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SATURDAY, JULY .4 tMj.
ItthtlcatlAn elRe. I At 6 Kaahnmann ttrrtt ; ltd
Itoiltl rooms t to Fact trttl.
Knbcrlrt ri and Adtcrtlstr will pltstt ail.lrtst,
THUS t. THRUM. Iabllihtr and 1'rcprlrtor.
It C DAKIt Itthtonlr authnrlitd agtnt for
In "PRnSS" In San I'rantltco,
All mttttr for th SthirHtt Vint should be
addiMt.d lo th "SATURDAY PRUSS,
Adifttlstmnt mutt be sent In by Prlds nnen.
Nolntftllon. far th. eurrtnt Itttie can be Riiaran
t.tdwh.n ttnt In later Adtr.ttltrti will maiV
the number of insertions dctittd, from which dttt
they charge, any not to malted will be charged j
Double-column adt-ertltementa, cult and larre
tyret will not be admitted Into our column t
neither will adteitltementt be admitted Into "lead
Inf column! at any price Thete rules will be
tljidly adhered to.
Notice of any eventa of Intrrett trantpiilnr nit
the other Itlandt wilt always he thank fully received
far publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their trne namet to all communication.
nd fur puhhratioit necctartly. but a a guarantee
that the writer It actinic in uood faith.
i.ocai. in: us.
Last s-itiiiilay the lat Madras Clilnetc ltd
tli' iui.iniimr gtmintl.
Tlir (imctle n1 I'.ie AliM 111 -el mitt irmi.hl
a Kfcit niiny Willnlii wite to Ilrtnoltitit.
TV MUtirm Chtildien's SosrfsMv will IjoM
its titular monlhly inetling to-night, at the
Iti'lnur- of Mi. S. II. Dole.
Some natives cattfihl a.veiy tarn t!ei1 fih
off the trtf nr llmil Kim, lasi Tueatlay,
Mlil ti It the IllRrtt Caught for )Ntl.
Mr J Simnnann, Jr., ami twrt Mi. Horace
t Ml !, Ii.vl the ctmtiact fnr lamling the
IViiut-UCTC ami baggage from the Hankow,
lat M. unlay.
In rc-iect In the memory of the late I'rln
cvm ilhchiiin.1 Mati.iinc tif I Inlhml, Cuntul
1'at) Dutch llig was placed al h-ilf nul
Mrs. If. V. Dillingham and Mis May Oil
llngham, Mr. H. II. .Sto.hl.uil of Ililn ami
Mr. A. I'iank CrnLe, "atrived tasi Satuntay
on the ralatxHa.
The r-mcinmcnt school vacations will lis-pin
on the 2ijth instant, and end September 171I1.
Inanimations will lc held on the 35th, 26th
and 27th of tliii month.
The fire l.icMk-s anil Ihc Hawaiian Minstrel
Tinuiic hate to sufficiently pooled Issues that
the latter will Rive the former a Iicnifit on the
evening of the I tlh instant.
"This week, the heait of the housewife lias
flultereil ami flonn and liccn glad. For the
Kiateful shatters in their showering made the
inly drali dust less lod." II. P.
V V. Richardson. N. G.t U C. Aides. V.
(i.; J. D. Une, T.; J. l Wiscmcn, S. and
M. IK .Monsarrat, r. U.
1 lee! of I'tccltior Ixlgc, I
; sscte Hie
O. O. K.
The sermon, " What we Know Al-out
Heaven," which wa ntjionctl last Sunday,
liecaiisc of the IndiMKnilion of "Ml. Ciuxan.
will lie gisen Sunday esening. Scnicc in Ihc
morning a usual.
Honolulu Kngine Co. No. 1 ha elected the
following officer for the ensuing term! Henry
iicauway, lorcman; r, u.uiuvan, assistant
foreman; J. Uvejoy, secretary; S. .M. Whit
man, captain of hose.
There hasc 1-cen made the following recent
changes, in the officers of the Itell Telephone
Co., of Honolulu: K. P. Adams, president,
vice 11. t Mulemann; ami Jjcoli 1 If own,
secretary, Tcc C. O. liergcr. The change
look puce last 1 nursiay.
Messrs. J, Williams & Co. have securcil a
numlicr of "dry plates' liy which they arc
ahle lo ilo instantaneous photographing. Some
of their lcst recent work has liecn in shipping.
The jiicttiresr-iie liarge landing of the Hankow
iiiiiiiii.(iii 1 on-; 01 hick lateral, pictures.
The good ship Ese carrieil with her Hono
lulu's sinccresl aloha. A gallant ship, a jolly
crew, a captain brave and and so forth.
None knew them lmt lo wish to know them
Iwtter. lllow- breezes, blow 1 and liear them
on and nn, and sometime .waft them back.
The Anglican Church Chronicle for July
appears in a scry much neater dress than the
one it previously wore. Its leailcr is a licautl
ful bit of self-lUgcIlatinn, and a tacil promise
01 war to me nut, against 111c evils so graphic,'
ally denounced by one of ils recent critics.
A boy called Albert, woiking in the Hono
lulu Iron Works, neatly amputated a thumb
Inst Monday. He was doing some work
alut the great crane and caught his thumb
lictnecn a .si rap and some iron work. The
wounded thumb, which was al-out halfdmdcd,
was cared for by Doctor Itrodie, and is now
" Why does not the building committee, or
the somebody or somebodies resjionsible, ap
ply some of the money already collected, or
collect some of that sul-sciil-ed, to put Kawai
ahao church in needed reair?" This is a
m'ht pertinent conundrum, which those re
spomildc ate insited to answer through the
columns ol the Press.
The Portuguese from the Hankow were
more expeditiously landed than were thoc
from the Abcrgeldie, which sscre taken o(T
in barges timed by row boats. Three barges
wctc used in landing the Hankow immigrauls,
drawn by a steamlioat. The landing at the
imniigration dcwt might with advantage be
widened, as landings are now painfully slow
I.ocal merchants have received fair warning
from the police dcpaitmcnt, that hereafter
Ikixcs andlales and packing cases and mer
chandise must not be allowed tocumlier the
sidewalks, tothc prejudice of liedestiUn. The
Impartial enforcement of this rule willliea
feather in the caps, nf the Honolulu police, and
vv ill Ixs hcailily wclcomeil by fainuimlcil mer
chants, as well as by all other classes.
The gaib ol mourning in sshich the mt
ltic of one of our legal luminaries has of late
liccn draiieil, vtas not, as apiicarances might
seem to suggest, assumed in ctmxn'uuicc of
his having allcndeil an Irish vsakc, but as a
result of his paiticijuiion In tlat fascinating
paitlme known as lose ball. He cajicil
mented uim the ' otching " process, and a
"fuuUiall" scotctl a "base hit" in conse-
The following Is the programme for the
tegular Saturday afternoon conceit al Kmuia
Npuic, commencing at 4130:
0fi1ur The loUn Crot.
Wall 1 Dt n in (oew)
IJuadiilk- MfeUme Angol
The land will give moonlight coneer's on
Momlay, July 16th, and on Tuevlay, '',? I Jth,
in Kmuia Square.
At .Mr. Nolle' sleserveii! jv.oulat IWavcr
Coffee halin tpay lie seen a polished cociunut
a Gitnun mikkI Waiver, now ciiip'.ujtd in -Mrv
Miltei'Uilullerhontin Hotel meet. On
one portion of the shli it carvnl a section of
iialiu grove, with the u in the loiegtouml and
niountaim in the lucVgiouml ; In another
tuition is the Koyal Hawaiktii Cuat-of-Aimt j
ami in Mill another place, an inscription.
Last Thursday morning, the quiet of Foil
street, btiween Hotel and Kingwat invaded
by a Hauling lunavjay. One or two caniages
awl a can were injuiesl. Happily, no lives
were h At; no one vtas even hull, Iiut an In
fant' life was In InimiTTH peril, by U-ing left
alone in a can'agc. II motnets ami
and cuaidiant ami " folks ncncrallv"
inly be a little more catcfuT but then
Some seven ami seventy Surwlay school chil
dren, mote or less, held their quatietly social
in the grounds and sestiy room of Ihc Itethcl,
last Thursday aflctmain. They pla)Til games,
outside and in ; they sang ngs he piano
was played for them; a kliKni-I) sang fur
them, aixl thejr hod all Ihc cake thev could eat.
What mote could the heait or the hcail ot Ihc
stomach of chiklhiaxl ak? l.cmoiudc, nude
out of oranges 1 Verily, they hail that alut.
