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IIoXoLili , II I , June y 1M1
I,nral trade has evinced no ibanjf from lil m re
ported la. ek, and the nbwnre nf nustness aitluilr
has allowM our accountants ample ojiwtnnttr ' mle
up tliflr ciiiarterl)f aerounlt, nf M.h I he pnMW In
..nral will hate inslllTe evidence very atWtly
SlillVing movements hs.e len tetes than wi
looVed for lhi sv.el, Ihoimli e are .leased I record
the arriTil of the fine Ijieltah ship Shandon, to the
home of (). W MaefaiW A t.. "ft" llt
hassaae of its dan from Glasijw She brines an as
sorted cargo of FutcpHin ua.l ipio.1., ami lll b fol
lowed shortly by '" steamer llanVnw from Imilon,
via St. Michaels, with Portugese emigrant. Ihe
(denel from "tan rranctatss l romt.lrral.ly lhiml the
time set for her arrival, but may show heraelf no any
In departures, the Kalalcana not away on Vs'rdnes
day, llie Jth Instant, for San r rancfvn. Willi a Hon. I
full freight valued al $." nearly, and a number of
passengers. On the hh Instant, the tamr Snw left
f.ir Hongkong, afirr having been on the marine railway
for complete repalra She ii.uk twntderable freight,
some of which was in transit, and mtmUr of Lhlnwu.
nn nn.liu on. lulv fil. the ateamer City of
Kvdnev will I line from the rokmiVa, en route to San
Francisco A number of Issssedgtri and considerable
freight await, her.
IheMaryK. Hodge tool to San r'rarwlaen a cargo
valued al it 1,9 1'-
Anlvril at Pott of Honolulu.
MuVohi, lmr. Mitlregor, from Ko,nu . ..
lien, biegel, fli, Ironi l.wa . ;:
Iwahnl, aim, Il4te,fm Kon.1, Kaunml Mailaea
WauJI, h, from Taauliau
( K llivliop. urn, Lameron, from Kauai.. . .
Sl.an.lon, llrit alup, I'awitul, 113 Y 'm
Kllaiira Hull, aim, Seara, from Kalmliii..
l.iVrhke, aim, King, from lliloan.1 way lta .
Jamea Makee.alm, .Mclr.mal.1, from Kauai ...
Waiehu, Mh, from Kllnhulti..
Kauikeaulill, aih, from Kliklllliaele. .....
Waimanalo, aim, Ntlwn, from Waiman-il.i
l.lliulilm, ath, from Kauai
I luikai, aclu, from Walalua. . . ,
Nettle Merrill, nth. I linslian, from Lnliaiua.
U'ailete, ach, from Mahko.
Manuokawai, xh.from Nawlliwili .
Marlon, ach, from Xullltliitle
Jennie, ach, from Kekalia ,,; '',
Waimanalo, aim, Nela.nl, from Uaimanalo t
li.ii.1, aim, Iorenieii,fm liana an.1 Molukal .
MVehke, aim, King, for Hilonn.1 way H
la-hira, aim, lorenren, for Molukal an.1 liana
.M0I0I11, aim., Mclirrgor, f..r Koolau. .
I H. Ilialwp, aim, t.ameron lor Nauai . .
Mana, ach for Onomea
Waiehu, arh, fur Kit.ihulu
Malolo. Kh, for llaka'ail
Waiinalii, ach, fur llonoinu r. . ....
I' K Koater, Haw l.k, KuRg, f.r Kul Koa.la,
Mary V, !u!e. Am tem, Paul, lor .S. 1.
Jamea Makee, ilcDonalil, for Kauai.
Kilauea Hou, almr, Seara, for Kahuliil
it'., l .. Kll...n r U'tima.iili.
Iwalanl, aim, llatea.for Maui ami Hawaii. ...' 6
l.hukal, ach, for Walalua fl(v. "
l.mtna,arh. fur Waianae 1L.A
Waloli, -Ah. fofaMabkn. . '.",Fl.!
Kalakatu, tiaw i,k, .inner, loroan rr-niiHu. .
Amelia, Am bktne, Newhall, for I'orl lllakeley
l.uka, th, for Kchata
Wailele, kIi, for Koholalcle (
l.ihnliho, xh. for Hanamaulu
Uahi, atli., lor kolioUIele 7
SUei, Hril aim, AIniley, for Hongkong.. 8
Manuokawai, ch, for Mikuihaele . .t
Netite Meirill, n. ChrUtian, for Uihairu. . ao
I'auahl, Kh, fur Hamlet ' 3
Merchant VeiteU Now In Pott.
llAM(iiifsSelwy ?er Jf
Nonantum, Koje Am. Iik
IULIA, Holland Haw. acli
TMU, Poole Am. bit
( AiMRirN, Hubbard Am. l.k
I. A. pALKiNrtUnn. 0iodnnn.. .. Am. bktne
W II. MKYKK, HeUney Am. Iilne
lldPK, I'eniullow ... Am. U
.Sr. Lawrlncr, Webb I!nt. bk
Sri'i.i.MAN II Alifn, I.MnJge Am bk
hllANltoN, I'asiful .Unt. Map
U S. .S
VeiseU Expected from Foreign I'orti
llRKMrN. (er. bk. CANarVs Iose
Iue July 5-to. Hackfeld A. Co., Agent.
Miw (n k. M S. V.. Am bktne
Overdue. Coal, ihipV account.
Nw Vimii.Am. Ik. SpAKTAN
Due July 10-15. Catic X Cooke, Agent.
l.lVRMrooL, llrit. bk. Imk or Aisclmla Dimey
Ilue Sept. 1-5. IS. V. .Mac far lane &. Co, Agentv
Sin FRANcin. llrit. S. S. Oii-NriA . Speechly
Overdue C. Ilrewer A. Co., AKent.
l)NtM)N,UaSi MicluelsllmSS llANkrm..
Now due (. W .Macfarline it Ca,n cents.
I iVKfo-cw.L, lint lit. Mauagatr . IMkin
Puehept. 15'W. T. II. DaVic A Co., Agents
San KranliU-O. Am. bgtne. Cos;flo. Drew
Due, W. (1. I1V.11& Co., Agentv
.San Fkanciscu, Am. bk. I). C. Murray
Due July 510. V. A. Scluefcr &. Co., Atxeuts
San r'RANctsm, Am. bk. II. W. Almv rreetn.in
Due July 1-5. CaMteanJ Cooke, Agrntt.
San Fhanciscu, Am. bktne. Kiia Howe
Due July 15. C Ilrewer t Co., ogtt.
Port Hlakbly, Am, kIl Courier -
Due June 1530. Allen U Kobinvjn, agt
Pour Uamulk, Am. bk. I.izik Mahmiali. ISergmann
Due July 1-5. Iwer K. CouVe, Agent.
Nrw York, lint. Lie. IUnryJamu l-iitiinoie
'I o tail early In June. Cauleft Cooke, Agent.
'1 he P. M. S S. City of bdney will U due fioni the
(tilonict to morrow p.m., en route to ISan r'ranttsco.
Hie American Laikentine Jane A. I'alkiiiburi; it in
the Si ream nwaiting cargo.
'I be German bail. llariikHliutia.W for Guaynus early
At the l.splinade, the bails Nonantum nnd St. I.
teiu.e ate discluirginK coal.
the American bark Hope I iliscliarging lumWr at
the foot of Fori meet, after which tdicttlllgo uti the
'the American lark Ca.hariet. I blading At the old
Custom House wharf, for ban Francisco, for which ptt
khe will tail to-da).
Die American lark Patella U at the F.sphn.tl-e oyy
Mtethe Cuktom Houx, where i.lieliai beenloailtn wtth
nugar. She wiU for u rranciscu lo-diy.
