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H6xor.irT.tr, JVT.Y !, 111.
Tin" epidemic Is now so far inbdued Hint thete Is no
prsbahl lltr of revocation of Hie order of the Hoard of
llMlth, removing the Ubn from passcnjjcr movements
between this Island and others of the group. A num
ber of our poplc will take pamaje In tho Itland
teamen next Tuesday, the 12th, and it I expected
that a revival In home business affairs will speedily
ollow. The steamer Llkcllke on her next passage will
resnme (ho circuit trip of the Hand of ttanall
The large space at the corner of Qnen and Fort
streets, the old Hudson tlay premises, has been cleared
tip and excavation for the fonndatlona of a large, brick
building on the Queen afreet line have already com
mer.ced. There la still the usual amount of building
going on In other parts of town,
During the week the Jane A. Falklnbnrg and the new
brlgintlne V. O. trwln have arrived from Han Fran,
elscn with assorted carioes, the tatter very lightly
lovlcd. The steamer City of New York arrticd from
the colonies on Tuesday j.m. and tailed for the coastal
f. r.M carrying a large cargo of sugar and other pro
ducts valued at J.'.S.IIl. The Monitor and Jenny IMtU
have alio arrived with full cargoes of lumber.
The hrlyantlne Surprise, which tailed from here on
the 37 III Intl. with a cargo valued at $.12,040 v. a strnck
by a heavy tea when nff the western end of this Itland
which thnttered her tipper works forward and let In (he
water. The vettel wa headed for Knnal and anchored
In smooth water off Eleele. The cargo wo Intured.
Tlie bark Chcihlro from New York with a cargo of
general merchandise la now out tli m.inllit, and la be
lug anxiously looked for by our merchants. The Kale
rum llrccmen la alto over due.
ThaCnttom House table of exports for thctccond
quartern! the year, which wo give tnbjolned, show a
large Increase over the corresponding perloil In lfcSO,
nnil alsu over the first tlx months of last year.
I I SI! Ill: i
z a &$ 83 s; 1
S '" : Z
"C - - ..M - , ' ' 2,
,2 I'cs Sheep Skins ! j 8 t
I : : : f; g
TJ . I JTvri I- . if It. . O
a Iletel Leaves bxs "" " ; at. ; ,.
jjj Hum. p. j j"l I
g Wool, lbs -.". -X-. Z 9: ,.
gS as irfg a; g
gl ruiu ib ; ; sn la $
H Tallow, lb si ?J.I i!
to Oalf sHns.pcsTTrs ' :. I :?. I :?
2 "J"-p: $3 r s5 :rf h
on k 1 : 1
00 8 in ?2 T? o
-C 13 Oust Mklns Ties 1 lt- "
uoat sums, pes rftf jrf ,
a a Ilananas, bchs. .n : ri.ai ;
O o-r . oao .
Of Tg ;c ..a g
ra g Fungus, lbs,... jJ ;5C. -JJi jj
S J Vol. bills jT,a, j " ,18
Salt toi !S j5 ajj j
J3 ii: :t- 1 UU ;a .:
J3 Coffee, lbs &. .-. ;5. ffi
"w nice.ib. 35 $ 5- 5 : S
S M ;5 s : cp i ; : 5
a o Molisscs, calls, l ; -. -V :
i gs gsa : g
2 US 3 : iFTT 4
g Sugar, ib ftf sf V t? b
. - si . - . g
RS S : s's; a" o
5 : : : : : :
E 2 ! : i :
0.4. r . . .
o "S 3g 5 o g
s -fi inn i
PORT OF HONOLULU.
July 3-Ainbktuo J A Fulkliibnrg, Hubbard, 14 daya
from San Francisco
Stm Kllaucu Hou, from Kahulul
Sim O It illahnu, from Kauai
, Sell Kukaiiluohi, from iluualel
Sell Killama.iu, from Koholalele
rcn uiueai.'nia, iroin repeekxu
Sell Wallelo, from Mallko
bch Wuloll, from I'auuhau
Sell Waleliu, from Kiinlaca
Sell -Mniia, from Keokca
tl-Am bgtuu V (1 Irwin, Douglass, 10JJ days from
Stic Mkvllke, from Hawaii and Maul
4 Stm Iwalaul, from Komi, Knu and .Maalaea
Stm Jas .Mnkef, from Kauul
5 l'UMSUItyof New York, beabury. fm Sydney
Am bk Jenny I'llts, sluvrrt, ajdysfm l'Uani
7 Sell Marlon, from Kitkuihaclo
. Sell Wuliiiulu, from llapuu
8-i,m bktnu .Monlior, Nelson, from Humboldt
J x Sell Julia, from Eletlo
Stm MoliolU, from Circuit of Oihu
9 Stm Kllauea Hou. from Kahulul
Stm C It lllshop, from Kauai,
JuIyS-Ha tell Jennie Walker. Knackc, forlVga Ida
' ., 5 htm Lelnm, for Iluna unU Molukul
Stm Llkellke, for Maul and Hawaii
Stm O K lllshop, for Kauai
1'MSS City of rtew York, beabury, for S Fran
Sim Klluuea Hou. for Kahulul
0 Am bk Martha Hideout, WlcLbertf. for Fort
v- . lUukely
si lj Sen. I. call I, for llonolnii
hch Krkuuluotil, for Haiialcl
bch Wallele, for Mullko
sell Wuloll, for I'auuhau
bch Muua, lor Kcokea
7 licit bk (lllmpse, Norrls, for Ilurrards Jnlct
f Stm lualaul, for .Maalaeu, Kona and Kaa
Stm Jus Mukev, for Kuual
- II1 Sen Jenny, for .Nanullulll
8 Sch Walmalu, for llapuu
Sell Marlon, for Kukulhavlo
Vewels iu Part.
, AmAikth J A FalklnburK, Hubbard,
Am uglluiW 0 Irwlu, Doui;liis
'An bk Jenny l'llts, Sleicrt
An bktiie Monitor, Nelson
Haw hjjtne I'uinare.
Cier bk Coder, ltohlfs
Am limine Hobert T Cbjton, Davis
Am bk Anile. Sandbrrg
Am bk V 0 Murruy, lUicns
Vasutola Expected at Honolulu, from Foreign
Haw bk Kale, ltolhfus, London, duo II. Hackfeld S: Co
Am lk Cutsliiru. Daihelder, Nuw York, oier due
Castto Cooke, Agents
Urlt ship City of llombuy, Lowell, Olnsgow, duo August
H-I8, ll W Mucfatlaim Ji Co. Ageuts
Hrtl bk Suilolk, Uyford, London, duo AugUft-UO, C llruw.
er & Co, Ag tuts
llrll bk Ubrruu, Hurvvy, Liverpool, .to tall April 5,
Til Davles. AguU
llrll bk Uleuguber, McUhee, Liverpool, duo Sept 1-5.
J TWuirrhuusv, Agent.
QltS S Hesperla, Peterson, Wuampou, due 11 Hackfeld
A Co, Agents
Haw bk lolaul, Uarrels, Bremen, due, Oct. '1ZW Hack
- feld a Co.Ageni
bk Ulrch Urove, , from Newcastle, N S
Wilder Js Co. Agents
Am bk Fctrls S Thompsou, l'otter, New York, due Oct
10-15 Castle X Cooke, Ageuts
Aniibk Csylon, llillett, Ilo.lon, due Oct B-1D O,
t i Bcswer A Co, Ageuts
Amtbk Henry lluck, Davis, Departure Bay, due July
- HM5 Allen Koblnsou.' Agents '
Royal Yacht Wanderer, Tallin, due
P. Jl. S. S. Australia, Carglll, aau Francisco, due July
U, 11. iUckfeld & Co, Agents '
Brit ship Sir Laucatotle, Olsigow.to salltn June,
U, V MacfarUnu Co, Ageuts.