The lVaa ciuvgratulalcs Mrr Clatencc W,
Avhtud on his adintuion to the Hawaiian
Itar. He is no longer mere MUei Ashford,
lot is entitled to the full Uncfil of the sonorous
addirx, "CuitHWs: . Ashford, twmlre,
Alloms-y and CouaMHot-at-lavs," In all his
taildic ami private tsUlions, so far at the Pre.
Ku a.tuiwlIc of hm, Mr. Athford lus
tilayol the rt of an honorable, capable,
schuiuly gsmtbrwiB. In ctgralukling him,
the community U nUn txuifirattjlated.
A Welly sa)il vreck I his fur Portuguese
Ly-il it Latest of ImiaHtance rapinnsil
Ust Thuisday, HsepiU vseie maiilv!,' "iu,
ttn nwa vttrc hwkw at nw ruui,
-aiauasc Calkatskal on Koft vtll. all of then
Isxaas Use imnil-nrian ttmUm, " Lose tsatchw
on the lining r, and lo. jitclirilttt
watt rueknl tr.idlt." ilnh'phiid On.
ct nf the cioitlcrol inrm tiiosr. Ilnnh.
leaned forwanl in hi c anil sweetly imir
nnireil " llle vu, my ilnldreni Mr-, vm
T. , , . .... . . . I
The hnnd nlar-l al the immwrMimt depot
-ft .. :- .L . I 1 1 . I t.,
one allrinonn tni wrrlc. hv ririler nl Kino
Kalakniia. 1 he eoniley w linj,lily aiptcri
aleil ly the Immiennl, with rrrmt of whom
the lour of mte an Inhetitanee.
In one tespeet tlie cnlsmlin' mmengrr IW
wa a -renlHr one. It mntaine) the name
f al lt ftmr yming laslle o-mlng to theae
Manila ttmlcl erwafemeni nf mnrtte-jr, of two
recently ni-inlf-Tlailte-i, eomitsfj here lo jiHti
their hittltamln, nml of one Mlfnllv iinlRtmiv
duple, Inwml far Sydney, tq lie utirrlesl, after
tne iremieiuin tan ettanitsiievi inmaeii in mist
ne-j. Two of the font iniwe-t lieeame mes
ilameo liefiite ihey rnnl lieen fotty eight hours
in llonoliilu, one of ihem ritinR the
cimilesy of Minister Itetidetit Dfffeti ami be-
inc. mmrieti at the Ameilcnn ivatmn, on
teehnleally Amerletin anil.
Such it nice little gitl live nn Iterrtanht
sliest. She i rmlv one of manv. it 1 true.
hut he it I wins has made the mot of her
lime in the lslct decorative inspiration. She
ha l-een ffallieiinc nilvcitiMno card for ome
time st, .1ml now has aliosit five thouaaml,
nr four thoitsnml, ot one thmisand, or five
hsmlteili anvlHiw. she ha a lot and ha
cove ieil one end of Iter liedroom wall svllh
them. When tier uncle, the tuerclMnt, ami
het ensttin, the cleik. and her friend, the
ciilJilei, ami a lot nf other ftiends have
given her some five thousand, or le, in addi
lion to those she already ha, she will lie still
moie extensively decorative.
The Zenl.india Comet fnr lutv. iSiit. lias
lieen sent lo this office fiom the office of the
San I'rancisco Wa. It is No. 1 of the pub
lication, is lioiintl in a handsomely engraved
licr cover, luvinc llnnnluhn anil San I'ran-
citcan views thetenn, Is well pn'ntcd and con
tain a ticm 01 resiling mailer, mucli nl vvliicli
must have been interesting In those directly
intctestcsl. Its first page is taken up with nn
amusing account of a mock trial that took
place on the Zealandia's nip fiom San I'ran
cisco to I lonolulu, in April of last jc.ir. lltufT,
bun).vnt and bashful frank Spencer, of Pahala,
was tne cniprit ; l.x liovemor llallnlay ol
Virginia, judge ; Aichibald I'orlic-sof Iindnn,
and Ncvl Macfailane ol San Francisco, prose
cuting attorneys; and IMward Whittfngton
Toivnscnd of anywhere, and George V. Mac-
lailanc ol Honolulu, counsels lot the dcfciKC.
The Unitcil States man-of-war Pcnsacola,
second rate, will vxm reach Ibis haihor from
Tahiti. Through the couitesy of ihc Mexican
and Spanish Consul, Mr, I.-tinc, the following
list of officers ha1- l-ccn copied fiom the United
Stales Naval Uegistcr ! Fleet captain, Joseph
F)fc; Lieutenant commander, O. I', llcvcr
man; Lieutenants, Frank Hanfnrd, F. II. De
lano; Master, I!. P. Underwood; llnsigns, I.
A. Shearman, Frank P. Death and G. W.
Dcnficld; Naval cadets, I. K. Sutlon, I. D.
Cranshavv and K M. Ilaimon; Past assistant
surgeon, George P. I.umsdcn; Fleet ay in
sjiector, Jsufus I'aiks; Fleet chief engineer,
George I. CoutK; Past assistant engineers, L.
U. Hatvcyand L. W. Wnostcrt Naval cadets,
F. II. Conaut and A. Macalister; Chaplain,
John K. I.ewij; 1-Tcct captain of marine,
.Vorval L. NokesjSccond lieutenant of marines,
Junes A. Turner; Iloalswain, Jeremiah Hard
ing; Gunner, Thomas P. Vcnablc; Can-enter,
S. N, Whilchousc; Sailmakcr, A. A. arrcn.
tiii: oTiiiiu isi.Asni.
The weather still continues dry, and plant
ing is generally suspended in Kohvla.
The weather is unusually dry in Ililodis
tiict, and the cane is 1-eginning to feet the need
Trom the house of Ucv. Mr. Wainw right,
nf Kajiaa, Kauai, $160 was stolen on the night
of the 3rd instant.
The Lahaina mill suspended grinding last
May in order to put in an cm Ire new set of
machinery, consisting of a twelve ton niRl, of
tne largest sue, Innlt at Honolulu Iron Works,
with triple effect. The imsition of rollers has
l-ccn changed from the mauka to makai side of
the liuililing, and the recent working of the
new mill nas l-ccn tliorougnly satislactory.
The day of American independence passed
off very delightfully al Ilitu. An unusually
large number in streets, riding. A large picnic
at vocoanut isianu. AM scemeil to enjoy
themselves greatly, chatting, swimming, firing
;itc-crackcrs anil guns, in the evening, a line
lisplay nl rockets. Unman candles and other
fiicworks, were made al the houses of C. II
Arnold and J. II. Main. The Hilo brass
land played a few selections.
The Fourth of July was celebrated in Ko
hala in a quiet manner, the attention of the
residents licing turned mostly to picnics, for
vvnicn tncrcwerc several parlies, apparently
Ihc largest of them disporting itself in the
pleasant snanc 01 tne trees tothc eastward ol
the Star Mill, formerly known as 'the Naihe
premise, where, 111 Ihc lanmiaac ol the chil
dren, they "enjojeil themselves and had a good
tunc, nut little 11 any guniKiwilcr was liurncu
during the day, and no small loys with singed
cyeiasncs nave ocen nearil irom.
A CUSKKItT AT II 1 1.1).
On Sunday evening, July 1st, at the Foreign
Church, Ililn, the usual monthly concert was
called the "Father Coan evening," as it was
occupied in reading a paper by Kcv. l- P.
lijkcr, ami a letter wutten 2g years ago, tsu.
by the late Ucv. Titus Coan, and printed in
the C)xloxvilia of Missions, an old work.
the letter was read liy Dr. i. It. Wctmnrc.
Mi. 1 taker remarked thai the first missionaries
were the Pilgrim Fathers to the Hawaiian
race. The paper lead by .Mr. Ilaker is con
sidered as fine n tribute to the tlcparted as has
lccn read, and there were many lead at the
memorial meeting last March. I Ic seemed to
leave nothing to suggest as an addition. What
lit read seemed to come from his heart, and
alfected all present. July 1st was the anni
versary of the Pentecostal day, 1S3S, on which
day, one thousand, seven hundicd and five
men, women and children, united with the
church at Hilo, who, aforetime, had been
heathens, then sal down togethct at the table
of the U111I. In the last pari of the letter
read by Dr, Wetmore, Father Coan said i
" As to the future pmsiiecta of out islands,
w hat shall we say? Hue of couisc our knowl
edge is at fault, our mivsionary operations are
now in a transition state. As in other rcstccts,
au also in this, old things are lusting away and
all things arc R-couiing new. The islands ate
adopted into the great fraternity of Christian
nations. Henceforth we are i longer to be
known as foreign luistionaiio, many of us are
already recusing our full supmrt from the
churches over whom we arc pastors. In a
wool, we consider the church of Christ as
planted here, as having taken root, ami as
beating fruit. And as ChiUt aid lo his dis
ciples, that their fiuil should remain, so we say
of these children of the kingdom. Wc are sure
the Ketlesiner lias a cliun.ii here, that tt Is
founded on ' the rock,' and that the gates of
hell shall not prevail against it.
