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The week has been onerounil of IntereMnl irin
raenl over the relibratlon of the rniirlh tint lis
Interfered "omcnhst with people- ,, "Hug .Imm to
regular business thonirh the fp.. urrlmh of smnany
of onr pekclithl week htvr mllx-nxl our bltplK
houses unit consignee. The full niu! varied cargoe
e x It. W. Almy, Kalakana, Win ' fmlii. Dlscourv,
W. If. Meyer, anil It. II. Wentivorlh from Han fran
'iseo, since our last lsne, ha. placed hup market In
full flock of all needed Coast Snpplle,, while the
Zealamlln bronchi up a partial carjro from the Colon lei.
The extent of trade with San 1'r.iiiclsco has frown 10
steadily that the above list of vessel, lesvlnir there
wllhln a week, or nrrltlnjf here together, l no un
common occurrence The H 1: Com'l lltrabl ami
inrlit rtttltic of the 2M tilt., very truly eaya "The
Iftuallnn traffic In Krortlnjr Kith con, lilcrsblo rapidly.
both exporta and Import for tho week bcliiB
large nrnl of no little value to the commerre of this
port." And jit there are Journals thai, ev.-rrlalnir a
' do- In the luanger" policy will persist In thtlrat
lempta to decry the advantage to the Pnfted Htalra h
ib.' Treaty of Iteclproclty, while other" again thoneh
not out-spoked ORnlnst ll, Indicate by their rllrnre
thai they arc not watchful for the bent Intercut of Han
I'rancliCM for the encouragement of any trade that will
lend to rIvo her the npremaej of the 1'ielflr
nulldlnc activity contlnnei! In ourtnlilst, and sotne
Utile transaction, hale been reported In real estate, of
which we hate the following. Jlewri, Karl Ilros. has
pnrchaed from .Mr. Hrhrlcvir hl property on Nuuann
street between King and Merchant streets for the pom
of 5,7M. Ii has n frontage of 10 feet on Niitianii Ht.
and runa back some 151 feet. They propose to elect
two flrt-jiroof store. tliTcon, one of which has nlready
aeeurcd a tenant. Mr. II. P. Dillingham bat alio ilia
poed of tunmoro double Ion of IMxlW) fett since the
auction sale of a few wfeka Ince, to parllea we
believe who contemplate building at an early dale.
ai me auction aalc last Haturday of the two-storied
residence of I'. C. Jones, Krj., It Is reported to have
been boiirjbt In at J"S,.W.
My the arrhals from Han Prnnclito wo have date to
the Md tilt. The latest quotations on inland produce
are an follow :
SUCIAK Actlie ilcinaiiil. for nil grades of reilned,
Mliglng from 1UQ,I31, c. No allusion made for Hawaii
an. HIUi: -I'rtcrai ate weaker Ihroitgh eontliined free
luiporlj, thengh fie I" held for by Jobbers
WOUL-Dcmand dull with nccninulalltig (.locks In
larlous parts of the stale. Quotable al HOJOc for Poor
to choice. ,
IIIDKH- No material change In values from last
TAI.I.UVv Continues In active demand, quoted at 7
(3.'!lc for rendered.
The nlcamcr Ulty of New Vork ma) be looked for as
due after this p. in. from Han Francisco, with dates to
the 1st Inst. The Miicz will follow with dates to the
Cth. to return again from here on the S.'d.
We call attention of our readers to the proceedings of
Uic Assembly jestirday on Steamship Subsidy matters
end the letters of tho agents, of the Oceanic nnd P. M.
. Si. Co's. relative to their proposed steam serilrcs
between this port and Han Prauclfco.
Wo omitted lant week to make mention of Iho re
moval of the California Ptimllure Co., from their Port
St. Moro In Queen St., adjoining W. 0. Irwin & Co.,
where with enlarged quartern they will have belter
facilities for displaying their eilenslie stock, and
room for upholstering purpores Mr. O. P. Well ex
tends Into the sloru vncatul.
J. T. Walerhouse moves Into his Hue new More on
Fort Mrcct, specially arranged for the needs of his
fancy and dry goods trade that " No. 10" has long been
The Arm of Wcl &, Page p distolud by mutual con
sent, .Mr. West continuing.
The .Marble works, of Messrs . I.ane has been moved
from Ilcthel street to Port, abno Hotel street
PORT OP HONOLULU.
t Mtm Kilauca, Hon, from Kahultil
Hch Mary I: rosier, from Kau
Hch Pauabl, from Uokala
U-1'.MHS .. alandla, Webber, from Auckland
Am bk II W Almy, Prceman, from San Krai?
Stm Llkcllke, from 1111,
Hch Manuokanal, from Ilauamaiiln
Hch Ka Mnl, from I.anpahoehoe
html! H lllshop, fromlvanal
Hch Kaala, from Walnnao
Hch Hulamanii, from Kohala
r. Haw bk Kalakaua,.Mllltr, from ban Pianclsco
llaw schr II A Wentworth. from Hun Pran
Hch I.uka, from i'oholkl
I -Am bgtue WO Irwin. Turin r, from Sail Pran
Hch Knluna, from Mallko
5-Hch Wallele, from -Mallko
Hch Jennie, from l'uiialuu
i -Htm Jas Makec, Trom Kanal
Hch Nettle Merrill, from Lalialna
Am bktu IHscovery, Perrlman, from b.m V
.Am bgtno W II Miyer, Howe, from Han Pran
1 hch llaleakala, for I'cpeckco
:l-l'MbS Zealandla, Webber, for San Prnncisco
neu .uauuoKawai, lor uionaiu
Hch Puiiahl, for .Moloaa
i Oer lik Anna I'rccbt, Jloller, for P Tonntenil
VoksoIh lit Port.
Jlatv bgtno Nlnlto,
Am bk Kdnard May, Johnson
llaw sell Julia, Tierney
Am bk II W Almy, Precmann
Haw bk Kalakaua, Miller
Am bgtnc W U Irwin, Turner
"Am bktuo Discovery. I'errlinun
Am bg W II Jlcyer, Howe
Vrssols Eijiootoil nt Honoliilii, iVom TorolBU
Otr bk Paradox, Ilurgdoir, New Castle ou Tine, due
.' "'y. '5-1' luckfclil i Co, Agents.
Oer bk Adolnh, Hnpfcr, New C'uitU) on Tync, due
II Hackfcld A. Co, Agents.
IU bk Kale. Ilplhfiu, llremeii, duo Hopl l-. II
llackfeld .fc Co, Agents. ,
ticrblc Josefa, HortBioann, Cardlir.due Aug WO Hack-
feld.t Co. Agents
IVIt bk Obcroii, Harvey, I.lvcrnool. due AiipmtMO.
T II Ibivlea .t Co
r. i..n... .
nrlt k Htrathalrly.
, ,. HmmLmif l n. Vr...-
. r'.. miivviiuiu, iiueKiuiu .v; vjo. Agents
Am bk Martha Davis, licnson, Iloston, due epv 16-
20. C. Drew er A; Co. Agents.
W1 ,!' 'Mi Knjlianailor,T)ai Is, New Cnstto, NbW
NIc bk Inn llti, Ilonea. Newcastle. N 8 W.duo
Am ?Y .' .'.! r't,lnTUI I'l'Parture Hay, for Knhulul
Am bV.Ad.1'". V?rTL'.t0" cw ctle. due June SMO,
llder i, Co. Agents
Am ,"Ljle1Ja1,V",Sc':!cuc,lu NSW, duo July
2XW, P. A. hchacfer it Co. Agents.
