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WMIowetfo' Jtro,lt,",n'm,l"ll Iin'tlfnt activity
'In htiilnes' "'" wr "cTtrlhtlcm (lml Indication of
i n, "' on tbJit bldi fair to be eiperlc ncett br all
. ""' traila whan the quarantine shall be ralre.1
X lli rrttrlctlon on travel li removed. For tome
lime part the activity In holiness has been conlneit la
the shipping homes In receiving C0.1U orders and con
alRnnentf. and dlrpaichlnij their patkett with .fnll re
turn carzoea o imf, rice, and a few minor articled of
domestic produce, tthleh at thcnul of thin Aionth will
show a total raluatlon for tho tlx months lhat about
equal onr total ejport for the litetvemonthl only Tour
'years since, the (Irsl year of the trtatjr.
Our export! for thla week foot np a total of $309,783 M,
of which the Klla look $.V.,7.M S), the Kto Hmiiicn
$73,113 SI, and the Consueio trA,M 83- These thrco
vessels took away nearly 3,ffl,WOponnd of angar, be
sides other article! of Islam! produce.
In arrivals wo note the sleamera City of Sydney and
MeeKiw, bark II W Almy and barkcntlne Discovery
from San Kranelsco, and the barkCeder from Bremen.
Tnoileameri brought little or no freight, the City of
Hydney refining even to bring the mall parcel for our
New Aaents. but which, fortnnatcly for all concerned,
followed early by the Mee Too, The Almy and Discov
ery bring the usual atturtcd cargo's, valued respectively
atJWOand JI7.S!. Tho Ceder brings a cargo ol 7W)
tona coal and a number of paiengcr.
II II M H Thetis arrived on the Ilth Inst, from Tahiti,
. en ronle for Victoria, and In hir short atay hire adds
somewhat to the Improved tendency In buslntss,
Thla Haturday evening .Mr. Adams holdi a rale of
Jewelry.clecka, watjhe. Ac. by order of the atrgncc
of the estate of Chlng Vn A Co., commencing at 7
Hy notice clsrvthcre In our columni It will be seen
that the auction builutaa of Harlow Tucker la ills
contliiucu. The prospects of building activity on both cornera of
rSmlBnii '""" !'''. Br Wihl'r& Co.andJamea
Campbell, aro pniinliliig,as old building are being re
moved or torn ilonii. Tnr iltmullahlng of the long
adobe building on the late Hmlson llay Co'a irrmlsc
removi- another of the old landmarks that linked us
with tl)e past. The King Uriel portion of Letvcra .t
. ,1i!?.!i pre?,i,ir!i V'a ""''fgolng chan.-ea Unco the
ti tnplctlnn of lln A Son's extension, adjoining, that
Ji J, 'n't'jrliruve tho appearance of things In
that lection rifthe city.
Our dales from Han Franclsoo are to tlie-llh lnrt.,nnd
from the commercial papers at hand we glean the fol-
The Sugar Market has for some llmo past has been
undergoing changes In advancements In rates of both
raw ami rcUneil grades, not only In San rranclscoimil
iie I'i?0.. ,,ut u. . '" I'""PV. and from the diversity of
instrllintlun and Increased demand. In connection Willi
tlm reported deficit In tho sugar crops of several suirar
producing countries. It lanot unreasonable to look ror
n firm niarki t with probable further advances.
Han r ranelscn rales arc quotable at VJH cts for crushed
or CubotolUJCcts for lowest grade or rcllued yellow.
Terms net cash without discount or rebate.
.Manila basis Is now quoted at $tl.Ul.
.MOLASMKH allows no Improvement on former quota
1 ,onr"li'K,fonil8cta for ordinary tow cts forclioUe.
JtICK may lie said to have a downward tendency, n
"J'VUVi! JI"K ,,.lt' '.'M lo ""' l"rki't by shipments
" i., ' i. tt overland In April sales are made at d eta
with a discount of :i per cent lor rash.
TALLOW In good demand at Oft Gj cts for crude to
TV for relincd.
WOiiL .Market said to be Arm at Bi to 57 cts for
Northern according to grade, and 17 to iw els fur
."l.I,!,lS.llro In i'l1 'lf""iidatprlcca ranglngat from
In It H cts per lb for salted, nccordlng to grade. Salted
l iiina"Vsil t,";i ' 'kin' """"l -'& c,- '
l'l.lWIl-Katra family and Ilakers $1.75 to$3. Ship
ping i.'ja to 4.50. '
1) KAN ami mltlilllima apt in ati nAnn rA.i....
and Sin for th iatr. v
II.U Itecclptsaro largo and stocks frcowlth a weak
market, quotable at ff ' to jVi per Ion.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
June 11-11 II M S Thetis, Stephens, 23 days fm Tahiti
stm Mkellke. from llawall and .Maul
Stm Kllauea Hon. from Kahultil
Stm O It lllshop, from Kauai
13 r M a S Clly of Sydney, Dearborn, from San
13 Sch Warwick, from Kalaupapa
Sell Kulnmanu, ftom llsinaliua
Sell Kekauluolil, from llnnalul
II -Chi stm .Meo I'oo, Cunningham, OK daya from
nt . "m Iwrtlanl, from Knnn, ICau and Maalaca
NH-Stm .las Makeo, from Kauai
Sell .lulls, rrom Mnllko
IS Am bk II W Almy, r'rocman, 17 days from
Sch liana, from Kuan
Sch Mettle .Merrill, from Ijihlna
17 Am bktno Discovery, l'errlmun, 18i daya
from San Krunclsco
Sch Wallcle. from Jlallko
Sell l.eahl, from llonalpo
Sch Kuuikcauull, from llonokaA
,,, tier bk Ceder, Uohlfs, ir.l days from Bremen
Stm Mokolll, from Koolau
18-Slin O It lllshop, from Kauai
Outside IIiiunu is.
fjJune 18,6a. . Am bk Talnler, Wulrr, from Tort
Am bk .Martha Itldeoitt, Wlckbcrg,
from l'ort lllakcly.
June ierP M S IS City of SjUnoy, Dearborn for Sydney
, il3-Slm Mlauea Hon, lor Kahiilul
Sch Jennie Walker, fur Kau
Sch Haleakala, for Illlo
Sch I. uka, for Kohalu
bell l'aualil, for Oukala
1 l-Am bktno Klla, Turner, for San Francisco
Kim I ..I. hi r..i M..I..Lnl n.l at
...... ... ....... w. i-tiriiFntii iiiii, iiuilil
Mm I.lkellke, for .Maul and Hawaii
Sim C It lllshoi), ror Kauai
12 Am tern W I, Hub. Curtis, fr San l'ranclscn
Chi stm Meo Too, Cunningham, fr Hongkong
uainiea sen viviu, uawicy. for l''aiininc a la
Sch Kekauluolil, for llanalel
10 Am liklno Kate Sudden, Ilntes, for San 1'
Am liigtun Uouanel", Howard, frSanl'ranclsco
, Sch Warwick, fr Kaljupapa
17 Sch Maua, fur Wnlanae
Sch Julia, for Illlo and Hawaii.