"Hut, in saving this, we do nut affirm the
pcipvtuity of the Hawaiian rare. This may
ami probilily will become extinct. The natives
are lew. ami In Musical, mental ami moral
power, feeble. Amidst the march of men, the
rush and the surge of amoving woild, thcy
inay lie overwhelmed and lost, rieet 01 mer
chantmen, whalemen ami wai-thipsaic scatter
ing thousands of our vigoious voung men to
all the winds of heaven. Foreigners arc pout
ing in uimn us from every' point of the com
tuss. Amalgamation is fast taking place
new forms of disease have swept off thousands
in the toniu, the lute uuin of many sue
and asckless seamen, like the consuming fires
of hell, ate destroying many In out sca.iii,
who should have ln-en the mothers and matioiA
of a ilsing race. The Knglish language is
being learned by many, ami all things com
bining indicate the alMiipliou or cstinction of
Ihc llawaiians as a distinct race, at no distant
day. Lctilleso. Still he island will have a
people, and (iod will have a vhurcli hcie. A
ciists nuy Ik- at hand which will try men's
souls. Wo shall need the pra)cts, lhe)ui
juihics, the eoutuclt ami the alms of the
church, in older landt. The cause of education
mutt J) sustainetl hcie. Wc must have a col
lege. Wc must hart teachers and evangelical
ministers, men of tile lieails and holy hearts,
men of sslf-denial, patience, real, diacrelion
aiul Uua.1 philanthropy! out work is 1x4 done.
I'n.lably out rcsiainvibililivsi ucte never so
gtcat as at the litrcnt hour. ll things grow
around us and we need great faith, tunincss
and wisdom, lest all goof 1-c swc(l away by
the cuiicnU of iasuun and of worldly and
civil iiolicy. Out joy ami our triumph i., that
(he Uinl ivigns, an.! his kingdom is safe."
Itlsjhought by those vtho ate constilerol
gootl judges, that the letter (the abuse Mug
only a portion of it) vtiittcn when its author
was in his rim. describes the general state of
things at these islands better than any other he
em ssiutr, and alutost jaiophetic.
nmi i tit i:.si: 'i.uMHtii ird.v.
Irrlrof ' thr Ihtttmr nHir WefrrfffiM
mm thr limiilfitiltn! .Suhjrrt.
'I he I'.nell-li -deotmliip Hankow, St daya
,. , , . . , , . ., .' ,
'""" itiniiin. tiiiiTcri in twill aiiuui m n inin
.... ... 1 1 ..
I lnt Sflmlay. bilnofnc Hot I'ottticuesc Immi
gtant ftimt Madeira and the Amies.
I The voyage of the Hankow has lieen a suffi
ciently notable one to justify a soniew lmt full
outline. She left lntloii, April 1S1I1, having
on lwwtd ajo ton of wnvriinn, moist and
dry, a Honolulu cnroof 850 Ions ami It'"'
ton of coal. She had goini weathet ami
teachesl Fnnchal, the chief itt nf Madciia,
April 2th, At that tmrt she took nit Qtl
iimntgraiitii 17O tons of eortl anil about .0ton
of assnttesl cargo for this port, chiefly wine ami
basket. She left Madeira Aptil 261I1. From
Fnnchal to St, Michel. In the Atom, she
encosinieted vciy rough weather, arriving on
the 29th. At the toiler im she shiped 489
soul, and took on uo ton Tit cinl. She
clearnl from St. Michel, May ami. From
there to laititude.it south, the weather was
good! thence to the Stinits of Manllan, at
which puce they amveil .via) aotn, tough
vveathtt was encountered. The weather on
going through the straits wa mild, but o
"WS llsat Ihc- shin vvn obliged to anchor every
night. She lelt the strait at ti I-, vi., nn .May
.loth. Thence In Coronet, in Conceiilion ll.iv.
on the Chilian coast, viuth of V.ihmraln, the
voyage wa tcmiieiluous. I hey arrived oil the
riMilstead of Coronel on June olh; but weicdc-
tnineit b fog, some 20 mile olT shore, neatly
two da). At Cnrnnel 9S0 tons of coal were
taken on and a small quantity of provisions
rice. Mic lelt Loioncl. uue 11m, imsscxI
Juan l;ernandei (Crusoe's Island), June Kill!
ami, having fait weather all the way, arrived
here a nlaivc slated.
All thini! considered the vovaecnf the I Ian
kow 1 one of the most notable emigration
vnvage on tecord. She left St. Michel with
3 cabin passenger, 1411 Immigrants, and 6S
officer and crew. She arrived In Honolulu
with 1.174 soulsjin lioatd.' Among Ihc immi
grants, 55 infant and J adult had died; and
there had lieen 20 bliths. The adults died of
consumption, hcatt disease and old age. The
children died of measles, whooping cough,
llaithca and exhaustion. It wa a lone time.
riS da), for nearly 1500 people to be
crowded In one ship; but, in even the- Great
Lastcrn, so larec n numlier ol people could not
but lc tcnibly huddled. Anil it speak vol
umes for the skill, patience, good Judgment
and kindness of the ship' officer, and of the
health and vigor of the immigrants, that the
mortality great though il was was compara
tively so small.
When the Alicrgcldic reached this port, the
satisfied condition of the tired immigrant was
remarked by many. The Hankow immigrants
arrived much less satisfied. Considerable com
plaint was made about Ihc provisions supplied
than. Ills Kxccllency the Portuguese Commis
sioner has examined into this matter, and finds
that the complaint are virtually unjust, a di
rected atrvinst the .Messrs. llotlnunCtV Lo.. or
the management of the ship. The trouble
seems o be that the fowl, though of good
lualily, and supplied In sulticicnt ration ol
quantity and character approved by the home
government was not ol the kind naliittially
used by Ihc immigrants. It was not osiblc
to provision the ship with the fresh vegetables
which form so large a part of the daily food of
Ihc Portuguese from the Atlantic Ulands. It
was not practicable, cither, to give them ftesh
bread so often as ihey were used to have it.
And the canned meals given them were not
relished. And )ct, during a long, severe, and
crowded vopge, there died less than Co per
sons out ol neatly 1500; and of those who did
die, 55 were infants under I J)4 years old; and
died, for the most iiart, of infantile diseases In
which they would have lieen subject anywhere.
The I lankow was built in 1S74. She is 407
feet long, over all; is 42 feet beam and 27 feet
depth of hold; her engines are 50J horse
imwer; her net register is 2.112 tons, her cross
register is 3594 tons; and she has sailed out of
Carditl with 4(100 ions ot coal. Ihc Hankow
is the largest steamer that has ever entered
Honolulu hatbor; and her exterior appearance
is singutatly imposing, as her small cargo and
inconsiderable quantity of co.il remaining in
her bunkers, makes her lidc very high out of
Her officers arc as follows: Captain, An
drew Rolnttson; I-'irst Officer, II. C. Adams;
Second Officer, IJ. J. l)c Normanvillc; Third
Officer, Alexander Japp; Chief Engineer,
Thomas Wilkinson; Surgeon, James Suther
land; Supercargo, James McCarthy.
The owners of the 1 lankow are William
Milbutn & Co., London. She is chattered by
Iloffhung & Co., of the same cit)vand is con
signed to G. W. Macfarlanc A: Co., of tins
place, to w horn she briugs a cargo.
SOMK TROUT. I ITS ON IMMIGRATION.
The. arrival of so many Portuguese by the
Aliergcldic and Hankow, in addition to those
already in the country, makes the subject of
their introduction intn the lalnir matket ol the
kingdom as timely as it is important.
Among the planters a wide difference of
opinion has existed concerning the desirability
of Portuguese as laborers. Hut, a full expres
sion of this divided opinion has never ob
tained currency in print.
The statement against some of the first
Portuguese who came here from Madeira
may fairly be summarized as follows: That
they were fault-finding and exacting, and that
they were not physically competent to per
form the labor icipiited of them.
