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SATURDAY, JUNE j, i88j
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neither will advertisements be a linltted into "read
ier" columns, at any price These rules will be
rigidly adhered to
Notice of any events oflnterest transpiring on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as guarantee
that the writer Is acting in good faith
or 11. i ri 111.
I istssanl the course of the post office take
Mr diclcnn Went i enlarging hi carriage
A distinctly moral iocm li A G. Iliercc
nipcir on tlic fourth ngc.
Another Intcrnling Idler from n former
editor mi) lie fonml on the first nge.
Some more or lew itiiorlanl local matter
may lie founil on the lirl ami fnurth jnges
Mr. Merger, Mr. Wray Taj lor, Mr V-unil
ky, whit ill) jon tlnnUof tin IcHctlrtitti racket?
.Mr, Aimn 1'ritl will leiil the (jnel Tein
pennce meeting al llic lktlnl Vclr, to night.
There will lie i special meeting of Algcroln
Ixxlgc, I. O. (J. I'., (hit ecning, at half past
Mr. Kinney's, thoiiglitful paper on " I'rohi
liltion" is rcinntcil from the Mailc Wreath l)
" llacksliiling" will lie Mr. Crtiran's lliemc
Siimhj morning, and "The Judgment" in the'
Kauiniknpili Church Ins citcndcd a call to
the Kev. J. Waiamau, of Knni, Hawaii, to
liccoinc Its pastor.
A statement hy Charles Caspar, rccirillne
the lllln shooting, appears in the (ivcttc of
"The bcstriiicil and ktar hcspinclul banner
of the United Stales" is the air) tribute of a
'I he iron front of the new Campbell block
Is being placed in position. 1 he sllirc begin
to look larger, now that tliewalls nrepull) lip.
The successful lifting of the huge huc by
our little marine railwa was greater proof than
tser before given of the great value ol that
The seeond male of the Caibaricn was fined
In the I'obcc Court, on 'I liursdas, last, $200,
ami sentenced to four months imprisonment,
for smuggling opium.
Where, oh! where, is the new street sweeper;
where, oh! where, is the new street sweencr.
that was promised lij the government oflicials?
Still safe on the promise shelf.
A comnhmentarv concert to Commander
Mctormick and his officers of the I'sscx was
iilasi.il by the Kojal Hawaiian llatul, from the
Ko)nl Hawaiian Mold band stand, last Mon
C aptain Ainsle), formcrlj first officer of the
Suez, re-turned to ihl iort in charge of that
cssel and accompanied lij his wife, who came
on from llngland to join him and willacconipaii)
Inm to China.
Captain and Mrs. lira) sailed for San I'ran
cisco on the Kalakana, last Iticsiht,, I'rom
the coast tlicj will proceed to lloslon, where
thej will remain aliout 1 a ear. 'I heir daughter
'I he absence of one or more of Us members
has prevented the committee in charge of the
awards made by the Kojal Hawaiian Agricul
tural Socittj from making the rcjiort promised
b) them two weeks ago
The Ssniphon) Club will gnc a concert at
the Y. M. C. A. llall next Saturday evening,
in which the will be assisted bj the Amateur
Musical Societ). I'lirlher partieiilars will be
found in advertizing columns.
'1 he king and a pari) of boon companions:
spent last Sunday afternoon and evening and
night at the royal lso-it house, in the favorite
nival minncr for which Ilawainn royalty, at
lite present writing, is so justly iimcil,
A hrgc tiartv availed themselves of the op
portunity afforded them by the cirl) sailing of
the Likcbke, which left last Momh) instead of
luesdiy, to v isit lido and the volcano. Among
those vv I111 went were the three sugar commis
sioners. King Kalakaui bis appointed the following
gentlemen 10 be mcmliers of his I'm) Council
of State: lion, Hciijiniiii 11. Austin, Hon.
Paul I'uliiuli Kanoa, Hon. Huika Kuihelani,
Hon. John lit Kaulukou, and Hun. George
A brief but striking Kem by the American
Minister Kcaitlent, illustrating an incident in
the life of the first Kamehamcha, was pub
lished In last Wednesdays Gazette. As printed,
the ninth verse, "No matter; bear me upward.
Does he falter or advance'?" seems to lack one
'the pendulum observations, conducted at
I-ihan by Mr. I- I). I'rcslon of the United
States Coast and (icexlctic hurst), uul I.ieu
tinant S. J, llrown ol the Unitenl Stales Navy,
were successful, and during the week similar
observations have, been made in this city, con
eluding last night.
flic Gazette suueiesls a benefit "send off"
fur the bind toys, on their departure for San
Trancisco, T he suggestion is one that citizens
ought vviltinglv to consider. The band is so
excellent a one, ami its leader is so deservedly
popular, that even its hiss drum ought to be
ibnnven when Honolulu bids aloha at the
whirf, late next month.
The schooner Meifoo, liclonging to Mr. I .
T. iAiiclnn, went on the reef at Nut, near
Cocoa lie id, Ust Monda) nfternnon Mr. G.
1), 1 teeth and Captain Holland did their best
to gel her olf, but were unsuccessful. The
eaigo, chiidy hunlier, was saved to Its owners
in Klu. '1 he vessel Is a wreck, and was sold
yesterday to A. Vicrra for $232.50, It cost
$2,900, and was insured for $1,000.
On Tuesday evening last, the numerous
friends of Cant. 1 Miller, of the liatk Knla
kaui, give ' a surprise party at the house
of Mrs. hack, Kiunia street. 'I he captain,
one of the youngest sk!picrs plying between
San 1 raucisco and Honolulu, has made many
friends among recent arrivals to the islands,
owing to his genii! tlisnositioii and kind treat
melit of passengers sailing in his usm.1.
The following U the programme for llic
regular Saturday afternoon conceit at l'mnri
Sijuate, commencing at 413:
Online A .Sunnier Mint "supi
Kielirl, might have been micadamizcd for
what It has probably cost to repair the same
treet from I ort to Alakca So snys a loeal
h jrscman of long residence in a f alifornlatt
count), justly celebrated for its good rmil
Mr. Amasn Pratt's miction sale at Punihoii,
last Wcdncsdav. vtas 1 creat ncec The
friends of the gcnlil professor rallied in sttfli
cient number to give him a splendid "send
off." Ihere was a long and wide range of
articles sold, from a iinling of the Italian
home of the Quaker poet, lulticr. b) Mr A
fi Kills, to the original saddle ridden bv Mark
rwaIn',sgood little Imj. Some valuable pur
chases in crocker), match safes and mlscellane
ous literature were made b) representatives of
the (iirctte and Press. One enthusiastic )oung
man, who attended the auction in the interests
of art, found himself the iosewr of five )cllow
pudding dishes much to his astonishment.