Am sch Saillo F Callur, Larsen, Ban Francisco loading
Juub-.-J Hackfeld X Co. Agents
Am tent Gxcelilor, l'urt Ulakely
Am ukine Kureka, San Frauclsco, lu port June 'iJ
Brit bk Lady Lampion, Martton, San Francisco, in
r - port June .', 0 Brewer it Co, Avents
Ambgliif T VV Lucas, Wrntyoitb, Port Gamble, due
July 15.-JU llaekfeld Jfc Co, Agents
Am ach Cassia llaynanl, LeUallltter, Humboldt, due
July 15iM, Allen A lloblnion, Ageuts
Am bW Carbarten, Hopkins, Jew York, lo&dtug Juuo
11 l.l.tl . lrt.L In......
Ilawbk Kalakaua, Jvuks, Sau Francisco, duo July 15
JO, t' T Lenehan X Co, Ageuts
--, -.-,, w vuunv, .lli.il,.
Am sch Tlllghl. Whltuey. ban Francisco, for 1111a duo
Am bkt no W lI.Dlmom
... ,.t-.7' ...... . . "T.. r
ukiue n ii,uimouu, iiounieu, rori )l'Coitry,
for Kahulul, ilu Y U Irwlu it Co, Agents
Too 1 M S 8 CUy of New York, W II Beabury, com.
uaiuler sailed trout Sidney June loili, at 9 r. x
discharged pilot at 3rJ r.x. Arilud at Aucklaud
JuueSlsl, sUiiii-. n, Sillr.1 f rom Aucklaud JuuM
at i-M a.u. rassid the Samiuiu liroup during the
nioriilugof Juno'.flh. Metwlihiery heavy N'.K. trade
ulml. In'f lUgrt'o north latitude, cvutlnuiug until w
rival t this port July MU at TiiS a. m.
l'ort Tuwuicud, arrlnd Juua 15ih Ani bklno Liuuia
Augusta. Iludsou, trom Kahulul
San Frauclsco, arrived June 21st Oer bk Uksca, Oil
manu, lieuce June Istt Am bktne Eureka Nurdburg,
heuce Juuelst; June li'ad, Brit bk Lady Lampsou,
Marstun, beuce May aKh,
t'l'no C. S. S. Hiklgers. (foruieilr Mary And Helen)
ailed from San trauclsco Juuuiiitn, for the Arctic
Occ au iu seared of lh Jcanue(te.
Ten sch Kuitaa formerly engaged in the trad be'
twesuSau Frauciico aud this poitwas big w 11 up re
coolly. . ihs (ulloikliu dlstiilcb, copied frou a bau
trauclsco piper will shunt
,Max.itUu. Jurt ?IU. MaU and four ullors of tbo
rnoduer Kaituwu uiclvid, declarlug that the 'cook set
" to the irsssl. bo Ulu- prlsouer In the cabin for
kllllug Jhe Capulu."
The bklue KinVs arrived at Sin Frauclsco June Hist
sCept reports thai his Instruct foritt hour ws 151 mllss.
Our tiauks are dug to Otpt. Douglass, of the Wni. O,
Invln, and Pnre r Matt nf 8. 8 City of Niw York for
files of late popert
The Am bk D C Murray Is at the old C'titom House
w haif loading for San Francisco.
The bktne J A. Falklnbnrg Is at Brewer A t'o's
wharf loading for San Irancitio to sail on Monday or
Spreckels new Clipper brig William O Irwin nrrlv
dorrtheport jt Sunday morning, having made n fine
nn from San Francltco of 104 uays. She Is a neat
nklng icssrl and has superior passenger accomnda
linns She Is commanded byt'apt l.onglass. Into of
IheJ I). Spreckels. and nmW his charge we expect to
hear of some fait patsages being made. She doiked at
the old stimthlp wharf where the has dltehirged her
down cargo, and has loaded again. 10 tall for San
Francisco today taking a mall.
The Am bk Jenny Pitts arrhed from Port Oimblo
lat Wednesday, and dorked ol the fool of Fort St.,
whero she Is now discharging a cargo of lumber.
Thebk Amlnls discharging coat at the foot of stm
The Oerman bk Ceder la at the P. M. S. h. CVs dock
loading for San Francisco to tall on or about Moaday
TheAmbgtne Hobert T Clayton Is still at anchor In
The 1', M. S. S. Ainlrallo will be due from Han Tran
clseo this r. t with V. S. mall.
The Am bk Ferris 8. Thompson, t'apt Potter, sailed
from New York June Ulh. for this port with general
cargo consigned to Messrs. lasic-& I mike, and the Am
bk Ceylon, Capt HaJMt, sailed fiom Boston June nth,
with n general cargo consigned to Messrs C lliceri
The Am bk Carbarlen, was loading at New Yorlf June
ind In Crossnians line, for Honolulu.
The Brit bgtnc Surprise, Capt Jackson left this port
on tin afternoon of tin-itr nit , for San Francisco, nnil
afur being out n few hours she was discovered to be
leaking pretty badly, (the Capt said she had 10 feel of
water In the hold.) She was Immediately put before
mo winii cor nnusi, unere sne arriveti saieiy ni i;ieeie
nil for Kanal. Hhere she arrived safe v at
Considerable of her rargo of sugar was bsrlfy damaged
From San Francisco, per W (I Irwin. July 4th II
11kg glass, '.sirs nalnt, M pkg lead) llronu A Co, fl'J pkg
llipiors; (1 W .Mncfarlani! .t Co, 187 pkg liquors; it F
Wells, a c Instruiiieiilsj HmTihlaeger A Co. firs cigar i
Ilolllstrr ,t Co, 1 c mdso; A w Plerco it Co. cl rope;
Hart bro, 19 pkggrnc: T F Mossman, S15 pkg groc.
lllshop A. Co, I nx( II O llsll ,fe Son, 1 1 r l-ntlier. iW pkg
IroiiHTire, 17 tikg Ironware. 5 pkir li iok and clothing: II
F Khlers A. Co. .1 es d goods! K llofl'hleni'er .t Co. 21
likgdgomls; llolllster .t. Co, ID bx sugar, II pkg drugs ;
llyman llro, I r cigars. 57 pkg d goods; ,lno A Pal
mer,') cs drugs; W U Smith. I iilanos T It Foster ,t Co.
25 pkg oil. Iron and etc; Wm Best, I cs luols; A Her
bert, ft pkg furniture; S l,y, H pkg glassware; A
Jcsgcr, IS cs clocks; W (1 Irwin Co. 100 bales bags,
3U) lit sugar. 7 pkg eastings nnil He, 7cs nriiumeiits,
SS m bricks. IVI l.ls lime. IUI sks birl"y. Tin sk rice, IT!
f ks oal. iif7 sks bran, lit) sks gd barley. I cs plants and
seeds, T.V) sks flour. rH0 bales hoy, 2 Cs polrtrlscopo mid
A.'l pkg to Chinese ilrms.
From Sydney and Auckland, per City of New York.
July .".lb W f Irwin Co, SI es gtl Iron, i pkg milse;
llaekfeld .t Co, I5cs groc; A J Cnrtwrlght, I bx coins ;
W l.lshman, I cs mde,
From Port Tow nsend, per Jenny Pill. JnlrGlli II
Hackfeld A Co, !l spars, a5-,8W ft lumber, lOI.uii shlng
From San Francisco, pur J A Falklnbnrg, July lib
E HnlTshlaeger .t Co, 15 pkg mint colton; llolle A Co,
15 bbls tar, "K I) 14 sks (lour, 1 1" sks lirun, Wl sk wheat;
At Dickson, Hcs mde; Hackfeld ,t Co, M pkg tobnceii,(
!l pkg cl goods, 8 pkg rurnltnre; Brown ,t Co. n is wills,
key; A Otto, II pkg groe and wine; HP Adams, li,H
pkg fish; W O Irwin, IMes bread; Dlllmghnm' A- Co,
7 pkg li ware, 7ilksfeed; 9 pkg to address: Haw Trie
Co, 8 pkg mnttrlitl; TF Mnsmnn, pkg glassware; (1
Lucas, 5 pkg rlio bells; A L Smith, incs seg machines
and etc; Holllsler A Co, lilies bottles, 19 pkg drugs, sc,
pkg tobacco; I'gn nlllce, 2 es stationery; Lewers .t
Cooke, 2:151 poll, 27S doors, 55 pkg blinds .mil etc; A W
Pierce ,t Co, 21 pkgshln chandlery. 25 oars; Castlo A.