Ihc nrst .Madeira Portuguese came here in
tS7S. They had lieen shipped from Funchal,
the chief pott of Madeira, and vv ere alxnit as
peculiar a lot ol agricultural emigrants as
ever lelt home and country, to liravc the
wimU, and risk the waves, and seek fortune in
foreign land. Ihey had liccn recruited
almost exclusively from the inhabitants of thc
city. Among them wctc many broken down
gentlemen, decaved gentlewomen and their
household detriments, all ot whom were thor
oughly unfilled for hard work under a hot sun.
To make mallets worse, these Madeira aristo
crats wctc accompanied by some idle, some
discontented and some positively vicious fellow
countrymen. The immediate icsult was that
the Madciia men made, scry generally, unpro-
manic servants in any catacity, and the lur-
thcr icsult was to give .Madeira so pad a
name, that planters have frequently objected
to employ a lxirtuguese who happened lo
come irom that lovely island, under any cir
Hut the immigrants from the Azotes seem to
have given good satisfaction in a majority of
cases. In the language ol a planter! "llicre
ate three good things about tnciii, They ate
imlite, they ate industrious, and they don't
fool away any of their own time in trying to
leat tne planter out 01 111s. j
Another planter said that justice. Ilavored
with a little judicious politeness, was able to
get mote good woik from l'otiugucsc than
fiom any other class of Immigrant labor.
A prominent plantation agent and owner, In
this city, says: "I think it pays to have a cer
tain pmimition of these people here, for
motal, jmliiical and pecuniary reasons. It is
better for the plantations, better for the rising
generation, and lwttct for the kingdom that
laliOrcn should have their families with them.
The heads of families ate likely In 1 more
sober, mote ambitious and mote attentive to
their woik than unmarried men. It is, of
couisc, a great expense to the plantations to
support idle children, nut these Idle ciilldicn
grow rapidly, and many of the" bo)s will soon
be able to till the places of those who return
home nr leave plantation labor for other cm
plo)mcnts. It is a distinct moral gain to every
community to have its laUircrs uiariicd, and
the planters will find il money in their ockels
to have always a prOirlion of Portuguese
among theii labours."
So far as.lhe Azotes imtnigtants ate con
cerned, the testimony teems 10 lie greatly hi
their favor. They come from the jmit of St.
Michcls, but are taken from the agticullutal
disiiicts, ate Usesl to out-of-door labor, ate
healthy, strong, ftugal and vety industrious.
So fat at the leccnt Importation of Madeira
iieople is conceincd, the riess has the author
ity of Colonel Macfailane, recent Sccial im
migration agent, for stating that great care has
been taken in their selection. The Hawaiian
Consul at Funchal has had personal opixit
lunity to inspect the men shippest fiom lliete
ami sviites vciy favorably of llicm. Most arc
said to have come front the inlciku of the
islands, ami have been agiicultuiUls since
Of the immlgiants who anivrd or the Han
kow, 427 are raid at ahh.hodicd men, 143
aie over 12 ears, fcut under age, 317 ate
women and $40 are unue.l2 ) can old.
Most of the men serni; to the casual ol
set vet, able llicd ami healthy, TV growing
tys ate stout liinlvl, blight ejed, am) evi
dently have in them the making of gnu
Ulairers, The presence of a fcw,-ld uA ln
film is merely an evidence of the strong famtl)
luve csUling among ihc I'oituguesc, Il seems
to be the opinion of many planters thai the
guv eminent imght o pay at least a portion of
the passage money ol those old and Inlinn men
who arc unlikely evct lo give a full equivalent
for tbtsk wage.
rff; "n.'i.'.v.v mtii'iriu
Itlrttttlitl Itflnll9 of .SVr-f fill illof I'rrfl-
iirer .li;mtiie nl ifiiff I'.hrtlntt
Thr life membci of ihc Queen's Hospital
Societyheld their biennial meeting in the uov-
eminent building, last Satutday. The follow
ing rriinit rtom ticnsuief and sreret.iiy vvttc
teceived ami accepted 1
Ttw flaws' llosptiAt haflWiM with Jatin II. Paty,
May si llr batsnee ntsli Its
II) rreelMt from Pay Pa
limit for Antnnlltseitdnsf
Nov jn. itti . ..,,,
6 mo ending May it, lite
Nov. jn, lit
" " Msy t, lllj
Ity racetf-ls from Hawaiian
SinW Patseireer Taar
for the 6 mm emffng Srt-t.
6 km end) .Mar. )t, iMt
.. ," , '." Ji-'."'
Hrreretftsfmm Inretmr He-
tinment on amvttfif ap
Iowisti0fi aid wr-prt to
insarter endlnst tw, 1t,
tta tn,sV m
lly rmt int. nn (.egaey
I'nnd . to on
ticLinstalar) t mo. . . $4,ata eo
To amouttt (aid l'utte)-nr
salary 94 mo and wage of
sttranu o.sil 31
IO,87 J l"
in aimnini um ior I urn I
lure. (tlititiaT. cntftnt. m?.
To Am I p'it fdr prbtfitwrt
" " tneilictttt,cie.
" " Iiglit ...
" fiiel .: .
" " ffwurancp...
" " American Uelipf
To Atn'l i Uiit. Hen. Stic'y
" " Oer. Hen. Soc'y
' ' S. K. Hen. Soc'y
To 1 ah nee cnxh In lank. .
til ens l-ss e i ita
1'talrereiiuforthei4 momJn $34,010 86
1 A.,r'nti 5JJ3.05I &
lULtnce caMi in Hank . . . gjg 16
334,010 86 $33(,oto 86
IfOMti rut;, July i, 1683.
To the Mttnkrteflht Qnttri$ thtfitalSccittf:
(icnlleinen I have the honor to tilinlr in wax mv-
tent of the Men nit I rtitii vf the tueen1! llo'Jtal
iisj sri'iing, si 1 hi sMuiiMiiHuy iitiiruvcio jwn inni me
lioip!tAl has coin inuftl hi iti uerii(nes, nnt filli lo ilny n
pi ice as tt public .mtitmlon iinMirpairl In tliii commu
nity In fnnor(ntn.e,
Ihc limine of the hoiitil U. lren en met! on in
the regular courM: prccnUd ly (lie chnitrr and tie
fiiietlhy the hj'litts. I)urliithc two )c.im jmt clov
Inj; the Unnl of trmteet helJ eiclit rrgular ami two
M.ciil nitctlnc. The .wi.int phjavklan, Dr. V, 11.
Iltiichiun, reslcnctl hs toitlon on nccntint of tlfimr.
ture from the Ubmls ami Dr. (Jo. 'Imutr.ni unt
elect nl to fill hi position. Dr. Ko.-rrt McKtbhln, the
n)ician 10 ine iucen HLpiui. tt iwvt aliment in
:uroie on Wa.e. and will return e hit ilutiti In the fnlt!
mennwhile. Dr. Hnxlie s tcitiiufnrily nclinj; naU
Unt phjtichn. 'I he punejor. Mr. KopLin. hntre
tlcneil. and Mr. Ixlv.irl. AuUtAnt ottrr-nr. h.i lit-rn
appointed in hit pl.scr.
Admiv-iorn of patients into the hopitAl have Iteen,
.luring thevistmo)eari, 96romiMiteor4t5 Hawaii
an-, and 55a foreij;ncr!t the hitler IiKliulmje i; Cliinef.
Inthe rrt:rdinKliennwlsfrtJil(l87s3 81)568 Hawniiairt
and 394 forcinen, in all 86a Here: admit in t a patient;
and acain in t3;7'?9, 704 Hawaiian and 330 foreigner,
in nil 934, lieeame Ininatei of the hopitftl. Ttii. -.lions
a large incrcav: inthe numlwrof fureign patients hut
11 imm ie icineinicreu inai incyare auiiaunf lor meir
inainieiunce and medical treatment, while Hawaiian,
are treated free of charge
The munlser of outdoor patient halrt-n 3,973 during
the last two ears, while in 1879-81 it w a 3,330, hut the
laiter Included 3.043 vaccination patient.
tIn the lat two can 93 deaths hae occurred, which
rum a percentage of 9 1-10 per cent. In 187981 the
percentage w-ai 1a per ctnu, and in 1877-79 lo)i Ir
1 he total expenditure, for the Queen'?. Hospital tlur
uikT the biennial iterioit lut clmintr time ln?rn tiT.0-1 16.
against which $16,900 41 have tv-en received from fur
eign (tatient. During the preceding two jear. (1879
eij 43sOzj34 nau oeen expenueu tnew bricn wins.
etc , $6,500), cainst receipt from foreign )iatientsof
$11,043 34. nmf in iS7t.?q. the exnerulitures were S11..
