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MAY, j. 1834
The Mission Children's Society will hold lis
rr r monthly meeting ill the resilience of
Ji Jbw uhIIii this evening.
The SI. Louis College hand numlxrlng four
trn meinlwrs, it under the tuition of Mr,
( hark, Michielt. Its member iil.ivnl for (he
Hi I time in public on taster Hundaj, in the
On t nihy evening 15th instant, a select
comr any "f friends .naernbled nt thr resilience
or the bride's father In allend the wedding fit
Mr IKrbert M. Dow and MlnHidieC. I.)lc.
I he ccriinonlcs were peiformed al 8 o'clock
by Kcv J. A. Crii.in.
On Tuesilay evening the band gite n com
plinunlary concert nt the llnnniiati liolrl for
fovwnor Hale ol Wjoming, after which the
bind l) gillurcil In Ihe basement patlnrs
and sang to Die honor of Mr. V, 0. Irwin,
Mr Snrn. Parker ami Mr. t.lod.
'Ihe leiml will play at I'ninia Squie this
sfltniooti at 4130.
flv rtur, lloirtUda and f'omtance. ,, .Mever1er
I'ucr irouifauoTir. ... . .verai
I -.yptrl, lit Itmiutfkli .lecwri
Vo-lexiWn, l'arisina . Dontretll
Wvfir Hi. Howenhow . ,, Coole
I'olka, I1.e FllMSiep ..Coole
On Monday and Tuesday evenings there
wdl be moonlight concerts at llinma Square.
The I lonolulu Vncht and licit Club expec
In hac an arsvver from 'the government soon
as lo the location of their club house. A
site at the foot of Alakeft (tree! near the Mail
iu Compmy's whirl will probably be granted.
IJf, When the site is formally made over to the
club, Ihe secretary will "go lor lite inciHlicr
slnps. One nf the largest and most plcnsint gather
ings nf Ihe season was llut which assembled on
Tiicsdaj Ivr,at the residence nfMr. John Noll,
on King street, to witness the wedding or his
second daughter, Misj Alice Jane Noll to Mr.
llnB Alvm II. Kascrnan. The company numbered
lljB about 75, and among Ihe numerous relatives
B ' rT oriil rrijtiili una a lims-ia rjsMrreisnlttinti
from the fire department, including the
late thief engineer, Mr. George Lucas. The
floral (l!p!a was unique.
Distance and the pale light of the moon lent
thi'ir enchantment to a scene on Nuuanu street
Tuesday night, which came well nigh tennin
sling in a tragedy. It was not a war chariot,
thoutliil came with fury down the quiet streets
It was Only a one-horse chaise. It wasnot an
infuriated wairior that warned to and fro ami
cuised the steed ; he bad but late returned
from thr sacrifice to Ilacchtis. " Ilcgone, dull
care 1 " he muttered As he lashed the dumb
brulc, and rushed down upon a carriage head
ing the same way, and which careened at the
shock. Sober men alone averted the impend-
tit- ing danger, but 'twas no thanks to "cabby."
j ric louowing arc 111c names 01 in; lauies
wlio will have tables at the fair next wecki
fancy goods department s Her Majesty, Queen
Knpiiil.ini and Mrs. Paul N'euman, Queen
Dowager I'miiii, Mrs. McUrevv, Mrs. Dr.
PJ.""' Hcdgcra, Mr. L. P. Adams, Mrs Dr. llagm,
and Mr J. Oilman; children ss table, Miss Net
tle Trigloan; art table, Mrs. S. 1). Dole;
candy lable. Miss Mary Dabcock ; flowers,
Miss May llurbank ; swln water, Mrs. II. A.
I'arndce. All of the aboe will be glad to
recuse contiibuiiont fur their respective de
partments. Ihcrefreshments will lie unikr the
general supers Won of Mrs Captain Fuller and
Mrs, Ilaalelea Alt Ihe above will be accom
panied by an able corps of assistants.
The concert given at the Kaumakapili
church last .Situnlay night by the natives un
der the direction of Mr. Henry vVatcrhousc,
netted alxmt $100, which is for the benefit of ihe
church fund. The music was furnished prin
ts, tipuuy uy me I- tl. v. IV. uauvc emu, con
If . listing of a sextette of voung men who were
assisted b) Hon. John T. llaker anil Mr. J. V.
I'll, and an orchestra Of stringed instruments.
The audience was very demonstrative, often
applauding in the middle of a sentence or nt
Ihe end of .1 line. There were several good
voices in the chorus, ihougli they vet much
needed training. Mr. J. V. 1'ii sung two
solos and was enthusiastically encored. This
gentleman has an excellent baritone voice and
Willi the proper training might make a vocalist
CtMiifeiMrti .Vrir. fi. MVeAr
SiiliuJiiy: Legislature opens ; usual "pomp
and circumstance;" unusuil length of speech.
Janitor of former legislature smashes several
legislative desks, in the Interests of reform.
Fifteen legislators lunched at the Minisleiial
Mess by the mighty muddler, who wanted 'cm
tu vote fur Domlnls 'gainst Khodcx, becausi
the llrown Ikivs were "agin" Gibson & Co.;
Icglslatoii look in ihe lairy. Captain DaU
and officer Dayton left on ihe Steamer C. K.
Itishop, in sciich of the Kapiolanl. Concert
at Kaumakapili Church, netted $104. Satis
factory practice with the new tire engines at
Ihe Likehke wharf, King Kalakaua patron
lit.1 Mr, I'tlngef's merry-go-round.
SunJjjr: The matudinal nap of Mr, V, G.
Irwin, whose city residence is opposite ihe
itoman Catholic Cathedral, rudely Inteiupled
by a Horal kleplonunlac, who wanted to deck
the shrine of Ilacrhus. Tussle on ihe lawn.
Law and order victorious, The C. 15, llishop
ovciukcs the KaptoUnl, 90 miles out, and
officer Dayton arrests Captain Cook and crew;
110 bloodshed. Newilopaituie in Foit-strect
churih choir, an orchestral accompaniment;
.IWjt : S.-coml day of the legislature ;
fust dayV busitieks j first victory fur rcfAmn In
the election of Mr. Rhode 'to the permanent
presidency. tileamer C. K. llishop returned
with KlptoUuI and her precious fieight, King
Kalakaua bought Diamond Head at the Lu
ll alio hud sale for $3,3011. Summer term of
public schools liegun.
TuitUy Minister Oulick confined lo his
home with matsilal fever. Mr. Kauukale,
gieat petitioner, wants tq loose ihe lepers.
U',;ltiii.iX Work began on loundaiion of
new lunk. Alnounceuient nude thai no out
Maivdim! CKtonallon bills remain unpaid, 'Hah!
-rMr, C IL Ituckland steps down and out
from the lUllttlu csIrtorUl room. More peti
, tiu-ts fioui Mr, Kauukale.
Tkurshjf. Daily Hawaiian opens ill ejes
to in expectant wuilj. lUther bright child.
New hand at the lUdletin IkIIow t knows how
lo write. Dejurlusc of Alameda much vi'gar
rid many ucugtrs --Drvcovery made that
iot all the ctiruiiation bills vie paid. So
J-Xitajr; FirpoaivinIs- paraile, The Kaio;
K Lint ckCuisionisU'weie committed for tital be-
, fuse ihe tuurcuie court. The legislature get-
ItasK l'u11 to i" voik( the pantile Ifgal mem-
'1st font) leiK4uhi vtaws (8,Qsx,ooa fur
nUrHl'li XJ tst lolegtiffcli UM lb ill
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im nunciay evening i on direct i nurcii
was densely filled. The rnuisral service was
expcciilly fine and attractive. The addition of
the orchestra conqioscdof siring and wind In
slrumenls proved especially cnjo)ible. The
hanno'iy was excellent, ami the effect very
pleasing. Pastor Cruan preicheil an escllent
discourse from Timothy 4t0, "(imlllncM Is
profilable, having promise of Iht hfi that new
it." There is room 10 give only one of the
nuny excellent int of the discourse, Mr,
Cruan said t "True religion pavj a man finan
cial!). This isatow, sordid argument, I know,
but It it He argument which Influences men in
"the life tint now is." I'irsl, I hold that true
religion fits a man for suexss in life. Take a
young man, just on the threshold of life ; let
him come here a stranger to liegin the Little
for success; now, the very best ciplnl such
a )ourig mm can have Is a strong, stalwart
religious chiraclcr, and a letter commending
him to one of tltcse Christian churches. If
he add lo these abilit) and pcrscvcrence, such
a )oung man's success is assured, I would
rather my golden-haired Imy should thus begin
life twenty )CA'S from now, than to possess
$100,000, The fortune would certainly ruin
him if he had not moral principle. If he was
a true Christian mm, hi' fuluie would give me
no uneasiness, though he faced the world
empty handed. Then, agiin, it costs less to
serve God than it does to serve the Devil. You
say lint religion Is expensive. Yes, in manv
cases too much so, but expensive churches are
ccrtnlnli not one of Ihe evils of Ilonohdu.