Taken all In all, it was a vet) funny auction
and every one connected therewith, is lo be
Ihcdi) school for little Chinese, held In
the basement of the Chinese Church on I ort
street gave an cxainlno cxlnbito performance
last I hurvla) morning, hojicfull) creditable to
ncail) every one concerned. The tots went to
picnic at Waikikl, )esterda), their earnest,
lionesl, enlightened guardian of mind and
morals accompnn)ing them. Their departure
was a prctt) sight, well worth the time one
spent to sec 111 a mosaic of motley, a color
study for gcniil Joseph Strong, an artistic frag
rncnl for future historical use. And it did not
matter if the thoughtless smiled, and the 'hal
low scoffed, and the unjust jeered He who
was "(rowing the job could look into his
own chivalrous soul, and find there the rccom
pcnc tint tomes so infrcqucntl) in this
nmglit) and forward world
An Invoice of new breaking plows Is being
shown 1 1) Dillingham & Co , which, unfortun
ntclv, arrived ton late for exhibition at the
ncriculttir.it show. It is claimed that these
plows arc stronger, easier handled, and of
lighter ilralt man any lieiore Introduced in the
islands, and that the peculiar conformation of
the mould board is such that the sod is more
completely inverted. Some lime since In
ipiuie's werennoc 01 a urge numocr 01 pnuicrs
regarding the plows in use; what st)lcgave llic
licst results, what delects in these were noted,
and suggestions iskcd with 1 view of remedy
ing the same. T he result is the "Dillingham
llieikcr," a sample invoice of which arrived
last )car. These plows were tested on Ha
waii, Maui, Oahu and Kauai with the most
salisfactor) results, Arrangements have now
Ik.ch made to have a slock of these plows con
stantly on hand. T hev arc made bv John
Deere, Mohne, Illinois, the " Pioneer of
vVcslcrii plow manufacturers," founder of the
largest steel plow manufactorv in the world,
ami the original manufacturer of the Molmc
unritrii or ,11 i.r tocti.s.
Whoop it up, Ixi) si
1 ourlh of July comes but once a )car.
Get tip cirl) and hear the church lulls.
Don't fail to see the Anliquesand Horribles.
Turn out anil welcome lliclxiys from the
Hang all vour wet blankets on the windward
wall and rill)!
Xcxt Wednesda) will be the I'ourtliof Jul),
and don't you forget it.
Uncle 81m exjiccts ever) American to do his
dul) next Wednesday.
The ladv Keader of the Declaration hxs been
chosen with discriminating gallantr).
There arc three hundred and sixtv fivedavs
in the )car, and one of those days is the fourth
Don't fail to sec Music Hall in the evening.
It will be decorated as it seldom or never has
1 ri.itrit ), r ir 11110.
A very successful entertainment was civen
at Court House Hall, Ililo, Saturdiv evening.
June Ifith, for the purjiosc of raising funds for
a nan ami leaning room as tne tint m a
scm-s of entertainments, it was a perfect sue
ecus in every respect It was manigcil b) the
following ladies- Mrs S. I, Coan, Miss Cora
Hilchcoek ana Miss Almc Hitchcock, there
were sixteen selections given, and each was
well rendered. It is difficult lo know where
to commence lo praise. 1 he ladles have lieen
some time prcming dresses, which displayed
great laste partlcularl) in "Salut a la I ranee"
and "Star Spangled Dinner " "Auld Lang
TVnc. in winch Mr L. I Kcnnetlv He
lighted all Mr. Terr) was the friend. In
the "Slumlier Song," Mrs. Kate Deacon and
Infant son appeared and gaiegrcat satisfaction,
a real home scene. I he child is in the cradle,
mother sines to il. lust as she has finished the
clulil drops to steep and the curtain falls A
few pupils of Miss Cora Hitchcock's school
appeared in two selections, and deserve great
There were four members of the scientific
corps from the 1 tench war vessel present
The following were those who participated
Miss Cora Hitchcock, Miss Almc Hilchcoek,
Miss I mma Clark, Miss l.uc) Wctmorc, Miss
Annie and Miss Millie Austin, Miss Helen
Severance, Mrs I.uthcr Severance, .Mrs S 1.
Coan, Mrs. II. Handing, Mrs. Kate Deacon,
Miss I lira Pihpo, Mr. J. .Nihati, Hon I
N'awihl, Messrs. 11. Hardinf, J A. Heck
with, Terr), Charles II V Hitchcock,
A. II t-otbcnslcin, C. C Kenned), Levi
I.) nun and the following children I.lllc)
llnp-11, Henry and Kddic (lapai, Annie,
I.oulsa and Pauline Uosc, Maurice Kittrcdge,
I.iupal Hapai, 1 phriam Austin, Alice Arnold,
Kobcit Wilhelm and J. Like.
I he hall was altractivelv decorated, and the
stage handsomelv set. T he entertainment of
" Old Songs and Old lectures " was according
to the following ,
Hawaii Ponoi, llutlcrllics, Popping Corn,
The Hoy and the Cuckoo, Auld I.ing Sync,
Coming Through the Uvc, Slumber Song,
Days When I was Young, Teaching Public
School, Salut a li 1 ranee, The I.one Ush
Hall, Old Kohin Grey, bright Alfuati, Ditf
Wacht nm Khcin, hat arc the Wild Waves
Sa)ing, Star Spangled Ilanncr. J. A. M.
Ililo, June 20, 1SS3.
Tin: itimnwitnr.it iom'iihth.
It was rather daring of Mr. and Mrs. Ilciin
burger to be-gln here a scries of piano recitals,
unassisted by other instrument o'r li) voices,
and it was rputc as daring for the average
music lover to go and hear them. Hut it seems
to be the verdict of those who know good
music when the) hear it that thc Ilcimburgcrs
have so far given the public music of the high
est class in the most thornughl) artistic form.
v ct, in aiming so high, these two most accept
able pianists have missed the popularity which
less iiiuicuu inn more vancti programmes
might have secured them. Whether the con
tingency of a doubtful support was worth the
necessary sacrifice, of high art is properly de
batable only between themselves; and their
business agent. At .an) rate, Jhe) have chosen
not to make their concerts jiopular, in the
popular sense, and the musically cvllivatcd
among their patrons are probably very glad
The concert givch last Tuesday evening was
certainly not classical. beelhoven was the
only name of the first rank represented on the
programme. Hut Schumann. Chopin and
Liszt are nniong the best names of second
rank composers, anil in that rank lxith Gotts
chalk and Mr. llcimburgcr have fairlv won
places, the former during his life, being quite
is deserved famous for his composition as for
his nliv inc. Certainlv the nrocriinnic was
not 1 "popular" one. It wis fir too good.
As 1 simple of the music given, as a bit of
local music record, it is printed entire.
st I'M UK an itr ilti'Milit.
.11J 7rm,3 Mil.
IIVVVAIIVS Jl'RV (eRIMIstAt C VSM).
The king s Kauhanc, assault and batter
1 he king vs. lona, cmnczicmeni. j,
Kaiilukmi for defendant.
The king vs. Joseph Woodward, hi
The king vs. Kikans, polygamy
ramus jury (chimin M cash).
The king vs. Nun Iick, cmlictzlcincnt.
The king v. Uolwrt Grieve and A. P.
1 he king vs. 1 nomas (j. Thium, libel.
The king vs. I rancisco Tcrrcvii, rape.
1 he kin? vs. 1 nay Ong, house breaking.