057 84, and the sum received from foreign patient
I he alio c figure -.how that the Increased reccit
from foreign (atiem. Iiave been fu'ly in pro,ortion to
the increased general etnditurc for the Queen'
'Ihc jncreiiing foreign mpulttion of thee itLtnd
and their requirement of hospital treatment, have in
some meaure changed the feature of the Queen'n
I lospital, and it I one of the most delicate and difficult
dutie-ior the board of trustees to make due allowance
for this state of thing, and at the wine time, to main
tain the tkueen' lloxpital principally a an institution
for the Wnefit ol Hawaiian, a contemplated bvit
auguvt founder and confirmed by the charter. 'Ihc
object ha been conscientiously carried out, and Ha
wanan above all others haie had the solicitude of the
1-oard of intsteet, and the watchful tr.re and kind
treatment of the physician and emplojces of the
At the sa me lime, the foreigner also find the com
fort and medical treatment at the hospital which hi
case may call for, and for which reasonable charge ij
made; and in this dErtaiun the Queen's Hospital fill
an important place in our communiiy To provide
kimilar accomnwxlation for fureign women become
more anU more an urgent necciMt), ainl theluardof
trustees have taken tni matter under consideration.
I here! every prospect, therefore, that this contem
plated result will soon be consummated, and prose a
Iivdcge and Me-sing to many.
Iti a satisfaction to me to have been able on this
occasiono iubinit a report to )ou, gentlemen, prosing
the continued efficiency of the Queen's Hospital, and
it extended usefulness proportionate to the increased
requirements of our community. I close my remarks
with the earnest wih that it may always fulfill it
mission and la national monument, founded by tne
Kamehaiueha for the' good of their people, and con
ttnued for future gent rat ions in I lie spirit of its
founders. Kespect fully submitted,
F. A. Schaeper, Secretary.
King Kalakaua, through .Minister of the
Interior Hush, rcappointctl the linn. (i. K.
Ilishop Vice-1'resklem of the Queen Hospital
Society for the two ensuing )ear-, ami ap
proved the appointment of the following gen
tlemen as trustees for the ensuing four years :
HU Kx. J. .M. Kanena. Mes&rs. 1 P. Atlams.
J. T. Watcihousc, Jr., F. A. Schacfcr, M. V.
The election of five trustees of the society
for the same period of four ) ears resulted in
the choice of Hon. L. Green, Hon. V. C,
Parke, lion. II. A. Wiilcmann, Hon. S. N,
Castle, Mr. J. II. Paty.
The trustees made the following elections:
.Mr. I. II. Paty, treasurer ; Mr, F. A.
Schaefer, secretary j Mr. K. P, Adams,
Kecutie Committee lion, C. It. Ilishop,
Mr. A. J. Cartvv right, lion. A. "S. Cleghorn,
Mr. J. II. Paty, Mr. F. A. Schaefer.
The 1 1 tut res then discussed a plan prcvirctl
for the erection of a building for the reception
ol foreign women. So far as the wKicty is
able this plan will be carried out. It calls for
ihe erection of a two story I shaped building,
to cost alout SS.coo. It will mobablv lie
iiartLilly built, in such a manner ns In admit of
its stt 1 sequent completion,
Tilt: HYMVHUSV ChVH VOXVKttT,
The concert giset. by the Symphony Club,
at V. M. C. A. hall, last Saturday evening,
was listened LO hv 3 larve and delighted amii.
ence. The great length of the programme
prevents the u tended notice It tlevervcs. The
iiiMiuiiiciuai jniiuuii wji vvcu icnuireti, Jtoc
cliciinPs Minuet to meeting with the highest
lavor, wnue trie selections irom ' Kuy Hlas
were rathci tiring, ihc vocal )art of the pro
gramme was brief, but, nonetheless good.
The choruses hv the Amateur Musical
Society were given with a vim and spirit
which was highly creditable, particularly so In
Ihc Kaiser March," by Wagner.
Mr, McCarlney'ft fine rendition of tht? bass
ong, "Thy Sentinel am I," secured him the
only oca! encore of the evening, to which he
resMnieit will! Ahl "Uh, Vc Tears."
Miss MichlcU in "GalaiNc." by Masse.
ung magulllceutly and shcUd have had an
Taken alt in all, the conceit a a delightful
one. The urticiants liavc reason to feel
proud of their success, ami the public have
reason to feel proud of the ossessioij of such
excellent and tatted musical talent. Vw, If
any, towns of like sfre in any country can
Uu.t of letter. The two nunlcal wddici
here necil nrc encouragement than they have
ncrived. Ihey arc certainly deserving of more,
ami It is to lc hoKil they will get it In their
At the tame tim it U not the coned thing
to charge such high price, ju were charged
last Saturday evening. Oik dollar for a
reserved scat Is quite enough to pay. It is
more tlun many can afford to pay, iftcn, and
it u almost certain that the Mtctcty will make
more monc) and keep more friends if It adopts
pj Hilar prices.
The following application from a lady to a
manager of a sugar plantation In Uritish (iul
ana, w tuld ha c been cl ucnt enough If she had
liccn appl)ing fur an &(torr,cygci.cralhtp lit
Uawaiit1 Dear Master As one of ihetnbc
tT agricultural IUwrcm I have talc it u-n
ni)clf to addriA you with these few lines, and
khiiubi I be found an intimtcr, dear Master
pardon grant my humble request, U lo lrg
)tHt the kind fa v.Mir fur a little work, such a
thmhing cancsj or wtvd ami moulding ami
such likct should my riu( Ijc grams!;
slull then te able to fetch you dovjn uhhc
UUhiicui dear Master I snail now emtci
whiUt 1 k)ul lie waiting at t lie door f loukfog
with the c)rs j4 esiHtTtatltM. ami IUtiig
with the ears: ol all cot Ion to har yow
dvik4in ww'Ut 1 tuuU sour buUet-rAi
1 fit vitv.Mi; cornr
tt t,v rr.tt,, tstn.,
Monday. July oth
Itcfnrc A IlAuaii.ui;
pity was tried the ease of the I row n versus
Kiksina, chargetl with pul)gan.y. The pris
oner pleadc! not guilty and went to trial.
After the evidence had all lecn put in, he
asked leave to change his plea, which was
allowesl. Sentence asscd at eight months Im
piivonmcnt .it hard lAlmr and $200 fine.
Same day, the Crown versus Kong Utm,
havint opium In t-nsseMlnn. This case wa an
apjfnl from the Police Court. The prisoner
expre-vwi ms nesire to wmuiraw the rtpjrai
nml receive wnience. Ihe sentence ol the
lower court was confirmed as to the time of
Imprisonment (Ixnng three months) and the
penally conunuieii to s a
Same day (aftcrnuoni wan tried the case of
tlic crown versus Imcph U. Kawalnui and
Iteniatiiln Kawamui. indicted for ntibllsh-
ing ti lilwl In their njwsjwpcrt thr Ko Hawaii
Pacalna, against one John Richardson, deputy
sheriff of Wailuku, Maul, In the month of
.March last itast. Ihc a recti h be charirtl
that the conduct of the dejml) sheriff was im
moral and Inconsistent with common decency.
Inasmuch as he had liatbornl a rmirteMn. ami
hatl hlmsiir associated wilh her iiiwin terms of
intimacy and had allowed his wife and family
toilo likewise. Ample proof of ihe IntlmaC)
alleged was brought foiwanl, as was also the
case in regard to the immoral character of the
person hainored, There were thirteen wit
nwo broucht forward uixin the oart of the
dtiVT.se, ami three in lebultal. 'rlicse were
the prosecuting witness himself, his wife, ami
Mt. Kamaka Aimtia. Vn the part of the
prosecution, the case was mcned and closed
by Mr. John UumcI. and the examination of
wniusscs mmluctcil by Mr. Kdward Preston.
MM.- .! ...-. I ..-.at-. I- I .. .
1 hit s-tcicic was conducted entirely oy ir
Dole. Afier the argument of counsel and the
charge of the chief Justice the jury retired, but
weie absent only nlmut fifteen minute when
they returned with n unanimous, verdict of
Tuesday. July 10th. In the case of the
Crown against Alaiati T, Atkinson and Kobert
(irieve, charged with having published inthe
Hawaiian Gazette n malicious, false and defam
atory IhVl against Mr. John Richardson,
Deputy sticnlt ol Wailuku, n nolle prosequi
was entered j and in the civil suit, 1 rased upon
the Mine cli.it gc of lilrel, n tliscontlnuancc w.ts
noletl by plaintiffs counstl, and judgment con
fessed. 1V0 evMencc was put in. Messrs.
Preston and Uussct actcil in.Uith cases for the
prosecution, and Messrs. V O. Smith and h.