Sch .Manuoi.awul, for llanamnuln
Sch l'riuce, for I'linii
Am lik California, l.ovp,, for Iloyal Itnads. It C
Am bktno Amelia. I'oyc, fiid'orl Blakcly
t Vcaaol In Port.
II. 11. JI. S. Thetis. Stephens
Am bk ll.VT. Aim), 1'retninu.
Am bklnu Discovery, l'errlman.
Haw bgtnc 1'umare.
Am bgiuo . Morning Star, llray
Haw ligtuo btotm Ulrd.'t'lernoy
Haw brgtno Siirprlsc. Jackson. t
Am bk California, l.ote.
Am bktno Amelia, Kuyo
Itr bk Zoo, Campbell
Vsawela Expootecl at Honolulu, from Foreign,
Haw bk Kale, Ilolhfut, Loudon, due II. Hackfcld & Co.
Am bk Cheshire, llachelder, New York, over duo
. Castle Cooke, Agents
Am bk Amlo, Sumlbcrg, Newcastlo, N 8 y Uuo
Allen ,t Holilnson, Agents
IHIt ship City of Bombay, Lowell, (llasgow, duo Aucust
IU-15, (1 W Macfarfano .t Co. Agenta K
llrtt bk Sullolk, Ilyford, London, duo Aug aa), C Brew
er ,t Co, Agent
llrtt bk Obcron, lluncy, Liverpool, to sail April a.
T II Dave. Agent.
Brit bk Uleugaber, -Mtdhro. Liverpool, duo Sept 1-5
J T Watcrhoiuc, Agent.
Am bitne Haianl, Miller, Nanalmo for Kahiilul, Haul.
Am schr American Olrl, Itjckus, l'ort Uhikely,
UerS S llvsucrla, I'etcrsoti, Whampim, due II Hackfcld
ik Co, Agents
Am bk Jauuy l'ltts, Slet ert, Vott (iambic, due July MO
11 llackfold X Co, Agents.
Brit Ik Ollunise, Aruolil. from Newcastle, N H V
due, llackfeld it Co, Agents
Hawbk lolanl.Uarrels, llrcuicn, tosall In Mar, Hack.
a feld tt Co, Agenls
bk lllrcU llrove, , from Newcastle, NSW,
Wilder A Co, Agenta '
Am bk Ferris SThouipon, Toller, New York, loading
.May II. Castle ,t Cooke, Agenta
Am bk Ceylon, Ilallclt, Boston, loading .May 10. O
. -. Brewer Jt Co, Agents
5 AmibklnoMane A. Palklnburg, Hubbard, Kan Fran
' J Cisco, ilno. July l-o
M Kobert K, Clayton, Callao, cu route to'llong
hong, duo July SU-S.N
Am bk Camilcu. llarillis, fort (iambic, Uuo Juno !3-a
'II. Hackfcld A Co. Agenta T
Am bk Henry Buck, 1M la, Ueiiarturo Bay. loading
JunM, Allen ltobluson, Agenta
Haw bk Marllght. Scar. Now CasiTe, N. s. W. dua
.Am bk WrestUr, bchnauer, San Francisco, chattered
Juno 4, Agents
ltoyal Yacht Wanderer. Tahiti, dua In allJune
.Am bglua J. D Sprvckiils. Douglass, San Francisco.
due June CJ-!W W II. Irwin A Co, Agents
V. M. S. 8. CUy of New York, Beabury, Sydney, dua
July 4.11 Ilackreld A Co, Agents
. V. M.S. S, Australia, Carglll, sou Francisco, duo July
,0, II. lUtkfelditiJo, Agents v
TUa lalest tutelllgeuce receltvd from the.U b b
I.ackawauna, the was at Arlca, I'eru, aud.bad not
aalleJ far Tahiti, as repotted.
Secretary Hunt bas fiirwartled Instructions to Com
uaudar Cooper, couiuuudluic ln U S tt Alllante, now
at Norfolk: Va., topreiaiii his ship, with all possible
dispatch, in ptocevd ou a cruise lu search of the Jean
)i;Ue, belvsM-u lltecnlaud. Icelaud, and the coast of
' Niuwsn ami aa .far as tlio northern coast of Sptlx
bergn,lf It l possible to get there without enrlangtr.
ThebkKdwarU .May was cbartsrej to load wheat at
hau Franclscit for Llserpool at W 13s.
, TbescuCUiia bpreckels. Cousins, arrived at Kabn
lut, Mtul.uu i June Mh, 14 daya and 10 hours from Kan
V ri.nci.ci, bha. will loa'l augar at that iotl for San
. KraitcUco dttsxt. (or ulch uort sb probably sailed
1 vto-4ay,' ' -
Sprxktls new sch Anna. ilcCulloch, arrlyed at Ka
hulul. June lh, 1) dsyt and Id hours from Aptoa. bha
Is said to baa beauty, and lua flu passenger accommo
dations. &b was In return to ban Francisco direct
last Sunday lUto), with a lull cargo of auar,
Tk Uoyal Yacht Wanderer Is expected her shortly
from Tahiti. '
Tk 'Am Missionary tocki Warning Bur li at
Tlbbtl 4 IsorrntoB'e waarf, whr st has bad a
ahorosik vthaullti(. palatine, '' ba aovt Jooka aa
jurat and trim aa possible, bbu will sail for Mlcrouesla
.about Itiureday ucxl.
TUAuibkllW Almy arrived from Ban Francisco
C&YiUinday Uslwhu s full and heavy cargs) sifUea
ral Xt rchxndlsa, which sh Is dlscbarglngat Brewer
. Co's bat(, bka islurus to Hau f'taacFaco vsllli a
full cat of eagar oa Tuesday or .Wednesday nu
TUoUrtl bark Zo Is discharging her cargo la good
.order at the oid ateaaishlp dock, Ksplsuad.
The Aoi bktc Amelia baa dticluuged her cargo of
AMI at ta foot ct roil tilrest, aud sailed jeslenlay.
UllMJi Thetis arrived last Saturday morulur. II
oat a fiout Tahiti. Fur list ot odlccrs, stc.w act aaovacr
column She salia for Ictorla, I). C, on Monday or
The I'M M S City of Sydney arrived off the port at 10
o'clock last Snnday morning, and contrary to expecta
tion entered the port, where she discharged her pas
senger? and the mail she sailed again rot Sydney at
x. I'orscr Slnionicn will please accept our
thanks for files of late papers. The .Merchants Ilx
change. San Francisco, will also plcate accept thanks
for similar favors.
