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SATURDAY, JOMB , iMj,
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.Of I, I TIMS.
If )mtr water Ijsluit off, It will l)iiur own
The Planters' Monthly for June has liecn on
sale nil Ihls week.
A farewell em is said tnh.ivc Ik-cii written
hy the Lite Princess Kcclikols.nl, shortly be
fotc her tlcntli.
Maccabc, the mueh-ailvctllv.il rind well
mlvcrtiscil P.nglish comedian, will apticar at
Music Itall to-nli-M.
" lllcsseil it t lie man (who liics niauka the
ilusly (lioroufjhfatc), for he shall (not) lie
(quite) fillcil (with dust)."
Water lias liecn taken from the nrleslan well
In Ihc hold hlock, to the residence propcily of
Doctor Mcfircwon Hotel street.
There will lie a union prayer meeting at Ihc
V. M. C, A. Hall, on Sunday afternoon, at
3 o'clock. All are cordially incited to attend.
Two prctly flower pieces by a talented pre
sumably fair and unknown nttist, adorn the
in.ikai window of Mr, Thrum's Fort Street
A clock with an illuminated dial, to lc
placed at sonic conspicuous xiint, is needed
liy the iiiHlnii;ht prowlers 01 Honolulu gorxi.
mil nun iiiuiiiitciii.
The friends and well-wishers of Mr. Glaus
Smcckcls will regret that he haslitcn seriously
ill of pneumonia. At last rcrls he had gone
to Monterey, convalescent.
Ily the terms of the wilt of Ihc late Princess
Kiitfi the hulk of her property Is left to her
cousin, the Hon. Mrs. C. K. Ilishop. Life
bequests to edd retainers are also made.
The Chamber of Commerce will meet to
day, to consider the continuance of its charter.
If continued, the cliamlier will reorganise.
The coinage question will be under discussion.
An opium den in the Chinese Theatre was
raided early this month by Captain Mchrlcns
and a poise. The community will undoubt
edly agree with the Press) that such places can
not be rallied too olten.
Aloha, Count dc I.ousicres. The I'rcss,
representing the burg, wishes jou and jours,
jour attractive wife and )our pretty baby, a
pleasant voyage and .1 prosperous future; and
gives greeting to )our successor, Captain Hou
Icicli. The monkey-pods arc In bloom, and the In
dividual pink crowntcts stand out from the
green foliage masses where they grow like
clover blossoms in patches of lush meadow.
(If this simile be inexact, the cabbage critic
will please correct.)
Ily royal proclamation Ihc court, which went
into full mourning for the late Princess Ituth
on (he 31st ultimo, will continue in mourning
until the iSth instant, to which date Kamch.v
mcha day has liccii "continued" though pub
lic buildings Ts ill be closed on the nth, also.
A meeting of the building committee of St.
Andrew's Cathedral was held last Thursday,
at which "the way was ravcil for the speedy
recommencement of work on the cathedral.
The present estimate of the cost of that portion
of the work designed to lie first completed is
If Mr. Strong and Mr. 1'utneaux, or cither
of them, would climb Punchliowl once in a
while, and paint an occasional Waianac sun
set, the att-loiii(5 constituency for which those
rentlemcn so faithfully and so intelligently
labor greatly might be benefited, llcsidcs, the
climb is appetizing.
The following has been suggested for debate
before the Young Men's Christian Debating
C lulu "Kcsolseil. That the 'dos eminent
Phonograph' and the 'Administration Organ'
are inappropriate names for that able, fearless
and independent journal better known as the
daily and weekly Pacific Commercial Malad
Mrs. II. A. P. Carter and family, Miss II.
I urkc. Mrs. Toler. Miss Severance, Mr. M. K.
Tivorne, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Hyde, fddic
Do'Aselt. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cooke, D. K
Fife. S. I. Leicv. II. Kcimcnschncidcr.
Mrs. Henry Johnson, and other kamaainas
were pavscngcr in the Zcalandia, last Sunday.
They carried, in addition to their tegular bag
gage, a vast number of alohas.
It Is rather funny aliout the Hartford lioat
race challenge. The sailor who published the
"dare " was so under the influence of alcohol
nt the time that ho has not been able to remem
ber anilhing aliout it since. His shipmates,
however, ate willing to stand by their oars in
support of their messmate's brag, and a race
may lie arranged, though probaljy for a nomi
The patriotism of Mr. Chatlcs Warren
Stoddard, the artistic good taste of Mr. J, D.
Strong and the lavish submission of the Ameri
can Minister Resident, has icsultcd In the In
terior adornment of the residency in a manner
to cause the shirt fronts of American visitors
to rullle with pride. There are flags and there's
an eaulc and these is harmony to which any
addition would lie an impertinence.
Work on the Campbell block Is licing pushed
forward again. The iron work for the Fort
and Merchant street fronts arc at hand this
week by the Kalakaua, so intending occupants
moy take heart at the prospect of its eatly com
pletion. It iia matter of regicl "howcscr"thal
the yard space in the rear has been cnnsidcreil
of so much laluc that the utility of the itorct
have liecn impaired by their want of depth.
Mr". Stephen Spencer and Dr. Uoliett Mc
Kibbin were in Toronto, Canada, early last
May. ltolh gentlemen were intctiiewed by
the Toronto Glolie, and told wliat they knew
about ',' our glorious climate " and the like.
That paper says that Dr. McKibbin visited the
Totonto Hospital, and afterwards ordered a
number of patent licds of a kind employed
Iherc, for use In the Queen's Hospital hcte.
ltiils for erecting a new building for the Ho
nolulu Library Association were opened at the
office of Mr. A. J. Cattwrlght at noon on the
1st instant, and are as follows t 10. II. Thomas,
tl 1,1081 (;- Lucas, $11,347 . W. Lincoln,
13.0001 Walker sVTrejdway, $14,7001 It.
V, Crannlst, $!4.8- For plaUMlng only
one bid vru icccivesl, lUt J. liowlcr, $740,
An editorial on tcxt-l-ook. unifoimity apH.-ars
in this issue. Itls'lramcd thalall but one of the
.-.-mimttt.. of li-arhers. amiolntrd to ICDOrt on
the proposition made by the agent of the two
new vols, puuiisrung nouses, icpuncsi 111 lasui
of accciitini! the proposition; and recommended
the adoption of Sw Inum's readers, mines
urithnutics and Monteith's ccottraiihics. Mr.
HIM, of the icfoim school, thought further
time in which to consider the subject would lie
On Wednesday last the case of Messrs.
George Patterson, Samuel Gutlcy, Watson, and
T. H. Walker, charge with an affray, was
brought up Ufoie the IVilicc Court on re
mand. A Htll fnutfui was entered in favor
of Patterson and Watson, and Gutlcy and
Walker alone Irlcil. Mr. Walker was acquit
tesli but Mr, Guilcy fined $35 and costs. If
Mr. Gutlcy was not astonished at the judge's
clemency towaids him, the public certainly
were, for other persons in this town have been
fused that much for simply blacking a man's eje
In a "fair fight."
It ts a treat waste of necessary drinking
water to wash down the decks cf ships with it,
and it has been suggested that steps be taken
by the authorities to pic vent this waste in the
future. It has been noticed that the prcssuie
(n the pipes is much greater on Sundays than
during week days. IWibly (he large amount
of water Uieil by the manufacturing establish
ments has something to do with this. A well
sunk in the lower poition of the business part
of the town, on the esplanade, perhaps, might
yield enough water for the supply of the
various ctiguic boilers.