The llriiUh steamship Glenelg, and American brig,
fttilin Conftuelo.lmay be looked for hour I) from San
riancisco, with liter news
The HritUh liatk Henry James wa to tea e New
York early in June, for this oit, tonsigned to Messrs.
Cat lie & Cooke.
I he teamhip Suet was hauled up on the marine
railway Saturday afurnoou, put on her propeller, anI
launched agnln .Monday moittuig, und tailed '1 hurMlay
aficriKion for Hongkong
'1 he fine A 1 Hritlsh htp Shandon armed from Glas
gow last Saturday, after a fine run of 113 iUs with an
assorted cargii ca attout 7.00 tons to Mesm. G. W
MacfarUne Co. She lia docked at the O. S. S. Co.'i
whaif, wheic the Is liow dtM.harging.
At Itrcwer A Cu.'r whvf, the American brtganttne
W II. Mr)er Is loading for San Francisco, louu about
the middle of i.ct week; and the American bark StiU
man It. Allen. I discharging a general cargo from I ton.
ton, She will tall for Hongkong a tout the middle caf
On the but passage of 1 1 M. S. Sw'tftiure from Ho
twlulu to tvpiimalt. the cncounteied tt heavy gales,
dutlng which several heavy seas Uuke ocr her. A an
ekixiuncnt, a Lag containing oil was tigged ocr the
weather tide and had m.h a mat Vet) effect on the waies
tlut the vehcl rodt finely through the ijale, which con
tmuevl with unabaletl fur), the oil keeping the scat un
drr control, ,t
From KaJului, r Kilau.a Hou, June t Kcv V, S
'Minolta, V C htvulaitl, K C" Wlimun.
r-'rom Kauai, par C K. lliahoy, Juua tl Mia. Ilalin,
C Aviunmhc Mr Vau.ua, aili ami chiM, V Keating,
from wlmlwaril poila. ir UVclikc. JuueaiWfJ
Wilder, C IS'Mlay. Mr llnJiCM, A K Webb, K I' Kul.
Lahl, alla ami iluM, M Fcliait, slf an.t 1 children, J
SluuuteUen, Mr KaneaV.ua, WMmw, W'KtJedrfr, J
M..VUi, M Killer, W A hiring. A Uuna, Mr lln-
f;le, I h Seailca, Uov Dominla. H Cation, lliahop U'll
ib, f. II 1'iealon. b J llroan, lr II Cariuer.
Fur Hongkong, r buer, Jun. 48179 mell onicn
For IsjiI Tilanaeiid, ir Amelia, June a;- W Olaen,
U (i Andeiaon, J W llwlnjii.
For San KiaiKiaco, ner Mary K Dodge, June a6 W
f'orKoyal Koadi, pel T K r'utter, June tj -M Wil
aaMi, O Hieike, wife and child, T 'Inornaaon, vaifaand
(hild, OVaulaon T PauUou.
Fur San Fiaivrtaco, tr Katakaua, lun tl C l.ucca,
Mr.CUaa, FCIaik, Mlu C i. Joiks, V Ktiedge, Cape
I lira), ife and daughter.
Foe KauaL t Jat Makec. luive 6 Mia A S Vil
wa, C It Hofgajd, IS Baler, J Lovell, wife and daugh
Fur KauaL ir C K lliahop, Juntaj l)i Wallets
iad vaife, a Matters lliudl, Mlavca tlami, A Wicbkc, M
laigtalt and J Italea.
For Kahului, per KUauca Hou, June 6 J Wagner
and wife. M Fredericks W pilf. C K VVinalon, FC
Sluddani, C btuith, h Dealer, J K Forter, 1. Hoavaon,
Fur Maui and HaaatI, lc Nalanl. June, acv 11 W
V. I onet, J V I lancta,
. lonet. 1 vv liaiwti. a, tie
aoit C HutsvitU. Mlaa (ta
IT U1K1 llUtUe, t.1 14 IXKIMIU
, CSumh. 1 II HoUo.1, 11
... I .L.ll 1! I' U..L..I
au.i. L. Ilotaviitl. Miaaitaa.
hUnJon, KFl'lanl, W K !xal, M McCann. MlaaJ
OtailUANI, E. r lllft, l fv uti, ,aa.a..i.. . ! J
KiUuou., W MoDougall, Mrs Fuium, CalKobbuia,
MtaMttS Williauia and M Silaa, W II Cotult.
Yot vatndward Duel., yer Ulehle, Juna as Mrs SO
Wilder. MtsWitghl and child, S li f Wilder, Jr , J A
WUder, CIS Wallei.C J McCanhv.J UUuler alluca
Cm.u.0, aiaa, ixniu. vJiauiMaiiin, niu.ui a.iw wuui
. ,, I l.l'I.I.. --1 .f A L- It-.U C I M..1.
UIL I KSeaiU. and ifc. A K Uagle, F I. (.tail.
KSeaiU. and ilc, A K Uagle, r I. Llaike.
l.b-iaMuuL. FL Ualie. Mi J'o.fll. KevbC
laililau, K r Adaiua, Mrs I'Ulpa, J N Wrtghl, lihaw
ue, I Wood and vaue. I, r Itolniea. 11 cornv.eii.
u MiLhca sh.w. ajt. M VVuVok. I StutHjchccu. Dr F It
Catpauler and iife, J A Mllea, M J Ketr, Cai 'I
Sivucer, II A tliidgca.
Flaw Putt Toanaend. per lspc, Juna I
Caiula, aaj,66fl lumber, lavkiaJoUuiigl
Froiu Saa FiaucUrc, Mf W II Meer, Juna ia Di.
lulgliAJU ik Cm. 14 plgt patnla, asa baa gu, 4 ca ahcLU,
escaud, 1 ciuated aiaxa, 34 plgi gun pavder, bat
pkiaa. 1 lalndailU, ig pk. aaa laiifaaia; WUdaratCo,
)cs auli Allca 4 Kobinaon, if 4 pigs pauui, J pkga
iwadt, a. pkga grokctira, t pig. tuiullure, I page wall
PIhi; Al Mclncniy, 9 plgadry giaaia; Pelica at 1J0, 10
pkga ahlp chandler 1 pig alwaAw I'rullipa & Co, ao
k..(kMr; Q Lusas Ji.cuo bmkaj Mr busgar, 441 alt
flour, Hart firm, m pkgs aat groceries M Iji, U
alis ln, t h. . hrea Mrs. hesney ."son, l dor
lirooma: A Herbert, 4 pkga wheat, 6 pkgt grinding
rtnga, I' Smith, t Us fray, u sVsoat., t llrewerA lo,
oo all barley, Ixbli hay, I c ImMa, 4 pigs grcnerie.,
an Ions wntl, i' Va hran, l eoop thickens, e coffin
ware, i c mirror, joo bit lime, ta eks (lour, kjifl"
ahmgles, I sol redwood posts, l$9 bbls aalmon, loo bis
hay, iso aks Hour
I mm llmton, pet S II Allen, June t llrewer
( o, 3ft rU crir.lage, n iron asfes, it M yellow metal, 14
kg nails, 13 ilof narrows, 6c inatwe ami grantic, jri
handle., ajs nan, is ilof wash Iviartls lodor IKkett,
kg nail, 13 ilof harmwa, 6c inarMe ami granite, ljr
uiie. 9 mr. im wan ivwru. loiinr .ninc..
vi ta Mtroleum. 4 I.Mv vinegar, 14 pkg4 hamlcarn, 6
clmmn, 100 pfcgm lamje. ami nungv 14 cv ri.mm .j
DM Hail, yt mi navtim, 50 i.v inn, win, i,i..