The king vs Konui Lam, opium in imsses
IOI.I K.N Jt R (C.IWI CAtJSFS).
t cell llrown (administrator estate Kaaimanu)
vs. C. It. Iliehop ,. Co , assumpit. Cecil
llrown In person, Smith & Thurston for de
fense. Alain (abas Aiona) vs. . Manhop, as
summit. I. M. Monsirrat for plaintiff.
li. I, I 1 tell vs. !.(,. 1 Ilium, trespass on
the case (damage laid at $10,000). Itusscll
and Hatch for plaintiff, S. II. Dole for de
fendant, II llackfcld Co. ct al vs. U. A. Macfic,
breach of covenant. I". I'rcslon, and Smith cV
I hutston for plalnllffsf I M, I latch for de
fendant. Chen lie Num vs. l.y Sin Mni, assumpsit.
I M. Hatch for iisaintifl, W. It. t isllc ror
A. Marquis vs. Ah In, ejectment. S. II.
Dole for plaintiff, I . M. Hatch for defendant.
Manuel Siberia Pericra vs. Ah Hlng Wong
Quing, ejectment. V, K, Castle for jilaintlfl.
J, I, Dowsctl vs. J. It. Silva, assumpsit. I.
Preston for plaintiff.
Mlrlecs, TnilS. Watson vs. II, llackfcld .N.
Co , assumpsit. I'. Preston lor plaintiffs, K.
I' Ilickerton for defendants.
IIWV MIAN JUR (tlVII CAUSIS).
M. Mahuka a minor, by his guardian A.
Itosavs. S. K. K'aal and II. II. Until Kcclb
kolam, action of debt on proline tiond. I!.
Preston for plainlifT, T. M. Hatch for defend
ants. D. K. Mnhu vs. M. Kalawa, assumpsit.
J. I.. Kaulukou for plaintiff.
I". W. Malaihi vs. Junius Kaac, ejectment.
I'. I'rcslon for plaintiff.
Kiniuhclc a minor, by his next friend Avva
vs. Kihatchiu, ejectment. Smith & Thurston
for plaintiff. .
Kini (vv) vs. Napua, ejectment. 1. Preston
John Richardson vs. J. U. Kawamui and
Il W. Kawainui, action on the case, damages
laid at $5,000 Russell and Preston for plain
tiff, S. II. Dole for defendant.
Last 1 hurvlay morning, nlwut a quarter he
fore three o'clock, a fire broke out in the
grocery and feed store of C I Wolfe, on
King street, a few doors cast of 1 1 nil s corner.
The fire might easily have I wen extinguished
b) a single bucket of water if that single bucket
had been instantly forthcoming As il was
notj the fire was furl) under wi) lieforc n
sufficient stream (o supp ) the engine wa ob
tainable from the hydrant The lire spread
rapidly, on the cast (o the home of Major C.
T. Gulick, on the west to Mr. I' I . Rovve's
paint shoo and Mr. Lettish Way's carpenter
shop, and in the rear to a collage owned by
Mr, Andrews and Iwo other smill cottage,
one occupied by natives and one by Mr L
Marchant All these buildings were burned to
the ground in somen liat less than an hour from
the tunc of starling. I he loss falls heaviest on
Mr. Way, who was not insured, as were nol
Mr. Andrews, Mr, Marchant and Mr. Itowe
Mnior Gulick was insured lor $J.WO, and Mr.
Wolfe for $2,000 During the fire the various
companies of firemen tinder thcir'chlef .and his
assistants did all that mlidit be done A de
tachment of men from the Lsc and a file of
soldiers from the army barraeks and some ex
San I rnnclsco firemen now at work in the
Honolulu Iron Works fought the lire system
atically and to sonic purpose. I orlunilcl) the
wind was not high. If it had been thete was
nothing to prevent the fire sweeping down lo
What tnmc near lieing a destructive lire was
started on the premise of Mr. W, L. Green
on Nuuanii street. I he fire spread from a
rubbish pile, and at one time threatened the
slablc and other buildings, but was.fortunately
subdued in time.
OURTH OF JULY.
tun rtutmitn iii rr
Thft Exorclnod of tkelDnjrt
Salute at unrl fUteen ftun
Kinging cl Chlirth Hell.
Parage of Antnittei and HomMetat J A w
f Iff RR I XrKUStS
i llan-aitin Hotel ground at to a M
Oiwninff I'ffljer .K. (Iorae Waltare
LtWtrt Star pangleil lUnnr
Rvadmii of Declaration of lnilTniUnct
Mr. K R. Hendry
Rally Round the Ha
M ! Ruth, Snreeon, V X
Ir Red, Vhiteand 1 hie
A Card of Thank.
Mr and Mr. Oiar! I (ntick would eprtw their
sincere thinlc) and grititude to nil who o Reneniu!)
R;Uted In aInj( their furniture nnd their fropert)
from their hurrting home on the morning of the 38th In
tant, and can Imt a that the nntural rcifret and or
rnw tlir feel fur the detritctton of llicir homestead i
I not a little relieved li the evidence ghen on tint oc
ciMon of the heart y friendship and Rntxl feet inn of
their friend nnd fellow cittem
CIIUUIS I. -JlMItK,
S A (.Ul ILK.
Honolulu, June 79, t83j 18
ML m ho tin KxractF
Tho Roynl Hawnllnn Bnnd
Hill MA PATRIOTIC Aia.
ttute nt Snnel
Ihirtv eight gun
N'.st iU,r in ILclM.I A (Ye'l
lloluli, II I ,
Champion CurrURfi Bnlliler
Of die Hawaiian Idan.ls. All itnils of K?painn4 snd
VV hf el maVinit etreulril on the mot scientific prtn
ctples At this estallitlimenl horses are
In the tllieltmith. department all Motlt will I turned
cmt tn trie future, u in tnepft, ii nrt-tia
We do not confute our attention lo Carriage and Itugg)
making excludvet) Order for an kind of a
wheeleilehiclerecelvel and promptly eeiuted
Our Uiiual Sunly of re(iilrfment for the rTnde
Order, from the other Iiland) wttl receive our at
tendon 105 m
pACiriC RUBDER PAINT,
MIXII) Kt ll rOR U"sF.J
av osr cvn Arnv it.
Uso tho -Pnolflr Rubbar Psvlat,
DfirnU, Gbtij and FttnttnhAl.
ham t acti r oxeir y
WHITTIER, rUiLLE,RI CO
the ininortins hoties of llonoluld
Ami ror sale li th
Put lip In s.
Kcmcmber thai the exercises will be held at
the groundsof the Hawaiian Hotel nt lo A. M.,
and will cndm time for all who wish to enjoy
an afternoon picnic.
IUUj.1 (.J..I Nkhl
Sclittoii I lie lAMuUmlUn
Wallf Iinuuitcllcit, (ue)
Marti, 1 aiuiliaiicr, tiiw)
hclctaioil Y oUnlhv, (n)
Auestra concert will le given on Rlondav
evening, July and, at the Hawaiian Hotel,
steamer allow ing.
A euncspondeiu sy: "lliere Is consider
able cotumciit as to the energy of the Kmploy
menl Iliucau of tnc Y. il. C. A. i he gentle
men composing that committee do all in their
ixiwer to obtain situations for applicants, but
have not near enough situations lo supply the
demand, and if the public in general, upon
wanting wo;W of miv kind, maU' their wants
known to the employment bureau, it would
Iheit be mueh easier for the committee to fullill
'1 lie latticed structure which cover the arte
sUn well at Mrs. Ward's Old 1'Untation is an
ornament to King street. Yvhsnilself covered
with a coat of paint or a nunllc of climbing
gieen it will be Mill more so. The daielle,
11 noting the blessing this one well has been lo
man and bs-ast, most pertinently suggests the
placing of a watering tiough at southeast come r
of ! and Queen sU'-ets vvruch suggestion
might lie exleneleel tolulfadoien oilier cor
ners in town, as well as to vaiious places along
the roads leading out of town.
