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T1IOS, O, THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
AU matter for the Saturday Pif'e ahould be
addressed to tn STUDAY PRESS,"
Notice .( any ree.te of Utereet transpiring on
Ik. ether Islands m always b thankfully tMrlff J
for publication. Correspondent ire requested to
app.ad their true names to All commnnlritlonf,
oot for publication fieceaeartly, but at a guarantee
tbat the writer li acting In good ftlth.
A letter supplementing last week's in
tructlic article on Honolulu itrrrtt will Iw
published neit week.
The KInau will leire here cm Wednesday
Instead of Tuesday neat, in order to allow via
tor to attend the race.
A Kauai corteaponJent write! i " You made
a alight mistake in the numlier nf clatifieTa, It
ahoulJ hue been I jdti instead of Ij6)f."
The Frleod, the Planter' Month!, and the
Hawaiian Monthly ate out. The Anglican
will be out to-day. Notice neat week.
Tbe partlion and tlables are complete! at
Kapiohnl I'atk, and e-erthlng it In teadineti
for the agricultuial ihow, to begin on the Ijth
One day lat wetk fine lot of fish were
brought Into the full market on the whatl,
from Kahaluu t among them were about 400
akulei and 50 uioa.
Menrv Leweri - Cooke have jut com
pleted a wit of helve through the entire
length of their itore, which they are filling
with new good.
Preparation are leing made to convey pa
lengert to and from Kapiolant P11V. during
the holiday entertainment, by itcam ami tall,
by Mi. Frank Cook.
A vititor, remarking that high prices are
paid for hay and grains shipped here fiom the
coast, atks s " Why can't there be mote
cereali raised at home ?"
Messrs John Notl, Charles 11. Witon, and
M. U. Monsarrat were re-elected chief engin
eer, first and second assistant of the Honolulu
Klrc Department Utt Monday night.
It is announced that the Symphony Club will
appear before the public in a lew weeks, for
their own benefit, with a programe of classic
selections, and new music which they ate now
Mr. J. W. McGuire and Mr. Henry Smith
were elected fire marshal and secretary of the
fire department last Friday night. Mr. W. G.
Ashley came within one vote of getting the
The Hand will play at Emma Square this
afternoon at 4:30 p. M. The following is the
Overture, Hclitario.. ..Doni ui
llallad, Tbe Mfiuf, . .Ulumenthal
Waltr, Vienna Ulood ., ....Slrauis
-election, Robert Le Diafete . . .. . Meserbeer
Wain, Pamphlets .. .. .....Mrau-j
Polka, Midrught Waldleufel
The usual concert on Monday evening.
A new development of free rum was un
earthed from the slums last week. A China
roan took refuge Thursday evening in a house
on Iteretanu streej, pursued by a gang of
drunken Hawaiian, who had assaulted him a
he was walking peacefully along the street,
and so roughly treated him that he was afraid
for his life..
It a eipected that Rev. Mr. Furman will
return from Hawaii to day, and if so, he will
preach to-morrow morning In Fort Street
Church. IT he should not return Paator Cru
ran wilt preach. In the evening the annual
sermon on Foreign Missions will be delivered
by Rev. Mr. Raker of Hilo, before the Evan
The Portuguese who was shot in the face at
Honokaa, and has since been in the (Jueen's
Hospital, quit blind, has been promised a free
passage home with his family by Mr. Hoffnung,
at Mr. Canavarro's request. Subscriptions
have been raised for him by his countrymen,
and over $100 were obtained from two planters
alone on Hawaii. Mr. Canas-arro has been
taking every care of the poor man and person
ally defraying all his cipenses since his arrival
float the plantation.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
held ita annual meeting last Saturday night, at
Y. M. C A. Hall, and elected the following
Members to tenre at officers during the ensu
ing year : Rtr. C. M. Hyde, president, Chief
Justice Judd, vice-president ; Mr. Charles Bald
win, recording secretary j Miss M. E. Cham
berlain, foreign correspondence secretary; Mist
Liuic Bingham, assisted by Miss Helen llille
leand, home correspondence secretary ; Mr.
E. O. White, treasurer; Mr. W. V. Hall
and Miss Paysoo to serve with the other
otficrtelect as the board of directors. There
will be a meeting of the society neat Saturday
rnght at V. M. C. A. Halt.
I am afraid that this topic will vmn rcaae to
to le one of general public interest, unlet
something of more importance than anything
that ha happened as yet this seaon comes to
pat. There I saying that "a ttee It known
by its fruit t" but I ahould most sincerely hope
that the dear ublic ha not yet come to such a
point of view in the matter of bae ball, for
alwul the only fiult that haa let made in
appearance is in the shape of blacks ese.
bunged fingers, and lame backs.
Saturday week the llonolulans and Oceanic
come together for practice, and on the start
the Oceanic, wete badly broke up especially
theii pitcher. Yet for a practice game the result
thowt thai a warm contest can be looked for
when these two team come to Iniiinet. At
the end of the fourth inning, when a change of
pitcher 1111 made the score was about IS to S in
favor of Honotulana; while, at the close of the
eleven Innlnlngs played, each side had gained
only three run, the score standing )t and 13.
The Oceanics were whitewashed sit of the
eleven inning while they administered to their
opponent seven. All this goes to show that
at stated above that a warm contest may lie
hoped for between the llonolutulans and
It ws the original intention to play the
game last sseek Oceanics as. Mauled men
on Memoiial Day the 30th of May, but Wing
asked by a representative from the Ci. A. R.
ot post pone it from that day it trat finally decided
to play it on Wednesday.. This is the only
game this eaaon where a formal challenge was
issued In this case by the Oceanic; and
resulted in a victory for them by a score of 35
As hat been before staled In Honolulu papers
almost enough ha been raised to erect the
proposed pavilion at the reserve and work will
be tegan a soon as necessary arrangements
can be made.
,M irrtfmrrtfHf flrttrtfnH
r.tilTOR SAlt Kim Pur1-, -Sir A the
treatment of leptmy is an important question
for the Hawaiian people, and Is likely to form
the subject of legislation by the government, 1
helpful way) and the nay the I hlnee are tear
Ing them out of eltcncf In going to their
home, inning with them and often ruining the
often healthy children. It I an esery-dny oc
cutrence, but Mr. Native Policeman does not
consider it hi business to Intcrcfcre iinle a
ventutetudravv attention loa most Important man should "hoopii" liefote ajuoge. One
report which ha recently been submitted to
the government of India by Dr. Vandskc
Carler one of the most distinguished medical
officers. Thl repott it founded upon a aerie
of statistics prepared by the civil medical
authorities of Norway where for .5 ,carp.it
an cluirt ha been made to present the propa
gation of the disease on the principle of
voluntary segregation, in public nsjlums and
In "home." Compulsory turners to segregate
do not caitt at present, but it i in contempla
tion to seek for them. Nevertheless the num
ber of Inmate In these a)lum increased from
would think from the way the native is lookril
after (for as most nf them cannot look after them
scire they have to lie cared for) that It Is t he
evident wish of the rulcri of the country to get
clear of them and destroy the pure bloosl Ha
wailan. The natives know it and hope It is
a mistake jet it is not unreasonable for thtm to
think or rather wish that there were no foreign
ers in their own little islands, In many case
they would forget Ihat many honest and good
white-men had not only brought plenty of
money from their ovsn country and vveteunfoilu
natcly losing all but Mill enriching the laboicrtl
3J5 in IS56 to 759 in 1S66 1 since which lime J l,t on the other hand think (a they often My)
Scott of IheOceanics.whlle practicing on the
groundslatt week Tuesday, by someillliick wat
struck In the mouth by a swiftly thrown ball,
bruising badly his lips. Teeth still there.
