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(f TUESDAY, JAN. 23, W
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lecture tly Rev. O. "Wallace nt
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7:00,
Bible CJIns.nt Lyceum, nt 7:30.
l'rco Organ Bccitnl tit St. An
drew's Cathedral, f'Ao
" THE CONCERT
'Opened Villi a chorus, followed by
two comic solos with refrains, in
"Which the niltics of the end men
Merc pnrticnlaily amusing. After
this1 'Sentimental and comic solos
were given alternately, sandwiched
" Willi the nsunl jokes. Owing, dotibt
(less, to the well-known defective
acoustic p'rpncrlics of the building
ihc jokes fell flat occasionally, as
. they could not be heard. Those that
:ould be heard were well npprcciat
' cd,j'spmc of the local hits being os
rpecinlly'good. The1 best liked in this
part of the programme seemed to
be "Gathering Shells," "Kim
.Aloha,", "Ij am coming, darling,
i coming-," and "Come show mode
Plw;ay," the last bringing down the
house in storms of applause and
encores. The vfiiudc, 'Scenes on
Mnhukonn, train," was an exceed
ingly .effective tableau vh'ant. After
a very short intermission the or
chestra, played an excellent overture,
which was followed by a harmonica
feolo, well played by "W. Aylctt. L.
Gusman thendanced a fancy clog
dance,, equal to many professionals.
,J. Fishcrlngn.in appeared, to con
vulse the audience with his comic
appearance, while singing a national
song. Then (followed a banjo solo
from T. S. Kalama, which was ex
cellently rendered in true Ethiopian
style. .Nexticamc the double quar
tette, singing of Hawaiian songs,
which were pleasantly produced, and
then a song and dance by L. Gus
man, which was warmly applauded.
Then a negro burlesque, which pro
duced shouts of laughter at the
comic postures and movements, but
of the dialogue of which not a word
could be heard,' owing to the noise
upstairs. "W.e must say here that the
police did their best to stop the
noise and ultimately succeeded. Next
A. Keumi performed some startling
feats on the single trapeze ; and a
plantation scene, "The return of
Uncle Joe," introducing some very
good singing and step dancing, fol
lowed by tile unrolling of the royal
flag and the singing of "Hawaii
l'onoi" by "the 'troupe, brought the
length' programme to a close. The
house was f I, and all were well
satisfied with the entertainment, pro
nouncing it 'to be the best yet given
b' the troupe. We hope, however,
to scc,thcni &iu pass even this splen
Police Court January 22.
Kika, Kaninkac, G. Eellix, ITy.
Thomas, Kolomoun, drunk, forfeited
bail of S(i. P. McDonald, J. F.
Shaw, drunk, forfeited bail $10 each.
Kcau, Ahinala, drunk, lined $5 and
SI costs, llila,! drunk, lined 10
and 81 costs. , Mipig Loo, assault
and battery on Kauhiwin, fined 820
and $1.50 costs. Knni, Hailama and
Knmekona, manslaughter, reinandedi
froml'Jth, committed for trial to
Supreme Qoi)vt, April.term, 1880.
Keaka, disturbing the quiet of the
night, fined $5 undt $20 coats. Yet
"Wane, re-remanded'to" 23rd.
Vt.Y. Holmes vs. JoeIvciliaha,;rc
The Malolo will take 'all freight
for Kolirda to-day pt 3 j-.ji.
The ivilauea Hon and the Lehua
both leave nt 3 i!m. The mails by
them will consequently bo closed at
2 :30 jm,
Th'o "Wainiaunlo left nt 10:30 a.
r. yesterday fur "Wainnuc, to .bring
up tlio bchooupr,Emmn.
Thc Lilly Ginco, Cnpt. Iluglics,
cnnio in' hi ballast' last night, ! 1
days from Iqi(qic, Peru. She has
been 2 days off, port, and 10 days
ago encountered a spell of southerly
gales. Passed an iron bark lOldnys
ago, bound eastward in 115 N. S'lfo
came from Liverpool with coals to
Iquiqne, and is about 515 tons now
Ykstkiiuay afternoon express No
7 was smashed up out on Uerctania
Hlrccti ''The wheel caniaofl 'spring
broke and thcr parts smashed. The
driver received u severe shaking and
buvcvnl bad, bruitscb,
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
The mnil for San Francisco, per
Eva, closes nt t p.m. this day.