Am mttne Oraco Itobcrts, (llsen, Newcastle, JiSW, due
Jnly25-3U, Wilder A. Co, Agents
Am le.n Eva. Heel, Humboldt, duo I.cwers Cooke.
Urlt lik UlengabcT, Mcllee. Uvernool, loading May 4tb.
.i. ........:.( ,,-,..-, ."T."""r' -- ....i-
ADiirrn j.iuuia v;iaiiuina, .Mntson, for llllo, duo July
I- jtB-sjsLiiyor JvewlorK. Cobb, ban Francisco,
mm.j i-, i. (latitivm ,v v.o, .vcenis.
Am bklno Amelia. Ncwhall, Port lllakcly, due Jnly 1-5,
Allen A, Itoblnron. Agents.
Am ch Anna. McCulloeh, llumboldt. for Knhulul, dno
Am sen Ida Bcunaucr, bpencer, Humboldt, for Illln,
due July 1-5 '
Haw bk lolanl, tlnrrds, Ilremen, duo Ocl 1-5, II, Hack
fcld A Co, Agents.
Hrlt itinr Anler Head, Ifoncr, San Pranclsco, duo July
Hon bk Ohlclavo. Ordano. New Castle, X. S. W.. dne
. J r 1&--A ij. llackfeld A. Co. Agent.. '
Am bk tmera (I. Lord. Port tiamblc, ifiie July 15--.M, H,
llackfeld Jt Co, Agent..
J,or b,H ucos, Nellsen, New Timk, luadlus May'.'lth,
Castle Cooke, Agent W
Hrltltri'.bS Snet, Dood, Han Francisco, due July II.
IrivQs. Jt Co, Agent.
Am bk Calbarlin. Ilnbbarl, ban Francisco, duo Julr
-vji. U4SH0 ja uook.. Agent.
II M H K 7Unilln VV.lt.ifn. ....I..- .....
.V".!5"1' ' 1 '; '" lu"1 ""Ived nt Aucklaud JuuolDlb,
Jir"'!.JV.,"u,.1'.cf,..on tuo -'h l !l 1 "I. hlghteii
It ,n.. ' i- .V " .' m'iwuiii'VU ill IIOIIOIIIIU
at 101 15 u ni. catber moderate and iJnu thtoughont.
Upokeu-Aprll W, 5' N s.,' v, tier bk Tosefa. llart.
mauu, from Cardiff for this port. in, .
Ouash)-.Eutcred out June ftl, Zar.u. for Honolulu
The vvhallug bark John P. West, sailed from New
Bedford. May lllb.for tho Pacldo Ocean. CaptP 11.
Mnllb tu command.
TUolltU.tmrbtratbalrly va libeled ut ban Pran
cl.co Juno IS, for Iho sum of W,5sO.
The schr Auna wi trausfvmd by J I). Sprvckelj
Jt Dro. lo the Oceanic e, .,, Coui'y . ic.terdiv Tba
brU.W.d.IrwIiiandJ 1). bprecW.. "ill pjobabl?
be transferred to.day to the aui corporallou.-.tu
One-half uf the Haw. bk Kalakaua wa. purvua.cd ou
Moudty by Capl. Miller, formerly of iho .choooir
Uonauxa, trrmt rc.eivnl, Capt Miller took chargv liu-
tuedlaivlyand went lo Honolulu In Ucr.-.llfu.
,'.'' Easlrrn Exchange. ic learn that It Is probable
that tho nevv steamer, ban Joso, Han Juan and Ban
Ulayuovv building for the P. M. 8. b. Com'y., will bo
iii ln.!.hc ,w Han lino between New Vork aud
r.T!;e,!fw "'''Julia I. at Soreuson'. wharf, nttlng
forauolturcrul.oUilliiiNvw Hebrides, sailing about
whirl,"'' bk KUUu Ultl Cnstom Hume
iT,l,JJ,,.W.A,lll u ll fr & Co' wharf dlschare
Ing, She return, to Hau Francisco shortly.
OMe1m.hpEh.VfaS'airU ""' -""'trstai: ! Ih.
,v,Thi.W' ii'w,B ! at "" tool of Fort blrect dl-
ssffi&ti&stiitfr ,lo",, ,uu "" ,roi
The W. II. Neyir arrived yc.lcrday A. H-. with lata
new. from the coa.U-Wc ha. Uoekvia lljcwer & Co'J
vsharf wbert .bo it w dl.chtrglng.
Tbel'.M.b ri. Oily of New Yo,C il u duo tbl.
r.M,, from ban franclKO.
BiHRlLL-lntUl. city, July ,t Captain Wiu.uk
Uaruuix, gtd 57 year.. New Zealand papers pleaso
J rom Sydney and Aucklaud, per Ztflandla. Jnlv i
STO.ks potatoes and 7 pkgs enndrlee. T
crackers, IU) ,i. donri W U I'atke. 11 cs roc. A W
I'elrie & Co, i cs. I rll Icatner. f ,.,, iwlio. 3 pkg duck
and rope; taitle .t Ciioto. au m brick, KM) obi. lira., 75
bi potatoes. I c. h h uoods. pg plus uc, F iVm,
fl.lioi, ll phK b u oousi A iiotai,igr di l.u. lie.
gi.,nii.i.ieiuo.vo,ac. cutixu i, wou,.i,i -i
UiiJJ.IUHli, , pn (,!.,. w.ltj 14,, A, Bu b p'
papvr, biiwir. ci,uv, lowjposist ' lion.bi.vner. I
c. iu.,u Kuoasi u w Alaeim..i. 1 Co. b,. p "."i.p,,
I.VK 111, VV II Wli.eu.ou, 1 l, l.hCV Lolu.l i,
I'ui.i.p. v, .uc.cix.,., 4i c. ..run,.,; i- i,"rL. i
Pkk, ...Use, Alien a. ..umu.uu, Ik pa, duorol J A
in,mer.v Co. i, c, uru,,,, u ...cMilul... c. irug.i
Uuien iiiiiisi. uc Ha,, ana uiuK.; a W uu.u. vi
imK.irruciiitS Ouiuii eotu l.oui y, .4 ,ko nriu ino
zle, fr butler; Ca.tm j. Couae, Hi pg, mUsc; uun
Iron Work., 0 c. ha. tlnare; uuii a s,w, id pk. mu.r,
liWKg, pomier; ll AilUr, t iiOr.,B cowe, I tuils. u
yiatiiug,, Ueiiiaey,,u pkK meals, s ca mu.a; a A
r.nis.Kphgs, jir vook, spkg, and a.7 pkgs Culuc.e
Prom Han Francl.co, per W 11 Merer. June 7- U
Jlrewir. vo.iwo.h, ilcu, liJb.s bay. ajo k nuur. 1
tuim gusuiine, d nur.e.; jiiul.ur oi mtcriur. 15 ck,
1 1C LlllllllgUkUl 6, vO, 1 pgio,o, J eo oil, la bkgs
glassware, lup.i.-siiaruwuic.dl tks uuU; v ndtr o. Co.
liOkgsie.ii; umi o.ou,pkKuw are, t c. uruthes:
lion iron Work., lc.uwure; Jiln.o.iu, 7 sk. ie..u.