. lluirstou lor the defense, lolloumt" is n
copy of the summons in the civil case referred
In the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Idand.
July lerm, S3 Atllon lor I,ilei.
John Klchardvon v. UoUrt (Irieve nml Alatau
o the Hon. A, P. Judd, Chief JuMite of the said
hupreme Courl and Llianccllor of the Kingdom :
'1 he undf nicnetl. folm Utchardvon. of WailiiLii. in
Ihe lI.i ih! of MauL n native Hawaiian, cliim rr
Koliert t.iicve ami Alatau I. Alklitun, of Honolulu, tn
the Uland of Oahu, fgreignem, the num of five thou
-.and dollar, for injury done 1 the said defendant to
the character and feeling of ihe plaint 1 IT, Tor that,
wherca., at the lime of thccoimnitlnitf of the grievance
hereinafter mchtiourd, the plaint iff wai, ami had lieen
fur Mine time, and Mill it, detmty shcriif of the district
of Wailuku, In the Hlandof Maui, nforeaid. And on
the fourth ilny of April, iESj, the difcndanti, at Huno.
lulu, in the Uland of Oahu, did print and putluli, or
caue to le printed and pu Mi died, in a certain hcMiu
iwr called the Hawaiian (laiette, pubhdicd at Hono
lulu aforesaid, of and concerning the plainUtT. in hi
t.aid office, the fal-e, maticlou, ncandalousand defama
tory word aud matter folKmirit; that I to ay.
TtltiAtt.kAN STAltLKS OS MAUI.
Kilitor Oarcttc: Kxoonent notlre-i snine artirlA In
the native pajer Ko Hauaii I'ae Aina of laUweek,
wiucii appenamto tne many titled ticputVMienil ol
.Maui. One of the article, evhlently written by a
fiivud, assume to clear up the maligned public charac
ler of that much written alwut olhcrr. 'ihe other arti
cle, on the contrary, aKTM:4 the private character of
Ihe 0 foresaid, in lhar, he lias taken to hi fireside a frail
female, wlioe ircviou nomadic habits have acquired
for her a reputation unenviable.
Ordinarily, no notice would le taken of Mich events,
but when a public officer ,xs the tbenlT. who duty it i
to at tent Ju-t irnch olTcnden, elects to break the law. it
la mtcMiun a to whether hi private character doe,
not become public protieiiy If not miinformed, the
writer lclieve there 1 a Uw to the effect, that no one
livinu an unmoral life can hold an office of trust under
tin government, and certain it is he cannot hold a
license to practice law.
1 tie menu i) article read somewiiat ihul) : "Ihe
leputy Sheril) of Maui ha been to Honolulu to be ex.
amined a to certain charge against him of malfea.
mice in office, in accepting bribes from criminals; on
crones ami nation, itwaftcen, that the charges as to
lus accepting bril wa without foundation, but not as
to hi privite life. On it 11113 the evidence laid be
fore the Marshal und Police Judge (which one? and
vthenn, it uns shown tliat ihe money s.ud lo have leen
given htm a brites had lieen passcil into the coffers of
I lie court. 'I"hcrefoie. the one condemned in the nubile
4acrft i found clean and has nothing to be ashamed of
as a government oilitcr.
ine writer ot tli above was mi extremely anxious to
i it. M-is.iis.llt slt.lt 11 sjimri ts.srsj it 13 f ft.., Itlsa. ts.lt-
u st Ices hold court only in places accessible to the pub
iC, and )et we find no records of any such trial. Also
it aptiears icculuir that the prowrty given a brilics
tvliould have got into the coffers of a court, where fines
and costs only are put.
Perhaps thiswtmld account forarcmirk of the at
toinej -general, mi. ; "the amount received for fine
and cost from Wailuku, have more than doubled since
the apisointnitnt of an auditor general. Iti quite a
iclief to liave one's anxiety allaxed in this manner.
Its.. ata.th. l-stta tn.i..tiA4 ikavftt.. IS ftf.n.4.M rnl
. a.V Ut..IH.ttl t.j.stliuiliw HlSIStlJ 1ST IIIIIIUvlIC tllfSI
immte to Ihe plaintiff that lie was cuitiy of the olTensc
of aUutter, anil that at such uHicer, lie had recci.eil
money at hnlie from some jxrsor. or erons lo screen
tuch erhon or person from liutiislimcnt for otlense
committed b) litin or them, and that in consequence of
fticli alleged adultery ami accepting of tuch 1 rites, thfl
plaintiff uat unfit and unnorthy to hold his said oilier,
and should he dismissed therefrom.
All which the plaititirt attract was done in contratcn
lion of hid private righls under the lav, anil to the
damage of the plaintiff. (
Wherefore the undersiirlied nsks the process of this
Court to cite the said defendant lu appear and answer
this his complaint lieforc a jury of the country , at the
nest July term of this honuiable court, unless sooner
disposed of by judicial authority.
Dated this titltdayof June. iSSj.
(Sinned) John UiciiAUtisoK.
Honolulu. Oahu. tt.: And now comes lohn Richard.
ton, the plainlilf in the aLwva ciilitlcd cause, who being
duly sworn, depose and savt, that the several allega
lions contained incite foregoing jictilion are true.
Subscribed and sworn lo lieforc me, this i ith day of
June, A. I). l!3t. (Signed; llmHV Svillll,
I'cputy clers 01 the supreme court.
Wednesday, July 1 1 ill. Mr. Clarence W.
Aslifonl, luisine prcscnteil ta the court letters
nfileniiation from the king, anil his credentials
has ing been previously examined and ap-
nrim-u uy tne courl, uas auniiiieil to practice
in all the courts of the kingdom.
Same day. The case of Anna Jacobs s-.
II. Cainpln-ll, damages claimcil at $2,000, for
malicious arrest, sv as trietlliy .1 mixed iury.
J, L. Kauluknu for plainlilf, U.-1'. Ilickcilon
SAIXr JAU'lS fUU.KUK.
The frst annual examination of Saint Louis
College, in Kaiuakela, near Siniths bridge,
was held last Wednesday and Thursday.
under the direction of His Lordship the Ilishop
of Olba, I'athcr K) Is ester, president of the
college, l-atncr t,lement, .Mr. James Donnelly
and Mr. H. C, Steward.
On Wednesday Ihe examinations weie in
reading, selling, geography nnd arilhint-tlc.
On that day, also, a dialnguc, "The Mer
chant's Dilciilina." was actetl by Masters
rrank rosier, Aithur Khodcs, Christian Con
radt, James I.lojd and 1'raiils Jtcrtlcmann.
Mngtng liy the school was also given.
On Thursday reading, grammar, Ijlin ex
ercises, bible history and a comical dialogue,
entitled, '.'The (arammar Class," in which
Maslcis Charlie New mann, Ceorgcand John
Neil), James Aukai and James Kabuokalanl
King Kalakaua was present Thursday, and
his sister, 1'rlnce.s Ljdia, cm )ith dajs. lie
twcenoncand twohundretl slsitots were in
Siiccial excellence was evidenced hv Master
ndwaid McCorrislon in the priuury dt-part-incut,
for good conduct and faithful attention
to studies. In writing, Master John I'oepoe
carrieil olT the honors of all Ihc school. In
the intermediate department the general
scholarship of Master lames l.lojd i worthy
SK-ci.il mention. In hit I.itin studies, Master
Aithur Kliixk-s sIikmI first.
A feature of the examinations was the pro
ficiency in counting of the pdnuiy pupils
most of them under seven, ami some as )oung
as four, 'Ihey counted by ones, by twos, by
fives, by tent, and In wtious other ways, so
rapidly and so nccuiaicly as In win iiuite a
storm of applause from a delighted audience.
When Gialiol, .Michigan, Lrsan la le tils
IuiIk.i1 liy iloncert, aqil hail its first justice
1 .f the K-acr, a f.innci nanicsl laim stalLctl
llinv inilci n ss-cuitr a ssaiiant agalmt a
nrlhbor nainct) Mcaslum fur assault ami la.
triy. To tase tlic cim.ulilc a sis-mile nip,
the ilcfcnilant ssalkctl In with the pUliillfl'.
They cncountciol hlshunnr just leas !( his
liouvc ulth a cun on his, shnulilri, ami Dasistm
hallol himssiih "(Squai', 1 want a w attain
fur 1I1U man for stiikin' me," " I'm fn an
assful huiry ciime linivHiniw,'' "So'mlln
a hunyi ami I'm jjoin' I1 haie a raisin' to
inortcr." "Mraclum, ilisl jnu.hlt him?"
"Vet.'' "Dasiwin, tlM you sliile baeV.?"