Atthe recent scratch game between Hono
lulu and Oceanics, both team pissed sub
pitchers. Wodehouseof the llonolulans caught
for the Married Men in the game of Wednesday
with the Oceanics,
Mr Antone Rosa and Mr Harry Whitney
acted a umpires of last Saturday's and last
Webnesday't games respectively lloth gentle
men acquitted themselves honorably.
Catcher Scott, Striker Hendry, a hat in the
hands of the striker and the ball weie badly
mixed during the recent game of Oceanics vs.
At 3 r.M. tostay a match game between the
llonolulans and Oceanics will begin at Ihe
W. Sheldon Is to catch for the Married Men,
it is said. Muffer.
there has Wen a decline to 5,17 in 1SS0 tin
probably, to a general unvvilllniTnes of the
people to separate themselves from their
families. The proposition of " home " dwell
ers has declined steadily from alxuit So per
cent of the total numlier of known leper In
1S60 to 70 per cent in 1870, and 61 per cent
in 1SS0. Owing to the absence of any s) stem
of registration there i no accurate knowledge
of the numlier of lepers or ol their location
and movements -but it i estimated that the
total number has diminished during the last
15 )ears by loco or about one-third. It teem
to be doubtful whether this decided dimunltion
can le attributed to nn) thing but segregation.
Certain it it that 1nnlic.1l treatment cannot
claim any credit, and it I not attributable to
the operation of dietetic hvgienc or climatic
influences which have not changed. Following
Hansen, the great Norwegian authority,
Doctor Carter ia a strenuous believer in the
contagious nature of leprosy, and evidence I
quoted to prove that there i continuous repro
duction of the disease, ami that In the majority
of districts the lcer death rate is lev than the
rale of leper increase. Nevertheless when Ihe
total number of contagious forces have been
diminished cither by the removal of lepers to
the asylums or otherwise, the) early increment
of new cases regularly declines in direct pro
portion to the numlier so removed, moreover,
in those districts where the leproy assumes
the severe nodular form there arise the largest
number of new case. All this points to the
necessity for the public stif trviiion, registra
tion and rixulation of lepers, and to such firm
equal and considerate administration of the
taw- as may secure at once the safety and the
approval of the people and the kindly con
sideration of the unfortunate victim.
I have the honor to be sir, jours obediently,
J. II. Stallarm,
M. It. Lond., M. R. C. P. A S.
San Francisco, May to, 1&S4.
mil lata dala ke haole," or a much a to
mean Ihat the while-man ha come to their
ovsn soil and made money, enriching himself
from the svseat of llic natives brovv. Wc thill
however see what Ihe leglslaluie will do tills
session. Ymiti very truly,
Maul, May 14th, 18S4. A Piaster.
Kihtur Saturiisv 1'nr.ss -Sir A re
printed copy of a letter addressed to me twenty
yean ago by Mr. John Thomas Waleihmtse,
senior, having been circulated yesterday, I beg
to state that I have not aided or abetted, mhc
tioned, approved or autliorlred in ny way,
either the reprinting or Ihe circulation ol it,
directly or indirectly. Since that dale I have
been on Iriendly terms with Mr. Wntcthouse
and all hit family, and if I had not, I should
not think for a moment- even if I possessed
the right to do so, which I do not of raking
up a matter which had been finally settled
between us scars ago by Ihat very letter. I am
not nvsare whether Ihe law can restrain and
punish anyone, who with malice aforethought
may print or circulate more than Ihe prescribed
100 copies of tliii letter ; but, from Ihe point of
view of ordinary fairness, in the feuds which
may arise between any man and Mr. Water
house, a reprinted copy of this document is not
a weapon, which even I, a principal mainly
concerned still less a third parly can be
honorably entitled to use.
W. I.. C.REE.s.
Honolulu, June 6th. 1S84.
Lntt Saturday' Sritton.
Petitions were presented as follows :
lly Mr. Kamakele, that contracts be null and
void when laborers work longer than their
lly Mr. Kaulukou, that the slaughter houses,
bone meat factory and pig pens at Kalihi,
owned by Mr. Waller, be removed, alo $10,
000 lor improving roads in Honolulu.
Hills and resolutions were offered as follows :
lly Minister Culick, to acquire title to land
grants ; postal savings banks, domestic mail
carrying, improvements to streets and side
walks, kindling fires in public streets, election
of representatives,-construction of buildings in
lly Mr. Dowsett, that the minister of the
interior furnish the house with a list of lands
and lots, leases and names received from the
1st of anuary, tSS:.
By Mr. Kalua, that the assembly take a
recess of one w eek, to meet again at to o'clock.
Monday, June 9th. Carried.
The order of the day was :
Second leading of a bill to prohibit the sal:
of. dynamite. Referred to committee on com
Second reading of a bill to provide a police
justice at Lihuc, Kauai. Passed to engross
Second reading of a bill to provide a per
manent settlement on Mrs. D. L. Kinimaka.
Laid on table.
OraJnuwat Xoar Wttk.
StmrJajr, Aliy jtiti "By authority" no
tice published. Inviting all who want Japanese
servants to send word to president of the board
of immigration. Gibfitdiian report of ilt
health presented by the "prendre," Fitchgib
Ualy Interesting. Mr. Gibson eulogises Mr.
J. O. Carter I L-gislature adjourns tp meet
again neat Monday. Governor Pominis ic
carves intelligence of the death of Captain
Cater; local editor of tbe Advertiser selected
obiturate. Touching farewell to Governor
low by the band hoy. I'au?
SuJj, Junt ltd Whitsunday communion
The Discovery is at the Esplanade.
The German bark Spica is at the Pacific
Mail Dock, discharging.
The steamship Mariposa will be due from
San Francisco on Monday.
The American bark C O. Whitmore is dis
charging coal at the mail dock.
The American bark Emerald Is at Ihe foot
of Fort stteet, discharging lumber.
The bark Rernljio, at Likelike wharf, will
tail for Victoria, Vancouver's Island, on or
about Tuesday neat.
The American hark Abbie Carver, at
Drewcr & Co.'t wharf, Is on the berth for
Hongkong, to tail shortly.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Company'!
Slearushil) ZeaUndia will be due from the
colonies en route to San Francisco to-morrow.
The American barkentinc Ella arrived last
Tuesday fromJSan Fiancitco with a cargo of
general merchandise, which the hat discharged
at Brewer 8c Co.'s wharf. She returns to San
Francisco on Tuesday neit.
.4 Vtea tor a Mulal I.ittrttry,
Koiior Saturday Press Sir : One of
the most imporant meant of education is, with
out doubt, the libraries. The fact that so
many libraries have been founded in all the
great cities, in many of the large towns in every
country, and that there is a demand for the es
tablishment of others in smaller places, is an
assurance that books of all kinds are eagerly
sought after. But in spite of this fact, and in
spite of the fact that a music is so qenerallycul
tivated and appreciated injlnnolulu, and that
(here are many wealthy people here who evi
dently are much interested on the art, It teema
strange that there has n"t been already founder
a free musical library, or, at least, an attempt
mode in ttat direction in connection with our
library association. Although the contents of
such a library would appeal to only a limited
class of persons, still, in the chief city of this
kingdom, such an institution should exist. It
is easy to imagine what works should be em
braced in a musical library, although to collect
all of them might require almost superhuman
labor. What would suffice here would be, a
rather complete list of all "partiturs" by recog-
nired great masters, a catalogue of composition
for different instruments am' a goodly number
of historical,- didactic, and theoretical works
If it was possible to obtain some few specimens
of old and obsolete instruments they might be
added for their value and interest. Pcthap:
at first lew persons would avail themselves of
the advantages of such a collection ;but event
ually the library would be largely patronized
by cultivated amateurs, and lovers of music in
general. Naturally enough, part of the cata
logued works would appeal solely to educated
musicians, by whom only they would be under
stood and appreciated ; but the greater part of
the collection would be of interest to every one
who attained to a lair acquaintance of the art.