The shipping In the harbor were gaily decked In
bunting las) Satnrday, Jnne Ilth. (Kamchameba Hay.)
liepalra have been commenced on Brewer & Co'a
wharf which caved In last week.
Cot. Nonla has retnrned to the "Taradlse nf the
Vaclflc-onthell W Almy. Ho evidently likes Hono-
Our thanks nt due to Captain l'errlman of the Ills
mcry, for San Francisco paper.
liennrttif tliel". M. H. H. City nf Sydney. Dearborn,
(.nmmsnder.-Lcftrlsn Francltco Jnne llh at IsSUp.m,
arM arrived at Honolulu at I a. m. .Tune 12th, with 25
cabin and 1,1 steerage passengers, 10 bxa specie and IN
bags mall to I', M. S. 8. Co'a Agents, Strong N. W.
rinds tho first 3 days, afterwards N. K. winds and
Irnootn sea to port.
Itcport of sch Claus Sprerkels. Cousins. Master
Left San Francisco, Snnday May 22, at 10 A. M., arrived
off Kahnlul, Maul, Sunday, June 5th. at 8 I'. 31 Must loo
lata to get In that night, making the run In 1 1 daya and
San Kranclscot Arrived May la. Am sch Itn.arlo,
Swift, zjilays from Illlo, Hawaii; May !, Am bklne
Wrestler. Schnaner. hence 3Iay 7, 3Iay SO, Am bklne.I
A ralkenburg, Hubbard, hencu May III; Jnne 1, U S H
I'cnsacolj, Taylor, hence, May ft; June I Am bgtne J I)
Snreckels, Douglass, from Kahtilnl; Jnne I, Am bk
Llrzlo .Marshal, Hcrgmann, hence .May 7,
Nanalmot Arrived 31ay 23, Bol bk Don Nicholas,
(liay, hence April 30.
For San Franclr co, per City of Sydney, June U 17
pkgs mdse to various parlies; 10 bx specie to Bishop A
From San Tranclsco, per II V Almy, Jnne IS Castln
A. Cooke, 8i; pkgs li ware, A pkgs siatlonrry, SO Mis
sacks, 3 rs drugs, 4 ca powders, 1(0 bbls lime, Z m
shingles. 4W posts, tnisks bran, UHHigs barley, It bars
copper. 10 dor. chickens, a kits butter: l'TLrnehsn A
fJo,2Ut3 sks flour, 2flm bricks, aibx candles, 20 ca
sardlnea, (!91 pkgs groc and feed; It C Spalding. 1 bx
saddles! WO Irwin A. Co, 20 sks potatoes : Cook A I'cd
ler 1 coll rope; I.ewers A Cooke, 2 cs marble A ginnltc;
A W I'lerce ACo.STibbls beef; J T M'aterhouse, 1 cs
W K Foster, 1 cs, 1 halo saddlery; .MonJ II Freer. 2 cs
butter; C n Winston, I cs tewing machines: Holies A
Co, 4 bN brcoms, 20 kegs butter, Sea coll oil, HKI bbls
llmu;.McInlyrollro. 3 bis bags, lou sks rlour, 2 kegs
wine. Kill sks feed, 300 pkgs irrocerlus: Urlnbniim A Co,
8 pkga dry gnnds, UOI pkgs groceries, F Vehllng, SI pkg
machlneryi ISO pkga mdse to Chines firms.
From Han Francisco, per Discovery, June 17 Bolies
A Co, 200 sks barley, GO liaga corn, 1S2 pkg groceries, 13
cs lard; Hackfcld A Co, , ts boots aud shoes, II pkga
hardware, isubrls lime, 410 sks barley, 2U) sks bean,
2.) post", HI sks potatoes, 42 bales hay, IS!) pkg
liquors: Cl WJfacfarlano A Co, 22 cs whiskey, 100 sks
bran, 100 sks feed, llJ bales hay, 3 horses, 3 pkg
nwnlng; 31 J Itose, II pkg snnilry material; E 1'
Adams, 10OK sks flour, ICO bdls llsh. 8'Jpkg furniture;
A Singer, SW sks flour; W II Wilkinson, lc mdse;
Honolulu Steam .Mill Co, I bx pc o-dar; HolllsterA
Co, 2 ca cigars, 1 c Tobacco; 31 Mclnerny, lies mdse;
(I Sigelkei) A Co, 43 pkgs stoves and fittings; llymnn
Bros. 21 pkgs dry goods, 8c hnls, 12 c cutlery, 4 cs
shoes, to cUarettea; II K Whitney, ;0sks feed, 1 c
furniture, 41 bales hay; JT Wnterhonse, M bnles hay,
1CI ska feed. 2 cs shirts, II pkgs cotton; A S Cleghorn
A Co, 20 es bread, 2 cs clothing; E Hotlshlacger ,t Co,
2 cs Iron, 7 cs coltnn ; T II Davles. 6 cs mdse, 20 pc pipe,
4 pkga hardwaro; Henry Jlny, 07 cs groceries; A Her
bert, 20 bx potatoes, 31 sks feed, M bales hay, 13 pkgs
groceries, 6 pks furniture; C Bicwer A Co, 14 pkgs
hardware; C 11 Williams, 10 pks furniture, order NW
cs brandy; A J Cartwrlght, lc clothing, gnbrlbccf;
Schaefcr A Co, 10 ca milsoj Oil tlenson, KV sks corn;
I'hlllln A Co, Mslta coal oil, I cs mdscj K O Hall A
Son. 15 bx tintntoe. ISrsntmiti. hT.n1.ffs lintilur,iml
printing innterlol. 11!) pkgs groceries; W (1 Irwin, .110
run iiiuniiiits: .urs nnow, iu nhgs inrniiurc; iieo l.ucas,
Ope pipe, 10 pkgs mdse; Itenton, BrcwrrACo, WU
sks flour, lricscoal oil, 11.1 pkgs groc and elc; Hulllstir
iS Co, Itlpkgs crngs; AW Bush, H) bas potatoes, 273
OkgS groceries. lNlsks llnnr Cnstle ,M!iLn H nlr-.
hardware; O O Berger, 7 tanka gasoline; I.ewurs A
Cooke, B pkgs mdse: M Slclncrny, I cs bool and
shoes; llnwllell Tel Co. 4 es rVcnsks material ; Wilder
A Co, 2000 posts. 205 shingles, ts) kegs powder, Bcs
powder, 1 c fuse, I c hardware. 21 ska oats, 28 sks bran,
1 c caps. 34 bales hay, :) m shingles, and 10M pkgs lo
tiiiun uiiiiii cu urn:?, iv Jin jib in nuurf PS.
For SanTranclsco, per Cath Sudden, June 15 1.212
012 Bs sugar, 6IW irlls molasses, 50 bnchs banunas
Dom. Vnlmi ?J.UiAl.
For San Francisco, per Consueio, June 10 715.700 tta
suar, l!U bncha bannnns, GOUOU tbe rlco Dom. Valuo $03.
