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1.a m l)- tqwuifcw. lit dnite llult hf
o tmlior nf ilw iImhmi 'On llw Y4to
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lis v lUwi'Mn lilil!lilnp Cnninj i Merv
I): ' I.) 4i, (Ttklfnl jn.l nMiM;rr 1 K. M.
l :m.n, trcttonret i W, (i, Ashley, rvreli.
Mr I' l . Jemc, Ji recently rttumftl
i.utn Sn Kranriteok will lfil th cmjwl lem-fwtaw-e
ttwtiii; t ihc llelht lecture inntn
'I .i oeninc, ami lll, ilonlitleu, hare tnme-
inn freh lo aj- on an alway timely topic.
eTetal Japunec youth a4tl here on the
T.ili,i lt Teilj . SU of them rue Immwl
f r nih, -heie Ihey epcct to remain
von )earpuruni; iMnil tmlic- nJvicallnn,
gunnery ami the lilr. Othert anKinc Ihr
numhft will go to lingUm!.
lr I' C . Jones, Jr-i "ill have (tie of the
mwt comfortahle-looVing homes in Honolulu
hen hit new inMentr on Ntmanu lieet,
maVai the resilience of Captain MUt, lnll he
c iinplelrJ- which oagfxt not to take longer
than f ily ilay further.
In May of last yeat, Mr. David Graham
Alee wrote anil el 10 inuk oine ere, en
lilted the Keorrge ami Alabama! n copy of
which he has fntwirded to MutioDoctor
lterger. The word have a lyric quality worth
the reading the fmt xanra Ucinc follow .
Our Mac iwun InM from t! oM Kranarrte
A e rodt at thr nmnb rf Itie StfeWl
Whik .nit ai if o the tKTMn' mttrf?
Dith ilair uM am) liHkr bir(
V uJi3 iW vwir m Wh.
Mr. J. K MoiritJ, port surveyor, witnewl
an interesting occurrence loM Tuelaj. When
Mr Pfluc,cr' barge came alongside the wharf,
it contained several Japanese first-cLw uen.
get , w ho had no learned I jiglidi evidently.
In order to obtain deirl information they
wrote their questions in Chinese charelnen lo
( hrnee who h.ipneI to lie on llie wharf,
and wvie answerer) in like manner- ll was
vrry clear that Ihc Japanese were able to write
a lauguaKe they could not speak.
Mr R. W Laine has'Vianeil this office a
copy of "tehoes from Hospital and White
House," a reconl of the war time experience
of Mrs. Rebecca I!. I'ornrny, who was one of
the most devoted df the nurses in attendance
upon the Federal army. On April 12th, will
be a printed supplement latfjely devoterl to
f. A. K. and kindred topics. At htast, one
original paper hat lieen roinised, and one or
mote extracts from Mist Anna L. Iloyilen's
lnvikalxmt Mrs. i'oinroy will be given.
Which Is Right? the opinions of two of
I he clearest, if not the most convincing of
modern thinkers on the topic of "great
wealth "may e found on the first page. To
Ihr writer's knowledge, there are well-liMlo
folk in Honolulu who would like In sec wealth
limited- -fortunes kept Mow.' one or two
millions. To them Mr. Sumner's article is
commended. There are others who think
working people are pretty well off the world
over. Those who think so are invited to read
Miigga d' l)hu lives in Oakland, California.
She i a little girl, urn yet live. Two of her
friends were married not many months since,
ami rejoice in their first luby. It was photo
graphed last month, and Mugga d'Dhu'i
mamma received one of the pictures. The
little OakLandcr'a Ideas of the islands are aliout
a. delinite as those of Californians in the mass.
She had heard, evidently, that the islanders
had dark skins; ul, when her mother showed
the picture to her sti cuclaimcd, in a voice of
intense disappointment : "1 thought it would
lie a brown luby !"
The Loumille Couricr-Jinirtial has surn
marucd lh many shortcomings of thr
Anglican-American sparrow as follows :
MsVrt tou much rois,
.. . rKtsoJUj(s
' . latft kMS Ol tiuil.
I K.Ift OS
I Ihisn el
es en r4hf Ltrus,
urc LvlUilif s.
I sintSAy btirrl1an aliufisw.
Whrrrupnn the Washington Hepubllc remarks
thai Ihr pour fowl "ought lo" be iclcgatcd In
Ihc land of the Unknown." The enterprising
young gentleman who called the writer's atten
tion i lh luragraph viys the inyruli ami IheJ
.vjainiw rr.usi it " nrst cousins." nut an oM
tendtnt, wlm was here liefnte llie inynahs wcrf
Sruportcd, ) the entrrpiislng young gentU
insn duetn't know w ha he is talking aliout.
Kittnds and acquaintances of Mr. David
Gralum Adee whose lellrrs about these
idandt hvve been printed In Ihr llullnin will
be gratiricd to learn thai the leitns wrre so
ragnly trad In Wahing(on that the numbers
of the Kepullic fn which they appeared weie
rilutrsinl, and the letters are now nut of
print Mr. Adte has wi)en in u pxibluher in
this vly giving full mission to reprint the
anfclrs lieie in iani4ilt form. The lltmhlic.
in intintlus'iiig the scrip, of letless. siU.if
the sinter as "the Republic's distinguished
coulldisitor. wliolt ;nun(iil as a vsillrr, as a
bChoUr, as a tuveler. u a p,s ami as a
hays a curiirnijKiijiy . "ltcv. T, (1. Tliurs
ton ami htsdaughlrr Alice, agerl sistten, wrrc
ilxmnnl at (lipid's tord. im Catawba Kiier,
North Camtiiia, on Ifbrtury 3, itsSj. Mr.
IbulUou was on his way In Taytorivilte,
where Ik was to uracil licit day. 'I he bodhrs
i faihtt al davghtn wcru Itcoirrrd. Mr.
Ttiuril'ia leaves a wife ami wnithrf childirit.
lie k. uncle of U A. Thurston, Kwj , of
llos tJiy, and youngest son of Dr. tnd Mrs.
Thurston, pkiiuer inttdorurlcs In Hawaii. "
Tin-tr U lub.unlully OKirsI with Ihe
minor exctptni ilm Mr. Thui.toii a
iliowtinl in iSiii aikl no tSSj. a mere iyv
graphtciil error thai only malicious sltipidily
cimtl find ucusc for niikiong ungeuermd).
tint ihr esteemed and soutdimes arevrste con
(rKijiraiy from which llrf quotation was takrn
has nosjleclrd lo umitionttul a sblei of I he
lale Ml, Thurston I, nuw liuug lu Ibvrwlulu
ilrv M. T. Iienf4J.
I ' 1)1 US I IimI ML' ll ll 'll.
the llrhNhlMrh llt-fen hint Itwtr A tn
Th NrhM JAP Abrrrflh Cittt, rri
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TV .mrlrn lorl. Ilnpr, CMhnllnw htiaHflnfwl In (fUwH, of fmipl In ! elf-
ttlrcl M IV1 ffiwnwnri Mrth im ,lWn' Tnl'w"' lCn. fV fmrKiHm1 w,t
I'he Hawaiian bark Ininnl, (inreK IwlW.'
ttrlvrrl t t IMnefsro Match ifrlh.
T C tons Spreelirls, Dtw, artivtM dt
Frnncton Mareli 7th Jl d frnm KalfUlnl.
TV American lern II urneme, is ittsdumj
inn htmhaw at the foot of Port "slrer!.
Vh American tH INerlskw h drstlMirrhit
eol al the Iram n( 3rmhip I JVellke's wharf.
1T Amertetn heiknillm- Khwp, NoMmtsn,
atrlvtd m IVirl Towtrttrsil Man jrl.
fspokwi, I'rhnmry twh 11 41. N l,rnt 1 1 W.
WrltWi hwtk Clnti (ImM, fremi Urrtponl, for
A Itrje IW ami aft nehnrmer imswrl the
pmt on WlneU)' hrmnri to the wrstuard.no
enmrniintrniion was had with her.
Th whale Iniik Dawn, arrlml here last
Wrrlnesvlay in ft leaky rnmlll Init, shr will re
inn In here for almut two weeks for repairs.
rhe Ocmnk Stemmlilp Alameda is at lire
(rtntnies wlmtf loading for San rraneiseo,
for which Mt she will will on Tuevlay nest.
The HtilWt lrk lliirmah, from lll.tsgww
has doeknl at Ihe Pacific Mall Slewtnsliip
Company's dock where she is discharging, a
(ferteral Hutnpean cargo.