ptatev, B rrta Iron tloors art 1.011 nie Clay, 10 nan 1.U11
paint, ivhvi furniture, a ca curle.1 hair, lliet oak
1 in lliavt 4Kfaba atrial llaailt.
is I ihtnvtn, i frlgalor, tJorwcarir r bU unjceriM
i hxn tmp, i lit cr mer, l'lntl.w ft Vo, to en mitciiM,
80 ml. hippinj( triink, yrt c trDlirnj Allen k Rol-
.tln, f c ImUtraiU, eir 9 c furniture, eniravinR4p
ft. f tcbr)l(ft ml .Ulcrcfl-tj I C Jonw, iccar
rUge, 1 r ptuno, J9 r tirnliure; IrIn ftCo, 8 furn..
tu, 1 tiW crorUry, l,rwer ft L'ooVe, 96 WU h
nn.1 Mln!; 1111 A Vio. y &k Hoym rxl Ullow
wnre, 1 bt rhtr, 1..I1I.U01I. 950 ietrolum; C.rin
Uum j.in,io W.N t-rt-r, $ r maltliM, 71 m hw; (J
j c tunm; reirrt-Tuu, oij 11 com... 17
ca yellow melal, tikginj
timlier., j i.Vg I.I'kI,,
;naiM, 1 wnaic imai, ijikj "
Li. (Jnltr. MM lolarco, ?!n
tlir, iintl l lit mi .lln. 1 bx bte kIam toAdilreM.
Irom (rjtfw, (r Sliaml-Mi, June aj Srh-ufer
Co, 8 f It $ brAmly, i. w ler, atn m a! $0 c tham
I)tne, talle UrAe. " m noap; (irinlsium .k Co,
?c lry nind, AlMlmRV, lUckfeM & Co, iytck
hrrr, lift Ma-'if line A Co, 5 c Unruly, 4plag
ale. 1 prcN oHiih r. .mte, 4 l"K wmple. boilers, 1 c
rflilw.iv mi(tr(al t lit machinery,, it furnare Im, 14a
t iron otk, v cat iron water pijrt, i w ruliiiKS
n; i.ic math ii-r,, 41 nt eaiv iron, . nuinn, n
rw, 20 r in -., j r twine, ten Itnetit, iB ck paint;
I II Davie, 1 . rifcm, jcntlryKDoiM; 11 w jiw, r e
.:,tware, lr IktrUrKl fi pkM cnccia; noincniat-scr
. Co, l4ornllM4(lry Roixls; l Krwrfrie. ock
wine. f trt eannernware; Onler, 47 pc Amlgcs ma-
chiner), 3 prn .hiftn, 1 c Ulilrift, ,99 t !"! 3 clt
rope, 49a pK- leflfi, jo nnii aie, 40 c aim s;i tsi ihv
key, 18 Mov zc fitting, i crl e.irt hern ware, tc
wimple. o . ile, aocbranky, a ct Implements $U
Iry rtmxU, 174 lir iron.. 7 Wl Iron, arU tloor tloth, jc
hitler., lifi I ill tubes 4 M lead, 1 ck MUtfpans 4C
cutlery, ort. 1 luiuors ttth noap, toctti buckets Gc
KliMware, 1 . tn.Ue, 19 1 1 oilmen ktore, ibKro
eerie. tn ami, i,ny6 mlU. 131 InlU fiOi pbtn, 3
curaifwa) miteri.ils 18 ken spikes 9 c Ijoiler f.ltings
16 c iron, jj bl bngs
Kx Am-lla, hence f.r I'ort'Iownwmt, June 7
pke ftu,ar, C.oiollrt. Value, $571.55.
I.x Mary V. Inltfe, henco for .San Kranctvo, June ad
7.353 pR Miitar, 757,701 ii-n; 35 uncn inanai,
I.x Suer, hence for Hongkong, June 8 1 kff tiiar,
150119, 5 bz rice, 5o W. Value, $40. In transitu,
$8.u ikv flour, 1,184 general me reliant! inc.'
I i KaUkaua, hence for San rranenco, June 37310
plfC' Ufir cane, 6,53 Pp "tigar, 730,655 It-s; i.aig
pktiricr, i8t,oi" tt; in pVmlnJei, t hnle. Value.
SATUUDAY. JUNE 30, iMj.
: nr.a iss'i.sii tiii: t:si.
King Knl.iknu.i ilclivcrcil n spcccli at tln
ll.iv,aii.in Hotel on the evening of January 21,
iSSj',) in which lie uscil the rolloning langu
iffi: " I ccognli; chccifiitiy the
fact that Hawaii, ns one nf the fatuity "f
nalinna, must lie governcil in accordance wtlh
the Mean which control cnnsliliition.il govern
ments." This contrition (niihl) of the king
was in consonance wilh the promises of goml
hehavior he hail just made. The lazy long
suffering of the business community hail at
hat arisen anil forced the abandonment of
Moicno. The frightened monarch, hiding like
Kohcspicire in a cellar, was protected by for
eign bravery from the violence of an outraged
people. In his apparent gratitude he promised
beller behavior. What was the.value of that
promise? The subsequent apixintnicnt of a
man as bad as Moreno In be not merely a
minister but Ikiss of the ministry. The king
went abroad. The pomp and pride and cir
cumstance and luxury and license of foreign
courts added fuel to the Haines of his vanity.
Before lie sailed away he avowed his belief in
the spirit ofconstitulional government. When
he returned he had eves and cars for nothing
beller than its letter. Under the cloak of
established law he appointed lo the highest
office in his gift the man of all men least fit to
lead in an) thing anywhere. Notwithstand
ing his evil prowess, he has failed in every
thing. He his made egotism a fine art and
selfishness an csact science. Vet he has failed
in Ixith. Delias failed as holy saint anil re
pentant sinner, as business man and agricul
turist, as shepherd and fellow, as professor
and pupil, as orator and alitor, as romancist
and tract.imn, as diplomat and publicist, as
prophet and premier. Ah, but he is premier
)ct 1 A)e, but how hollow the bauble his
bubbling conceit still chases 1 I low gaunt and
gray and grim his raj less face 1 Not even the
perennial fountain of his egotism may coax one
flower to bloom there. Disliked, distrusted,
avoided by his peers, hated by the intelligent
among the natives he has deluded, writhing
under the contempt of the best men and truest
women of the kingdom. He mumbles with
his feeble lips the Sodom's apple he dare not
taste, and ahivcrs in (he heavy harness he dare
"To dare and again to dare, and alwa)s to
dare," said the brawny Damon. It is an
excellent text for Hawaiians to-day. We
mean ny Hawaiians all who have an Interest
in this commonwealth, by inheritance, by pur
chase, by labor, by supciior business judgment.
The man who honestly holds real estate, or
mercantile stuck, or business position,
professional place, has a right lo demand
security in his land, properly, place or pro
fession. Hut security in all or in any of these
conditions can be secured only by good gov
ernment. Good government may fall as far
Ik-Iovy perfection xs average human conduct
does. Ideal good government will lie the
first born of the millennium. Reasonable
men do not expect it now. Vet, lhat is no
leason for fatuous content in government, dis
tlnctly bad, merely liecause it might be worse.
It ought to lie enough for earnest and honest
Hawaiians, lh.it the king refuses In oust his
criminally incompetent advisers, lhat the
ulacc yard and the rojal )achtsroom have
been turned into hula houses and public tap
rooms; and that, as a consequence, the public
income is being squandered and public morals
And what of the king who dishonors his
state and station by his viitual indorsement of
this branded outcast? He came lack from a
lour through the capitals of the highest modern
enlightenment anil cssa) etl to revive in hit own
laud the vilest immoralities of the paganism
fioni which his country had emerged, llestial,
and win so than bestial, were the orgies of 11a
vvaiiaii life beforcthe modern civ iliulioii o the
"while invader" came to these shores, and
battled against heavy odds to give the Islanders
the free manhood of (tod-feaiing Intelligence.
