Solo, "Milltaiy M.uch," (Schu.
mann) Mr. P. Wntcrhnusc.
5 Piano Duct, "Bridal Song," (Jem-en)
Misses K. Rodgora and A- Rcnlnn.
6 Voral Quartette, "Faith in Spihig,"
(Frnnil) Mrs. Ilanford, MIsh K.
Lewis, V. F. Jones, "W. L. Jones.
7, Instrumental Trio (piano, cornet and
clarionet), "Symphony in B minor,"
(Schubert) Messrs. M. II., "W. P., and
II. M. Jones.
1 Piano Solo, "NenrGiandfathcr," (For
stcr) Miss M. Dillingham-
( it. "Volks Licdchen,"
3 Piano Solo, 1 b. "The Mrny Pea-
( nam," Mr. II. Hall,
a Piano Duct, "Polonaise in A, (Schu.
licrt) MlssN. Lowrcy, Miss L.Tis.
4 Vocal Solo, "Lovely Spring," (Cocnen)
( . "Etude in Octaves"
b nano boio, (yzcrny.)
( 6. "At tho Inn,"
mann) Miss II. Dickson.
C Piano Solo, "Allegro in F," (Beetho
ven) Miss L. Tisdalc.
7 Piano Duct, "Svmphony No. 3 fiom
1st Bk," (Havdn) Mrs. Hanford and
Myron H. Jcrncs.
Tho Band will give a concert at
Emma Square, tlild afternoon, nt
4:30 o'clock. Following is the
Grand March Ricn.i "Wagner
Selection Flying Dutchman, by request
Selection Lohengrin, by lcqucst
Waltz Thino Alono McTsler
POLICE COURT-DECEMBER 14.
Awnnwa. Gaming. Plead not
guilty, was found guilty, sentenced
to &ix days' imprisonment at hard
labor, anil to pay a fino of 810, and
Mclo (w), Wnliawcla (w), Uila
mn, Nawaeclun. Gaming. All
pleaded guilty, sentenced to 12
hours' imprisonment each, and to
pay a fine of $10 and costs $2.10.
Joseph Kcmsley. Drunk. Fined
$5, costs $1.
Ilnnn (w). Charged with willful
murder of Kainailc (k), on the 19th
of October, A. D. 1882, by poison
ing. By instruction of her counsel
tho prisoner did not plead to the
charge, nnd waived examination be
fore the Polico Magistrate, and was
therefore committed for trial at tho
next January term of the Supreme
POLICE COURT-DECEMBER 15.
Fong Kwong, Lo Sam, (ch)
Kcola (k), Hnlinka
turbing tho quiet of tho
forfeited bail of $10.
Leo Sing (ch) vs. Knlwinui.
Action of dnmages $100 for tres
pass. Continued by consent to
Owen J. Holt vs. I. B. Peterson.
Action of assumpsit for $13j.
Settled out of Coiut.
Kan Shin? Chow Cch vs. Ilintr
Kong (ch).-7Actjon for money had
. n'HUreceivPclielUDrf Uontiuucu by
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THE CORONATION PROGRAMME.
Wednesday, Feb. U Stale din
ner and reception, in the evening, nt
Friday, Feb. 10 Grand Review
of Hawaiian Forces, nt Ululani
Park, at 2 r.M,
Saturday, Feb. 17 llorso races
at Knpiolanl Park, commencing at 1
Tuesday, Feb. 20 Grand Stale
Wednesday, Feb. 21 JIooJcupu
from Honolulu people. Tho Pidaco
will bo thrown open for general in
spection by those biinging their
Thursday, Feb. 22 Boat rnco at
1 r.M. ; Comic Opera nt 8 r.M.
Saturday, Feb. 21 Grand lit an
in tlie Palace Grounds under n large
shed to be creeled for tho occasion.