For Snn Francisco, ner Ella. .Tune inR.ti.'ra.i li,.
sugar, 100,200 lbs rlco. 1 cs hams, 3 Cs tamarinds, 6 cs ef-
iccis, i onciis nananas. Vnlno foreign SI60; Vn uo
domestic Srfl.W: 20.
ForFannlng'a Is, per Vivid, June 14 10 ca potatoes,
1 rs onions. 1 cs books, 1 ca champagne, 2 cs fruit, 4 cs
ciiu,. tunic i ,,r. 111.1,01 , niuu iJOin. 1,1.
From San Francisco, per City of Sydney. Juno 15-
Jlrs II A I' Carter and daughter, 31re E C Bond aud
maid, Wm (Irclg, 31 Iss Dow sett, 3Hes 31 Dowsett. J I
Dowsett Jr, Miss 31 bhceley, L A l'ort, 3lrs I, S Cath
cart, .Mrs I, V Snow, 31rs J Weight. II T Whallcy, Oeo
.timiiiiiuiii-, i ruier, i-oi kj onrccKeis wire aim maid,
SI Shaw, .Mrs A .Meineckc anil3 children. R Fowler, W
Hall, O I' Bablon, W Tartter.J Schurtz, It Schlabren
corf. -Mrs 31 Schlabrenenrf. C SrhLilir.M.rnrf V Srl.t...
brencorf. 3t bchlabrcncorf. II Horn, C W Brand, J 8
Bishop, II Spungert, C F Eastman.
For San Francisco, per Ella, Juno 13-H W Wood,
31 rs J T 3:oore, Miss V. Mclnerny. W l'lait, John Dow,
I Hohrlo, A Ilosa, J Dreseoll, J Kertrela, Kuhananul,
.1 Wn. III. III.. 11.itl.. Tf. .rLi '
unit,,,, .iitoa j,uiiuic, u VUlllior, 1 Uilllicse.
ForFannlng'a Is, per Vivid, Juno 14-2 natives.
From San Francisco, per 3IeoFoo, June 14 2 Chinese
For San Francisco, per Kate Sudden, Juno 15 Mrs
Townseud and child, Capt Law, W N I'eabody.
Front Snn Tranclsco, per Helen W Almy, Juno 16
Geo Vogt, F Vehllng, Col Nortls, J S 3Iillelt.
For San Francisco, per Consueio, Juno IS F Whit
lug, L A Brookau, Jnn Orogan, II 3i"ier, O Thomas, J
OHInia.Jas. Miller, J I (lunlhcr, J N Archibald, 11
Anderson wlfoand 3 children.
From Snn Francisco, per Discovery, June 17 Mr.
Benson, wife mid 3 children, Dora Benton, 3Irs.
W atklns, .Miss Born Slose, 3Ilra Flora Burko, 3lr Amor
nud wife, Jno Smllli, Jno Colemuii.
In thla city, on Hie lath Inst., to tho wlfo of 3lr. S.
Itoib, n (laughier.
At his residence, at 3taklkl, on tho 3rd Inst., to tho
wife of ullor J. Seal, a duughter.
WATSON-1'OMEHOY-At Snn Francisco, Callfor
nla, U. S. A., on tho 21st February, by tho ltev. Win. A.
r.r'"'. ": " ' " " " -innn s rrestiyterlau
Church, JAJiaa It. Watsos, formerly of Honolulu, II. I
to Aveuva Osuna he l'o x c no l", of La Norla, Slnaloa.
QHEENWAY-At the Queen'a Hospital. June Till.
0. 11. UiiEENWAr, aged 35 years, recently from Knhala,
Hawaii. A native of England, but a resident fur 11
number or years of Newiiort, It. I., whero relatives aro
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho Satuuda V 1'nr.ss Association by
Book, Job and (leneral 1'rinter,
Honolulu, II. I.
The Batudat FnKfs cannot indcrtake to return
communications, accepted or rolected, and we have to
request correspondent to append their true nanus and
addrcsaes, not necessarily for publication. If ro de
sired, but as n guarantee of the good faith of tho writer,
Ln, Satuiidav I'lixsa,
JUNE 18, IFfil.
Tiik trniml niton wo ptibllsticil Inat wcok
from tho Ga;t(Ui tl'JtaU piovcs'wtmt a tlcg
pornto gnmo n denporato nilvcuturor may bq
led to piny. Horo in Mototio, for tlicro cannot
bo a'abadnw of a doubt Hint licit (Iiq inspirur
if not tho actual writer of tlio article, atriving
to nrouao a qiication in tlio Italian Chamber of
Deputies, oa to tho courio pursued by "the
German Mr. Sclmcfer, Cotwul of Italy, against
our country-man CbIho I'uss.ir Moreno." Now
wo In this Kingdom know perfectly well that
tho mUrepreaeututioiiH, and libels of tho Don
can has o no effect hero becauio wo all know
both men, and can boo through tho falsehood of
the statements inado against Mr, Sclmofer, but
iu Italy, who knows tho abturdity of tho
assertion that that gentleman sold wines,
liquors, beer nnd opium uudor tho shadow of
the Italian flag, and under tho protection and
patronago of tho Gorman MUaioniules?
Who are the missionaries? wo may auk of
any nationality or creed who countenauco tho
tale of liquors and opium, or who aro tho
members of " tho German missionary party
which has labored for many year to obtain
supremacy at tho Sandwich Islands, and in
what sense was Mr. Schaefcr engaged tn com
bating "Tho rising Italian influence, repre
sented and personified by a Moreno Cabinet."
Wo who aro on tho snot, know that Moreno
in no sense represented any Italian Interests
or influsuce. Aa to hi political natioatlity,
ha must have been by tho laws of the King
dom a Hawaiian subject before he could take
office. As to lita nationality ou arrival here it
nay have Ueu American or way have Wen
Cliioeee, but we do not lemembcr hearing him
connected with Italian nationality except by
namo and birth.