Tne I1'1 '-' '-anipson leasi at mMi
to - day for ban Hnncnco, anil will lake a ul,
which closes at the post-office at It otlixk
The (iarctte M)s the flow frrirti Judge
McCully's artesian well has decreased eight
inches In the last three months. The facts
point their oss-n -moral.
The water lieing led Into Ksptolanl Park
and Its siclnage, from the well on the king's
lot, promises a sufficient How; and great is the
neighlxirhood's present rejoicing.
There will be no music this afternoon at
Kmma Square. The Hartford and Hawaiian
bands will give another combined concert on
Monday evening at the Hawaiian Hotel.
American Minister Resident Dagget will
proliably go to the United States sometime
next month, on leave of alwence, to see his
children and his friends, and to note the match
of events there since his official exile here.
"Christ the corner-stone" will be Mr.
Crutan's theme Sunday morning. In the even
ing there will be a union service, and by ap
pointment of the Kvangcllcnl Association, Mr.
Cruan will preach the annual home missionary
Three foreign malls have liecn received at
the post-office the present week by sailing ves
sels from San Francisco, which brought in all
nineteen bags of mall matter. The latest dales
received were by the V. H. Dimond to
The adjournal annual meeting of Ihc Mis
sion Children's Society will bo held this even
ing In V. M. C. A. Hall. Ucports from
the different officers will be read, and an ad
dress delis crcd by the retiring president. A
cordial Invitation is extended to all interested.
The Symphony Club's concert will be given
at Music Hall during the first week in July
probably on the evening of Saturday the 8lh
proximo. The programme will include vocal
solos by Mrs. Paly and Miss Michiclj, n violin
solo by Mr. Yamlley, a cornet solo by Mr.
Michlels and two choruses by the Amateur
On Wednesday midnight last, the back part
of the Astor House on Hotel street wascntcreil
by a hungry burglar, who was proceeding to
decamp wild n large ham, .1 dish of butter and
n loaf of bread, when surprised by a native
policeman who happened to be awake and in
the vicinity nt the time. Chase was given, and
the removal of the ham, etc., postoncd. The
liurglar is ilcscrilicil as a L.limanian.
There will be here onthc2trd instant ihc
British steamship Hankow. Siie left London
April 10th. At Madeira she took seven hun
dred Portuguese passengers, leasing there
April 27th. At St. Michaels, she took scscn
hundred and fifty additional Portuguese, and
left there May 21I, All her fourteen hundred
and fifty passengers, men. women and chil
dren, arc intended for shipment on Hawaiian
The annual election for officers of the
Ilritish Ilencvolcnt Society, held last week,
resulted as follows: President, Major J. II.
Wodchouscj vice-president, Kcv. A. Mackin
tosh; treasurer, Hon. A. S. Clcghornj secre
tary, J. A. Kennedy. The relief committee
consists of Messrs. Theo. II. Da vies, Hubert
Stirling, A. Young, Hon. 0. Uhcxlcs and
George Lucas. On Monday the society will
consider tne adoption ol new by-laws.
Hawaii and the United States musically
joined hands last Monday night. Mr. A. P.
lownscml ol the Hartford Hand and .Mr.
Henry Merger of the Royal Hawaiian Hand
nrranged a joint concert nt the I Iawaiian I lolcl.
1-acli leader ted lus own I11111I, and each after
wards led the combined bands. The result
was pleasant; and may lie duplicated next Mon
day evening, when liolh bands will again play
at tne same place. .
ivvo Hundred ami tlurty-lour votes were
cast at the election for fire department officers,
last Monday night. The result was as follows:
for chief engineer John Nott, 233; for
chief engineerJames Oodd, 1; for first
assistant engineer C. II. Wilson, 128; for
first assistant engineer James Dodd, 95;
for first assistant engineer M. D. Mon
sarrat, 1; for second assistant engineer M,
D. Monsarrat, 130; for second assistant
cnginrcr S. M. Whitman, 85. Some little
hard feeling was caused by the result; but the
general satisfaction among the fire laddies is
csldcnceil by the majority vote.
Those of the Guild of Saint Andrew's who
were unable to attend the gathering at the resi
dence of Rev. Alexander Mackintosh last
Thursday evening missed a delightful exig
ence. They missed some cnjotahle music,
some instructive scientific Information, some
appreciatively jwctic and some felicitously
humorous reading; they missed some most
gustful chicken salad; they missed the infec
tious good-fellowship of many agreeable ieo
pic; and they missed the brimming hospitality
of the host and hostess, effectively supple
mented by the gracious courtesy of Mrs.
Thomas Iirown and the graceful gallantry of
.Mr. Harry Von Holt; anil it goes ssittiout say
ing that they missed seeing at least a baker's
dozen of handsome matrons and pretty girls.
TIB OTIir.lt ISI.ASItS.
The annual examination of the Hilo Hoard
inn School w as held at the school buildinc on
the 29th and 30th ultimo. On the cscning of
the 30th, there was an exhibition at lliln
Church, under charge of Kcv. E. Itond, 1). 11.
Hitchcock, L. Severance and F. Kekipi.
The following took part : G. D. it. Lsman,
William Kapu, Abraham Kckino, William
Hakau, Joseph Ilianu, Hamilton McCtibben,
F. U. Pea, Abraham Naijio, William Kalai
waa and Georce Kaihenui. The former prin
cipal, Rev. D. II. I.) man and his wife were
present. Diplomas were presented by the
present principal, Kcv. V . 11. Olcson. A cor
respondent sa) s : 1 lie school lias always nail
able instructors. Its influence has ever been
good. The graduating class had liecn under
instruction five ) ears, w ere a tine looking number
of soung men. They were congratulated by
many at close of exercises. Ililo is truly proud
of the school. The instructors have a right to
lie delighted with their success the past icar,
for the scholars show faithful work."
A Maul correspondent says t " Uenardin"
the coinage of silver for the Hawaiian Cos em
inent, vou arc right aliout it being a cause of
alarm to all intelligent citizens. Of course the
lower classes ate imlillercnt. Iherc seem to
be only two reasons for desiring a new coinage.
The first reason is It ny s'amust. The second
is that the. cabinet, hawing failed to raise a
loan, on account of the clause Inserted in the
law, to the effect that bonds must not be sold
nt less than too cents on the dollar, the wily
Ijiuson takes tins method ot getting over It t
I le buys bullion at a high rate, and pap for it
in interest liearing lionds. The United States
Mint will charge a segniorage for coining of
about o 30-100 per centum, and the present
value of silver would make a dollar worth
aliout S5 cents. The ftoftt w ould loose about
$355,000 on $1,000,000, which would be more
than the cost of crowning the king which de
pleted the treasury and caused the necessity
lor a loan. The people would possess a coin
which would be as much depreciated abroad as
the Chilean dollar is here, consequently goods
would have tu lie sold nt a higher rale, as the
consumer must always pay all cliarges for ex
TUK QVKKS'H IIUSriTAU
The semi-annual meeting of the Hoard of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital was held at
the room of the Cliamlier of Commerce,
Wednesday, the 6th instant, for the transaction
of general business. .
The ttcasutcr rcKrted a balance of $959.36
The physician's quarterly rcpotl was read hy
trie secretary aim iuiiows ncrcwiin 1
lloNoLuri', May)!, iUj.