"The so-called good load woiV. now attract
!,!,. aii.'iiilon in Honolulu has lust this in its
lisor. Il j U""" tinpioseniciit on what lias
t-cen the coiiuition in tne town, out
The committee of arrangements have ruled
that wines and tumors will not be admitted to
Music Hall nest Wednesdayjnight awelcome
assurance to all lovers of decorum.
1 he Orator of the Hay for.ncst Wcdnesdav
will be I)r. M. I.. Ruth of the Lscx. One of
the handsomest, one- of the brightest, one of
the most popular, one ot tlic mol modest, one
of the most American men in the United
Statc navy, I)r. Ktitlivvill undoubtedly give
iii a good speech.
nil. 01 1 11 c.
nmlerrrl wc, .rr from home ;
W e cannot calch the statel) dome
Of freeiloin s capital, afar
V ct, through the cloud that rift ajar,
V here freettum s sun is 4reatmn throuf;h,
Moats the "red, white and blue
O s)tn1iol of the truth! the stor)
ui irceuoin a snanie, 01 ireeilom s Jiory
la writ uKn thy Starr) 6eld
As ihoukh it were a printed jage,
e see the war bird grap his fchicuj,
VV e quiver w nil the aohlier'a rage ; ,
And, in the hush of fields that sleep,
We feel the ram of mere) weep
1 trst Hag of empire, consecrate,
II ttanie and blood, and loe and hate,
Unto this truth. " Man male the state '
Itcneath lh folds a million lings,
I!) Iilur throned, by wrlue crowned,
Are gathered where the and rings,
Are gathered where the lualU resound,
Kings of their fellows; Uns lwenuse
ttod aided man to build the laws
that male their u-uil won lingshtp fiee,
1 rom sea lo mto.
THE 1IAA lKO(.Rtt.
'1 here was a full, harmunious and enthustas'
tic attendance at the meeting of the I ourlh of
lulyMcommittcCi at the Hawaiian Hotel last
Thursday evening. 'I he finance committee
reported $1,036 pledged, and many probable
subscribers not yet called upon. Various olhcr
sub committees reK)rtetl, and the following
programme was outlined:
balutcs will lie fired as follows, under the
direction of Cover nor Dominis: in the morn
inir, thirteen, nt noon thirlv cicht and at niulil
thirteen guns. '1 he church bells will be rung
at daylight, and shortlv thereafter the antique
horribles and the horrible antiques will make
morning liicturesriuclt hideous with noise and
nonsense. At 10 A. M., the literary exercises
will be-giti at the Hawaiian Hotel, the Ameri
can Minister Hcsidcnt presiding. Mrs. i:. K.
Ileiuiry will 11 ail llic Dccl nation ol Independ
ence. Dr. .M. I.. Kuthof tlic Lsscx will de
liver the oration. 'IhclhreetlistiucliveAmeri
canairs will be sunj; by the audience led by a
choir of picked voices. 'I he Kev. George
Wallace will open with prayer. There will be
lemonade for the small children, and a rousing
welcome for all. 'I hen the mllicrine will un
gather itself and go home, or elsewhere, to the
n,i,ii,iiii,; ueuiw to 111 uie- essential pieiKira
tory rest for a night of dancing. In the even
ing, there may lie a display of rockets and
blue lights, and there may not. At nine o'clock
the ball will lie opened at Music Hall. A long
and attractive programme has lis en prepared
with "lots of square dance-s, old Imy." All
who contribute to llic general expenses of the
day will be given each n ticket to the ball.
Imitations will bo sent lo nlhcials, diplomat
ollicers in pott, and a few distinguished civil
Ian visitors. And "we'll not no home till
morning." A supper will be served in the
rcfieshmcnt rooms of the halt. Wines and
liquors will not be allowed vvithinlhc building,
if posihlc. I he programme is a good one.
II til fit ll.tSTK.
lUiUOR SA,IUkU I'Ri-ss Sir Tor the
ast month, eilUensof Honolulu, by mder of
I he superintendent of the watci supply , hav e
been ileprivesl tr the privilege of irrigation.
As a natural consequence, vegetation and
growth of all kinds has greatly suffered, ami
at present lite lawns, llowersand much else
that is beautiful and healthful in and about
Honolulu, arc in a deplorable condition for
want of water. All this time, many vessels
have used water from the cil) suiuilv to wash
do An their decks, while wc must see our
gardens and plants die Tor want of water.
1 111-, should not be, ami requires an explan
ation from the superintendent of the water
supply. With salt water so near, il is a "Kit
uuU for the steamers to wash down with that
water, vvhieli we depend on for vvliat wc
drink, and for use in case of lire, and which is
at present In such a critical condition of supply .
Second Khapsod) .
Mr. 1 letmbiirgcr
Sonata, Allegro, op 53 ,
ltalladina, (Capnce VV ah j) . I
Nocturne, op. 9, No 3.
I selling bong . , I
,V ilhant I cli .
Variations for Two 1'ianos ..
Mr and Mrs. Ueimburger
runeral Slarch, lllercctisel . , .
twelfth Uhausod) . ....
two Waltzes, op 70, (t-ant-me Impromptu)
Duo I a Galhna . Gottschall
Mr and Mrs. Ueimburger.
This evening a farewell concert will be given,
which will have popular and patriotic features
as well for foreigners for Hawaiian.
'mi: iNr.v kii intriow
The I'UnUrx' Association of Ililo district
nut at Onoiuca, on the 191I1. President 1 U,
Hitchcock, of I'apaikou, was in the chair.
The mailer discussed was taxes. It is reported
that the same assessor with whom so iiunt
taxpayers had difficult) vvill act again this
year. Nest meeting of hc society willlscat
vYaiakcM, in bepteuilier next,
The larvls patent furnace is bcinc Intro
ducesl in several island plantations. VYalkapu
i... i...ti vitensUrle- and siastcfullv.
uianyi)lic fully Ivselve inches of roek have and Vailuku, .Maui, hav e dee ided to cinpluy
Uhi wasted. Hotel street, from Mauiakea o thetu, as has Kapaa, Kauai.
The secretary of the Hawaiian Commission
for the lloston Inhibition returned to Hono
lulu last Saturday, after a trip through Hawaii.
He has lieen very kindly received by alt the
planters and mill owners on that island, who
cordially entered into the idea of being repre
sented at boston, and promised to forward
cither to the government or to the Planters'
Lalior and Supply Company samples of their
sugar, soils, molasses and cane.