Mr, Schaefcr can tn no senso loso standing
in this community by tho absurd and untruth
ful statements in tlio GaztlUt rjtatia. Tho
hoisting of tho Consular Hag has been long
ngo accepted as perfectly juntifiable, on tho
part of nil tho Commissioners nnd Consuls
nccrcdited to this Kingdom nnd need not bo
debated ngain, With regard to tho closing
paragraph of this nrticlo of tho Gmettn wo
need only say that King Kalnkrtua did not
send his subjects lo Btudy in Italy, and lhat
Moreno was nof n Minister when ho left this
Kingdom with letters to the King of Italy, to
Garibaldi ami to Verdi. Comments wo leave
to the Hawaiian as well as to tho Italian peo
ple The ostcnsiblo object of hbrno-rncing is of
course to test tho rclnlivo speed of tho com
petitors, and thus to select from winncrt tlio
sires nnd brood mnres which aro to nnpply
tho country with working horses ; but beyond
this an annual racc-dny means a general holi
day, an universal picnic nnd outing. Hut be
yond or bohind this, is tho betting. Tlicro can
bo nothing wrong in tho abstract, in pcoplo
who can atTord il, to back thoir judgment of
horseflesh by n reasonable wager, but as iu so
many other matters, familiar uso is apt to lend
to nbuse, and men who attend a race-course
for tho sako of making money Bomctimcs bo
como unscrupulous as to tho. means used to
compass their ends; thus wo hoar of jockeys
who havo been "got at" horses drugged, etc.,
and to reduce these evils ton minimum, jockoy
clubs, nud similar societies havo been set ou
foot with stringent rules for presorving fair
play. At tlio races on tho Ilth, howevor, tho
sudden changes in tho odds offered or taken
on certain horses, showed that iu tho opinions
of tho ownors, trickery was at work, hence wo
how horses withdrawn or ridorn chaugod,
when tho start should havo been taking place,
Thcso are matters to bo deplored, nnd wo re
commend that ftituro committees bo moro
strict us to entries, weights, riders, etc., Hint
n whole park full of pcoplo botiot kept waiting
for an hour on tho stretch whilo elimination
or lecriminaliou is going on nmongst those
pecuniarily interested, as was rccontly tho
caso. Let owners run their horses to win,
and jockoys tnko thoir instructions from no
ono but tho owners, and wo shall havo hotter
rncos and less heart-burning than has lately
been tho caHc
The annual examinations cf tho pupils of
Punahou College wcro supplemented linn
year, by tho.colobration of tho fortieth nnni
vorsary of its establishment. It is decided to
moko a great effort for tho building nnd en
dowment of tho collego on an improved and
enlarged scale. I'unnhou certainly desorves
well of every recognition and asBislanco that
can bo held forth by this community. Tho
list of former pupils now doing well in tho
world in thoir various walks of life, mercan
tile, professional or other, shows that tho
teaching nnd training of tho collogo has been
by no menns unfruitful. Wo ourselves had
tho plcasnro of hearing Gen. Armstrong do
scribo in woll-chosen and wnrtn-hcartod
words, his recollections of his old school nnd
Bchool-fcllows. and -what an example, does his
lifo offer; n brilliant soldier in timo of war, an
enthusiastic nnd devoted philanthropist in
peace, a highly cultivated and genuiuo gontlc
manj his for one, is a namo of which any
collego may bo proud.
Hut Gen. Armstrong; docs not stand nlono,
looking through tho names of our present prom
inent citizens, how mnny do wo find who
once woro on tho roll of Punahou. Nor is it
only amongst tho gentlemen, but amongst tho
ladies; how many honored wives nnd mothers
are there who look back with plonsuro to tho
time whon thoy too woro "Swoct Girl Grad
uates " nnd who now by their useful, exem
plary lives repay tho fursighted wisdom of tho
founders. Wo gladly mnko public tlio appeal
of our correspondent, and hopo that it may
boar rich fruits. !No good causo !h likely to
porish for luck of assistance in Honolulu, nnd
wo cordially wish that tho aspirations of tho
old scholars in their efforts to enlarge and for
ward tho sphoro of usefulness of this institu
tion for tho benefit of succeeding generations,
may bo crowned with nmplo success.
"We nro pleased io seo Hint our roranrks
on tho possibility of establishing ft lino of
stonraships to run botweon this port nnd
San Frnncisco, to bo owned nnd worked
from horo is beginning to attract atten
tion. As thoro is no contract in forco bo
tweon our Government and tho P.M.S.S.
Co., Ihoro.is nothing to got rid of, and if
n well digested sohoino, complolo in all its
dotnils bo propared in readiness for tho
noxi legislature, wo caunot doubt that a
Hawaiian Company may bo granted at
least tho samo subsidies and facilities for
businebs ns those granted to tho F.S.jM.
Co. or tho Chinoso jnorchnnt lino. Offi
cial returns bIiow that tho ship-building
business in Groat Britain and Ireland
reached an unprocedontod stogo of acti
vity in tho years 1879-SO. Thoy show nlsp
how btoadily steam is taking tho placo of
sail, iron is suporcoding wood and stool
taking tho placo of iron. Tho last and
most magnificent addition to tho morcan
tilo navios of tho world, tlio Cunard ship
$crcta, is built wholly of stool; ovon her
boilers aro of stool.
Such ships ns wo want, say screw
btenmors of 1500 to 2000 tons, capablo of
an " averago speed of twolvo laiots, with
accommodation for ono hundred first-class
passengers, and a cargo capacity of 800 to
1200 tons could bo built aud onginod in
n litllo over a year. Wo showed last veok
that ovor GCOO tons of freight, and near
700 possongera loft this port for San
Francisco in tho month of May, nud it is
not being ovor sanguino to predict Uiat
thoso figures will steadily increase
Seven full cargoes and seventy possongwa
woro received from tho coast during tho
samo period, representing altogothor n
very largo amount of business done, and
very good grounds for anticipating suc
cess iu case of an attempt being made to
supply ourselves with, carrying power- be
tween this and our noighbors. In tho
event, however, of tho formation of a Ha
waiian Steamship Company, wo would
wish to offer one or two suggestions.
First and most all important, lot us havo
no second-hand steamora; it must be kept
in mind that now-a-days every steamer
launched in an improvement oa her pre
decessors, and that means, 4yer and abpve
extra comfort and convenience, nun uork
at ltt eott. Steamship cargoes now cross
tho ocean at tho rato of 11 knots an hour,
for less than one-twentieth of tho fuel
consumer? in reaching a Bpeed of 12 knots
twenty-fr o years ago. An old steamer is
necessarily a bad investment. Next as to
material for tho fabricno wooden ships
thoy havo boon entirely discarded for
many years past by all tho great ocean
carriers. In tho Ramo way sinco Sir Henry 33csso
mer's discoveries iron is giving placo lo
steel. For a lompornry arrangement, two
steamships of tho latest availablo model
and onginos might bo chartered, for sny
two years, whilst tho regular liners aro
boing built. Thcso ships could earn thoir
own expenses for tho way out through tho
Straita of Magellan, and tako Uicir placo
on this route for littlo over their first cost.
Perhaps at first thrco dispatches in two
months would suffice, ono stcamor each
way ovory threo weeks; but most probably
a fortnightly doparluro would bo needed,
and two good now ships could keop up
tlio service Tlicro would then bo no
question as to whether litis or that steamor
would or would not bring freight, whether
wo woro to bo passed by altogether, or
whethor n fow passengers nnd mail bags
wcro to bo dropped on passing, with or
without tho sanction of our own authori
ties, as in tho caso of tho last trin of tho
Xtalnmlia. Wo hopo soon, whon this ques
tion is fnirly under discussion, fo bo able
to produco figures and nccurato data to
give forco to our argumonts. Meanwhile
wo liono to near tlio quostion freely dis
cussed, that thoso of our merchants,
plnntors, nnd capitalists most interested
nuiyhnvo thoir minds inado up, that thoir
opinions may bo bnsod, and their argu
ments drawn, from sound reliable statis
tics, and that thoy may soon bo ublo in a
full Chamber of Commerce to decido on
what should bo dono, or not douo in this
mattor. AVo hopo to go moro into detail
and strongthon our arguments by further
collection of fucts by tho next timo wo
writo on this question.