The coronation hulas, authorized, approved,
applauded by Kalakaua, were crimes against
the very life of the social fabric. Vice in the
slums, In the hidden places, in the dent of
everywhere, is bail and only lad, but when
vice flaunts its shameless fiont under the walls
of the palace of a ChrUtbn nation, it Is high
time the heavy hand of the moral law fill on
Ihc shoulders of the chief offenders. These
chief offenders are David Kalakaua, King of
Hawaii by the people's will, now- on probation)
and Walter Munay Gilnon, boss of the king's
cabinet in Si(c of the people's will. The
hcav y hand of the moral law has not ) et fallen.
Vet cannot the king see through the hole in
the millstone ? Will lie upt repent in time to
save at least the semblance of the. power he
and hta unfaithful servant have jcoparducd?
There i,t an Arabian proverb, I ha; if three
just men unite in any cause, they shall win it.
Foi(unalcl)', there is no augury that three bail
men may indefinitely continue In power. So
there is hope for Hawaii in spite of the Gib
sonian chuckle, tie lajglu best wlio laughs
The man who Is always boasting of speaking
his mind usually ha the least mind lo'ipeak,
tiii: i.ir hi; n:u:nii iti:."
When an Amcncan so far forgets himself as
to forget the day of the week on which comes
the Fourth of July, he is terribly ashamed of
himself when he comes lo rememlier. I.est
there linger In the minds of any American
Hawaii., some hazy, ill formulated Idea that
ncut Wednesday will lie Saturday, or the
middle of last week, or llic nest day nflcr
never, or some other Ill-defined holiday, we
lieg leave to remind them that nest Wcdnes
day will lie the day of the year on which, over
a vcar ago, the Amcricnn eagle made Its first
(light for freedom, with Its c)es to the sun anil
lis breast lo the foe. Next Wednesday will
lie the day of the )ear 18SJ, In which
Americans may safely drop every difference
and stand shoulder to shoulder under the old
Hag. Only those degcneralc Americans, cither
in durance or in the cnjojinent of legal but
unjust liberty t only those Americans liehind
whom stalks the turnkey and lieforc whom
yawns the penitentiary, ought to lie excluded
from the infectious fervor of (his day of days.
In these piping times of peace, there need be
not one rancorous intrusion. Harmony In
Ktlriollsni ought to be not less easy than it is
admirable. As Americana, as men who lie
lieve in the principles which made Concord
and Lexington Inevitable, which made Ilrandy-
wine and Valley I'orge twssiblc, which made
Sumpler and Oclt)sburg necessary, which has
crowned loss and gain, strife and forgiveness,
shame and glory, with the flowers of Memo
rial Day; as loyal, hotieful, proud Americans,
our hearts ought lo be too full of love for the
mother country that liore us to cherish, for a
single hour of next Wednesday's twenty-four,
even a single inharmonious thought. If there
were no reasons but selfish ones, those selfish
reasons mijilit be fairly urged. The future of
Hawaiian reciprocity trembles In the balance
of searching inquiry. If we shall be found
wanting in patriotism, we shall be found
licking in cvcr)thing. Porlunatcly, there is
no need to appeal to an) thing so son I id. I.ct
us thank the fales we have not the need. Let
us thank the fates the Americans of Honolulu
aic Americans in feeling as well as in name,
in pride as well as in pocket Imoks, in manly
forgiveness and in Christian charity, in demo
cratic independence, but also in republican
miuii: iir.ADi.sii ran hvxhav.
"lscmcmber the Sabbath dav to keep it
holv." l'or centuries this mandate has been
rcspiitcil lay lire true lottowers 01 mrui. ajnc
day out of Ihc seven is needed for rest from the
toils Of the week.
I nin weary, l.rethrrn, weary,
I have lolled the long, long week ;
1 haae wept till eyes are bleary,
Anil I need to real my clicel,
Cause 1 lose Hawaii nel so,
la the reaaon why I bray so.
Kcst is anv thine that calls new or seldom
used faculties of the mind or body into oper
ation. Vet we arc to understand that by resting
on the Sabbath we fulfill the requirements of
the precept, "Kcmembcr the bahDalli tlay to
keep it holy." Vcs, for how can a day be
kept holy more entirely than by recuperating
the faculties which the Creator has given us
for Ihc consummation of the duties of life?
During the laborinc davs of the week our
minds arc usually absorbed in business occupa
tions. I'm so busy all die week,
lllanlcting my froen cheek,
That the Sunday rest 1 seek
Is aery, very weaL.
Hut by the word "rest" we would not neces
sarily imply that this day should be given over
to sluggishness or idleness.
1 he ltter the day the belter the deed :
(Ireeleyanil Gladstone chopping down trees ;
1 he ro)al v-tchtaman, hugging ihc breeze,
My I.ansi khepherd ilog, searching for tleas;
Are all of them thoroughly well agreed
rl he lietter the day the better the deed,
hut 1 have a higher Ideal for the cabmet'a Sunday rest,
lUch hie to the golden Roose-n and quietly feathers
There is rest in diversion, rest in reflection.
Ave, there la rest 111 reflection, comforting calm In re
flection, rl he prison of Welterveden swims in my eager sight,
For memor)t mellow lages are crowded with intra
And even my akcletou closet is tloodcd with lambent
And the peace which follows conversion is the highert
and best diversion
Which comes to a chcen saint in ihe gloom of des
pair's black night.
When the Sabbath comes, it is fitting that
we should lay aside the distracting and often
aggravating worldly thoughts that fill us with
anxiety, and turn to a contemplation of Christ
and tire conditions of our souls, which we
generally have little or no optnrtunity to
think ol during the week. There is great rest
in the thought of heaven and heavenly things;
there is consolation in the prospect of ending
this fretful earthly career with the hope of a
bright immortality shining before us.
And I. it impious lhat I, who heed
'1 he story of the thief impenitent.
Should pray tlAt 1 might acape his grcissoinc fate,
lly ringing in at lh eleventh hour T
In the promises that religion gives, we
should seek for true rest. This wc may do in
public or in private, it matters not which, if
we arc devout anil sincere in our endeavor to
draw near to the gte.it fountain of life, and
peace, and love.
For 1 liase fought the devil all my iklja
(Poor fool, he thought I was hit friend), and now
'1 he wicled opposition press disclaims
'Hie crvatal clearness of my limpid life;
Hut 1 know well the virtue that 1 feel ;
1 truly know that I am truly good ;
1 truly ta.
The cily of I Ionolulu is blessed with many
public temples, where the word of Gcxl is
laithfully presented every Sabbath, to those
who desire tu Ik: led toXards the divine haven
of eternal rest. Vet, there is nothing im
perative almut attending at public worship.
We may keen the Sabbath holv in our own
houses, by our own self-consecration lo pure
inougiits ami righteous stuuy 01 the iniiKtnsM
able word. We should permit no ungenerous
feeling of unchristian animosity, hate or envy
to enter our breast and allow none of the un
worthy jealousies and oppositions, that animate
us in our da)s of strilc to contaminate the
hallowed Sabbath. Hut rather wc should
strive to forgive and forget, even as wc expect
to lie forgiven by our lather in Heaven, im
placable hatred and acrimony is not creditable!
much less is it Christian. Wc are ever liable
to err, but knowing this, we should be always
on our guard against error. How )caceful,
harmonious, anil delightful our beaulilul Island
capital ought to tie on Ihe Sabliath day I Vcs.
and on all days, If Christian love truly sheds
Its wanntti ami light through our hearts,
tempering our every action with fraternal con
con! and religious unity.