With reference to the cane to be forwarded
to lloston. Secretary lSuckland suggests to ex
hibitors that it can be preserved sweet for six
or even twelve months, by"applying to coat,
ings of tar and liagging alternately; these would,
of course, be removed before the exhibition
In addition lo the suqar exhibit, there will
be forwarded from Hawaii many of our forest
woods, some roots, herbs and mosses, that arc
used medicinally by the natives, or are know 11
lo ixisscss poisonous properties some bcine
antidotes toother poisons; also specimens of the
pulu used commercially, as it grows on the
fern ; samples of tobacco, cotton, castor oil
Mr. Ituckland made a circuit of the whole
island, starting from Mahukona and finishing
in Nona. In all tnc districts, lie was enabled
to inspect the- mills and plantations, obtaining
many vattiaoie statistics ior use at 111c exiitoi
lion ; of the cane crops, he speaks most highly
of those nt lsukuihaele, Ililo and Kau districts,
where more attention seems to be paid tons
cultivation. He has also lieen careful to note
what iiarls of that island 11111:111 be utilized for
other purKises, such as growing coffee, cocoa,
rice, etc., tlic best locality tor stock raising,
for sheep and cattle, the nature of the- soil, the
landings on that rugged coast, particulars of
which vvill be forwarded to the government in
his official rc'Kiit.
With reference to the lloston exhibition, it
is necessary to correct an impression that ap
pears to exist among intending exhibitors con
ceining the cost of transportation of the exhib
its; such expenses will be liorne by the govern
ment. 'there ought to lie some of the works from
our local artists, especially of Hawaiian
scenery; also a good collection of photographs
of ibe islands and their native inhabitants. It
is necessity that all exhibits should lie ill the
hands of the government not later than the
20th of luly, with full information concerning
each exhibit, for compilation in the official
CltVKl.TV JO .I.Vi M.1..S'.
l.Dl tor SATUKUAV I'Rtss Air I Hone
llic matter of the organization of a society for
the suppression of cruelty tn animals vvill be
agitateel until it results in something tangible
and practical for that obiect. Surelv if such a
society was ever i.ectleu at any lime, in any
place, now Is llic time, and Here llic place. I
will recite an incident in point 1 A lew days
since, on runaliou stieel, my attention was at
traded bv the cracking of a whin and the bleat
ing of a calf, and, 011 looking, I saw a man m
a wagon, with a long ro)ie aioum! the neck of
a iioor calf but a few days or weeks old, and
behind, another man on horseback, with a huge
bullock whip, which he was cracking aliout the
body and legs of the calf to hurry il on to the
speed of the fellow In llic wagon. Ihc calf
was running on to the best of its ability, but
that did not prevent the fellow with the whip
Hying to hurry it faster 1 cxiveclcd every 1110
nu in to see llic pesor anliral fall from exhaus
lion, and If it did at last, il was prolubly
dragged by I he neck to its destination. II
there bad been an organisation through which
the human brute could have been prosecuted,
I would have followed thein up until 1 could
have learned their names, if it lead taken hours
of time and utiles of travel, lly all means let
Us have a society in llouolalu fur the punish,
ment of cruelly to animals. IlUMAMT.ss.
An application Is now before the Hawaiian
Privy Council, for a charter lo the Waikapu
Sugar Company, at a capital valuation of
$250,000. When incorporated, the slock will
not be placed on the market, but will be held
by the present owners of the Waikapu planta
tion, Messrs. C. W, Macfithine Co. anil
W, II. Cornwell.
Wahinchclcpapa, ct at vs. W. I.. Wilcox,
ejectment. I. M. I latch for plaintiff, vs. I..
Wilcdx in person.
Mahuknliihi and I.uukia his moljjer vs. Ili
kaalani Ilobron ct al., ejectment. W. K.
Castle for plainlills, K. I", Ilickerton for de
fendants. Allen &. Hobinson vs. J. Kauai, assumpsit.
I". M. Hatch for plainlilfs.
Anna Jacobs vs. II. Campbell, damages laid
at $2,000 J. L. Kaulukou for plaint!!), It. I'.
Ilickerton for defendant.
Kale Aliioin vs. Ahi and Kannb, ejectment.
W. U. Castle for plaintiff.
Kcaloha II. Kalaelno ct al vs. T Alo, as
sumpsit S. II. Dole for plaintiff.
John Richardson vs. Koliert Grieve and
A. T. Atkinson. Itusscll and Preston for
plaintiff, Smith X. Thurston for defendants.
II. llackfcld & Co , assignees, etc., vs. Ing
Choi ct nl. H. I". Ilickerton for plaintiffs, w.
K. Castle for defendant.
Kapela ct al. vs. Hoohoku, assumpsit. 1".
I'rcslon for plaintifl, 1. Nawahi for defendant.
In prool ol will ol I'uliaikala deceased. Ex
ceptions to the ruling of Austin T. on the trial.
I .-M. ttatcli lor petitioners, 1.. i'rcslon lor
Chilian iV Co. vs. Pnnccvillc Plantation.
Appeal from tlecision of McCullv I. Smith o-
Thurston for plaintiffs, 1'. M. Hatch ford
Y. Alan vs. W C. Parke. Exceptions to
ruling of Austin J. W. H. Castle for plain
tiff, II. Preston for defendant.
Kilauca Sugar Co. vs. H. A. Macfie. Appeal
from decision of Judd C. J., sitting in chan
cery. Smith & 1 hurstnn for plaintiffs, i M.
Hatch for defendant.
The I lavs anan ltell Telephone Co. vs. The
Oriental Hell Telephone Co. Appeal from
tlecision of Judd C. J., in chandlers. Preston
and Hatch for plaintiffs, Smith S. Thurston for
1'. Kckoa vs. Mr. anil Mrs. Borden. Appeal
from circuit court, third judicial district. iZ.
Kckoa in person, Smith X. Thurston for defendants.
Maikai ct al. vs. A. Hastings et al. Appeal
from commissioners of private ways and water
right, riainlilt in person, 1 . M. Match lor
Tho Holmbortter Concert.
The Ilennberger concerts, linmbtalabl) the liesl eser
given In Honolulu, will be concluded thit n tiling b) a
farewell mmicale at the hall if the oung Mens
ChrUtian Association, oil Hotel street Hiis concert
will nol onl Contain n fair roiwrtion of scserel) clswi
cal music, but will base nlw sesernl oflle beller
known and always popular national and world famous
pieces, Including Hie I asl Hose of summer, Had Co
lumbia, VanVre Djodle, lhe Mar Spangled Ilanncr,
and the Hawaiian National Anthem 1 hi last piece
has been transcribed, with vanstions, epcdall) for
this performance All losers of good music, as well as
all good and losal llawailans, ought to hear this piece,
which, in the language of the poet, "will alone Iw
worth the price of admission As this will le lhe last
tciformance which the Heimberger's will gise, ihere
ought to be a scr full attendance Reversed seats mij
be had nt I scan A Johnsons without additional
charge ; an I there can be no reasonable excuse for less
than a full attendance, llS It
A Ornnil Bnll'nt Honolulu Music Hall
win tirnis at 9 r M
III! HAM. Will 111. I.AISIII.VI1IC0RUH)
All American residents and friends of the United
Stales of America, whrwhave nol been called upon to
sulisrril, can liase an uiportunity of so doing by ap
1 1) ing to J. I-. VV Iseman, at his olfice, and all ho de
Mre to attend the American I all in the evening al Music
Hall will np 1) tnlhe llall Committee without delay.
I.R Morrii I , Chairman.
is, is. I.A
.A I NT.