From the Sydney Dally Ttlcgraph, Sunt 5(1, 18S0.
Tho Woltlnm Watch Company havo been nunrik'il Hie.
nnljr golil modal clven for watches at tho Sydnny Inter
national Exhibition, nnd nre the only exhibitor- In any
class front the United States who havo received this
1 Solo Ajent for tho lliw.illan Islands
Tin: TuusTiiKs or OAIIU COTi
le,fn be leavo to call tho attention of nil ho linvu
received the circular of the Annhersary Committee,
Inviting subscriptions to erect new bullifln-s, nnd tlm
Endowment Fund, to (;lv the subject their speedy mid
They would sujrcest to thoso who wish to respond,
lint do not feel ready for Immediate payment, that they
iL-iiirii tun nui ivitu tut; sums iiiiii;ii incy trail uiyi1,
and tho timo nf payment specified, with or ullhout
Interest. If preferable tho amount could be mado up In
vjji,.j. ..i, wuir,,
Treasurer of tho Onliu College.
DISC OVER "STs
42 bales Hay,
80 sks Potatoes,
25 cs Medium Bread, J
20 cs Sodn Crackers,
5 cs Sugar Crackers,
9jCS Mens fino Calf Boots, ?
1 cs Mens fino Gaiters,
And an Invoice fo Iilquor, viz.,
50 cs Holland Gin,
50 cs Tenuents Ale,
10 cs Scotch Whiskey,
15 cs Irish Whiskey,
10 cs Ginger Wine,
4 cs Jamaica Rum,
cs Boutelleain Brandy, &c.
Cigars, Feed, Lime &c.
FOU SALE DY
858 is it ii. HACitrKr.n a co.
OF Y. M. C A.
AT THE LYCEUM,
ON THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 23d.
Introductory Address I'rof. Snlft
Trlologue from Julius Cresar Shakespeare,
Act 1, Scenes!:
llrutus J. A. Mngoon, Est)
Casslne James A, Kennedy
Cascn , iror. Snlft
Tho Hells Edgar A. Toe l'rof. Swift
Kircl Flrel Klrcl Ilelccted Addresses Prof. Swift
Tho Lady's Uream Thomas Hood...., ,rrof. Swift
AN IXTEIIVATj OP TEN MINUTES.
Tho Fall of Cardinal Woliey From Hhaltc-
apenre's Henry 8th, Act it. Scone li
Ilulro of Norfolk , J. A. Mnsoon, Esq
Cardinal Wolsey I'rof. bwlft
Thomaii Cromwell J. A. Maroon, Esq
The. 1'iirch of Uell-l-'rom the Italian of Dante,
(Lnsclato ognt speruntn vollch'e-ntento qui)
Mlthml Ancolo'a Farewell to Sculpture From
tho Italian l'rof. Swift
Tho Dor "f th Louvre Gato Oato From tho
French o Casslmlr l)elavli;nii....i l'rof. Swift
My Lord Tomnoddy ltev, II. C. Barlmm (In-
Eitldaby Legends), rrof. Swift
Invoices of New Goods
Just Itccclvcd per " Ella," and
For Sale at Reduced Rates.
' A. SPECIALTY QY
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BUTTER
rrr Orders from tbs other Islands faithfully at
Miaoi E' r. ADAMS, Honolulu.
nintlNO MY ABSKXCE fJtUM
jls tms iviiiiraom Jjr. Junua iiorim;, will act ror mo
I tut sir t nil Iwiuasnl illiirn.. li f Lfl II a, UUruli
Hii-iki ansa I'issiva wa tiiau(sivj
Honolulu. Juna 1st IbBl.
ttto 40 41
ASPKGIAI MEKT1NG OF TIIK
Hoard of Trustees of tut Queen's Hospital will ha
held at Alllolanl lljju un Haturday the Ilth July linme
dlataly after this Xeatlnc of tho teuton's Hospital
boclcly la adjourned. l'rr Order
aaut r. a. bciiaefer. Scc'y.
POSK"V1IO MAY HAVE MONEY
X deposited with saon the first of July nejt,. althsr
In tiavluji Hank or em open account are hereby noticed
that they are. expected to maua their own rvlurns for
Ihu samo to tho Assessor In their rcspmlTt dlstr'ets.
W. ar required by lav Minister of Flnanc. to furnish
to the Assessor list of depositors, with a statement of
tha amount of their balance In our hands on in 1st ilar
of July. UlbllOI'tf CO. '
Honolulu June 3rd, 1WI. 8tt 40 t
THOSE VERY DESIR AllTiE m
Premise, known u t'ULULANI ) Kulau-B
kahua. latclv oc runlrd hr II. H. V.. iw.
mlsslnner, Jamrt Hay Wotlchoaaa, Ksij. Thebulldlngs
hav lust been thoroughly painted, papered, and other
wise Improted for tUbuesU of U. tta.nl. Uovara.
nect water laid on, besides havlag . wladnlll, with .
supply oT rood street and cltau bMkfey w.l, whieh
has besw aualraed by Psof.T.osnDaM of lha (.'kallanu
has besw aualyaed by iyof.TUomj
Kipdltl(Hi, ad pMrfj;ed by Liu tha bi a. kavi
aeeu abac. h. Ian KnalAX.il.
tut partlculara, lnulra of
DON'T READ THIS !
Econonir Is IVpnllli, Hcnltli Is Happiness,
Br the study or economy i
lire like a lord one of tho Lords of Creation, A
MAN. To obtain all this, board at the
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
lllcharda St, between .Merchant anil ljuecn 8U.
AT TOUR DOIsIiAIlS PER. WEEK,
And you will meet pood company and it hearty wcl-
AI.FIini) II, IIOL'tlHTON.
Dry Goods and Groceries
AT PUBLIC AUCTIO.N.
Ily Order or II. . Sclimlill nnd L. Acliongr,
Aslcnees of the Estate of Sin Slnsr .t Co.