Emma Square was crowded last
night the music was splendid.
Piiki'AUAtioxs for ihc Coronation
arc going on with vigor. From all
quarters we hear of preparatory hulas
being carried on.
Au.vix there arc rumors of the
formation of a new Cabinet. 'Vhc
two Hawaiian members arc to be re
placed by two foreigners, one of
whom was formerly on the Bench.
It has been reported to us that
the algaroba trees on tho mnkai side
of the road nt "Waikiki, from this
side of the bridge to Iicyond the
Park, arc all withered and dead.
Ox the invitation to the Corona
tion is placed the words, "Full
dress." Is it Hawaiian or European
full dress that is meant? Else why
this preparation of foreign cloaks if
not the former?
Is other countries, at a Corona
tion, the herald'? precede the, sover
eign, crying, "royewe, largesse!"
and scattering money to the popu
lace. Here, on the contrary, it is
notified that the people are to distri
bute the lurgessa to the sovereign.
Tin: Police Magistrate is lining
those who arc brought up for drunk
enness a second time $10. This is
a good step as they will think a little
about getting drunk when they have
to pay 10 for their game.
Tun delay of the Suez and Aus
tralia in coming in sight of these
islands gives another proof of the
necessity of cable communication
between Honolulu and San Fran
cisco. How a cablegram would
allay the anxieties now openly ex
It Is rumored that there is a nice
kettle of fish over the precedence of
ladies at the Coronation. If a. man
is a widower, and lias a daughter
married, can she take rank as his
wife and so precedence of other
ladies than she would as the wife of
Tnr.iti: is a rumor going round
town that some of the Coronation in
vitations are missing, and the ex
planation given of it is certainly in
genious. The invitation were hand
ed out to soldiers to distribute, and
at the last up-going steamer they
sold them to passengers as memen
tos of the occasion.
To-Nioht the Rev. Geo. "Wallace
will give a lecture on " A line Art
much neglected," in the hall of the
Library and Beading Boom Associa
tion. The proceeds arc to be de
voted to the purchase of new books
for the Association. "We trust that
they will have a liberal response to
Yestkiiuav morning there was a
runaway of a lumber wagon from
Cooke's wharf. Another lumber
wagon was backed into it and the
horses took f right1 and ran off. All1
the lumber was spilled, but the
horses-were stopped near the foot of
Niiuanu street by a native man with
a shovel, with which he had been
ITi:m: is a question for those who
arc settling the arrangements of tho
Coronation. Are the invitation cards
to bo taken along by those who are
going? And if so, how nro they to
bo carried? If not, how arc they go
ing to distinguish between the in
vited and uninvited, and between
those who arc to sit in high places
and those who arc only going to the
To-Night Mr. "Wr.iy Taylor will
give another of -his well-known free
oi gau recitals at St. Andicw's Ca
thcilral. For this occasion Mr. Tay
lor has secured the assistance of
Miss Michiels, who will sing for the
first time in public on this Island,
Her brother will piny a cornet obli
galo to one of her solos, Lovers of
good singing and music should not
fail to be present.
WnnpisHS havo been quite fre
quent during' the last two or tin ce
days. On Sunday and yesterday
festivities wore held in Mnuoa Valley
at the residence of Mr. Perry, in
honor of his daughter's wedding.
Notwithstanding the distance and
tho bad roads an immense number of
guests were present to do honor to
the occasion and enjoy the proceed
ings. A bountiful provision was
made for the refreshment of the
guests, which was done ample just
ice to. Songs and dances enlivened
the proceedings, and none departed
without wishing long life and happi
ness to the newly married couple.
riom our own Curii'tiiniutcnt.
"We have had two JConrs one last
week and one the present, the wind
blowing quite strong in gusts from
the S.W., but unaccompanied with
any great amount of rain. The surf
was so heavy at Mahukona on Wed
nesday, that the Lehua' landed her
passengers with difficulty, and did
not attempt to land any of Kohaln
freight until her return from Hilo on
Friday morning. To-day (li)lli)
the wind is back in the old N.E.
quarter, light airs and decidedly
. -k.il.. ' t .ful....Si V. '
vsu-uiu-pussugu oi mc lacuna irom
Ililo, a Chinaman who had came on
board sick bound for Honolulu, died
before the steamer got to Mahukona.
The Deputy-Sheriff of Kohaln, who
was on board, was called upon to
cmpannel a Coroner's Jury, who
after due deliberation returned a
verdict that the deceased come to
his dentil from natural causes.