1. SlMONtON, Jr 1
M UM fit,
K S Smith,
J l WUFMAN
NOI1CK 10 MOCKIIOl 1)1 RS Hiere will be
Lit nl1 nt ill rilTirt! off!- Itretter Jc Lomtiant.
on SiuUlA, June io, i83j. ftiin.deml of $4 per
nhire on C Hrewer A. Lomaiiy j locl, n JnUleiul of
$3 per Miare on Haw .1 Ian Afcnciiiiurai company hock,
fttkl n divitletul of 10 cent. ir i.haro on 1'a iIcli Sncar
LompAii Mock. L. IIKI.Wm LOMPANV.
I hr will le A meetlnz of the stock'
hoKleM of C. HH1-W1-R & LOMPAN, t
llieirofTite, on 1 UKII , July 7, tBH,. at to A
t43 ?t J. O LAKIKK. Secretir)
in . 1, H ami Jf srnllon ram
ana 1 it ami 1 ir tin
It will tint rAtl. tttl or tntnl II 1 ma le of tfi
lvt anj tmrest mnterlil I'umeer White 1 eal. Otlcle
of iw, pwe I lneel Oil ami genuine rol w cnmbineJ
wnn a strnnK oiuuoti 01 tne .( inuia Kuooer
Plnnoor Whito Lntl.
intee tfiU Lead to 1e x strict
re CarNmiie of IamI, Rrontwl In pure
Wow pipe tet
We guarantee tnU I .end to 1 a strictly i'f Atfi(Jif
fre Lartumiie ot latt, Rrouml tn pure r-linil I ineetl
)il, ami it U oltl MiViject to chemical ana1f U ami the
CEAN1C STEAMSHIP COMPANY
10U SN TKANCISCO
Ilie M-ignilicent New Iron Steani&lnp
Utlccca!). Naihtnn; Kipa Kckipi ;. Kala;
Ah loo s. Nahaltanu; V. MasoiT s. Am
Kapule; Asis. Kinkini; Mary K. Mcpherson
s. T. G. McriicrMjn: Caroline .Mitchell s.
James Mitchell; I.cptka s. Moso K01 and
M-imtka; I). Kaulu s. Kalawela; Anc ha
chaho s. V. llrown; Miawe . Kinnka;
Kaui s. Main; Mata s. Kapchc; Kalci s.
Kahaulclio; Maikai s. John Knpua; Kco Kc
kaha . Kaviluhmano; MlIc Vinautn . Pi
lo tub. llosoilit Pbiiuc: At the annual meet
Ins of the Itoard of Representntic of the Honolulu
tire Department, held on the 7th inM-int, the subject of
bonfires itnl in.h hurnui on pmitt propcrtj, within
or near the cil) lmui, un disciKJ from n fireman
-statKlpomt, inJ, in might hae Iwen exccted, it callttl
forth vime rithcr Inrsli conunenti on tho-.; who Inve,
during the p&t car, cither through thoUKhtlesnei or
indifTerrnce, lieen the cnue of uele eiTon ami lo.n of
time of the department nnd wear and leir or it apjw
ntus, bj Isindhnj; lionfirei without notice, and select
I112, it would ecm, intenlionill), the tlmej"when thej
uouhl ciut-e the most nhrm nnl unnecet.arj worV. and
It a finally decided to authorize ilie Chief I nginecr
U) iniVc a public appe-d to the property holder nnd
resident of the cit Beit'b requesting them to in
term either the Fire Martial or hiinelf a reasonable
lime leforehand of the exact tn le and place of any 111
tended bonfire or tmli burning iti aider th,at faUt
llarnn from these cauvw lw preented
borne of our cttlcn li ive atwis Itren coiHidemte in
the matter and given due notice i nlwcreo,uested,but
the custom li by no meamgenerd
ThiH appeal is made with 1 degree of diffidence, ns
the members of the dep-irtment remember with p'eaMire
and gratitude that they a a body have leeii de dl j,en
crouly with in the past by the good ieopleof this cit),
nnd they hoje to merit a like consideration m lhe future;
at the same lime they entertain a measure of confi.
dence tlmt the reaonal lenew ot their request will l
admiited, and a hcait) comphince therewith given
W e hae at present, in round numbtrs, three hundred
active memliers, a large inijonly of whom depend for
their livelihood of their families and thermelte on
daily wages; and while they do not he! tale lo pend
their time and strength, or rL life and limb, for tfie
benefit of their fellow cmrens when octaIon may re
quire h, ct there is nothing more disheartening and
destructive of discipline and 1 lomj litude In the indi
vidual (ire men themselves, and annoying to their em
ployer!., than to find, after a I n- und fatijtumit run
with hcav a paratus thur ertoris and lime have lccti
thrown awa in consctiuence . f 1 lur.!.-. ami wanton
lcr order of lhe Hoard
Clnef I ngineer 11 J. Ucpartment
Honolulu, June 14, 1683. 146 4W
Com ma ml er
is ihf at run rosT
Oil or About Julyvtt6th,
PNTKRPRISE PLANING MILU
i; IttRrSrRFRTt HnMnft Llt II I,
C. J. Hardy and II. P. Bertelmann,
CONTRACTORS nd BUILDERS.
PUninfl:, Shaping, Turning
Band and.Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
AUays on hind
All order filled on ihort not ice, and Jobbing prompt I
attended to Moulding made lo any pattern without
extra charge for knives Price of Machine work,
$1 00 to St v per hour 10-qr
ftl'IONHJt ttlliri I I AIM manufactured in Un
tranclstti, arrives here fresh and can be ollained
romtljr ami Injjuanties al wanted lit frtihneu I
economical, in th-vt the od In whkh It Is ground U not
imaVrd Into Ibe wood of the packsges, and conseuently
the formation of "skins Is avoided
lhe I'lOSMK Willi I II, Ml U r uhtett
finer grouml than any c iher In this market, hat superior
"body or covering j rotties,and it without an equaL
It Is put up In j$ Tt, 50-IT, tttiand t5lti kegs! In
tJS lb ami 93 lb tin pails, ami In mnall tins from 1 lb t
A full ftuipt) i constantly left In stock by the
w hotesate houses In HONOLULU, to whom we cordl
ally recommend intending pun.hacr
mam rtt mi him n
WIUTTIEU rULLER ft CO..
Corrodersof White lad and Manufacturer of Mliei
I'lints, Color, arnUhes, ami mc W hite.
And importers of I rench and Medium HinlowGU,
SS HtNClscO, U S A.
ANI WILI tl.
For Sau Franclaco About Angust 2d.
IHssage in this migmficent steimsliip may be
cured in advince hy nppl)ing to
148 Wm. i 1RW IN Co , Agent
IIANAI I I, KAUAI.
1 im instructed by Mesm K 1. 1 enebin, I q , anl
l,oo , cauk, I-s , a,vtinces of the esiate of 1 ee
Chat, I inkru) t, to utTer at public itictlon
Monday July 0, 1883,
At ta o'clock. M , at my salesroom.
The lise of the Kailitiwii Rice Thntatton at Hina
lei, omsi-stiii of
Thirty Acroa of Rich Rioe Land,
riioroughly well watered by Jihe W'aioli Klver, at a
rental vf $jjo per annum, pi) able 111 adwncc.
on June it4 of each year, the tent now
bem,; paid up to June 1, 1684
CONTKACIOR and MJIMHW,
STEAM PLAXiXO MILi.S,
Manufacture alt kinds of
and Doors ;
and all kinds or wood-work finish.