The French war steamer Kuguetcn, front
the lower roast of South America, ramc lines
ected into C.uajm.11 on the loth Instant. The
csel was under onlers lo visit that port and
1a l'ar, Iiwcr California, nnd lo proceed to
the Sandwich Islands,
The Chronicle says that the large steamer
Hell Knek. is still lying idle inclose prosimily
lo the Oakland ferry channel. When it is
taken Into consideration thai the entire crew of
this large craft have remained on her since her
arrival last Novctnler, her owners cannot feel
satisfied at her first visit to Vankecland.
A New York dispatch ays that Captain Kads,
now in London, has been requested by Director
(Jeneral Hurkeofthc World's nspdsition to as
certain the terms on which the steamer Great
liislcrn can be had to bring exhibits from
Liverpool and serve as a floating hotel at Ihc
Exposition wharf until the following June and
then return to Mtcrpool with a lull cargo
through Ihe jetties at Ihe mouth of the Mississ
ippi. A late dispatch from Ilath, Maine, says that
Traynor, who crossed Ihe Atlantic in the dory
City of Ilath, has had a new dory built for him
at Georgetown. This is only 13 feet long on
Ihe keel and 17 feet over all, 3 feet wide on
top and 22 inches deep. The Ixiat has a cabin
S feet long and t6 inches deep and is pinvided
ssitb two air tanks made ol tin, to float her
case she would fill or cvpsiic. Traynor, ho
is only 27 years old, intends lo start in this
frail craft from New York on June 10th for
llristol, England, He is to row the entire dis
tance ami hopes to accomplish the journey by
Seplcmlier 1st. Ills only companion will lie
Thr lir. ItUtml.
Kilauca has lieen very acliie of laic.
There were refreshing showers at Kohola
' A good tailor with a small stock of gotxls is
much needed at llilo" writes a correspondent.
A fire was reported at Ilanamauht, Maui,
last Sunday, in which 75 ncres of cane were
Copious showers have prevailed at llilo and
planters nrc in hopes soon to lie able lo grind
again a usual.
Waiakca Mill Co. is making from 15 to 16
tons of sugar daily, not that amount weekly
as was stupidly made to appear in a copy of
the Press a short time since.
On Tuesday, n German said to have re
cently come intothc employ of the llalawa
Mill, went down lo Mahukona, in charge nf
some sugar. Falling between the cars, he was
run oi er and instantly killed.
It is said that the Gilbert-Island laborers are
liked at Waianae, Oahu ; Kipahula and La
haina, Maui ; Kau, Hawaii ; and Koloa,
Kauai, and at no other plantations. While
the men from the New Hebrides -though
thrcacherous are generally considered good
The Advertiser is authority for the state
ment that s " Mr. F. M. Iluttef look his de
parture on the S. S. Kinau for llilo last
Tuevlay, Mr. Duller has contracted with the
government to construct eight bridges in Ihe
district of llilo, and will commence work at
rmte on the Honolii Gulch."
"Visitors arc coming in large numbers to
HiUi to visit Ihc great crater and it is hoped
Ihey will he well used by the manager al
Kilauca. He wishes every one to go lo his
place by way of Ihe other side of the Island of
Hawaii; but llilo lus a history and people
will visit places of interest, the manager of the
volcano house cannot stop jieople from coming
lo llilo even though he may built a rail road,"
writes an indignant gentleman who has prob
ably been misinformed as lo just what Mr.
J onion means. The "best " route lo the vol
cano is not yet definitely decided upon.
thlirlu in "'S
Miss Helen Severance, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Soeranee, was seventeen on Ihe
9th in.iani. Thai day lielng Sunday, her
fiiimli, including nearly all the pleasant young
jsrnplc of llilo, aitcmbttd al her parent's resi
dence early on thr evening of the loth, AH
wM4 in while and disguised, they marihed
tingle file ln(o the house, and completely sur
prlwsl the young lady. They speni the even
ing very delightfully.
A church sociable was held iy the congrega
tion of Hilo Foreign Church, on the evening
of the I llh. The house selected was that of
Ihe paslot Rev. K, P. Hiker. The attendance,
a always, was good. There was. a laihnl'
entertainment and, as usual ample and delic
ious rv-ficshmctitt. Mrs U Severance and
Mrs. II. Deacon, sang the pleasing ducll,
pecd my liaik, Rev, W. II. Olrsen lead an
original piece whkhbe called, Porous Plastrn,
and inuaiked Mill the tenacity of our premier
as only equalled b) a Porous Plaster. There
was a long ijudling class. Hon. D. II. Hitch
rock giving out the words. HrAskeilonvtcholir
H spell monkey, olio said at unce V. O. U.,
monkey. Miss Wallace, from MaUwio, Mjiii,
sang a Scotch lull id, Mist L'muu Clark lead
t selection (run Tin tJjurtdiipijf il lies Stand
(vh, Mr. Chailes Dickie sang a humorous sr
lection. TJki wai a"trfo by C. II. S. Ilitrlx
COs-k, Mist Helen Srvtraoce and I-il l.yuun
and aiMhrr liiuby Mr. I. Seterance, C. II,
Arnold jml CMIet Dickie. J.'irry lrv1ioii
waj liusl iirvlettd J, A. M.
(l.i i r ! -;.
,1 ll W I I""' Illl
ill i il s i I I I .' i'Im iMri
lis i.imi of rtttti i seemnm ihr i ii r
t tat htl nf nj-mlilWttmw of
(he Mtrl In pm-irnH jtH, Mtly la vein Iht
Mfaflffp! ctrwln of iMtfjhl frnm tnv sv
(mHnllve mtillrtHT. I'M illfmm lmkrl lit
he!, with the rtrst elnn malting, iN monRicI
ppeiilgm irmnverl, AWt ll mottrf hste of
Ihr htiuifc null lt irWt-sir Ium ntt nf ifh In
lh Imialr of ll frfiw ml rtawn, hteh lh
Mio IHcVom .iml Iteninn hxt iMIffitlh-
just the rrh leiifth In smisfy without
wearymfj, and rarefKlly arranged llt llie
Irlely, which tires charm as well as relief to
Iteftrd rmotton, rnhnneerl die pleasure of-
fried by ihe seretal pieces lixllviiluslly. The
chorus smrln, hy the sehonl nnd the glee club
showed Mm. Iltnfnrrl's elassle.il tastes In the
selection au well a careful training In Ihe ac
eumcy and the effecilvenen of thr rendering of
tbo sefl nimrs. 'I here was no rshilittlon of
any scholar's ptoMency In instrumental
music 1 Iwt h is well known thai ihr mnttoul
department, which requites Mrs. Ilanford's
whole time, is as well adrmtced In proficiency
ih! thoroughness, as Is the tcMliIng In Ihr or
dinary work ol the College Course of similes
under Mr ami Mrs. Merrill and Ml. Saulonl.
Some of the recitations weir most admltably
irndercd. It wus rnetwrnging lo note the
promise of fnlttrr aehleveinenls In those who
made their first attempts.
Young Mossinan's Address In the Moun
tains, Miss Annie ('leghorns Apostrophe lo
Ihc Ocmii, Horace C'hamlieilaln's vigorous dc-.
clamatlon of 'he Moor's Revenge, May Oil-
llngliam's Inirsonatlon of Josith Allen's
wire, nun .seme vvatcinouscs rccnai 01 aura-
ium u.neniKirt s puritanic nctoiion to me
duly of Ihe hour, all showed individuAl excel.
Icncies only made more marked by Mrs.
Meititl't careful training. The quiet decorum
of ihc school was something phenomenal, and
the whole- apjicnrancc of the pupils was
marked hygrcnt refinement of tone and man
ners. It wctc hard lo say how highest pro
fessional skill could go beyond Miss Hesvic
Dickson's rental of " How he saved St, Mich
ael's." The original compositions were care
fully studied like Kate Rogers' description of
Rocky Hill ; or ingeniously wrought out, like
Horace Hall's account of his "Trip lo the
Moon," and Mary Hitchcock's revised icrsinn
of that nnvcrncious narrative 1 or written as
sprighllynnd learnedly a il for Ihe "Hawaiian
Monthly," like Mls May Athetton's "Crambo
Party." To the many visitors, not the least
attnuthe features were Ihe ornamental de
signs, which under Prof. Furncaux's instruc.
lion the drawing-class had put upon the black
lioards. The day, the crowd, the exercises, all
conspired lo make the occassiou a most marked
tt .7, iflf ln rt if.
The Alameda came in last Saturday, bring
ing the largest company of tourists that so far
hvve visited Honolulu. Of her cabin passen
gers nlwul seven arc residents of Honolulu. A
few may remain here, but the majority go
Kick by the Alameda next Tuesday ; most of
Ihc others returning by the Mariposa on the
1 5th proximo, after visiting the volcano.
