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V i i a If hi , " "ivKl)XESnAY, JAN. 17, 1883. This day's doings. mm. - MOnNINQ. ' Fitncr.nl of the lute Ueovgic Ktlicl Juhntun at 10 o'clock. Lnr!;o Credit Hale nt Store of C. ilrower vV Co. lv E. 1'. Adams, nt 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON, The fitncuil of Geo. V. Pnscoc will take place front the Episcopal Chinch at 1 o'cldclc. EVENING. Knights of Pythias, at 7 :10. 1 -lletliel Prayer meeting, at 7:00. Fori St. Church Prayer meeting, at 7:30. St. Andrew's Cathedral, tiMtnl jjcrvicis, at 7 :I10. Police court January 16. r ' CMM1KAI. CAI.r.N-UAlt. II. Tirbcrt nnd Abo Mnhnuian, affray, fined $1 and SI costs each. Keawenui, assault and battery on his wife, lined 10 and $3.20 costs, and ordered to a give bond to keen the peace towards his wife for 12 months. Mary Ncilson, importing opium into the kingdom, per City of New York, to wit: 2 tins. The ac cused was the stewardess, and had made a bargain with a Chinaman for 82 a tin to carry them ashore. She had a receipt in Iter pocket for 8 tins delivered, plead guilty, and remand ed for .sentence to 17th. Win. Daw son and A. Knpolci, adultery. 1 Ic plead not guilty, she plead guilty, found guilty: Win. Dawson fined 30 and 83.20 costs; A. Kapolci, 2 months' imprisonment with hard labor and 1 costs. Ah Siting, as sault and battery on Ahkati, on the morning of the loth. A dispute arose between them, and he beat de fendant about the head with an iron saucepan, so that his life is in great danger. Kemand asked for waiting for results of injury to Ahkau, granted. Keahialoa, drunk, for feited bail S6. SHIPPING NOTES. Tho Jubilee sailed from Newcastle N. S. "W., on December 28th, with 1100 tons of coal for Wilder & Co. The Julia is undergoing repairs, preparatory to taking the Gilbert Islanders home. " v LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. IIakmony Xodgc I.O.O.F. has de cided to attend the Coronation. Tiik longest flag-pole in town has nt rived for Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1. It is 127 feet long. The Law, .wbicli prohibits drays from being driven faster than a walk, is not strieih enforced as it ought to be. .--. Huvy is it that the Ntiuanit Valley Cemetery fonce remains so long un finished? It is 119 protection at prc "beiit against stray animals. LTlic notice ' First come, first bcrved," has brought shippers of freight, per Lehua, to some alacrity in getting their freight down. No less than ten loaded drays were on the wharf beforo 7 o'clock yesterday morning. Tub second bridge on Nutinnu Avenue wants fixing. It shakes witli even a horseman passing over it. Wc believe it has been erected over twenty years, so that it is time to have it fixed. '- An immense quantity of freight had to be left behind by the Lehua yesterday all Mr. Wilder' own freight included, The traffic be tween Honolulu and tho Islands is increasing month by month. 1 i How long has thci Insane Asylum been at Kalihi? A short time ago jt was at Palama, nnd wc were 'not aware that it had been removed, un til wo saw the head line of an article in Saturday V P.O. A. The large portraits of the Royal Family were won last night by Mr. Smithies, with No. 11, and the small ones by Mr. Gibson, with No. 21 Tho portrait' of the King's mother was presented to His Majesty by Mr. Smithies. Mit. II. Macfarlauo is making steady improvements on his ranch over at Koolntt. He is importing inilcli cows of the best kinds, nud will hhortly bo in a position to' sup ply the residents of Honolulu with tho best of Mtyr J" 00 w.wtlMvu' Tiik Kapiolani Park -.Association 'inct on Monday evening. They had quite a good meeting. Tho follow ing directors were elected: Frank Hrown, II. MaCfarbnc, G. Lucas, C. Brown, J. S. MeGrcw, W. G.. Irwin, II. Lislnnan, A. S. Clcghorn, S. G. Wilder, 1L A. Wideinann, J. O Domtnis. Tin: first boarding house pro prietor that has lite moral courage to drive out those mangy, ttnkhtg, diseased cur dogs from his dining rooms, w.ill not' onty, 'Immortalize himself but greatly increase his busincfas. It is very unpleasant hav ing even a clean dog, let alone a dirty stinking one, come rubbing against your clean clothes, and then