It is reasonable to suppose that if the project
were started under proper auspices, and an
appeal made to those kindly disposed for gifts
and liookt and other material, that many- ier
tons deeply interested in the progress ot music
would liberally respond. I for one would do
all I possibly could for such an object.
Honolulu, May 26, 1SS4.
lAkrary Mfti0, XAmnttay, Map 3th,
The teportt of treasurer and of chairman of
committee for the fall were read and accepted
with thanks. They establish that the total
tenriceatbl.An.Irew'tCathedialitwenlyawig ,,.. u..;M .-r-rwl.nf ta nenfis-
.pe.pl, confiimed by Bishop WllliiAn ad. which miM , u the ,, of f
Editor Saturday Press Sir Good
men occasionally forget themselves. I trust
this was the case with some of your content
poraries who have been giving space with
seeming approval to the betting rules of the
race course. Do we now need to bo reminded
that gambling in any form is a vitt, and
especially destructive to business integrity?
Have we not had already at Kapiolani Park
sufficient illustration of the fact that it is bard
to make horse-racing anything but a Ion busi
ness? Let the public press help keep up and
not let down public morals. S. E. H.
Honolulu, June 6, 18S4.
lUtu Jtoanlllift Srhool
The school dales its commencement in the
year 1S36, and has ever had a good record,
and been conducted with marked ability. It
must be a source of great pleasure to its
originator. Rev. D. II. Lyman, to see the
school each year at the closing examination
exercises show that the Hawaiian can be
brought to such a great degree of proficiency
as the native of any nation. The teacher
show by their pupils that they have done a
good and faithful, work the past scar. The
closing exerciser were held at Haili Church,
May iSth. The audience was large, and each
one came away delighted with the declama
lions, compositions and singing. The last
mentioned was particularly line, showing that
the teacher of music had been very successful
in her labors. Not the slightest discord, and
each selection rendered in the most perfect
time and in excellent taste. Too much cannot
lie said in praise of all who conqiosc the corps
of teachers. It must be a source of great
pleasure to them to see such good results of
their labors. It has not been "love's labor
lost." The studies of the year were second to
fifth reader, arithmetic, geography, popular
ccience, natural philosophy, history from
Rome to tbe Nineteenth Century, taxes,
duties and lalmr, English lessons including
spelling and language rules. The instructors
arc Rev. W. H. Oleson, principal, .Miss E. A.
Arms, Miss Emma Clark, and Miss M, IC
Ilillebrand. The committee this year were
Mrs. M. C. Kiltredgc, Mrs. J. W. Colvillr,
Rev. E. P. Baker and Judge G. W. A. Hapai.
There was no graduating class this year, but
will be next. It was remarked at close of ex
ercises that if a conqiany of the soung men
were to visit America anil give a series of con
certs, that they would draw immense audiences
wherever they might go. J. A. M
Hilo, May 29, 18S4.
fltir llfinolltht l.rtlrr.
The commercial Interests of the Hawaiian
Islands, and especially of Honolulu, hate nf late
so Increased In lnimrtance that Ihe periodic
publication of a directory liasbcoime necrary.
The work thl sear hi fallen Into go-id hands,
a the mtlval bythe last sle-iiner nf McKenney's
I law alian Directory for the year' ',H 1-5 show .
The new Directory is a great improvement 01
the last one published. It forms a neat and
tastefully gotten up volume of almut 401 pages,
tiilnlanllally Innind in boards, lieslde Ihe al
phabetically arranged lista of the Inhabitants
of the island and much Informtlion of interest
to stranger and tourist. It is in fact what tin
editor claim for il, " a concise diicr loty and
lianiblook."'riic advertisements arc numerous,
anil are printed upon tinted paier and card
board ; some of them are well illustrated and
give the volume an attractive appearance.
However, in turning over the pages, Imlb
lyKgiaphlcat and editorial blemishes npH-m
winch mar, to tonic catcnl, the quality nno
a)inmctiy of the work. Wc are told, for In
stance, on iagc 3S4, that W. II. Rlct
own, among other things, "15 mulct
sired by Kentucky Jack, connecting with the
steamer Iwalani at Nanlliwiti." Again, 01
page 104 wc learn that II. A. P. Carter is,
"Hawaiian Minister In Ihe United Mate
(limit til)." Other mistakes of this kind occui
which show that " tome one has blundered '
more tlian once. Ofcniiisc some allowance b
In be tiudc for their ctrois, but there is n
caense when the editor's judgment allows bin
to insert such comment a the following, or.
hi own reioiler' description of Maui I "Th
reporter goc on to talk about the wnnderfu
growth of cane here, and also to relate soim
fabulous stories fold hint by the funny (?) men
of the districl, whose head will burst iflbc)
arc not tapied or soaked. These phenomena1
fresh men arc very prolific during the rain)
tcavm and tsveep down to Honolulu ever)
once In a while. It i said tbat as much as six
inches of new soil was brought down and
spread all over their place during the lu-avj
rains of last year (affording virgin soil) ; but
still James Fresh "t Co., won't stay buried.
They prefer to await the coming of the fool-
killer. Editor. Now If his reporter wa im
posed upon, or erred himself, the editor shmilc'
have rested content when he had cut out tin
offending matter. It is of no interest In tin
public to read such strictures on James Fresh
& Co., nor is the language cither elegant or
appropriate. There matters are pointed out in
no captious mood, but that they may be cor
reeled in other editions, thereby rendering the
directories more creditable at home a web
The biennial report of the attorney-general
is at hand. The thetorical display of the docu
ment is something rcmatkable, and is fully Il
lustrated with the following English":
Sentence fiom page 4: "The well-known
and numerically lew exceptions of Chinese In
telligent, gifted vv ho are without prejudice or
hatred to other nations now nmong jou and
constituting of a small and respected pinion
of this community make the truth that as n
rule they arc undesirable residents, more strik
ing.' Now this reminds one of that other
sentence quoted by Mark Twain in his laugh
able preface to a Portuguese and English
guide to conversation: "Wc expect then,
who tbe little book (for the care what we
wrote him, and for hir I) pographical correc
tion ) that may be wot ill the acceptance of the
studious persons, and especially of the youth,
at which wc dedicate him particularly." It is
not to be inferred from this comparison that
the Mtnrney-gencral's English is worse than
his report, but that botji have slone a clever
man gross injustice. Mr Neumann ought to
read his proof more carefully. God sav c the
King I Ioma.
Honolulu, May 29, 1SS4.
Bu'rabl tcrroon on Home Missions preached
before the Hawaiian Evangelical Association
at Fort Street Cksuck U the evening.
Mtndar,Junt tnJ: ' Ex-Editor Webb; Ed
itor In toto Mtcfailane: Hail and, farewell I
llulkt furd from a carefully careless person In
it leal of Mrs, Lack's gunsmith stoic pops
through the partition fence and nearly through
Captain Lees. paeon the ndgceastof Pauoa
7WMa Jtuu jrj Fire In Pauoa put out
try the rain. Sleimer LiVtlike tent to marine
railway for slight repairv King Kalakaua
't ' (Ives a breakfast to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cleg-
. 1 ' bona. Consul Irwin of Yokhohama. I. Mott
& Smith and otBFtl- .Kiml- nanl fait la
gathtt la force at Y. M. C A. Hall; one en
thuatl, however, waved a sulk of ramie ovci
til bead and called attention to the "futuie Aag
! . H'fibwJjr.HtMk The Pele laid up
with s leaky boiler. Rumor afioal that Colonel
laukea It 10 go to England on a mission. No
TimrvUjr, J,uu f Excitement at the le
sentUIicationota Irttei published over twenty
jyraM ago boat J, T. Wateihoutc. to W. L
;ir-o. Ealeavire credit tale at G.W, Mac-
tulv A CcV Chamber of Commerce Issue
Mr, Hrrrton't adverse opiulon on the proposed
In a rairtrr. Tea party at ForiSticct Church,
AHw. 7uv CV .' No water from lowti
1 Mttwiitk UtwtHii 6 a, m. and 1 r.M.
ankles still unsold, and of donatio forthcurn
Ing on the value of tickets for the ball and for
the raffles which did not take place and for
which the subscribers icfuae to have refunded.