Turning, oroll, and band lawing.
All LlnJs of Planing arul Sjtsins,
Morlisinu, arul leu
Orders from the other Island solicited.
Hit. Icise cxpres Januars l, l33$
articles will lwisohl uilh the land, si.
.1 tin mm: of'iti:si,KVT.
On Tuesihy morning last, the iiicmlwrs of
tlic oar met lor llic purpose ol pa) ing an ap
propriate tribute to tlic memory of the late
chief clerk of the supreme court, Mr. John L
llarnaril. Among those present sserci S. It.
Dole, Kilssan! I'reston, V. K. Caslle, V. O.
bmttli, Austin Vluting, Lornn Thurston, 1'.
M. Hatch, Antone Hosa, J, M. Pocixie, J. L.
K-tuluUou, John Russell, V. S, Mahclona, G.
I Hipo, . A. isalnku, J. M. Alonsarratt,
Associate Justice Austin, Marshal I'arkc,
Denuts Marslnl Daslun, ami sestral pirsons
in no ssa) cunmctcii ssiin tnc court.
'Die meeting was called to order l) Mr. V,
K. Castle,' am! Mr. i'reston called to tlic chair.
'lhe uiLLtiiiLssas oneiiLil hv Mr. Y. O. Smith.
ssho introduced llic risohilions. ssliich ssere
u faced li) some luief rimarUs luIogUtic of
lite cliaractir ol the deceased as an lionoraiiic.
t (licit m and patnst.il.ing officer ; and one in
sstiosc conduct, couiteousncss ot innasior IO'
ssards nil ssith whom he came in contact, was
a lies i r failing characteristic. Messrs. Hole,
llttcli, .Malieiona ami rtanaku also tiase ex
piession to tliiir pleasant memories of the
lectasesi. Uriel addresses s ire also made ny
Judge Austin and Mr. I'reston, the latter of
whom gave a succinct resume 01 esents con
nected with Mr, I laniard's connect ion with the
court. Mr. Castle spoke at some length of
Mr. llarnird's rare and estimable qualities as a
clerk, nnd the feeling of respect and esteem
entertained towards him while lis ing hy all
Ihose whose business brought them into con
tact with him. In regard to his uprightness
and intcgrit) as a trie-si and trusted officer, he
said that the fact, bright in itself, shone all the
biighler b) comjiarison, and when we were
reading b) iscr) foreign mail that reached us
of instances of official malfeasance, and ssere
not without our own reminders at home of the
lendcnc) that waj, wc weie Ktlcr able to ap
pirciate that distinguishing ntegnty anil recti
tude for ssliich he lad mi long been known.
1 ollossmg ate the resolutions as passed;
Harness, It ha leacd Alimsht) f,od, ,i His tiro
suleiice, to rcniosc John !-M lUnurd, li , Ihc latt
Ckik or Hit tuixsmc court, a Dun ssh4 vsa known lo
all for hi uifuht anj hoiwraolc character, ssho has
Loosed hloiK-lf a inou faithful and couiteou ullic
uAer, ihcrtforc, t It
Roolscdi lliat the lerrruie court, In the death of
Mr llarnaril, has M one of iu nio( trusted and salu
Kesolsed, that lhe tsar feelt thai In the death it the
late clerk of the court each mciuUer thcreus has lost
IwrsoiiaJ friend, on sshont !t ssu a neser faihni; picas
ur lo meet, one sslussc conduct of anorTscc svhcrcln
there is frciLent uecassun for difference of opinion, has
heen such as to secure fve him ouly atroWiloji, res
pect and cslccut.
Reaolscd, lhauthe court and bar do hereby leisder to
,! MtMHHS, HM.VW MUM I.HIHr V ..Ml M. !-, UtU
sincere-4 )uipatt )r !n the great bercasement sshlcls has
cuuic upon incm.
Restvlscd, lliat the esMilt, bar and otncersuf the court
do shear a bade of ruourrunx in the button hobl lor
thirls da) s m a inar-L of respevl for the deceased.
It was also oulued llul the) be engrossol
and presented lo the supreme court on the
second day of Jul), licit Monday, with the
request that ihc) be spread upon the records.
Messrs. K. I'reston and S. V. Mnhuloia were
sppointcsl as a comimitcc un engrossment and
There was a sail death by dtossning at Ililo,
on the loth instant. A child of William Todd,
who had got into a lulh tub, wa missed and
found dc.ul. The tub was three f4 deep,
onh raised alios e the floor a few inches. The
child was alxHit fourteen months old.
Indies and Gentlemen visions Sin trmici-.co ssill
find vers desirable I urimhed Rooms I u Suit runt Sin
gle at No. 137 Montgomerj bl , Corner Rush. Mrs.
1. Hones, formerls of Honolulu
A Successful House! A Successful llou-e! A sink.
lag instance of success In a Retail I)r Goods' s,a It
afforded b) the Iadinc Mihncrs House of Cliarles J
llshel.conier rorl and Hotel streets The I roptietor
Mr. (tshe! has acquired the art of holding custom An)
Dry Goods lloue can, b) freel) adsertuing, drass cut
toniers, once or tss!ce; but 10 hold them, nsd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the eerc.U of lact and liberiilit).
(Joosls inustlx marked dovsn and sold for ssliat lhe)
are: neser misrepresent an) article, lliat is the soliC)
of Charles J. ! ihcl, and that polic) lias made the firm
one of the greatest In Its line, or. the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. 'lhe leading .Milliners Store of
Charles J, Hschel, Is lu Honolulu s, hat Mac) s Isto
Ne York. Charles J, ruhelnuknafpecull) ot Mil
liners, . t4T 1 he slore is one of the sights of the cits
1 iglil head orkltig Osen,
One Storehouse, almol nest;
One Drsuii; Hoard, about joxso
luii.tor) Wooden Iluilding, about 23XS.o-shinglc
One OsAhoiie and fi stlires,
One three room llss citing house.
Single I uitovv 1'loss,
About Imo dozen ItaNkels,
One Grindstone, etc.
I Ins PlaAianon was purchased from rh,k lal Jt Co.,
of Hanalel, I ) 1 ee Lliat dc Chung laxk for $3 446.31,
On Noscmbcr 15, iBSo, and lie present sate otters an
cacepltoual 01 portunir) to make an rulsantageous in
sestineiu In a sscll lujing I'add) business.
! or iMitliutars, a I) 10 the assignees, or
147 1.. P. A11AMS, Auctioneer.
"pHERES ALWAYS SOMETHINO
'(lunt we feel a little anxious for jou to lnowalout.
Tbe Great Amsrloau Clothlug House
Kciecifull) ralU our attention to their
STU.ISII HUhlNISS AND OKI S. SUIls,
ith it rang, serviceable lining, wliich v. eate Kethiij; low
I'0S', VOUIHS'anaCIIIiniUA'S CI 01 II I NV
In maVe, quality and MIe to general tmiMjrtatiotu of
tuch Roo.lt for lhi market
Tkt I.attit XiltJtJfliH Ctntt urHtthiug an t U tt
S. COHEN ft CO..
No. 17 Nlwanu Stkfkt , Honoliu
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
01 H K KtU Sl I,
I rom the rnrgoei of the Oleiiliie nnd otler recetil
eft-eN, the foHoviin
Dry Goods and Clothing :
Print of thehtet Mle,fatl color;
lit ne Denim, llrown I Inen UnlU,
Vhite Crouton Sheeting
llorrock' Ixtng Cloth. Waterproof TeeJ,
low el am) loweling, (.la lowel,
1 able Cloth, lahle Napkin,
Puro Linent, Shawl. DrM Ooolt
(ireimline, hue and Lolled S.1V,
Colored Satin, Ora Cloth,
Artificial 1-lowers and f-ealhcr,
Cotton Handkerchief. Silk Handkerchief. .