snarling and slobbering all round the room, finishing tip with a general fight, is 'not at all calculated to add to one's comfort during meals. Wi: hear from good authority that not less than 200 pheasants have, within the last two months, been slaughtcicd on this island by orders from high quarters, their feathers being wanted for some kind of a paraphernalia on or about the 12th of next month. Tho Game Law, reads, "Foreign-imported birds arc protected by a fine of ten dollars do anyone killing, snaring or trapping them, regardless of lime or season." This wholesale slaughter is encou ragement with a vengeance to those who have spent their money in im porting and time in rearing and watching these imported birds f South Australian Corres pondence. At)i:i.Ainn, Nov. 28, 1882. ' Since I wrote my last "Budget" our Parliament has been prorogued. The cession just ended has been an eventful one ; many important acts have been passed, but foremost among them, viewed from a national aspect, may be placed the bill authorizing the construction of a railway via Nairnc, Callington, and the Murray Bridge, through the ninety-mile desert'to the Victorian border. This bill was carried by a large majority in both Houses, its supporters regard it as our first im portant step towards a union of the five colonies while its opponents contend that Melbourne, being the larger town, will benefit most by it and that our legitimate trade will be drawn in that direction. The outlay will 1)0 about, a million sterling.. The Victorian government is pushing its railway system rapidly westward, and will meet our line near Border town. The residents between Mel bourne and Adelaide arc jubilant with the prospect of being able to visit both capitals by rail. Our Govcrnor-in-Cliicf will be re moved in about three months' time to New Zealand. It will be a great loss to the Colony as His Excellency is highly esteemed for 'his many good qualities ; besides he is a noted civil engineer, and his advice lias been of prrent benefit to the Colony. I nil ftoiuu Australians, may congra tulate our neighbors' on the appoint ment. Tt lias not yet transpired who will be his successor; be that as it may, we cannot benefit Ly the, change Lady Jervois, too,, is dc- scrvedly highly esteemed, she being foremost ,in helping cvcryi good cause : 'her lady-like bearing, liberal ity and sociality have won for her goldein'opinions r.T.ii. ;, ' XNTER-OOL"ONIAL. NEWS. QUEENSLAND. , The Government have ncccptcd the resrgiintion.of Air. Tluvlloii, who' was'feccntly appointed trnlHc innnii ger on the .Southern and "Western Uiiilway. Tho Cingalese labour difficulty Ktill continues. About half the number, landed nt Bituda berg was now wnndoring ovcr'lll. oounlryl Tlic public liayc been warned by Duudnberg niagiatratqa against employing the Hlrolfcrs, on the ground that they arc under lawful engagements to certain sugar planters in Hint district. So the Wiciuiicii iiupei niu oiiihiuiiii uuiiiiim fu inniifllr. inf t Tlmv An nnf. full In' get sympathy, and b'omcthiug more bii))htuutial ; but their position is mobt ttnsatifttactory and dibcreditablo JNonouy Hccms able to solve the labour problom. The l'lanters' AsBoeiation nt Maryborough decided to open communicatioiiM with the Hcv. M. M'Furlnno, of IQw.Guiuea, to bee whether it would be possible to f-ccure a-Hiipply of labour from that quarter. NEW BOOTH WALES. A privato letter from Jlorneo des cribes it as a graiid biigar-growiug country. The writer, who lias had it practical ncqunintnnco with the Jforthvi'U Territory ,hitb tuku up r ,greatjquantityof IniuMn-the former 'pined, which he is" cultivating already. We arc informed that Mr. F. S. J)c Ccsare, a member of the Council of Malta, is nt present on a visit to Sydney, Jurying, been deputed by the. Government of Malta to ascertain whether these colonies afford a fitting field for Malice emigrants. The population of Malta is felt to be excessive' so that it necessary to provide some outtet for the super abundance. Many have emigrated HqVAlgicis, where they have been found very useful both as handi craftsmen and as labourers. Mr.' l)e Centre brought n, few out with him to Queensland, where they- readily found situations, and