Before leaving San Francisco the agents
issued a very pretty souvenir of the voyage, in
the shape of n passenger list, giving the names
and residence of the cabin passengers. 01
these 26 came from Massachusetts, 24 from
California, 4 from New York, 4 from Penn
sylvania, 4 from Maine, 3 from Illinois, 1
each from New Jersey, Vermont and England.
As to gender, 32 were masculine and 43 femin
ine 23 of the ladies being married and 20
Among returned Honolulans were Madame
A. de Souia Canavarro, wife of the Portuguese
Commissioner ; Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., resident
head of the firm of C. llrcwer & Co.; Mr. K.
L. Harvey, cashier of Allen it Robinson ; Mrs
and Miss Lcdcrerj Mr. 15. I. Nichols, the
surveyor ; and M.J. K. Porter.
Among the visitors arc Mrs Ijtliam, widow
of the late Milton S. I.itham, once United
Stales Senator from California, and for many
years manager of the London & San Francisco
Hank ; Mr. Wallace Freeman, of North
Adams, Massachusetts Mr. Freeman was a
classmate at William's College with Mr. S.
II. Dole; Mr. Henry L. Hutchinson, of Oak
land, the San Francisco agent of Fnirbank's
scales; Mr. Thurlow McMullcn, a San Fran,
cisco society man ; Mr. J. J. Owen, editor and
chief proprietor of the San Jose Mercury
leading "woman's rights" journal of the
Pacific Coast. Mr. Julius II. Smith, who was
associated with Mr. Flowerdew in Ihc tram
way scheme, returns here in the interests of
the water inquiry.
On the trip over a particularly pleasant
one the passengers tendered Captain Morse
and his officers a vole of thanks.
Tlti (Iriliiiut CrttUmltntt,
Last Saturday, Ihe S71I1 annhcrsary of the
German Kniperor'i birthday was celebrated by
our German residents at the German Club.
If the original programme might liave lieen
carried out, the festivities would very pleas
antly have reflected both the patriotism and
the good taste of our German townsfolk. The
weather clerk, howeier, had for the occasion
an anti-Cierman giudge, manifested in the
most copious and continuous ilowiqiour of the
season. The result was a bitter disappoint
ment, not only lo Ihe Germans but also to
their friends, Yit in spite of all drawbacks
Ihe day-, particularly the cicning hours, held a
great dcalM pleasure for all who parliciutcd.
Consul uladc received his official and busi
ness friends at the consulate, between I: and
I o'clock. A cold luncheon was served, at
which German dishes predominated.
The garden party in Ihe afternoon was, of
course, a failure, although Ihe band played
delightfully for those assembled in Ihe rlub
Kscept in xiint of attendance the ball in the
evening was a success, alx.ul sixty ladles ami
neatly twice as many gentlemen were present,
including the king, who was also present
during the afternoon. The allalr was
thoroughly select and thoroughly jolly.
Hon. Simon K. Kaai diet! suddenly on the
morning of ihc 22nd instant at his residence,
at Kapilama. In hit death another vacancy
ocuirs among the? Privy couucillort and in the
II oust of Nobles Mr. Kaal was well known
lo all, native and foreigners alike, not only for
the various i.illous be held In the cabinets
flout lime ID lime, and the agent at one time
for die vw estate of the late 1'nnccss Ruth,
but for his tact and oratorical power with Ma
waiiins He was a powerful akcr tnd ll is
a gicat idly his Influence Ivndnl to other di
ructions than for his rud their good. As a
Haitian in lite (rgiskuiic lull he will be
gristly riusscd. The funeral services wrre
rnnducird by Rcr. II. II. Parker 00 the after
noon of the 23rd tnstani, ami the remains in
Irrrcil In Ihe Kawaialun ctiiiclcry,lMide those
of his first wife,
The band will play al I jmui Square, lhi
Saturday afternoon, commencing at 4'P1 l'lc
following Is lit prsgratnmc 1
Ovwliut, IlsJssm in Alrr
llslup, hotsl Csrs
Msslius. Nabsiou. , 1 .sti
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Ubitb I ullil'llK.. ., .U'uU
An rsriilng concrit as usual, IU be gwert a
Emma Square 00 Muuday nest.
f r'tfMfr Ml "
W II v L.
Iln rff nr.
i ii i rt nil $jn
A Htl h pml CTfWii plmlrn; imi
frm nf llie MtfhMn f.
S PrnncJtWB HerU, fN all, ft
sulTeni frWu Ihe Ohio rtenrlt.
tr $7,l In llir
fhe rfnt.r fttrrfiete (tiny Im detailed the
rfliels at a ptcr ml left llfMrnn,
The It. NlrlrotM llmt, New York, an old
Iftitrlntwrk, hi bring tmft down.
Ctalnt niMMtbtft in $0. 1'lJiOory are lielrtg
pr1 against 3jln by the lnhnl fltatws.
''n rmnrrsrn f in Imvc a nw ml -nlTice,
$JSO,fx;sj Iras lieen appmprhled in srenre a
I'mlnmstfr-Ciertetal OreslMtii tins completed
his ntrangentenla for the extension nf Ihe fast
mall to Om.slm.
New York City has lieen pietenlrtl by thr
United Sialpn of ( olumbla wlthabrmtrestnlur
of Simon Ihillvar.
There Is little ho of Kcnrttnr llbrlr's bill to
establish n btirmit of lalmr tjlisilc3i imssitig
Ihr present enngrew,
Reservoir Sipiarr, New York, will hcrrnfier
lie called llryntit I'ark. A stalur of the miII
will lie erected there.
A sensntloiMl stury comes from Madrid, Ihal
almut $000,000 has lieen sulisctihed by specu
lators to get up a revolution.
A mud geyser at Powhattan, West Virginia,
hat recently limit forth astonishing the
natives and punling the Mvants.
Tim Tiar nf u.iuia will make his nrnnosnl
,i4U , ;ml,cror WiMi-sns, of Germany, in
Mai if,,,,. ,ie alcr ,,, ;M1,(
Mr. Gladstone has agreed to Ihc creation of
a new Minister with .1 scat in the cabinet, to
be called the " Secretary for Scotland."
Wntlace Ross of New llrunswick beat
Cieorgc llubear of I'.ngland, in a four-mile row -ing
race on the Thames, the 9th Instant.
llritish Columbian employers propose lo
give Ihc nine-hour system a fair trial. Hereto
fore ten hours have been reckoned a days work.
The men of war Henccia and Cyane are for
sale at Marc Island, California. The govern
ment wants $140,000 for the llcnecla and
$12,000 for the Cyane.
The Ontario Legislature has passed' n bill
giving widows and ipinstcrs, who have the
necessary property qualification, the tight lo
vote at municipal elections.
There Ins been .1 panic in the New York
cofiee trade, follow cd by two (or more) heavy
failures. 'Ihe Costa Rica crop of this year
will probably reach $300,000 bags.
So great has been Ihe downpour of water in
the southern part of California that the cap
tains of the southern steamers state that south
of Point Conception the sea is discolored and
muddy for a distance of five or six miles off the
Weston, the fcdestilan, finished his 5,000
mile tramp in 100 days on the 15th instant.
Dr. Norman Keer presided at the meeting held
at the finish. Canon Duckworth ami many
other prominent temperance advocates svere
"Christian August Sclmer, Minister of State
for Norway, was recently found guilty under
articles of impeachment, and sentenced to for
feit his official positions and pay a fine nf about
$5,000." It's a long distance from Norway to
Earl Granville has assured France that Eng
land intends to maintain the existing conven
tion with Soudan. It is necessary first, how
ever, to restore the prestige of (he English
name in that quarter. The acts of General
Gordon arc only partially approved.
Gen. T. L. Rosser of Minnesota is in Wash
ington in the interest of a new Nicaragua-Ca-nal-Company.
He has been informed by the
state department, that 'the United States Gov
ernment has been granted a special concession
from the Nicaraguan Government to have
the canal built under government control, and
in the name of the United States.
A Washington dispatch dated the 141I1 in
stant says that the Democratic majority in the
house of representatives is unable lo agree
upon a tariff mlicy. The republicans are rub
bing their hands at what seems to be n very
big snag. The Democrats will soon go into
caucus, but the Randall protectionists will not
promise to abide by the decision of Ihe major
ity. Gen. George P, Shire, a lloston engineer
has promised an all rail line from New York lo
London. His scheme is to lease some point
on Ihe Northern Pacific Railway, go north inlo
Alaska, and cross Retiring Straits either on a
gigantic ferry lioat or on the ice. He would
then send across Siberia, etc., etc. llcauliful
scheme on paper ; almost as pretty as a
llultcr ealcrt will be interested lo hear that :
" The evidence given before the New York
Senate Committee the past week concerning
thr imitation of butler, shows that the annual
shipments of the spurious article from the
West to New York are aliout 1,500,000
pounds. Of thirty samples nf alleged butlrr
collected at random from the city grocers
twenty were imitations."
