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SATURDAY. AUOUST u. iMj.
I'nbtlratlon aflicr fra At 4 Kaahmnana sttrrt i Rd
ilMial inm at o Pitt tffft.
Snbtcrltif t anJ AdTfitlier will plMSf address
TIIOS O THRUM, IVibllih.r and Proptlcter.
All matter IW the Saturday I'm ahmiM he
ad.lirwl te the " SATOKDAY I'KHSB."
Adeeitlsements mull b lent In by Friday noon.
N limrtkm far the' rturrnt stne tan be Riiaran.
tent whe 11 sent In later Ad.rttlif rs will mark
th nnmber of Insertions dettrrit, from which date
they charge: any not so matted, will be- tharsetl j
lmiliH.r(ihimn advertisements, fnts and tarn
type wRI ml l admitted Into pur roliimmi
neither will ft ilTfithementab admitted Into "raad
ini enlamns at any fiUr Ths rules will be
MKhllT adhered to.
Nolle ol any events of Intrrett transpiring on
the other Islands will always be thankfallyietetTrd
fiii pnttNratlon. Correspondents are requested, tn
append their true name lo all cpmimittlcationtt,
not for publication neeestatlty, but as a guarantee
that the writer Is attlnn In Knl faith.
hen r' lleU cnln cnmlna; ?
Die Klnjio Mllnl for Yolinliirn. lt Sim
1U1 She ami her crew will lw nihmtil.
AknrotM Ijnlff", I. O. (i. T., will give ft
. uilal V. XI. C. A. Hall next Xlrmrln) niRlil.
The Anglican Church Chrixikle fur August
i- .ill. In an atllcle imlmtintt life iieiv
humane octet)', ttml iiiikIi intrirnlrtg church
Tlie W. II. DinmiHl ImmtjM over fort)
three head nf fine imlnMli, lwie, mule ami
cmst, the ioieity of Xlt. Netlcr.
A Mmjih1et wntalttlni; a full accntint nf the
lilielsnit agtlrttt Ihli scr will I on sale at
the newt Jllii'U the latter ntt nf neat neck.
Tiirty twekam ami alxmt thirty letter were
sent liy lire Xlaripim as the lint output of
the Weill, I'aign & Company's espies Imvl
nc In I hit city.
A hamlaoxic lticr lnl;e nml an cnamclcil
lull vv ere presented Id S. M. Whitman, newly
lxtl captain of Ktiginc Co. No. I, hst
Mr. C. K. Miller, formcily with S. I,
I.i-vry & Co., uioccri, ami .Mr. I A.
Stuckley, rcccnll) einplojctl in A. V. Itich
a til urn's clothing store, left on the Xtaripovi
for a Itylng trip to the coast.
The KInau, the new Intctislaml steamer,
Imilt for V. (',. Irwin .V Co., ami transfcrri-il
to Wililei & Co., vvns cticclctl to sail from
Philadelphia on the 10th instant.
A feature of recent "journalism" in this
jwaccful town lias liccn the Interest ilisplajxil
iiy two of the jiapers In a few- American hecp
tent to Australia.
l'.wtor Cruznn came In from Kancohc last
Thurwlay, looking at luown as a lierry ami as
lusty as a Nevaila muleteer. He ami his
family are enjojing Ihclr vacation.
On the 31 Instant, .Mrs. Mary Domlnjs,
mother of (Jovcrnor Oominis, was eighty
) cirsoid. The lady ami her immediate family
received many sincere congratulations on the
lMilie IjIiic, son of XIr. ami Mrs. K. V.
1-Tine. lmvc a nluasant hirthdav mrtv last
Saturday, which was attended hy over fifty of
ins piajimows, wno nan a jolly good time.
IMdie was eight ami all of them ate,
Hawaiian Inlge, No. 2t, presented XIr. I'.
A. Schaefcr with an elecanllv desiencd and
fashioned treasurer's jewel, as an earnest of
inc appreciation ol its memlicrs, .Mr. hchaercr
having liecn for many jears its treasurer.
"Some laborers have licen at work on the
other side of the Pali road for some days past,
putting ill loose rucks and friable earth for the
next hard rain to wash nut," remarked a
visitor from the Waimanalo side. " Tor some
must work ami the rest ny taxes; so runs the
Mr. John McKeague, owner of the trolling
stallion King William, has gone lo the coast,
taking tlielior-.c with him. It is said that a
long price was olTcrcd for him, which Mr.
McKeague has concluded lo accept. The horse
lias sired some fine Irutting stock ami the coast
jieople want him for breeding tioticrs.
Mr. Charles Michiels, has opened on the
northwest corner ol Alakcaaml King streets,
an establishment for the sale of fine laces, of
men's clothing and of various dry goods and
furnish articles for both sexes. .Mr. . Michiels'
spcchlly is fine laces, and the ladies of Hono
lulu Might at least to sec them.
Duhon Willis, of the Kpiscopal Church, left,
lry the Australia to be gone scvual months in
l.nglaiul. While alncnt, the bishop will le
married. He will also endeavor to collect
further subscriptions for the erection of Saint
Andrews' Citluilr.il. In the meanwhile, Mr.
I leghorn, Mr. Davie and Mr. Mackintosh
will colli ct in Honolulu for the same purosc
Ucs. CIcorgc Wallace, of the Kpiseojial
Chuich, hat liecn just n )car in Honolulu.
He will picich to-muirow at Saint Andrews'
pro Cathedral an anniversary sermon. Ilya
strange contra-colncwlence, XIr. Wallace is
now the only Kpivcnjal minister in Honolulu
paiivh. Three or four weeks ago, six or seven
clergymen weic together in the chancel of
The carelessness of some of the bullock cart
drivers is provctbial. Out towards Punahou
they have done considerable petty damage by
scraping the paint from fences, knocking down
sidewalk posts and the like. As a rule, ills
unsafe lo drive oxen while sitting in the cart.
It seems rather hard that bullock drivers
shoidtl walk, while other teamsters tide) but
I hue scemt to lw good lea son for it.
In Algaroln Lxlgc, No. I, I. 0. G. T., the
following ofiicsrtwere installed last Monday
evenings W, C. T., Win. Claik; IL II. S.j
Mist Cokanc; L II. S,, lames McGuite, Jr.j
V. V. T., Miss K. Ick; V. S.J. II. Haicj
XV. T., II. Uinmcrson: W. V. S., It. !'. Ilur
gextS W. -l I. McUutre, Jr. W. I). M.,
.Miss Klla Hart) W. 1. ., Hank Xlayj W.
O. C, Joseph McGuire; Chaplain, N, ',
There was an "aw fully nice time " at the
ltelhcl social a week ago last Thursday night.
Not a full attendance was present, but enough
of the light sort of people were there lo make
the evening a delightful one. Mrs. Stack and
Mix. lMwaid Damon sang a duct, .Miss Kale
I.clt sang a solo, Mils Carter read "A Night
of Honor," and Mr. William Kinney read a
clcvetly cxpuigatctl vcrsonof the "Luck of
Uniting Camp?' Ami there was tome guttful
Coincident with the presence In these waters
of Ilia JapancM; war vessel Klnjio is the
notable collection of silk fabiici and cablnst
ami building woods sent from the Jaiianese
government tn our own, through the .Minister
of the lmH.'iial Japanese IIoumtIioIiI, ami In
tended fm the llawatiaii National Musruiii.
Accumpaiiv tug the collection liameil uie a
nuiiuVi, of lieauliful phologiapht of Japanese
scenery ami l.icalltlcs.
" How do )on do, your etrelUncy?" was
the "gag," "on 'change" during last week.