Cooke, 7 pkg salmon, 25 cs soap, W) sks bran, :nm sks
flour, (IS) bill shingles, 100 sks beans, tl) sks potatoes,
Hlpkgdsh, 0c s machines. 2 cs drills, 1 1 )t bbl beef,
IfiO sks barley. M sks oats, Wl sks bran. 12(1 pkg groc. III
rkgplpe nnil h ware, 1 coop fowls; C F Wcdf 10 sks
potatoes, wo pkg ffeil, B2 pkp groc; Lnlnc ,t Co, 10 sks
feed; F A Schnefer A. Co, !18 ikg pajiei ; Ilvmau Bros,
t cs boots and shoes, 22 pkg mdtc, (S es hat". Pi c clears
unci tobacco; T Lack, 7 pkg s machines; J A Palmer,
'-'-pkgdrugs; W 11 Iiwlu. tfl sks iiolnloes; llrliibium
,t Co, 50 cs cigars, 13 pkg d goods, 17 cs boots nud shoes,
55 pkg tobacco. 100 sks potatoes, .101 pkg groe, 1M) k
flour, S ni Is leather, 2esmde; Allen A. Iloblnson. 3"l
pkg building malrrlal; C Brewer .t Co, ll'lpk? salmon;
Wilder A; Co, 5 cs ammonia; Jno Nott .t Co, 100 sheets
Iron, 7 pkg Iron ware; II May & Co, 100 sks g barley, 75
sks fold, (tO sks flour, M7 pkg groc; A Jeng.'r. .1 es
pistols nnil caps; Dr AlctSrew 1 cs pictures; 1" Sebllng,
2!s)sks bran. 1 horse, 1 pLc machinery; Sresoilcb ACo,
3'Jbxs apples; Al W AlcChesnev. V) sks potatoes, 1!K)
pkg soap, 120 groc and etc; A llorned, 10 bx onions;
order, 1ft) hogs, 2 bales hay, and lllpkgs to Chlncso
From Eureka, per Afonltor, July 8th Wilder it Co,
1,2-O.CO ft lumber, 1.ID2.S5 pickets, IUI m shingles.
For I'nnnlng's Is, per Jennlo Walker, July 2nd Fgn.
For San Francisco, per City of New York, July Otb
911.9(10 I64 sugar, 10 bxs betel leaves. 11 baskets fruit,
0-IJ bucks banuuas Oom. Value, $53,121.97.
For Fannlng's Is, per Jennie Walker, July 2nd Wm
Orelg, Air .Marshall.
For Hong Kong, per Itobt Clayton, July 5th 121 Chi
nese In transit from Callao,
For San Francisco, per City of New York, July 5th
Allss ll Clark. Airs It A Alacfie, II 11 Ilolllster, Chas
Brenlg and wife, J Dodd and wife, Alr. dipt Alorso and
son, J Campbell, wife, child and servnnt, J II Black, I.
A Port, Alls- Paty, DrTlnlal", AtcKc.uMie, Copt Whit
ney. I) W Aticfarl.ine, Air and .Mrs AlcCrlnd ill. S I'
Alexander. AIlss Al Alexander. Airs Thurston, W U Hor
ner, A Alunguls. Airs P C Jones and daughter, (luy
Comley. O N Wilcox. 0 Lucas. AIlss Lucas, Alls
lllchardson. I" P Hastings, Airs J T Damcy. CSSprecuels
and wife, W Telfair, L Beandnln, W i: Folkes, 1:
Inwnaend, Airs Bird and daughter. Mrs A S Ludwlg, K
T Donovan, 11 Koolmar. J .Miller. O Bodgers, II Netit-r,
l Kutschcrn, J Dlrck, 1: bnelder, J Allircclit, J Smith,
(J A Weymann. Jus Perry, Jno llurke, .1 Lamplu, (1 W
Paly, ilrs A J Burgess, W B Itoed, Al bhcron, W lla-tlc,
Thos Itelll-. .1 Clark, W (1 Lawrence, .. Smith, Airs L
Doiiiuon, f N Will. Air Berlhroii. F Adderly. I) Cross
and wife. Alary A Meyers, AIlss Leal, (1 tt'ColTie, 20
From San Francisco, per J A Fnlklnburv, July Ith
M N AlcChosuey, Jas Morrill, Jno Ulll, Ed Dillon, Al
bert lltlth, J C .McKay.
From San Francltco. per W (1 Irwin, July 4th-W II
Sealer, I.lzxic W Simpson, Airs Johnston.
From Sydney and Auckland, per City of New York,
July 5th (1 (J Par-ons and 91 In tiansltii.
OIFFOItD BItiaKWOOD In this city. June SO, at
tho residence nf the bride's father, by the Kcv. Alexan
der -Mackintosh, assisted by tho Itov. T. IllacUburu,
Waltbk Al. (lirronu to AUttie 1'ktke, j ouugest daugh
ter or A. P. Brlckwood. Postmaster General of the Ha
walmn Kingdom. Jersey (Channel Islands) papers
DKCKWITH-Dlcd In Honolulu, July 5th, .Mai'Hicc
B. Bkckmitii, Bsq., aged Dti. Tho dei eased wus unalho
of Ureat Bairlngton, Mass., and was a member nf
Brown University, It. I., when Invited to come hither
mid ttko charge ut the Hoyal School In 1655. He was
engaged ten jears In thai school, aud then taught for
some years a private school; hut In lSfTi ti Board of
Education built tho Fort Street School House, where ha
taught until I67S. wben hen-mim-d to Alakawao, AIuul.
On account of an affection nf (he lungs he came to Ho
nolulu, .1 fow w cks ago, and never returned, Ills dis
ease rapidly prngros.td. Ho leaves u widow and throe
children to mourn his death. In all tho relations of
life, ho was much esteemed ami highly respicted. Ills
Christian character waa most marked and decided. An
a member of Fort Slreel Church, his Infitlenre uasim i-l
helpful mid salutary. On his rcmnial to Alakanan ho
became the Deacon of the newly organized Pcrelgii
Church, or which the Hev. Air, ltouso Is Pastor. Ills
death will b much lamented by all his friends and
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Eli. Satuuuay Pntss
Wu. aro tinnvo tilnbly Into in fciirj; In pros
aiul our report of tho rcmurkn iniulo 1111 llm
occasion of tho iiicutiiip; of tho JihIrob, tho
memhora of tho Bar nnil ofiicinU connectoiU
with tho Supremo Court! tnptiau rcnoluliotia nn
tho occauinn ol tha tlccon.o if tho lulo Chief
Justice, nro incoinplule, nwliip; tu the Fact lltut
several of lliu nmniiaoripts got into llm wron
liaiula, aouiQ locovoreil lute, hoiiio not ut all.
TllK Binall-pox ueeinH to liavo hecomo cx
tiiicl.ycsleiiluyboiiiKlho twelfth ilay without ft
(realicupoj let 118 iheroforo rojoico anil bo
thankful and ciiutioua. Wu nolico that ciise.s
nro reported in Sydney and tho unthotitioa uro
011 tlio ulert. Wo can only however, inako out
two or throe decided caucs, tlio worst bein
of course u Cliiii.iuiuu Muicealed by Ida
count ryitien. Tho health uflkm of Auckland
would not allow tho Bti-atner Cify of iNVn? t'ork
along Bide her wjiarf, but n there ia fifteen
days between that port and lhi, beside the
tlvo or nix from Syduoy, oinj need hayo no fear
of infection from that ipuarter.