Did you ever figure the monc) cost of serving
the Devil? A decent wine party (if there Is
such a tiring) will cost more than the rent of
hilf a ilncn pews in Ibis church. 1 he tntneco
bill of many a smoker more than equals the
contribution of Ihe average church member.
Take two men : here is a Christian who has
consecrated ever) thing to God; he gives of his
money, time, thought, work and svmpalhy lo
God's cause. Here Is another who serves the
Devil as only a ioor drunkard can t he lays on
Ihe Devil's attar, the saloon bar, money that is
pale with the tears of his wife, ragged with his
children's ivcil), and red with the blood of
his own soul. Which man sicrificcs most In
the service of his master ? Take a oung man:
I am certain it will cost an) )oung man in
Honolulu less to come into the church, and
cheerfully bear his share of the burdens of the
church, than it will to be a man of the world.
Just sum it up a little : There is )our Sundiy
carriage hire; therearc theatres and bills, and
dress rnrades : there is your tobacco bill, and
jour bill for wine, beer, ind something stronger;
there arc oilier sins which tax not only the
manhood, but tire pocket, which I dare not
even name. Now, if )0u belong to the world,
ami don't indulge in these things not necessa
rily all, but most of them the world will call
)nu mean and stingy. I till )nu, the most re
morseless tax upon a rum's finances is sin.
Now, godliness prevents all this drain. It cuts
off all these sins, which are like so many
leeches on a )oung man's ourse.
Take two facts which touch this point of
the comparative expenslveness of teligion and
sin: Forevery dolhr Hiuaii spends on her
churches she spends twent) -five for liquor,
hive no figures to verify this statement. It
is but a guess. You say 'it is a very wild one.'
Perhaps. Do we spend proportionately more
on our religion than the U. S.? Do we drink
less liquor ptr capita ? Doctor Fowler in hi
book, 'The Great Criminal,' gives figures to
prove that where the United States spends one
dollar for religion she spends seventy-five for
liquor! I have heard the statement made, I
know not how true it is, that one of our saloons
took over $50,oooacross its bar last year! This
immense liquor bill Christianity would save this
nation, to say nothing of the additional saving
in morals, order, manhood, and nil that makes
a people strong and great. This other fact :
Whit nations to day hold the treasures of the
world? They are those nations which infidels
call priest-ridden. Again, third, teligion pa)S
financially, in the security it giv e-s a commu
nity. In the speech from the throne esterdiy
we were told of the necessity for an increase
in the number and efficiency of our armed
force. Well, )es, perhaps. Would jou pro
tect Hawaii, and give her people security?
l.ct me tell ) oil what is more potent than a stand
ing ."innv, galling guns, mounted police or se
cret detectives: Take the motto of the W. C.
T. U. of America and make it our own : A
school-house on every hill-top, and not a sa
loon in the valley I' Let those in high places
and low foster education, good morals and re
ligion. Uvcry teacher and every minister will
be worth a score of soldiers or policemen. Do
you doubt it ? The money-nerve is one of the
most sensitive in any community. Wherever
there is lawlessness or disorder, it quivers like
the hand of a frightened woman. Yonder in
New Kngland is one of the most intelligent
and moral peoples on Ihe face of the earth.
They have their schools and churches on every
hill-top, and very few saloons. You can Imr-
row all the money ou want there on good se
curity at from 4 to 6 per cent interest. Go to
the lawless, rioting, drinking frontier, where
saloons abound, and churches are rare, ami
you must pay from fifteen to twenty-five per
cent interest, if )nu would Iwrrow money.
Religion secures order and peace, hence it is
the great financial conservator. Every man
who owns property in Honolulu, or conducts
a business here, is financially benefitted by
these churches. I lis property would be at
once dcpicciated if they were blotted out.
The money which a community puis into its
churches and schools, yields the largest return
of any investment it can possibly make.
TJse IfoMowiu Vin iJeiHiriutrMf,
The annual parade of Ihe Fire Department
which usually takes place in February was
deferred until the assembling of the legislature,
that the members might witness the ditplay.
On Friday, at 10:30 A. M., the l)s came nut
iu good style, having met the evening before
and decorated their engines and hose carts.
They met at the bell tower, and after march
ing through the principal streets, they went up
King sheet to the palace and were received
by his nujesty, who eip lessed himself delight
ed with their appearance. They then marched
to Ihe government buildings where the mem
bers of the legislature, which had adjourned
for that purpose, were in walling together with
a large crowd of spectators. The procession
was one of the finest or the kind ever witnessed
in Honolulu. The fire dcpailmenlwas out in
full force and in full uniform. The new engines
were drawn l-y four horses and the others by
two horses each. After the parade, the com
panies returned to their respective quarters.
Last evening the bell tower was brilliantly
illuminated, and the various engine and hose
oiupau)' houses were as gaily decorated with
colored lanterns as they had been drescd with
flags, flowers and evergreens during the day.
With the notice of the magnificent display
which the lite department nude, of their steam
fire engines ) evterday, in presence of the legis
lature and a laige crowd of sps-cutors, it may
not be amiss to give a bilcf resume of some of
the Incidents which led to (licit Inception, or
organization and success as a voluntary fire
The earliest lire 00 record was the burning
of a whale ship In ihe harbor in the spring of
184S. Neil occurred the lire of July 6, 1848,
when three house were burned near Smith's
Chu4fa, wbi) svaa only saved by the ciwiIqa
u( tht kUM uustast by Itat CHW nt H. U,
yV bt.g J.amIor:li I he ,pring of 1i0 ,wo
ttiae srip, cre ),, ln ,,c ,Amt ,y f,re)
both tires were thought to be the work nf in
The first orgmlrallon wis effectrd in Octo
Ixr 1S50, when Honolulu No. I was oigan
icil with Mr. llrarrdon is foremm and IM
ward Hurgess assistant. This emnpinyti spoken
of as hiving done good work November 6th,
immediately after their fornulion, nt a fire on
Ihe north side of Nuuanti street, between King
and Marine, where eleven houses were dc
xtrn)ed, of which Marshal W. C. Parke still
carries vivid recollections. AIhhii this time
Mr. A. II. Hates drew up n law for Hid nrgaul
ration of the fire department, which was
adopted by the privy council December 57,
1850, and confirmed by the leglshtuic Ihe
Ily authority of this Itw, Mr. A. J. Cnrt
wrlglit was appointed Chief I'ngineer li) the
laic Governor Kekumioa, I'eb. 3d, 1S51.
There wns after this a lapse of about four )enrs
In which no fires occurred worth mentioning,
and the fire companies lost interest in the nut
ter ; but, after the burning of ihe Varieties
1 heatrc, in Jul), 1855, Compan) No. 1 was re
organized and sent for an engine, which arrived
on the Vankec, July 16th, 1856. 'this was n
pitno engine, built In San Francisco. This en
glne was initiated only ten ila)s after its arrival
at a fire which occurred July 26th, in the rear
of Vincent's Carientcr Shop, oil King Street,
where seven nillve houses were deslro)cd.
The laic George McLean, an old resident, had
at that time a small pump which was worker'
by n pedal, with a hose about ten fict long,
ami with which he often did efficient service.
In the early part of 1S65 a new Hunncman
Lngine was sent for, which arrived In May, and
was used by Ihe company unlit January, 1871)
when it was laid aside for cases of erncrgcnc)
and tn give place to a steamer.
John A. Ilasscngcr took a very active part
in re-forming No. I Company and mi sending
for Ihe engine.
The money for all the fire depirtment sup
plies was donated from the public.
King Kalakaua was al one lime Foreman of
It is claimed that engine company No. 2
was stalled first, and that they established the
department. lis first engine was obtained
from a lioston vessel in 1S50, and was housed
in the Iln-wcr premises on Fort street, and in
1851 they moved from them lo their present
quarters on Union street. In 1858 they se
cured .1 Hunncman engine which they hive
used until the present time. Until liSl the
water suppl) consisted of n four-Inch pipe ex
tending from the Nuu.iuu reservoir, when Jacob
Ilrown and Williim It. Wright hid twelve
inch mains on Nuuamr street.
In 1S51 the Chinese secured from China a
small hand engine with which they did good
service, water being supplied liy a long line of
attendants with buckets whieli were passed
from one to another. After the Hour mill fire on
December 25, 1SC0, compmies No. 3 and 4
were organized; Pacific Co. No. 3 Inking lire
discmled engine of No. 2, with Captain
James as foreman and William Wilson as
assistant, and Hawaii No. 4 taking the old en
gine of No. 1, The Cartwright lire of Novem
ber 3, 1S62. showed Ihe need of more iioe,
and soon Pacific Co. No. 3 secured a four
wheeled carriage and assumed the name of
Hose Co. No. I. Hawaii engine Co. iV. 4
since the resignation of William Wclrstcr and
J. O Dnminis, its first foreman and assistant,
Ins been a native company, )ct working iir
pcerfect lnrmon) with the other conqianies.