And noar I lay lue down lo sleep,
I pra) lh king a place to keep.
Fur gocd uilali liibaon Hecp.
V '" -
Poor Minister Kapena t The apt but in
elegant San Francisco hoodlum would liavc
said, he "got it right in Ihe back of the
neck," at the fire last Thursday morning. At
least onecitiien tnappcslhh, unofuctal-fingcrs
in the official face, and taunted the amiable
incomiKlcnl with responsibility for the criminal
absence of water from the mains. Poor Ka
pena I The saddest reflection thai ch.is.il its
fellows through the lab) lint lis of his financial
headpiece, must have been that the liold, lad
dangerous Hush, was not there to be raked
over thecoali) alao, the joke of the nutter is,
tlut Mr, Kapena and his colleagues, are at
loggerheads over the water supply, and Mr.
Kapena is said to be much less distinctly
aira)cd against the lights of the people than
ate the other.
Who is "Hill Oichillrce," of whom one of
the accomplished correspondents of the Adver
tiser office recently wrote. There is a noted
"Tom Ochiltree M in, the United States, whose
exploits in mendacity, wcsldcj to a facile
epistolary style, well qualify him Cor official
organ grinding in the Advertiser office.
ir.r r;H ,i,v rtni:s.
The disaster of last Wednesday morning
brings up the water question with renewed
emphasis. An erudite, )et clear, straightfor
ward Iml practical article in another column
points out defects In the quality of Honolulu
water, and suggests mclhials for in improve
ment. Hut some additional consideration ol
the question, especially in connection with the
supply and distribution, Is demanded now, and
ought lo be agitated until something is done.
The present storage capacity of the lower
N'uuanu reservoir is what it was twenty-three
years ago. 'I he distributing mains from the
lower reservoir arc the same they then were.
It Is true an upper reservoir has been connec
ted with the old lower rcscrvolrj but that docs
not help matters much In'cue of any sudden
demand uioti the pipes. At present, the area
of mains is unequal to the lawfully required
caiacily of the privileges sold. If the present
long list of privileges lie increased by putting
in latger mains and more piiw, without a cor
rcsjionding increase of reservoir capacity, the
danger from fire will be corrcsMindingIy 111
creased, to say nothing of the inconvenience
to those who pay for a supply of water they arc
frequently deprived of. The question now is
what shall be done almut it? The Advertiser
of the 18th said: "The heavy rainfall Satur
day night will doubtless have the effect of re
plenishing the reservoirs that supply the cily
with water and telievctheanxietyof those who
have been endeavoring lo create an excessive
alarm." Nothing can be further from Ihc pur-
xisc of this article than lo create excessive
alarm. Hut alarm is not unnatural, when in
surance men feel justified In considering the
question of refusing further fire risks, and
when the health of the city is in jeopardy rrom
water that analysis proves to be unfit for drink
"A 1, i:a 1tr.1t n'.tXTKii."
Our Wednesday contemporary declares that
it represents "a definite party." That a
parly should exist in a stale, representing
differences ,of ixililical view and contending
honorably for tlic expression and realization of
these views, is desirabe and indicates a lively
and healthful stale of a commonwealth.
A "party" cannot represent "differences
of political view." Such a condition of party
being, would be even more singular than )our
logic is peculiar.
Wm lia-n htiil In ilnal with much olrliositioil
lhat was bitter, mean and unscrupulous, and
that seemed to. lie animated solely by personal
spite, and contenrling only to give expression
to the rancorous spirit of personal hate, but
now a journal that has been ilcyoleil to this
personal acrimonious style of discussion de
clares lhat its lucubrations are all in the
interest of "a definite party." We arc glad
lo hear this, because a party represents some
kind of organization and consequently a
leader; and now wc beg lo lie introduced to
and to have introduced to the public the
leader of this party.
Keep )our shirt on, sonny; you shall be
accommodated in the sweet pretty soon.
The journal which announces that there is a
parly at its back has not failed to signalize and
mark with a dirty animosity, a leader in the
administration of the Hawaiian Government,
who stands out full and prominent before the
people. I lis acts arc arraigned and his person
traduced in every way lo give a marked pro
minence lo his position.
Instead of "dirty animosity to a leader,"
read " outspoken contempt for a soiled place-
hunter." Instead of "marked prominence to
his position," read "marked prominence to
his unfitness for his position."
Now, where is his opponent ; where is the
leader that is to restore "gooii government
lo a so-called misruled country
Really now, disreputable sir, jou can't ex
pect the chess players of the opposition to
give away their game till they are ready to
The opposition parly, if there is such a
pirty, must have a champion, who will cross
swords with Ihc leader ot (tie government
There is " such a party," and do not allow
it to escape your continuous and assiduous
In the tourney, after the denunciation of an
alleged wrong doer, and after the trumpets of
the heralds hav c sounded, the name of the
champion is announced, who is ready to run a
tilt a 1'outrance against the opposing knight.
If your pot metal lance was ever in a joust,
that was not unjust, the decent people of
Honolulu have not yet heard of if. The knight
must prove his knighthood before he may enter
the lists. You sit in tin! pillory of public dis
approval. Your face is set towards the limlio
of final retirement. Your name is a stench in
the nostrils of honest intelligence. Yet you
have the effrontery to libel chilvahy by link
ing to it your dishonored name. And your
shame has taught you so valueless a lesson
that you brazenly ask the names of those
whose unseen leadership is driving )ou to the
Our political opposition heralds have been
doing nothing else since tlae day the govern
ment leader went into office but sound the
horn o( opposition and clang the gong of hos
tility ; and, as in ancient Chinese warfare,
throw their slink-pots into the opposing camp.
Tiat is what our uncouth Saxon ancestors
would call a "lie;" hut which your saintly,
diplomatic, contracting, parliamentary, board-of-healthish,
life has fitted you to consider "an allow
able departure from precision of definition."
As yet no champion or general of the op
position party has put in an appearance. We
want tu see the man who is going to lead the
masses for "good government," and who is
prepared to organize the " regeneration of the
Hawaiian kingdom." He should not be hid
den away in a newspaper office, or among the
offices on Ihe " Heach," or lie buried out of
sight upon a plantation, or, (vcrhaps, lie tour
ing abroad, lie ought to lie here and known
of all men. lie is needed. An avowed leader
will strengthen organization, will give effect lo
party discussion, and will rally and animate
followers. Then let him lie brought forth;
whether he be Atkinson or Mist, or Godfrey or
Thrum, or Smith or Drown, or Jones ; let him
lie boldly announced, and let him "hang his
banner ujion the outer wall." We wait for the
leader of the opposition I
You may not have so long to wail that )ou
will not wish it wercVlill a little longer. The
mills of the gods grind slowly, it is true ; but
the thanksgiving mince meat they arc prepar
ing will lie food for reflection and for the
We trust the Gazette understands that the
criticism we made last week of its comment
on Mr. Frank Ilrown's refusal lo accept an
asesotship, was made more In sorrow than
In anger. We ought lo be grateful for the
evil left undone by this shameless administra
tion, and even more fur the good it doc by
mistake. So, though we differed from the
(iaiellc wilh some diffidence, we could not
honorably pass without notice an exhibition of
thinking which seemed aimed al the public
good, for which we believe Ihe Gazette to be
alwa)s honestly endeavoring to uphold.