Tho Iwnlani brought 2,!23 pack
ages of sugar this trip. The weather
at Ivan was vciy rough. The native
boy who got killed at llonunpo was
The Loch Leo is 5 i days out from
Xcw Castle, l.S.W., with about
4C0 tons of coal. She is daily ex
Correspondence is solicited on tho top.
Ick of the day, or what may become so.
Wo reserve the right to excise pure
ly personal matter.
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
roq ondctits. Ed.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1882.
Mil. Eihtoii: Seeing a notifica
tion in the JJttily Advertiser in re
gal d to the widening of Merchant
and Alnkca streets. I thought it
would not bo amiss for us poor un
fortunates who reside over Smith
Biidge, to ask vi hat has become of
the petition which wo sent in, and if
there has been any notice taken of
it? We, I consider are entitled lo
a littlo consideration, wo pay our
taxes and do not complain. Even
when tho assessment was raised
scvcnly-llvc per cent wo stood it,
thinking it was done to givo us some
improvement over in our district.
In case of fire wo aro helpless, as
no assistance could rench us, as was
tho caso with tho last fire wo had in
our neighborhood when a life vai
When you reach Smith's Bridge
you nro at the end of tho thorough
fare, or will soon bo to, for tho
stream lias newly washed away the
nairow path which the Government
has kindly given us as tho light of
it would bo no more than proper
for tho Government lo appoint a
committee to visit that district (let
it be on a rainy day) and sec if
something cannot be done for the
poor people who live over there.
We, as a class are working people,
and liavo not the menus to wasto in
buying influence, all wo ask is a
little of the benefits which we have
paid so dearly for. Respectfully,
A Tax Yayi:h.
(By Our bpcclal Kqiortor.)
Aii accident occurred hero on
Tuesday the 12th hist., by which a
kanaka belonging to the steamer
Iwalani met with his death. It ap
pears that tho steamer's boat got
on the reef and in shoving her off,
she was caught by a boa whirled
round and struck the uufoituuato
man breaking his neck, deatli was
instantaneous. lie was buiied in
tho afternoon, the young man was a
native of Honolulu, and much liked
ly his comrades and olliceis.. Had
the new whaif been completed that
would not have happened, it is tho
finest wharf out of Honolulu and
will make the route via llonunpo tho
favorite one. The wharf was opened
for trnlllo to-day, the 13th inst.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Wr. have been informed that the
bouquets presented on Tuesday
night were for two of tho brides
maids. Tin: reason why tho $2,000,000
loan lias not been lloatcd in San
becauso it draws too
Wr. arc tho recipients of an ele
gant chromo wall Almanac for 1883,
from Mr. Wells of tho Music Store.
Tho design is very tasty.
Tin: Band will give tho next
moonlight concerts on Tuesday,
Dec. ltHh, nnd on Friday, Dec. 22d,
in Emma Square, weather permit
Tin: Teacher's Association held
an informal bession on Tliurnduy
evening in Fort Stieet School. Tho
programme for tho session during
tho first week of tho Now Year was
drawn up. '
Whilst bo m y otbci rallies aio
being got up now. Mr. D. W.
Clark's i'llllo of beaultfiJ musical-
. t(sy '
box, worth $100 must not bo forgot
ten. Tickets can be had at his shop
on Hotel sticct. i
Ykstkuhay morning about 170
sheep were landed from tho Iwalani.
Wo noticed, with great satisfaction,
that the usual cruel practice of lying
their legs together has been discon
tinued. Tho sheep were lifted over
the sido of tho vessel and driven to
the pen erected for them.
Wk are requested to draw thot
attention of parents and others to
the fact that on next Wednesday
afternoon will be one of tho last
practices for tho Cliiistmas carols
by tho Fort sticct Sunday School
choir. A full attendance is ic-
Mn. Ciuzan will conduct services
at Fort street Chinch, Sunday, at
tho usual hours. Jn the evening tho
sermon on "A Needed and a Win
nowed Book" will be prefaced with
a short prelude on "Gaps in tho
Pnr.i'AiiATioxs aic being mndc for
Christiuns in all diiections. Icxt
Thttrsday tho Bethel will bo the
scene or a Chiistinas gathering, Fri
dav will brine foith a Christmas
tree for tho Chinese school, and
Saturday afternoon nt !) o'clock a
Christinas ticc will also be shown in,
the vestry of Fort street Cluirch.