Therawlll besnlrt at Public Auction at the store of
Sin HlnR & Co., at Haiku, Maul, II. I. near tho mill on
JbYiiin.v, tho 5.M Hi, day of Juno, 1881,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .M
All the Stock of llry (JooiN ami (Jroccrlcs,
In aald store consisting oft
1'rlnls, Olncliains, Dress (loii.lv Drown Cotton,
JVoiilcn hhlrts, lirifAllu Hhlrls Denim l'nnts,
Chinese rants and Ftn'ks, Hoots and Hhoer,
dennet Hats, Funania lists, Chinese Hats,
Pants, Conts, Hope (assorted (lees. Crockery,)
l.'i Ins Are Crackers, A large lot Chinese Groceries
Counter Scale, 2 llorsca and 1 Saddle,
1 "Wooden Building, 16x25 foot,
With shed attached, HhlG feet, a small cook house,
wllh all right, tltlo nnd Interest In tho leusc of tho
premises. And various other articles to numerous to
llalkn, Maul, Juno Ilth, 1BHI.
U TIIOS. KVKKKTT. Auct'r.
NEW YORK LIFE
ORGANIZED I 843.
Aituual. Iricomo ........
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
For Snn rranclsco, Auslrnlla, Japan nnd
EX-GOVERNOK FRBD'K P. LOW,
Prest. of Local Board in San Frnncisco.
H. HAGKFELI) & CO.,
C. 0. ERUER,
For the Hawaiian, Islands.
ALL FOIIMH OP
Life Insurance Policies Issued.
KXAMINK TIIK NEW
Extract from a letter of Hon. V. F. Low.
I certify that I havo taken ont a " Tonllno" policy Is
the ew York Life Iiisuinno Co. for S-T,UU0: that 1 n
card It ns the host and fairest plnii nf I.lfu Insurance
and that the principles embodied In tho now plan.afte
a careful examination, havo tcmotcd thu objections
havo heretoforu entirlnlned tig I net "Life Insnralice.
I have steadily declined to insure until the"f online
was presented lo me. Yours cry truly.
F. F. LOW.
It provides for ono'a family at ordinary Llfo rates,
and the money returned with Interest on arrhins at a
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far In excess of thoso realized from the Investment o
eiiual amount In savings banks or corpotato alocU ol
Ierin' equtl accurlty.
SEE LIST OF POLICY HOLDERS!
Each of whom havo Insured on thla plan for uinounta
From $5,000 to $20,000.
J 0 Glrnle,
William II Dimond,
F T Lenelinii.
O W Mucfnrhno,
H K Mnofnrlono,
P W Mncfnilnne,
F A Schnetor,
O O lloruer.
Wru Q Irwin,
H W Schmidt,
J T Wntorhoaso,
li 0 UlllllOll,
J 1 DowBctt, Jr,
J W I'llufier,
K O Wnllur,
H K Whitney,
It W Jjiinc,
O N Wilcox,
And ninny others.
Which Is tuOlclcnt guarantee as to Ita merits.
For full Information, apply tn
II. lAC'Kl'F.r.D CO., or
8.V) 43 6m V. U. IltlKUtlU.
BY VUtTUW OF TWO EXKCU
llons Issued by tho Hnpremc Court, of thu Hawa
iian Islands, ono In furor of Wong Leung .t Co, for the
sum of $?.l.3l, and one In foior of Chung Fan for a
balance dua ou said execution for thu sum nf SIHl.lS
a.-ulnst the firm of Hip Wo Chonz A Co. and alio of
amounting In all JTnjni, I havo levied upon and shall
expose, fur sale at Auction, on MONDAY June an, A. U.
1681, on tho premises on .Maunakea Street, all tho right
tltlo and Interest of Hie said Hip Wo Chong V Co, In
and lo ono two story iundrn building. Halifpremlsea Is
subject u ci-rtaln gniqnd lease, tho term of which will
bo made known at the day of salo, uuless aatd Judge
ments, cost, expenses, ba tirevlottily satlffleil.
Honolulu, May lbth 1W1, W. C. I'AIIKB,
riiiir. vhkrnijni:i havino bbkx
M appointed Assignees for tho K.tate of W. L.
ratio, of .Malawao, Island of Jlanl, a voluntary banl..
rupt, Mould hereby notify all persona having any pro
ptrty or eflecta belongliig to tho aald Davis In their
possession, to deliver the ani lo tho undvrslgned
asslguceaonor befora tha IDItt day of July, lc81t and
all persona Indebted to the aald filiate fo make uiy.
ment of tho sama beforo the expiration of theabotu
date; oiherw Uo It will be put In the banda of an at
torney for collection.
11. F. DOLLKft. I . .
Honolulu, May Tth, Ibril.
rpiIK 11UHINKSH COMMUNITY
X and the public gener.lly are Informed that i have
succeeded In making arraugcmeula wttli conipvtent lin
guists, aud am now prepared to supply TauMsia.
tioh from or to th. Kr jll.h language, of eithtr of tbe
Hawaiian, IVamcli, Oentaa, ItalUm, Smb.
ib, Pariajaaaa Chiacas.
Orders attended to with promptness. Vccuracy guar,
amend. Copylcg, Kngros.lnr. and wrlttug of evrry de
acilpllon done with neatness add dispatch.
vr . A0. T. OUL10K.
m M So. 1 Kaahumauu t. Honolulu!
' . IV" ? ''.,w wu.irm la illsaolred. the bust
n. lldl.comluaed from this data! all unpaid lieois
will be settled by J. O. Tucker. Ktrly ..liliaT. "t T-
Haulnln. Jnne lllh lM.
A KEG UL AW I.KiXIAT; WKKT
lac oflks Quw's Hoaahel Society will. In can.
Bllauw with Ibe terua ol kksiiMuutaf, be held al AUU.
iu rrciiiiun issueu uy ino j'oiice. wourt or llrpolulu,
ono In finer of llolllilcr A On, for the sum of JW.S1.
and ouo tn faorof Coucheo Jb Ahunu for tho auni of
SlVJOMugalnst tho said firm of Itlp Wo Chin," ,t Co.
audalsiLlur tho sum nf ftlui..Mi dim tr, r? n a.i...-'
CHAS. T. GULICK,
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
For tho District of Konn, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Aforlgrtgcs, Lenses, WiIIb nntl other legnl tloonmenlfl tlr.nwn nl shortest
notico nml nt rcnsonnliln ml re.
Ilo:t Kstnto nnd properly of ovcry tlosoriplion on ntiy of tho Islnnds, bought, sold,
nnd negotiated, nnd intonding bnycrfl or Boilers will do well to intrust their business to
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bought or Sold
Mnrino Protests noted nnd extended, nnd Survey papers drnwn.
Blnnks for Labor Contracts nnd othor business, of tlio Intcst nnd most npprorcd
forms, conslnntly on hand nnd for snle.
OiIico No. 1 KnnhUmnnii Street, Honolulu.
licsidonco No. 1 1 1 King Street. UiiRincsn nttonded to nt cither OfTlco or Kcsidonco.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
200 HALF BARRELS
IN l'MME CONDITION,
AS'D FOU SALE UY
8:17 4i E. P. ADAMS.