the proprietors of the sugar plantations appear very anxious to obtain a supply of this kind of labour. Mr. Do Ccsare recently arrived in Sydney biinging with him letters from the Secretary of State to his Excellency the Governor, and also letters to. Sir., Henry Pnrkcs, and he is engaged in making inquiries as to what openings there are for these Maltese people, and also as to the facilities they will have for the acquisition of land. S. M. Meruit. DIED. On January 'lfltli, nt No. 30 Alnkcii st., Gcorglo-Ethoh-tho beloved wlfoof IIjv Johnston, njjul :J1 yuan.. jgy"Tlie func ml will take place fiom her lute resi dunce at 10 o'clock this morning. 1 - ' Auction Sales by E. P. Adams This Day, Wednesday, January 17, at 10 a. m. Important Trade Sale At the Store of C. BltEWER & Co., To close consignment, on a credit to the trade, their Large and well selected stock OF Dry Goods, Hai'chvarc, Knives and Forks Guano, Pitch, AViie, Rags, Scales, Mattress?;, Trunks, Carriages, Csirts, Buggies, Hand Carls, "Wheelbarrows, A.cs, Hatches Grindstone, Harness Belting, Hoop Iron, &c. &c. &c. ifce. &c. &c. E. P. Adams, Auctioneer. CEDAR SHINGLES! Just Ri.ci:ivni uv 20!) Allen & ltoliiiiHon. "1rVnntcl.l T AWO STEADY YOUXG MEN, at: - eiiMoincil to cttinr type. Apply ill the Daily Hiu.i.ktix U);ice.' Wanted. ITiXPEHIEXCED HCOK-KEEPEll, 1 for Plantation on Ivnuai. Apply to 2ili) it II. HacivKKU) & Co. Y HAWAIIAN AMATEUR MINSTREL TROURE SATURDAY EVENING, t J Jnmniry.SOtli, 188:)?. - Q-r and Entertainment New SoitfrK 1 New Solori ! New Duets 1 New Dnnces ! New' Farces, &c. t. 1 Secure your Tickets Early. Ticket's can now he had at .11 iHv. .o1mi'noii 2U! . , ' tfSf Tot ieo -m, ALL . in DEBTS duo to the undcivigncil inu-t he u.iiil on or liefoie Hie :!lst January, otherwi.u tlu-y will he placed in the IuiihIh of a collector. Llt2iv O.VPT. JIAltOHAT. Gr. WEST, Carriage (gjjgfe Builder. Utiggli'S, CaiTiages, Expa-sa Wagoim nnd every Uiud of vehicles uianttfactuicd. niuckumilhliifr, horse-shoeing, and all kinds of rcpaiiiny done. To the laullcM ! ELEGANT FANCY WORK Kor Tin: noi.iuAVS. ORDERS taken' nnd lessons given in Chenille, Silks, and Crewel Em broidery. AVork to he seen oveiy day from 10 jt, m. toS i). in., (it 13J Fpit hticet (nvM door, to Dr, iv). 8,Um A d 1 DILLINGHAM & C(X Reserve this space for announcements of -NEW -G-'aOBSa of which they have large .") inns' ;.' . ''.fvJ ' h ' --Novelties-iu-allt.Liiies of, LUBRICATING OILS. i i .Jurst IfclioeivecU 0 ZQQJ Kerosene Oil, in A huge CoiKlgnniei.t of!(i faticel nozzle cans, fioin Laslcrii Hellnei.-, for at very low 2!)3 - U JUST A KISi: AfcPOllTMhKT OF Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, Ties,-. $c. ALSO THE FINEST SELECTION' OF GENTS' SCARFS,' ,' , I I ' ' IT One in n liox, till of which arc . ( (M Eminent Suitable for the Present Season,' 277 A. W. KICHARDSON & CO. r AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co. .VTTISK. TIHS DATE wc will hold our Regular Room Sale On Friday of each week. F. S. PIUTT & Co. Auctioneers. Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE is'hrrchy given that the firm of Uroglie, Sp'car & Co. is this dny disolved by mutual consent. A. W. itichnnlson retiring. All claims will be paid by C. Broglic anil J. A. Spear, and nil dobtb will be collected by them. The business will continue under the Arm niunc of Broglie & Sncnr. Ciias. IJnoor.in. John A. Spuah. , A. "W. Ricii.utnsox. Honolulu, Jan. 13, 188:1. 21W lm AVantcd, A RESPECTABLE TIDY GIRL or niiddlo tiKcu woninii to take care of childreiiinnil act as nuif-e, and to tra vel with tho family in fmcigivhimK Coinfortnble home oU'cietl with suit- nlile wages. Address or apply to J E. WISEMAN, General Busina-s Agent, No. 27 Mer chant Mrcet. 2! lw1 FOR SALE. One Beautiful Koa Show Case Velvet lined, 0 feet long, Boveled front. Two .locks witli dupli cate ke. ' 2HH Ot E. O. HALL & BQN. The Proceeding! OF THE LATE MASONIC BAN-' (JUET, hand-omely printed on line toned paper, especially for aliroadto hu had at th'c liookbto'res, mid the Pacific Commercial Advertise Office. t , ,;2i)il,2tt Minuted, , C1TUATIQN as private wntclimnn-by O a .sober, .steady man. Enquire nt Sotiinr.'s Ajiicricau Lodging JIour.o( h 2951w-'' sr J Wnnted, NE or Two, JNUltSE MAIDS for miiiilliur cliildrcn. nnd for assist' a nee in t he household. Apply to?N. ' School Streets '" .' 