To the TaisTics or tub OustVa. HosriraL
f?afrVmSM. t have the ttonor to submit the following
rrwt for tha quarter ending May 31, ilSt.
rltat U 71, sii t t? Hawaiian, to males, l fr.nu!, 4
Chinas and slot other natvonalitiesl m tiasine.
live number ol adnusaiona during the
IDS, mt oa Hawaiian, 41 uules, si tcmale, n
nese and 14 or utier nationalities. Discharged, 150,
It llawaiians. ss males, aoftmales. si Chinese
aoJ ts of other natlonafilica.
lleallu, si, sift t lUsiiuai. nulcs, fcoulo, 7
Chinese and of other natsonalute.
The causes of dtaih were at follows Consumption tl,
lrowy 1, fever l, (.khauuiott , Gangrene of lungs
I, ApoplekV 1, Ducax of Heart I, iTutrilU 1, Dys
entery 1, s.nrooK iiiarrrsira 1, i-ncuuouia I, injuries I
Highest nuuUrvf Indoor patients was 89, lowest 611
uly average jf. rsumocr tfpiccTti4otu, a,04.
The number u patients treated In In hcwplul during
lha quarter was as follows S Marth tso, A,it lit, Mar
ijS- Calls at ih ditpenftary, yi, JScw uames entered
la dUpeoaary Pools, 164.
Messrs. Rhodes, Damon and Mackintosh.
were appointed a visiting committee for the en
Scleral subjects of intctcit in connection
with the Queen's Hospital were discusxd and
disposed of. The trustees conclude ftom thclr
obsicrvatioriS that the institution maintain, its
character o( usefulness and efficiency.
Mil. if IV IMISAUI'..
Ihr .Sii'.ref II lntnrltnlllf Contlilrtnl.
The proposed addition to our present cir
diluting medium of a million dollars In sliver
coin i a grare matter, and seriously concerns
Hon of their accumulated savings. Any ills
all Ihclnhabitantsof thislslngdom, Inthcpropor
turliance of the circulation or currency docs
not alone effect the commercial or business
community, but every mechanic, trader and
Ittborcr is more or less a sufferer. A depreci
ation of currem) means higher prices for food,
clothing and all the necessaries of life.
Man) jears ago- in the sixties- the abund
ance of silrr r became a gretit nuisance. Con
siilcring the fact that $5,00 In silver coin weighs
almnt twentj-eteht poumls, it can l readily
conceived how inconvenient the Mrtllemcnl of
any considerable accounts must base been,
Almnt the vear 1870, Messrs. Ilishop & Co.
afforded much relief, under an arrangement
wiin tne minister 01 nnancc, iy which ihc
treasury received special deioslts of silver and
issued therefor, in convenient denominations,
certificates of deposit pa) able to the order of
ilishop i to., which were made current and
negotiable by Ihcir indorsement. The ne
cessity for handcarts and wheclliarrow, in
transactions requiring a settlement in money,
lifcanic less and less, and the amount of cer
tificates of dciosits Issued Increased to a con
siderable sum for those davs.
The use of a tiortioti of the special dciwsit
by the government of thcjiropricty of which
public opinion has not illllerctl called lottn
the act of 1874, which requires that "the
money received In exchange for such Certifi
cates shall lie held as a special deposit to be
used only lor cancellation ol those certificates.
The steady Increase of Chinese, with their
habit of sending part of their earnings to China,
together with tne amount required from time to
time for the payment of cargoes from Hong-
konc. look ui) In lamer portions, vear by
year, the American gold, The replacing of
the gold In our circulating medium was always
more or less expensive, and It soon passed out
With the Increase of plantations, succccdintt
the adoption of the reciprocity treaty, came
larger calls for silver, and by degrees the
American gold withdrawn from circulation took
Ihc place of a large proportion of the silver In
The receipts of silver from Tahiti, in ex
change for cattle and merchandise sent there
during these vcars, gave us an additional
amount of five-franc pieces a coin, by weight
ami fineness, the equal of two American half
dollars. Very limited amounts of Ihiscoin were
ever imported from San Francisco. Mexican
dollars, which are in general use, were im
ported in large quantities at a profit until the
act of 1S76 was passed levjing a tax on im
iorts of such and other silver coin not
The custom house statistics do not convey a
proper Idea of the balance of trade with the
Pacific Coast, as our exports arc given at
nearly their full value in San Francisco, while
our import table shows only the invoice cost
lielorc hcing shipped, allowing nothing lor
freight, profit on consigned goods, commis
sions, insurance, etc. llcsidcs the amount
remitted for payment of importations should
be added to the large and increasing amount
taken for traveling expenses by our citizens,
the income derived by individuals living
abroad and by foreign companies, financial
and insurance. Instead of a large balance in
our favor as the custom house figures would
lead us to lielicve, there is actually a balance
against us, which sooner or later may have to
lie met with coin.
To carry out the cost of the immigration
scheme, and various works and improvements
provided lor by the last legislature, will
require considerable importations of material.
machinery, etc., which must nil be paid for
abroad in gold or its equivalent.
There is apparently enough silver already in
the country for the needs of its business. For
a jiortion of the sales of our government lionds
abroad, a lew hundred thousand dollars in
United States gold coin might prove advan
tageous in the solution of our currency nuestion.
The remaining lionds when sold abroad, if
drawn for in exchange, would probably ) ield a
small premium as an othct to the expense
attending the gold to be imported as above.
Our present condition is rpiite serious
enough, and has for some time been a source
of much anxiety to our capitalists and business
men. The contract of a recent date providing
for the influx of $1,000,000 in silver coin,
which cannot be used in San Francisco for
higher than eighty-five cents on the dollar, can
only add to the gravity of the situation.
AN Ul.ll MERCHANT.
as AVriuntiTATirr. disvlaiswu.
Last Tuesday's Advertiser contained a notice
of the action of the board of health in turning
loose uxn the community nine lepers. In
order to discover the true inwardness of the
rcmaikalile alleged cure and advertised dis
charge at Kakaako, a representative of the
i'rcss called upon Doctor Trousseau. That
gentleman, together with Doctors McKibbin
and Fitch constitute the medical advisers of the
board of health. As Doctor McKibbin is ab
sent from the state, it would seem that Doctor
Trousseau must have been a party to the re
lease of the lepers, concerning winch the offi
cial paper made such a flourish of trumpets.
Hut such was not the case. On being ques
tioned, Doctor Trousseau furnished information
substantially as follows.
Some two weeks ago, Doctor Fitch asked
Doctor Trousseau to pay an official v isit to the
branch hospital. There were no instructions
given to Doctor Trousseau by the lioard of
Doctor Trousseau, as he had done several
times before, strongly urged uKn Doctor
Fitch the necessity of sending to Molokai a
large number of the inmates of the branch hos
pital, for the (lurimse of making room for the
many lepers still at large in the community.
Incidentally, Doctor Filch asked DoctorTrous
seau to examine Mr. Sumner, and mentioned
the possibility of allowing him to be isolated
on his own premises which it is understood arc
somewhere near tlicquaranlinc grounds. Doctor
Trousseau answered Doctor Fitch as follows :
" Surely sou don t mean to say that Sumner is
cured. He would lie the last man that I
would discharge. He is just as surely a leper
now as he ever was." Doctor Fitch then
asked Doctor Trousseau If he saw any one in
the crowd that should not be sent to Molokai;
to which he replied, " llcttcr send one hun
dred away, any how. I would send more."