On motion by Mr. Pole, it wat resolved that
he positioned calico ball should be given In
the library building itself, about the lit of Sep
tember nest, at the time ibis building will be
inaugurated, and it will then be titled,
a " Calico and Fancy Dies Ball.' A special
committee composed of Mestrt. S. B. Dole,
A. Marques and II. A. Parmalee, being ap
pointed to attend to alt the details of this ball.
Seveial resolution vseie further voted, vir t to
addtest a general card of hearty thanks to all
persons who have helxd or contributed to the
fali; and to offer a special remuneration of $10
to the lanlloi of the Y, M. C. A. Hall, and to
Mist A. Wood aid, late librarian of the Hono
lulu Library, for the extra work and trouble
they wcie submitted to la connection with the
Tbe phiase he will never tt the Thames on
fire" it a play on the word tctnte. The Icuite
wat a corn-sieve, which wat worked in foiuiei
timet over tbe rrcxiier of the sifted dour. A
hard-working; active man wuuM uot wn
frequently ply the terns to quickly at to set
fit 10 the wosjdcn hoop at Ihe butiooi ; but a
buy feUuw would never set the leute on fin.
A large cavalcade of equestrian thoroughly
enjoyed the nctueligbt of Thursday, evening
but (a their lid about tbe town and tubuiU.
.Ifcoul Thosr ijtmltita.
Editor Saturday Press Sir: By the
Report of the Minister of Finance 1 tee that
the appropriations for the landings of Honokaia
$8,000, Honomalino $16,000, Honokaa $10,
000 and Kokolalele $7,000 have all been drawn
and it is presumed that the money lias liecn
spent. Yet thould a committee of appraisers
of value of work done be appointed I do not
doubt tlut they would find that work done to
half the value of the tient appropriations can
not be found. Some of the landings are not
only not improved but are worse in tome
respects than before any money wat spent.
One especially and to which the planters, the
mill And the owner of the tteamct contributed
$2,500, in addition to the $10,000 appropria
tion, doet not present the appearance of over
$5,000 having been spent and il I woite than
formerly. That tome one mutt have raised
Urge turns of money somewhere we are cer
tain, and to uncover the fact should lie the
work of every honest man in the kingdom. At
the people of New York city put their shoulders
to the wheel to unearth the Healings of the
corrupt Boss Tweed ling to should wc to
expose the guilty. That lots of money was
spent in each district to corrupt voters wat
well known fact. It would pay the people to
employ a committee of appraisers, say two
from Honolulu, one from each of the islands of
Hawaii, Maul and KauaJ. And ahould they
leixirl at il it thought most likely they would
there it a chance of compelling the members
of the ring to disgorge now, whticat if left to
wait they will gel away with the im1s. We
have a superintendent of public oik t and an
auditor lJh of whom have done a large
amount of work, but if neither will tell what
he knows we might as well live in Egypt
where no man hat any tay about the conduct of
aifalr of public Interest. Qu VlVfc.
Maui, May iSih, 1SS4,
IMttr r. Xulln.
Editor Sau'eimy rts-$irr The
foreign intubitaiiU (or as a man occup) ing a
position of grave responsibilities and acting at
one of tb tillers of this one-hoie ruonaichy,
wat pleated to term thr "white invaders" pil
umably taking lilnuell tv belong to a tvuiale
creation at ceilainly no sensible iiatjvc would
even apply such an untruthful ejithet), cannot
keep remarking, whilst imlitf lis iluod of pe
titions and bill aU befeie the legislature, the
litter neglect of the poor native (in anjr.reaUv
A Utiinu Artiit,
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Strong will be glad to hear of the great suc
cessor Mr. Strong's sister who went to Pari
several years ago to continue her art studies.
The following is taken from the French cor
respondent of an Eastern piper t " Il is of an
American laintcr that I would speak, a
Western girl, Miss Strong, of San Francisco.
She came out here a few years ago, and
entered the studio of Van Marcke, the cattle
painter, and the greatest living mailer in that
line, her forte being the representation of
animals. She studied hard ami faithfully, and
last year the tent her first contribution to the
"Salon." It watattudy ofa largedog, lifa.siic,
and, though lacking in finish, the general ex
cellence of the work and Ihe evidence of talent
that I displayed caused thr kindly and cour
teous colonel to interest himself warmly In the
young painter, and moved, loo, the jury in her
behalf. At all events the picture was accepted
ami was tailed as a work full of promise. Van
Marcke himself shows the deepest Interest in
his gifted young pupil, and has counseled her
to paint sheep and cattle Instead of dogs, at the
former subjects afford a wider scope for talent.
The voung student has now- gone to live in" the
country, to study her new models from Ihe
life, and, If Ihe half Ihat 1 hear of her talent be
correct, America may have given to the world
the Hue successor to Rosa Ilonheur. Van
Marcke thinks to highly of Mist Sliong'a talent
that he has positively forbidden hit to paint
any pictures (or tale at yet, desiring to train
her hand and eve to the highest point of artis
tic excellence bcfoic the gives an) of her work
to the woild."
Next Wednesday the I lib (int., will lie Ka
mchamcha Day. It will b celebrated in the
usual way at KapiuUtii park. The races will
commence at 10 o'clock A. VI. slurp. The
juik can be cached by 'two difiVunt diwm
during ihe day at follows : Tbe steam iauacq
Mcniaguewill leave Fort-Sliccl Wharf al 8
and 10 A. si., ami I o'clock r, u,; returning
will lease the Park at 9 and l A, tl. Mr,
James Hold will run a line of busts from the
tanner of Hotel ami Fort tlreett leaving ever)
15 minutes after 8:30 A. M., and returning will
leave the Park every half hour after 21J0 m.
Queen Kapiolani will give a garden ptrlr
on ihe palace ground on the josh instant
Tbe welfare of the Kahiwao and Kakaako
lepers. In which the queen U greatly Interested,
bat Induced tbe action. Patticuliri anon.
The races of last Saturday has c created con
siderable talk during the week, not at all com
mendable to those who managed the affair.
The opinion prevails that there was something
radically wrong somewhere, which interested
parties are responsible for. Of course expres
sions of disapproval from those who lost their
money on the race arc of less value than those
coming from unahiased sources ; but in this
case the opinion obtains generally that the
whole thing was a put-up job. The action ol
the Hawaiian Jockey Club in the matter since
the race relieves it from censure, and places its
officers lwvond suspicion. Tbe ctub has acted
wisely in suspending Mr. Hilly Horanlor three
months and ruling his horse off the track.
The individual members of the club talk freely
on the matter, and all that I have talked with,
or whose opinions I know, unite in stating
that the horse, George Treat, was "pulled,"
and would have taken Ihe race if he had been
properly striven. Other men, both in and out
of the jockey club, have told me that Hilly
Horan has since admitted before witnesses
that he could have shut the other horse out if
he had wished ; that he wat told to let the first
heal go, etc. This all seems very strange
when one considers that Mr, Horan is the
reputed owner of the horse George Treat, and,
in fact, holds a bill of tale for htm. The
jockey club has taken this view of the matter,
and after a hearing on Wednesday morning
last, at which Mr. Horan was invited to ex
plain, it took summary action, which, it is to
lie hoped, will lie a warning to Ihme who
attempt to violate the track rules and impose
on the public in the future.