The bust of Longfellow was unveiled in
Westminister Abbey on Ihe 1st instant. The
Sub-Dean of Westminister performed the cere
mony. I -nil Granville ami .Minister Lowell
maila speeches.. Many prominent people of
various nationalities were present. A telegram
to the San Francisco Chronicle mentioned
Moncure D. Conway, but a recent letter from
him, in Ihe tame paper, was dated Calcutta,
I.arkinJ. Mead ihe sculptor nf the Colum
bus group, recently presented to the stale
caphaPat Sacramento by D. O. Mills, at one
time president of the Ilank of California, and
now a New York capitalist has carved the
largest bust of Lincoln eyer made, and said to
be a most faithful representation of the
martyred presidenl't features, and offers lo sell
it to Ihc State of California for $2,500 ; an op
immunity for Honolulu an lovers il California
ins n't lh sens) to jump at the chance.
Fill John Poller' ease hat not yel been
satisfactorily disposed of. The senate has sad
dled the house bill with Ihe illogical Condition
llut Ihe general shall 1 restored to hit former
rank ; bul without having his lack jiay. As
a grand-army man puts it : " Either Porter U
right or wrong, If right he ought to lave the
fullest reparation ibte If wrong, he
ought to liave only contempt. As nearly all
tiunr most consciunt think he Wat right, il
K-cin haul thai he should be denied one jot
or little of ihe lardy amends a mistaken
counliy U now willing in make."
Dynamite fiend i are still Iciroriiing Lon
don, Fears are np.vtstd for Ihe safe'ly of
llutkingliam Palace. All suspected dynaini
srs aic to be ctie!led from Fiance, and the
AllomcyGeiicra! of the United States has
Issued a circular letter to all United Slates
marshals autlloriiing the seliure of cuntiaband
ci plosive and Infernal machines about In I
sliliinl out of ihr country. At ihr same lime,
violent speeches, favoring Ihe use of dynamite,
, , 1 i.i.U o' a nt' in 1 il 'l Ir i I i( i 1.
NsW olk, Sun Lis 01 ' l,m Mrphi n 1
Will known Itunn. n ,sn ih, .iptninti rliai
Irishmen in America will render 11 Impossible
far any ralrlnet In 1ld In f'ngli 11I 'it id
in regard Indynrtrnite igitatut
IV CniMlliirnt Atneinhly nf Pciuh.i. r.m
Red ihe Hetty nfmr with did' In, o,
iruiy. bnwsjvtf, Is tll within cannon shot "f
Lima, 'flits nnny will mm emhmfc, and then
(icry likely) the Petnvhns will show Iheir
mmttttrcnt Mtenilily and drclare llrelr act null.
Then (atfnln vfrV Itktly) th I hllr.m army will
rrtntn ami lake Ih errantry to keep it, Phai
will probably lw the hem thing that can hap
pen In Hior Pern. General IgletMs look the
otilh nf nffiMM Prmlilnnat Prrslilenl of Peril
at Lima on Ihc lit Instant. One nf Ihe officers
of the llailford, who had opportunities for
studying Permian Kilitica, lold the witter thai
he liellevrd frrnenil Igtrslas would I mur
drrnl so soon as ihr Chilean lefl the country.
It was announced In llcrlln, on the 151I1 In
itanl, lhal the principal power In Europe had
greed lo Joh In the fnlernlloii proKrd
jointly by Getminy and France 10 mipprent
socialism, The Federal Council of Switrei
land, however, hat declined lo Join ihecrinfril
eratUn, because "the inline of the Govern
ment of Swltrerland forbids and render im
necessary the espionage and ilUcrlmlnvllon
proposed, and slates that so far as Swiss ex
perience has shown the so called anarchists arr
n vulgar ami itninlliirnlhl lot of criminals,
easily nude amenable lo Ihc tegular laws mid
Imt worth Ihe especial notice of the Govern.
infill or a roiiledcrallon of Goscrnmcnts.
Thr attitude of Swltrerland Is said to be a
serious disappointment to tllxuurck, and, it Is
beliescsl, will ctcntually cause thr abandon
ment ol the proHed confederation, sshlch
would be inpracllcalde so long as Swilterland
offered a hartior to anarchists.
.Smtttrii Irfiilh vf fiiiliim Ihtiifiit
Captain Augustus llrown, wlm came up on
last Monday's train In an unconscious condi
tion, died at his home here yesterday morning
al scs-eri o'clock. Tin' captain was interested
In several scssils sailing between San Fran
cisco and Honolulu, and went to San Fran
cisco a week ago Tuesday on business con
nected with the same, Intending to go to
Mendocino the follow ing Monday, On .Sun
day his wife received a postal card from him
stating that he cxpcclcd lo start for Mendocino
Ihc next morning. Sunday evening, however,
he was taken suddenly ill, and look the Mon
day morning train for his home here. Some
where between Oakland and Vallejo Junction
he became unconscious, stating to a fellow
traveler just before passing off lli.it he was
from St. Helena and his name was llrown.
Vrom this the train hands svere enabled to
bring him safely to his destination, svhere
loving hand- were ready to rcceise him, and
he was lakrn to his home in Ijgan's Addi
tion, Here he received every possible care,
being attended by three physicians, one of
whom was with him all the lime ; he never re
covered consciousness, and finally passed
assay at Ihe hour named. Deceased was
related to George A, Riggins by marriage,
Mrs. Uiggins and Mrs. llrown being sisters;
an aged mother and a brother, Eugene
llmwn, resident Mendocino City, where the
latter has been engaged in the general mer
chandise business for years. Captain llrown
was 51 years of age at the time of his death.
He had resided in Si, Helena nlioiit a year,
but being of a retiring disposition made few
acquaintances. He ss-as one of God's own
men, and his loss will ' be deeply felt by all
svho knew him. Tile suddenness of his
demise has awakcneilNlhe sympathy of all for
his widow, and his relatives here and in Men
docino. S. Jwfiu Snr, 6th instant.
Jlle.V'.tinvXv 11. Cirlnlh:
Many readers of the Press may remember a
young man who came out with Captain Fergu
son some time since, bringing " lllack Angus "
cattle for Hon, J. 1. Dow set I.
Papers from St. Andrews tell of a fancy
dress ball given at the opening nf the new
recreation hall there. Mr. C. R. Christie
who appeared in full Hawaiian costume, with
large spurs such as the natives use here, and
leis around the iat and neck wore one of
the most striking costumes on the floor.
Il is heard from a private letter that the
native costume was scry much admired, and
the leis which wcrc'found very difficult 10
niakt were thought particularly pretty.
Those who knew Mr. Christie when he
was here will be glad to learn that he is fully
restored to the enjoyment or health and the
vigor ol all his faculties.
A local newspaper man was seen al the
government building yesterday his hand
wrapped in n latgc white hankerchief, the
combination suggesting a boxing glove,
"What's the matter with your hand?" asked
Mr. Julius II. Smith. " Felon," replied ll.e
turTeret, "So sorry," remarked Mr. Hassin
ger, " you ought to apply 10 the supreme court
anil have It committed." " Oh I no," replied
a wit who shall lie nameless, "you ought to
join the police. They never keep felons on
their rjands they Itl 'tin alt go I"
Rev. Mr. Sessions, now- in his 90th year,
father of Mrs. S. E. Ilishop ol this city, fell
from a chair the early part of this vVcek and
fractured his right hip bone. . So painful an
accident lo one so far advanced in years will
doubtless prose a tedious, if not a serious mis
A prisoner ssas flogged nt the jail one day
this week. So far as the credible evidence
goes, he richly deserved his flogging- for
which there is prostslon in the 1 tiles, intended
to coscr just such eases. The nun refused lo
work, used abusive and indecent language,
and threatened a luna't life.
The first t-nleitalnment nf the young peoples
Temperance Union was giv.cn 011 Thursday
evening last at the Y. M. C. A. Hall, which
was very largely attended, and Ihe programme
of vocal and instrumental music, recitations,
eic, was creditably rendered.
Mr, 11.1. llolles.'whose familiar face has len
misled from business circles now for several
weeks through ill health, reached Ids seven
tieth birthday or. Thursday last, lie Is re
ported to lie gaining slowly and It Is hoped
will soon lake hit wonted place among us.