I-asl Saturday, at 3 I1. M., Doctor Trousseau,
being ill in tied, was telephoned to by Mr.
Hayseldcn, secretary of the board of health,
ami requested immediately to meet the king
ami the board of health at the branch hospital,
w itliout mentioning the object of the visit. The
state of health of the doctor did not allow him
to attend. No mention was made to him con
cerning the Intention of the lioard to discharge
any inmates of the branch hospital. And he
emphatically declines any rewnsibility for the
action of the lioard, his opinion being that if,
no doubt, a few cases of leprosy will come to a
lUnJitill and aArrvi cute, there arc no data
so far in these islands of one single case of
mtiical cure. Doctor Trousseau still holds
his ground and states that some datllful cases
are occasionally sent by him to the branch
hospital in his capacity of examiner of lcers ;
and he has often mentioned this fact to Doctor
Filch, his idea licing that appropriate treat
ment will often benefit these cases. The scry
treatment in doubtful cases is an important
Hiint of tliagonosis. lie is of opinion that
those few- cases, alas vety few, thai pet well at
Kakaako are those identical doubtful cases
that is of syphilitic who have neier had lep
rosy. As they arc kept at Kakaako under
what he considers rational and effectual treat
ment, his idea, so far, has been "to give the
benefit of the doubt to the community at large
and not to the individual."
TIIK SATirK CllltlltTIASS,
The annual sesaion of the Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association began las) Tuesday. It
has been held in Kawaiahau Church and has
continued through the week, llrside routine
business, various subjects of practical interest
connected with the wotk of missions have been
discussed and the sessions have hecn full,
harmonious and Interesting. Thirty-one clergy
men and fifteen regular delegates liaie
On Thursday afternoon, the annual mission
ary tea-patty w as giv en at Fort-street Church.
Ladies ftom Fort-itrceJ and llethcl Churches
furnished a very nice luncheon tea. The tea
party proper was prefaced by a brief but stir
ring add 1 ess by Mr. Frank Damon. It was
spoken in Fnglish, and was translated into
Hawaiian by the Key. A. O. Forbes.
The general Sabbath School Association has
also been in session duting the week, ami will
5ive an cihibitionat Kawalahao Church to
ay, matching from Kaumakapili Chuich at
Tickets for tdniuslon to the Agricultural
Society grounds are for tale at tne news
agencies of Messrs. Uolscrtson & Co., Oat, o:
'. a. ..I T- f? Tknini A iln,t.,t.in ,u.n,v.
tiii: x.iriri: ritnii.
.1 frerif irrorif.
We said, In our Issue of last week, that we
had heard Gilrson had gone alxrot offering the
position of attorney general to the conqietent
law vers of the city, and that they had declined
the office, lieciusc they had no confidence In
Oibson. Hut last week there appeared In hit
Knglish er a haughty denial, which shows
what a great wrongthis man in committing.
He says that not one lawvcr has been asked to
take this office. In our opinion, this is conduct
at war with the peace of Hawaii. It shows
clearly that (iibson is very desirous to get into
his own hands the whole power of the govern
In all enlightened governments the door to
such abuse of the government by one of its
officers is closed. T be nation cannot tolerate
that one man shall grasp In his hands the
power of all the deartments ol government.
This Is an evil utterly optioscd to right and
truth. And how about this evil in Hawaii?
Oibson, in his newspaper, proudly and
haughtily advances the opinion that it is pro
per for him to attempt, single-handed, togratp
the Hiwer of the various departments of gov
ernment. He thinks he can accomplish his
plan, but we tell him, Ihc eoplc will not con
sent to such work, and let him not try it on.
The people have suffered his extravagance and
his disjointed attempts at embellishment, and
their stock of patience is exhausted by their
long unheeded complaints, and they are filled
with Indignation and dijtrusl. They have lost
all confidence in Gibson, and the time has
alKiul come for the true friends of Hawaii to
stnndupand deliver the country from the rule
of this man, whose government leads on to
misfortune and destruction. This movement
of his looks like a greedy attempt to seize the
power lielonging to the people, and with fraud
to lodge It in one hand, a tiling which cannot
be tolerated by the thoughtful and better
classes of the nation.
I.ct Gibson not try to put his saddle on the
I.-.!. ..r ,1 ft... -I!.. . ( I .1.1- 1. -- It !.
u.ieis ui tut; liiits.iii.iii iiesijiie nun iiue 11 us 11 11
were a horse, lest he fall and his light be ex
tingulshed, A'ho&m, June 2, 1SS3.
Kr.KI.IKUI.ASM IIKSK.t I.OO V.
Through the courtesy of J. U. Kawainui the
following has liecn obtained, on the authority
01 Hon. U. V. 1'ilipo:
Keoua(k), 10 Kekuiapolwa (w) Kameliameha 1
" " Keliimailcalfk)
Kninrlumcha (k), to KatiriVa;iolel (w) Kaoteioku (k)
Kauleloku(k). to Keoua (w) . . I'au-ih! f wl
Kekiutnaoti (k), to Pativhl (w) . KclikoUnl (w)
KltRLIKOlANl's kKI.ATION TO MRS. DlSllor.
Kaoteioku (k), to Kfaliailiupils xw) ..... .Konia(w)
Pakl (k), to Konia (w) I'aualii, (Mrs. Ilishop)
KnaiKOLAWl's RFLATION TO QtKRN FMMA.
Keliimaikai fk). to Kaliko fw) .. .Kaoamclia fw
John Young (k), to kaoinaeha (w) . Kekela
.. .ualn am
Naea (k), to Kekela (w) (jueen Kmma
Ot'lKN PMHA's RELATION TO A. K. KUNUIAKEA.
lolin Youiur fk). to Kaoaiiaeha fw), . .. . Kekela f'
" " ' 1-AhlllMfw
Kaeo(k), to t-ahilalii (w) . Kunutakca (k
mtihittsii iMi'ito rr.Mr.STs.
The new- brick warehouse of the Oceanic
Steamship Company on Fort street, south of
Allen, is now completed. Its dimensions are
one hundred by two hundred, and sixteen feet
high. Its walls arc brick, seventeen inches
thick, and is covered with corrugated iron
roofing, in which are nine ventilators. This
roof is supxrted by a double row of eight by
ten inch wooden pillars. The warehouse has
four doors on each side and four car tracks,
nil the tracks intersecting n main track on the
vvharl, lor loadinc and unloadinc vessels, inc
floor is concrete. The capacity of this fine
addition to Honolulu's storage facilities is ten
thousand tons. Mr. Henry Scliussler, an
architect and builder, intimately connected
with the construction of the mammoth sucar
refinery at South San Francisco, has had the
supervision ol the new warehouse, which has
cost alwut $18,000.
1 lie government shed, aiMoininc the ware
house on the west, is also ready for use. It is
limit the lull two hundred lect width ol the
warehouse and is seventy four feet wide. The
supporting sides and pillars are ol wood, the
rool 01 corrugated iron, the lloor 01 macadam.
There will be commodious entrance gates on
the south end, and the like for exit on Allen
street. The cost of the framework and roof of
the shed has been $2,800. Other expenses
will bring up the total cost to neatly $6,000.