JlpaKrocerii.9;A v uu,u, 15 pKg groceries: Mc
vuiiaik,,;. bi, pork; i Cook, 7 mj,, Brrl, i kg,
npikcs.uruir, imp.;;. p,iimui, union. mni L.iruc;v
iiurut.il, b p.); iiuiihiire; Uiucr, ibis vioterie,: imri
nrii.,Jc..iuiuiUk,liilpuu. ktoevrus; ivinoi, .w tk.
orau, a pki;ii giu.envi; njuiii urui, pkt. d good,
cioiuuig, juu.toiiccojLiie.is lea, 1 m wiuei a m
liuuiou, .o ikg giiicMlia; uiucr, -o pkg gri.cme and
provioiuu., Vtuuuiawu ijuo, .4 o.. mi, ot ,t, ull
take, biui.,0 tun.. 1 whijoii; l u inruu., x cl. luk. 5
ikg. oiaiiuuiry; o uoui, i c. 111,-, m vewtm. I truuK
n uuuuwiii, itiu. 11 ukuous; v muwer a. vu.ttw 0.5
lime, iiipui9, muu nuy, uueko buray, iv m brim.
ttriu"1""" """' t'"" uu "' l'kK" "'u, lo viimeso
I rom Han Francisco, per Kalakaua, July 3 J O
liiLner, im pug couuu, a oi.iiat.itr vu, lift ska
Ktu; 1 bath, .at, surtiug liiatuiue,; u iv VViiiiaiu.
u pg. I'ir-iiurv, wcumn.r u. tu, ins pk iruuu, V-t
bin iy, iM lu.. aiiiiif.e, ioi'j pui, ,v.m rtuu.; a w
uuau, in.afcr.in..; .1 o vnk-ur-u. 1 o, vo 0 glut:
lUilll.iei u. vu, l.l.ohiataw.ij, v t Wuil,05.. Iivll
l in KfuL I u ..titae, jO uii ii,i'; U.uer v bis uy, Z
WUgUua, lUUulata, 1 uurieaa; Uuu W Una, 5l pkg lUlul
turn, op.K iuuuit.aauUiij ptg, lu vulMaau 1.IIUP.
Frum om tijuanu, pr W u nwm, ju.y t v u
Irwiil.t. .uj,., ii ,,,,. l.iiiu. X La l.uliulit, l ca
UJla,Lalliy ,uulll, Hn..t5vv,l L luulu UUMULI.XU t
lllillnui., , il u-,u, I La lu.u.lU.c, i o .....Mu,
1 II LCU...,.! , o IV Jl-Ll.,UU, tl ll.B U.U, ! U.I
Lliau,pjjuo, i..ivtjuy u, L,u, m lb i,uiBky; u a Wiue
."i1.?.1'"" """"" UV'-' ''"" ana alei, i it . o.tw.
" I"1" " ...., Wl, MIHIJU, JJ ,.. ,u
OU pel 1'IHI, -M 'u.lll,.B u. vo, 1 u.a U lUjm, 10 Li,
buuia, i l ptriuiue.y.oi ka u.uu.U pk, tl)..b allU
Pii u kO-u; hi o viiuuauui u. vu, u ca iuUbl; ii u
aguew, iju a. iteu, .vl ui. uuy ; o u apicL.e.a O. Co
i uur.e, 1 lutauiuita; vv oiiviu, I i... u good.:
niiUK.V. L""" lv Cu' V' I"'' U"1,B "" s 'i t"
1 rom Australia New Zealand, per Z.alaudla. Julv
SraSlhiiS. Vr:( .. ''.. P""
?,L,?;ii'iu"'u'.kP.taiU.;iJiiuo nra& Cu ,
" " " vu caeu i ce ircaute.
i-or.i),'l2.?":ltC0' Pr z3lndia, July S-WC.JOU lbs
Jlce, UOlioiba ugr. 7 pke. bi-l Icavci. VH bncb.
7 2? 'i! " ""'' ammi "" nQuU Don"" Vaine.
IromSanrranclfco. pirj D Spreckele. to.Kahului.
Juno-W-MI-a Preacott. Ml.j J fe Martin, R Turner
P Gregory. W Daly. C btanlcy, O Thurston. Tan,r
HiWiffLSi.1! BUti0S'' Jnly -1' I"8b6 w
Prora Windward Ports, per Llkellke. July J-Cant T
Spencer. R McKtuxlo, D Jauner. Mr. J Life wdculld,
J P Jordan, t Rocchln, J hlmo. H H Kenton. J 3
?r JIi,eVMv' f ! Ad.ra 4 to'Wun and J aervanta.
Mrs Kla .ahaollua and child, Capt n Ilrlggs. """"'
jj,'? .An;,r,,"a ""J New Zealand, pci Zealandla.
July 3-Mr Lockwood, Mr Millard, Mr Oasklll.
Prom Han Francisco. pr Kalakaua, July I-Wm
Trom San Francisco, per W O Irwin, July 4-Mrt E
llec'kwl'n. William., Mr. L P MOnlr, Jno A
From San Francisco, per Discovery. July 17-Mr
Eidrrd nnd wife, Mr Shore, Mr Lowell aid 13 Chinese,
For San Pranclsco. pr Zealandla. Julv S-J
McKeaguo i wlroaud.ervant. Mr N.ll.w.- A fhca
anc! '.S-,1,11!' L,wlor; E v Wilson. A Lutnley. T W
S? HkV "Melniyrc; iL, ll r Taylo?, A W B.ird and
?t wrhilti-'i."n ";ni n"iMrJ W'w Hall aud .on.
v7t IV' " v. Tf.ylrr 7nd "children, Mr. L W xnow.
nroL.?2l'"on 'fiS1" d"Slier aud son. A Herbert
II C '150511.011. W Oarrott. M U Lima wife and child.
JLnnd.FalOal,0 Kekley. 'R McKoegne. OP Wit
Ham. anil iv Ue. Mr. Diaz. M V.rada. F J DoyleV II
Slowarl.Pailvauud.l.Hir.JIIFarla. J Bryant M B
Horne.it McKcoJlc, O H Br.ndel. P II Rtdward, J
Grace, A poiu. E Colllo.. J Bradley. F L Leslie. V D
Man.on, II Woolmlngton aud S Cblneae. "
From 6an Pranclico, per H W Almy. Jnlv J-J Millar
?0StonrtNLi B'Ihof-'i:,fv7ltb'A wm. as"
ton, HNorrls MrCMi,ol..
Till; NATIIUDaT 1'REMS
Published for tho SiTUtiDaT Pxn Association by
ROBERT ORIKVE A CO.,
Hook, Job and Ucnoral Printers ,
Ilonolnlu, II. I.
-Notices of any events of Interest transpiring on the
other Islands will always be thankfully received for
publication. Correspondent, are requested to append
ihclr true name, to all communications, not for publi.
cailon necessarily, hut as n Kuarantcc that iho wrlttr
la acting in good faith.
JULY 8, 1P82.
PLACE OF RECREATION NEEDED.