"No," "Misicliaui, svoulil )ou lather vtmk
fm Klin this! ttayt than (jo to fjaolf"' "I
gtusst ao." "Ami that will satisfy you, Dasi
son?" Vc.'4 Then make Harts (m heme.
ami iloo'l liothci uie further! My son has
just cutue in !0i the news that ail oUl lar
ami thiste cul aic up ne o4.l K'h tlovsn ut
the. tagr; of the slaabfeg, ami I'm goltvg In have
stMBC MtU-tSMM H H IWwla lW MStK til MKaW
'fats. C'sntrt'i aJiouisstt)."' ' ..
1 will fVII al thibhc Anrtlisn on
Thnratlny, July i, nt 10 A. M.,
O.N A ClU'lilT IO IMF rtt.MlK,
A Wnll iJoUrlnd S(ocl( of Nvv aoo.la,
HT Sttrilrsli, CI1 s
risr. I'lu.M.i. luisii i-oi'i.iNS, vr.t.vrrrs,
lll-MK SII.K CKCI'I',
nunw.N ami wiiii r. cono.NS
(Itest i)italilie and lrsnits),
lll'.t) aiCKINO, I.KNIMS
SI1.K and LINKS IIANDKLKCIIICrS,
French ami Kntlish Mrrinn. tUrV ami ixsksmli
llleathetl IrWi Linens,
f.i.r.i. m..L.i. it . 1 .
swniii7rin iijsiisv.ci t m iri
B 4 i ftml irv Vnerilng,U4-ihetIaiHt trttUMthmll
IAdie Jtht ( Inldtfii'rV LaMiitirre Shahf
31 lm Ami .Villi, plain ami lirwradeil, Llk andefcldredj
ijhiim ami 1 luiiiren lln-iry.
Ifal nml lUm,
(Jrntlfmeu' While and Colored Shift.
MHN'.S and VOUHIS4 CI.OMIINO,
A full line c.f
;Mlrmn'ft ami CMMren' HOOTS and SHOES,
A variety of SeaUlin Hug, etc.
TrrtM-. at Saiic
150 1- I'. ADAMS, Amtionfrr,
pXUCUTORS SALK OF RBAL HSTATB.
11V ORDER OP F. A. SCHAKFr.U, F.f g ,
T1IF. F.STATF. OF M. 1 UOSK, DF.CKASKI).
I will Sell at PnMic Auction on
Thurmlnjr, July 2Cth, 12 o'clock Noon,
AT MY StrittttOOU,
THAT CF.RTAIN PIF.CF. OF LAND
With the Twotorj lit did ing hereon, ued ai n whwl
wrifiht nnd cirriiRe t.hup,
on kino siiuurr,
1 let ween the iirenmet of Utfti and Ahee and the
UUekmit!i blu-ji of Whitman & Wright.
The tireiimet will lie offered MiM?ct to a le.iw datfd
April t, t88i, for i )-nr. at a monthly rental of
$5" pavnMr In advance.
i ne ior n.na iromaj;e on miij; itrret oi 99 icet ami
8; frrt drpth.
For fuitlur partictdart ami plan. np ly to F. A.
Schaefer, F.v.t or
H. P. ADAMS. Auctiniifer.
OOK SALE! BOOK SALE!
Satnrdayf July 14thf nt 11 A. M.,
AT ALKSROOM, I WILL SKLL
A Small Colloctlon of Valnnblo Booka
From the Iihrary of a gentlemin about leaving
the country, in put at follows:
roniKV.-aoth of Oold, Chaucer, Pope, Hood,
Mrs. SpoflbnJ, (Seorge Arnold, ISuUer, I. (J. Holland,
Joaiiuin Miller, Swinehunie, Whitman, lUlwin Arnold,
Kolrt Ilrow nine's comulete ttoetical uoiLs. o volume.
STANDARD I.1TERA1URK. WaTier Scott's
Lives of Nov clivn and Dramatists; Money and Meran
ism of Exchange; Isons in I-ogic; lectures on Art.
Art Life and 'theories; Mr) an Waller iVoctor; Curtis
H0iLi;t lluniphrey! Coin Collection Mamul, vol.;
Four Coin Catalogues; Klements of Intellectual Science;
Second 'I hoiiftl.t, vol.1 kiclmrd CoUlen' Life, liy
Morley; Hattan's Coitiiutional History of KncUm;
American Men of Letters; Hjjiatb, by Charles Kings.
Icj; Mcimries,(by Field; Ilicon's Ijisas; Familiar
Ouotftlion: Cut ioilies of tlm Law Reiiortersi! Dirt inn
ary of (Quotations, rarejTIiackeray's AliscelLinics; !d-
win irooti; uncie Kemus; tin t Jiarlei works, com
pleie, 3 vols.; International Iaw, Woolwj ; American
antiunion; Origin of iSrcies, Darwin; lhe Scarlet
Letter; Jerningham Journals; Moths, Ouida; Ten
Iliousand a earjAfred Hacart's lluusehold (nut of
print), rare; Lt)moloiicaI Lnglish Dictionary, Vaihek;
Maclean's Horace; Cicero de OlTicis; Si iters and Sum
er trench Dictionary; P. Vinjeli Maronio Aencia
American Statesmen, s vol Iut Utneil
the Chnstun Vcar, Kebler juvl issued
r.npusnihes, ,r, Just issued
Imitation of Christ, A. Kempls Just Issued
From Ponlapo) to Pesth, Aldiich just Issued
An assortment 0 Hooks in Frtnch.
A LOT OF PAMPHLF.TS.
One Ijirge Hook Shelf, wilh drawer.
One Small I'oolv Shelf.
M9 F.t P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
NE HUNDRED AND TEN DAYS
O. W. MAOrARLANE k Co.
orrEB rua saib tiikcakco or thk
Eztrctnts Iron 'Clipper Skip Skasndoa
.NOW llEINn LANIIKII
IN EXCErriONALLV FINE CONDITION,
cnNsisiiya or rise uses or
I'ORTAIILF, 1 RAM WAY,
SHE HI. RAILS,
HA Is ami SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAU lie
aiL or which "lit. ot orramn
To th Trssstts oh Ttsry rssastassM X
pNTBRPRISB PLANING MILL.
n; Fyar Smssr, Hoxoitu', II. I,
C. J, Hardy and H. P, Btrtclmann,
CONTRACTOR!, tststi BUILBERS,
PUnln SnapinK, Titmin,
Rsvsul tsa4 Scroti Sawiaj,
Doers, Ststk, BUstU, Dmc
s4 Wlatw Fntsssw,
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
AU cailct t MUd ut tWl Btauai; and JuWag fasssssaly
alimUsI w. aiswUwtT taasl la vr paura srtikwl
mAA ,sMIMM lm -! aSwftc .4 al..alal. m!l
sHtstMsHWBWsstsM, j. HK0
KUSSESI TRUSSES I
IKIJSSES, IKIISSlS. IKl
1 RUSSIA riHISSKS. TRt
ho m,i st r.n a 00.
Has just rtcrivrd a latsr. tnrotce of
The Cnlebrnteil Ctsllulolil Tmst.
I'lascT most tmi raCToav.
WE IIAVE S1TCIAL FACILITIES
For AtlJnttlnK TruMna.
HOLIilSTER St CO.,
Cor. Fort ami Merchant ttrrrts .ml 59 Ntinami strrrl
llimoiitl', II. I.,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Consisting of the unrivalled 1'aris Steel
The Mohne Sltel Kreakers, and rurrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Hows all sues Plan-t. Jr.. Culti
vators. Out Sctaperr,
John Doere'i Ganfi Plows,
rianters' Hoes of the Ixst mates,
TIISSIONS' CKLKIIKATr.I) CANT. KNIVKS
made to order. Ames' Shovels and Stuides,
Garden Hoes, Canal 1U trows, Ox
allow , Voltes, Chains, fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Snerm Oil, Cjhnder, Lanl
ami Jvern&cne Uil, 1'criect
Luliticators, 1'lumlago, Al
bany Grease, l)ts.tons and
S. and J. files, all sies and
kinds. Steam l'.iclitiKf, Hat
and Round India Kuldier,
Asbestos and Soap Stonr,
Mas: lacking, liulu KuH
ber Host, ft toaim.h, l'tiei
ami Couplings. Nuts and
Uutts, all sues, Cold pressed
I Hack smith's, l.mrii.etr'i and
Cartenter's Hammers, Piiw
(.utters, inches, 8 inch to
31 Imh, Am ils, Vices, 'lulw
StraKT (In ml atones, Itest
Strrl. lluildcrs' Hardnare,
atl kindsand t)le. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and tailed. Small Paints in
Oil, In largo variety. Dry
Paints Umber, Venetian.