The President of the United States receives
two salutes of 21 guns each one upon reach
ing the deck andthc other as he leaves the
An ex-president of the United States re
ceives the same salutes.
The Vice-President of the United States re
ceives one salute of 19 guns, fired when he
leaves the ship's side.
A foreign sovereign, and chief magistrate of
any foreign republic, receive the same salutes
as prescribed for the president.
Members of a royal family receive the same
honors as would be paid to their sovereign,
except that one salute is fired as they leave.
The secretary of the navy receives one
salute of 19 guns.
Members of the cabinet, justices of the
supreme court, or governors of states re
ceive one salute of 17 guns.
A committee of congress, officially visiting
a ship, receive one salute' of 17 guns.
A minister appointed to represent the
United States abroad, or a minister of a for
eign country, receives one salute of 15 guns.
A charge d'affaires or commissioner re
ceives n salute of 1 1 guns.
A consul-general is saltttrjl with 9 guns.
A consul receives aaltitc of 7 cuns.
A sice-consul or commercial agent receives
a salute of 5 guns.
SALUTKS TO NAVAL OFFICF.RS:
Admiral, 17 guns; vice-admiral, 15 guns;
rear-admiral, 1 1 guns; commodore, II guns.
chiefs of bureau of the navy department, as
such, rcecive a salute ol 1 1 guns.
ASOTIIKII " AMKItlCAS."
F.ihtok Saturday Press Sir: Doubt-
less many read with satisfaction " American's "
letter in the Advertiser of the 5th instant, that
cleared the doubt as to which side the son of
our venerable premier fought on in the late
civil war. Hut docs the writer intend his
excellency to pose for military glory on the
lact that a son iook arms in neicnsc 01 tne
union, when he (the father) openly avowed
his symtiathy.with the Southern cause ? I am
ready to honor the son for his own country's
sake, but I fall to sec what claim in litis
matter the premier has for my regaid. ..
Mr. Adricn T, Dudoit, who died in this
city of consumption on the 3d instant, in the
28th year of his age, was born on these islands
and lived in the country of his natively during
the greater part of that time. Some few years
back, however, he occupied a clerical position
in a business house in San Fronrlsco. Shortly
after his return here, he entered the employ of
Maclarlanc cc fo., spirit merchants, Kaahu.
manu street, wjicrc he was stilt employed
until within a short time of his death. He
leaves a young widow, a lady to whom he was
lately iiiuiiicm, mi ugs.ii niuiiier, ivru uiuuicrs,
other relatives and many friends who mourn
Mr. William Moriarty, tiled in this
city on the sth Instant. The deceased was,
comparatively sjieaking, a new-comer here;
but was much esteemed by all who knew him.
Shortly after his arrival He entered the employ
of J. T. Watethousc as book-keeper, and
subsequently worked for S. . Levey & Co.,
but was compelled soon to resign on account
ol III health.
Mr, Henry IliickwiJdic, an oM resident and
fur many j cars just an active member uf the
fire ilquitmcnt, died in this city of Thursday
muniing. An agctl mother similes him.
The AcricuUural Society's show will open
at 11 A. M., on WcUnesilay neat, instead of on
Yellow feser U threatening the gulf coast of
This year's fruit crois In Ote.on Is a partial
Last winter's maple sugar crop In Canada
was scry large.
A rage for autographs Is the latest caprice of
The cur entered Moscow on May aid.
There wat no disturbance.
California is to have a new state insane
asylum, to cifel $140,000.
There Is trouble between Indians And
whites In Indian Territory.
The (.neater part of Konlginhof, llohcruta,
iuj Ken ucatroyeu uy hie.
The crop In tome of the district, cf South
lltnlral AJia are total lillutcj.
Mote thin three hundred Americans are re
ported to be studying art in Paris.
I.ast month a National Temple of Grati
tude was erected In Valparaiso.
It is said that the Central American Federa
tion scheme has tieen abandoned.
On the 1st of May twenty thousand Chicago
families changed their habitations.
Pauper immigration from Ireland is lieing
discussed by the American press.
The New York dynamiters have sent threat
ening letters to the Canadian ptcmicr.
In a recent Chinese uprising near Shanchac
thirty-five leaders have been liehcaded.
Large purchasers of war munitions ate re
ported in Germany on Chinese orders.
The Cincinnati Dramatic festival was a
success, " Othello " was the last play given.
There were two hundred entries to the Chi
cago llcauty Show, which opened May 9th.
tiii: soT.im.K ukaii.
James Gonpll, a successful Parisian painter.
Uwis Viardot, the French author, aged
Nathaniel Thayer of lloston, who left $6,
000,000. William Iloullon Agard, a San Francisco
George II. Toy, a San Francisco hardware
Henry A. Webster, a prominent San Fran'
At San Francisco, Alfred a Pardon, a proml
Jules Amlgucs, a well-known journalist of
France, aged 5 1.
Edward Mackay, one of the wealthiest mer
chants of Montreal.
Judge Richard Dctsy of the Irish Court of
Appeals, aged 71. .
Charles W. Foster, father of the Governor
of UI110, aged S2.
Rev. C. II. Iloynton, of Cincinnati, a promi
nent Congregationalist, aged 77.
General W. M. Iirown, President of State
Agricultural Society of Georgia.
Herman Schutzc-Dclitz.sch, a mlitical econ
omist of Potsdam, Prussia, aged 74.
At Fort Sidney, Nebraska, Surgeon Holmes
O. Paulding, of the United States Army.
In this city, June 4th, to the wife oT Mr. C F. Wolfe,
Maker-Dow sktt In this city, June slh, ty the Rev.
a. jviackintosn, i. 11. Biakee ana I'lueii
eldest daughter of J.
Dowselt, Esq., of this city.
Mokiarty In thi scity, June 5th, William Motiarty,
aged 39 sears. Montreal papers please copy.
Hrickwidiiir In this city, June 7th, Henry Itrick-
widdie, a inembei of Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1.
Dlooix tn this city, in the a8lh ear of his age, June
S. 183J. Theodore Adricn, soundest son of Jules and
Office of Superintendent ot Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1681
All persons having Water Privileges are notified that
their WaTRR Rates are payable semi-annually, in ad
sance, nt the office of the Suterintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nuuanuu street, upon the 1st day of
January and July of each sear. C. II. WILSON,
irs-tf Superintendent Water Works.
1 X T ATF.R NOTICE All water rates now d
VV and owing must l paid at the office of the
HONOLULU WATER W6UKS. foot of Nuuanu
street, Bon or before June 30, tB83, otherwise the
privilege will tie suspended without lurther notice.
CHARLES II. WILSON,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water Works.
Approved! Jno. K. Hush, Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June l, 1883. 4S3t
To Aftttrt. Ritkfifi Company, A. Cariwrfght,
fit?., ami alt others coMCtrmtitt
Vou will please take notice that from and after this
date no iVomissory Note, Check, Draft, or Oill of Ex
change will be signed, accepted or !ndorsedkby me ex
cept In common with my son Toney C. Afong as an at
testing uitness; and ouare hereby notified not todis
count, purchase or honor any such Promissory Note,
Check, Draft or Hill of Exchange purporting to lai
my signature as either maker, drawer, acceptor, or in
dorscr, unless said signature be accompanied by that of
my said son Toney C Afong, as an attesting witness.