During the second month nf the Enter term
at St. Matthew's Hall, San Matro, California,
tho mil of honor contained the name of one
Honolulu lioy- Dowsed whose percrntagc
Mr. Ctuian' Sunday morning theme will lie
"Whence rnmes ht soul-food?" In the
evening his sermon will he especially for young
coplc. Subject, "Self-resicci and M-lf-ron-
Dr. Henri McGresv was elected assistant
physician of the Queen's Hospital, last Thurv
Mr. Atkinson's school, St, AHan'n College,
closed veslrnlay foi a vacation of a fortnight.
Rev, W, C. Merrill will occupy hc pulpi1
at the llclhel to-morrow morning.
Mist Moore has resigned the piinciullip
of Punalmu Preparatory,
The Uwaiin Monthly for April ! out
notice urst wrrk,
1i circus goes lo Maul licit Monday,
Hi utroal nf ihc Atam-nlti Ui Stiitr.Us iih san
r'mnrlsisi ilitaa Ifftfa ijlh instlHrt, hrrmirt tdslrr of
11 ' 'i iiolier feettm In itwr nisdnnltsss nmswiui
r. KAiiiis wh!i us Mrmrttms- nethtiv o ii
li - rrpmi- 11M MHltsitr eavtotnrf r r ' 'k r
" nnu. Iw nVrrls Rrit fi Mr"), mil.,,..
nifiii ii ir iht ' -at rtlts tT trw rrM u- iiuk
"ttl lari(qr ,1-1 mn NtHsl, ft! ih lst Mlnr I '(
"I I- iirwji snit P UnfiM fttstr pnHwUs s lrir m
irsNtr. nvrr furmer kMs. It rtrl h Mist Mr !
rnislv in I hImi wlier a mrmT nfrslltms ln twM
rrmrTl tint A crM K H In l nmr at tamt. I Im '
tfcn I rncise Ifottriln itf stand iHfi hm lb Mtiwmi;
ntts-tV ihvrsnn '
" ItiivaiM. Mirrct, th. Ih ctNnmrtrtst sliunit.,,! t
s-try srioctl low pice f Miftnr, titlilnMi nf ih
momy mtiliM jh1 itrsl ilkint! re crrttiltir a
erM iht may InHshe ll ItsikIi nf IhisW. At
Angus, Kftilrtiiitrl A (Jo , siicsr tspsrlatt, tut fallvl,
the ll.iM!ltls tttillni t,vn. Al Cal.lln.s,, Ms
trM Aj Co , tanking ml commission mrrhant, lwi
mttgrtl in sliffsr eipntllnt, htm ailqientM. le-lnf
liwvlly Insmlrnl h S fsllnri isf Kntrlcifr Mm ll
lar I ultnt r in tlllnenliif isf Icnir tmmlinl IV
iittf msrlitl lil'rmnl ny srwrrliynf wftnrMrMnitr.
m msny nfw Imni liar fulled ilurinii th U( few wir.
Onein-lwn otliar tmnl in llsvntiA sre rterttH Willi
I K Australia, on Monilsy, ttmijtli! iwo lUss blif
nw. 'Pi Hiillfiln nftti rsih rei-mit sl rif r,sw
lisffS Inw Krsl ytllnw iltfir At M to 6l(c. nm! yl
IriMls nf llftlln rle seM t iHc, a disllM.
Pi forviirn Arrivals sine' our lasl issti Iias leii
frr and Inibesc, listile llie lo sreamrrs menllonrtl
almit, tit steamer Lilyof rnlio, fmm (-hlna, with 46s
Cliinese, rhe Ksrclsliir frmn NewLasltc, wllli iimiI, Ih
Iturtnah, from (llAsgow, with an ssirted etrto of
staple tooils, ami lh Consuelu from Snn Franrlseo
ssrilli tier usual freight of snrleil nirrctiAntli lli
CArgpuf coal, In lh Inter Iskarnl Siram NAsmalfon
Co., cnines oi'isittiine, slocks on hand lising rather
limiteil, 'II, l.tl Airivnl on ihc mhi last etilng.
I'sforts fur Ilia week rmtiraec CArgoes jier Kale,
valucilar SiyS.jarsrfl, Ami Wn, (, Irn-in, salueil at
At the miction sate of ihoroiiglitireit horses un ,Mon.
day last, by Messrs. I.von .1c Iss-ey, they sver slits
imseil of At prices ranging from $5) lo $330 each,
excepting on chestnut fitly which hrouglit foys. Que
of ihe lot was willulrAA-n.
Ill scarcity Anil high price of exchange eserienceil
al last steAiner time crowd us even more sevrrely for
nesr Tuesday's mail, ihe rale helng settled at 5 per
renr. In Jusltee lo the hank, however, we are iifinnKit
that ll sought roplac die rareal aIkiui tff per cent hut
the " hulls have caught this eommisliiy on llielr horns
anil are tossing ir up for all ll wilt be-lr.
Mr, I!. I'. Adams will ahorrly offer another tot of
l.unatilo lands at auction, slluale In various parr of
the islands, n number lieing lirosimale lo Kapiolanl
iark, anil even includes l)Limoml Head,
Mo further aiMccswere received hy i)ip mail at
hand, relative lo the Itasailin treats', Iml the fair that
ihe Mexican riealy hat lieen ratified by a large ma.
jorily strengthens the favorable prosiect of the eon.
llnilance of our own.
'I'he Ilotitilulu Slock llxcJianjie licld il regnlar
sion laft WVtnefsd.iy morninif.
Prlnceville IMjtit, Co. , ion
H'ailuku Sugar Co 150
llawaibn ARrtculiurat Co.. (
Waitruiuto Snnar Co , .,115
Uonokna Sujftr Co. . ,, 7;
lt Maul I'UntAlion Co 95
Pjukna birpnr Co. . to
I'aia ri.ntation Co 100....
Mauaii.-in Itell Telephone Co.. .... 60
(l Urewer k Co tao
Inter Uland .Steamship Nawsit!on Co .. 165
rH0, Hall ft Son (Limited). 11
llawaiLm Agriciihur.l Co. Ilndt, 7 p. c. . ioj 'ojji
(roe Kancli I'lantatlon Co
Adrtciilttiral Co. 7 p. c, bond 1
Merchant Vessels Kour in Pott.
llCLKNA. II an ton llrit bk
Discover, l'erriman Am bktne
Alamkda, More Am Mmr
r.xcnjtoKt Pelt.. .. ...Am tern
HutNKMP, Ltliot ...Am tern
liiRMAii. wait Jint tc
Dawn. Ilickniutt .Amwh lk
Cosst rLO, Coutin Am hgtue
t.Ll-A, U id or J Ainpktne
Vessels Expected front Foreign Ports.
rtKPMr-N, Cer. hk. SriCA 1 1 oilman
Due Ann I 10-n. Hnckfcld iJ Co.. nsent.
Jalvit, Haw, kIiJulia ... . ...Tripp
now oue. . r. s-oost, agent.
LtVFarooL, Hrit. lik. Ci-an Ijbant Wilson
Due June 510,
Npw VoRk", Am. hk. AcniR C-.rch Pendelton
Due, April ao-at. Latle X Cook, accntv-
NFCAsrLf, N S Sir V. Wai lack. ...
Iadinir Feb. a. Wilder ft Co.. a cent.
IJoston. Am. bk. AHVTt'RNKR .. ..Newell
lhi lune i C. Ilrewer ft Co.. nuent.
MtCKoSKsiA, Am. I'gtn-. Morning bTAR .Garland
Hue t'siarcn 3530. 1- u. nan a son, a cent.
Port Oamulh, Am tern Dora Uh'hm .... ....
laoading February 39, IL Hackfeld t. Co , Agent.
HoNUkQNG, Hnl taCKKAIlER
Due Auril i.e. II. Hackfeld ti Co.. Acents.
San Francisco, Am bktne Umma Claudina, Matvin
hor J I Ho. Hue April $.
Svbnkv, P M S S Citv or bvusEV. Dearborn
Due April 13, Hackfeld ft Co, Agent.
New Ca&iir. N S W, John Smith
liOaduiK r'ebniary 37. W. IL Irin, Agent.
iFW WAST1L, Ft .1 i, IlKMkR . , , ,
JxtasJinc i-ebruary ij, , Atcent.
khi-ool, Hrit s. . Citv op Paris., .
To ttall March 38th. O. W. Macfarlane, intents.
San Prancico, Haw bk At.AkAUA , ... .Miller
Due April i5, IL Hackfeld & Co., agent.
Sn Fi:ascisco, Am whrCiiAS. Hanvin .Sprague
Due April 510, IL Hackfeld & Co, agent.