Tho raisitif; of tho imer-islatid tabu will o
a lone; way towards realoring tho commercial
mid truvclpg fucililies which hnvo been no
iiainfuliy interrupted aud iiiceuveniently
lianipered pr th(' Itinjj continued tiiiaruiitino
jostrii-tioiia, but vho can ay that they wcro
uyeulled fgr or iiiiljiliim
Hawaii snd Miiul Xlscuiij nntouchctl owl
n Kuual tho discus vv tcoichcd aud killed
percmplorilr. It hn brcn ft tpdintm nlitl ex
pennivo viKitnlinn, nml wnrap, to thm island
n very mournful nno. Kxprrienco hmicht isi
said In bo bettor tlutn exprrirnco Iniipht, nnd
wo dmibt tint thnt tliia cxiiprletico will lip hi'd
to hpiirt by nil in tlio community nffi' lol or
not; let u now then na wo Bald before bo thank
ful nnd ratitinua.
Tnr. rpicfllion nf qualification for the im
portant post of Chief JiiHttco of thta King
dom ia n very actions ono to hnvo to dcetdo
upon, more eapcrtally na Hie nvnitnblo talent
ia very limited rm lo numhornf tlio niombcrs
of tho bar having anffificnt atnnding nnd ox
poriencp lo qualify them for tho incumbency
of what may without exncgrrntintt bo lormed
tho mo.t renpotmihlo of nil oflicca under llio
Crown, Several names hnvo been mentioned
and Cabinet Cnuncila been held on tho aiibjcct.
Tlio lalo ChancoMnr'a cnmmiaa on wits d ilcd
February lat, 1677, his iiumctttilo prodeeci- j
aor having been llm hx. I.. II. Allen, imw
Hawaiian .MinlHter Resident at Washington.
Wo firmly .bcliovo that tho jiidgmetitH
rendered by the Into Chief .Tuatico and his as
sociates nnd nlso those by their predecessms,
back In tlio first institution nf regular law
courts in this Kingdom may chnllengo enm
parision with those of any Court of Justice in
tho civilized world. I'or fearless integrity,
legal acumen, thiiioilgh acquaintance with the
business mi hand, the judgments deliveied by
tho Supremo Com t of this littlo Kingdom nro
lin-turpasscd, nnil have boon lowaided by tho
universal acceptation of, and confideuco in their
righteousness by tho approval of every class
nnd nationality nf which this community is
composed, Limited as their numbers nte, it
is not loo much to say thnt thero are gentlemen
nt present on tho bench and at tho bar,
capable of niainlaing tlio high credit of thoso
wlio went bcfoiu llicm, 110 (tilling laik indeed,
but ono which, when undertaken by able and
earnest men will doubtless ho achieved.
Whoever may bo (lie Chief .Fustier, tlio pub
lic wo trut will nppinvo the choice and nc
copt with confidence the derisions given.
A tf.li'.piiom'. message was icccived in
town ou Saturday last unumiiiciug tlio death
of the Chancellor. From tho precarious stalo
of health in which Mrs. C. 0. Han is has been
for several weeks it was first believed that tho
announcement referred to her. Tho Chancel
lor himself has been for roiiio years past in
such a condition that his symptoms gavo He
lions anxiety to his fiiends, but so Midden 1111
end camo as nn unexpected blow. It was
hoped thnt his health might ho leuovnted by
a lour in Kuiopo, which was accordingly un
dertaken, hut without notable improvement.
Latterly tlio condition nf Mis. II. mis and
tlio cares of his office told upon his stiength,
though he was diivcti into town and trans
acted business on the day before his death.
On S.ituiday .Mr. linn is was uiiahlo to at
tend tit tho hicakfast table anil appealed lest
less and uneasy. Ho rose however as usual,
hut kept moving about from chair to aofa, to
his hammock, and finally lay down dressed
on ill's bed. Though still stiiviug against ill
ness and seemingly cheerful iu coiivcisalinn,
ho complained of severe pain nt tho hack ot
tho neck and across llio chest aud of chilli
ness of tlio exti entities. Tlio symptoms
alaimcd Miss Harris ami .Mrs.. Allen who sent
n message I'or Dr. JIcGrow though Mr. Hairis
had said that thero was no occasion for doing
so, attributing his suffering lo indigestion.
Meanwhile such means weie lesmted tu, us
wero avail ihlo.
On the ariival of llio Doctor ho approved of
what hud been done, administered medicine,
left insti actions that tlio pitient bo kept
quiet and warm and returned to town.
I'lescntly Mr. Harris asked if it weto or
dcrcd that his .feci bo kept w arm, and was
answered in the nflitmative, for said he, "they
tiro very cold." Hot water bullies had been
ulieady applied ; hu still conveised with Col.
and Mrs. Allen in a chcciful manner when
suddenly with threo shoit gasps ho expiiei!
at about 3:30 v At.
Tlio sudden death nf a man so prominent in
jodicial, political and social circles causes .1
Kteatgap which cannot readily ho filled, A
man of great determination, when he took up
an opinion it was difficult to shako it. Olteu
timet, he came into collision with tho ideas nnd
tk'HiicK of othuis, ns every public man must,
and his was 11 long and eventful public caiter,
but all patties will agree in regieitiug tho loss
of so htroug and able 11 public officer.
lly tho death nf Mr. Harris the Anglican
church iu tin's Kingdom loses n firm liriuml,
:i judicious adviser, u most munificent and
Tin: late Chief Juslico mid Chancellor of
tliis Kingdom, Charles Coflin Hart is, was
educated at Harvard, SltiBsachiisottn, aud
graduated 1). A. iu 1811, boing then nineteen
yo.irs nf ago. Ho uftui wauls studied law,
and for soiuu time taught iu schools nt Ports,
mouth, X. II., his native cily, and Itoston, In
1810 .Mr. Harris camo out by way of tho
Isthmus to California. This joiirnoy was at
that time made by canoe and mules from
Colon to Pnp.imu, aud ihenco generally by
sailing vessel to S.m Francisco, ami wua a
continual experience of danger aud discomfort.
Ou his uriival at these islands ho com
incuced tho practise of thu law, and hoon
acquired a large praitihe, and his activity and
energy led him into various business under
takings. Uu eaily becamo prominent inlaw
and in poli.ics, nml wiih uppoiutcd Police
Mugitttrato in 1851 Ho becamo Attorney
General in August, 1802, but without a seat
iu tb't Cabinet. Iu November, 1803, hu wiiu
for a short lime Minister of thu Interior, ml
int rim. Iu August, 180-1, he wus again com
missioned as Attorney General, and two other
commissions dated on the same day gavo him
a seat In the Cahinei, aid made him a Pi ivy
Councillor. In the next year ho became it
Member of llio Boards of Immigration ami of
Public Instruction, and on December 22ud,
180S, Minister ol Finance, lie aftorwatds
took chnrgo of (ho Foreign nllice, and was
appointed Minister Plenipotentiary and Kuvoy
Extraordinary tu Washington. On his return
arlur an uUeuco nf about eighteen months,
18)17-8, he resumed his post at the Foreign
oflico until soiuu timo iu 1871, when hu ceased
to hold any Ministerial position,
Soan after the accession of tho present King
he was made, February 18th, 1871, First
Associate Justice, nnd in tho i:iino mouth 11
i'ri y Councillor; on tho 1st February, 1677,
ut tho i catenation nf Hon, K. 11 Allen, ho be
came Chief JiiKtico ami Chancellor, the duties
nf which post ho discharged In the day of his
death. Such ia thu outline, of the life- work of
an able, energetic man. Inflexible in resolve,
of copious information, excellent memory and
great determination, keen of insight uud'
humorous In expression, ha rnaila friends and
opponent throughout Ida long com so before
the public. Those who worked with him aud
under him know best what u joss he i to the
country iu general and to themselves person
ally. Sir. Harris leaves a widow (his second
wife) herself in n mnt precarious stuto of
health, it daughter, Sirs, Jno. Iliowcr, and u
bister, and other relatives. He "a decorated
wjlh (he ojder of Isabella Catolica of Spain
and of Francis Josef of Austria, unit the
i Grand Cross of each of tha National orders,
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
Wr. publish nlaowhero aomo extracts from n
Idler nf n Due lor In Hawaii relatho to tho
cxlhmrilil' iry iliscnso which is becoming an
frequent n nnngst llioChfncsol iborcrs oil some
of llio pln'tntions thero. Tho Dr, describes
tho svuip'.nns nml Ihc probnhlo causes. Ili.lh
acciii to na to bo very similar to tlmso of
scurvy, 'vr. the causes ore put down ns nn
v. holeaomo food, scarcity or nhsciico of vege
table diet, want of wholesomo dwellings, and
tho effects swcllcd-legs and gradual parnlyBis.