Thr I'ranarUftxt .iMf-etafApi.
The session of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association have liecn held Ihi week accord
ing to Ihe printed programme for thl aoplvcr
ary week. There ha liecn a good attendance
ofpaatnrs and delegates. The report fiom
die 1UIT1 tent island as-oti.itlon and from tbe
individual church!- have In en quite Mtivfac
loiy. The meeting have Wen conducted
with pmmptiiev, enthusiasm, and harmony,
l'uesdiy and Wednesday were given In rcnttt
from the churches, and discussion a to best
method of promoting vital piety. Thursday
Rev. A. O. bodies, secretary of ihe Hawaiian
Hoard, and Mr. W. W. Hall, the lii-.isiitft
presented their annual ichiK. The dnna
llomhave been largely Increased this year,
mainly In pursurancc of a resolution passed
last )ear to raise $5,000 for tpeciat home woik.
Hie old officer of the Hawaiian Hoard were
rc-eleclol. I riday wa given up to the ex
animation of the North Pacific Missionary
Institute, and the Kavvalaba Seminary, which
pasted 11IT very satisfactorily. The Sunday
School Association met on Morida), and con
1 inued its sessions Wednesday afternoon and
I'hurvlay evening, ll was voted loralsc $500
for the purjKisc of printing a question Ixxik In
Hawaiian on the international Sunday-School
lesson. A convention of delcgilis from Ihe
Hawaiian Young People' Christian Associa
tion wa held Tuesday cscnlng, and mine rad
ical changes in their management tcsolvcd
Uion, To-day there arc to be Simdav -School
exercise in Kavsaiaha Church, and In Ihe
evening the graduating exercises of the N. I'. M.
Institute at the tame place.
The annual tea parly was held In the lecture
room of Fort Street Church Thurvlay afternoon
it 5 o'clock. The gathering was not mi large
t that ol last j car but wa tatge enough to
constitute a representative gathering of the
best Hawaiian clement. There were present
such notable clergymen n Mr. Waiamatt of
Kiiumakapili Church In this city Mr. Paaluld
of Haiku, Maul, soon to be pastor of the native
church at Wailuku Mr. Timotco of Waia
lua on this Island ; Mr. Manasc, of Moto
kai; Mr. Pali, of Lahaina ; Hanaike of Lihue,
Kauai, and Mr. Kalana of Hilo, who preaches
to the congregation formerly ministered to by
Kcv, Titu Coan. Many of the clergymen
and delegates fiom Ibc native churches were
accompanied by their wives. All were neatly
and becomingly ktlired I nearly all were in
apparently good health ; and all seemed in
spired by an earnest purpose and satisfac
tory hope of belter things for their race.
Among Ibc native women present were Ihe
following ; from Kauniakapili Church Districl,
Mrs. Kaana, supported by the Woman's Hoard
of Missions j Mr. Malperekane, supported
by the native women of tbe Ilonoluluchurchc;
in the Kavvaiahao-Church District ; Mr. Mai
ohao also supported by Ihe natives women; Mrs.
Kaumcn, also supported bytheWomans'Hoard;
and Maraea Kahale, supjioiled by the Mission
ary Gleaners. A committee of ladies, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Judge McCully, con
sisting of Mr. Dr. Whitney, Mrs. Sercno
bishop, Mrs. T. G. Thrum, Mrs. H. A. Palm
Ice and Miss Mclntyie, had charge of Ibc
refreshments, to which, of course, a great many
other ladles contributed. The result was n
bountiful and appetizing spread, thoroughly
enjovablc to all who shared il. After tea, Kcv.
A. O. Forbes made tome brief detatcbed re
marks, two hymns were sung in Hawaiian,
Uev. Dr. Smith of Kauai offered prayer, ami
Judge Judd made a short address, in which he
alluded to the palpable and welcome fact that
Christian in Hawaii were become less anil
less divided because of color or nationality or
language. If divided at all, 11 was because ol
opinions. A line was being drawirmuch more
clearly than ever before, not by race, but by
the slandanl of right and wrong. P. S. it is
an interesting afterthought upon the annual tea
party of the association Ihat ihe first one wa
an inspiration of tiostniastcr-gencral Whitney,
and was held at his residence fourteen years
ago. Since 1872 it has been held by the
ladies 111 the parlors of Fort Street Church
except 111 l&si, when there was no general
HllNOLVI.u, Jim ;, Ills
la lb attKt of trade activity our community has
ilcntteil lis,lf tilth thorout.li ronslUrration of th lla
wailan National lUnb rhaittr apt1!1! I0 I'" ct tot
which wc ivillislie,t In full last wettr ll has (entered
a unanimity of fttlinjr in ottwitlon ttiAt has not
len riilletl by any form.r subject wild wbkh w-
luvc had til ttf-sl I he CtiamUr of Comm.rt ictl-m
tbvreon shnwa n calm, ileed1r,t vi.w that ronlains no
ambiitmHit, or uncertain rouikI. It U retuinty to t
tioisl ilia! the will of Ilia ol, a haa torn shown in
Ihi rs, will t tspctd
SM'ttni( mailer have been ipiletcr than usual this
wrtk. In ariivals tha llitcovfry and l.lla is al hand
from San Francisco with Iht usual assottftt cl(ot, tha
t meratd and Amelia fnftn tha Sound with lnmtr anil
tbe whaltihiii Ocean from home en rrntla to the Arrtic
'Phe Alameda, Consueto and lleulah cleared last
Saturday for San r'rmiclo-lh latter by way of Ka-hnlul-
-taking: toMtlhrr t-eodurc lo the value of 5$St;t.
Hie Abbi Carver has been chartered for round trip
to lluiilon2 and ictutntcj Honolulu rr ll, sum or
toS" fold eoln, 1hycset loet a $0 people from
h.te as iasrn;era ral of far j coplt lo tend
'1 be 7a!andia w III I due lo-morrnw n tour for Ban
Pranciac.es, and will I foltowrd by Ibc Dlccovcry aliout
Merchant Veaaela Now In Port,
Amur Cxavaa, Pendleton. . , Am hi
Ksillt. Howard ..... ..NicbV
Smca, Schaftr .lirrblc
CO Wmrsiiiaa, Cathonn ... .Am bk
insects my, Irrrlman .. .. .Am!kln
I.mrnai r, (latter .Amble
AairxiA, .Nrwhll Amhltn
Veaaela Bapected rona l'oiln Porta
l.lvmrooL, Itrii. I,V. Clan Giant. Wilcon
pOR THE RACES I
pOR TUB RACES I
The Steam l.auah
will lae rort Si. Whaif
FOR KAPIOLANI PARK,
onWF.HNKSHAV, as follows 1
To ih. Park and 10 o'riVV a, m-, and 1 o'ctak
KtlumlnK will lavlh Park al , and 11 o'clnHt
a m., and o'clock p. m.
'ilrc rmrh lesvas IM eeraaa.
FKICE OF J. E. WISEMAN,
;u Junt !
ItfMTOH, Am. bk. AMV '1 .'KNUR
u I. C. Hrtwer & Co., atfent
MrrhoNitMA, Am. Itne. Mih-nisi Star
Uv-mlue. I'.. U. IUII A .Son, Ag'ntt.
..iViskHxii, Mm a. . O rv or I'AMft, aVI.-Mtj
hue now. 0, W. tMaJjtUnt ACo, unfit.
Nw CAftltr, N .S V, Am IA W uiako Mi.itf.KTT,
ampici. .AMuinc men loin. uurr v-o, rttfein,
jAIlJir, IMwftclir Kai.hna..
Overdue. A F Cools, ifnt
l.ivKKrtHii, llrit lilt Vakuna
taoadinit Mftrth to.
I'ort'Iownnu, Am lern KiCKifioK.