Tho Kuccoes of tliu colebrntioti on July- 4th
lias (lomonstrntcil tho fact that thfa cnmmiinity,
whon opportunity uffordg, in capablo of tnjoy.
ing itaolf i n. Tho groat numbers pres
out at tho temporary picnic ground on "Inde
licndcnco Dny,'' tho amiable spirit which pro
vniled, tho null igging iiiorriniant of the younger
portion, nnd tho apparent tlotiro of each and
all to seo that tho otliors woro enjoying Ihow
bcIvcs, prove that nn nccaiti nal ilny of recre
ation is just what the pcoplo need. A day
wuon evury caro can bo thrown niide; whon
all the inouibutiol iho futility from tho youngoat
to tho oldual nmy get out uf town rind do jimt
oa ihoy plo.iboj when the ordnr of exoici.ca
sbull bo such (hut no lame will be intultod and
nobody will be bored; u day thut luny be looktsd
forward to willi delightful antlclp.itlon, rev
olled in and ronicniberod ovei after with real
Now, if we have jiut auch a day, where
would wo spend il? The picuto grounds irn
tho llli of July were well udupird loiheoccu
ion, and tho severul committees who had the
arrangement of tbo celebration deserve the
highc.l pruiso for the thorough mid admirable
manner in which the numerous duties were
discharged, but should a coiumuniiy like ours
bo compelled to look about fur a unliable place
to resort to whon it desires to.tpoud a day ou'
Kapiolsul Park doee not fully answer the
purpooo and will not for many years to come,
if indeed It ever docs, Soverul picnics have
taken place leccmly; ou each occasion tho
committees luvo been obliged lo secure the
use of private grounds, and luvo bea driven
to more or less expenso in preparing them for
tho uception of the picnics; this was a very
colderabli) item in 1U0 caso ofVtlf Americsn
celebriiion. None of ibeio pUaU's bVe btn
WlM lc'V VW: """" W Aim, Jnly a-s 0
wilder &lo, bladders, CM cs amonli. Wkeanslls -i
?.tV!'nM,vKu"l,". trl.l 711 x Vo.pfo'li,.
banmito, 7c boots and show, 7c d goods. I cs
Pipes, t rill leather. I hr loh rrk H i,5 T.V '...."
---- .-w. i-. -; "-.".."im u.ii oun. fj liags learner
and skin.) I.alno . Co. 1W sks barleyj K Ll"n"n. sa
bis hjy. I sks oat. and brant T HoroV.on.Ubi, oak
urn 1" board,, o bbls pilch. I bdl mop,, M R,, 'i ",,
nay, Ittk.teed, 6iuure...i A L Smith, lu.eilur
i.i.chlnes, i c, bdvvaroj Irwin ,fc Co, liw ct. po'.tof.l
Mcthe.ney Ulthons, HO. k, no. t,VM iski bran 'li
k. bv.ns. MJ lilro- vine. !l rm H ..A. i t. . "". Iaai 0,,
iTom S.n rr.nclsco, per It A Wcntwnrtb, July 1-P
LA.dT.UKW' ' "? ,J,''' w Macf.r.ano A Co, fw b.t
ime. o hi. h.y. luj ox .ug.r, U9J pug uquor, vt,tii.
... M.8n lr"'co. per Discovery, July 7-C O
lierK.r 0 iron sait.( j n uit, &, 0u'j bx bolt.: A
.Muniano. 11.K..0U.1 Holiisur 4. to, Uui. .luni.Ve.
- "" -" iB, "" ivu, ii amy a; wo, f)a ijk.
lueaieiu .v. i-u, ou l brvad, M urn. ilui, iou s, nuur,
fi'";',''UlJ''"k. Iiruu pipo, vascuoue ueai! A,en
M .. .'V,''"i,i """ 'Nul1' "' "!: b.iaw.'ro'.tu tiuw.te
J I vtaiiruuu.e, vuK.nuur. iouai!,iuil.. i w..m'
vii uua,iuuin,dioi.uy,w.k. brau o Noll, ,
uuuiaur a.Cu,S pkk. uyo iuu; U P Weils, H i,kii
iiiu-i, if pag. luruiiuret.u .nciuemy. 1 c. diiK.iiiL'.
acouo.,, uj iio.e,-i)pK. nmvriui; t ! ,ia.mV,
o'J iiku iiirnliurLi i o riLv.i.iiu. Hr I, u . .
given nt Knpiiilatii Pik fur g'tid mid siiQic.
lent reasons. Nor is I lie Turk the pluce In
givo llieinj even If iho iifcecunry nccotntulu.
tlntin cre prnvlilrd and wero nlwny in rt'iidl
iies, it would not bo snitublo for tlutt particu
lar purpi so.
Tliero In land nt it I In bo hand within a rnii
veti'eiil dialniice uf the ily whero plpiiaure
grntinds could bo secured nnd reserved fur the
perninncnt use of our cilliens n rexcrvntli.u
that nhnll bicomo iho prupcrly nf the gneru
incnt and bo held fnr tho t-xclunivo pleuauro
and hcaltliful recrc.illon uf llio iecplo. It ix
not yet ton Into to Bccuru n trait of Intid in
aome neighboring valley whit.li imturo luia
beautified, nnd whore the Improvements, will
be permanent, tu,d lliu ncceiHiiiy cntiVuuiencca
need not be dcroulialicd mid sold nt mii'tiun
when Iho day's plcuturo Is cmIkI. Theno
lauds will by-iuitl by huvo pasucd Into tho
hiinds nf private purchanein; ur if (hey nro
left iingarded there in danger thnt the cultlu
will stray upon Ihctn nnd deMtrny thoir fulingu
wliich is their thlof beauty. While these de
loctnblo ple.muro gurdctiH are within nnr reach
is no 0110 poaaoascd nf stiQJciout public xpiiil
tu mnko an cffnrt tnwiird Hevuriug llicm?
With a pluuHiire ground at tho service of the
public tho several holidays of tho year which
now, ub a rule, nro mlher dull affuiri), notiltl
become gain duy. Why should thoy nut? A
suburban resort properly cared for would offer
a thousand uttructioiis: There would bo sylvan
walks and shady arborH for tho deleutntioti of
tho moro quietly disposed; thero would boa
lawn for tennis anil croquet, and fiulds for
cricket and foot and baseball. Tliero would
bo a I nuii whero luncheons could be spread, a
good floor for dancing, lofty BuingH, uiorry-gn-rotinds
that don't tquoak all tho day long;
thore would bo ladders, burs and spring boards
for athlotic exercises, and some of tho several
out-of-door gamca with tho enstonnry appa
ratus, aimplo and inexpensive, could bo easily
All this may not como at onco, bnt it must
come gradually and there is no nmaon why
thero should be any cud to it; a resort of this
charactor grows with whut it feeds on; the
numerous picnics of the year might mid should
eaci: cnutribdto something toward the improve
ment of tho promised and ultimately tho plena
tiro grounds of Honolulu, while they wonl I
ever bo n cnnstntit nourco nf convenience mid
pleasure to tho pouple, and might become as
famous, through the lips of the (rniixicut
gucsls who ' iait thorn, as the gardens of the
HAS HAWAII A POLICY?
There are verv nianv itwiHiiiiH uh tin; nn.n-
eut Ci-biiiut is looked In fur nuirki-d p iliev
for the piod nnd pioeprrity nf iluwuit, fur
ihoro uro pi tout KmutnlK fur tho belief that
there peldnm Iiuh been n mure t-ritic.it cunilitii.n
of affairs in its history than thnt wliich it in
threatened with tu-dny She h s passed
thiuugh daik and uiixiiinn diiyw uf wrung nnd
nppresslun at tho hatidn nf over le.ilnim reprc
sculativts uf furcign pnwerp, tint wrongmiud
niipri-HKinns thnt weto righled and remuved
when referred to their hnmo guvcmuientH
thruugh the wine cuiiucilsuf 1 er then Premier.