Yokohama, Itnta. . Aradic... ..'
Due April 7, IL Hackfeld ft Co, aifent.
YokotiAMA, Am. . Citv ok Prkino. ,,
nue Apni sj, 11. nackicia -s 10, agent.
Det'AKTbRK 11a Am bk Kuisorr .. .. ..Jenk
Due Mav !. II. Hackfeld ft Co. aeent.
San Fkancico, Am a. . Makikisa.. . ..Howard
Due April 8, W. (i. Irwin A Co, aicent.
San Francimtii, Hrit . a. Zsalanuia .... WeUr
Due April to, IL Hackfeld li Co. a item.
AtameJa, Am sun, Morse, from S F. March 73
K.scetsior. Am tern, I'elli, from New Castle.
Ialealcaa,clir, I'cpecVeo ,,. " S3
Kastailani, schr, from Kootau H a
Jennie, schr, from Nav.Uiv.ilii " it
Ivatint, Mm, Cameron, from Ka'ai " 32
Kinati stm, Klne, from llilo and way pons.. ' 33
LaVelkie, arm, Yvttsbach, from llilo and ssa).
uorta " 33
C It Ilislior. stin. Davis, from llatnaVua. .
Pohoikl, senr, from 1'uni , ....
Wainulu, sch, from Kolas and Vs'aimca
Waleliu, sch, from Waialua .. .
Wailete, ach, from MahLo.
Pauahi, achr. from llanalel ...... ,.,
Carenna, ach, from llarutei
Marlont kIi, from W'alniea
Austrstu, sliu, llrit, Chest, from S V
ilueueme. Am tern, Kltiutt, fm Tort nanitile
City of 1'oWlo, Am, sinl, Maury from Yoko
hama ,,,,,v .,
Jai .Malce, sun, t-'recman, from Kauai. . . .
Walnunalo. stm. Nelson, from YVaimaiulo.
Ilirmah. Ilrlr hV. Witr. from (llsscnw
lav.n. Am, v,h Lie, llicsmoll, front San IVan.
ciseo and cruise,, ,,,,,,,
Moldil, tlm. McCregor. from Koolau
l.cahl, sell, froai Koholalel , ...
Uonruelo, Ant hiirne, Cousins from S K. .
lUla. Am. bllnc, ClitTorJ, from San rranelscu
Jennie Waller, achr, from llilo ,
Kauilcaouli, acli, for HonoVoa ... .March 34
Waichu, sch, lor Waiahu.. "
KiUuea llou, stm, hears, fur Kahulul... . . M 74
Moicolil. stm. Mctirrfior, for Kootau ' 34
Lcholiho, sen, for Nawill.ih . " ,4
Kale, llasv blc, Kothfos, for San FransHscu.. " 35
C R IHshou, stm, UasU, for llsnuliua . " 15
Iwalanl. sim, Cameron, for Kauai 4 s
Nelri Mernll, ach, for Lahains " 35
llaleakala, sch, for I'epecleo. . ' 3$
I'Unter, rm, Hales for Maalaca, Kont ami
Kinau, stin, Klna. foe HUuaiiJ war usrti.
ituntcr, .sin svn ok, lot Arcric
son, laeiueii, for Mulolat an4 liana
Toklo. Am S S. Maurr. for San I ran
Ka llol. ach. for l.umhuho.
Caiertia, h, for llanalci.,,,,,, ..,,,,.,.
Marion, sch, for Wainvea, Kauai
IJSeilKf . srui. i l.snacn. lor winuwaro pgnv
Am.tia, Am bktne, Newlull, for Von 'lawn
Mars, Am h Ik, Allen, for An lie
W (J, Irskln, Am l .-tri, Turner, for San
Our loeal rsnt.i list for thivck is uoavoislablr
trout nan rranciHO, i-er inscsirers-, aiann fi-i
Frank C KeiafUU, II I' fllnwosl. I I. I'ursl 1'. A
ItniLail tiki wife, (. S lalltm, I. A llruflajt, Kc.
From Son raus.isc, 11 CoiueUi, Mareh f
Ikaucsss, fl lu.n.iMiM,, s. n ,i
II Isinalsaiu. I Ikule. I Mcllsls
lUlaTtsk. II lliansiuaii, s. A lsysly,
A Mratlon, I,
rroui Nvii Krandss'o. lr ALsiassU, March ll J
n..o, sirs I J 0u, W Wussn, W (spaldlnr, ln
ill H .tcKli,r.vi. Um II llcklmn. Mr. .1. Sosua
CtsMsvasu, PCJonssv Jr, MrsSW lAslrrtr.sUut bier
ami uiiani, .
ami Infant, Mrs las altCofd Mis I. MrCurd, Mi.l K
Ult-oid, Mrs 11 w lUnltr, Mis. Harrier, U I, llusf),
Mrs b II ItUlr, l KeosUU, V W Mat, Jiilisi. II
Mr. J II hinub, II W sUr.i.J, lolui While,
sruiis r ri lojiuru., aiss. at 1,
KW lly.r, MU II P II
lists. Wltlac li.maM.
rs sv I rtstu
itV 1'ntiu.sn, IT.uilow it. Mullen, Mrs Miliuils
11 II I'rair, Alls. 1. rrall, i.ri I ll
ft lloih, I'll lWd.u,Mr.'llll.d.u.
lUsshtr.Wuri llaih, I'll IWd.u.Mr. i'llll.d.u.
C C ll."w-Jt, Mi. C (. Iltrmxi, llorac Nuiih, Mrs
11 .Mull.. 11 1, iiiiKninwu. Mrs It I, lluiuiui.ni,
MsuC Wassls.slb, Mrs H I' lhinham,tlM f I
I Lu Inns, J l Kl-e, A K Vail, MU il U jtcvU, W
II t'eruwoT MU. C Howe. A II Hull. Ml.. I M Man.
ai is. s Aiaaerssai, in 1 ,s .sissiirsuii, is si
N Y koor, Alfred -1WI, j K tla ., Mrs
MMr fil, Ml.s P (..I.. I A Mi.ium
Mr. 1 1 st,ut.ia-, Vr Wluinai,, tin
!ts4('Ai.Jersii. Itel VV AisdirsuiL k U' Hush. Mm
in f r. ssaur,
sa4 tuj ssi.
in.. .. s . 1 l- il... s,.. , . 1 :.. sil.. sS
1. HIM. HMWU.
mild,, j.,, I l ,v,.r, m,i. j , .a,,,u. , ,, ,
ilusjh, I,. Cssria, It Moctou, K V Jl.fr ik.
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V llli. I
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K .ln-.,. II llrMr, ll
Hiiksyeli W t,m is II
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lurlil . ,1. hrau lal's 111, llaetAvMA (
1 s lireail, SS' sll. rlo'tf, s Istle, lia rv h laSr
M shingles, J I WatrrlHWis. v (I KSWi, ISA
gnrt wil Irwin, ss"i h" ". C O. mi
I al, in, neiiin ss, iid
ui, ijn rstrrtl
gmrn ss ri irwin, ssi n1 . s, sr. rienr,
nk waain in laaLi maiha. Ilna l eifl llmtli
IsiitU w, is mules 4, nor, CMn nin ssn stiff
Frm, 1n rmrrriaeo, fr Alamsal, Xltrvh .
f'Hnann. 1 1 c hanlsvtf: I.von k larssey, fn e mtm,
il 0 hm-y atwIsj Wlitrnsaei A Wrlthl. sj sksstji.
14 mm lli F II Otetlnej, hi wlMt A M
Xltill, a dry loon's; I' A IH. 1 e !- amt shnj
t 1 rare . a ! ivytiti. r i
im. 4 pkn lyfi r " "
f (I Mall m. 11 rolla
liKr: t j Mtmmii, ; f Im; Ifittiiit.t C'. tf
IHItKru) -'IHT V"( J PP (Ststratn, it irtiwi t -(
urttj Mar k Co, t kg wmH and 4itl1, tnm
C. 1 ln wMky. J I. NiMfntWc, to pB fumWwr
itootitMifl boo. n HmMi, pfcirt tructfW; 1
win k . a 1 ft wm, 94 IK ftftwi, if vmpt frrwvr ;
tilnh, jM eitrrtti HTF (-' , ft t Ittrnlftm; V,
rnMtr ft frlcM mrmM mi bmnfmnA Hrt II I. M
Iniyrv, M c Alilk, (irtnhimin Alo,;n IvMs i i
Titn nvi 1 PK Pi'fir imitMirn, i numi rihi nr
ihui.bc iitnmim: r. it
.hum; u h nuon. in crmi mww
y'trnf, 34 tVi ht(pbW tfootUi ( O
ft-rtiiteo; ltrtioy ti In,, t Hi 4Hlt
r. 1 do (fn
ItntrKV, Ii W RI rat.n
k nnu, I ('I hnnV, tf MU ppst, f c fiud, lo r
O tyi, r iMIlk, 7f r ttyhttcy, VwJ
(loiif, yrt fek iMricy. 4
tur. ? r chnntpun,
ft 1st.. iiApkiMint 1
t: C K Wtrftam. l-i
Mffli4. i6 NklM rm. lUvl
?rMftf, iu jitt tut boitvr;
.iflrlBa V It A.laa SaVaH aJb . a
1 iiii"ii sMiiiii iru in iriTTrs,
Adam. M pk m.r, A ) "
rtr, Unmm, .Hmhh i Co., 1; c itai iMt k
Otkf. 9 ik gruerlt, tmlingtmni k Co ifii blu
liartiwire f U,it biitiw, w pVg nrocfni.