In view of the i'imvctUe near and sweeping
shange in the lioLcn down cabinet, it was
jKihlic lo try ami keep "In the swim." Si
weather. wise wags, donning obtcpiloutiicsi,
were laming ami scrajilng to nuiclunl ami
professional, lu artisan ami express drlicr, In
men anil In the fathers of men, to native, to
luole and lo pake, saving to each i " Aloha,
CaiVonel Xlacfjibne, when recently In ten
don, Iwught himself a dinner service thai hat
11.4 often been t.ualed for licauty, ilchness
(nut g.I laste in motlcin inanuf.uluic. The
dinner t nice proper, which it four courses to
Iwinti-fiMir pciunis, it white, with pink and
gold tracery. Including the colonel's iiiduvjijiii
on rich piece, lint dnseit Kit Ice, also of
tmrtil).(.ui iiiecci, has 4 cicani nitor giouml
ovu which tl.mcisai.l fiurl-woik Udcl.catcl)
kkl, Acnwiuii)ing this ui is a vfiy roui
plelr set of uniipie gUtswaie.
lline U an ctrvllcut ladv In IlnmtluLn
soshHy whose IinllQiicnce to tmutc generally
4 iy 111.0 ine nrror 01 iisnry living, inc
Kimll.h actor, fur street music. On one
uccusioa the " vrai " plavwl U-fore hU himsc
41 lutltsight, and waited on him the nest
UMxnW. 'I hey were ihcnl into bis nuwi.
"Well, said the aetor, "wliat tin sou want i"
"Vc pU)l twfuie our house last nittbl,M
said llw muUeUiw. "1 Iward sou," was the
iflify. "We aic csmic fur our little giatuity,"
vitl iLc uwluliiMts iusxlrt "Wti, blc.
UW, W-i UK W'Wsr, "i iiHMgm )ou wan
to apologue f
rhr sun ide nf Ii II I Agi w, by tump
ing U m the I.ikthkr whih pimi- 'lu.Migh
the Xl..h.kai chnnnel n the li ultimo, f
moves from llnnnlntu a htdi who wasttenerilly
rslerme.1 ami liked She wis kind henrted to
a fnill, antl was one of the niosi g, ni.nl, hospit
able on.l gen. rou "f women
Semti.f John I'. Xliller was wntol nfl b)
d.lnrhmern nf (;riTjie W. lie Lne Post,
ti A K , last Satnrilajr evening. Itesnles
tiring a Lnltrl Slates sennt.K, a tety smcesn
fnl merrhant ami an Hole politlrian, Senaloi
Miller Is a retired army officer, having lieen ft
brigadier general nf volunteers on the I'nlon
Mie ihirfng the av II war,
XIr. I. II. Il.-ikln. futhter jreirsthr popu
lr nl effirkni pwiveyor of the tnei n't I bs
rtfal, has taken charge of Prdmei A 'I hatcher '
Fnrt-Mit ding sloit. I'onner plients at
the hnapital, native antl foreign, wlm have rip
predated XIr. Ilopkln's iinvaiylnc Attention
ami gmemslty, will irgtrt I hot he has ItTl lirs
fnrmer pttst, while they cannnt help congratu
lating Ids ptesent emptovers.
Mr. Ceorge II. Curth, a newspaper man
wlio Infnmis the press of tins city lint he has
held iwitlons as editorial writer on several
American pt)ers, IntlmUng the Waslilnolon
t'hrontcle, the llaitfnrd Conrant and the New
X'ork llrrald, came over on a sailing vessel to
llito, thence In this twit, where lie pvuKes
to remain a few weeks, lie is now at the
Avery uncentlctnanlr Irltk was iitavedon
one of the Messrs. XUcfarlane's clerks last
Tuesday. He tides a Irfcyclc dally between
Waikiki ami the store, ami on the ihy men
tinned Itl it at the Ouecn-street front of the
store. Some would lic-wtig took (he machine
to Unbertwvn's news agency, where lite owns
wits mt to eotisldemble iinneccssttiy trouble
Ixforche recovered his property.
XIr. David XtcCartney. of llollister'a Tort
slreel drugstore, assisted by one of I he most
modest o( Honohtlan ncwp.iHi men, has
compounded one of the most giislful warm
weather drinks ew?r offctcil to lire pmheil
palate of a grateful community. This new
diink is compounded as follows: Half the
usual io.mtit) of cream to an ordinary soda
lumbler, fill rapidly with ginger ale and drink
while foaming. XIr. XlcCaitney desires to
call the new drink "gingcrine, the news-
iM)cr man prefers "gmgerette, XIr. W. W,
Hall, who has partaken of and likes the new
lievcragc, suggeststhat it lie called "gingcrade."
Several nuanraplu In one of the inncrs.
early this week, rellected unpleasantly upon a
)onng gentleman visitor to this city, who came
and went by the Xlariiosa. I'or the informa
tion of the "jounahst" who had the fat
witted imlnlelligcncc to en those paragraphs,
the writer takes this opportunity tn stale that
the so called "dude" is the friend antisocial
intimate or Senator Miller, of .Mr. Steele and
of many of the very liest jieople in California.
Ity birth and by breeding he if a gentleman.
His education and his Intelligence lit him for
the society of the " best people," here or else
where; ami his uniform courtesy and kindness
win him friendship wherever he goes.
The opening day of Xlessrs. 0. W. Macfar
lane & Co., last Xlomlay, displaced a long line
of Marcus Ward 5. Co. world-famous photo
graph and autograph albums, scrap-lxxiks,
manuscript-books, note-books and the like.
There is no other inanufacfurcr In the same
line that seems to have cairght at once the
spirit of elegance and durability which charac
terizes the goods of Marcus Ward & Co.
nlasswarc, majolica, fine china, silverware,
bronrcs, terra cotta adorn the counters in
mjri-td designs that ate as beautiful or curious
or fascinatmglv ugly as they arc various.
Uctail dealers in a great many lines bric-a-brac,
crockery, stationery, furnishing goods
owe It to themselves to visit the Heaver lllock
salesrooms of the Xlessrs. Mncfarlane.
The chancel of St. Andrews' Cathedral will
lie ready for use in alxntt a vcar, if the work is
carried on v igorously, as there is cv cry reason
to hope it will. Of the $30,000 needed lo
entirely finish the chancel, some $iS,ooohas
already liecn suliscribed. Half as much mote
will so complete the chancel portion of the
new cathedral that it may be used for services.
The chancel, when joined lo the nave of the
finished cathedral, will be octagonal. At first
it will be alut two-thirds of its contemplated
size, licing finished with a temporary wall on
the' side towards the nave, aftirwaids to lie
built. The principal stone used is from this
island, but nliout $15,000 vvoilh of dressed
stone from KnglamI will lie used for finishing,
most of it having been on the ground over ten
Considerable difficulty has lieen experienced
by the Hawaiian Humane .Society in selecting
an agent which is very natural, under the
circumstances. What the society needs cannot
be better shown than hy ipmt ing the woulsnf
an original member 01 tlie organization :
vs nat we ncel is an ayent who wi I work tor
tlie love of the cause, ami not merely for the
saliry attached to the position. Of course, if
we go io making tnts otlrcc like a jwlitical one,
there will lie a. ureal inanv aiinlicants for it.
IStit we want a man who will work and who
can tlie 'taught un.'" Certainly the society
cannot lie too careful in the selection of its
agent ; and friends of the movement need not
lie inijiaticnt if a month elapses lieforc a selec
tion is mule. In the meanwhile, the sub.
scriptionsare lieing paid in rapidly.
William il. Foster, aged 29, a graduate o
Yale College, educated for the bar, a practi
tioner in San Francisco for .seven cars. a
pialificd clcik, for the jiost two )cars cashier
of the Intcrislaml Steamship Coniiany, a
student and a gentleman, has been annotntcd
chief clerk of the supreme court, having been
granted letters of denization by the kintr. .Mr.
I-'oster came to these Islands when four years
.t.l wi.. nr. .. v. .. . . t-i'.r ,
w.m. ..mo utietii, tic wem 10 vmuorma,
studied there a ear in the college of Califor
nia, thence to ale. thereafter connected with
XIr. Milton Andros. the best known marine
lawver in San Francisco, returning to this cily
a little over two years ago. XIr. Foster has
nol sought the wsilion upon the duties of
wincn ne now is cnlenng; but that he will fill
it with credit to himself and the community, is
011; usTiii-i ui loose who know mm ocsi.
irKLUs, '.imjo ,t cos i.i:ttj-:i:s.