Nnr would wo for 11 moment ignore the cuii
fidcriitiuu fur our weakness uh n an imptilHive
Ministry in September uf 1880 iunitlted and
undertook to dictate tu f.iroigu pnuerH.
Tu-day wo have tin fues without thut threaten
tho llfo of tho nation, though it dues nut need
much perceptive ability to discern the troubled
and discords that threaten us from within. Tu
havo watched the coutso of tho present Legix.
laliro Assemblv was bnt tu seo a teudonry uf
a wasteful or reckless appropriation of nionioi.
that tho c-untry does U"t poetess, and that,
too, for objects thnt in nn way tend tnadvance.
or enhance tho interests of tho people, but nn
tho cuntrary, provide fur meaaurea that pan
der to useless extravaguueo and dirphiy, mid
which, foslored, will induce a spirit of indo.
lence, vanity and arrogance. As to what
benefit this country expects to derive by the
change from nn agricultural to a military peo
ple wo confess uurnelvcs unable to answer,
and defy Ita supporters) to natisfy tho query,
for in all this effort tn attain to a position of
"mock soldiery" fur it can bo no other-it is
pitiable to see that every domaud that is
sought at tho hands of the Assembly hue been
supported by tbo Ministry, except tho provis
ion of $500,000 lor a naval craft.
From their courso in tho Unuso and tho in
dications that are apparent of want of harmony
In tho Cabinet, Is it to bo wondered at that the
publio should feel a want of confidence? 'Tls
true ihey havo not yet been tried long in their
responsible positions, but wo must bear in
mind that the Premier has long been assailing
former administrations for want of announced
policies, want of ability or tact in managing
the Homo, want of cohesion in Ministerial
action, want nf many things holms considered
desiiablo and necessary. It was natural in
consequonco to expect tho present incumbent,
on taking office, tu not only profit ou the ex
perience of others, but tu enter upon vigor
ous policy for the advancement of "iho dear
people" ho has labored so long and so dis
interestedly foi . But in all this the pooplo
(not we) aro doomed to disappointment, lor
thore has not been shown the first glimmer of
statesmanship in any measure "ho has brought
before the House, but rather tho reverse, an
inclination tododgo jaauo rather than most up.
position, a preference to conciliate with unwise
measure- rather than risk a defeat or schemes
that would not bear Invest igulion or cxumilia
tiun. The ennrso of the Prnvtas has shown, lu
language plain as day, that Waller Murraj
Qibsnn in iho various pnsiiloiis ho lias imsummi
before the Hawaiian public, haa failed incwry
case tu meet the expectations ho would have
them place in him,
AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAT.
TI10 Fourth uf July IBS.' is already a thing
of tho past, but the memory .nf it will linger
lung with those whu Joined in the nlwervancr
of the day in Hun. lulu. Tho celebrutlun be.
gan at an eaily h"iir aud was continued far
into ths tilghi, mid nothing occurred lo mar
the day in the slightest particular. Citizens
of the Great Republic turned nut ,i mia-,am
were jiiined y people of all nationalities, tn
whuni a general and cordial Invitation had
been extemUd to partake in the pleasures uf
the day. The pincesainn and boat. racing 11
the mornlug were an agreeable inlrmimti.ni to
the exercise! at the grounds on King street,
whero arrangements had been made for the re.
ctption of the multitude uf invited friends.
The mntio and singing Mere good, the reading
oi the Declaration uf Iiaiepeudet cu and the
oration were excellent, the lunch was ample
for the thousands present, the amusements
provided for Young America, and their many
welcome noatioa ware thoroughly enjoyed, ibe
datiilttg wits parlicipited in by pcoplo uf all
ngea nnd frnm every clinic, tcfrenhments wen
abundant nnd Irco ns air, members of the
cnmmllters ncro nliontive and obliging, tin
ball at night was a complete snecess, and
cln.ed one of the moat successful Fourth nf
July i-elebriitiuus thnt Honolulu ever wit.
Tho money subscribed by Amoricnn citizen
was sufficient tn defray all expenses, and it i
.1 mutter uf gratnliitiun thut they turned mil
with such enthusiasm al d unanimity, that su
largo nnd cuniniipulllan a multituilo of friends
joined willi titans In the remembrance nf the
day, mid (hat inly tho kindost nf feolings were
ii .ii foiled Ihrntighniii. All Americans must
hive foil gratified to witness pnnplo friitn
every continent mid the islands of tho sen
funning for Iho time one largo happy family !
nil must feel thankful toward the many friends
from nthor lands who united so heartily in
making tho day nno nf unalloyed pleasure:
nnd every nno who was present will accord n
duo share nf thanks In the committees, win.
left nothing undone that could add to tho eti
Jnyrueiit nf tho duy, and will join in tho hope
that Honolulu may seo many moro Btich eclo.
brations of tho " Olorintis Fourth."
In nur next issue will appear an odilnrinl ou
the Egyptian quostion for wliich wo have not
space this week. This is Iho all. absorbing
topic nf tho day aud is a poctlliarly intorostilig
0110 at tho present time.
Things Wise and Otherwise.
Twenty-five roprocentallVos voted " no " ou tbo
motion to Indefinitely postpone the consideration
of the 10,000,000 loan bill. Their names will be
foand In the report.
The manner of tbo reoont chango of Jailor of
Oatiu Prison detracts nothing from tho Into Incura
tent, adds no Innrele to the new one, nor glory to
nnj one responsible for the change.
It is 0110 thing for the Assembly to favor a
910,000,000 loan, another for the natlou to est it,
and quite nnother thing for the people to pay It.
Kgypt's present troubles from Jnst such a course
.honld tonoh Hawaii .1 lesson.
TboprnMut Ministry say they "deotn it their
dnty not'.to allow expenditures of public mono a
not authorized by tho Assembly." Dy tho liberal
appropriations for items innumerable we should
Jndgo thoro would bu no need of any.
Our sympathies extend to tho disappointed
many on the projected roato of the procession ot
"Antiques and Horrible." on the Fourth and
trust that no slelRht to tho American Minister
Himidont was Intended, though it looked Tury
roach like one. When a route is once ndopteu
and published it should be strictly o.irrlcd out.
Oar"jeol of ooad.lsaoy" Obcdto deem it a
strange proceeding in Into Ministries for royal
measures to bo presented to the Assembly by lion,
member, lint now that be himself occupies tin
exalted position of Premier, will he expi tin
u hy the $500,000 asked for to Inaauarate a navy
to bu in kecpliiR with the proposed army was
introduced by n representative, nnd Toted BRMiut
by the Minister of Furcicu Affairs.
Wliun n National L iw Sohool as naked for bv
oiiie of our Solon'o becomes an established fact
nod turns ont its graduates, we may expect appci.il.
lueutH tu tliu Attorney Generalship, Bench 01
Chief Justiceship similar to the rule that Is pro
minent in all recent change. Thoro aro those
who desire, to seo the day hastened ; but whether
they aio the true friends of Hawaii, or ber most
dauiieroas foes, we leave for those to judfto who
Bhonld have her deepest interests most at bean.
Our contemporary the Oittttt considers this coun
try is at the zenith of ber prosperity, and from
this timo forth hor Crown land values will rapidly
depreciate iu value; therefor, it would be wisdom
to ri-movc the ttba uf disposal thereof and
shoulder Ihoru onto private partiss. We beg to
cllclei: If tho Government, either by aoonrseof
misaniungeiuent of said lands, or by a political
policy, haa brought on a depreciative condition ol
er real eclats, sho alono is to blame in the mat
ter nnd should bear the result.