Dining the same week tho Iolnui
College authorities intend giving a
tree to the boys attending it.
A fine specimen of local book
binding is to bo seen at Messrs. J.
W. Ilobcrlson & Co.'s bookstore.
Wo understand that he has received
several oidors for others of a simi
lar nature. Wo cannot understand
why the Government with such line
.work in the shape of printing and
book-binding as is done in this
countiy, send so much of their woik
out of the country? People hero
have to pa' taxes and license fees
to the Government and this same
money is used in buj ing outside of
the Kingdom, what could be dono
as well in it.
FROM THE MUSICAL CONSERVATORY,
802 BROADWAY,, N. Y.
I am most happy to bear testi
mony to the great superiority of tho
Mntliushek Pianos. I have been
familiar for years with all of our
most distinguished pianos in this
countiy, and I do not hesitate to
say that the upright is, in all res
pects, superior to the common sized
square, by all other makers,' and
that the Orchestral (cominou(si.cd
squaio) is not surpassed, if indeed
it be equaled, by any Concert Grand
I liavo over seen. . Tlicso Pianos
must tnko the lead of all known in
struments, and their peculiar con
struction renders them ly far the
most durable, and the least liable to
get out of tunc. y
EUOKSK J. Ml'.ltlMAM.
Organist Dr. Strykcr's U. P,
Church, cor. 31th St., and 8th
Of tho lato Horace JSf. Fnrusworth,
drowned at Kahului, Maul, the onlv
child of Sir. imtl Mrs. FnrnTOoith, will
take placo from the lJetlicl, THIS DAY,
at 4 o'clock p. in.
For Wale !
THE Growing Crop of 10 tato patches.
IS, C and 7 months old, with all
ncccxfaiy prlt lieges until ciop is taken
off. NoMMiclty of water. Also, patch
of BWeel potato, ncaily ripe. Price low.
Must be bold.
27!) CA-VEXAOH'S AGENCY.
FRESH coiiiignmont of Prime
To lieT , "
Q LA.HGE Unfurnished Room", five
j minutes walk from l'o-t Olllcc.
78 (JAvnXAOll's AflKNCY.
CTUIE business of a restaurant, good
X Maud, In full running order; stove
and cook house utensils complete. Terms
27i Oavksaoii's Ackxcy.
Geo. W. Bo Loilg Post, No. 45.
O-. .A.. It.
A regular meeting of the Post
will bo opened at Head Quarters,
,K. of P. Ilall, Campbell" build.
Ing, Fort street, near Hotel,
0a Monday Evonlng, Docombor 10th,
at 7:130 shaip. Important Business. Let
everv Coinrado rally.
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MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1002
Foiuth performance of the
Honolulu Amateur Dramatic Club,
in aid nf the funds of tho
"A Silent Protector,"
Comic opi retta
" Trial by Jury."
l)ox plan open u J. AV llobcrUon A;
(,V og, Saturday, ic. 10, ut o u.ui, 271
() On Saturday
16th. and 23rd, at
B. F. EHLER'S STORE,
tUl 1IHIIIII !
Auction Sales by E.P. AdamB
This Day, Saturday,
December ICtli. nt 12 o'clock noon,
By older of Z. S. Spalding, I will sell at
Aii J-Stli Interest in tlio
E. 1'. Adams, Auctioneer.
Unusual Business Opportunity.
Stock and Good Will,
lt at auction,
.Tuesday, December actli,
at 12 noon, at Sales ltoom,
By order of A J. C.utwright, Esq., I will
tell at auction the
Lot, Stoic, Building, Stables. Cook
, house, H01t.es, Delivery Wagons
and all Machinery and stock con
nected vllh tliu Iwkery of Mewrs
Loyc Bros., on Niutanu btrect.