Tho same llisenac, induced by similar cnmll
tiona of living has appeared in Maul nml
Kauai, nnd has been very widely spread
nnimigsl tho Chinamen working on tho rail
way in tho mnuntaiii'ius districts of Ilrilish
Columbia, hero there have been a very largo
proportion of fatal cases.
Tin: survivors nf tho Ihlcid hnvo reached
hoiidou nml rep rl that the ship was at anchor
111 S iialy I'miit iu the slruils of Magellan, and
that the lires were alight in the Htirlxi.ini
boiler only, for the purpose of imidensing;
that two "distinct explosions wcro felt: the
former buist up the sliirboaid gangway nnd
tho hitter was in the fore part of the ship,
which sank wilhin threo minutes of tho first
explosion. No ono nffeis ntiy suggestion or
pieaeuls nny theory us to tho cause or causes
of tho catiislrophe. A court martial will be
held at which even- possible effort will he
mudu In get at the (tilth nf tho matter A New
York icpnrtcr pinfesses to have been tnhl by
O'Di.novaii llosa, tho Fenian, that he know of
explosives having been mixed with the fuel on
l)u. ml tho Untie, but then Nuw Ymk re
porlms ami Fenian leaders nro alike given In
draw ou their own imagination when in wiiut
of 11 selisatiiiUj
Tin: news was brought by tho Qity nf jV'-ic
rAtluit tho small-pox had broken out in
Sydney, and ns is nearly always llio case, was
introduced by Chinese. The first case was in
a Chinese wash house, and 11 whilu man who
was working on 11 huijding adjacent to it also
took the disease, Ho" was badly broken out
heforu ho was known to have the small-pox.
A suspicious looking parcel being cairicd Into
:i Chinese huiiso tho hitler was euteicd by po
licemen nccomp.itiied by 11 physician, and a
Chinaman was I cm nil wrapped up iu a blanket
who was covered from head to foot vi ith
Niuall-pox in Ihc Hitppuratiiig stai;c. A iJlii
ueso child is nlso suffering tiom the r.anic dis
ease, and suspected cases ale reported fiiuu
different purls of the city. ho first outbreak
was at Sni'iy Hills. All tho cases dlscoveied
have been closely quarantined and evury ef
fort will be made to stamp the disease out be
fore it will have a lIiuiich lo spiciul. Tho first
c.ihu repoi led took the people of Sydney by
hiii lit iso. Tho authorities of Auckland, iu
coiiseipiencu of the online. ik, refused to allow
the (Jitji of A'rie Yoik on her last trip up to
laud at tho wharf, thus disappointing a number
of consignees iu this city
Ox Monday last, the Fourth of July, tho ono
hundred nud fifth anuiveisaiy of American
I Independence was celebrated with t;rcalcr
cotiil than wc have seen heio for several years.
At day break a s, ditto was fired fiom a Int-
tery at Fisherman's Point, and the chinch and
lit emeu's bells pioclaimcd the dawning of tho
holiday. The " Antiques and Humbles " hu
pin to niiister in Brewer's yard at tho hack of
, ll. .'lay S; Co. s store, and soon afler GT clock
! moved off, led by two hlackei cd imiH uu
donkeys, followed by a tall figiue it flume
color fiiuu tlio lip of his comical cap lo the
I tips of his pointed shoes, iiiotiiilid on ti tall
lioiso ami m.irshiilliui; tho procession with the
aid of a limi sword. After these camo a
number of masquers ucaiiug u gicat vaiiety
ofhiiilesquo costumes, some on liorsus, some
ou donkeys, in bunnies, or on foot; of tho lat
ter, Undo Sam nn the h.icklif his wile, was
the must iiijiciiious. An alleirotieal lliruienf
Liberty, peiHimified by thu ejenius of Ameiic.i,
was moiuiied on a hicjt phitform bmiio by a
w.ikiiu draped in lli.gs and occupied the centre
of thu procession. Tlio oiiiiimd advoitised
routu was folh wed out, with tho exccpiion of
I lie visit totlie American Legation and on rutin 11
tho halt ;iid thu tlueo cheeis nt Hon. 11 A. P.
Caller's, after which tlio march tow aids tho
city was resumed, cviih ti plentiful tnotiui' of
tin hnriiH and all sorts nf tokens of gi od
uatured merriment. Slimy houses ou the loute,
indeed all over tho cily weie decorated witli
flags, Government nml Consular burning llut
tuteil in thu breeze. A queer sort of uiecliou
obstructed tho way thioiigh Fort and Hotel
stteets, Using placed at thu intciscclion of
those two thoriiiighfnics; il was hung with
shields beating nliugoiical figuies of Justice,
Valor, Fame, etc., aud medallions with por
traits, flags, etc., nud was stayed to the four
cornei h of tho hliects; hoiiio bores wo saw
seemed i.ithcr ptrzlcd us to tho ptopiicty of
attempting to pass it.
A lunch -was given yesterday on board tho
brig.iutiuo ir. G. Irwin, to which a largo
number of I'licuds had been invited by .Mr. Ir
win. Tito vessul herself is u remarkably fast
looking cratt, well found nnd well finished
Tlie guests, ou going on board, were cmdially
welcomed by tho hit and Captain Douglas.
Tables wore sproud abaft the coiup.iuinu-wuy,
under the awning, and they uud thu saloon
table below were covered witli ovory good thing
to bo had. After a hearty lunch the company
adjourned to tho deck, when Sir. Ii win was
called upon to spuak. lie thanked tho gen
tlemen present for tho kind cnngintulntixus
nml good wishes for himself and his namesake,
nud remarked that ho hoped that thu latter,
unlike the formor, might hu always " full and
fast." Hu then pioposud the health or thu firm
nf "Spreckels & Urothurs," Capt. Douglas
was thou called mid upon ami In a few words
obsorved that ho know th t tho I Pin. ti. Jnrin
wus fast, and hoped that alio might always bo
full; uud with n compliment to Sir. Irwin,
proposed thu health of Clans .Spreckels. Sir,
1 O Jones being called upon, made u cluvor
and humorous littlo speech, adding, aftor the
cheers and l.iguhier he had drawn foith had
subsided, Unit hu wished Sir. Irwin ovory sue
cuss, uud said that ho bulleved that much of
that gentleman s advancement was due to tho
name sterling qualities which hud made him
fur so muiiy ye.us thu uilhful guardian and
iifTectiou.no suppoit of his mother uud sister.
These lumarks went received with loud cheeis
and "hear I hear!" Mr. 11, Slucfarlauo was
next called upon, and said hu was was proud
thut an old Hchuul-fellow, and old playmate,
one with whom hu had been intimate frmti his
eailiest boj'htiod, had won ihu prominent. place
iu t iu mercantile community now occupied by
Sir. Irwin, ami ho hiuu.ell would be, as that
gouilumiiu well may be, proud of having so
beautiful u vessel Ucaiiug his name. Several
other gentlemen pillowed in a complimuutuiv
uud congratulatory strum. Suan after 1 p'cjnok
tho paity bniko up, each en lying away tho
luitiumhriiucu of u'huppy hour, uiid'n lesson us
to tho success tlptl may ho accomplished by
earnestness and uprightness. Thu saloon is n
very handsome and convenient apartment, with
good accommiKliliou tor u dozou passengers,
Tho lunch wua buiiutilul and of tho ties), thu
vcssol dressed with Hugs from truck to
bulwarks, uud every one wished success tu
her uud her owners uud her cuptuin. Wo can
not profess In givo tho names of till who were
pl'chuut; perhaps it would bo easier to glvu a
list of those wm wcro not, as every prnfoKsiuii
uud interest iu tnu city were largely repre
ii i i n I.