The Hook and Lidder compiti), after
severe culy struggles, hive nobly held their
pi ice in the depattment. The apparatus the)
now have is their third outfit, the first one
having been nude here.
The v ery destructive fire of 1S77 which swept
the esplanade from Queen strcel down, de
stroying property to the amount of $258,700
was soon followed by the Afong and Achuck
fire and it was then discovered that the depart
ment stood in great need of steam fire engines.
The Chinese were the fist to subscribe for a,
steamer, but engine Co. No. I through a spirit
cf rivalry sent an order for one and the en
gines arrived on the same steamer and came
out for trial on the same day. They were lxith
manufactured by Cl.ipp.V Jones, Hudson, New
York, The two new additions of steimer for
compmies 2 and 4, have recently been fully
described r,n these columns. The department
is now equipped witli steamers throughout for
all its engine compaiaies.
Thr Olhrr laliiuilm.
Walluku lliver bridge could tie crossed last
week by foot pisscngers only. Those who
wUhcd to bringthcir horses across had lo swim
them, and get native help as the river war-
rapid. The bridge has not been considered
safe for some time and is being put in order
The great Crater Kilauea is no doubt unu
sually active. The new unnager, Mr. Thomp
son, acted as guide for Mr.Johnston, Onoinea,
and Mr. Smith, Makiwao, on April 22nd.
Several shocks of earth make were felt in the
crater while they were there, same as were felt
in Hilo at same time ; they were said to be
the most sevrre in several )ears.
An attempt to set on fire the new restaurant
of James Miller at Illlo, on April 15th, fortu
nately was not successful, but no doubt would
have been had not the building been unusually
moist caused by so much ram lately. 1 he
building was burning some when it v is dis
covered in early morning, and pieces of char
coal and portions of a hag saturated with ker
osene were found, showing the person meant
The second Concert given at Haili Church,
Hilo, on the 19th ultimo, was even better than
Ihe first. The selections were all very choice
in every respect, and rendered in Ijest style-.
The audience was not as large as it should
have been, considering it was for the benefit of
the church. The native tilent sang beautifully.
Mrs. It. C. Drown, Mr. and Mrs. Niau arc
entitled 10 grcil credit for their fin: singing
and guitar playing. Hon. J, Nawahl sang
one selection, was encored and sang an Ameii
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The Perils of Wealth will be Mr. Cm
tan's thrnie Sundiy morninc, and The I'une
with Holes in It, the evening subject, in the
evening ihe musical service will be given es.
eclal proniiiuncc. In addition 10 citrgrega
llorul singing led by the choir and urclwstra,
thcie will Iw rendered both vocal and instru
Mr, Halloa Tumor, an evangelist who
recently arrived from New Zealand, where he
conducted a seites of meetings, gv (wo
lectures on the Epistle, tu the Uouuni oil
Thursday and Friday evenings of last wed.
ami two shmlai lectures on the same evenings
of this week,
Key, S. E. llUhop will occupy the pu'pit at
, .1 I . .M. .
Mrs. Stilling', death will be ptrtsvMl low
to mtstj lovifl (iltndi.
Our llAurthtttt fallrr
I went to Ablolani Hale last Saturday
V ith nob and snob ami ruljrir nb,
1 o -e nt 1 miiM see '
I saw a big deal that was imix5sing and a smill
ileal that was ridiculous ; and I saw ihe new
leal In legislators. The liall) jnpers have
descnlicil the " pigcant," and doubtless a
teguhf Press tejiortct has done the sune. I
didn't get much of the "pigcant" In mine.
Inside the hall, genial John Hassingcr piloted
ihe way lo three chair, " reserved for the
Presn," he sahl. I thought he meant Ihe
SHilrda) Press. I aftcrwanls found he meant
press with .1 smill p. llut I kept the seat all
the sime, notwithstanding the Inughty ques
tioning of a fierce-looking scribe from one of
the d lilies, who wanted In know If I was "a
reporter." On the whole the show was n
good one, well worth the price of admission.
Ihe King looked welt and rcid well. I heard
a gentleman say to llic lady by Ids side liodi
were strangers 1 "He is n splendid looking
leilowi" and the lady replied "liver so much
more kingly looking 1I1111 the Prince, of Wales."
I heard also the murmur of comment which
ran around the room before the Knglish sir
sion nf the speech hid been hill readt "Gib
son, Irom the word go," Is a fair epitome of
what was said
There is one Honolulu scribbler who dances
so divinely that his familiars have dubbed him
"the fmii." I am not that he worse luck!
llut I was at the little hop given last Monday
night at the residence of Hon. S. O. Wilder.
The hop wis given to the friends of Mr. Cult)
Wilder. Honolulu's prettiest girts were there
moil of theim and among the twenty. two
Lilly guests only two were mirncd. I he most
praclictd nnd popuhr of our dancing )oung
men were In attendance, and every one's card
was well written up before 8:30. Dmcing be
gun at 7130 nnd continued until past II, with,
of course, a grateful Interlude, In whieli to at-
tick, carry by storm and vigorousl) dismantle
a most nppctiting spread. So far, Mr. flalt)
Wilder' hop is ( or was ) Ihe pirty of (lie sea
son. 1'or one, I am glad the king bought Dia
mond Head. Thai iingnificent head land
ought never to go into priv He hinds. Yet I
should "admire" lo own it particularly if
there were no taxes In piy. It would be
vastly fine, for instance, as one were incoming
on a Trisco steamer, lo answer jiuutily, as
one was asked about " that rcnnrkahle peak
)onder," "Oh, that's Leahi, foreigners
till it Diamond Head; it's pirt of my Ha-
Aaiian estates, )ou know 1" As I can't have
it myself, I'm very glad the king Ins it. P. S.
It was .1 rather funny incident oflast Morula) "s
sde that Mr. J. S. Webb should hive thought
of purchasing Leahi on specuhtion ; and so,
unwillingly, bid against his master's master;
who was reprcsentcil at the auction by Colonel
Macfarlane, acting through Judge ltickerlon.
Mr. Webb succeeded in tunning up Ihe prop
erly a few dollars; the Luinldo estate being
the gainer. As the ministerial and rojnl
watchword is at present "economy," the
kingly purchiscr will scarcely feel the advance.
I hive seen an ndvmce copy of Mr. Screno
llishop's monogriph on the after-glow, lo ap
pear in the Hawaihn Monthly. So far as my
own reading goes, and that of those reading
men with whom I hive conversed on the sub
ject, no account his'liccn written of the great
Krakatoi eruption of list )car which equals
that of Mr. llishop in clearness, in comprehen
siveness and in reasonable explanation of the
after-glow phenomena. The Mny number of
the Monthly will deserve to be rend, if for
nothing else than Mr. llishop's valuable piper.
The library fair will open next Thursdiyr
The library needs moncv, and the fair s)sttm
is the best way to secure it. Undoubtedly the
fair will reward pilronagc by its independent
merit. The ladies and gentlemen who are
working for it hive certainly the ability to
make it a success. Apropos of a well
intentioned piragraph in one of the papers,
I am authorizes! lo state that the ice-cream
tables have not secured "all" the pretty
girls. Of my own knowledge I know tint the
fiir (tost office has secured the services of two
of the most attractive girls in the burg. The
face of either would be an ordimr) )oung
womm's fortune. Moreov er, each has brains.
And then the fair Floras of the flower tables 1
and half a score of others who might be men
tinned ! Shall the frigidl) -seductiv e, the more
or less deadly ice-cream, monnnpolizc the good
lookb of our merry, merry maidens ? Heaven
Apropos of the lloavrs, there was a very
pretty innovation at Ihe Ilelhel scial last
riuirsil.ijr niiht, Tor which Mrs. S. M, Damon
Is responsible. A "Inppy thourjlit" came to
that deservedly popular laily, in llic miilst of
the pleasant lierjlnning of Ihe social. With
her accustomed promptness she ilrove rapidly
home) and shortly returned with a basket of
button-hole bouquets, one of which was given
tn each person present. The lady's Mayday
inspiration was appreciated.
Apropos of May-Day, why liad Honolulu
no May-Day picnic? I suggest, for nest )ear,
a May-Day outing in which the children of all
Ihe Sunday Schools may join. I'or this ) ear,
why not have one on Saturday, May 31st?
Honolulu, Friday, May 2. 1S84.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany arc enlarging their sheds, on their
The American lurlentlne Eureka, is, ill
charging and loading at I'acilic Mail Steam
ship Company's wharf,
At the foot of 1'ort street the American bark
Hope is discharging a cargo of lumber, for
Messrs. Levveis S. Coole.