Due now. Wilder A Co, Afrn!ft.
Port Mmiuiw, Am IA Atalanta
Due now, HackTeM A Co, AgrhU.
I.RrMRN, lUwMt C R Himiup
Due An gun 10-M. llacklVMafc Co, Agent.
Nnw Caiii, ,N S W, Ami u.
l.rMulin.t Ann! u. Act-nu.-
San KnAfa(.iso Am it MAiHtnA.. ,
iJuejuneQ w t, irwln .o. Ajjent,
HiiNUKHNO, llrit I'tt. Mount I.hnon.. .,,,, Nelwu
Port 1I1.AKRI.Y, Am bgtnc CnuHTNKV Kori Miller
San Francisco. Am tern F.mma Claimmna .Miuon
lading .May 15 ('or llilo,)
sSan Francisco, tint n AuiriALiA Ghot
Due June 14. HackfrM A, Co, Agent.
Svunkv, ltrlt ft Zkalanijia ,.....,, ,.,,V(libr
Due June 6. lUclfelJ & Co, Agent.
IIuMMouif, Am tern F,ya. ,..,....,. .Wiketnan
Due -. I -ewer CuoVe, AtftnU
I'oitr Uamhik. Am tern John ANUiHON,.,tl)inan
ItiMduiic May 13.
Iwalani, Mm, Cameron, from Koloa A Waim'a.May )i
Ka Mol, ftth, from Lun.ihoelior ,,. " jt
HalcaktU, ch, from Pcpeekco.. ' ji
Kilauea Hou. itm, from KahutuI . . 31
iM'covery, Am bKinc, rrrnnian, irom san
Francisco .... . . . ' 31
C K lliihopt itmr, from Haniakua June 1
Nettie Merrill, ken, frum I.al.iiiia. " 1
Kainbow, Kh, from Koloa... , " 1
ll merit 11, Am bk, (.alter, from Puit Gamble " 1
Ocean, Am bk, Wortli. from New I led furd " 1
Khukai, fcch, from Waulua ,,. "
Polioiki, m h, frum Puna , " 2
Marlon, fcth, from Putialuti , . " 3
PUnter, avtm, Kate, from Kau, Kona & iMoa-
Wailele, ich, from Mallko ' 3
Waiehu, tch( frum Maliko " 3
hi La, Am tktne, Iruin ban trancitco,.
rtrU,.pKOOP imicK iiuii.dino,
.V... $H Merthttnt Mtrrt. Hntdut U, I,
Th only rfxjnls4l GUnartU '
Ant la tk Klaoam.
Real nlate UruWr, Life Iniurauc aAfMt,
Cuitoni Houtp DroWr, Kmploymtnt Af tiii,
Money Urolter, Fire Iniufatiitr Ant
And General nattntta Agent.
Krai Fat at ItirAtTMixr Itny ami tell Ktaj
lUtMie In all iMtf ibe Kincdom, alut Heal F.ttat
ami itfotxrty of all ktmltj Kent anil td Hou, Co
iat. Koom ami ia,vij Atierui u insurance, jaiei,
KepaMnf ami Collecting of KenlaltJ Draw lUfti
Papers nr every nature, Search Title Record, etc, tic
r.Mri'tVMKNT Drpartmrnt -K.nd mptoymajr.t In
all branch of (nduttry ronuected with Ihe It land.
GtvNRKAi. II urn n mi Mattkr Keep 1LV And
Account, Collect H1II1; I.oan and Invett Money; Pen
mantliip, l.ngroMintf and alt kind nf Cop) Ing dooftf
Pnn-uie Fne and Life Inwrame; Advenlmeiit attd
Cotretpnmlence attended to,
CtmriM Hoifi HnnKRR Attend to all Entri
through poer of attorney and other!, Merc tun
will find ItiU detunnient a ftpa-clat benefit lo lhamail
attend u lite delivery of Invoke complete,
SoLtctriNn Aoint for Ihe Mutual Ue In w ranee
Company of New York, the larjrett, rranJeit a1
Mundet Inturante Company In the world
Tomtit and Traveler, ard lam fteeklnff pertM
nent home on the and, will find It lo their advaq
I age to comult n.e pcr.enally or ty letter when u.ul4
actcommoitittlon are required, and they will find tt It
thetr Inlerckt to call on me for general information per
timing to the lUndi.
Correpndence ftolkltetl from abroad and order
accepted ami filled for Hawaiian Ctirto, Ktrni, Coral,
Shells, Iavu bncclmrna, Photm, View, etc, etc, ipntf
lain(ti to the Itlandt.
Onlerof every nature attended to, enmlng from ttt
MORGAGnnS NOTICE OP INTENTION
J at .Klakee, Mm, Freeman, Irom Kauai
l.inoiino, cn. irom llananiautu ,
Waimanalo, Mm, fmin Waimanalo
Emma, ach, from Olowalu. ,
Catering, ch, from Hanalel
(Jeti'l Siecel, acli, from Konlau,,
Ametu, Am bktne, New hall, from Port II(aLel)'
Mokolil, Mm, McGreijor, from Koolan. ..
Leliua, Mm, Lorenren, from liana Jt Mulukal..
Atlttr WtilfrUlir Jlrotm, Kitted nt Kuhu
fir. Frbrmtry Hti, tHH4,
Ami thou art ilcatl Aililc ?
Is thy lithe form down prcssetl with sod,
Thy work done
I)ot thou stand before Giil ?
Thy restless feet at rest
Thy laughing eyes are still,
It is done
Gcx.'ft great will,
And the golden dreams of youth,
Those we together planned,
Von and I,
Hast found them in that land ?
Thou couldst not go alone.
Thy great love drew with thee
Thrice blessed mother
Tlic children thou liadst nuredunon thy knee,
Sleep beloved Adile
Thy da) were few but pure.
Rest thou dear,
Thou haU not life to endure.
Amur. J. Holmes.
San Franctscof April 27th, 1884.
UntUh bk Sir Wiihani Wallace, Broun, for Hurard'
Inlet . , . . .May jd
Alameda, Am. , , Monte, for San Frncico, " 31
Comuelo, Am.b(itne, (!uunn, forSan Francicu, 4 31
Nawaium, Khr, lur Kuulau ,. " 31
KekAuloobl, ftchr, for HanaleL , " 31
Makolii, t earner, MiGreur, fur Koolau. .June t
KiUuca lieu, vteamer, Scar, for Kahulul,. . ' 9
1-ehua, ftteamer, Iorciyen,for Molokai tt Maui. " 2
Iieulali, Am. tern, Wilon, fur ban Francisco,
vU KahulutJ. ...... , . . . 1' a
.Marv Alice, schr. for Iarui ' 1
Ocean, Am. wh bk.Coont, for Arctic ......... ' 3
walatn. time Lam r run. fur Koloa 4 aihij. 4 t
Nettie Merrill, u.hr, for lahaina., " 3
Kinau. iitmr. Kini. fur lido and wav ikjrti. .. 1
C. K. ilihop, tnir, Datit, for Ilnmakua. " 3
km .Moi, ntnr, lor laitijtaJtoehue . T 3
iiaieaKaia, t.nr, lor rapeekoc., ...... " 3
Kauikeouili atcbr. for Koruli .. '. 1
Jennie, 4.ir, for Kekeba . ... ., " a
Rainbow, iu.hr, for KooUu
itiruw, n.nr, lur rajaji,M , , . . . ,
hi. fctnr. for Kohalolelo . ,
Marlon, kavhr. fur Kekuha
JaidMakee, tmr( rrecman, lor Walanae, Ka
ou, Kilauea and llanalcl.,
Llkehke, Mnir,VeiUAitb(for IldotV way port,
Wailele, .hr, for Maliko
rianter, Mm, JUle, for jtlaalaen, Kuna & Kau
Nottre Is hereby Kivrn that, purtuant to a power of
mIc contained In a tertain mortgage deed, daied Jhim
98, 1BH1, nude by Mary II. McKeague and JeJ-D
.McKeauue, her huiband, af Honolulu, Oahu, to Wary
J, Urowti, of tbe urne place, of reronj In the ufllc e
tne KrgtMraruf Umvcjanccn, In MWr 61, on page
J7 379; jou, biiii ai3 coriiaineu in an aOdllianaJ
rharce of morlEc dated July 36, 188 1. and recorded
in I.iWrSt, on pdjtes 96 and 397, andaUo In aaotbtn
additional charge of mortgage dated October 31, ill,
and recorded in Liber 83 on page 435 and i6. and far
a breach of the condition in ttaid morteage deed and
the additional charges contained, that all and Iotfulu
the land, tenements and hetediiament In said amort'
f;aj;e deed dewrrilxd and contained, wilt, after the tuae
untied by law. 1 old at public auction on account of
the bre.uh of the condition a beieinbefore mntiod.