Honolulu, May iQth, 1883. 143-41
Ladle and Gentlemen visiting San Francltcb will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms En Suit and Sin
gle at No. 137 Montgomery St., Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
A Successful House 1 A Successful House 1 A strik
ing Instance of success In a Retail Dry Goods' way Is
afforded by the Leading Milincry House of Charles J,
Fihc1, corner Fort and Hotel streets. The Proprietor
Mr. FUhel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can. by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but o hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the eaerciie of tact and liberality.
Goods mTlU be marked down and sold for what they
are: never misrepresent any article. That Is the policy
of Charles J. Ftshel, and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest in its line, on the leading thorough.
fare of Honolulu. The leading Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fischel, Is to Honolulu what Macy's is tu
New York. Charles J. Ftshel makes a specialty of Mil
linery. ATTne store 1 one of the sights of the city.
I asi iNSTKUCTau nv
Messrs. F.T, I.ENKIIAN. I'm, and 1.00 NC.AWK,
Assignees of the ctlal.bl LKK CHAT, Unlrupt,
To orrm to saib at cublic aixtion, on
t iq a, m. at the storeroom of the said I.et Chat,
bankrupt, No. 43 Nuuanu street, the
entire stock of
hngltsh and American
OrtxxuiM sa4 Cn4 OootU,
HALF HAKKKLS SALMON,
CASKS CAKtl MATCHES,
Ob McMed Vrku Safe,
Fifty Rolls New Mslilnr, Etc.
ALSO, AT 11 NOON,
Tka L cf tfc Statr Mat PrtMtlM
For fist )earsat faQamunth.
E. P. ADAUS, Auctioneer.
A GENTLEMAN (l) baring ten ) ears' com
mercial ttpcmnc in Europe and Aatenca- re
cently in the vim trade desirous of obtaining an
uMsitiinasttii la lha Sandwich Islands. Is ouen to an
cnguttueu as Manager, Cahier, balesoan ur Corrv
hesisc. Can Introduce sosm 6rst-tU EaiUsh agencies.
Bast Loodsn .and New York reference a m steadies,
energy and abUtiy. Term reasonable. Address
M0CT1LLA. ibit vce, fgr two wswks. m-
On Bcrstanlsi Stre.t.
11V ORtlF.K OF A. MAKCtA, KStJ ,
I AM INSTRl'CTKn TU SlU, OK
SATURDAY JUNE 16th
At it M., at my salesroom,
THAT CF.KTAIN PIKCf. OF 1NI
On Iterrtania street, adjoining the estate of Ifis F.t.
J. h. Hush, and having a frontage of about too
feet and a depth of 300 fret,
WITH ALL IMF. IIUILDINOS TIIKREO.N,
A Cottage) with Four Rooms,
And StaMe and Carriage Home.
The I.ot Is completely fenced, and Water laid en.
ft Is quite free from weeds, and well covered with fine
14s E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
LEASES AT AUCTION.
IIV ORDER OF MESSRS. HOP VICK A CO ,
SATURDAY JUNE 16th
ON TIIK rftRSIISKS,
COKNF.K OF KINO and NUUA.VU STREETS,
Now occupied hy Hop Vkk A Co,
As a restaurant, I will sell the IIUIt.DINO and
The targe two-story building, a3 feet front and s)
feet deep. Ts the properly uf lessee. '1 he lease has two
scars and six months to run, nt a rental of Sso per
I $7S lr month. Also, will le olTered the entire
numn. Willi irivurG ui renewal lor nueen sears, a.
Restaurant Fixture and Supplies.
At ts m. 1 will also sell at auction
THE LEASE OF STOREHOUSE anJ I'RE.MISLS
On King street, adjoining the restaurant.
The Lease has fifteen vears to run at Sis per nionlli
'I he Huildllic has IS feel front and to feet deep, with n
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Messrs. Hop(Yick A; Co. request that all persons
having any claims against them Present the same for
iayment on or before the ifitli of June. 145
ALUABLE LEASES AT AUCTION.
HV ORDER OF MESSRS HOP VICK & CO.,
Saturday. June 16th. at 12 M..
ON Till, PRfHVmRS,
CORNER OF NUUANU AND KING STREE'IS.
Now occupied ty Hup Vick Ac Co. us a restaurant.
I will sell the LuiMtng and lease.
The large two-story building, 98 feet front and 55 feet
deep, U the property of leee. The leac has twoears
and six month to run, at a rental of $50 per month,
with privilege of renewal for fifteen ear at $75 per
At 10 a. m., on the premies, I will kII the entire
RESTAURANT FIXTURES and SUPPLIES.
At is o'clock noon, I will also sell the LEASE of
the STOREHOUSE and preirmeso.. King street ad
joining the restaurant. The leae has fifteen cars to
run, at $75 per month. The building his 13 feet front
and 30 feet depth, with a yard.
E. V. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
TMPORTANT SALE OF LANDS
Ily order of the Trustees of the Lunal Slowest ate, I will
ojfer for sale at Public Auction on
SATURDAY, JUKE 16, 1883,
At 17 o'clock noon, at my salesroom, Queen street, the
following parcels of real estate:
FIVE LANDS IN WAILUKU,
ISLAND OF MAUI,
COMPRISING THE HI OF PEEPEE.
Tilte Award 8339 II, Apana is.
I. Apana A, Isinsonth. river and adjacent tu Kut
lietant's land; area 3 43'rou acres.
V. Apana II, a Kato Fatch, inclosed with Kulcana of
.'I. Atana C, a Kalo Fatch, within Kuleana of Kuihe.
lani; area 7iwiacTe.
. Aiana D, a Kalo Patch within lh Kulcana pf Wa
hlnekuapuu; are is.iusacre.
6. Aana E, a piece cf land tn Wailuku VaUcy, on the
suuth side t area 33s acres.
A MeMiif Hlght In lAe TitHVss Itlrrr
Will be sold as an casement to Apana K.
0. The land situate at Kau. Hawaii, known as the
Ahutmaa of FaliniiKL This Is valuable pastur. land,
it partially covered by the lava flow of iBoe, and has
a fair landing at the beach. Tula Award. 8339 II,
Apana 11, Royal Patent 7374 ; area 1337 acres.
7. Two Kalo Patches, 8s feet apart, being a Icle of
1'i.u, situate at welkikl, Uahu. t Iru class Klce or
Kalo land I area 3900 acres.
TwaatT'tmla Hosu Lata,
Situate at Kapahulu, Oafm,
AT KAPIOLANI PARK,
Hanging from i stars to ;J acres each.
Twenty of these lots fw ducal yon Ki-laUiiI Park;
me other nine art contiguous memo. ini now are
UU out with convenient streets, with free actcu to
aivl throu2h the lark suarantecd. and are accessible
from Honolulu by several routes. Ily the success of
Mr. (.ampul. s well, adjacent to loe-M lots, tne note
of a majority of thetn, ami a part ot the balance are
In reach of arteUn water, as can be seen by a refcr
trvce 10 a chart at the oflke of S. 1L Dole. 'IXe soil
of then lots ts good, much of tl unusually rich J the
views by uiM ana sea aeiignnuk ineuiew mete
lots offers an opportunity lot obtaining 11m Home
steads in the suburb, which can hardly hHen
again. The land In thai locautf Is rUing in value,
ami Is sure to rte fur year to come. A narrow gauge
steam railroad from Honolulu to the park Is In coo
tcmplatiuo by rival parties. Tills niriike cannot
be long delayed. Its completion will add immensely
to the value as well as lha dtsuaUlity of these ktf as
homesteads. The lots can be eaajuined on the ground
as they are marked out by paU numbered to corres
puod with the chart.