The llritlsh lutk Sir William Wallace is ills,
charging coal at the loot of I.lkehke wharf,
Tor Messrs. Wheeler S. Co,
The American tern Dora llluhm, haslnuled
lo the Oceanic Steamship Cunipanj's wharf, lo
load sugir, for Sail I'rancisco. She will prob
ably sail to day.
The American lutWntlne W, II, Dimond,
arrived fium San I'ranciaco last 'lluirsilay
morning, after a passage of 15 da vs. She
docked at the Ivtplanide, npisile Ihe custom
house, where she Is now discharging. She
will return to San Francisco in a few dap.
On SuipIav, April Clh, J, , Petertn,
)omia man bclopiiing to e rrcu of the uKl
uliale lr.uL. I)oAt), ran nv,iyt pulllnj; liU last
nu I el Into a loaf of bread which Uf.tc.1 Mm
six iU)s Ue worulcrctl up the Nuuanu Val
Icy and conc4?alvsl htnuclf in tht? wtxvU, t;ci
itn; the full licnefit of the atmna lacciutit
m in, until Kiiihy enin hcn fne KanaLas,
Includm one mountiM juiliccman, came um
and arretted him, w7vn lie wjl taken tu the
sialion house ami then to the reif wheiuhe was
kept two WixWs waiting for a while tJtlp. A
none came inU m he as allowed to n, hut
Wairned to leave the counlry, which he did on
Thursday, returning to the Cuat by the Ala
meda, 1 1 1
Mr. ), D. Strong wa confined to htt
bed during a tortluit of (lie pat Meek, He
hurt hit right arm bv abra&ioi. glnj ruly
nail, which c4ul Inilainniailui, aceompanted
by cxcrucitttiiL! uiin. The Ln lured arm Has
IttH iuDimed and lu lulnful yctterday than
since tho Injury and Mr, Strtt hopM tu
it-MttK wj h iwo or iwt mrniiftw n
VW Mtt wak. '
I! 1 hi ie. May 1, titi
mie mere is no improvement 10 recor I In -ral
ind we are pteisel in find a more Imnyanl f-i-llng '
prrradmg rommfrHsl clrrtetilnn hlsbeen shown -hue
..iirar l-aan tn tlruy. I h.s s. remarked u-m al the
1 1.. 1. .. si -1... 1. . iu , . , '
land sale oil Mondvy 1 11 I hit sale as c.f surh mat 1
numleaMo pro, e the rlnct(Al cmmThl frtii of
tltf wrfV; full -d-rtlcitbnr-f ntildi iirlvtn U-lo
'Ihe tnoveitiMtt of rofeiflii fth'pmnz tor lh eI hM
Ucti frwititnt tunH tn leep pact will, the Mh
pei-tatting, a much prrlMjrt from the bw flit trt which
rtP -! In pr tt lids! readied, (tn, Vm wvttal arriFaU
rrviteil the itwMHiwn.
The ti.1iir.H for ih uetlt .mbn.ee ll Ihirmih for
..a .... . . ...a
Ai,MnitM. i-mrj; a imn lat nf nwiUMc, thr Lliatl- I
Hatnoti for San fra-Kitea, wtili dujar, .alueil al I
Jj-sJ.rj79.fl5, nml ife AUmetJa wltli ftt-umteil farjfoof
MinJ producr, valurtl at $ti9.5?j.dt Of viar ht
took 4,t,774Ut, mnl Urr aini;er llu (1, we liflrcve
the L-tra-M xoJt iliat !m jet been made, ntany pa
jtHjr leing !l botjltd tm?ttmni(-t
'IhearrlraU luve Utn -)r.entAt frc nmt tarieJ
iIkhisIi Lomiru In alwtit all nt otts,e am! emltnwe tKr
I ,ircVi anilW It Diinor-htrrntn ian rallCco, wit It tar
gt- Dfnuitd inrcUnJ!r, Sir Williim allace, from
Newcs-vilf.'AithcOal.ltie I lof-o from Ihe mund with him
ler, nml tli I.Mnorr, wit'i coal fiom Nanimo, II t
'Ihe Oimonil tnnjsi on (iij'a later hewn from that
rce-tteri liy Lnt Meamr, ltit e tstrn of no rlnngr Id
the marVrt rate of our prenlwe. She will ollow llif
Dorn Itlulim In the ()jtp.nlc Co, line with diipatclt
I tie real e4ate u!e oti Monday laM Ijj Mr. 1,1
Adinn atlrvtcd together a K'x)y numUr oflntef
et"i put I let. Yht litJOiriR wm .p.rltet1 ami the (trice
real 1 red were far aheait of expecUllon. thongli the
rettvlence lot of Mr. rfe, ami Mr, K It Hiomii on
ktiholalm pi tint failed to finj Ml at their upvct
price. 'Ilie fallowing ht conipries the -e eflectrd,
the area, pnee nml purchaser, mt it a Iikjwii at the
time of Kate:
No 1 Lot at Auflalolitmi, Pauoa. area, t $350,
tn M 1'erreira,
Now-Ij uh lMiiti!ini,i at South kona, nret,
j6r-tooftcres $175 to II A idetn-nn
.No 1 (fou.Jot tn South kona, oren, 1 acre, Jwn,
to II Watefhtn..-
No 4 1'iei.cof lindln South Kom.arri, , Sito,
. to L Hnnimer.
No. J rani w lin.l In Soulli kona, area. 50 06
tuu acre. $70 to II Water hoi im
No 7llouveand lot at NahioVii. Ifamattti-i, arrn.
6K acrm. $1.410 otnlcna Siicar Co
No 8lxt i and 3 nt kapaltulii, adjoining Kapio
lani tiarV. ar-u, ti 3t)-itj acre, $51 (er acre, to
II A Uiderrvann.
No 9- Cane an4 pture hnd at Malfapala, Kohatd,
arra, 4 40-K0 acres, $8st tu I II tavie.
No 10 -Kaloaih) lnlNide lind ailliiining Nitilil, Ko
hnli, area, a 75-iuo nrrc, $s;o, t j Jn Kail.
No 11 Miul.n portion of MnkniuU, Kohali, mott)
wTHxlland. area, -til acret. J1.0.X). to L 1 Hart.
No ta Ixi 1 of land at Wainlut, MoloLat, n-100
acre, "j.10, to v u .-wnitii.
No 13 Ixit 2d Imdi at Waialua Mohkat, area,
HMooacrr. Ino.lnCV( l.rl..
No 1 4 I Ait 3 of lap J at Waialua. iMoloUal, .-!
acre, 350, iu -) is, Niipidea.
No 15 Lot 4 of Until at U'aialu-i, Molokal, area
n fl-lnuacre. Sao. lo Cecil Mrowti
No trS It i of hnd at Waialua, Mololcai, 184-100
acre., jo, to 1 ict! lirown.
XNo 1 7i-Di 0 niotmialii und. Area, rix oa-tno acre,
. . sil '
St7i. to M Green.
No t8 to a6, A to I -I,ot on the eahore, eat of
Dutnund Head, $7,520, lo A kumnilra,
ISo a6 Lot yt paMure Und near Kapiolanl pirl,
are-i, 3a oa-iou acre, $105. to II A iJcitunn.
Np 07 Iot 31 pasture Und near knptohnl arl(
arei, 91 90-100 acre, $250, to II J An new.
No .3- XmI 3a p.itiire land near Kapiolanl pirL,
area, 32 gi-iOQ acreK, $6SV.j, t( II J Agnew.
No 9- t,ot 3j p.tnre Und rer KipiohnI part,
area, 54 $-io at, res. yuo, to 11 I Dillinglnm.
Nq 30 tt 34 paiuri land near Kapiolanl par,
area, 11 75-100 acre, $175, toh W Maliefona
No 31 and 32 I,nt 33 ami 36 pavlure land including:
Diamond, are.1, 7iV.'i acre., $1,610,10 Ih Maiety
No 33 Lot 37ainre hnd eat of Telegraph Ma
tion. area, 455 acres i,575, to W K Kouell.
o 34 1x11 is paitirc lanu we 01 leiegrapn Ha
tlon, area, 3.4 acre, $1,625, I' I' Udhnfthani.
No 35 IM 3c) picture land iniiiUa of lel-griph
station, area, 4519 $cwu acre, $uot to l1 Milton.
No 36 Lot 40 kapaliidu ea lnherf, $3,oo, to A
No 37 1 lot at Waipouli, Katiala $105, to Mr.
No 18 and 33 lot at Waipouli, Kauai, $235, to (1
No 40 and 413 Ict at Waipouli, Kauai, $310, to W
C Achi. f"
No 43 to 476 tot at Wfaijouh, Kauai, $354, to II
No 48 to ja5 lot at Waipouli, Kauai, $560, to V I.