Kditou Batusoay l'tticssi In last weeks'
Satuuuai I'mASX read au account of au express
uud buroti goiuu itr the wharf into tin? sen, 1 ex
pect to see chronicled this week another hurne ami
dray having Kdua over. Iu tlio tirst instance, the
horse wits diontsl we rad iuul the carrisua
smashed to piecm. lu thu second, by ipxHl luck,
tlis Uoxm), a valuable ouo, was saved, but tue dray,
well, certainly not improved.
Slay I aslc uow nuny such like acoldouU will be
reqqirod.or perhaps, how mmy hmaio lives will
have to bo sacnuonl before something is iloue tu
prevent thesa accidents ? Jlauy of Ilia wharves
BIO too narrow to alio a drav or Vuhtelu tu turn
, cbuseciusutly thny h.ivo to bo backed uu to thtj
whsif tu gut near tha vnil they are loailjiig.
Now. Sir. editor, dou't ou think that if (he pows
ers that be, were to Uy out a few dollar so as to
put at thu tdyti of thu wharves a wooslrii cumbiiiu
about sit or aijjbt inches bUih, Utessi eoutluual a-
I ciileuU would uot happtnT
lows' stock iu tr.ulo nail when ono Icwi his lioran
nnil breaks his carriage, his nil is pono wherewith
ho ennis hl tw! for himself nml his family. Sure
ly S) netlilnn otifllit to be done to prevent tho llko
ocotirr.iu for the future. Trnstlou you will ilml
opneo in jour vnlimblo jintrntl for tlio Insertion
of tuU compl lint you will oblige, "Ciuritoors."
Tho Funeral of tho lato Chancellor,
The funeral of tho lalo Hon. C. C. iliurh, Chief
Jnstlco nnd Chancellor of the KitiRilom, took
placo ut 2 p.m. on Tuosd-iy tho fith Inst., from St.
i-hiirtly before tho hour named, tlio Chief
Mourners, Col, W. 1'. Allen nml V. Itntch. Csq.,
the .Ministers, nml Supremo Court Juilc-es nrrlvnl.
Tho ltoynl sents wero occnpleil liv H..M. tho
(iueeii Consott, H.lt.il, the Priiic'ss'Iteeent nml
Ills r.x. (lov. Domlnls, II.it.H. Princess hilieliko
nml Hon, A. S. (!lellorn.
H..M. (Jaenti Hinuiii was present In another pttt
of thcelmrch. 'llio choir, olllciatlng clercjy, nml
Hiitht Hov, llm lllshop of Honolulu euleretl by
west door ami linvilig taken their placo tho service
was commenced, tlio Choir niiinlng thn introcluc
torv sentences nml thp njiisjlnled l'salms. A
hymn was then sung, nml the lesson most Impres
sively rend by tho lllshop, follow! d by another
hymn after which the Choir nml ('lcrp.y withdrew
to the Churchyard, followed by tho conori'statlon,
nml the cullluwas borno forth nnd placed In tho
hearn'. 'I ho band, military, firemen, Ac. wero
formed In Herctanla street, nml tho ciowd of ie
ilcstriuns ami oip-css d livers kept In order and
tho streetwny preserved by the Deputy .Marshall.
As the procession left the Cathedral precincts tho
snltttlnu, buttery on Punchbowl commenced firing
iiiiiiiiioKuus. noavy snowers tell ns tite proces
sion moved up tho valley road, nnd whilst tlio ser
vices nt tho uravo wero goluu on. At tho conclu
sion of tlio services ninny friends crowded round
the urnvo to takn a Inst look. Ilirco vnllnvs worn
llrccl by the ti oops, nud the crowd moved slowly
away. Tho urnvo Is n short distance from tho
central nvemto of tho old cemetery, on tho innltnl
side, between tho rcstinu; pbico of tho late Chief
Justiccs's first wife nnd that of his brother, Abel
Harris. The cnflhi wna broucht from the resi
dence of tho deceased nt Wnlklkt, nnd on Sunday
oveuiiijz placed in tho Cathedral under tho charim
of n detachment of tlio uuardj it wns covered with
n. pall of black silk nnd decorated with tunny
beautiful crosses, ami other desliiiis in steplianotis
ami lillies, the jjifts of sorrowing friends nml
relatives. Hesldcs the olllctals wo have nnmcil
there wero present nt tho service, several members
of the Honso of Nobles. 1'rivv Couiicellors nnd
Representatives, the .Minister ltesident of tho U.
8., tho Ilrilish nud French Commissioners nnd
Mons. ltntnrd, a larKo representation of tho Con
sular Corps, thn Protestant Cleruy, and tho lhr:
nmuiigat the latter wero the l'Y-Altoriicya General
the present and former Deputies Attorney Gen
eral, tho Police Alnitistriito and many others, tho
Kind's and tho Governor's Stall in uniform, many
public: sarv.mts, citizens, visitors nnd not n fow
Ktrauijers, passengera apparently by tho Cl of
Sydney, 'llio Government, Consular and many
private llijjs Ho at half must during tho day.
A horss nml express comprises these noor
Mortnnry Report for Juno, 1881.
Svx. Nntluiinlity. -3
Arcs. a I S 2
M r jBsjS a 5
n js 6 a o
S O -t. Z C H U
tltnli'r 1 ycur M r 0 1 7 ,1
I'mai I 10 n I I I -I a
" n til lu 11 s 2 ..
" IU in I ., I 1 ,,
'Jitii.ii a a s a 1.... r, 1
"80 to 11..... tan 2.. s .. in 5
" 10 1.1 wi 7 2 2 .. .. t a 1
" r,i) to i.... r .. 2 a t 1
"Willi 70 1 1 2 2 1
over 7U r. a : b u
Total as ia rw.11 1 2 1 r.i 7l
.Inns, ISTT. Deaths. St
Jiiiip, 187S, si
Juno, 1B7'J, " tl
.lane, 1KH0, Dcntlis, 4
June, 18S1, 65
Uausc or Dhati
1 Heart Disease
2 OM Aire
5 Small I'm
John II. nituu'v.
Agent Hoard of Hcnltli.
From the Sydney Daily Telegraph, .Tune 211, 1S80.)
The Wullliam Watch Company have linen nnnrileil the
on'y colli ineilal i;len for Matches at the Sydney Intcr
natlninl Exhibition, and arc the only exhibitors In any
class from the United States who have received this
I Solo A-;cnt for tlis Hawaiian Islnnds
JNO. H. BROWN.
Inspector of Weights, nnil Measures,
m Ilerptniiia Strci't.
ITi Orders ran be left nt l'ollcf Htnllon. Om
Ex D. C. Murray nnil J. A. FnlkinburR,
Hoc;), St. I ouis jind Mihvaiikie
Also, Xctv Itrnnils of Fine Ilourlion M'IiIkIcs.
LOVK.IOY & CO,.
II lm B nnd 10 Merchant Mrect.
The Germania Market
Hts nr.v. Tiioirortsin.Y iikmi
nnd Is now constantly In ren-lpt or tli
p host of
BEEF, MUTTOX, VEAL AND LAMB,
From (,'hulccHt Herds.
I'nrk Sansaces. llnlngmis. Head Clie.'s, Oerman
Saiisnsss. Ac. nlivays on haud.ns nlso the best of I'onl
try and Klsh.
Our Meats nro all cut nnd put nn In Ilastern style. All
orders faithfully attended to, and delivered lu any part
of tho city.
n fim HAUI'l' ,fc KCHT.ADElt. I'tnprlclors.
Surnl-isns couut of the iia
uailau Islnnds. In I'rnbntr. In tlio eslata of
CIIAHI.KS COFI'IN IIAUHIS. or Honolu.u, deceased,
Intestate. Hcfivo Mr. JnstlcoJiidd.