Wolf ft l .iftitrtU, nt)piiHR foxmr,e, Mynwn Im.,
00 nt k tract
i1c4li.)tiiinil hu, li!: Rur Mrw . phg 1Vi,
it. wiim, to ikf(4 pi(fTt j ri u.n jr , nnaitwr)r
KnitiMy ttw, 43 pvgt icroctf); m iittnip
61 pVit Brucfft. Pt ItIic dry cool and 1
1 II (a.
llrown k I'Mllif, 14 Vf hnlwf. Cry. BoJa
Work to, 17; pk il; V Uattr, t twi;
;MtLiirmy ton, mi ykf frorrt ami io; M
Mclm-rv. hcr i ml, to t ontun. V. SoftmUXluketT A
Co., 8 pig dry Kotn-W: S Ntti, to hrowftj
Hrcwr-VCo, lApkaftrangf.; Ktnnctly n. Co., 70 (k
friKrri4, II Johtiann, tMVi ikg sroctl ami ifa,
ItttlASun. to iikm htulvr! I f Vtrhmi. at
pkc irrxttfe ami dry ftomW: AlayAto., 40 pkgt
unxene; W II Ho1me ftk rtmir, 7 k Itrati;
ftn; CM lUtitl t rrtllllnfry .; Well, Frfl&
Co , t) pa merclwndl'; Ororr, 441 trWga micfMn
iitukifki k im . 1 c iiucaifttrv: t u iitirar. c irnn
li?, 6plt(t in-Tthaniliw In aMr; ClifiH
iim 1 irmt.
1771 (kg inetcI.Anilitt.
N S S'.t PikttUtori 54 too coal,
ffrifiiti tiro Itrmoml
Tor seventeen jrnrsnf rnnllnunus iroicrity
rtml business usrfulntss Messrs. Ilyman Urns,
luve ncciiilril llielr irrscnt (U.irters on Mer
chant street. Since it ss.-it strtrlnl tins ttnrr
lias cmitlnueil lo fill .1 necsl in Honolulu trade.
Staple ctKls have alsvny Ireeii Its specially.
It's prAprictori claim that Ihey have always
ilonc a strictly Ircitlmatc imtiortltii' anil loh
hing liusincss. Willi this etui in vless they
have alnteil lo keep Iheir stock of such a char
acter that retail merchant dealing in any of ihe
lines they carrieil could nut fail to fiml in the
establishment of Ilyman llros. something nec
essary in their own trade. Although for some
time past the Merclianl-slrcel store of Ihe firm
has lieen loo contracted for the adequate dis
play of their goods the proprietors have become
so attached to the stand from their long asso
ciation with it, fmm certain points in favor of
its location anil from that ingrained conserva
tism of the old-school mercantile character
wlitch dislikes change for its ossn sake, nq
thotight of removal ssas contemplated by the
firm up to the last month of last year. At that
lime Ihe lirni learned that satisfactory arrange
ments could not he made ssilh Ihe new pro
prietor of the Merchant-street properly of which
Ihey had been so long tenants.
The closing up of the California Furniture
Manufacturing Company left their desirable
stand vacant. This stand hat lieen leased by
ihe Ilyman Urns. The vsork of remodeling
and refitting is practically finished, and (ior
lions of the linn's extensive slock nre, now in
position. The main store is 35 feet svidc and
75 feet deep. The rear portion of this main
slorc, and are of 34 by 15, has been taken for
an office and in the rear of this office is a Mart
house 24 x 45. Above the main store is a
room for the storage of open goods and broken
The fittings of the main store arc at once
plain, substantial, convenient and attractive. On
the WaikiM side of Ihe store is a broad side
board, alios e which ample shelving extends
for fio feet. The sidelioard and shelving on
the opposite side of the store, bring broken by
a door ami n stairway, arc not quite so long.
Three broad counters occupy most ol the space
between the shelving. On these counters and
side boards will be displayed samples ofa long
list of goods of which Ihc follotsing curt men
tion indicates only a few major lines. The
firm's specialty is American staples, represen
ting the I-ondon, Wamasulta, Amoskcagtie
ami many other of the best United States
mills. American hats, lsoots and shoes fot both
men and women are also imported. Knglish,
I'rencli and German stock consists of Fancy
dress goods, merinoes, linens, cashmeres,
hoisery, notions and trimmings.
The firm consists of five tuothers, two re
siding in Honolulu, Iwo in San Francisco and
one in New York. The firm has existed since
1862, and Ihe Ilnnohilan branch was estab
lished in 1S67.
There is some prospect of a concert troupe
coming here in July. Whether it comes or
not, will depend on the amount of subscrip
tions that can lie raised here. Manager
Allison, of Sjdpcy, has engaged the relebratesl
violinist Kcincnsi, who, with live other pimple,
will probably leave San Francisco late in
June. Mr. Allison toM Judge IlickcUon and
other citizens nf Honolulu that, provided a
reasonable subscription would lie raised, the
ttoupe would be allowed to come 011 the
Mariposa or Alameda, and remain here two
" "" T!
Mr. C. J. I'ishel announces a grand opening
nf millinery goods the early part of next week,
when ev cryliody's "sister, or iheir cousin, or
their aunt J' will lie dealt with liberally.
At ih resident of MKls HUIiOlT, drrtirr llerf
lartU and Alokea Sirrers, will t snM, on aivsntai ol
ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL Vml,
At is, o'ebxk a. sr,, on ihe mmisrs, th rntir luius.
licaa lurmtiirt I'l part fc luiuvsv,
llarMlMMn Carpet, Join; Upriiht Piluo t'orte, Mir.
rort. Divan, r-sy cnslr and Koclrrs, V4Ur
Vicuna Chairs. Iharulticrs. I'iirur.. it
Music llu. 'lea I'ovs. lovuilo-ertulns ami !",
llrarlsell. Unions I'-llensaxi inin(TaU, rUtlo.il,
CuptxArtl. Iun4 Ckalrs, Ib-sl, CVos-kriy -atml Clafv
ware, Table Wares. Ikwk Cs, Kefrig.ralor, A LtM
ami Ovule Udleruoa of
J'ori'., rtntctr ri'( IVrri.
Ofth. Uturtr khis fits rWiea. II. W M.rtW
lop Itnlessoiu lei, Jlcduaa.
1 Hnlessoiu I er, llcduaanl. IttinaSM, W asheram?,
ainu '1 able, ire. Hair ItallreShMi. IVlk. I'dlna.:
s nains. 1 aues,
Molina Mallreses. Moosvllo Kcl. lUanleia. L'os.ilrii
Sl. ... ISII.. I'.... .'.... ...I II..I... L1 Sl'u.
la,.. L.cf. arul ItasbuL. koi M'wd
roUs, Painitd WarilnsUs, I, sua llcietus, R. W,
layuu-e, llous.hs.il ClrilHarJ, UinLcs, Csuiauu,
Huts ami Mill. Trsiltt ,-srll, Km last, ilath "luU,
llos. ha.i .idd.r, Vfl'.lpesll. Iji io.sr, Mir
tnd rsiulKi. luru'liu., llBT'lenTarJi, kc at,., tr.
H. I. ADAMS,
T AND AT SOUTH KONA, Hwall.
I tr instructed 10 orlsr al ll.Uic Anslbw,
Al issiVlsisk nsiim, al Sahpyuy-m,
TUat Civtatlu Pasrotil of Losud,
isiiuoj at KkskIL 5srsillt Kss Maw.lt, ta.1 rn.ir
banksiUrlr iUtIU-I In' Kojal Pals it u;. I- U.