'Ftie property in said mortgage described beinjr titu
ate at ihe corner of Hotel and Kichard sirectt, Hontv
lulu, aforeutd, ami more particularly described ta
Kryal Faleni No. 1,611, containing an area of oj-i
of an acre, and alw a piece of land ftiiuate on Hotel
street, Honolulu, aforesaid, and adjoining the above
yroperty. and more particularly dtftcrilMtd ia Royal
aient No. 17. MAKV J, lIUOWN,
by her attomtv in (act
ALKX. J. CARTWRIOHT
Clcil IIuohn, At-omey for Mortgage.
Honolulu, May 37, 1M4.
RS. l.AUKA WARNBSS,
ttllt-WlVK and HVBIK,
.'0.t, BKKETA.WIA STXEMT,
Honolulu, H. 1.
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
From San Franciv:of ixr Divrovrry, May vi Mr II
h Ut, Mrs IlaiclieUu, J lluike.
Krum San Iraucisco, per Klla, June . M I! Ilyron,
For 5Un Francisco, per Cbnaurlo, May 311. S Co
and wire, ) M Williilon, Mra. Ctosvjn and Son L (
Uinghanii F S btrattou.
tor San Francisco, per Ahmcsla. May ji E I
Atlanta, wife and daughter, II I Hinckley and Hife,
Mra (I V Crcyvon, Nfisa M Wilcoa, Mrs S I' Wa.slafT.
dauhler and niaid, Miaa lkrnard and maid, Mr New
hall and wile, Mr Chruholm, F F Low, w(fe and
daughter, Mrs J A Mcllride, MrsM GilUm, S Kphroni,
II Cordon, Mr Id Mra Smith, l C Tewltherry, O (iivl
wood, S Sell., M Prachl, F A llricps, T(i Cmeii.
hwen, R Grenl.ilr, J hiremlell, Mrs M Wlddelield, Ci
1) Mathes I)r WMcCallisler, Miss Otto, J r Conway.
I d. Maderlos, wife and 3 children, M tie Andrade, A
Sherry, wife and 1 children, C II LoaUrd, I Frank and
wife, J W Wendell, Mra STa)U and . children,!'
Piompson, J M hmiih, Mevers, r Murphy, W I,
Morrow, E II Fulhtie, Mra S ! Wenlwnnh. M
MaderUs, wiT.and a cliildrcii. M d'Andrade. II relter
and wife. I de Freitaa, J dc Lo,ta, A Maurr, J, Mcy
The Young I'coplet Christian Kmlcavor
rVssoction liel't their firat uxrial last Tuesday
evening at the parlors of the Kort-Slreet
Church. The social was unique at well as in
structive in its onlcr of exercises. Ilctiilcs the
uslitl Aci;ranime of music and ilcclamalion, a
limit lecture on Ki)pt ssat tlelivereil liy I'ro
fensor Alexander, Thiough the kindness uf
Mr, I'urneaux Ihe walls were appropriately
liun with oil paintings of the p)r3inidsj while
a liutt of Haineses, King of Kg) pt, awakened
memories of long ages past. After the lecture
a nice lunch was served hoe prevent by Mrs.
Cruran and Mist llcssie Dickson.
I railed In at a drill meeting of the Hono
lulu Killcs on last Tuesday evening and found
the livtlurd at it with taber and pin i my
ftlit friend George Katstlt wa partly" in line,
and wat'uite proud of a new Ml which he
exhibited in tectiont at he turned around.
The company it in a prosperous, comljllon, and
it becoming cajwrrt in the use of arms new
menibera are added c eiy meeting night, and
the pnavpect it lltat the company's limit nf
men will toon be rescliol. Ioma.
Honolulu, June 4, I Sir.
crs, J d. Soiua Uiaa, wife and a children, Low . ef
1. Ackaini, wile ana 4 cnililren, r 11 r.rlvkn, wire and
child, O J Itrien, O llcndcrann, J Kaustrum and wife,
O Oleson, wife and 1 child, luscn, John Allen, Ah
'luck. V Hansen. EM Kle, W Hirtl. E Mtlneken,
Mr. Henry He) man, a Jewish vlolinivt, welt
known in San Kranclcu and Oakland at an
accomplished musician ami a genial gentleman,
will piobalJy arrive by the Mariposa neat I ni
Monday, lie dines to enjoy a well-earned I
The sale of fancy articles and refreshments
last Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the
North I'acific Missionary Institute was a very
pleasant and successful affair Mis. Hyde,
Mis. Cooke, Mrs. Damon, Mrs. Shaw and the
teachcit awl scholars of the Kawaiahan Seminal)-
managed the affair so as to bring together
a scry pleasant company of fathers ami mother
and children, who ate candy and cake ami ice
cream on ihe broad verandah, or bought
(lowers fiom Miss lluslace, or fancy articles
from the Misses llrewcr, Atheiton and Lowiey,
who presided at the tables in' the recitation
room or indulged in IcuioMile: ami soda
water, which the Mlases Clark XpenteU 10 all
thinly ones. As the refrnhsMts were all
made and given by the ladica, ocdonated fur
the occasion by tuch liberal ltaueucn as May
A Co., Hollisier A; Co., and J. K. Wilder, the
exienses were a mere liitle, and the net pro
ceeds amounted finally tu $300.
Notices with "Woikinginen to the front"
were posted -cstetday, armourcln an anil-
tnonopoly mas meetinc this Saturday etenlng,
at ihe IiVCeiini, at half jusl seveil 11 clock. In
discuss the ureal iMCJlinn cf ihe hour. Ihi
it wells 11 us hear from (he bone and sinew
of the country on ihtt itiijsorlanl subject ,
' . 1
The planking ol the cromg at the Alapal
terminus of (he llrrclania-Sticrt. Uailriud it in
so worn a Hale (hat il now rciuirea caution in
driving a cariiage acio. the tame, rscially if
the tpringt or wheels of the vehicle are weak.
Kvcii ihe lua gets a jolt tomctlmei Ihat almost
unseals its u.snf,cr.
Uev. K. I', llaker, of Hilo, will occupy ll
puipu 11 inc. ixrmei louwirmw morning.
Chuck Eau, I Tnisllar,, wife and a children, A Miaal.
I I.oee. J de Pino, w if. and a children, C Y Awa, Ah
iwro, J Oontlvcs, T Snonock, I Marshall, Aim, Law
Chock, F W Htlfga, j llickson, II Wlolle,
FOR SETTING IN BRICK.
KMMKI.UTH ft CO.,
No. s Nuuanu .Stkiict illOH.lUI.ll
Sole agents for these Islands. "Die beat cookina tm
paralus lor the rimiriaiioQ, Hotel or Fanuly.
RANGES FIXTURES aucb .a
Hot Walrr llvllerl,
Onaa. Bar, Mr,(
Always in atock.