On reailliu; anil IHIm; tho petition of I'. O, Jones Ir,
W. K. Allen and h' M. Hatch, of Honolulu Onhu. 11I
leslui; that Cbnrles C. Harris, ot said Honolulu, died
lnlestato at said Honolulu, cm .the second nnv of July,
A. D. In81 and pravlru; that tellers of ndniliilsliHtlun
Issuo to them; nnd nlso prnylne that they mlzht bo
appnlntsd tcnpiirnry udmlnlstrators to net iiiitll tho
hearing nf said petition.
It Is ordered thnt TUKSDAY, tlio 2(llh dny of July. A.
D. 1881, bo and herobr 1" appointed for hearing
said petition before too said Justlcn.ln tho Court ltoom
nf this Cci'irt.at Honolulu, at which time nnd plnco all
persons concerned may appear nnd slum came, If any
they have, why said petition should not bo irranlrd,
and that this order l pulillstird In thu Knttllsh ami
Hawaiian lainjuagi-'s for ihrc-o tiicccsslvo wciks In tho
"Saturday Press' nnd "Kuokon" newspapers In Hono
lulu. And that said petitioners bo appotiitid tempor
ary administrators us prayed for.
Dated Honolulu, II. I July nth, A. D. 1B81.
A. FKv.VCIS JtJDD,
Attest 1 A. ItnsA, Justlco of the, Scprcmo Court.
Deputy Clerk. V, at
T"'' iiMiKitHi;xs.i. k:niiii:tn of
Honolulu, constitute tho Arm nf 3. A. 1'AI.M KK t
CO., aud are engaged la the business of Drttirrlils.
JNO. A. I'AI.MKIt.
, I1KN11V M. UE.NsON.
Honolulu, July 1. IBS!, 41 3t
Iv riixNKQur.xK y nn: dkomnihif
tha lato U. S, llnrlnw, our firm Is dissolved, the bull,
ness Is discontinued from this date) all unpaid Ileitis
will bo settled by J. O, Tucker. Kuly settlement re
Honolulu. June Ilth U8I. U
L. G. SRES0VICH&C0.,
IMPOItTEHS AND DKALEItH IN
FRESH FHUITS&CAUFORNI PRODUCE
TViistM of ovory Icii.a
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Frosh Eastern Oysters in the Shell
HECEIYED BY KAOH HTEAMElt.
istlnfssi nf ihik I?tt. tit li W
CLAlth, ot Honolulu, a Volunlery llankrupt, herebi
notify I persons hayluir any propeityln tuelr poses
slou bjlonirlui: tu said Estate, to deliver Ihesaiuo lu
th uiidtrslifiKsl nnd all Seconals due lu sld K.uu to
be paid tuunedliitly to ikeut at the UtUca of llymnu
'' J. 1IYMAN,
Assignees of llankrupt Eslata of D. W. UUik.
I'ersoni htvlmr any Matches fur repair with D. W.
Clark, previous to Apitl, IVth, Ihrtl, will pleaiu tall for
them at lh iiiflcii of llyuiiu Ilro's. All Hatches uutr
calludYor at the eiplmttuu of tlx months from 1L1I0
Mill ba sold for the bcutitof the E.Uls,
Assignees of llankrnpt Estate of D, W, Clark.
Huuululu.Jmieairq. IMt. 4a Jm
Nu. 0, Hiishiu klras-l. aMl Mao-hcl,
D ler In Choicest Ileef, Veal, Mntton, rtsb. etc.
Kjially and btilpplniOrdeis earefully attended lu.
Live block furulsned to vessels at short notice, and
Vitublt of all kinds supplied to order. ti Ijr '
HAVIKU lk MKtXttKailCXTttMirM
, , Jas. I. DotvsvuUCa (or a supply of Cattle fam
his Walsnss llsuch. I now offer for sale the choicest
Ueet that the UUad iiiodftcee,
Misi ' W. McCANDLEbS.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
For tho District of Kona, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Mortgages, Leapo, Wills nnd other legal documents drawn nt shortest
notion nnd nt reasoniihlc rntrs.
Ileal Kstnto nnil proprrty of every description on nny of tho Islands, bought, sold,
nud negotiated, nnd intending buyers or tellers wilt do well lo intrust their business to
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bought or Sold
Mnrine Protests noted nnd extended, nnd Survey pancrs tlrnwn.
Illnnks for Labor Contracts nud other business, of the Intcst nml moBt npproved
forms, constantly on hand nnd for snlc.
OITlco No. 1 Kanhiunniiit Street, Honolulu.
Ilosidonco No. 1 1 1 King Slrcot. Uusiness nttended to nt cither OITico or Hcsidoncc.
B.1 tf as
NEW YORK lirE
ORGANIZED I 843.
Cash Assets 145,000,000
Annual Income 10,000,000
Cash Surplus 0,000,000
WILLIAMS, DIMOND .t CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
For Snn Francisco, Austrnlln, Japnn nnd
KX-OOVERNOH PRED'K F. L07,
Frcst. of Loctl Uo.trd in Snn Frnncisco.
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
C. 0. BE11GER.
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
ALL I'OIlMS OF
Life Insurance Policies Issued.
EXAMINE THE NEW
Extract from a letter of Hon I P. Low.
I certify lh.it I huvo taken oat u "Tontlno pulley In
tho cw York Llfo Insiiranci; Co. for $'.'U,ouu: thut 1 ru
cntd Itus the best nnd falpst plun of l.lfu Insurniicc,
aud that the principles rmbiKlii'd lu the new plan, alter
a careful examination, hale itimivul the objections I
have heretofore entertained against "Llfo Insurance,"
I have steuillly decll ut d In lusuro until the "Tontine"
una presented lo inc. Yours very truly, "
F. F. LOW.
It provides for one.'.
famllv at ordinary I.lff. rsles.
and the money returned with Interest on arrlvlni; utu
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Par In excess of thoso realized from the Investment of
ecunl niiiouiits In savlugs banks or corporate slocks of
fering niu il eeiurlty.
SEE LISrl OF FOLIGT HOLDERS!
, Each of whom have Insured on this plan for amounts
From $5,000 to $20,000.
II A P Carter,
J C GInJo,
William H Diuiond,
F T Li'iiolmn,
W W Hall,
1) K ryf,
O W Jlaefarlano,
H It Mnofnrlane,
V V( Mncfarlnne,
F A Scliaufer.
C O lleruor.
Win G Irvin,
II W Schmidt,
J 'I' Waterhouso,
E O Dnraon,
J 1 DowRott, Jr,
J W I'llw-fr,
K G Waller,
II K Whililoy,
It W lAino,
G N Wilcox,
Ami many others.
Which la sufficient cuarnutou as to Its merits.
Por full Information, apply to
II. .lACKI'CMI CO., or
SiS K Cm ! O. IlKltlslllt.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
200 HALF BARRELS
IN FllIMK CONDITION,
AXV Foil SAT.it UT
. P. ADAMI.
&37 41 lm
fit THOS12 VKItV l)EtSI1tAI,KM
jjj Premise, known as "ULULAM." Kulao-3:
kaliui. lately occupied by II. II. M.. Com-"
rnlis...ier. Ja nes Iluy Wodehouso, Kso.. Thubulldlns
bavlust heeu lliormichly pslnled. pspmd.and other
will liniiruvnl for the bsucni of th tenant. Opveni.
meDtuatorloldon. besldrs havlnea ulndmlll, with
supply of ("Kid sweet au,i c,4n beallliy water, which
has been aiialyaril by 1'rof.Ttinnin.on of the Challenicer
Knpedltloii. and pronounced by hliu the best lis bad
em since be left England, w
Pur particulars, luijulre of
857 U '"' JA8.8.LBMON.
CrUIFOHNU POTATOES AND 0.'ilO.,S
1N0A8EH ANI) llAQS.
New Crop, x " D. C. Murray,"
HKOKIVKIt TMIoj 1)4 r.
t'Oll SAW UY
July 1. 1WI.