No 51 Lol 17 cane, paMure woodland, WaiouH(
Kauai, $ 1 5.7-0, to MaVee Suar Co.
No 54 Ilonoliilii Hale Temne Merchant Mreet,
$37,600, to ILiwauin KOvernment.
No 55 Prtini-vei at Pan 00, (Siwjei'i. jard) $j(Coo
to C K lllsliop
No 56 Rice Und at WalkiW, area, 17 acre, $5,200,
to Mr, CR liidiup
No 57 Rice land at WailciLi. area, it 96-100 acre,
$JS7Si I'flnce Likchkc,
No 58 and 59 kato land at WniliU. area, about 3
acie, $1,05, to Mr. C R ltihop.
No 60 Mouse lot at I-sliAim, Maui, $4fo, toWM
r,iton. Total amount of sale a above recordnl,
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Douah I!u njjfl.luliia..,,
.iu.. Am tern.
i I uric. I'Jnh-lfow Amir,
, . Am 1 ki
Sir Wiiliam Waiiacf, Ilrown, , . .ItntUL
W. It. DimoM), Uoudlett . ,..., .Am lEIsiue
r.UilNOWE, Jenk. , Am Hk
1). C. Mt kka., llerr) .. ...Am III.
Vessels Expscted from Fornn Ports.
Hkcmkn, Ocr. Mc. Siica llolim-.ii
Due tioA I Iat.ts,fcM -C Co , agent.
Lhiri-ool,, lirit blc. Clan Okni... , , . Wilson
Due June 510.
Nfw Vokw, Am. IV. AontR Caniik . ...IVndelton
ihie now UaMie a. took, agents
llo-siov, Ani. lit, AtvT UhNku . , .Neuelt
Due June 15 C. Hrewer & Co., ngert.
MiCKONPktA, Am. I'vJtne. Mokning Si ah Oarlan-1
Due now. k. O. Hall & Son. Azint.
Nfw CAtTt L,Nb W, ; . . ,. JohnSmuh
uue now. ., i. irwin, Agcni.
Nfm Caitlf, N S W, IlKsieti ,. ,, ,,, . ,,. ...
Due iioh. I. I. S. N Co , Ajcnts. .
Lufrj-poi, Uiitis, . Ctrt ok Pari-. ..Ichead
lo nail March a8tti.t.v. Macfarlane & Co. aucnt.
Nkw CASTtn. N S W Nic hit Rkmiiki.. .
i,o.i(imft; .Men as Agent -
Nfc Castlf, N S W, Am l)lc U'iilahd MrncjFTT,
.Sttttles. Io-iJln0! -,10119811.. Wittier & Co. Apfiit-.
San 1 kancico, Am 1 Cm nt Smjnk... De-trUum
Due Ma 17. tJHackfeM . Co, agents,
hN l-ftANCiscivAmss Marikka., Howard
Due ma)1 S. VG liwin & Co, agents.
SDNit,, lirit ss Alstraim , . .Gheht
DucM-vn. II H-cLfeM at Cu. nv?ent.
jAittT, Haw sclir Kaluna. .. .. Lowell
iiue rtiaj 1-3. t r -.ookc, ugent
Sn I'HANtisco, Am bk Caiimhirn. ,. ..HiUjWiI
lxaiJiiie April 15. H HatLfclJanJ Co, ngrmi.
HukiwiLivr, Am Kl.r In btiiNAVKK. KuUrtJon
San 1-RssNiivai, Am ttnc J D SmcckFLj... .Irets
San I rancucii, Aw batne W (J Ihmii Turner
Due Mav s-10, (J Invlu-t Co, asenli.
LtvrKHoL, Hnt lit, Vakuna. ... . , Itijram
Loading March 10.
Kinau. Mm, King, from Hilo and way port .April 36
KiUura Huu, stm, Seats, f.om Kahului. ,.... ?6
Waielui, turn, from Wajatua.,,, , " 36
I tiuVat, sch, from Waialua " ?6
IvstaUnl, Ktm, Cameron, from kol-aand VaIinea ' a6
hiuun, fcch, fruni Ifcria... ,. ' 36
llalcalcala, ich, from I'rjitekeo , .,, ., 37
Waluialu, ch, Killing, trom Kuloa ' 97
Rainlowk Khrfrom KooUu,,.,a ,. " a;
C K Hi-hoti, nut, Dais, from sea (Kapiolanl in
In tow J. ,
Wailete, M.h, fiom Maliko.... . T.,j..i ' a3
KcLauluuMscli, trom llanalvl. ,,,,, ,,, " aB
Xrttic Mrrnlt. Ui, from laliaina... ,..... s3
hoircla, Am llktne, le, from .San t'raiicinco. . , ' s-j
Ja4.Maiecrstin,Camcruu, from Kapaa, Kttauet
and llanalei, . ' 30
Mar J- foMer, kclir, from Walanae . ,. M 30
Hope, Am Hk, IViiliatlo, from I'oit 'loMn-nd ' 30
iir William Wallir, IlrU HI, Ilrown, from
ew Castle, N. W . 30
Marion, schr, from Watatue.. ..,,, 33
Man Altct, sctir, from lanau .,, 30
V, II Dimond, Am llktne, lloudlctt, from Pan
lranclco .,., , .,...,, ...May 1
!eahl. sihr, frctn Knholatclt . I
(en. hue), sdvn rum Kootau . .,,. ... ., t
I.Kltvorc, Am lit, Jenks. from lkpamire lb)' ' 1
Kaui-faouM, ichr, from Haipsnua .. a
D C Murray, Ambk, 1 Jerry, from San rrancUco M 9
Ktiiaut stra. Ktnj, from Hilo and waj port. , ' 4
MoktIiiMra, Mdreg-kr, frgm K(-)lau t
I'Unicr. stm, IUts Irom Koua and Kau.. a
C K ni-shoi), stm, Davis for sea tn search of sch
Kapkiatii... , .. . ,
Hurmali, lllil I k, Valt, fur Valirsivj.
CI a Hanwn, Am scli, 3prsgut, fur ban Fran-
daCUsi . . . .
Mokulil, urn, McHreor, for KoUu,..., t .
Ihua, stm iortnn, for Molokai and liana
Kob Roy, wh, fr Kuolau, .
Kilauea (ou, stm, Matrhant. for Kahulul,. ..
Khukal, sch, for VVVlalua . ,
Martoii, sch, for Walanac .. ,
laika, sch, fur Kolk-vlu . , . ,
L ll..ls.-.n ., li,.,I. .- Il I...
. " at
s. r i", mm., tsstm, u( ii-(iu-u..
Iwalaul, stin, (Cameron, fgr Koloa an4 Walmes,
rwiiisfu, miii, ."t )" llitu r)U way porii
Vamilu, .h, Kiiliri, for Koloa,, ,
Kckauluotil, sch, for 11 anal 1 1 ,
Watmanalo, stm. Nelwn, WatraAnaln.,
J-mnta, scii, for Waiata,,,.,. ,,,,....,.,
Netlte Merrill, kS. (of 1 .aha! no. , t
Llholiho, w,h Ut Walniea ,
llaleakau. st.Ii. for l'cnceLt ...
".a". '""V.' 'JI- lftl. '
AUmeka, stm. Ms-rt-s, fr Kan rrviU,. May
From Kahulul, per Kl-aea Hou, April s4-W II
UaJey and vvtfe, H ConiwtU, I I Martin, MUs Green,
turn Kaav, rnr Ittalanl, Aieil 6 W K Rovirll. O
It PaUiau, H Rke, tfnd;t.Iirn. G N Wilcov,
(1 Dtvlc antl ton, Mr lionarons, M Jlahn, Mrs. ct
womU, Mis. Muors, Mlu Hardy, Mlw Talis.