The persistent policy of the San Francisco
Chronicle rowardi these islands, has been to
" lie by day and lie by night, and lie for the
very lust of lying." llought with the gold of
an unvctupulous enemy, it has labored, with
zeal well worthy a better cause, to weaken
American influence in the Islands, resulting
from the hard earned advantage of reciprocity ;
to wreck hundreds of fortunes, and to arrest
the development of Ihe Hawaiian nation.
The unspeakable Chinese, like his unspeak
able fellows of every nationality, has been
making the loathsomenci of human nature
apparent in New York city; and much b be
ing said and written 00 both vide of the tub-jevt.
mtxoi.x i.vh irir;; si ri'i..
While the attention of the public has of laU
been rceatcdly drawn to the scarcity of our
water supply, few perhaps realic Its extreme
Impurity. A chemical examination of samples
drawn from the government laps on the 16th
01 me present month, snowcil many other Im
purities: 4 grains of chlorine, .( y-loo grains
of free ammonia, and 9 J (-too grains of al
buminoid ammonia, tier United -States gallon.
The physician on Ihc United Stales man-of-war
Hartford, by whom this anal) sis was made,
promptly and unhesitatingly condemned the
water, as totally unfit for drinking purxes,
and refused to have it brought on Imard of the
ship, declaring that Ihc amount of animal ami
vegetable impurities in such water was some
thing frightful, ami that the danger In his men
of fever and serious Ixiwcl complaints from
drinking it was loo great a risk to be taken.
Let it here be noted, that ammonia and al
buminoid ammonia in water, indicate the pres
ence of dccomiKising animal and vegetable
matter, even very small quantities render a
water undesirable. When found in such quan
tity, as the almve anal)sls gives, Ihey indicate
excessive contamination. Allhouch the com
(rounds of chlorine, principally chloride of
siniiiiiii, loiiiiutm aii, nte 1101 111 iiicinseives
harmful, vet, with the exception of a small
amount, normally present In all natural water ,
tnese conqiouniis arc ticriveii Irom itoiiscnolil
and manufacturing operations, and Ihc pres
ence of any considerable amount of chlorine
causes the water to he looked upon with sus
picion. r "S
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The water, the impurity of which is thus
shown to lie so great, is the surface ilrainage of
two valleys, viz. : Xuuaiiu niul Makiki, At
Ihe present lime, the Makiki rcscroir is nearly
empty. Two insignificantly small streams
trickle into it, the one bringing water from
near the heail of the valley, in an open flume;
the other from a nearer point of the brook, in
an Iron pipe. The water in this rescrsoir is
full of moss, while a thick scum of ileca)ing
animal and vegetable matter floats on the sur
face, a disgusting sight.
The main supply for the town is now ob
tained from Nuuanu valley, and is brought
through several miles of open ditches and the
N'uuanu brook, which senc as the general
drain or sewer for all that part of the valley.
The l'aki auwai, starting from a (mint just
alios e Telly falls, as a fine clear stream, crosses
the government road lour tunes ami recen cs
the drainage of Hie Ice Works, and of numer
ous kalo patches. It winds its way through
I l . I- 1 . . -.l.l... i i:: ; V.
u-iiia uiua 41111 iim M.iiuts, uuxjiiiiiii; ill lis
current all sous of contamination and ulcness,
to enter again the bed of tlic N'uuanu stream,
withits mud, slime and putridity, and on
arriving at a oint just almve the Kapena falls,
it enters a pipe, and is at length dischaigeil
into the low cr reservoir.
Let any one observe' the various sources of
contamination, to which the s-ater passing in
an open ditch, through .so thickly settled a
country, must necessarily be cximkciI, and he
will not be surprised at its extreme impurity.
ilut my object in thus calling attention to
this object, is to point out a cure for this great
csil. Three methods of supplying this city
with pure watcsjare worthy of consideration.
The first, and most obsious method is, to
bring the water from the poiAt, already referred
lo, above I'clly falls, in N'uuanu valley, in a
closed pipe to the present reservoirs, thus
doing away at one stroke with all necessity for
contamination by open ditches. The water
from a lioint near the head of Manoa valley,
could also be brought in the same way, nnd
these two sources of supply, together with the
smaller stream from Makiki arc thought In
competent; judges to befficicnt for the wants
of the town. But, unfortunately, for this
scheme, the government does not base the
control of these two valuable streams. Hun
dreds of kalo patches and scores of ssatcr
rights have the first claim. To buy nut all
these ancient water rights would be a task of
great difficulty and expense. The Wilder ad
ministration fairly considered this project, and
felt obliged to abandon it for the reason stated.
A second plan was recommended by the
well-known hulraulic engineer, Mr. Hermann
Schusslcr. lie proposed to construct a dam
across the N'uuanu valley, at a point a little
over a mile liclow- the top of the pali, thus
forming a large storage reservoir, fed from a
drainage area of about a square mile, liis
experience in the construction of similar works
in California is the best guarantee of tlic
practicability of this plan. It certainly has
the merit of doing away with the necessity of
buying up expensive water rights. The great
expense necessary in this undertaking to pre
vent leakage, and ihe fear naturally enter
tained by many of the danger ,that the dam
might sonic day gic way, causing a sudden
anJ scry destructive Hood in the thickly settled
parts of the valley, led to the indefinite post
xnemcnt of the entire plan.
The third inelhoil.andthe one which I would
advocate, is as follows; Two or more artesian
wells to lie located in any convenient locality
on government land ; Thomas Sipiarc, for ex
amine, would lie a cood nlace. A lame
reservoir to contain at least five millions of
gallons to lie placed on the slope nf lHinchbowl
hill, or other suitable locality, at an elevation
of one hundred and fifty feet almve sea level,
l the artesian wells a Worthington duplex
steam pump, with a capacity of delivering two
million five hundred thousand gallons in each
twenty-four hours, pumping water into the
main pipe, which shall empty into ihc above
reservoir. This pump would not need to lie
worked every day. An auxiliary pump of the
same pattern capable of delivering lis c hundred
thousand gallons every twenty-four hours
should lie ready for use in case of accident or
extensive repairs tn the main pump. Anew
and comprehensive svslcm of street nuins con
necting with the water supply should k
devised, and the present (utchwoi.: ivslem, or
lick of system, abandoned. Many of the pre
sent pilies are unfit for further service, and
should be replaces! by news onet.
It U thought by some Ilut, with the increas
ing numlierof artesian wells, the supply of
water from this source will gradually fail. Hut,
even if IhL should be the case, the pumping
engine will be able to draw up a full supply
when many other wells have ceased to How
above the surface. The two upper N'uuanu
reservoirs should be supplied by a nine directly
connected wilh the pure stream above Telly
uns tor in supply 01 inai portion 01 trie valley
above Judd street. This can lie done without
seriously affecting ancient water rights, u the
supply It adequate for that limited district.
The little Makiki reservoir could be connected
with the proposed new reservoir, if dcairctl, as
they would lie on about the same level. The
lower Nuuanu reservoir would have to lw
abandoned, M it would lie sixty feet liclow the
level ol Ihe new reservoir. Hut it is not mv
pretcnt purpose to go further into the details of
a matter wmen snouia ue tnorougniy worked
up by a competent engineer, and lhat without
delay. The problem U a co,iuparatl cly simple
one. Nature has alrouly provided an ample
store of the purest water) it only remains foi
man to Collect and distribute her county.
J, S. Eunso.s
1 in:i,ti:n rnnrKsr.