XIr, Andrews, traveling agent of Wells,
Fargo & Companv's Kx press, lieforc returning
to San I rancisco, called on Postmaster-General
Whitney to inquire If any objection would lie
raised by him or the government to the ex
press company's carrving letters between
Honolulu and Sart Francisco, and from San
Francisco to Honolulu. The postmaster
general replied, that to far as he could now
learn, no objection will lie made, provided
that the law which requires five or ten cents to
be prepaid on letters for each half ounce In
weight andtwocenli for each two ounces on
newspapers Is complied wilh, and that all such
stamps are canceled with the company's
stamps, with the date of mailing As the
statute savt that "it shall be unlawful for any
individual to convey any letter or letters fiom
iwrt to port," meaning thereby as a regular
biisincvv and for profit, it is proliable that the
letlcrt brought by this express company from
the United States anil addressed to other
places than Honolulu, will lie lequircd logo
Ihiough the Hawaiian mails, and will also re
quire Hawaiian stamps on litem, namelv : (wo
cents for each half ounce. As our tal laws
arc now ttndcittnod, no individual or comiunv
can engage in the canjing of Utters In litis
kingdom, i.nveiopct Willi Hawaiian stamps
will toon lie Issued by the pttel-oHiccdcpait,-ment.
and will Ik: furnished ihecomnanv. on
which will lie placed the well known maik of
vs- i r '
, , . . IS V V.
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0.1 mr voi.uuiir.
Tlie Pacific, a Congiegaliimalisl luiis-r pub
livhd In San Francisco, hat this to say of the
retiring teachers fiom Punahou; "President
W.I-Jones closes his five tears' woik with
the year. Those who aie conversant wilh the
history of the college say that It never di-1 Ut
ler work than durini? Sir. lonet' admlnUlia
lion. The seined never was so Urge, or under
men ciiect iiisctpime as now. ,Vs ancit
deuce of the anniecLvtioii of Ins 00 oils, a urit
lion, asking (he trustee to continue him in the
presidency, wat slgnnl by all Inst seven of h
students. The presentation of a U-autiful ice-
pltcliet and ijol-lctt to Mr. Jones was one if
ine inckii-nit 01 ine last cxaiuinaiUHi day. If
XIr. Jones conic In the Pacific coast, foitunate
will l that lusiiiuiton ui icainlug, or that
chuish, which secures his vert Ices I'rofesvir
Anas Pratt hat Iven tlectcd tups-iinicmlrnt
and urinciixvl of the Ohio Slate Deaf Mute-
School, an Invittuttoii wilh four hundreil pupils
ami a com of twenty teachers. Piofcwir
Pratt it admirably qvulilits) for I lilt irnio.itatit
po)ltou. While l irgn-t us toss itur educa
tional am) rvjligl'iut inltii-vts will sustain In his
pivHMittoH, wcaiclad that hit mnttiavan
Insliustor lve lesuved ll.ll ilsttivid lecwnl
Hon. MU Noyce tat already utumed to tier
borne ia Obwlin."
Tin: (triiitn m;. i.vim.
XIr. J. Williams will go to llilo liest week,
en route for the volcano ami mote views.
Tlie l!st Xlani plantation lias now lirlgat
Ing carineity ! w titer eighty arret of cane.
On the 30th ultimo, the Uosano, Captain
Swift, nrmc.1 In Knliuftii wilh a gem ral cargo.
XIr. A. Umiaof liana, Xlani, has Inqiniteil
an linglith locomotive far use on hit plantallon
At Uhtntiktta, on tlie joth ultimo, a native
ws slightly wonnileil hy stabbing In A row
with a 1. hhtaiinn.
T Im. nAI, vii.n nf f..... ....rftiu f... n
.. ...... ..... ... h..v, HIMMIIJ I1MII II "11
to llw acre, h Mng taken oil XIr. James Alex
nndcr's place, near I'afo, Xlattl.
The children of the Harm antl Xlakawan
Sunday schools gave a conceit at Hani, on
the Jh'tlt of hit monlh.
Mr IV-ttl.t (.....ll....t Xlt t .u.t.. If-.
.-... ....,,.. kin.iL.i ...... .-im ,MII lll
mosa were mariteil at Pah, Maul, 011 lite .lh
Hie Waihiktt rnilivay It ietoitcd by the
(iaretlc to lie doing a good business, although
few of the contiguous nulls me now gnmling.
XIr. lames Havsehlen it lilnc dannenmslv
ill at l.ilmlna. Doctor llrmhe ami .Mr. I . II.
Ilaysclilen have gone to attend him,
Notwithstanding the irlensant wenthrr. tb
wsnt of rain Is very much felt In I lllo district.
The sist six months have ln-cn unusually dry.
Two experienced teachers arc exncctnl
from California on the next mail steamer, to
serve In the gills' Wauling school in North
Quite n ninnlier of young men are being
drilled at Court House Hall, Itilo, inmililaiv
lacucs 10 join the gallant Hawaiian army,
In time, pcrhiis," snvsa coircspondcnt.
Heavy rains base recently ntaumled at
Kllattca. Kauai. This has liecn immh! fur tbi-
plantation i but may hivr had souulhlng to do
with the sickness of the disiricl, malarial fevers
having caused several deaths there lately,
Kilatica has hail many visitors lately. .Mr.
I'tiMicaux, the artist, nml his wife, XIr. Then.
II. I lav let and family, .uranium- tln-mmii
from Honolulu. To go byway of HII11 is
now moie pleasant than it has liecn for mmy
jears, the weather lieing so very delightful.
What sense is there In such a inrapranh ns tbo
following from the Gazette of last Wednesday?
"'I here Ins been little rain in this district of
laic, and the roads are in uood condition, but
dusty. The planters generally nrc engaged in
planting." What district, neighbor? There
is nothing to indicate it in the mere heading
Jlaual -lor .Mam Is n big Island.
There arrived at llilo. Itilv artb. the three.
matted schooner F.mma Clauilina, XIatson,
master, from San Francisco. Passengers 1
W. I. Corscaddin, XIis. lllackman and three
children. The I'lniiia Clauilina made the
pissige in fifteen da) s. She brought the rest
of the bricks for the new custom house at llilo,
and a catgo of general merchandise.
One of the writers on the Press tales this
opportunity of thanking Doctor Kmlers, of
.Maui, for a 1ms of Isabella grajies, grown at
iianukii oy inc nocior. in size, appearance
and flavor, these urapes sneak volumes for tin-
capacity of Xtaid as a granc-producing region.
in uiiiiictiion wno inc ivntcn ur)ing littsiness,
in which Doctor Knilcrs is cncapeil. be is
seriously considering the project of putting in
certain American fruits in laruc quantities.
Grapes may ortuay not pay on Maui. Hut
the experiment is certainly worth trying.
A IllltlW TltllWriU
There died tudilenlv. on Xlondav. lulv 2?d.
at her home in llilo, .Mrs. Lucy Sheldon Wet-
more, wueoi manes I link Icy Wctmorc, M.
D., aged 64 vcars.
llearesl sister thou tiast lft us,
I Ifre thy loss we dr ply feel.
Hut 'lis God that haih (refl us,
lie can all our sorrows heat.
She died suddenly, but was ready, her lamp
trimmed and burning; and is at rest now in
her heavenly home.
Mrs. Wet more came to llilo with her hus
band in 1S40, ns a missionary, and Ins ever
continued to be. She was a veritable Dorcas.
Was any one sick, her first thought was:
" What can I do?" And she carried a smiling
face into every home she visited. Those who
knew her the longest simkc most in her praise.
She has passed over Jordan Into " the prom
iscil land." J, A. M.
llilo, July 28, 18S3.
.1 ci'ftir moil 11:1 ii.i.'ixii.
The big man who was going to eat the
" Gaz." has come to the end nf his tether.
He was sentenced to pay a fine of one hundreil
dollars and costs tor taking brilxs. The case
was a scry clear one, and he bad no opportu
nity to get at the evidence to tamper with it.
The interpreter told me that five separate indl
vidualshail approached the witnesses to brita
them, but were warned olT. In one case the
witnesses were fairjed off in some unaccotinla
blc manner. Still they can be found when the
lime conies, should 1 wish to make a point of
going ancr mem.
I think tint when such an afiair occurs that
the guilty party should pay all the exienscs
which he has put others to. I would like tn see
him pay all the Gazette's law costs. It
would .nake a hole In his Ill-gotten gains.
Z. Y. X.
Wailuku, July 28, 1SS3.