North Kohala appears to be the
banner district in the way of taxes.
It is said that the amount collected
will foot'up 825,000, some four or
five thousand more than any of the
In the Police Court this week, a
native was convicted of selling
liquor without a license and fined
8200 ; subsequently ho was convict
ed of stealing the liquor (a caio of
biandy) from the llalaula B. B.
station, and sentenced to one year's
imprisonment at hard labor. Alto
gether a, dear dozen of brandj and
a poor article, too.
In this city, ut the Catholic Church,
January 21st, 1883, Manuel Baptist to
rpiIE undersigned having puichnscd
Metropolitan and City Markets
On King and Nminuti streets Honolulu,
v ill cany oa the same on his own ac
count under the trade name of
OXXil 512111"' AVutr T-.I3K,
Ah fiom the 1st January, ""hJ.
30 1 at Ghjif.kt Joiixfox "Wai.m:h.
NOTICE. The C.mlnin or
Agents of the lmik Hermann
will not lie losponsiblo for
nnv debts contracted hv anv
of the olllceis or crew of said vessel.
ANYONE having a copy of J. "W.
Knuwahi's "Form Book" to dis
pone of, will llml a purchaser by bending
word to , ,
iO:i tf ,T. "W. Rm:itr-ox & Co.
A RESPECTABLE TIDY GIRL or
middle aged woman to take erne
of children and act an mu?e, 'and to tra
vel with the family in foreign lands.
Computable home ollered with suit
Addie bs or apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, No, 27 Mer
chant street, 303 lw
By Xtev. Geo, Wiilluec,
at the Ball of the Llbrniy and
' Bending Boom,
On Tuesday, January ,23rcl
nt ,7 ;'M o'clock., ,
Subject "A Pino Art Much Neglected."
Adml-sion To Mcmbeis, Fiee,
Non-inembcis, GO cents,, ,003 2t
Saddm'h and Hajixkhs.
of all kinds on hand or jf-!&$-
inadu to older.
No millinery or dry goods for sale here.
Xo steam plows or 'Gorhitin silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale.
No Imported Coronation .slock here.
No boots, hhooa or Peter Funk jowolry ;
But if you wane satisfaction in my lino
call op nie nt 1)2 a&ing st. Mo"
The lUnt Turnout in Town.
PQ&&SF For Hire.
Doner iimi careiui drivers.
Telephone, '8lt. aoa
To thu LailicN J
ELEGANT FANCY WORK
ior Tin: holidays.
OBDERS taken 'and lessons given in
Chenille, Silks, and Crowe) I'm
bioidery, Work to bo seen everyday
from It) it, m. toJJ p. m at 131'Foit sticet
(ucM dour to Dr. Biodie). !J4'4 ijin
DILLINGHAM & CO;
Reserve this space for .iimoimccmcnls of
of which they have
Novelties in all Linos of
JTiiHt; Received; '"
A large Condgnmcr.t of
Kerosene Oil, in faucet nozzle cans, ISO0 Fire Test,
fiom Eastern Bcllnew, for sale in quantities to suit,
at very low prices. , ' ' '
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and tho United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.1. E. WISEMAN,
Eeal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 2T Merchant street, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Lund and piopeity forsale in all parts'of Honolulu and the various .Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. ,
Rooms to lent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
IMILMI IH , HHHIfmfllHlfBF-
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
vvc will hold our
Regular Room Sale
On Friday of each week.
F. S. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
Auction Sales toy E. P. Adams
At the residence of J. 31. Davidson, Eq.
No. 138 Bcretnnia street,
(opposite residence of T.,R. Walker)
Wednesday, January 24tli,
At 10 a.m. will be sold the entire
Consisting in part as follows:
Handsome pailor suit, 7 pieces,
Centre table, fine engravings,
Chandeliers, rug, window curtains,
Cornices, easy ehnlrs, library table,
B. YV. chairs, secretary and'liook ease,
Handsome b. w. carved marble top
BEDItOOM SET, '
Consisting of bedstead, bureau, w.mh
stand, rocker, 2 chairs and towel vuik,
beautiful b. -v. wardrobe, with mirror
full length, linlraud spring mattresses,
pillows, blankets, coverlets, mosquito
nct, a new sewing machine" in perfect
older, chamber sets, single and double;
b w. bedstead.