Also, thoso throe very dosirablo Rcsldonco
Lois, with buildings thereon,
Situated on Nuuanu Avenue, near
Kukul, between the Lyceum and the
James Lemon properly.
For further p.iiliculiir.s see posters, or
enquire of A. .1. Cartwiight, or
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
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All who aro invited, or such as aro not
Elegant Dress Suits
Can bo accommodated with ono ol thoso
Superb Black Dress Suits
Only to bo found at my store. Call oarly
and cxamino theso goods, so you may
compare thorn with othors
Honolulu, Dec. Vi, 1832. 270
CHRISTMAS GOODS !
Wo have Just leccivcd and aro !
A large invoice of
Toys, woocljinetalj &c
Statues, ' ""''
&c., &c, &.C,
SOS 2w II. UACKFELD & Co.
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(&I9 PEK M.ONTII,
371- OAVENAQH'S AGENCY.
DURING tho temporary absence of
Mr. AY". O. Irwin from this King,
doni, Mr. W. M. Uipfaud will attend to
the business of our house.
2202m war. G. IRWIN & CO.
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE YEAR IB CLOSING I dc.
Hire to say that all merchants and
storekeepers will find It to their Interest
to patronize 1110 If outside help is ie
quired )o adjust accounts, arrange books,
and general business mattuis for the now
EST Commercial matters of ecry dcs.
crlption attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Geneial Business Agent,
2011m 37 aroruhant Direct.
HOUSE and COTTAGE, on the aiont.
'gouiory Estate, over Smith's
?'J1 illKllCil lltlOHIN,
i vX KIN(i bTHEET, to let, 5 minutes
v lroia J'ort. uiticc.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
Important and Extensive
Sale by Auction
' Valuable Chrisjkmas
New Year's Presents
December 10th, at 7 o'clock, at the
Sales Boom, Beaver Block,
Comprising tho wholo ol tho slock el a
Descriptive catalogue? aro now ready
rmd can bd hnd on npplicatlonto"Ui6
auctioneers. Tho coods will bo on tIow
the day of sale. ,
F. S. PRATT & Co., Auctioneers.,
CHRISTMAS CHEER 1
No Christmas Tablo Is Complete
Without some of
T. I. MOORE'S
Turkeys, Chlckons and Ducks,
Lot of Splendid Sucking Pigs
At tho lowest market rates.
Residence, 219 Fort Street.
J. T. Waterhouse
Has specially' imported ii largo quantity
Suitable for Presents:
for both old and young. ' ' .
Dcautifui Pictures In splendid gilt frames, '
Gilt Brackets and Racks, .
WorK Boxes and Baskets,
Desks, Di easing Cases, Inkstands,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
Book Slides, Satchels,
Christmas Cards, wood and metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon, ,
Papier ainchc Card Trays,
Fiom 5 cents to $23, dressed & undress'd
Doll's Trousseauv and every requisite
5 Parlor Games,
Coninendiums, Star Ringoletto,
Triple Bowling, Balance Games, &o'
12" Everything will bo found to please
the most fastidious taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of a present.
No. 10 Fort Street.
CAKES I CAKES!
Christmas, and New Year !
For sale of all descriptions both
Plain and Ornamental,
Consisting of Fruit, Pound,
Sponge, Citron, &c., &c.
Also, HORN'S well-known
RICH MINCE IMCEAT
Christmas and Now Tear's
IfcOnce DPies !
Also, a very largo assortment of
Fancy Sugar Toys 1
of my own manufacture, and guaranteed
to be free frdm all poisonous colors, no
extensively used in tho manufacture of
inipoi ted candles.
ESTTho largest nnd
Finest Stock of Candies !
consisting of several thousand pounds
of my own manufacture, and guan
iinteed strictly pure, for
Stoam Candy Faclor and etd..-?.
Hotel street, (between Fort & Nuuanu)
201 lm '
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