From Hawaii and Maul, pet Kinau, Awd aoS R
Wilder, j P I'aikcr, ) NawaM, Kaunanuno, j M
KauwUa ti i(ef H pailcraud son, I, Altolo. U II
llilthwa, j W ,la W ) i-wUet F II J-m. C
SUnaaa ajd , JShnuo. K M JntU, Mw M S
Uii,d)lt,W MaiH-o,H Motm ria Mon.
due. ClV?wa, K Scbhltr. A lluJsau, K Carn. I
A CIum aAd ift U Drt'v. P d'A4UaJt, lMw.
nr". Mr7 U "" ) AuV KM BaiUc, Z. x
Hanlr. K Wtuhes, il TUikt, W PrUner, I (anAc4L
II A KfUf, H H H(tOcitt.K MUKKauil;
larrrti. MU Kv-hiWi, H KuiheUm and ,tft. MU
law. Cu J HifS Mrs M Wood, C V AW. Can J
Ntfa g-d rv M7 l'IUN h T Aksar A D
, amlrr. It IM.I.in, S M Kainkai Mn M and Miss X 1
It' lerlr, W V. Ilomtr j
himlnFtin ".wf"'-", Ai-il r Mrs A
-iiikvu inn ik ti trrni
nm s rrarci-. mil It tHrwwd. T
Mi - o 0 I 'sniyer, slim t M Ssnry , Mr. I. Itori
rrnm llauaii a id Vlnul per Kinau, M-iv a llishop
J ft1, r !''' ,',!,',"i,,'"t.k ?" ""? 1, ,"""M "
r IVule, Mm fUntriam, I lV.-.l.rr, I N V ltlrn
- m w.f, J
I mm HkiII and Mum, pe- I'bnter, Mf J F
Wanl wilt, 7 turn drttl r d-vahier, t Itmtr.
riwWrtl.niennd ktmf. pf Jm JHafc, Ap"H it
1 1 KicruriMun, i 1, KhMrnimtnswi e ,i
Ml. kt li !fm.l, !te tWemia
1 llti'l ffAittmer,
Mrs J li
Utmey, FA VA VUt
ltf Man flArl If-nntii, pr nanar. April 9 fi
Chwfc nml lfe. Mb ln(, Ml? C II MVIdn ami
V - WTK
nfi1fl, rr. MatVal!. Mm I
Mr I ftt llt, Mh K
K ICose. Ill' Lrowell anil
wife, S A..k- . ml.
Vur Valmrmiso, per nurmsh, Apttt J ent m.
Pot San f- ranetseo. r UiarM I ianson, April !- f
iV -siuthiev, J IS rseney,
Itil. rr-r KtWnM Hon, A felt tAWIj&
nrsrn fseij ri i,uihi aini iiaasm, 1 " Jif a
U Irtit, If At Akmndef, Mb K Mitletm.
ft-- . . . la.I.t ..! -...1.1
Uilil and raakl, II , (lihlmia, !. -W I L
For Km 1 rr twnHnl. Anr.1 to W II Kfc ft-
and mil, Mr li Wlir, J Spsttwrri
Per Mm tut ItiMri. rr Klfttrtt. Acfrlt o- !' N
Mftkeftnt wil W V iiomcr, I Rtchanfmn, Mry'
M I ike, I M Hutr-r, W It ., j V Ofrvtrt aM
K Uilhelm, Ml V Afanfc V A Klmvr. J oTinrHtr,
A tonwmi-- ( f Mh,)! Giffnwtlt. 11 1 IteMwtn,
Or t nder dr K n totf nnd IhlM, j Cottptr, Mrs
I'tierftm m'thM, iU nnd Ml Ihckramm. 110
lttnVIry iJ wile. Mm Wticot, Mm (ftr-o, Mr
Henrv. Mis I N Wr.Kht. It Out. and wif-;. Mil Krln
tor San IVaniii-'o ner Atamtdi. Mav i A V Klrtt
land, A t t ri in Ir A A Confer And dftujthtcr. M
1 1 man, wil r 1 1 . nerviuita .mm li MrKay. Rin
t Loan Lain httn!iAm, wife and mak).
INrU, h I
fuu ', i i; i
i; I lu)d And wire, J H waiver,
II J I ere
re), it 11 i farrttn ana lUtngitwr,
L A Chanc an.
id wife. M Mon.er. I d Aubendc. Mi
Caj t sear nl t chitdran, W M (ireenwood, I' O Neil
Kev V AtFkinde-r wife And tUdihur. J K Ketton
andwiTe, I l nJOftiM A Miller, FC Uwl,
,M AiHervm, II Mckenne, CO Hardy, 0 Aml-mon,
I S Itiirk, J I Jitdflc, mfeand .hil 1, A Kennedy. In
I no, Chui llttL W l-orrei-ter. I 1'etry, wife arHlctiUd,
WMtCIrm V-nNuiiClian.S I Alexander, M Hi II A
5-coit and t IJreii. Mr I C liwrie, W I l'oler, Mr
WC Wild-. nd -, (i rHolm-a, W J Ilnlie, Mnl
Levti, txm .ind daughter, KM Ivls Mrs j Haj
e Men and , mldr n, Mr J MtConl &n,1 a children,
Mr I) U ) tm-i r on 1 chill, Mm 11 UmrisM ium
on, I) Nwtn.i ant wife, MIw M .St Claire, W M
nMt II M it-i o, J Mierni4ii, C MWman and wife, (
Volt. A Hut. it, I'll Arm-Id, W IT Dlniund, I' I a
Mundue, II ici.wJ J Winchell, d I oiiipKif II
D.elle)(f) ttutnJo. M S Vivte, M LotiHitw RJ
ninieii, i ii-s, r jniifio, 1 uiiACkor-Kr. o rrecr-,
II l'ran, Ah . C linri, Ahl, Ahe, kokone.
e. I W
Wilton, i: M J mr 11, A I Witdet, .M Wadlfcy. C II
WooImmcKip, II I urley nnd nervatit, Wdtcl, 11,
m, . lit
item. I II Whrtt jn, Alt I iwn, S) Wtm. S Adam. Ir.
N Riuglinl. J Ir. l.Curlihc, 11 Ct-ot. Ah Sanj, 1
iitri, ahluok, tXiittai, Alt hticn,
1 or Kauai, twr las M&Vee. Mav i Dole and tn
From Sin Francisco, per I.tireki. April 30 I)aiN&
-,tj, 4 l'i; inirsto iijwtr. i,0jv nat,N. nour, joun iiini,
- ....... I -...!.. n.... 1.1 T..
ware, j iCtMoiltt, jspk; himtiure; a net
, 179 (., dotft and hhn'fa; Mrt'l Ijtct
Kohlnisvun. 17a ,.''
iS nlsiri fltwiniE nnrMneniid eum.S Manure.
e. 43 PW
pd tcaj C
fiirnitiuc: lrw.111 tv j. t8.cxx hird hnilss. au t
1 Oulick. 111 okafs tun tier. 48 vku ). t uleit iron
uorV. 1 Dk ' IjiN- tuhndtsi rods: 1 I Waterhotivc. i
PS p.rocene f-M and drj ijuchN, S. Iwnd, 4 pkc
Carlo)kBcid, 5tih.ufT & Co, laysi hnrl'j; llacVfeTd
it 1,0. 13a k- ice:. P03 onon niugie, 7ftoo k k tie
iaieilii I' all A nin. i tk hardw.ire: Iiine JL
Co, 6ou p'-sc f't.J, a rows, fi calve; Pc,fi(. Nav. Co,
i3 pkt hir cltim.kr, Wulfc & l-JwanU, 510 plj;
groccneii; (,jv Donuni, ?j rke! twder; Hyman Jlru
3jf pkit't lxi and t'rj gomi; J I) l,nn4 pkgnmartle;
C Itrtwer ti C s pki pipe; Cemee r .tin 1139 tk"
nidisc. I rum Port IownenJ, per hope, April o tij,l45 fi
rough N w limiwr, 152,56 ft dieicd lumber, o.T.tj
cadtrpiiM, 4 iMckeu, t;t M shingles, 30 M late
to I,ewsr ft . wU.
Irom New fuu'e, N S W per Sir William Wallace,
April 3o-!,?6 iomc1.1I to Willcrft Co.
trurii San 1 nnoco. per W II Dimond, .May 1 J D
Ine, 4 ihtj inniM-; Conl Soda Vrfoij, ao pVg Car
liOv'sacid: C I tatiiic't, 304 p1R nnd pcsbrirjn mate,
rials ; l)iieA. t o, 111 p(cj; n-utortcd Kroretk, 303 hVh
tluur; ifij j k(( sroccrie, 25 lin 1 saml, J 1, Ihiih, y
bale ha, oj icti. leed; Hjman I'.rtw, 35 "bale hay, 71
clc. feed, 57 pka proretie, boots and hats; MtLhejv
ney V Son, 1,175 ywn 'lour, feed and groceries; I ruin
sV Co, luullls, Ue, 800 U tlsAir. 75 hhU ccmertt,
33,rno Lm !(., ,7 ,1 k lime; 11 A iJemann, 93,
hard hrit-ks; C W Macfarlane, 125 lmle liiyf 1,962 tiLU
tone meat: 1. tiwlc- 111 , tnilc:'l 1-t 1 a(t. a
pot and Homing, t twle A- Cooks, 3a csptmder; Ni&
Krom Nan mi, HhT lilt-more. Ma) 2 1026 ton ord,
to Allen i. KobuiK 1.
Tor an Pranri'o itr Abmeila, May i 3fi,tg pigs
Migo, 4,120,776 '', 1,65 P-.R rc ifij,f th(, aoi j V,
lirdei, 4pksf;yt tslcin., 8 pltcs sheep tJ,in; 31 pigs
Letel ls"ave Value 219,575 OI
1te Hi tiutmri.