Deeds at the eipxase of purchasers.
For further In-
forroaucc, apply to S. B, IKJ
E.P, ADAMS, AuctUmr.
SSTATEOF PR. a &CUMMINGS, tjectatad.
Tfc undersigned, a. lorn y In fact fur Mr. M. V.
laaloga, eaacntru of the eaut of Dr. O. S. Cum
saing. deceased, hereby notifies alt partle Indebted to
lk said estate to make Imxuediaie payment to the un
ttatigMxi. The aftus U the estate must be closed
wurvwu delay, and If account ' k settled funkvub,
legal neaaum will U rcaorted to.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Attorney In fct lor Mr. M. F. Cuasaaings,
HcsUoliUu, June 7, ill), 14111
Wfc DESIRF. 10 CALL THE AT
THE ARRIVAL OT O
JUST RKCKIVED PER STEAMER
The iArgMl ft ml Most Vnriexl Aaeo
FVtTR HI TOUT BO Iff
Now on Exhibition nt our
In informinz the IADIKS of Honolulu, and of the
other ManJs, that we hate anticipated every want in
their line, and are now prrparetl to show them the
choicest line of goods ever offered for sale here, having
lrn cat r fully selected by a member of our firm from
the trv latest stocks of the lead in c houses of LON
DON ami PARIS, with reference to the particular ne
cesMtiee and requirement of this community
Many of the articles referred to are of the very latent
and tin nine designs, and as the venture Is mainly eiferl
mental, to test the want of our ladies, they may la
regarded as merely sample lots, laddies will do well,
therefore, to call early, as the gout will I disponed of
as soon a possible, to make room fur our estcnsivt toik
of goods for the city and country trade.
We wish local! particular attention to the fotfowinir
Grand Prize hshibitlon pieces from the world famed
Messrs. K. P. DAN1ELL K CO., of LONDON.
Itie surpasstnit beautiful examples of their workman
ship, having attracted the notice and admiration of Na
poleon III, who granted the senior Daniell free and ct
elusive permission to reproduce from the old models at
the Government Works at hemes, lti not surprlsiug
therefore to note that this now world re no wed house
lias taken every first prlre medal at all of the great hi
temational exhibitions on the continent for the past
twenty sears. The piece de resistance of this art cut
lection Kl superb
VROMRTHRUS I'ASR AXD COt'RR
Of Turquoise, blue ground and colored majolica, with
emblematic figures at sides, and the Chained I'rome
theus and Vulture most elalioraely wrought on the
cover. The above is the Identical piece that secured
the fir, t.-1e at the trreat Paris International Ilihibi
tion of 1668. Some Idea of the value of this work of
art can be funned from the fact that It underwent f.lteen
setiarale trials befoie arriving at its present tcrfected
state of form and color. 'Hie unusually Urge sire of
the piece rendering it apt to split in two, on account of
ine severity 01 near to wnitn 11 is exjKwu in mc uring.
'Hie color combinations are strikingly elfective, and ihe
delicate handling ol tints is a marvel ol artistic skin.
Iliere is also on exhibition
A PAIR OF AAG.W7CRXT I'ASRS
Reproduced from old Sevres models granted to Mr.
Daniell bv his Imuerial Malestv NauoleonllL Thev
are of rose aventunne tint, surmounted with exotic
birds of most brilliant and lauilful plumage, and elab
orately and richly finished In gold ornamentation, with
elegantly carved ebony jtedestals with marble tops and
Also a most exquisite
TABLE CEXTER PRCR
In Turniiie and Hold, with n.imn supporters and shell
plateaux for .towers and fruits, ornamented In gold.
This piece Is from old Sevres examples for great expo,
sition specimens, and lus taken the first prien at all
The atove mentioned nieces will remain on exhiln
lion at our show rooms foi two or thue weeks, after
which they will be sent to ban Francisco ami rew
York for eihiMlionand sate.
In addition to ihe forecoinc there are some smaller
pieces in the same line which are deserving of especial
A UFESIZR COCKATOO
With wings sp.ead, flower-holders at sides and chastely
finUhed In ornamentation. This Is a most surprislnclv
effect he piece, and the coloring is so faithful to nature
. . i. .-.:..!. t at,. !..-. At..
U IV l ICclllMlb 111 il"3 KASItlllt. .!,
With Katvr handlei. rnmt extiumtelv doCorated In mot
tied colon and gold aenturine, wilh two ebonlred
tripod, with pedestals and crimson uttrecht selvrt
stands for same. Also,
OXR ROUXD JARDIMRRE
On four feet, blue ground and silver embossments, nfler
ugytian patterns, aim,
OXR LARGE ARDXRRR
In Persian turquoise blue, with elephant handle and
square pedestal lor same wiin uartt green grounu.
OXR ESQUIMAUX UMIJRRLLA STAXP
In majolica, with life-like representation of a seal In
perfectly natural colors. This is a most artistic piece of
OXR TALL PEDESTAL
Of mazarine ground with most graceful and naturally
colored leafage, A very handsome parlor ornament.
OXE TALL PEDESTAL
In turquu.se, with graceful and nicely colored festoons
of fruits and flowers Intertwined.
Tll'O RIIWOX FLOH'RR I'ASRS
Of most unique design, with mazarine ground and gold
ribbons and gold Japanese spray.
GAR DEX SEATS
Beautifully decorated wilh naturally colored chrysan
Ihemums and pink-tied ribbons. Also do, on celadine
ground very handsome ornaments.
FLOH'ER POTS AXD STAXDS
Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine ground ami
colored clematis with birds beautifully embossed. AH
ot Ihe alove mentioned are very difficult pieces to pro
duce on account of the various combinations of color re
aulrcd, necessitating separate firing! for each color pro
uced. Some of the pieces have split in the kill as
many as eight limes, so that when a piece is brought
safely through the firing process the value Is quite a p.
We wish again to call special attention to
TWO SUPERB ETCfXGS
On porcelain pUcques, by well-known European artists.
One is a marine, 1600. by Halhu, in sepia, and one of
the best examptet of this most delicate and wonderful
art, which is new undergoing such a spirited revival in
the United States and Europe. The drawing In this
picture is exceptionally gooU, ana I lie ihiaro-otcura f.
lect very cleverly handled. The other repretcnis a
coat scene, by ft I art.no, which is particularly noticeable
for (ts free and unconventlonable ttcatmcnl and the
delicate distribution of linls. These are ihe first etch
ings on iorcclain ever exhibited In Honolulu, and arc
well wot thy of a visit.
The following choice articles of
In Majolica and Glassware will afTotd some Idea of ihe
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Flower Pots and Stands of all descriptions and designs.
In all colors, and beautifully cmtused with fruils and
Glass Center Flower Vases, in all colors, with plateaux,
Tartan and nisque figures.
Jewel 1 totes,
Venetian are, lieautilul designs.
d Majolica 1 1 rackets of varied pet 1 tins.
arin 'I ea Puts, in green and gold.
site Itarbotine Vases, with raised (lowers.
Beautiful assortment of Vase of the choicest designs,
Menu Cards and Slates.