I nlTfiR SAURIiW I'RFss Sir I ohtei
leinledly, to the half ilorcn lines nf editorial
comment on the article of "X. V. ..," in your
issue of two weeks ago, entitled "Our Heligious
Journals." The'. remarks of "X. V. Z."wcrc
eminently true nnd just, and deserved cslitnri.1l
Indorsement rather than apology, or attempt to
tr.illi.tte Ihe force of them. 1 he rule .tliout
malms and nper not meddling with politics
has no application in this country, where there
arc no tnliticnl rutties, in the sense to give
txiint to Ihe legend. Who, If not pastors and
religious Kiers, arc iKiund lo rebuke the cor
ruptions of government nnd the misdeeds of
those in authority? In what other country ate
the editors and publishers of religious papers,
not only silent, but conspicuous in their par
ticipation In the follies and faults that character
ire the limes, nnd Ihc acts of Ihe Kiwcrs thai
lie ? None can be blind as not lo see that
tlfcrc arc among us, some of whom are. In au
thority, who not only aim to subvert the In
fluence of those to whom the people arc
Indebted for their civilisation ami ( hristianily,
but would also restore the vile practices that
charnrterired the liml In the days of lis Ignor
ance and barbarity. And, when one arises to
expose and rebuke lhat tendency, let not the
respectatile press ,01 the country attempt to
throw cold water on the rebuke, and give aid
and commit to those who arc endeavoring In
subvert Ihe civilization wc enjoy. -X. V. Z.
The Lilitoiial position nf the I'rcss on the
subject at issue was sufficiently explained by an
editorial last week.
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works.
Honolulu, July 3, iBB.
Atl (icrvm hating Water I'rhlltgex re notified that
their Waifr Uatt are p.talla nemi-An nu.il ly, (n.a.1.
vance, at the olTw.e of the Superintendent of Water
Wot kf UxA of Nuuanuu street, uion the lit day Df
January and July ufwehjear, C. It. WllaSO.V,
trf tf Sufwrintendent Water Work.
AT O TICK
in ( .-.:m mkK. - n,. t.nden.i.7t.tii.
1 N haunt: lieen ilulvai'i
tuning lteen duly appointed adminitrntor of the
estate Df A. S. McCULLAM. late of Hilu, Hawaii,
lecea-wiL not it e i l.erebv iivetito all trtontlu i-resent
llicir ciA.nn aaint the estate of tnld A, b. Middlim,
duly authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise, la me at my office en Kaahumanu street,
Honolulu. OaIhi, whl.lnlinunthifrom the dale hereof
or they he foreer barred ; and all person Indebted
to Mid estate nre hereby re.juc.tcd to male prompt pay
ment thereof to AI.KX. J. CAKIWKIUH1,
Administrator nf the estate of A S. McCullam.
Honolulu, June 9, t39j. M54W
N OriCl.. Having leen appointtd Cuardianof M,
Mahuka, minor, vm of the late M. .Mahulca, de
ceased, find attorney in fact for l.ukia (w) widow of
said M Mahuka. deceased, all nemon are hereby re
11 nested to settle all mat tent (tenanting to the estate of
M. Mahuka, deceased, wilh the undersigned, and they
are hereby notified that Mr. Simon K. Kaal has no au
thority vfntcer tn the matter. A ROhA,
(lUirdian of M Mahuka, minor, Ami attorney in fact
for I.mikia (), widonr of the Lite M. Mahuka, de.
Honolulu, Mny 15, 1883. 141-3111
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al Honolulu each SUN DAV niornins.
AGENT rnR THK F0LU1WING COAS1RRSI
KI.AO 1 - Ked stilh White lull. Office corner of
Vurenaiid Nuuanu Street
PLANTERS' LINE .
1-OK SAN FRANCISCO.
ft uiunvtus ,t- c'oiiiM.vr, Aw"'-
Merchandise recrived Storage Frre and liberal cash
auviuisva inauc am uuiiinanis uy una line.
rT"sO LKT-- A lloiisoon Kinma street, consisting of
,4. seven rooms, saniry, aitcncn. Loinrooin, car.
riage.houae, stable, aervanls rooms, und a large hencry,
IN Uarier ll.e I
the Ous-en's Hoar it-
In compliance aatlh the lenna of the
1 i.i'i.iiniAi inrciiiisi iiw Miri.t.wia ua
ital Soclclv will be held on Satuntav.
Ihe 71I1 of July, 1881, al Aluolani Hale, at 10 a. m.
Per Order. F. A. SUIAKFKK,
COMETIIING WORTH READING.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Kxliite Jlroher ami ihueral
tio.11 MkkCHANTSTkFlir ,
..HOKOILIV, II. I,
I have now Mvtral l.ial IIOUSKS and COITAGUS
to lal in various tomcf Honolulu and aubuilrf. Also.
I win good Uuitding Lola and prOcny to sell.
I'.uriovtirNT Fihs.ii o tihmk SataiaQ U'utif
I au maraaui to fi-'rhisii
MONEY AT AMY TIME
ON FIRST-CLASS IKCUklTV.
l.tjl J'af-trs ( al Dtstritiam Drawn.
Kngraviug and PciunaiashlpTasUfully !k4,e. Clutora
AGENT- FOR TllK UKST
aflr rutsst Ufc !. OoMainl4
IN TllK WORLD
TiLarnoof, 111 ( .1'. 0. Uox, jij
y M, C A HALL, Hotel Street.
AT 8 ri'tl-XK MIAItr.
Given with t)ie fcfnd Utitnee of the Amateur Mm!. I
Sxtoy, ly the
Honolulu Symphony Club
Overture r.lk KetcMion J. S. Out
. Violin Solo Filledu Keniment .
4. (Juartet- KchamptronY. .....i
5. Vocal Solo T hy Sentinel Am I..
6. Cornet Sola - Cardinal of Venice
Mr. C. Mtchieli.
7 Sextet Favorite Minuet.. .....
8. Selection Kuy Itlas
. . . . t. Veniano
o Vocal Solo Wain
10. Ctiorua(Mpay Life ,
Amateur Muafcnt .Society,
11. Vocal Solo Sona
Mr. 'Him. Da.lea.
bride's Maid Chorua 'Iilal hy Jury..
Solo hv Mrs. Patv.
Guitar nnJ Violin Serenade Duhoullay
Meaara. Varndley and Manpiia.
Hnale Kaiser March, with chorus K. Wagner
Symphony Cluh and Amateur Musical Society.
Admisston, $1 1 Keserveil Seals, 35 cents catra, to I
had al J. W. KOIIKK I SON Co.'. i-at
pooKsi dooksi nooKsi
Tlio Hawnllnn Ialnud nnd tho Paolflo,
sosir or which ae
Kills' I'OLVNF-aiAN Kfskarcmrs. fl volumes
A 'lot'R is Hawaii , Litis
A Journkv Koiinii Tin. WoKLIi(a sola.) .Simpson
Our Journal iithk Pacific. .....Kardley-Wilmot
Six Months in iiiKSsnmvicn Islands. ..Miss Hint
TllK Polvnksian Kace ( vol. a)... Pomander
Life or I.ecv O. 'I in. rstok.
jARVts' IllSTOkVOF TIIR HAWAIIAN Ist-ANIIS.
llHNNETT'ftSKF.TCItrSOF HAWAIIAN HtSTIIRV.
Hawaiian Almanac anuAnnuaij iS;-iSS3
HawaHAM Fkrns. , 1 lla'tley
Hauaiisn Cn 11 Paifrs.
ior salf uv
THOMAS O. THRUM.
for sai.i: IIV
1481m II. IIACKI'KI.I) 4 Co.
U HACKFELD & Co.,
01 FKR FOR SALK
INVOICES OF MEW GOODS,
I'.x ISarL C R. Ilishop and Steamship Khrenfcls,
Consisting in part of as fullosvs :
A Iar;o Aiaortment of Dry Good,
Denims, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Tuiltey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Cros-gratn, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c,
Men'H 1'tirninUlnfi tlooils,
Shirts, WoolenMixed. Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino and Cotton Uuderahtrts, White
Bosom Shirti. Socki & Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a Urire In
voice of CLOTHING conilitlug
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin S ickl,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Bora Shirts, and
Children's, rackets. I.