Tin Joviiij; men's Sumli) afternoon melt
ings at Y. M. C. A. hall ate increasing in at
tendance. To be out of fashion is to be nut of the
vs-orlil) but with lUitterick's cut palter u(tcms-
rectivcil cvtiy mnntli at '1 hiimas G. '1 imnu's
Fori Strev.1 Store, the ladies, mii.es', liojs'
niulchildreii'n suits, etc., canbe as fishionablc in
these ishnds as though they wire from Paris
"Vounc Ihson married a blonde, because,
he said, lie vv.inled to Keep within the pile nf
socict)" Tu k-ep within the pale ol. Honolulu
socict), jou must cither ride in one of Sullivan
& Buckle)' Carriagis, or keep a carriage of
vourown. Ihe plicc nf places m Honolulu to
obtain bariins in tithcr carriages or phictons
is at C. llrevvir & Co..
"Those who have traced the problem back
have ascertained that the cat was born to earth
btlore the inmis: was. 1 he latter was loosely
llung together, given n long tail, nnd told to
git up and git or the cat would hae him.Jt
That is aver) pretl) tale, but manifestly less
interesting tlnn the fact that Castle & Cooke
have just th; suits of boys' clothing lo fit Ihe
bo)s, delight their mothers "! astonish their
fathers at the smallncss of the bills.
" 1'eople who are alwa)s longing fora lislge
in some vast wilderness, wouldn't be happy if
they had one I irst thing they knew they
would be howling for a street car, five cents
worth of fine-cut, an evening paper, a dojin
I'astcrn on the half-shell, and a good dinner."
If they want really a good dinner--or lun
cheon or breakfast, for that milter the place
to get it is the Parisian Restaurant, on Ilie mau
ka side of Until street, between Nuuanu and
"I wo.ild announce to (he congicgatlon that,
probably by mistake, there was lift at the
nicctlng-hnuse this morning a small cotton um
brella, much damaged by lime nnd tear, and
of an escviilingl) pale blue color j In the place
vvlurcorwas taken a very large black silk um
brella of great beauty. Itlundcrs of this sort,
my brethren, arc getting a little too common."
It is a tntle late In the season to be looking af
ter umbrellas j but if jou want to buy )out
wife a pretty parasol, go to Watcrhousc s, No.
io Store. ""
In Honolulu, May t, to.hc wifaof C J, 1-Ulic), a
ure A of Sal..
In acsonlanc. lih a nower o( ,sl ronuln.l In a
crtaln nwrisai. ,f-d. !;v 1, T CARKhVr lo S. Ci
V,1, 1',N VT " ', KPIIINMIN, .lai-l th 3it J4y
of Hav,i8j,rcx,lejriliUreo,i.ecs ,u.,i5: Notk.
Ishenbyjiv-tii rlt ll.t JjesJ uU nuic. til
lends to fgrwlo. -Id monsair, for eunJiilina UuVtn,
and iiuun wid forctwur. Kill ull ai i-uhllc austlon .1
111. v.W row, of K. V Minn l.l Honolulu, 04
Satunlnjr, ilie. 3rd duy of Mny, 188.,
Al l M. of said Uy, Ih. premlu. ducilUJ iq uid
moiiKK a. tcuiw ifahed.
ruithsr pjnkuUrt can be 4 of C. W, ,Mvtl,
Anoniet .i tw,
II. R. MACKARI.SE,
AsvlKne. of .Mortas.
Irclieily lo I. Mjtt counKie. . lean tl taluiU.
rant 'k! crjjiiij Und-. at Ahulnuiu. JsooUurtlo.
Oalm, orljhully tiecilled v lb. KljUl Ker llijrip
Maifitet ki VV ilhatM VV eizht. anj then. rf umuI eun
veyauL lu siud . O (.artlt, SiiJ Ium la, .t,i
lour)Jr, ) loiul, llhlh Kl,llcof rcixxsvl (or
a further item of ten .., an-i enilVkCts about itj,
acrualread feiicsj anj imorovej, sruk ,h, uinlec.
of aJdiu lu wild area. '
AUu Included Wlll.1 ll Irnn. isfk-ii.1 ... a.I
. . . ' ,0',. il,lliiw OOUM aud I be
nuletial foe a rar mill cut sail reci-use, aud a sjuan-
...j o. .Mh.M.w.j 114 iiuuoiaiu .nu.tH.Drr.
Ildnoiutu, April edi, Ht,
DBAL HSTATB AT AUCTION.
rhaanlfuecaofilu sut.of OayU Cro.iiiojUif,
a Laoaruu, .iH m V uU. aurtloa, tl lUe Co.,1
imik sAWoUio Mouse. HanUcJsi, i lUltalt.U
WjMi ) al, 1 1 u viosk u., all ih. rghi lit).
- U Ih. hoi w.u 'rfT'AUvV.M.U, Km.Jj-1. M-sh,
" '. Usjy-I IsitwC Ku. .jaj, area l)l
M-1 00 .(.. AUo, 11 twKi ih tU Sol at.raol
i'i..lo, KooLw, MmiI, Ui lo Owru i. It!
I'ateM iVm. an us .-,
r'utWcr f4niwlM cu U oJIJ Utjx
' k J.aCARlfcR.
For IM eu-usm. of I Und C'musI-u(.
HWBKS Ft COOKE
re c isran'tjr eelli nMrilm- 10 iht UUtflK
andWtl.t M1.ILIKII VimKof
HOIT WBST L.UMUHH.
RUD WOOD LUMnOR,
SlllltGM'3 POSTS, etc
line, Oak, th, Km, IttleJorllnirl, Of
t k 6 lo 4 io-ti
V -IMr iJfc J
a fl MaoriwwH.
Of which we Wp
t'nt .Vffltt, nt In flOit.
Oatf MM NHV 1 d to (V. d ; SpiVe, j to I Irt ,
SU , Ac.
Corrttun.osl GnlMitlretl Iron Hootliu;
A, r, and rj fttt fnTH.
(.almel Acrft and RMshr;.
SKWKK I'll'j; Tn, RlMwa, Tfni, .Vc. , 4, 6
anu 9 mm
lsm Cotu ChlAnW And ChrMfHy Ifpe, tlie-aper
biwi iitr -iiptnor ro iiricft -nirnntni
PAIN-rPKV AND rn.AZI-.UV GOODS.
In an MtrWtieii rwr due ft&m IfetigVrmc pr Hatk
rornftle in rpnniiiHn to mi it an 1 at lMBt marlet
i84-tm I.1.WKKS klOOKti.
THn WRSTRKM AMD HAWAIIAN IN.
vestment CcmiJMiy (llmlteil.)
Mon,y IwimI fur lonji or iiil rMrftott, on apprflte.t
security Anvljrlo W. I- UKKKM,
Office IlellTt HlorW, I'oit hr. Manager.
T I C E
MR. PIUI OPn,KOFLT ha thi diy len
admitted as a partner if our firm.
HO. IlOrTSCIILArOLR ft CO.
Ilonofuhi, Mn I, lSs$4,
O T I C If.
The annua! meeting of the utoclhoUrri of the Hono
VrtiSueirConipniiv -a HI held at the odice of P A
Scha-fer JiCo.on I KIIUV nexl.the iCth hutant,
nt iu m. Per order. &
MI. RKNJLS, SenVtary.
llcmo'nlti, Miy t, i83j. i$2-it
IRIIHSIVj. TRUrftlA IRUSSKS.
IKU8SI.S TRUSSIS. 1 KUSSIIS.
TKUSM.s IRUSSES. IKirSSliS.
HOL1ISTEK & CO.
Have jusl rcoeoetl atarse Invoice of
Tbo CoJobi-ntctl Collnlolil Trusnos
iiihi-ct rsiisi t'' racTosi
i: itAVB siTCi.MJlFAcfi.irirs
1'or Adjust I u; TniseB.
HOLLISI-K & CO.,
Cor. Por nnj Mercliant streets and 59 Nuuanu strert.
Ouo Sot of Stssncil DIo-i for onttinc
Ho in mi Cap Inch lotturM
S3" Oppotiic I-ewei- & Cxl.c.
Socoutl-ltantl Typo WrUr.
hUiliCKIitKUS ta irrtiKl.cnf contfniptailnc any
clinngc in their Ii.t (or tire- coming jetir are rrpct;i
fullj rcqiintcd l pport tlic tannic -t llictrri-rliefti tin
eniicc, ti avuid unncevu cxpeiiM) with eatnrlnj;
silljcriptioni, Or dtflny with new or
TilOS. (J TilKVM,
niLLINOHAM & CO,,
I Live received a full line of the favorite
Rloo Plow, nml I'urrov Plow.,
(to nrrlvo )
These J'b-. ore all made from our own tuuerns
ny me oriuui joim uecra rviDiute I'low vvoiks,
Ih pioneer Weneni plo manufuctorv and the laietu
steel ,low works in Ihe ootid, lor the I'low. of this
niamuactum wo are uKsnts.