The,idH pat forth in n recont eommanieation
to the Fnxes and echoed by a contemporary that
tho water supply of Honolulu wonld be better
manage by private parties no doubt has much
fonndatiou of truth In it and probably g.tvo rise to
tho rumor that an offer had been mads the Gov
eminent for tho same, but wo doubt if thero be
many who would desire to seo this consum
mated. No ono here wishes to be victimized by a
private monopoly similar to the reputation attend
mi: the Spring valley Water Works Co., of San
Francisco, though we do believe that when our
people are taxed for a supply of water for n stated
period in advance-tbey should have it, or a
rebate allotted ior non-folflllment of contracts,
whether by governments, corporations, or private
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Ms. CfiuUN left for Maui by the LIMikt last
Tub July torm of the Snpromo Court eommoneed
on tho td inst.
Tnx CVfy of Xtw York will bo duo from Ban
Franoibco this evening.
A NUMsxa of peoplo wero 1 a town from the other
Islands to spend the Tourth.
FaorusoK Zimloch left bore for Kauai by the
C. R. Bishop last Wednesday.
Wn.iuM Bocxr.E haa boen appointed Jailer of
Oahu Prison to succeed Mr. D. K. Fyfe.
Au of the Island steamers that romaincd over
to celebrate the Fourth eailod on Wednesday.
Oovxbkob Doucua has been quite seriously in
disposed for several days but Is now improving.
Tns postofHce elerks have been handling unusu
ally large malts lately both foreign and inter
island. An Informal meeting of veterans of the U. H.
army and navy was held at tho plonlo grounds on
tnuonriiu it was decided to organize soon.
On Monday last, Mr. Geo. Uaefarlaue'i new
schooner, S. A. Wmtworth, arrived from Ban
Francisco, and Is to bo nied for the local trade.
Tub Ztataniin arrived from tho Colonies last
Sunday and sailed on Monday morning for toe
Coast with a good cargo and several passengers.
In the show window of Mr. Thrum's Fort Street
store n painting of the John Haneook midlines in
Boston, by Mr. Forneanx, was exhibited on the
AixoutT-UnraUb PastroN kept open bouse on
the Fourth, aad many visitor! aeoepted his hos
pitality at his resideneeopposlto the plenio grounds,
n King street.
Tire Fourth has never boenoelebraWd here more
orderly than on Tuesday last; there were no sen
nas accidents and no disturbances of any kind
worthy of note.
Wc noglectod tomeutlon last week that In the
luvsatlcatlonof tbeoiuseof Mrs. Janner's death
Home months ago, the chemical analysis proved
that tho lady had not taken poison.
CarTant Uorx of the AxjirHcud has been ar
rested in San Prauclsoo for assault on the Chlucce
interpreter of the D. 8. Courts, and for having tbe
berths on bit vessel Illegally arranged.
Mist friends of tbe Uev. T. Dlaekbu'n assem
bled at the school bonse adjoining St. Andrew's
Cathedral Thursday evening to bid blra a kind fare-
til. Ho leaves for the Colonies by tbe City of .Vu
Ms. lUiucNixcs will occupy tbe pulpit at Fort
3trett Church to-morrow and will speak from tbe
m xt "How long bait ys I" la the evening tbe Ten
arable Or. Coan of Hllo will preaafa. '
Mitu have been rvoelveel from tbe Coast this
week by the H. V, Mmy, W, O. Jnriu, Wtcmiy,
If. H.Utw, the Itteet date being to Jane 33d.
V sry liitla us of interest U contained in tbe
Oat Thursday tveahag after tbe eoaslission ot
tbe biulueee ot lh Eugiueere of the Fir Depart
ment a baadioau gold wateb and ebalu at pre
sfttd tu ChUf SofllMer Las, wka retiree from
Buy UBllf .IH.
Ua. Buom au4 Mm Band bsnr bad a very try.
tag Urn ca u twmk, Uw$ at U a. a, uA
continuing with little Intermission until 2 a. ra.on
tho tnornlna of tliefith. Their sin Ing qualities
wero severely tclcl.
Jattcs H. Dotn, uhu hat been tu the employ of
the Interior Department for sevornl years, was
prevented tilth a line silver fruit stand by his fel
low clerks, on Mundiy Inst, accompanying which
wan a neat lestimotii I.
Amomo tho pnsseiigers for San Francisco by tho
Ztalandla were .Mr. Oeorgo Eckley, bookkeeper of
.he Hjltcjiday I'nrsa fur tho past two years, who
letums to bis old bimr, nnd Fred. Ii. Oat, who
guts fur a short period of reel cation.
An exctauge Bat "Information bns been re
ed veil nt Ottawa thnt nn engineer nnd flfty-twu
uiecbituli'H have reached Honolulu, nnd are build
ingii marine. ttnmwa tin re. 'llila lathe Itiliinllvo
tep toward the s-HtaljIlslinieiit of n Canadian Iluo
or Bleamentu the Bmdulch Islands nnd China."
Akotuer masMcro ia reported from tho Boulh
3ca Islands. The recruiting trig Janil SUmtt
hlle nt Mnhjti, Solomon island, the crow with
the exception of one man who esctpod, wero ruur
lered dariug tbo iib-etico uf the Captain and
-tecoiid mate. Tne teasel wai afterward burned.
Tut&E havo nrrivid during the week three pas
oengers from Auatr.illi by tbo Ztnlaniih, eight
from Han rrnuelsco by the Kalalaiua, olght by tho
JfiaViSix liy tho IikIii mid eightiv u by the l)it
entry. One snlleil frum here fur Vfoturla by the
tiiH' Prrcht and slxty.two for San Fr.il. cboo by
CariatN IJincocs had on exhibition the other
dny nn apple grown on his plnco on tbo plain. It
.van ono of three which 11 joung trco boro. Somo
napes from .Mr. HurbortV pi ico nt Knllht were
lino shown this w ok. Wl ii norsovemnce and
oira we ought tu crow m my uf tho trults of the
icinpcnuo uuu uere.
Follow inu U tho programmo of tho Baud Con
cert at Emma Square to-dny nt 1:30 r. f. :
Introdnelion,"rbo Martyrs" Donizetti
folka.'-lhe Little r'nntlnr; Face" ...Mraut,
McUcttnu. "lounon" Lccuin
Waltz. "Menna uloud"...,. Mraeta
I'avallns. "llell, ar.o" LIciiU.llI
llalop, "Clear ibe Trtck" utrama
J. T. Watebuouse's now brick atoro on Fort
street, Just finished, is ono of tho handsomest
buildings In town nnd H nn ornament to tho
block betweon King and Hotel atrutts. It has n,
roomy nppor story aud the lower portion is well
calculated for a dry goods store. Everything ia
conveniently nrrnncoJ and customers will npnro
elate tbo chango as well as employees. The si lo
walk of neatly laid mos ilo is an attractive feature
uf tbe new iuiproviimtntt and adds mueb to tho
ippoarunce of the building.
The Gospel Fervlces conducted by Mr. Unllou
bock, with Kov. 8. E. Bishop, A. C. Forbes and W.
H. lttco ns translators, h is this week been devoted
to tho natives, nnd havo from tho first been
marked with a great deal of intercut. They com
menced labt Sunday eVoii ng. nt Knwiiinhno Church,
after which they inivo been held nt Kanmaknplli;
and the awakening amonj the peoplo plainly Indi
cates that "the Hold Unbito for tho harvest."