UOLI.E8 & CO.
HOMESTEAD POR SALE .
A U AUK CHANCE !
thi: iioihi: Axn hhi:iiihji
.S. i,fr",",.l.b.,,l?.t.' ,u 'o healthy and
i'.,.,.1l?H!,'',"M.Ue..,L'l,y A slraliiht, carrliK ro
cupied by thu Itev. Proar, located n
sk road. Sin
Itrms caty.aad till warranted Perfect.
' prcseai occupied y Mr. J. A. Hattlogff
m-.-.' .V.-T-. """ 'l-X.-
ZV..H. . ,-vu,," " prrniisos uisii wnn Alapal Bt.,
sBurdlrju ra.y sccss,aiiUllowlni tbt dhlUIni up of
llio mskal iMirlluu of the large paslurt lot Into scvciai
smaller bout lots. The hous. Is larxiaail Couv.nleit.
ttrongly built acd null vBtllaled.
SI 1IUIU 1U1. IS.IV.
Honolulu, July Ut, IW!
A. M. MEL-LIS'
FOIl THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
GOODS TO BE SOLD
26 per cent. Below Cost,
Previous lo tnklng account of Stock.
TO PURCHASES OF 5 OR OYER
3 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
READ PRICES REDUCED!
READ PRICES REDUCED!
Former prices pr yd Present prices pr yd
Illack Silks $a no 52 oo
Black Casslmcrcs 8 25 1 611
Illack Silk Grenadine.... I 73 1 00
Illack Silk Ituiillng 1 w 1 SS
HlnckAlpoca 75 rjn
Velour I'oplln....: l S3 rjo
Denlelle, Uv Lion ITS 1 SS
All shades ot Satins 173 123
Colored Prcnch Merinos.. 160 100
LADIES' FTTBNISHING GOODS :
Embroidered Chemises.. S S3 l0
Plain Chemises t 00 65
Embroidered Skirls 3 00 sot)
Glnsham Skirts 173 150
Summer Skirts 2 S3 173
Balmoral Skirts 2.7) 1 2 00
Heavy Shetland Shanls.. BOO 00
Silk and Jtnhalr Shawls.. 100 3 w
Princess Jackets 2 U) 1 bo
Ladles' Corsets. 1 2 50 1 to
Ladles' Laco Ties 150 100
Ladles' Bilk Ties 100 75
Bargains in House Furnishing Goods :
lted Damask Table Linen 1 50 125
White Damask Table Linen 123 100
Unbleached Damask Table Linen 100 75
Laco Curtains 75 (ft
Itusslan Towels 7B 50
Ltnu.Tnwels 1 00 75
Whlto Marseilles Quilts, 10-1 3 OU... 3 00
Whlto Marseilles (lullts. 11-1 7 OU fl 00
Whlto Marseille Quilts, 12-1 SOU 7 00
A REDUCTION of 25 PER CENT
HAS BEEN MADE OX ALL
LACES. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, IC
THIS IS A
Golden Opportunity for Cash Buyers
THE GREAT BARGAINS
X AM OFFERING.
A. M. .MELIUS,
104 Fort St. BrewBp'look, Honolulu, H. X
IIHKEJft tnllllT-ISl BlHKI l-THY. IN
Nn.i,,';ef!r"l.,",0,'-iIi- KEI1K' an K1 ta'krupt.
jotlco for proof of claims, '
L. II. KKltlt. tailor ,ol Honolulu, liavlnc been silliidl.
caled bankrnptat ahearlnK before Jlr. Jiiatlce. uda
on the SltU June. Ie8l.lt wn, ordered tha oleoba
clven to the Creditors of said bankrupt, lo present tholr
claims for proof, and that the samo bo published In
SiTtiBUAr 1'iihs for threo consecutive week.
DA i the IMIidsy or July. A. 1). lMIVat lOo'rlockA
M.. at the Couit 'ltoom or Alllol.nl Ilile In Honolulu
.,l!ttL"V "'l'1 'vo for all .nrl, Creditor, to appear
and proved said cla uis. By the Court. A. KOsA.
Iluiiohilu. Junu'il, 18HI. (4IUI) Deputy Cletlc.
S?.SM? , COUllT-nV 1IAXK.
P'ir0, .?" hwl!f IL L. CIIAHK, bank,
runt. Third notice of meeting for choice of Assignee.
WiiBtiK., the Creditor, have failed to attend tho
nieetlLir, for choice nf Assignee. In the matter which
was set lorThursduy iheSJd Inst., at 10 o'clock!
Now TUCRcruiu. notice I. borely clven thot a meet
Inc of the Creditors or said Kstato who have proved
po.enr electluu Asilcncts ol said Ilankrupl's Estate
Vlll.sn.lif In tliBklBli.l- a strfiai. . r
,.... t., , lu ...r .luiuii.. A, iiusa, uepuiy v eric.
Himolulu. July I, IMI. IUt
I,;i;tKr.aiK 1-uiiht or tmk iiawaiiabt
...!!."?".. ,n FfobalH. .In the matter or the Kst.te
of WILLIAM HIlOMLKV HAKNKH, l.loof HoihiIuIu.
deceatrd At Chambers, before Mr. Justice McCully.
On rcadlni; and flllnc the petition aud accounts of
Bauiucl M Damun. Executor of tb. Will of Wm. Bro.
ley Barnes, late of Honolulu, deceased, wherein be aika
to be allowed Wu.'x, and char jes himself with $lOo.7T
and asks that the same city be ciamlurd and approved,
and that a anal ordei may bo made of distribution or
the pioperiy remslnlnc In his hende to the persona
thereto untitled, aud discharging bin and bU eurctiea
from all further responsibility as such Executor t,
It Is ordered, ttisi WEDNESDAY, the Sap DAY of
AUOUbT, A. l. 1MI, at 10 o'clock A. M., before tb
said Justice, at Chambers, In the Court House, al Hono
lulu, bo and the same hereby Is appointed as the lime
ami place for hearing said petition and accounts, and
that .11 person, interested may thin and there appear
and show cause, If any they have, wby the same ibould
not bo cranted.and may present evidence as to who are
entitled to the said property. And that this order, In
the English and Hawaiian lauxuaers, be published In
tb "Beturdair riess" and 'Kuokoa" uewspapera
printed end published lu Honolulu, for three successive
weeks previous to the time therein appointed tor laid'
Date at Honolulu, 11. I 'LLY1""' V'
i"'' u t. .Ju.,i,f ""' 'K 8"P''b L'ourt.
Jno. B. IUauquo. CleiW of Bup, Couit' 41 at
SUl'lt KM E COUUT OF TIIK 1IA-
."'l lL4e. Iu 1'rnbtte, Island ol Oann,
UVifi '.. .M.'lI"U !f ' i1') ,h. '.'" ' h ! l
MAHIATATE, of Honolulu, late dcieased. Oidsrap
poliitliii: lime fur piobeto of will and dlreclluir publica
tion ol notice of the lime,
A dotument purporting to be the last will and
testament of MarlaTate, lata of Honolulu deceased,
havluu'on the yird day of Juue.A. It. 1SI. beea
freieutcd ti said frobate Court, and a petition for the
robate-ihercof, and for the Issuance of Istiei. of
aduilBlstr.ilon with the will annexed lu Haui.h Tale,
havluK been Sled by the said Haiinsh T.to. '
a " '.' KV. '&" (hat TI1K8UAY, ska twelfth
day of JULY, A. D, IW1. at W o'clock, Lu.. ul said
day, al the Court Room of aald Court. M ANielMl Mala.
admlnl.traaoTwTlE wira71l!31' " Wn
d. Heoilis,Ts7 hsfMiLftiiilyJ
S in v i Vi i . .i ..71 T. "i. "lore.iraiiist said estate,
?" 'am lf,i. ?f ,.hiCl ,m" "' ' Jrmo Court,
at Alllulanl Hale III Honolulu, on TCtblMY th. IVth
uav uiuuit.vi, ti. iti. il mrrrincif a. m in.ih.
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