1 able Cover, woolen; Colored Sit teen and CrapM,
Fancy Mixture and lllue and (ray ManneU,
ictoria l.awn, iSrook Spoul Cotton,
lihie and U lute Check I .Made.
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Fancy Plaid, Resatta Shirt. Wool Shins
V hue and ( otored Cotton Shin,
l-anc) Scarf, Pilot Reefers,
Men a White nnd Pmwii Lotion Half Ho,
Iridic' Hoe, Men Rend) made Clothing,
Iidiei 1 1 at (white, Lhck and fanc Mra),
India Rtibljer Coat, Capet ami I eguiiia,
lilue and (raj llore Itlanket,
Woolen llhnkct, all nire. color and weight;
I'rlcrt tttttrt, Vrtert Ittiff,
Vehvt aitil raitrnhH Ihtor Mata.
A full atHonment of OKMIKMhNS and LA
DlfS SMHH I SI ato.Svldle for lIo and (in I'
ItRIDI I S.S-iddle Cloths amlChamonSkl.it,
,NE HUNDRED AND TEN DAYS
I ROM OI.ASOOW
O. "W. HAOrARLANE & Co.
iiirin ro si t Tiif cm o i?r tiik
ExtTsstu. Iron Clipper Sblp Shandon
NOW IlKIMl jMIHI
IW bXCtl'IIO.MALI.V HNK CONDUIQS,
riixiisTiKa ur riN iiattnf
IIAR and islUtT IKON',
hNOLlhll SIK1M LOAUTic.
1LI. Of WHICH SSIIL st MJSSI
Valuable LeaMliold at HUo.
UY (IkUKM or
K "I. I KNI IIAN, Ksq , and I OO N.(!AU K, rn ,
Assignees or the I stavSir Lei Clial, laiiLni4,
I VSILl. OcrCX AT Mlil-IC AtCTIOM, (IN
MONDAY . . 4VVY 8tk,
AT KOCI-OCS. NOOM, AT US SALESkOOSI,
Al! lhe rlhhl, tllle and interest of the said I ee (.hat
In Out certain indent ure or leae from K. KcehLotaii!
o I, lai) and ! Lliat tA that oarstl of
LAND IN HII.O, HAWAII,
4 khOSSN Aft TIIK
Ahupuaa of Lepoloa Kaunlho and Kaulaokalllo,
CUM SlNlsr. AS, ASKS (II'
1 hum: iiundki i aukls, moki. ok i tss,
fer a lowfilS )ttlfiin January lt iSSj,
Al lhe rale of $io tier )ear, sstlli the right of rcncssal
fur a fuither tcnii of un )ears at the same rate.
A iort!on U this land, sa) ahuiil one hundred acres,
is said lo la: sutlcularl) suitaMe foe sug
Va )m TrotU mi yojt i
II. J, N0L1E. I'ROI'lUhTOK,
Itegs to announce 10 his fiicuds and the oublic tn gen
eral lhat he has opened the above Safoon svhere
I rons 3AM, lit! 10 r m
Sncar Baa, 20x38.
Coal Bags, 86x37.
Rice Bnt and Twin.
flnlrillihril Col rilyiileil ItnufiHO (14 gauge),
11 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths.
KOONING SUil.WS AM) WASIIKRS
Annealed I- ence U ire, No. 4. , 6 am! 7, and Stable!
(ilvanlesl Iron lluckets, nil sues,
(jalsanlretl Uah lUstiis.
(.alvanUest (lardeu Itordcnng an.! Netting,
llnned Iron Sauceans, all sues,
leakettles, real Jaiaii lllacldng, 9
I'tirhiu llrlrl.s unit Harden Tile,
lassn Seals and Chairs,
Cigars, Pipes and
Chosen by a ticrsonal selccllou from firsKlass tiunu.
falturics. lias been oUatned ami ssill be
added frthb time lo time
On of Drunsn kk & llall relel rated
Is connected si ith the establishment, sshcre lovers of
31 qr the cue ran LurlKiale
POK SALE I
nvo lop nuciiiEs,
T WO SKCOND-IIANI) EXI'Rr SShb,
ON t SKA IK!) UASKbl CUI-UMU'R,
ONK KrACII WAOON,
ONfc DilAV HORIsfc AND IIAKNKSS.
s.11 lhe above arc tn order, nearly as good as nest,
loS a 0. Wr.SI,
I. I Al'SMb, Auctioneer,
tor the rouRTH or JULY.
1 has cm tnsoscc of
Sjilcnillil Ski Jtocket,
(runs 1 ot, la 4 hi.
.loi tV.I Vle of Virrwork,
7si Pieses la a case. Just lhe thing lu suit household
dlvola4 for lhe lulls fulls.
iff Hi- Light, H'heeh,
Slur 1'mnllen, Jlenyolim,
Mine UHil Mre L'imkei.
Ordert will U rccelscJ and guuds dehsered a day or
u before lhe eseulful luue, at these goods an kept only
u THOS. O. THRUM.
144 iru n 106 lost b4rl.
ON IIAhlt Lssct: l)IAMItlt or
liny mill Urulu
Of all lliuls, vsbich se offer lo fuiihasers al
The Lowtwt Market Rates.
Our stock Is renewed by cash arrival from lh coast
N r Jrrarrsl le Urlml II rain (ll A luiU
AT ANY TIMK.
THREE LAWN TENNIS
tluthrm HthrtHi s
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
hanc (Uu Mower Staiul,
Vern lUtskctt, etc,
1'OUTI.AXl) Ci:.MKNT-niti: MUCKS,
l.trrijKiul Suit mni Itorl. Aril, jtlur; I'alHlt
mni Itollril IIIU, II 111 rrtler Nine
English, American and Hawaiian
Hire five and vt yard tonf
TOPSAIL SMEBT CHAINS,
Admiralty lest, sues H, , ,' and Jj.
i'ovi:i.i. iuki'kvn .stkam coal,
I NCil ISII I kAlllKK UK 1.1 INC., f'ou "jto ll.Y
rioor Ollolat he.
it feet lengths; i awl it t, per yard,
Ui Plaits, llolts and Nuts.
Kallruu! .S lies lu snatch.
Tkt Jiuifii Mutual Lift Imuianie Ce,Cal,,
7 At itatl iHVOtmtft iiiuiJ'i.t (V,, of Cal.,
Tkt Jeatr Ttltfktut, the flmfltit, kit viiJ
(iiapit iitw im un,
lalll k CO.,
Unr HU'llurt' I'uurtr I'urlaUm Jfayiawr,
,l(.o. Our- Trr-Mr famr rHImi
TlltO. IU DAVILSaCO.
ON h THOUSAND MATS
Ne. 1 CWM1
lo. Lossd or duty Dalit
1 J." P. WAlHtHO,'.