.1 SKI.KCT SCHOOL roll r7.s,
On Xlonday and Tuesday, the loth and 17th
of July, XIis. George Wallace's select school
for giils was examined. A numlier of the
friends and iarcnls of the pupils were present.
The following account is condensed Irani the
Anglican Church Chronicle for August: in
history, one pupil gave a capital account of the
principal deities of the Grecian nijthology and
of the Greek philosophers ; a resume of
Lnglish hiitory, from 43 II. C. toFdward IY
then followed. Lvery fact, character and date,
was well rcmcniliereil. The second French
class did well. Two selections of French
iwctry were recited, some Fnglish was ren
dered into French, and some pages of
" Telcmaque," selected at random from those
translated during the term, were turned into
Knglish. The pupils of thelhird class have made
remarkable progress. None of them ever
studied French till last autumn. I our of the
pupils began algebra during the past winter.
Their woiklng of emulations was much com.
plimenled for Its Intelligence. As far as llicy
nave studied they understand the principles of
the science perfectly, In English grammar a
xctlcal extract was read, then parsed and ex
plained, ami then made the lasts of an ex
haustive examination In ctvinology. The
pupil have thoroughly learned slyinology,
and have begun svntax. They larse excel
lently. The geography classes began Tues
day's woik with a rapid tour of the world.
Hopping at principal points. Cornell's Inter
mediate lias liecn thoroughly mastered, Kcv,
George Wullacc examined the Latin classes.
One pupil studies this branch wilhhiiu, the
others study with .Mis. Wallace, The pupils
did well In Latin. One pupil, who K-gan the
study last February, is iwifcctly prcurcd on
cv ir thing from the alpfialict o adjective of
the third declension. The arithmetic class
was reviewed by questions fiom llie In-ginning
of the Iiook to denominate frictions. This
class will not rcmiire further tttidv of the first
part of the book, but will finish arithmetic
during next year' sessions. The liitt French
class read and translated from davit's French
Lessons. They recited fluently and without
error of pronunciation, a tilalogue of con
siderable length, fiom Kacine't "Atlialle,"
Xlany compliment! were given them upon this
performance. Kcv, XIr. Wallace, at Mt.
Wallaces icquctt, conducted a spelling match
which greatl) inleiestcd the ticctalois. Diffi
cull wuidtwcreticllwiililitile or no hesitation,
and many of the elder felt that thev could not
lute acquitted themselves so creditably hail
they luiiicqiatcil In the contest. Mis llella
Woods tiiclt down the school twice, ami XIIss
Kdilh MM once. All agreed with Mrs, Wall
ace, that the older (met requite onl)4-casl..nil
cxercbein spelling In the future. L'pon the
evening of the loth, a coutpaii) of the friends
of the tcliiail ami the jiarentt of the pupils,
gatluied in witness a play ieif.Hineil by the
tcholais. The Qucin IKiwager lionoml tlie
uccatlon by her presence. A stage lad Uni
erected In the schoolroom. It was trrycoiu
plctc, laving footlights, cuitatni, piowenlum,
skle tccui-s and laclgiound. The play wat a
very pivtly one, called " Lml Xlalapcit, of
.siooiiuiine v-avtic. 11 wat tpmiciiiy per
formed. The costumes wire exceedingly
pielty, and the whole lifeel wat toy succsa
ful, am gave genuine pleavuie to tlie spec
latots. After the iikty, two prize were
awanUil, XIis llclU WiH oMaliivM the
lirst prize, and -Mm .Maln-1 Khuile the second.
The prUc were for the best averaj; wiiae
Kvhruaiy, Marks bid ben given for conduct,
iHiuclu-ihlv. otteo.biic. older and studies.
I'lisiugti the two nauitsl Umiusd the liest,
aversg, tlurre weie several ol Ik it following
tncui very cisnciy, ana an but equaiuuj tlssm
rno r.srr.itrnisixti i.ri:ni ;ii.v.
The I 'a ihe (ommerilal Adviiuser has
add.it to the stock of Information concerning
these islands by two interviews recently held
wilh prominent ( ahfornians.
In an Interview with Senator John F. .Miller
mentioned by the enterpiislng "jmtrmlit"
who did the interviewing as "Senator 'J.'
Xliller," whiih might I Joe or Jim or Jehu
the following startling facts were elicited!
Honolulu It a beautiful place. Honolulu Ins
a fine harbor. Honolulu is well built. 'Die
house and buildings of Honolulu aic Atueii
can In character. I he climate of Oahu Is well
ndaited to sugar growing.
In an Interview with .Mr. IMwnnl L fi.
Steele, President of the Ocennlc Steamship
Conttmiiy nrsistantly mentioned by the in
teipmlng "joiunillst ' who did the retaining
ns Mr. i:. I. "S." Slcete- the following
graceful word painting is tepioduccd: "Inm
already liegliinlng to feel acclliintireil and do
not feci the hint so much. I am struck most
of all with the lieattty of llie? native women nml
the good nature and fine figure of the men.
They all seem good-natuictl and perfectly
happ), ami tcalle that the liest pan of life is
occupied In gaining happiness, and that every
ruiiion has its own way of securing it. The
week I have spent here has liecn nnejeonllnueil
round of pleasure." The last sentence quoted
is what gives the whole thing avva). XIr.
Steele is a Gentleman of education ami a student
of precision, not only in vvtitlen diction, but In
colloquial language; and those who know him
liest will agree with the writer that XIr. Steele
could never hive used o flabby n phrase as
",,M( 'rv.Mllni.n.1 ' ....... I nf ..Im...t. O
No. no. Addle 'Piter, voti can't mike so
exieilcnceil n glil ns I liclicvc that cither
Senator Xliller or XIr. Steele talked to any one
-even tn an Advetltser "journalist" -half so
bully ns joti make out. llesldes, jcni can't
esicct the public to forget that Imth gentle
men were unable tn defend themselves Senator
Miller liavini! mine to California and .Mr.
Steele to I lawali before their respective alleged
Inters lews took place.
Seriously, Aildir. is it not almost immoral
lo degrade v our profession by assuming a vir
tue )oii do not xisscss, by calling scnsallonal
ism prourcssnml falschwHl cnleriiiise. If the
able gentlemen ) 011 have so cruelly maligned
were goon enotigii to talk lo jou, itwastrKi
bul not to teiMnt them fairly; and you ought
to lie ashamed of yourself. I blush for jou.
(looi)'iiv to run' ' n.ts it.
If the bind Imvs had depended itnon their
benefit nt .Musical Hall last Monday nhdit
Jhcy would have had a meagre "scnd-olf."
ineiu not- less irrari a niimireii ami liny
persons in the house, including some guests of
lite king in the roval tax. It was a uood pro.
gramme, as follows;
uienuie ineliohltn l.ross. ..llruell
Mftrth Tannhauser .Waener
S-lcetion Nahucco. Verdi
Italka Cliarnbrrbtil Mlchlelt
Cornel Solo, Mr. .Michiels.
Selection Patience. .. Sullivan
I iikile- Klcolelto.. , ...... Verdi
Wall Remembrance vVaMreufel
.Mr. Charles Mlchlelt, In the Chamtierlain
Polka, his own comoosit oil. cave a corrfpsxiolo
which showed his mastery of that instrument
to great advantage. Xlalama, a native song
and chorus, wat given wilhgreat spirit as an
fortunately, three mends of the band,
.Messrs. W. II. Cornwcll. Cecil llrown mid
Samuel Patkcr, took upon themselves the
task of raising nn adequate subscription. A
list, headed by King Kalakaua, was circulated
among the business men of the place, result-
ui in u nei collection 01 over $050, wincn
was presented to .Mr. Ucreer in the form of n
check, at the concert, Monday evening. A
further collection was made Tuesday morning,
amounting to $70. At the wharl, Tues
day afternoon, the friends of XIr. and Mrs.
IScrgcr ami or the band were out in force.
In compliment to the " glorious climate of
California" which, in San Francisco at least,
is the most clorioiislv uncertain climate this
side of llangnr, Maine the good llergcr's
good tays wore vivid red shirts with jellow
leis around their necks. Aloha 1 said the ship,
aloha 1 said the shore ami all the echoes said
amen I -
vavaiuj: roirso jk.v.