Tr lower Baskets, etc.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
A large line of I lie choicest article of China ami
Glassware ot the most varied descriptions, at follow
BrtaVst, Dlmwamt 77 Sill,
Of all (ulietn and designs. Including a few Dessert and
Tea Service of the finest quality and
most exquisite decoration.
ONE STAG CENTERPIECE
Of most elaborate design and finish a magnificent
ELEGANT TOILET SERVICES
Embossed with lleauiiful Hand palming uf birds
a Champagne Cup
Elegant Crystal Candelabra, with prismatic pend
ant and silver mountings.
Cabinet !ctert Service.
Claret and lemonade Jugs.
Choice Strawberry and Ite Cream Sell.
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An endles tartetv of ihe fine Charabasna. Hock.
Sherry, Claret sum UquorGLaMcsof the very latest pat'
lama, and a large uaortcnt of Chandelier and I-ami
0 every dcsaiptioo. Abu, a small invoice U beautiful
CompriUng Turn tU it. Wine Glass, Fuh UowU,
I Tower Stand. Water Pitchers, i
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TENTION OF THE PUhLIC TO
UR NEW INVOICES.
AIIERGELDIE FROM LONDON,
rtmnt of OootU And MrohandU
TO THIS KINGDOM,
Snlfnirooma, Beaver Block
We have a beautiful line of Genuine Ilronre Goodi,
carefully selected from the best stocks In Patls, among
wnicn are some very stqni grotipsoi ngures, antmsis,
etc. Alto, a line assortment t
01 single piec
neces of M)tho
logical, Scriptural and Poetical subjects
Handsome Medallion riacquee,
Statuette of ancient and modern cetehttlte,
And u few very superior French Clocks,
In bronre and gilt, with chimes.
A small Invoice of Indies wear 4 the fine-4 deact.p
lion, Comprising a full assortment of
Plain and Embroidered White Skirts,
1 lea uti fully Embroidered Night Dresiee,
Swiss Ilglngs and Cainbttc Insertions,
Chenille, Knit, Peteilne, Colli wold and colored
Honey-comb SHAWI.S, and a large line of the finest
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs. Pompadour,
Hemstitched White Embroidered and Fancy Silk
Finest French and Ilelfast MUSLINS uf graceful
and delicate pat t ems, selected with particular discrimln
at Ion to the wants of this market.
Medium and Fancy PRIN'IS, tn newest designs;
'1 wilted Cretonnes and Sateens.
Finest Saxony Flannels, of all colors and width!
Pink-edge Electoral, Kttamcie and superior Coating J
lllankcts. of every siie and description ;
Turkish Towels, finest quality, of all sliet ;
A fine a-aortment of
LADIES' and MISSES HOSIERV,
In Cotton, Hal thiggan, I -ace and Silk of the latest
and most fashionable shades;
ENGLISH and SCOTCH TWEEDS,
01 Ihe most xtslUh patterns, from the celebrated house
of William Watson & hons and a lew pieces
of very superior
A large assortment of
Comprising finest Fawn Merino Undershirts and
Drawers, Shetland Llama. Hal Itrlggan, Lisle Thread,
India Gauie, and a varied and extensive line of
GENTS' SUPERIOR WOOLEN 0VERSHIR1S,
In Fancy Patterns, all colors and shades.
AIo, a few UATHING SUITS. In woolen and cot Ion.
Ileautiful Silver and Gilt Mirrors,
Cadelabras, Taney Brack eti,
Bisque Figures of choicest descripl ion,
Handsome Liqueur and Cigar Stands,
'I able Ornimentt in large variety,
Portmanteaus, In Morocco and Russia Leather
Reticules, Perfume Cases,
r low er Vatvet, hand iwiinted J
Handsomely Painted Porcelain and China Placque,
with rich velvet frames.
A small lot of Water Colon and Chromo-Lithograph.
Superior Marine and Opa Glasses of finet make.
A fine lot of Bisque and Parian Hgure.
Cabinet and Wall Ornaments.
A fine assortment of Marcus Ward & Co.'s
BEAUTIFULLY' ILLUMINATED ALBUMS,
In Plush, Morocco, richly brocaded, of all site.
And a small lot of Colored 1'hotographs of the world's
most Beautiful Women.
Work Baskets, Writing Desks, l-adle'( Bags and
Baskets of all patterns. Ieautlfullv lined with silk and
satin and exquisitely brocaded with raised figures and
Elegant I ortn.ona.es. In pearl, shell, morocco and
Slush; letter Cases. Paper Knives and Weights, Fancy
nk Stands, Pin Cushions, Watch 1'ixketx. ChairTldia,
Handsome Glovoand Handkerchief Sets,
In Velvet and Leather,
Fancy Tables, Fancy Brackets, and a small lot of
LADIES' ami GENTS TRAVELING BAGS,
With most complete filling in Ivory and sterling silver.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FANS,
Embroidered, Lace, Feather, ami richly hand painted,
and an endless variety pi mot.t useful and orna
mental articles loo numerous to mention.
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, ETC
Brussels and Axmimter Carets of the choicest arid
latest latlcrns; and a large line of the finest Sandring
ham. Windermere Velvet ami Seal Rugs. Also, fines
Wool Skin Mais and Tapestry Squares, and a small lot
of Real Manila Matting.
This invoice was selected with great care, and cannot
fail to be appreciated.
A small lot of ladles and Gents Finest Underwear
of Novasun Silk.
Best Ladies' and Gents' Silk Huc, plain and em- N
druldered, of all varieties and colors, and a
A choke lot of Handkerchiefs, wilh plain and colored
border of very latest patterns.
This invoice K without exception, the nnaat lot of
silk good ever Impottcd to this market
A full Una of the bert Enilish ajtd French Grocerte
from the well known house of J, T. Morton, CrusM
ft Blackwcll and S. U Duret 4 CI, as follow t
Fresh Imperial and Cornish Sardine,
Sprat a la Sardine,
Pate de FoU Grai,
Fresli Muscatel Kalsins and Currant.
Copland' English Peas,
la k Perrln Worcestershu Sauce,
Oxford Sausage, la large and small tin t
Cheddar Uiaf Cheese,
Bo of TU Salt,
Fine brands of Sauce 1
Musliroom, Harvey, Reading, Beflkak, J Jm
Bull and Regent.
Assorted Jam and Jellies,
Pie rruitsof all varieties,
A small lot of very superior Currle Powder, In i-fc
tins! superior French Oltne Od, and J & J Colman'e
PIANOS, MUSIC BOXES, ETC,
A few Cottage Piano, of superior manufaclu ami
full rich lone. Al, a Large lute of the fenest FrencU
Music lioxel of the best make, with harp, iute amt
mandolin attachments, ptaylng MUctluti from the lateet
popular musk. T hi U this nnest lot of rnuskwl instrv
ORDt ever Imported to Honculu.
Two U Forder Patent koval Hanaoaa Cab, of tkm
latest and most Improved manufacture. Tal U Li
don. New York and iuladhlu. and uher lt4tssg
titsii Lai ansa unuui isuiil n uii turn wibss usi "--
lug them to lb notice aitd (t-nslderatkei U this cuts
Kuuniiy, we wuJdipo c4tl saateata very reasonaUa
figure and stpoa the moat favorable term. 1m
In a short tin this getticcl aiU umhtul
sf4 uitMXisfaaury isn-istot v
ventiLuioa, easy draught of horsa and tar and arv
this style frf Hansooi U suWUald,
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