CUII IVArORG, HARROWS, and IIQRSK HOE
Ol.nj'AnKRN MOI.INK MOWS
1'l.ANIATION TOOLS or' ALL KINDS
DiireienlU Pulley lllockt
t'oddei Culttra, Oanlrn and Canal IUrr.
I'atuti, Paint OU and Vamliliea
ni! rKoor saym u aoxts, nut EXTiNOinsiirrs
Sf - '
' Mown ruuNitniv. i!.Kii)
linA, Chandeliers, and lanterns
etc , etc., etc.
flT NeWGoo.lt comlilllj airlvin.-.
Wi aim to keep evsrt-tluo reqnlrl in our .ne,
ikV to Mil ai lowest prices.
"" DII.T.INOHAal t CO.
AJOTICE OF, REMOVAL.
THkIR I'MCi: Of IIUINIhS
So, ns Qirtwx hthiw.v,
Neil door lo VV. G Irwin & Co..
ArniL. it. 1H4.
PanV.t ih. (it X, for tUir hheral pJIrwiaje dorin
lU jum wen)eJiti.y will O-llUir lot 10 r-f-ln
l. sai.i. M 1h.11 asv More. 1I4-V.
KNOWLES' STB AM AND VACUUV
'X ,V Cf, MTX.VJfr
a ull a4 osmoIm. uutk ( ii,
f-w lww, w. XWM l I., h. s?.. kJ
iw y mmt wy o, uu-so Hens- W UU
-?S "' ' ,iat-i.anre. M.
sshU A. svUf 04 -v.
ar i ua . . . r
CGANIC STBAMSIIII COMPANY.
TIm M(nlnt, Sew. ami Flfnl SttairsMr
MA It ll'OS A mnl AI.AMI'.DA
Witt 1mm llnnoliilil anj Pan t'ranetof
' 1st nml 15th of E.icli Mnntli.
halMimrs t tills line at. henby noiltr,l tint lljr
fll In amM I iso.li ef twifvst fi tijrlli. Or. r.
hrt!.II)-, rwi travdlme l.ol
rxvusniN tunrra r,. rounh rat,. $114.
Snl mrelHrntv-anyuf tlif Ooniian)'Slf'amers.llh
n ninety il.jra.
PaMMttsH1. mj)r l th.tr nvrn,s lW J In ajianc,
by anplv IrVg ai ih. omr. of tn Hv
lliKMiMb MnM Tor -WpmtM by 1 I.N lint, will
fc. reis?lrftl frw. nf tnfsqr In th ninpany n,w war.
hflusv, rwitl rfcrip. imiitcI f Mint, ln.iiT.nt., en
tn.rcliahilii, whim In the wvrrtrotrsi., will t at fiarmi'
WIU.IAK O IKvVINJsCa,
STllAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
I.INH OK STJAMI.RS.
ttATa , , .,;. ....Comm.nja
Will run rntiitarly fir KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.t
.. Anrll 4 I
' Ma tf
..,.. June 6
J on J
...... ' i
tscturnlnir, Toudilnir at Maalcri
Cameron, rommander, lejt Houolulti cetyTuM
Jay tit 5p.ni fur NawitmlH, Koloa, Klee K and VI
mea, Katisi Returning caz NaMrihwih every
Tht tfames Muhee,
rrremin, romman.ler, leivei Honolulu eery 'nuiri
da), at 1 p m. for Kapaa and Kilauea, Return
lug IfavtM Kauai every Tneiday at 4 p m., and touch
Ins; at Walanac A wava.
Thc V. IU lltehoju
DivlsroninnrnVr, lae Honolulu every TneiJay
at 4 r,t for l.ukulhalr. IIoioVaa,and I'aauhau Re
turning arrives at 1 lonolulu eery Sunday morning
I-TOI-TILR ff the Conmany, foot of Klliiiea
Street, near the M. S. S. Wnarf. i;t.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
(OR SAN IRANCJSCO.
Ihe blendid Steamship
Ollt'.sn-,.., iVR-,, .Cdmmandtr
will leave Honolulu for San rranrisco
On or nboutj May lltk
TJie Splendid Steamship
vny op svnynr
DHARnORn . .
....,,. Com mandr
Ou or nbout
11ir apnl lifr nrt iinw nr.n.r.l an !..,. at ,. ...
", , .. - .-. .s.i . ., .u ,-,-iist . in ,s iu
Sn i-rtucltcuand return for $115, the round nip.
Ooxt for fthlniMf-iii t -teAinrr can now bo ttctaj,
free of charKe, in the fire proof wieliuuv nar tli
st earner wharf.
l Yur freijlit or pavugr, apply to
I7 H. HACKIKM) & Co., Acntc.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
r. JinnwKn .t com im .vr9 Aomia.
Mtrrhandiw rcr!tetl Stnrioe W. nn.l l.trt fK
adraucca irudc on alnpinenti hy thii Iin.
TvTEW YORK and HONOLULU
PA CKliT L1XK.
Mpssks. W. H. CROSsvtAV jk Mun u;ii .n,i.
rjrsl-chtss ve"'l '" iHs port ihe hitler part (X Mar.
lUrtirs wishing lo ship hy Hits line will und forward
ll.e.r orders earl), so that llicie mav U no delay at
time of sailing.
BREW.ER & CO'S
Shippers will plea.se Uka nolle, that tlx fun bark,
WilllwplvceJonlhe herlh at Ilo-ton to ,a Iher.
Jim l liesl for ihis ll. Onlrra for r.oo.1, Jiould L.
KuiMcwiriMiieuiAiioi April ism 10 Insure sliip-
..hum ror luiincr iiiionnatioil aiipn
C. UKKVKR 4 CO
POR !$AH FRANCISCO.
I'll. A I liaikentin.
jr. jr. MMoxn,
lloudltll. .,, , ..Mailer
Will have quick clNpatch for th. .hove io,t. For
fi.lltht or iiasjie apply to
WM. O IRWIN ft CO, Ajents.
R,WArANI.ASK, H, n. SIACrAltANIU
fa '. MACFARLANE CO.
Importers, Comt-laaloa lf.rols-ata
nntl Sugar JTaotors.
Fit. (coof Ituilding ....i.Qucrn Mreel, llonolula.
Kilauea Susar Co, Kauai,
I1 Walkapu Suyar 1'lanUllin, Maul.
'1 he Spencvr uvar I'Lmuikiii, Hawaii
I IrHMihina Sues Co, Hawaii,
HueJoSutfar llmlJlkul. Haul, ,.
Reciprocliy$a.r Co., liana, r i i
lakha husar (tanlatioil, Oahu, t
OUU Sugar Ci. Illlo, fa-i ,
f llowalu huar Co. Maul,
I'uolc. bheep Ranch Lo tltwall,
J rowleriiLVs hieam Clow .wt Porlabb Tramny
Wiiils, lrdL j
UlrrlMi, Watson a fJg'Sn;r Machinery, Glasgow,
(.las.ow 'u! Ilrtrtlul. Una of f askeK
Mvwixnl slid ilooolutu Lin. of I'oclels,
lyuloii and Headulu Un of SiMiiurs,
Sail Jlr. lauuausr La. of IamhJou.
1SS0LUT1ON OP COPARTNHKSHIP.
'(b larlncrOtiu hcrttofcrf aiLtttu Uiwit Mu.
Cnxt V C Juiitti and Uif C Fcatla, of
Kftu. JUwiU, ccAycxl ilh ll ilralh tvf II Traclil.
Au-Aitd ajaln-si lW lata im wdl tt Mttkil uyut
applet! tut' unlrignd at K abulia, Kau, I la
1- w. u junt,
XTOTICE TO STOCKHOHMfcilg.
I Via mil bt a rr-rtUrf 0 th. rttxllvJ4i U (W
UOMUNtI bVC.M CO., n. tU (. f u
Hrcvstf tt UV4. IliKalulu, wi ?4CMwUy. April kh W itt
fJtsVKIAa, A M.e, 1 fr
Sc, I lofwinu rWM Co.
M'is ou IV. r.lrua rjr r slh, i M4.
1mmi. If. II AC sail u 4 (ii,, 4 Tranthi4lc
,. i"llKfttr'J,,;..-.. ..
iwiwr wy tt-j-twT iissswiaa
ft m sT I V4c7r-sVKsqHr3Hl ciJJaiAsvWsl I)? Iraa 9lpvH
iwu 4 iU u"
HUH IMsgM 4 Ut
I sbmmvto il ir 4v(Vjr to ivtnjti4 Mm hiiiniitt
Caiactr iW lfy)w at H Ajyti J partita
im mwshm lvH Vf mfmmtmm