Chief Kngintcr Iloshino, ol II. I. J. M. S.
Klnjio, so recently an attraction of Honolulu
haiUir, was only twenty-two. and looked
joiinger. All his assistant were Japanese,
and most of them were his juniors.
In order to make clear lo readers of the
Press the amount of intelligent study necessary
fiii lire thorough coitipiLheustoii of 1t1.1t Im
mense svnthctic result, a modern steamship
engine, the following particulars, compiled by
Lieutenant Iloshino, arc given :
" The engines of the Kinjio arc horizontal,
direct-acting, low pressure ami jet-condensing.
There arc two steam evjiuders 53 inches 111
diameter, the length of stroke lieing 2 feel and
0 inches. There arc two air pumps, 17 inches
in diameter, with stioke equal to that of the
steam cylinders. There are two feed and
bilge iniiniK, 4 5-16 inches in diameter and
11 11-1(1 inches stroke. The screw propeller
is a right handed common screw of two blades.
There are four rectangular, limine tubular
Imilcrt, each having three furnaces; and, in
all, Stii tidies. The holler are II feet, 2J
inches long; 11 feet, II 13-16 inches high;
and 10 feet, 1 yi inches broad. The heating
surface of tubes is equal lo 311 square feet.
The sleain pressure on safely valve is 20
pounds to the square inch ; the average hourly
speed, burning one ton of coal, is 6.4 knots."
. This description cannot, of course, do more
than faintly indicate how much the young
chief engineer of the Kinjio and his assistants
have to lookout for. The writer visited the
ship one Sunday taforc she left, and went all
through the engine-room with Engineer
Iloshino who ranks in the service as a lieu
tenant. To manage the engines while steam
ing requires only three men in the engine
room and four in the stroke hole.
Ajvart from their engineering proficiency, the
)oung officers and naval cadets on the Kinjio
arc admirably neat in keeping their nautical
calculations, some in tath Japanese and
Fnglish and some in Japanese only. They
sketch well, compute accurately and are gen
erally all that young sailors ought to be at
least so far as surface seeming goes.
Taken all In all, perhaps no mote interest
ing people than the Japanese exist ; certainly
none more Interesting among the so called
The follow ingcrowalcil, out of last Issue, is
reproduced In this liccausc of its importance!
The very Interesting game tatiwcn the Hono
lulu liascnaii t,luli ami llie Uccanics, a week
ago last Saturday afternoon, resulted in a
victory fur the former by the wonderfully close
score of 17 to 16. Throughout the game
there was more or lest errors on tath sides,
but towards the last it grew quite exciting
when, in the last Inning, the Oceanic wire
within one of their opjioncnls, with a man at
third. Eventually llie Oeeanles Inst their
game.bccausc a runner neglecting to touch the
second lute a he ran around, and was
thircfore declared out by the umpire, .Mr.
John Lishman made the crowing hit nf the
day by driving a genuine fourdsiscr a little
iigtirtn center nciii ami earning a home run.
Xlarklum, nf the Honolulu llasebill Club.
and Wall, nf (ho Oceanic, acted at pitchers
for their resiectivc teams, ami wire Latleil
aliout equally, Tlioueh the score miuht have
liecn tomew hat less on tath sides, a clox- on. I
exciting game was had, cnjnjsJjhj-.he specta-
ioia nt wen as ine ptaycrs. 11 it cttiecteil
these tun clubs will meet again one week from
In-day. There wat another good game fast
Satuiday, thouch it wat IcssclWIv ciuile-stt-d.
Die inkiest in baseUall seems to be
reviving, practice golni: on at the Xlaklkl
grounds nearly every cyming.
The .Matlinisa. havinc come, teen and con
quered, lia gone nn Jier way low aids San
riaiicuruaiui 1110 nesi rcium trip, lanen Willi
n cargo valui-d at t little over $1 t6,ux, ami
carrying a large numUr of will-known tut
tcngirt. Senator .Miller. .Mrs. Xliller and tlulr
daughter Kluined by ho Xlailpou, at did .Mr.
J, D. SpieckiL, XIr, TlMHiiat llrown, iliij
cis-ik in 111c icgutry oiiicc -lu-commnicd by
wife, hit son Frank, hit daughter .Mis. Mack
intosh, XIis. Frank lliown ami I lie Key. Alex
jtidsr .Mackintosh g.ic away on his first
vacation for Iwenly-lne yeais. Col. 2. S.
Spaulding, of Kau.il, goe over wilh hit fam
ily. Mr, K, A. Schaefcr, his, wife and child,
leave u a vacation of about two month,
.Mrs, and Mis Iahcis, who have Iven y
lioituUr lu Honolulu society, tclurn to Colo
rado. XIis. NielmU, wife of the ituipiislng
coivttrucling tnglnecf of the KohaU Kail way,
wat aUi a Wnger. Yoiing Oscar White, a
ptiiHihr clerk with i:. 0. Hall & Sn, an.1
many other wUem lunwt appssar In the
regular posscngair list left by the "butttHfly"
for more ix Ihm citrmM alMtvrat. The gusal
by 4 ll wkjif were nutty, nrbkwgtwl,
dciuouttialivD and appaiently batti ttoMic m&
It it said by those well Informed In uovein
ntent business, that Is, those who nrc on Hie
msriic track, mat n certain liigli oflii-ial will
shnrlly reslen. and Ihen Ihere will n bill..
shifting rnunii amongst the othrrs icitia)n
wno n view 01 gniiiig ni ine puiilie purse a
littler easier. Air linllrlin, sjlt nllitng.
His Fxcelluicj, W. XI. Gilison, is again
honored Willi nn extension of umier nti.l till
I low much niiisl one titct a man who it
mice inuiiii ni ine respontllile cwullve of n
iiauon. iMiijr amini, jut ummt.
Strong rumort of a total change In the cabi
net were heard yesterday IMly lliilltttn,
'I heir r.tr, lluiclcs, W. XI. Oilisiul ami J.
XI. Kapeua, were on Ihe vvliuf yeslrnlay
awaiting the anivnl of the Marlfwi. They
Imkeil a if their doom In.l nlrendy liecn
scaled. IMIf lliilltlin, III iml.vil.
'I he town it very qttlit. Kxeilemcnl si-cm
to hive died mil, nml pttplle opinion opinr
enlly jxiints In a reconstruction of the pieseut
cabinet ralher thin the f.irnintlon of a new
one. That tiny lie so, but, In former days,
change line been Vcrytiuldcn.---Itoity lliillt
lin, fth illtlMll.
The milliner of foreign affair stale lint,
after reading Ihe opisition pre for the list
few weeks, he begin to feel as If he were lung
Ing from the edge of a precipice. He It not,
however, mnptlscd lo find that he Ins been
standing on the subtlest of ground all the time.
Mr I ullcli 11, pi imtenl.
It is stated round town tint llurr- Is a dim.
culty In collecting account ngitnsl the govern
ment. Posiioneiiicntsand every formal plirc
of rctlt.ijH.ism Is used as an Instrument In defer
iavnicntt. Unc Itrni alone has bills nf $2,tio,
which ought lo tan trilling sum to a govern
ment with an Income as large a litis one has,
which it would like lo collect. f)jilv Hull,.
lin, glh imlMil.
The Gibvin cabinet Ins disrupted, ll Is .
aclly ns we knew it would In-. His Excellency,
XIr. Spreckcls, Ins put his fool down for reform
and that bold, bad man Gibvin, has been put
out. We always said m.JXiily lliilltlin, in
Iht rmtt frttly spun.
The new Imlldiiu-s arc rnliip 1111 nt I'mnlum
as ra Idlyandsallslactorllya the limited funds
ot the disposal of tlie trustees will admit, ll
would be a worthy charily lint should add half
a million to the endowment of tint useful
scit of learning.
".Mama dear, Ada won't take her physic.
I've mixed her a dose of vineiMr and sin. I.
and she say I must take some first. Doctors
never do do they, mi ? "
A very Imuaciou blockhead, after babbllni'
sometime to Lord l'rskinc, observed lie was
fearful he was obtruding on his lordship' car.