PLANTERS, GRAZIERS, MILL OWNERS
T HAVT3 IIISCKIVKI) IXSTUUC-
X tlnns from Samuel Staines. Esq,, or North Koliala,
Island of Haunll, to sell nt miction at his placo of linal.
Thursday, tho 23rd day of Juno,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY
Lcasoliolils, Freeholds, liiiilflings, &c.
Tins property Immediately adjoins tlio Hnwl Hncnr
rianUlli.ii of Itobcrt H Jllml, Kaq merely a lino of
fenco duldlns the to properties.
I.T I Kriiliihauii. freehold, contains, n per
survey, i ncres. on Hlilcli la erected tho followlnc
linlldinsai One duelling hotiso cnntnlnliit rooms J
l house coiitnlnlnK I rooms, toiiRiic nnd trroovc boards,
Iron roof; two new buildings, each contnlnlii". I rooms,
corrugated Iron roodnL'. Tho whole, of thiuobulldlncs
nrenlmnilnntly supplied with nttr from n cpmcnted
cistern incjriirlni; HlxlSxlll). Stock proof cattlo nud
horse pons; also.nbont 1,W ncres of leased land, leased
at a rental below it dollar an ncrc. On this land thoro la
a well of water, lilted with pumps, capablo of watering
l.UUO head of stock per day.
Tho Whole of this Property
Is enclosed with a fenco of four wires nnd redwood
posts, nnd Is divided by tho (lcriimcnt Road, maklnc
threo laruo enclosures, with an aggregate of nay nine
miles of fcncln? as aforesaid.
Property at Puehuehu.
LOT S. Tho property known as. tho " Knhala Hotel."
This Is a two-storied building. Mix 17, containing on tho
ground floor (1 largo rooms, the tipper ntory consisting of
a spacious and well lighted hall, recently tilted with
stage, seta of scenery, drop cnrlaln.&., Ac. Till build
ing was ciectert dnrlng the latter part of 180.
LOT .1. Ono largo building, used na a blacksmlth'a
shun, 30x10, and cottage, of 2 rounia with cook houso ad
I.SJT 4. Ono largo butldlnir. consisting of store,
4r'xJll, and carpenter'a shop, 38x30! also, largo cemented
cistern back of samo.
I.or li. Largo dwelling houso rontnlnlne D rooms;
two bouses bnllt of tonguo and grom e boards, contain.
Ing 16 rooms, with cook house aud wush rooms, water
I.IIT O Cnnelttsof two cottages (each two rooms)
and cook house.
ALL THIS FINE PROPERTY
la situated at I'liehnchtt, tho business ccntro of tho dla
trlct. The land U leased, having liiycara to run from
tho 1st of July, 1B81.
I or 7. This proporty la altuated at tho llonnlptt
landing and comprises about ono aero of leased land,
having It years to run, on which Is erected ono dwelling
house built of tonguo and groove boards, tmo men'a
houso SIxlB, very lar.o chicken houeonnd yard, lar-o
water tank, spaclotta wharf, largo crano and tramwar
1 hern Is also a well of good water on tho prcmlecs.
This is a Rare Opportunity
For thoso denlrotis ot Investing. Tho Kolmla llallroad.
now lu process or construction, will run through Lot
ho. 1. thereby considerably enhancing its valuo, either
at n plantation or otherwise. Thu railroad will alsorun
within u err short distance of tho Htninlpu and I'ticlm.
ehu properties. Tills la a bona lido Bale, tho proprietor
being compelled lo relinquish buriuvsa ou account of
111 lualth and liitentlou of Rating tha Kingdom.
Any further Information may b obtained ur uddress-
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PASTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parts of tbe Islands,
-CAN KAVB TIIKIIl.
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
ByapplleaUuntoJIr.lC I AfUHH. Que.n Kirael. wbu
has our Uucrlpllva Calalomt wltb Prkes.
ON HAND AT THE STORE QF L. W. HOPP
Bl&ok Walnut Bedroom Sots.
Mlack Witlimt .Sidebourda,
llluck Viilnut UiulBK Chairs,
Oak Onita steal Uiaiaa; Cltalii,
Cedu llcdroom Mela,
E. r. IDIIS, ASEHT FOR THE HAWAIIaR IJUdDS
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
HOTJCL SJTIUCHT. Homoi.tir ir '"
Kntnacca on Hotel. KkhwsU, d IMt U1 uMu
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A. M. MEIXIS'
FOR TIIK JfKXT 0 DATS.
GOODS TO BE SOLD
20 par cent. Bolow Cost,
Provious to taking ncconnt of Stock.
TO PUItCHASES OF $5 OU OYEU
3 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
READ PRICES REDUCED!
READ PRICES REDUCED!
Former prices pr yd
llluck Silks SUM..
Illack Casslmorci 3 25..
Illack Hllk Or6nadlno.... 1 TB..
Illack Silk Hunting 1 SO..
Illack Alpaca 75..
Vfiuiir Poplin c. 1 23,.
Dentelle, Do Lion., 1 75,,,
rrcsent prices pr yil
All shades ot Satins 1 78,,
Colored French .Merinos.. I 50., ","
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS :
Embroidered Chemises., s 23
Plain Chemises 1 00 ,
Embroidered Hklrta '3 00....'
Olngham Skirt 1 7.1
Summer Skirts 2 23
Ilalmoral Sklrta 2 50
Heavy Shetland Shawls., 5 00
Silk and Mohair Shawls., 4 00
Princess Jackets 2 50..
Ladles' Corsets 2 M
Ladles' Laco Ties.. ...... 1 60
Ladles' Silk Ties 1 00
Bargain! in House Furnishing Goods :
lied Damask Tahiti Linen 1 60
White Damask Table Linen 1 23
Unbleached Damask Table Linen I 00
Laco Curtains 73
Itnstlnn Towels 75
Lino Towels j no ""
White Mnrseillea Qnllts, 10-1 a (J ..'.,'.
White .Marseille Uullts, 11-4 7(10
White Maraolllca Quilts, 12-1 8 00
A REDUCTION of 20 PER CENT
HAS 11EEN MADE ON ALL
LACES. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, IC
THIS IS A
Golden Opportunity for Cash Buyers
THE GREAT BARGAINS
I AX OXTERIKO.
A. M. MOLLIS.
10 Tort St. rwer)yio, Ho.olul., H. X
WW X MW1
HE WILL REMOVE
HIS IIUBINCSa TO TUX
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOININO II, IIAUKKLD CO.
ON OR ABOFT MONDAY, MAY 1
Where he trill be propared to
Manufacture All Kinds
vir . in (
.4 Ca d Dtutp Cmrii
Also, tq attend to
I a lull nl.. t."
T ' "" aWjf a)
Full and Complete ttook
Paints, Varnl.hes. iuanad lir I!JU",,,,
WHICH I WILL OFFMl
'W aaaiaH f. ,