1'beso sorvioei will ootitlnuo throuu next wvuk.
Boing hold iu Knglinh nnd translated into Ha
waiian, ihey are adapted tu foreigners also, n larj;o
number of vv hum attend and manifeet interest in
Tue tu seuco of lluwiiiiau 11 igs from aieoiif? tho
profnso decorationsof tho Mnslo Hall on the even
ing of the Fourth hau been tpokenof by a contem
porary, but it was no fault ot the committees. In
iddiliun to tbo American Uags, were those- of
4eMr.1l leading ouut.trie. and a piacu tins left over
ihe King's box fur the roynl 11 ag and another place,
left font largo tlnvvaii .nil ig beside the "Stars nnd
otripes" utuier the n,um bttiud. llio Ilagswcio
engaged, mid the royal Ut.R turn to havo bicn sent
frum the Palaeu betoro Ihe dance began, but did
not arrive, and, vt hen loo late, it was found that
it cuuld not lie prccured in time. An explamtion
wan Immediately made to tbo King who was per
LifcT Tuosday evening a drunken tunn was put
out of a saloon and tuo r ollcvrucn standing by
wero rcquesti d to rrest him. They rouueed upon
thu man hh if they vvoro gulng to tear him limb
from limb and began to ur.ig him along toward
tbo Station House. He nukeu for his hat, which
had fallen off, but instead of stooping to pick It
up for him or even condescending 10 take it from
a boy who handed it to them, one uf them kicked
the man and both tvviattd hU nrnis to mako him
move along. A Iriend of the prisoner advised
mm togonloiiu quietly to tho station house, which
he did withcut futtlnr trouble, and if tho cowardly
brntos who wore the polled badges had not beon
apuiling for an opportunity tushow thcirnuthority
uy abusing au uniurtnoate drunk incipable of re
sistance, they 0 iuld h ivo taken him with them
without creating any disturbance. Tbo numbers
uf tho offlcera are 34 and J nnd they are guilty of
assault wnethtr they bu charged nitn it or not.
Sociable at Hilo.
Hllo, tho beautiful, has much enjoyment. Onco
a month tbo nlwayn delightful church sociable
occur. TueBdny evening, Jnne 27th, tho soclablo
na held at tbo reaHence of Mr. L. Severance, nnd
a delightful occad ,u It was. It is nlwnys a guar
antco fur a pleating timo to know that It ia to bo
bold nt tho house of Mr. Severance. But of nil
the treats tba last sociable excelled tho most ex
cellent. Tho programme was cortiinlyn good one;
speolnl meutlun mn,t bo roads of n few of tho
selections. In tho interview between "Betsey Bob
bet and Joelnb Allen's wife," Miss Clark was par
ticularly g od as tbo hitter, as was Miss Millie
Austin as "Betsey Bobbrt," each dressed in char
acter. 'I he "Portrait of a Lady" was excellent;
all iccoguixi'd her nt once as our esteemed friend
Misa Jane Deacon, and ahuueomed to be in a happy
frame apt oared well with her face in a frame.
The critics, Mr. and Mrs. L. SeveraLo?, made sug
Lestlousto thu artist, Miss M. Austin, the conse
quence, was thnt Miss Deacon had her face danbod
with black and red paint giving it n hideous ap
pearance. Mr. Beverruco was' excellent ai "Mr.
Pickwick," and iilss E. Llnrk ns "Mrs. Bardell;"
she did tbe fainting in tbo arms of "Mr. Piok
wlok" exceedingly well; in fact all she did was
dono well. Master Alloa Severance was good as
vonngJ'Bardell;" so wns Mr. 0. C. Kennedy ns
"Mr. Tupman," and Mr. W. Terry ns "Mr. Snod
Kiav." A jonng lady, Mies Grace Porter, and
young gentleman, Mr. Leu Lyman, made their
debut as plant ta, by playing nicely a duett. Tbe
f urogram mo was aa follows: Song, In tbo Oloam
ng, Miss Luoy Wotmore; Duett, Piano and Violin,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Severances Interview between
Betsey Bobbet nnd Josiah Allen's wife. Miss .
Clark and Mrp. M. Austin; Piano solo. Fatlnltza,
Misa Hellen Severance; Piano Uoett, Bory O Moore
Qutokstep,Mlss Greco Porter and Mr. Len Lyman;
Artist's studio, portrait of nn esteemed lady un
veiled for tbo first time, n few art critics being
asked to express tbotr opinion of tbe picture;
Duett (vocal, Holy Mother guide his footsteps,
Mrs. L. Severauce and Mli Eva E. Hitchcock;
Piano solo. Singing Lesson, Miss Fuller) Selec
tions from DIckins, Mr. L. Severance as Pickwick,
Misa E.Clark as Mrs. Bardell; Duett, Piauo and
Violin, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Severance.
Jas. A. MiSTm.
LATEST FOWIION N E W8.
N ws received of the loss of tbe Rodgtvt In tbe
Arctlo describes the bald and ineffectual tight tba
crew bad nlth the flames. '1 boy wero taken on
board the whalor Aorfi Sfur, Capt. Owens, whloh
was in Honolulu a few months ago, aud by ber
transferred to the CoiuIh, which arrived soon after.
The EnttlLb steamship Etcanillu capsized when
just outside the bar nt San Francisco on the 10th
nit., slid all bands ere lost but tbo captain nnd
three men. A comt of inquiry to luvcttlgato tbe
0 iuo ia being held.
A destructive tiro occurred at tho Oakland Long
Wharf on tie 01li nit., which burned a largo
warehouse nnd the American bark Oi-rnf WitUrn.
Tbe bark A'oi m also had ber rigging bnrned.
Anotht r illktributiun of tbe remainder of the Ge
neva Awatd is bemg made.
A bill has been introduced iu Congress relating
to tbe Pmidiutial succession In cam of tbo death
of tbe Prtsident aud Vice-President, providing
that tho Cabinet como next, beginning with tbe
Secretary of Citate.
UT Feu can gtt rryn MoMrDrui Ooatli at U3
nfi f.r yard af.i'J Jffn'. 101 rort Strut.
iW rtutfut, Sattut and Bllkt trill it 10M of tt
ifuJ;irks durfn; Me mxt fafrfy day at 4. if. M1III1'
101 Fort Strut,
HONOLULU FIRE DEFT !
TUB FOLLOWING NAMED
L r.cntlma hat been duly elected utBcer
JBHl "' lb Uefaitment for the eu.nUx year, and
aa.uuie i lie dttttc. of tbulr re'pccitve offlci, tbl. dayi
JubnNott , Chief Enjlnesr
Xoberi Leweie , Ul A..I. Cucleier
Ciii. II. w llon id A.. I. fctulbter
Ja,.V.Url olre fire Marshal
Ca.a.T. Uolick ...ii.w.ury and TrSa.ortr
,, ,, C"'!. OW.WK.Bect.ll. F. P.
Hooolalu, July 6U1. l-i. T s,a ;i
DUHING MY AU8KXCE FUOM
tbl. Kluedum air. ll.M.TavU.v n, aiak.u,.-
i.ul, bis full pun.f uf Attorney 10 do bo.liie.. for
: (TO L. A. ANUKfcWH.