" Oh, not at all," sai(f Erskinc, " I have not
An.MlNISlKATOK'S NOI'ICi: -Ih. irndrr
sliltxrU, Itatinir licen nnnoitilril n(lminitriti-jr tit
the euate of U.I.I AM llAKHOriLi:, tlcraawd,
all cniunY ha tug cl.i!in igairui ad csiaic are licitb)
hotinctl lo ttreicnt theumc Mttliin six niontlm from ilaie,
or the j will be forcer Uirml, and alt Krrvirn EndeUtTU
to the itsi estate to make Imniftliate aincnt to
AilminUtmtor ot the estate of William llarltntte.
Honolulu, July so, i83j. 5i4t
Ol ICIU Ma!ng lircn ftl-lsointrtl (Jmrdian of M,
M ah uka- miniir. vm nf ili Ltio Al-MaiSiiL.-i. ).
ceacil, and attorney in fct for I.nkia (w), widow of
Mid M, aMihtika. tteceasrd, all r-ervonsnri; lierchyre
ijucMrti loiiciiic an niaucrs N.naiiuns loine cstjte ol
M. Malm La, deceived, with the underpinned, nml thrj
Are liCrtbv notified thlt Air. Simon lv. knai lin m. nn
thotity whatever in the tniltcr. A, KUSA.
ifiuniijin fjt M, iMalmka, minor, and attorney 111 fact
for l.uukia(w), wido of the late M. MahuL,it dc
ceated. Honolulu, May t, 1883. 142 )m
Sui'kkmi; couur ok rnn: Hawaiian
Ulandi In It-nkriilcy. In Ihe matter of the
Isankniptcy of the MUSICAL IIAI.L ASSOC I A
'I ION, n coqiaraiiuti. etc. Ilefore Mr, JitMice AiiMtn.
OftDHk uk llKAKlNf. A trillion liRvintr Wen nre.
ftenled to llm court by iMer'tt Company and CaMle
tic Cooke, of Ifiniolulii, wherein it U alleecil that the
wld MttMcal Hall AsvM.ialion 14 Indebted to uid e
t!tioner in a fcum exceeding 1 rt 'IlintiunJ Dollars,
aiKt of winch ud Mini Hie uld Muvltal Hall Amocii
lion ha failcl and refused to make tiaymcnt for leu
da nfter the same had matured ntnl lern present rd
forpa)mcnt; and 111 which Mid ixlition it l pricsl
!... -,..1 t...:i ii.ii .. 1 .. ii ' , 1
in n.iiu niiniuii 1 inn aK.Miini ie uccuimi a unilK
nipt, and thai Mith further roccrItiti;'i le had her in
as the law ma) rrijuire or lo the couit nuiyetin e
edient;nnIt naid iirtilitiiienluini; pleil nn approel
bond, cfndiiisiiril fur the ,jnieni of allcrtstkof ihe
pro reding and all iLnnaae lo ihe i.irty Jsrlitioned
a 'aiint herein In ease uul etiiioner fail to rote wul
Musical Hall Association a Isankrnpt; and an order
liain,r thereupon iMted to the Mar vital to lake pu.
M-wuii of thejiropert) And elTictt of the nald Musical
Hall AtiVKiaiiun in acronLinrc with ihe Matute in miiIi
Ca made and provitlcil.
On motion of Clarence W Ashford, &liirney for said
iwtitioners, it U hercb ordcrtd tliut on MONDAY,
ihe aoih thy of Aucut, A. I) i83j, at m tliamber
In Honolulu, proof will be heird of the irulh ol the nl
legation in wid telilioii oii.taiiett and llut ihe aid
Musical Hall Association Ik. iriiinioued then and there
to aiiear. at which time and lI.ice all cunerned ma
apiar and show caue, if any they hive, why the xaid
petition should notle granted; rind iliat a copy of Out
order be published in the Satuiday Yxtw newspaper for
mree Miccevtive UMieft irevMMi to said hearing.
NKNjAMIN H. AUffUN,
J ust ice of the Su reme Court,
Attest: Hknuv SMirn.
Deputy Clerk, act 'mc M Clerk
Honolulu, July 9 iB3j. i53-3t
Office of Superintendent ot Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, i8S,
All person having Water Privilege arc notified that
their Watkr Hates are lovable wml-annually. In ad-
tance, al th omce of the Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nuuamut street, upon ihe 1st diy of
J.inuary and July of each ear. C, Ik, WILSON,
i IV" Supertmciulcnt Water Wotls.
Intkrioh Office, April 6, i&8
T. A Lloj-d, Km)., is ihh day a planted is Road
5iilerisorfor the outer d'ntricti of the Klaiid of Oahu.
i5itf JOHN H. llUbll. MlnlMrrof lnicilor.:
A Card of Thanks.
II L J M.S. Kinjio Kuau Honolulu, August 3,
188 Mew. Kennedy K Co., Whoteiale Grocers,
HorHluhi Getittemen; W lender to jou our thanks
fji tlwj able and efficient manner In whkli )ou supplied
pur ship with your gauds while tn thlt Krt and filled
us out tyt sea. iud after u thorough examination,
coranieitd )oir houe for haj tailing frou, fitvl-tlass
goods, al rea-sonattle (ri"et and recommend, j'ou lo the
faoraUiautMratkviiif all naval vtSMli Ult ing jour
pott In need 1 mpplies. Very rtcifully
S, V HO, CaaiM,
K, VAMAMOIO, ChurfSurgrcm.
S, NAUOI, a.efl,J mauer.
i4it M. AIHAKA, Ault.taiitl'n) master.
Wells, Fargo & Company,
Ihe best Vim 11 and imM reliable Kiwcm Cdiripiiif In
(he wot hi, laorinI n ajeitcy In Honolulu fw the
trompt ami ulTiCKut dispauh of 1'ackages or loiters
from t Ik HawaiUn lUaud la (tny pan ijf the United
State or Vurop,, In whlth tl Commny IiMa'ciM-tet
or with which it males connrtlfons. 'Ihe Kinctpal
11111 lu I rcmetulterru ftUnit thu Ijumuc is, lia (he
Conany will tile lacla,fct from th Strata, Agemie
or Hesldenccsctf Il tUiroAi, AiHlJflirr thrm nt itair
destination, fr One Cuu'lEKludiii2 Insurant,,
Duly and Custuni Houte lUoktrRge, llw Cviu party
has faclUtlesfur the lranporuii"ii uf CVin unetp-ilnl
uyany 01U corrytng ruiiipanj. lit humeri LiJuu
erublesltlo secure lnumuKs al tein-f kably low raits,
Th? jrrai .uHniiioLiWttulrt mUw InitllihU can
! utidmUkftlftt gliK, 'm Honolulu Agenty J
ttte C-iiwy ) at KoUiln k Cai NStue, 'lite
agent U Mr, W, (S, A-diUy, bnx wU known front his
cotmptkro wuh tW foprctlwMMLr I'litrfiy,
ASiMietsful HouscI A 5ikh-,iuI Hou-et AmiV
In InMiiM-e uf siuxcti bi a Kciad ky f..iU' way U
HlVvHtlrU by the Ua-linj Milniiy Houm of Cluilrt J,
l"Wel, rwt KmH Utd Motel Wreeiv 11k IVJKlor
Mr, i-da has AUjuIicdtUartof liJtUiig custom. Any
IWy (mnaU Houm nws by freely atlertUng, draw (us
tuurstwti or tk; but luluiU iImtm, iu.ttjMy Ikt
tvofioMe, callsfr tlHttsrrv)witJtaJ.t ad UUrtdtiy.
CmmhIs wiHtW nuikxidown 14 HU (or w lot ll
attr iMter pMtTUTM4 Juty artkle. 1ul Utl )
of CtukjUt Kkl, Jtatlthaj; pwUVy lufMatU lh fif m
tyie 4 Uc (raiel In Ui Um, im h kd4i4 tbwtvuf h
fst 1 lluunlvdu. IImi oIu2 MiIKsmst) fSof U
Cfc-uUsJ. IwiUI, Uts HortJyla Lal, Mki li
NetfYoilu ChailM jH4l hwIm SfweiAify f Md
Uh e'er 11 store U imm U W sikl4 U ike tlv.