Red, Ochre. Mrtallic. Ac,
Whiting, Geriikin Wimlow
ais'td sles, Manila Rope
No. i and a Flour, No. i and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China andJapanTeai.
Oyster. Clams, Salmon. Lobsters.
Finest Table Fruits front the Factory.
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk.
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES:-The lii
rtr Krran Oil, Mrfn'a Vm
tttfittjitl J,tn(ntjt 14 Inch. ItHttliei
firlnf nml Vanrtta Strtthf just at
band,Blake Steam Pump Valves.Pack
Ing. Ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Juke or
Molasses, Irrigating A Vacuum Pumps
Weiton't Patent Centrifugals Complete.
ALSO OH CONSK.NWttNT
California Hay, IlatUs, Potatoes. lUrrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mlitutt for Ilollers (
and Striiiii Puses, vvrv chrau. Kent Wire
and Staples, Uaivanlicd Roofing,
Wilcox and Oibb't Automatic: Sinerr Manufanurinff
dmipany. Assortrd: KtiiiinlMi tMnmi). I'almlyt
WiltiM Macliiiirt, ih. Utl atsurtntrnt to I fuuiul,
and at DoMain 1'ric.t.
N.s Goods by .ry arrival from Bagland, Nw
York and San Francisco.
1 Mtrw Travctlaa Easgam, H-laona tsanrssr.
(Ird.rtfiumlh.ubc- IiUcdttlUd al ll.il Kaltt i
N.l iluor lu llassf'ld ft Us't.
Iluiwliilu, II. I.,
dvtvaapUa CtsrrU aSstUtUr
Of tli. Hawaiian liUndt. All kind of Rrpalrlnc and
SA hl uukUijr tuil wi ti,. huiu iiiiiuc ui
(i(4f. Al tbl lUatliiliiMM Imms ai.
I, lb !!UsatBtilbVdpaf1Btal all ftutk will b. lurnfd
ou(Mtli4lulur, aaMtlJUftasss, try rutttiatt
W. dsi net cwJUu aiwukas la CaniaM and Uiflr
aialdag aaau4rd'. taidt Um aatr IM U a
Ottf Utaai StusvtW of It niananatilt far layli'iit I
OMaM tf-s- fkitZJkm Mtsatssttiss SSMtitst sasTKl vT I
Pacific Runnni paint,
MlXr.l) UKAI1V IOR USK
air owr. ism arrtv it.
Han ihn Pnnlfln Rnbbnr Psslnt,
Dunthlt, Clfiiy an.l Fttnenlmt.
SMNiracri'sth nuiy y
WHITTIEK, l'ULLER tt CO.,
Ami for sal. iy ih linponlnt hwnrt of llorralula
i'ul up In s, t, )l and ;f.jlln can
ami i Iti and t Ititin.
II tll rmt r, ftrl of mmV. Il Is mad. of in
NinilHiiMiMliHilii 1'i.sm.r WMl. 11, O.W.
or Zine, (.lire l.lnsrn (J, anil (rnuin. rl, cnrnMnfJ
hh a ttroii! oliton of tht bttt India KubUr.
PlmiPor Whltts Lonil.
We iiutanlr. ll.ii l.ct.l in 1 a tlilrlly ,tt turMt,
nur. CailMnaia of l.d, iroiind In rtii.rrinrd l.lnur.l
Oil, ami it It tolil mbn:t tn tliemlral analrilt and tht
I'lONIT.R Willi i: I.KAI) I. manufjttuifd in S.n
Ilanclsm, anlr lirr. fitsh, anil can I oUaintnl
promplly anl In.iiuanlir as oanlrd. Ill fttthn.tt It
teunumical, In lliat lb. oil In lilch it it Hound It not
toaktd Intn the .noitof Ih. iaekKrs, and consrqu.ntly
Ih. formallnn of "sUns" Is asoidril.
Tht MONr.KK Will IT. I.KAII It , Il
nn.r ground than any otlur In ihlt maiVrl, ha tuixiior
"., ". ......,. i'i.'iiiits, mint ll Wlllllllll .n ntiiti.
It it iul up in S-1't So-"1, lon-fcaml ltB,Vrgt-,ln
itH-Kiand tjltilln iils, ami In tmall tint from l-IMo
A full supply I ronsiantly ktpt in ttntlt by Ih.
Mholcsal. houws in HONOLULU, lit njioin . torji.
ally rerommtnd intrnilin); purcbastrs,
WIIiniERCTULLER ft CO.,
Corrotlfrs of Whit. Ld and Manufarlurrrt of Mlaid
I'ainii, Colots, Varnishts, ami ii Whllr,
And Imrmttrt of Frrncli and IltUium Wimlow GtM,
SAN l-KAKCISCO, U. S. A.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OFIT.K FOR SA1.M,
From lh carROM of the Gl?nlrvie and othtr raccnt
sessclt. tht followinil
'Dry Goods and Clothing :
I'rintsof the htest kt)ps,fast cotursj
lllue Denims, Itmun Linen Unlls,
W hile Croulon Sheeting,
Hortuck's Ixng Cluihs, U'alerjwoof Tweeds,
Totls and Toweling, tltass 'luwels,
Table Cloths, ratio NapUnt,
Pnre Llnena. Shawle, Dreu Croode,
(renadlnes, Wluie and Colored Silks,
Colored Satins, (irass Cloths,
Artificial Mowers and Feathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Table Covers, woolen. Colored Satternsand Crapes,
Fancy Mltture nnd lllue and Oray-f lannets,
Victoria I -awns, llrooks' Sko Cotton,
Itlue and hlte Check I.Istados,
F A N C V D RE S S O O O D 8
Fancy Plaids, Re call a Shine, Wool Shifts,
While ami Colored Cotton Shirts,
Fancy Scarfs Pilot Reefers,
Men's White and Itruwn Cotton Hair Hose,
Ladies Ho, Men's Keadyinade Clothing,
Indies' Hats (white, Mack and fancy straw),
India Kubber dials, Caiesand laggings,
Klueand Cray Horse Ithnkets,
Woolen Hlankets, atl sies colors and weights;
Vrtrrt Carjtrtm, Vrtrri ttHtfn,
Vrlvrt ttitit TnprHtrtf Door Mnt.
A A. 11 ...... -1 rst'uil i-w tssvrti- a
- iuii ttiMiwiiriii i jr.ai ir.ii.ti a anu ijs
IHl.S S'AUDI.KS ; alvi, .Saddles Cor I toy. and Girls,
snd a few ,
jockw s.t milks j
1IKIDLKS, Saddle Cloihs and Chamois Skint.
Sugar Bog, VUx38.
Coal Bags, 28x37.
Rloe Bags and Twin.
tinlrnnttrtt Vitrruytitrtl Hoofing t gauge),
in G, ;, 8 and 9 feet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHKRS.
Annealed r ence ire, Nos, 4, s, 6 and T, ami Slaulci;
Gahariued Iron llnckets, all sues;
Galvanieil Garden llordertnc and Netting,
'1 mned Iron Sjuieuns, atl Mies;
Teakettles, real Jajan lllacklng.
Vttvinu Jh'hks ami Uurtlen Tilt,
Iwn Seats and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SET
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy (llatt Flowtr Slandt,
Fern lUskcIt, tic,
PORTLAND CEMENT KIKK HKICK5,
tfrrrioof Hull hhiI Murk Hall, Ml nr; f(
uinl llullnl Off, H'urrral.rMattr.
English, American and Hawaiian
three, fit and seven yards Jong
TOPSAIL SHEKT CHAINS.
Adml,.lly irst, tlitt V, Vj, ,', and .
I'OWELL OUKFKVN STEAM COAL,
I Maa HHaaaWAaaSaaSaaW
ENOI.ISII LfATIiKK IIKLTINO, f.n "j'loi..'
il hi icnaHtt 16 and il liitr yard.
H.d FUi.1, KJisasJ Num
Hailroad b4k.s Ut wallft. s
Oat MU'Huru ffr 1'ar.atW Jrasasitlf,
AU. Urn mHtrat J"tvr VnHtml
svsir THKO. H. SHVIMi CO.
TO Lll-n Kumik Ktaatsss itataf, rmiilallaaj ttf
snta kuw, lavtasn, Uia,' Irt.mn,., it
rUtttkAsM., tl.Ll., srtwtciwias, aaal VtSMtSaatas,
lasjtttn as w rtts ssttM, m 11 JLuwa tH. Ssf
& aaal fyj ystaassMtssstsaT,