20IU "Wanted, A T G. "West's Ciirrince Factory; No.- J. 70 Queen strceti'Four Good HELP EHS in the trimming shop. Good wages 2)1 lw U. WiSoT. 2 LARGE Unfurnished llooni", flvo minutes wnlk'from Post Ofilce. 273 CAYKNAnit'fl AOENCV. Real Estate Bureau OWNERS of Real Estate wjll always And it tofhclr ndyantugo to place 'their houses and lands in my' cm c for disposal, as I am the only acknowledged Real Estate Broker on the Islands, Agents nnd Planters, nnd all other cm plovers of mechanics and Inhnicm will do well to notify mo when vacancies oc cur. Leases, deeds, bonds, jnoitg.ige, and all other legal paqeis diayn in pioper ItillN Collected, Books and accounts kept, Custom entiles, Letters and Engrossing done, nnd general business ofllcg woik of every description attended to and ulway. on the most reasonable terms. JOSEPH E. "WISEMAN, Oftleo 27 Merchant Stieellouululu J Telephone 173, V. O. Box, 810 rrw w i n v . . .M :jav invoices to arrive. -1 1 . Agricultural Implements, ' !B ) 1 I". f .1 9liU' ... II I. nwtk h-w-www .ii' naii.wi..'tw in 1???.. - 150 Fire' Test, 'i sale in mtnntltlcs to suit, priecH. ii utuX '(ul-tu - -1 1 ' ,1.' 1.1 A. iL RECEIVED, 1 ,.V Notice of IMsisolntloii. ' THE co-parncrship licrctoforc exist ing between Bruce Cartwright, W. iS. Luce and A. "V. Buli, under the firm 1 name or stylo of tho Union Feed Co., is this dny dissolved. BRUCE CARTWRIGHT Dated Honolulu, January 8, 1883. CAllIh THE ptutnership heretofore existing between the hnid parties 4ibovo,i mentioned was not dissolved on.tlie' 28tli day of December, 1882. The under signed lias not purchased the interest of AV. S. Luce and A. W. Bush.ihnd has1 not iissumed till the liabilities of staid Arm. 1 BRUCE CARTWRIGHT. Doted Honolulu, Jnn. 8, 1883. 213 lm Notice ofTDfoKoIntioii. rpiIE Union Feed Company, composed X of Bruce.CaiUvriglit, V.t S. Luce, and A. W. Bush, was di.solvcd on the 2Sth day of December, 1882,' Bruce Carl wright purchasing the entire interest of W. S. Luce and .A. W. Bush, who from the 28th December, 1882, 'rented to ho purines in the said Union Fccib Comp. any. Bruce Cartwright, tho purchaser, assuming all liabilities of ulil Company ' prior 10 uaic 01 uissoiuuon inercor. ' AV. 8. LUCE. 201 lm A. W. BUSH. . Notice. "- - Having purchased the good-will of the Hotel Street Market, We arc now pre pared to supply old customers nnd new ones withfthe best quality of Beef, Mut. ton Pink, Veal, Poultry and Eggs nl lnnrkct'prices. Shipping supplied with live stock. , CAYENAGH & Co. Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 203 C'o-l'ortiiei-Nliip Notice. THE undci signed beg 'leave to notify tiie public that thoy'hnvc Hits day entered Juto a qo.paiJnerVhip jo.carry on 11 Livery and Carriage Enrc business nt the welbknown BtniicI, the Fushion Stables.- The lirniiininc to be known a Sullivan, Buckley ii Co. ' JNO. SULLIVAN, ' JNO. BUCIOjEY, JU. JSU'liiSft. Honolulu, Dqc. 10, 1883. 20l lw ' 1 Notice. "' rpiIE undersigned hegleave'to notify X tho' public tJmt Mr. H.J.'Apnew is 110 longer connected with the Fashion Sublcs, Honolulu, nnd thcrefjrc Joy, will not he responsible for any contracts made by him after thls'drite. "' " SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY' & Co. Honolulu, Dec. I,il883. 201 lw Notice.' ALL persons having claims 'against , the Estate of M. J. ROsoVdecens'ed, will please present them tp the under signed; and all persons Indebted to the nliovo'LMnto will please settle accounts by payment to F. A, Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1883. SCHAEFER. 205 lw THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC & AMI TS nowieady nnd for sale at the.yari. ous jjonii-siQi'cs, in any iiiiiiutiiy hy T. U. THRUM. 288 101 Publisher. The Hotpl Street Mhrkvt Is now in n position to supply their cue. mcrs with Prime Mutton, Veal, nud everything in the mcnl line. Send in your orders. Prompt delivery. 294 Oavehaoh &'Co. ' ' A. S. CLEGHORN & Co. Have received a large' assortment of Boots & Shoes to suit all classes of p'urchusers, 181' CI V r . i I f I ' 1 ,, 1 A 1 &.