..rffw, ,..) , a,.,
La4m fsud GmUmuui rUiUac $ t'finsfaw iti
tnU seiy W isUe r'tni44 H m Ka &k tut Sw
tjk i No. Ijj Wwnijwry Sl Cwimt Hk- Mrs.
iT. UiWM kvia(li n J -L.1. o
f arf rirvf 1H TW11B" sVJ
li , .
r-v VALUn to Tim pudlic
w. o. a s 11 h r. Y,
OlIIIIMloill lllMIHI lt-ol(l'.
has nreNiin an aiii.nlv
for Ciitlnm llniiao llrnVrr.icf,
Hfal Htttle Transactfrms,
Aii. tlrnrral l(ul1nM,
Al KOttKKntOM Cr.'a NI!N STt)Ki;
Naa, i akihi, MaaciMHt SraaRT HomitlLli
Odlce of Wtlls, ParRn A Cn.
ItviWaatvl ANmnlt nmlf Wt.t ami aifjiKteil.
lajal IKitiininitt ut evrry iltsftttiStitra.n ujv
Anytliiiiit In ihr h-)" sH Itiivlnts"! evrtfiillir ami
promptly ntttmletl tn. . .
P. O. lloi 4)
J. E. WISKMA N, A
ltc.il Iltta'lr llrolirr, Custom House llrohrr,
Illiiptoymrnt Antnt ami (jtrtrral
Orntifr No. ; MraciiANT SttfPT ..lloHniimt.
iniFi'iKiNr, i;i I'll lln, jij.
lin only rrociilnl Uvm KsTatie llmikrii, Crarmi
llulisp ItRdKI'lt anil CfnmaI IIiisinis Al.fNT,
nil llie llawrtibit Ivl.1n.l4.
Ntrt VS i-
Krnlt ltoiiusr CoU-irm anil Kiioms, Innllp-uls of
tlotii'lnlii, Si-IUnml lxas pniMTtjnllovir tli Klni-
Annuls tn nnllnxrnttlrft at Cnvtom llimsp lij tmnrr
of nttontrv, nml oilierwlM-.
AOr.NT FOK 'I I II". llf.ST
Flro nml Llfo Inanrnnco Compnnlot
IN 1IIK WORM!
t.e&al Dottimtnll of all Dtitriflwnt Drawn,
Hills Collcctfil : Honks'ftnti Accxnlnts Arranpr,! an.l
General Olfice Work 'I ransactnl.
Onnras I'iiom Tub Other Islands Suticiren,
Mnnvfi T11 J.nmi On Flrt-Clii Smirlli.
VICKORV'S FIRESIDE VISITOR.
A Monthly Illustrated I'apcr, With t8 Cliromos.
.. . A Yritr.
UST nECElVED PER DISCOVERY,
IN i ANII BAHKhLS,
The Best for Family and Halting Purposes.
For sale in iiumiiies lo suit, h)
11. iiACKrni.n'i cn
X CANOPUS !"', ' WW
HONK MI1AI. uX.
I'liost'iiAiii mi:ai i.. 7n.
Ill quantities to mil, fur sale hy' '
II. IIACKIIXl) & Co.
I ' il I)'
- RAND OPENING 1 GRAND OPENING I
1 5 s. - V hi li'"
- 1 ., n
. ' 1- n'.-ti
; 1 t . vj .
CltANI). OlT-NINGl UKANU OI'I.NINOI
GRANIJ OrENIN&f ".(JKANl)' Ol'I'NINtSI
5kv - "
V , 4 ,jtj l)ufJf'."IWllM,
n, 1. ..-At, iit1iftwiftl3,tt,vtfi) 1
' " ' -u0 p,i'iMh ,'i- (i t
NEW GboDSl4" rNEW GOODS I
NEW coons I
NEW OOOIISI i
NEW' (iOQl fa
new fioouSr ' ' ,l
.'- .. K
- 4 4 lf-.
1 J.t i v. 1-
OHARLiEtt J.t riSKEL'8
I.KAIIIST. MII.I.INEKV IIOUOKI
l,EAlIN(t MILIINl-KV HOWE)
LEAUINO MIELINtKV IIOUM.t
Cmpm att H4l Mat W-
"RAND CKltDIT SALE.
IlV OKDIlKOr MESfiltS. II. IIACKri:l.l)ftOt.
I will vll al puU audhm, at lUIr Uerr,
On n Or nil 1 1 lo t li n Tritiln,
wnirNiniAV, iiiuiuiiAAxri fitiiiAV,
AUOUST ITidi, IK!!., nml I7lli,
CHMMWCim) AT HI A. SI. KSCU tMV,
The Largest Asinrlment of flood crer offerfd
ftt Auction In Ifonwtiiln,
IMntr rerrfiieeiriiln.-rtiilkmpf C. It. IlhliAp,
Sifr rJirrftfrW. Ilerk Cinu(M Ami wher
Ut. aii.TfiN fmft, Knr(: nml
the tiniifd ftt it in,
CONSIffriNO IN PAUT AS IOI.IOWS-
A Lnr;n Annrtmnnl of Pry Gnmlir
Denlmi, Drills, lie tings, Turkey Ked, etc.,
Hepps, Culp)urB Alpams Italian Cloth and
DrnM Oomli, Ftstinjr Priiitn,
t'tifileiJ jitens, I'otnpadoiirs, I'laids,
(!inttham, VkturU jnMn,Stin hinee.
ItiuVskins, Dingtjtuls Cwimti, Cord,
heraes, Sites! ts, Deiins, Cmimcres ric.
A Rplfindlil AfieoHmmit of Shlrte,
Sirksnnd ShKklngs, Handkerchiefs,
' Cloth In K.
I'ell, Mohair, Drill, t-bnnrl Sacks &nt I'jnis,
M (inks j and Sailor Jackets,
I. K. Coats anl IegiEinc, Carjiet Sllpjn,
Unil'Tflbs and lir.nuU,
MiawIs, 'ImvrU, (.mill,
I'ell Kutfs mid llniscls Carjiinff,
Silk and Velvet KiMuns.
Perfnmopy, Flortln Wat or.
Orntiine I'au de Cologne,
Conil, ltokmii OlaswH, Pipes,
Alhtinif, Jewelry, Walthes,
Sithltfs, Calfokins, (iirths, Stirrup IAthers,
Sugar atitl Kice ll.c. Coal Hags,
fiunnien, 1 wine, Jlutjaps,
Wou1at.k nnd 1 willed Sacking.
Sanlines, In hitf and quarter Irurs,
H. and I1. fiuits, Si car ine Candles, Wash Utile
While Zinc r..nit.
De la-iage fiU and Huutcllrau Hrandy, and
Ale ami 1'urtrr, Clarets, Clnmpagne.
Pocket and Ilntchrr Knivet, Needles,
Spoons, I lies, Spurs, fire Ch, Ktc.
a liucual cki:Dir loit good nami:s
T TERMS AT SAIiE.-ei
I- P. ADAMS. Auctioneer,
ALUABLERfiAL ESTATE AT KAL1IJI.
have ttrcelied iniructioni fr ni . (1,
Waller, I,. 1 ( loulTer at uhtK.rfifC ii,
On Sntunlay Sclnmlior lnt
At ia oVIuck noun, at in)-ftalesriMiii,
His Handsome Ret Idence on the Government road
AT KALI HI, OAHU.
'1 he House U almost new, thoroughly built al a to-i of
over )5,hjo, ami Is
Ittrfc, I turn, ty nml Vmnfut tut'lr.
A SKRVaNS HOU.SK Willi I WO ROOMS,
IS L'l-UN TIIK IRFMItfr. AUt
A COACH HOUSE, AND STAMX STALLS
MIR THKkU IKlHSLS.
llie IaA hasanare.1 tf alxMit TWO Ai'Itl ,.!
can he well watered
At.SU, WILI BH SOU! IMMCblATKLY ArTBII 8ALf, or
One Honfto ami -Lot,
The l.ot of Irnl adjoining the aloe prnnltes, con.
uiuinj in tin 01 auuui nilNl AtKCa.
1- l ADAMS, AuctioiKer,
runnunt loan iirtlcr nf the lion. A. Eranris Juil.l,
Cliicf JlivlUe ,if llie tursiiitf Omit ul llie
llawaihn lilamU. lialnl Arit x
183 j, s.utliiJiiie lli
Sale or Cortatu Pavrtnenhlp Acruuut.