Eaplicit directions for aettlntf ub accompany
Ciitulart awl Print on mfHitatitn.
pk paper I
Front San FfaneUcn. ner TVitrnverv. tlsv ,tlr
4 Cuuke, i8ji poats, as rlowerpua: llackfcld ft Co.
sooakaliarley. loj ska Iwne ineal. 17! Ms hay, 67500
urn!'., iwiuuiiiiiiic, 3Q0 ouis uiHiri nan as 1V111, 7
bis leather, 101 baa soap, Jt'-tack flour, t Ma collars,
, . MiNwif. 3 on ury soous. 1 nav-cutler, 1 wneel, I
r K, soo aka aalt, 3 Ma brooms, 6 pkgs
Allcu 4 Robinson, a nke d.Mirk. & rw
laialat hulhsan, lluckley Co, ii akaoaii, too bla
t t 1 i w, waclaruuie a SJJ. 340
" ,.i., jv via iii ..icniyr.B s4, aya aka bran,
ciHii nM wni
ludd. ta ska bran, aa bla bavi M.v a rn .....i..!..
flour, 40 tks gralam, xw ska (rain aiul feed, 3 Ma
btnonia, 7 ca and 113 tin crackers; lilliulm & Co, 31
pk powder; McCheaney, laoho(s;Lhiiiea. Anna, loij
Froin Salt FraunHU. per Vila, tun. a Hrewtr Ac
Co, 313 Mahay, lao aka grain and Teed, sjn.'.k and
73 fi-ska flour, I ba oil well tools, a pea sinokt slack.
aoo bide lime, 330. ui ahinfLa, eo. ui brick, 77 ton stndl
Hart llroa, oopkea aroceries; Hall bon, it, Us bay,
toaka brai, arlaia hair, tt bndl niouldlnaar I9pka
doora ami aash, tao aka flour; 1 1 01.4 l)jn, , jri
71 sjiaii)i Aiciniyi.sjo, yj tka bran,
id wheal. 101 i.kKa (rocenea; J !,, Walker, a
a, complete: .Wilder as Co, OS pkis (roceries, 7!
huols;J 1 Walerhoute, aoo sY-akarlouriC II
-j - x- i - ' . . 1
OOKS PERTAINING TO HAWAII,
actlon. If hit vertices may le secure" I for a
conccri In union with the Symphony Club
and ihe Amateur Musical Society, Honolulu
will be the gainer. "I
1 - ' m'
Mr, J, S, Wtbb rcail a aer on tome o(
the Oatward Manifestaliunt of 'h)ical liTi
vclopinrnl on the Hawaiian Islands Ixfore h
last meeting of the lloiwl.lu Social Science
Avsociaiion, Tlic paper la tpokrn nf at one
of the most thoughtful tvar tWitic4 bffore
Jarv' HiUftry Uth lUwalun IiVioJc
it MsMlblr Ml Ik H4JtdHrk.lt lUAtldl,
i L-'uittj-un-F'tt I itm lajnL
H'vJUu AlfUiwc v4 tKnuati.
r with tv Ur2 klfjck .1iitU uJ ntMl.Ii
ttt-sft tl rLEl Li 4lLal-iti ill tk-a ---
TMf-a. tt. TMBVM'H
From Port Townsind, pee Antali., tun. 6AII.11 A.
Robinioei, 4to,(stf Ihea'iq pine, rouh: 37,015 ft Ore
ion pine, U-vd ; ),a6y Oteon sprue, lumber,
for San Irarsdaco. perCrnsuelo. Mavat -l.issl.-e
sueaz, t.ouOjOas lbs , value. $44, ill 41
For baa rianciaco, per Italian, May 31 -939 bags
eucar, ti.Mllba., aalue, (4.171 70.
For San rratuiwo, per AIacda,May 3l-J.ot
r-,e ;u, 1,79,1.3 lb. 1 4,309 peea IKe, ,)9,tui l:
' wkh, iMia.n. , si uaa iiei leasee ;
PNGLISH SOOA WORKS.
174 Qun SraT, Honoiviu,
For the manufactui. of
AUr-todl auU IMiainl WM
Im 7aiM' fmttnl Bmttlf.
tlOlTLKI) LEMONADE and GINGER ALE ICKXI
0 HOTEL HTHKKT, - MOXOLVIV
NUU VAHINB, Prltar.
ORTGAOBB'S NOTICB OP SALS.
lly order of Antonio J. l-pt, lb. nawiia(w aa-Md
In a certain indenture of inostjuka, d.14 lb
Ijth Jay of Augtul, lit J,
nude by jolm R. Silns and Nakileu Ida wile, laklb
Sila, Julian Oonialvea and Anna O-jnralrea kiasaett,
10 said Antuuio , l and tor a breach eaf iha Ma.
duiooa o( aald norta.e, I aas direct, mt at WMk
TlSSDA i', UNSjjtk, 1M4, t nttn
Al tnr aaJearooot la louolul lb. SoUovi-f ,UcS M
p wlaoTUndl '
That certain plec. oe parcel of land aitw at Wl-
Icle, Mauoa, Idand 0IO4I u, lln. tk. taaat) dMcribU
In Royal Patent No. aa.i, K.Uan. Hate 174.. CM-
talnf an area of 73.10. ofaa mat.
Lu4, 5- lilMIV.
. mo Uihd ului. V-Ju. tcn.Ki Il
Yot VvuirU. V C per Kmij, Jut 6--uo IU (uu
LUt VWtiit Hru. Ccimui,
tiMt Loit KaTjMM,
yn $Jf I)JJ ) 1 Houfr
V Lt Win, 4, ), 6,
ctasT fUUi (tAlaUcil rt4,
19 cm fehect Z.tkC,
w rt C C lfou
yic-Mf Tf rUitv
CftMH bJ-iU4, c, tit. ur,
lOli Ml UV
Tbat certain bieoe ot l . .e .
said, being A para I of Royal Patent No tt.7. KlS-
na item 171a conuiuing aaarw gf 1, rfn.Km.
nut certain plec. of laud liluate al Maat ,fm-
aald, being the earn, dearrlbal in Roy PaaUM K,
4340 and containing aa area of 30 ie-i mn
Thai cettauv sitae, of land s Wailele. Hl .
id, being ll.e aaaM aaor. autil-rly lctt4 U
Rosal PaUot N-. nl, c lainlua aa ana ot 1 aviaa
'Ibal retrain time tt 1 iua '
aald, bebig ihe aantt aut. wtticnlaily ilnrnba. la
isuvai taunt ri. n, cuia aaatMaf 34-sa
Tlial rerlain SjIm. oftl ! !.
aaid, being tb. sUi mora MftKstlarly a.wltk.J'fa
ety iHem fw asaie isuwiaaa itaau ,71a.
an area sflfwai acre.
. tbos certain pUce U Und anuala al tt
wa-na isiiiui tJ , r .: a i .. -
!. iticsiUrlyjlrsarib-i U Kvyal paMaa Ms. east.
kuteana llelu H4, sunulnii aa ana t 4 cn, 1
l'JuS'Jui.i"?!U, ll"- - -aaaoiWIi. W,.
klkl, lUbu, ali.aid, tuata-slna ar, MM . ,
Also, all their rlifba
Alrta e Kaaathluabib.
title aiU- U 1 H
Aina o K-jsahJuatw. a Ma,, t.nldi aaaa i
Uadef aiiU i. or law, Waad-I Paf. awl rwalaa
U Mv, af.a.id. Mar woe.Sg tiaen, . -Metal
.ar le mn w ls., UamUst Kl ruUg al aaSst Maaaa,
UysdaJ U. aa ftU Maaa.1 aha j UltmJ, aaTl
BIhiiJiiumj aaatUoa caawla IttstaSte
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