TUIIB IS TO CEIITIKV 'rn.iT n
.'iS1'0'"! 'Vldln laHotoulo. Clou Tusr. rs.ldlair
lo CblD.-Uavlax pureDaBid Ibe lute.e.t uf t'tal. aud
YOQUC Ka. realu ni in llunnlnln .iii.n.tt.tii,... In in-
firm of ON CHUM A 00. dolnj bastm.ilo Uoaelslu.
HeaWals, Juut d, MM. n
J. T. WJTERHOUSE'S
llavltur hem rehnllt with speelal rffrrcneo to the
nants of tho l.Alni'.H' I ll I ur. nt llil" city I, now
belnrj moved into with an ctcollent line of
FANCY AND DRY GOODS
to tthlch the atleniton cf the nnblle Is
Fxpected p-r Stmr. City of New York
A FI E LINE Or
NKW 3 O 0 1 J !
Selected txprcifly for this tar' by
97.lt J. T. WATEimOUSE. Jn.
New Piano Music !
T. G. THRUM'S FORT Street Store,
Consisting of the ToUtmlng Popular Piece, by
To tthlch il'c, atteiiiiaiice ot Musical critic are re
sptcttitlly ltivlttd, vizi
(Jrnnil Mnzourkii rln Concert)
Xcvr Notre Iinmo Wnltzcs,
Copies of Kiimohnmohn Hymn,
AND A VAIMETV Or
:. casTir, 4. n. ATntr.TOM
o.tK'i'i, ii .v co out:.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Doalors in General Morohandiso,
No. SO King Street, Honolulu, II. t
The Kohala Sufi.ir Co.
The Ilalkn Sugar Co.
The Alexander ll.iUl
The Hltchcoclt i. Co.'s
It. Italatead, orWalalua
A. II. Bmllh A Co., Ko-
J, M. Alexander, Ilallm,
The TTnlon Insurance romnauv of San rraiiclsc).
The New England Life lnsnranee Cuiupany, of Iloston
The niaku Manufacturing Co., uf ltoniou. m
I). M. Weston's Patnnt CentrlfnRal Machines,
The New Yurk and Ilonolnlu 1'acl.et Line.
The Merchants' Line. Ilonolnlu and ban Francisco.
Dr. .Tflvner .V- SnnV Cdluhrati tl Mcillclnes.
Wilcox Ulhb'a, Sinner Mannfactiirlni; Company, anil
Q.U8 1' 11 i Wilsons' Sewing Machines. ly
I1.1VI.C1 O.N .NirVI lt.W, IM'C'A-
slon. elven the nnbllc evidence of hla
fYSTTll thomugh competence in 1UNIKG ND
"." REGULfTING PIl0S. i hich lie ha.
hail loneeinerlener. Mr. INil li. silNI.(Jlt,V.TZ
desire, to state that he has received a excellent fttl
monlal from II. I EIIOLR,
Candmastt-of Itoy.il Hanatlau Hand.
In addition to tbo tvldcnco I have plteu of my ability
in Tnnlne, I tvlsb alio lo acquaint the public In lha
.amcmannirof my enpabllliy In rjlvlns LESSONS IN
VCML AND INS1RUKENTAL MU'IC, after tin, moat ap
proved Lumpenu mtlboos. A Hiv odvaiictd pnpll.
will be taken for liirtuictlm.
Address, IBIDOR IIOSENCUANTZ,
SS Thrum', ton bt. store, or Palmer's Drn btore.
IP C. DAKL', 05 MEHCHANT'S
J Exebance. is tho only anthorlzed Agent of the
Paiae In San Francisco. Tho BaTCHdav Pna can
always be seen on fllu lu hi. ofllce. jjo,
COI,UMBIA B1VEII SAIiMUX, IN
barrel, and half barrel.. For.aWbv
130LLE3 & Co
A. 1ST PiT
At the Honolulu Clothing Emporium,
A. M. MBLLIS, 104 Port St.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
Havo Jnst Received a Very Complete Absortment of
New and ' Staple Groods,
To which they beg lo call sttentlou. In addition lo their usual .lock of
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House
Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, dco, dec.
All of which are ot the iloil Approv.d Patterns, they have received mauy Kovtltli. new to tfcl. Jl.rktt
LANTERNS - A FuU Line, in Quantities to Suit !
'fllallTff Ai MaWA h
Xo. I has Inch Wick. Ko. 2 has I Inch
Wles. Mo. 1 baa Hi Inch Wick.
., BT Oar Dtock l.oow lari
r BrnieaiB,v uuoo, 1 1
Here. Lamps, and Lag
this mar del, YaJ.ullu
Cvt Snd mete consists than utar b.fore. anil I. b.j !... 1 .1... u
,?? W"S'' !' alWdsoiruU.tc. Al.. stTv?r I'laiwl Ware Chsods
Ll"?'i u "S'1 lu.1 f' ! ' ' Ji"Icsb atd IMII.L "slVlB end Oil. niid In
W J ha ii
HI rr-l Y
I ?? to
S. ?5 W t? 9) SO
sS ofo 0
i e a R I p fl 8
n $ c 2, 2 " tu w
S k Z -P ffi s-fll
f 3 1J&1 C-2
g n J 3 W IS Eg
M j d R ? "a IbeJ Casi
IB ft ta L 2 p58
0 tJ t
p J ?
ARTESIAN ICE WORKS!
W. E. FOSTER'S POUT STREET.
A enpertor quality of
NllLIi:i JMII.Y TO t'LVril.'J.Its
i. .i,i. I'.vitr.M ur
Ctr bhlpplnr sappltt.d In quanlltUs to rait. -Wi
ORDERS FB3M THE OTHER IS' ANDJ PaiMP'LY ATTEND
013 M EDU. TE EPHONENO. 111. Im
Foreclosure of Moitgngo.
rp II 13 UXDBRSIO'ED GIVES
X notice that Iu virtue of thi authority dm f erred by
a rnortcagc deed, mailu by S. M. Oiiin, Abruham (Jhltt,
and J. Kuuul of Wallnkn, Maul, to W. II. C'umnilnga of
nrao place, which morlraga drid I. rccordidln tho
Uovcruinent registry book tn Honolulu, on pari 13
and l"l. The t.tale mortcace. by ihe, aid lUeil.con
Flstn of houses, lease, uud horse. .ow the time
having expired by limitation, and hecauiu the condi
tions therein contained have been broken, I Mill .otic
and hold .aid mortgage, and after thu expiration of tho
tlmcallowid bylaw, nill sill the, ami-at public auc
tion. W. 11. UUMMINUM, MortRacee.
Jno. W. Kalna, Attorney for MorlL'agee. U,1 It
ALL PERSONS SEEKIKG EfrPLOYMENT
A XT) AIj TATITIES EITHER IN
IlonoiUiu at any of tho Island. In the Group
In Want of Employees
Will please make their ifauti known to tbe under
lined, v, ho will do all In their power to nil their orders.
P C JOMES tr
J.'B.' ATUKKTON, V rmployment Commlltco
D. 1". DILLINGHAM. J Y SI. C. A. 57 672 6m
f-vitou.f nAitti:v, wuon: iiaiim.v
Ur ForUaleby EOLLKB&C'O.
1 11 M'iiTWPim.i'1 i-ui s en ,11 ii'Bwr
Qouuluo No. O Tnlmlur
No. t Burner. i Inch
HLVHJH X 9 MJ slnB m 1
j jwaeats. 2 ,&;, j aa. ji JWJiS.iiaAatiiitlfetii