B. W. sidcboaul, cxt. dining table,
Dining chaiis, glass is crockery win c,
Cutlery and plated waie,
Rcfiigeiator, meat safe,
Kitchen stove, in order;
Kitchen furniture, step-ladder,
"Wheelbarrow, bath tub, hat racks
AKo, large Koa olllce tabic, I. JI. "W,
bookcase, ollltsu chaiis and table,"
E. V. Adajis, Auctioneer.
By the s'tmr City of New York,
DIRECT FROM AUST RALIA,
I,mlies' & Gentlemen's
Embroidered and plain Seats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding Whips and Harness,
Tho finest ever imported into theso Is
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, and
Russet Leather Saddle Bugs,
,T. II. LYXqJI'S,
No. 88 King sti eel.
Jt'hT RlX'EIVI'D ,11V
) Alien & KoliiiiHOii.
A T a meeting of tho Directors of Ka
il piolahi Pmk Association held Jan.
18lh, ip8;i, the following officers wero
elected for tho ensuing year, viz;
A. S, Cleghorn ...... ,Predeiit.
Dr. J. S. .McGrew. . . . Yice.Pn-i.
II, R. JIaefaihine Secretary.
Cecil Brown , . Treasurer.
Signed," II, III 51 AGFA BLANK,
UWlw 'five If. J, A.,
large invoices to arrive.
, ! ,t, '. it i'"1
.ii f - . ,!
"YV ILLIAJI L. GRIEVE this Hay' re
H tires fronii the-firm of Roiikut
GniEVE & Co., which is now composed
of Robert Grieve and Alatau T.-Atkin.
son. ROBERT GRIEVE & .Co'.
Honolulu, JnnJgQtli; '1883. " 80a 31
Notice of DiBHolntion.
THE co-partnership heietofore, exist
ing between Bruce Cartwright, V.
S. Luce and A. W. Bush, under the firm
name or style of the Union Feed Co., is
this day dissolved.
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT -Dated
Honolulu, January 8,(1888.
npiIE partnership heretofore existing
JL between the said parties above
mentioned was not dissolvcd'on the 28th
day of December, 1882. The undei
signed has not purchased the interest of
W. S. Luce and A. "W. Bush, and has not'
assumed all the liabilities of said firm.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1883. 21)2 tin
rpiIE Union Feed Company, composed
X of Bruce Cartwright, V. S. Luce,
and A. "W. Bush, was dissolved on tho
28th day of December, 1882, Bruce Cart
wright purchasing the entire interest of
W. S. Luce and A. ")V. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, ceased to bo
partners in the said Union Feed Comp
any. Bruce Caitwright, the purchaser,
assuming all liabilities of said Company
prior to date of dissolution thereof.
"W. S. LUCE.
291 lm A. "V. BUSH.
Dissolution of Partnership.
""VrOTICE is herein' given that the firm
J-l of Broglie, Spearifc Co. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. A. Wi
Bichaidson retiring. ,
All claims will bo paid by C. Broglio
and J. A. Spear, and all ucb(s will bo
collected by them.
The business will continue under the
ilnu name of Broglio & Spear. i -
John A. Speak.
A. "W. RiciiAitusoN.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1883. 290 lm
ALL DEBTS duo to thei undersigned
must bo paid on or before thcUlst
January, otherwise they will bo placed
in the hands of a collector".
204 2w OAPT. MARCHANT.
A T tho Annual Meeting of the East
xl Maui Plantation Co., held at Bono,
lulu, January 17th, 1883, the following
ofllccrs were elected for itho'oiibuiiig
Col. AV. F. Allen President
J, E. Hoffmann Vice President
P. C. Jones, Jr Sec'y and Trca
W. F. Allen Auditor
Messrs. "W. F. Allen, A. G. Ellis, and
P. C. Jones, Jr.
300 3w P. CJQNES, Jn., Sec'y.
aV o tie.
Having puichabcd the good-will of the
Hotel Strijet iMarket, we.arc now pic
pared to supply oldciintomuiR mid now
ones with tho best nuality of Beef, Mut
ton Pork, Veal, Poultry and EgS l
Shipping supplied wlth.livc stock.
CAVENAGII & Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 203
Tho Ilotol Street Market
Is how in apositlon to supply their cus.
mors with '
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho meal line.
Send in your orders. Prompt delivery,',
BtU ,. UAVUXAUU & CO" ' i '-i