R. Coats ot Leggings, Mon-
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrella.
andParatota, Fancy and Travelling
ana luriusn lovvei
White and Fane;
Quilti , Felt Rugs and Brua
sell Carpeting, SI
ilk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets.
Fancv StrlDed woolen, two siaes.
scarlet, urange. wnue woolen ana.
.. - . . JL- .-..I. ... . .
Buttons for Shirts. Coats, Panti, Dreiite,
I'ER FUJI BUY,
Genuine Kau de Cologne. Lublu'a Kx
tracts. Toilet Soapa, Philocouie, llalr
Od, Coroba, Looking Glasaea, l'its. I.
R. lulls, Harmonicas, Ulank Books,
Gold I-eaf. Jesatliy, (told Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Katenslon, Arm, Dining room and lailor Cluirs,
Sellecs, Mirrors, etc.,
Umlillrt, t',ijJ.,iia, tllrlht, ttlirrvp Iolhrr,
Hemp ft I R, Packing, Coal Itesltu,
CRATES OP ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Hates, Cups. Teaputa, Itossla, Chambers,
Klce Ihalic ana Uakcn, Lkri
era, LkriuiUJint 3 and )
Sample lliailes. Vaacsand GUa.vare, (MauIU
Tam-d Koj, Coat Haas, Gunnies. Twine,
VucJ(iack and 'I willed .Sacking, I4ncn Hose
SUOAK ami KICK IIAfi.S
of atl sues and apuTiiies.
Sardloea In half and quarter bona.
Salt In Jaia, Castor OU la tins. Matches,
Cocoauut OU, Wash Blue. II. Whit. Lead,
Stearins, Candles, 4, s. and (, II. P. Blaculr,
Hubbuck'a Linned Paint Oil, Whit Zinc Paint,
German anil Havana Vluaro,
Ittisnl .u Spoon. Tutki, Cnit. Ta
hrts Cup, NtVlo Kinics Nl. etc..
iVivlet nj UuuLer Knlvtn, Situar, Shtt HMaj-,,
Nc41, hjiuoa, V iks (w Oadvanucd liAtlni,
Houi I too, Ktc Kjitii, iUwiAcrk VtW
Altrtil ahJ Ccuixjulioa NaIU. lAdAfuu
lUtUu MciaI. bugu Coulctt. Irm;
Flrt CUr. BtAclunllh CU Fkt Brkks, TUm
Urnftf UTrtU, 0 X. ftc.
0Jr ffgea lU ub IUiiiUtarfullv4t
"TRUSSES I TRUSSES!
TKUSSLS. IKUSSKS. TKUSSKS.
1 KUSSKS. 1 KUSSKS. 'I KUSSI.S,
IKUSSKS. TKUSSKS. 1 KUSSI.S.
HOLLISTER St CO.
I las-e juat tecetved a large tns-Atce of
Tlio Celolirntml Celluloid Ti-uhm
hiapCT mom Tint raetoav.
WF. IIAVF. SPFCIAI, FACH.IIIF.S
For AdJiiBtlriK TniaaMi.
Cor. Fort Rial Merchant streets and 50 Nuuanu street
fASTLE & COOKB,
llnNOIl'll.', It. I,,
Would cull attention to their Large and
vmled Stock of
Con ml In g of the unnvatlsrtl Part Sietl
llit Mbl.nc Steel I.iealfr. and Furrowing Mow, Mo
line Sieel riowt all me I'Unet, Jr., Culii
vatori, Dirt Scrari .
John DoertN Gang Plowa,
IManten' Hoe of lhett maVe,
niSS'IONS CKIXHliATKt) CANK KNIVKS
maJe lo order. Ames ShovcU and Spado,
(Jarden IIcxm. Canal t Ilarrowi, 0
Hows Yole, Chains Fencw
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
! Cumberland Coal,
Sperm Oil. C)ltnder. l.arri
ana rverencne un, iTrieci
Lubricators Plumbago, Al
bany Greaxe, DUvton and
S. and J. riles alltiieiand
kinds Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
Atlst04 and Soap Stone,
lax Packing, India Rub
ber Hove, K loaincli. lipei
and Couplings Nut nnd
'ahen, finiihed, Machine
llolts all "eS Cold precd
I Had. Milan's Knaineer't and
tLutters wincnes o incn 10
34 inch, AntiU, ViccsTulie
Scrapers Cnnduonett Itettt
American liar Iron and Tool
Steel, HuiMerV Hardware,
all kind and M)les, Hub
buck'a Paints andOiU,raw
and boiled, Small Patnt in
Oil, In laree variety. Dry
Paints Umber, cnetun.
Red, Ochre. Metallic.&a,
Wliitinc (icrman Whidriw
ait'td tiies Manila, Kop
No. 1 and a Flour, No. i .tad a Rlc,
Cruahed Sugar, China and Japan Teai,
1 It At,
KJJMlCim, lwtUI, aJatiUIUU. 4k.UUSs.lEI ,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factorr,
yaiera, tuurui, aaunon. uoDtiera,
rure uninun aptcet, Lonacnua mux,
Cocoa. SPECIALTIES :-Tba Pat
urr Krromrnr OU, HV'fOH Cfn
trifnyttl UnttitfM, 14 Inch. Jlubbvr
tipritiji nwl VtitiMM llntkti Juat at
hand. Blake Steam Putnu Valves. Pack
Inr. kc.t Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating' At Vacuum Pumps
Weston'9 Patent Centrifuges Complete,
ALSO ON CONtlGNMUMT
California Hay, 1 tar ley, Potatoes Barrels
Salntun, llains Asbesto Mutur fur Boilers
aiul Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples OaUaniied Koofing,
EW1MO Sf AOHUTEa.
(Wilcoa and Gltb'a AutOtnatic; Singer Manufacturuig
bu,...i, nnuim. naimuiin, a.a,.,,H.M j. i whmt
1 .be luunsl!
as usun Aiaciiliic., in. best assuninens
and at Itotloiit IVkcs.
New Goods b tviry arrival from Bag laud, New
York and San Francisco.
Maw Trmotloa r,U, 8.1son pawar.
Orders frooi the other Islands filled at Ileal Karet sUad
I'UR PuMTAbLK OK PkUSNBNT
I let lengths; 14 lbs to Ihe yard, juat received
ft VutttJ Attntinhtm Liverpool. Aroljr to W.
U Green, ur (. V. Matfoi Lar & Co., Agants Ut Jnof
v'oailcr Ik Co. to-t
T IIOPP Ca, 74 King street,
imfatttrt MmJ Jrfaaafnrrrr '
Xvturjr ti4MrittoB of Tmraltajsm.
To Tin Lamaa: 'rrimaiinis, Taswla, Ciaaw, SUk
Cord in.t.ry ahada lrarlof Slt reasurtad,
co.eied, tibliahed and mad eataial 10
issw, MattrcMea ivmade awl
vtcaiMd at arson
We art noted for irst-cLaw work aavd ladavritt
vCBANIC STBAMSHIP COMPANY.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The new WAWKHOUSES U its O. S. & C an
nov oieaniai.i, Mwkaitae Iwenilsvl 1m Mmp
by veeeak of llsa above Hm wall 1st tamlieil flSC ad
utaga and receiBia Uaised lur aaaaa.
Inaatrann on leKhanaiiae Alst U tke a aitaam a
owsava flak. .
Wld. 0. IRWIN A 90fin
m-ym AgastM A, i. S, Cat .