In wlik.li Mr. Ilnaiil Kurstcnau U uiirreMril,
1 am iNtTanrrxn to
SELL AX PUBLIC AUCTION,
SfttanU)-, SepmlMr 1, 1H83,
AT II ll'tUKk M., AT ArSDIU11,
"Itn, Iulluliti2 miUlanJinx iLllun bt llut firift nt II,
llllkKM U, tuKllr Willi
fclCUUlm-S IIII.KEUNIO IIKUJMIlNi;,
At MINTIONCII iiwiiijm im, via t
Claim HKoluat H. M. Whltaiari
kKIIWA, KAV, IIAHTAII,
NvwaiikMiniiiieluaUuit. . ,. . .$7..
Kcui1 1') I If liumaiitv Cuius Cj $111,11
OUIttt itBvtiat R, M. OvarcnU,
Kuiiitil) J. It Mills In HuHfliu, llanulaii,
Nw aakwiiiliiji luaUivit. . . ...i7.iu
hmirw! Iiy ukuIii.i: wi Jirialkii ol uhl
CUlatt Mkhut Ik OakisU Sueur PU.
(IA.U, 111. ill,
Nii .uMuuiiimf lu aUlti , ttojA
botuiel If aMt.j. ui Ik. Ok4utlt Sua 1'L.u.
mm ai yU (MtU.
' All AwhuU will ha Bald
A. uaujin; un llw ity U wit, htUf I, tUy
tluwA,.(bu UuwxmvjulUi at i4mimi
H. HACKVliUl A (hs. H-UuU.
'I utu Cash.
l '''. . UUaMi, toiloii.
pACIPIC RUIllltlR PAINT,
IIXI I) HKAIIV I0 USKi
AMY UI CA AHIV IT
U llio Pnolllti Rnlitinr Paint,
llnniNt, Ghitf amj r.mrttmt.
MiHirActBit onU a
WHITTIER, rULLER & CO.,
Ami for il It iS lmt.Hilnt l" f Honolulu
I'ul up In j. i, H an.1 jf.Mll.mfanl
ll tll nn tMI, (rta rwW. It It m..le of tl,.
iMiamlriitiwiniicilAU IVmh vm Ua.l, OiH
j i'? '"" 'T'1 KI ami grim! l.irtuwbiiml
ih a ilivMt wIMWm f tl t.i Iwth U.&r
Plnnrnr Wlilln Lrnil.
U'.ihiaiinieeiM. 1,11, 4a iiiWiUirrrAc,
imre Lailatnaieer yil, eirm.1 In jif Nlin Jmr,
Oil, and ll I. totd wafer id stmnlcal iMI.tl. and iht
Hair A tt.
MONIll" R Will I n IX.U) I. mnutntm in t.n
lrsno.ru, artiirs lr. fonl., an. I rut plaalnnt
nillr and in quantin a. waMn) rirthneis s
tswnninfral. in thai ih. nil In ulnsli ll Is attund Is mi
nalisl Inl.i llw wn,lrih W(Vfr, and xpitnl!y
lnar.nmal.ief 'alint ' a avolilrO.
IT- I'lONIlllll Will II! I.r..lhrfs4r,it
finer nmn. limn an. rthrr In thi imil.t, hat iir r
" l.lr" or rmeilnit (n'"l".an.l Is kiiIkiiiI an tlunl
ll it ml lip in Mil. sn-lli len-D. fl tII. Veci. In
itM n, and s It. llii'iUs ami In small llnrim i Hi la
A full Mipjjj I. rnmlamlr le In ilovV Ir lh
lK,leml Ihhimi in IIONOl.tll II, tu l,.m e ixdl
ally rrcoinmrn,! iiti.iKlinir 4irchaiv
siANtrpArTiiarn tiNtv aV
WHITTIER. FULLER & CO.,
CVlh.lfltf.f Wlilte lAsid nml .Manufailureisof Ml, til
I'amla, C,J.s, Vornlihes, and inc V lule,
An.lini(lcrsor lirnsh ami I!t(inni Wmloo (iliv,
SN IKANflijfO, U.R,,.
"' , 'j
i it. i
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OKI Fit IOU SALE, ,
Prum llie carpiet of the Clenbrrtle and other recert
Dry Goods and Clolhiiig-:
Prints of Ilia late mi let, fait rol.irsi' '
Itlue D.iiiin., Ilniwn UiRn Drills,
i liite Cib)-ilin SheetliiK,
liuml.' I.UHI5 LMhs Waitrinxf Twctdt,
'linrtUomlToviellns, (ilart lg..lf, '
'lalloClulln, iatlo NapVinv,
Pure Linens. Shawls, Drnta Qnoil
tirenadines, Wlulr ami Colored Sillt,
Colored Satins tirnvt Clixiu,
Artificijl r luwrrs And realliers,
follon llandkerclii.fi, Silk Handkerchiefs,
laUeCoviit, wuolen; CoIoiidSslteeiisainl Oat
I ancy MKtute add lllne ami Gray I lanntlt.
VictorLi Ijimiis, llroOkt' Si volenti on.
Illue nnd Idle Uieck l.iia.lu..
FANCY DRESS GOODS
I amy Mud., Itccatta Milru, Wc4 Shins
VV hut an.1 (.oliirtikC'ollon Stilus
Fancy Scaif Tilul Keertrs,
flen'. While and lltoun Ciaion Half IIe,
lAdie." Hose, Mtu' Keady.ntailii Clothing,
I jidies' I Inlt (h!te, Lticl. ami fancy straw),
India KiiM-rCoatk, UilTsaii.l ljtning.
Illue and limy llorw Itlai.krt.,
Woolen Ithnkels all ies colors and wci(,!ili;
I'rlrrl Clrie., I'rlri-I Una',
Irlnl nml Tiij.rHlru Hour Jlnln.
A full anortmenl uf CII'.NI I.KIIKN'S and l
IHI.S Slllll.i:s J al-u, Saddles for Hoys and Ciil.
.md a few
IIKIUI.I.S,Sa.UleClolhs and Chamois Skins.
SuRnr Bar. UOx.ld.
Co.il Bu, 2x37.
Rico Bak anil Twins,
llnlninhi-.l Vurriiunlr.l llnnfinu (i (iiie),
hi 6, 7, 8 and a feel lenih '
ROOKING SCKI.WS ANII WASIII.RS.
Annealed j'enco Wiie, Ni. , s, 6 and 7, and ilanlet;
l.alvjmreil lion Ituckcts ..II ii;
llalfjnied 'aIl ItaMns,
talirji,i7cd (l.ildeii l(.dcrfn and Ncllinj.
'Ilnnrd I run SjiKeisns, alt sues;
'Iraktllles teal Jaun UIaILIhk,
I'orliiu lWhl.it mi, flunlen Tiles,
l.iwn Seals and Chain,
Iron Scraicf, t t
THREE LAWN TENNIS BETS
Clulhrn JfiMArf, """
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
1'am.y CUvs Rjwer StamU
Feni (flatlets etc
UOKTI.ANU C1:mKNT-.1"-(U IJUILKS,
FlraClity, ., , .
Chalk,, 1 .
r.lrrriwut Hull nml ltrk Bull, Zli,r;'l-ulnt
uhiI llolltit Oil; WurrcttrHauet
English, American and Hawaiian
r l a a s t
'IVec, fia and esen yrds ton.
TOl'SAil. sninvr" CHAINS,
Adaijialiylcsrsuet '(, H.V.mt H
10WKI.I. HUII-KVN STO.M COAL,
Iraa Mi.v"av . " ,
KNlillSII l.tAlllf R I1H.1INU, r.uo, jloi.,1
is IVet leilii.l i4 and itl I, tcr vaad.
fat. Itales IU.ih1 Nuts. '
R.iUum) t la MhUik.
Man Mlr Hvrm Vmrrr I'vrltUr fYnayf n
,ll.u, Our Ihrtllurmr funrrr t'ulUml''
k T!i5" K iAVta. ca
ana iMKitasaa .ai.i.axi n ,m,mrV as. aa-a..1sa.i.t. g,,
r ataaMy. AM .Orrt IJtU t. . ,
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'mfim!' mi-' Jgfi
r 1 iJ