A-anl l I. so Kidwlolkti.l.Cunlalulia'aai ij u"
1 tj-is asics telri tU 1I1 apwrttcssriaat taseusesii
tbsretsi UkNigsn,-;, Jber
,1 lliilhiliiin I'wh IAr rr.rl,
T B, P AUAMU,
s RAND SALK
LlJwVA Ll LO
iff .-ittiBh .
I1 Ort mU TnMtw it UatW I'.rt.ie, f
stwll n llsbMe Awtl, KIR CASH, im
Mniulnj-, Urn Until liny nf April,
A. I). iMi.m tmrib&mm,iit&fai
Vir llnutr I.nt4,
Lan.li al MakatwU, Knhala, llawifll tS"
LOT iCm l IMHj' ll CM (to
Mttajgrin, iMr In nHrrMe), ma arIWH
LOT Kk tand and nflkAK m ifc M f
sta.Bf.ks, rsar th nMfcuMl, mtl ritrmtnl tVMH
lTT s-Cwm, Kilt and I'Wmi Lanal MtU wt
wi. 01 iia nsn. rrr m aibimjmt, airasfll.:
Aainsslnvi at fn lor, act.
101 4 'Hi. risantiA rl)el of Mst.lssla
wiKJlfttf. M Here.
Lands al W. latin, Mololial 1
1.01" r-Orv. Kolo pateli a "11 ls.le,''lrvwn
faifpsiti; artssftlcil in (m r of KuMM. inlreia, r.
i'kctf an acre
l,OI a Kalo ami Ktlta liknil, arluat. n Ih rlst
mink of ih. stream ailjotnlnt atana f eif tifis Vnleana.
41 lino, a. ace.
Kalo tnd Kula IoimI, s4tii.tr on il, v. est
'the ttrawlat I la Ium I Ion with the hi ami U
by the public; rowf. tt rno Mte.
bank of th
1.(11 a Kalo an.1 Kula Mr!, siruat t
vyeslrrft M of U'aialua, aJJotnlftir; I'linWiiia.
LOT 3Kula ljuid, silll.le hi the mauVa prt of
WaUItla. r8 4-ltnaere.
LOT 6-.Mounrjtn tarns! onmprldn? ihr liiti.r ,att
CifWalatua. 13 j 93rmaerta
Lamli at Kapahuhi, Island of Dahut
LOT A 1 im acre.
C--07 100 acre.
1.0 T I) I rr-miane. Im F t tlusrre. Lot
F 408-roo acre. Ixit Oi 46-rm acre. Lw II-
4j-imisrress Il I 16 atre. .
1 lies ninalot. niarled bs l.ller. ar. .tin, I. hit ll.
lach nt KtutavKl, ast of IlhlmorHl lleail, frof'itTnx rwl
a roa,l fretn llnnuhihi Inr way of Kaploliui I'ark run
nine betn-eeil lhm ml ll,- sea, anil are nUalile.foe
oountry resitlem wlrh Boml faeftilte for sea bssthint'
I.Ol I'aslnt. l-snil tir Kainlanl P.tit wtihiii
rMeh of arTeati svler s 01. ion aere.
LOT jr Pasture ami arable near Kniilolsirt I'ark;
ssilltin reaeli rifannan water. 31 o-wod acres.
LOT T--.Pa,ttire arsl arable l.in.1 near K.iiiol.t,!
,,-.1 . . r:..t- ... -1 ......
ram, viiiiiin rcienm aneian water.
11 9.io arres
s, Pasture and aenblff l.twt n..r t?., .lAl.nl
I'arkt within racli ot arremail water. 31 as-tno acres
LOT 3i Pasture losmi near Kaiio1ani Park, rr
LOT 13 Pasture land near Kaptotanl I'ark ; within
reach of artesian water, jr 30-100 arret.
LOT -Pasture land Incindlnir DLlintnJ Head
lit headland . r fxtttltHee of All th wrtsl. 79 acres
LOT 37 Pasture (ami msVaiof rraJ, east of 'lele
graph station, 453 aires
LOT 36 Pasture land maikal of read, w.st of Tel.
graph Sratlon 34 rs
LOT jo- Pasture land on rhe slop rnauka of rowil,
rusar Telegraph Station. 439 joroo sere.
LO f iwThe Kapahuhi sea fisher)-.
The Ahuputa of Walpiull, Island f Kauai:
1 his laml will lie advertised more full) in derail later.
tiTVUn of this pm.erts can b een at the rtfhVss of
E P. ADAMS,
TWT ORTGAGEES' NOTICE of SALE
Dy direction of II. A. Idcnunntht? motica2cei.ms-!sl
ii a ccruin liKlrnitire of mortttage, tlatrd Octo4er lath,
iB78, ma-Ic Iy U.V, (w) and Maihul (w) lo ai.t H, A
i(Jiinaiiti, I unidiTf-ctc-J iu tvcll m jruhlVauttioiion
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
At 19 noon, m my Snleartxim. in Honolulu, alt tho
Vtrre or I'nrrfU f fount,
Situate At PaIkh., U'aUnac. ItLuu) oC Oafiu, and lnsinjj
all t!i bnd i)ftcrll)--d in HojaI Patent Xt. t34j,
Ku1uia Itclu 10584, Vor fun her nanimlar A(ly u
Or to Cecil l.r-jwn, Attorney all-aw.
OT AT KAPI0LAN1 I'ARK.
On Momlur, April 2Bth.
At inoorat Saie-.roftin I willolTrrJU auction lhal lot
of land on hanatna Avenue. LiKinn w. Lot No. j
Kcnahulu, ailjncent to Kaiit.inl l'jtk Mkl comalning
an un of 4 13-10 acres, hainz m frontage nf vo fi
on wW avenue and a depth of fr feet. 7I1., Je watte
luee-wrpraxil) lw dlreuly opixmUe ttie lot ltelof)x-
ll.fl to Mr. Cecil Urnwri and 1'. IIeman,
11 IniMee. uf die Un-.ii1o Kuate lav UU ont
another Avenue, lack of JiU lot o that it will luive n
frniaKon two trcett. Water can tw oUalue.! friu
IX iwliccnjarteian ell-v!oitingt JamttC'ss.mj.bi'll,
I.m. fTiitl wrfn.t. 'lenmt'ailu
tirvtt at 111 fr.tAfr'x,-.Viriir.
ALUAHLE BUILDING LOTS
I has. received irilrsikvn.aTfrfrirfalal I'JUt.
SATURDAY, Al AUG 11 tfl)
At i o'cliw-ls ntMtfi
-I t in Sti I f j no in,
rl1rV:rtalii three M- or aitrU of Um on I.tinaMi
wtfXIfliMuMrects ailjjem to the rr-Jdcitre of Y. V.
-titl, Uvi. ansl Ui'u, tU & fror.tase of ti fort ftnd
(e dt(lh: Uincjart of Leu numterf nl jj
rn Otpnnci,t uney fnK -
'iljetiutioiiof ilMt.i Hiih their IWautiful vie.
f DiUfXl I Uoul and t.S ()ccjli t tr.i WaUo Motm
uim r lh fiWavuit nUtihoi la4 aiul tta ruininy lo
llnr town--alifl(f ttsi r reiirfrr them thr mot
n&siRAM.K ion nuu.piNcr
Ttut c-MiU U oUaUr-i. Htiriai ilu-te.) upno the
vfeM (rwii riimhl-owl tiUen I hem -nl-to
A ina-4 imutxiani utduirr cvaUf Jiil-K.. Plan U tU
and tun U iueu w the ruow U
0T1CB OP ASSIONIUIS !ALU.
TtissLpirsofik4 esi.i. m r-1 McCanJUas, t
Umsrsipt, will oder f,- aak.i FUIH1C AlllJIIllN
11th any of APRIL,
Al io A.H, ,f THK tsALK-iKOOM SiFK. I.
AlAMS,ll'st..'(sd'sali,Miilanrls an. I b!( Ui.
rtl, isas. uf uaa in Hi Mi rtVri ami
Lol of LtnJ n Manas Vsll
XiTTI'a;ieiuilof (rt's sip,! ll.wsil, Xl.ui tnsl
KjumI ralial la this ttl ij mI.
for th Atsiist,
Cl'i .11.1, w.i-,
Bl linsKllllsKS so rililtl. nissSMa
chut; U Ibctr lul iut Ik, bomhig ywe.
fnUy iri!il is, rrtsat ih uisi -I lUJe i
.. .,.'.' '."-i .-"-- w-- ..-r-
..nwiihr. ssTMVtwissrsftsci-wsary aim lasaawic
suUriial.a,uL)r, wutitiT. o.jrt, S
num. umuvm, ,
i-J. ic a" tfi f-fc