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Th-.tmlyke. sil I. Mel us hir wa .. wrr, and lo ' it v.ax th lliveaiian band that 1' lemimne iav. . ... le-mc- -
Publication o. Is i t Merchant street, Ed- ,he Ui'm.md held an.! see how Hie Married J, hem tilijinK W talked bank charter
tortal rooms at i4 Port tree! Mm hold Iheir wind against 'lie Imy- wh" jfirr thai
Snbscrlbi-rs and Advertisers will pleaac addresi, I wear the lug II. on their shirts ? lie ik-mi'ml
N'eichant Vessels Now in Pert
TIIOS. O THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
All matter for the Saturday Press should be
addreised to the SATURDAY PRBSS
Nolle ol any eenti of Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will always b lhanklully received
for publication. Correspondent are requested to
append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer Is actinic In good faith
.JUNH. tl. is&i
I he permanent settlements wen r Iter Mni
e ly Queen Downier Krnma, $16,000 : III
I x. cllency P. Kano-t, l, too l'.ved. Hon.
II Kmhelani, $l,7oo
Mi. nter Kaitciia, I mnveil II lie made
$1,400 a pawed by an art. I'axneil as amen-ii-.i
NIi.m Kipi. $(V : Mrs I' Xahantclu.
I aiHiiinnf legrelalurc (if 1881. $10,0):
Se.reiary of privy cnuiril, $200 ; Inri.lenials
sir privy e.nincil, $luo Passed.
Salirv rirruie inl(- llilo and Kail. $J(fJO.
'thr salary ol circuit judge Kolmla, Knim.
el. . wii- raw. 1 irnin 5.2000 in 3.2100.
at first, Mid it was too warm, ami asU.il me
oerlo takes drink of llethesila water, flit
orc.1 by orgeat, vs ltd a languid air tint almost
made me despair of taking h.ni with me. Hat
I worked him up by telling him that the wires,
sisters, cousins and aunts of the llnrrllrl
would lie there. Thai raptured Jiim and a .i)
we went. Ilmtn-ivke n vcr suM-epiinic i
ll l a iiiri.ms fact that you tan tell many
traits in 1 person x character by war-hing him
rend a newspaper In a restaurant. Now the
restaurant keepers of I lonolnlu do nut supply
more thin half enough papers for their guests,
ami this fact serves to make what is known as
the ue S ar fwn-1 n disable. As xnnn as hr
rrnrhex tile inside of Ihe door, he slops and
the gon.1 opiiu. n of the fair s s,and asked me, ' xurvcyx I he room for a two r. If ' eex ivie
II. .l .1 1 in 11 itii
orked Iteasurer of (he fund braced up with .n ,,. t . . l( ,. , , , u, , lh, c)mt ,4
some P01 nds of salad and some pints ..f coflee ; , the -etiid quarter. ..n.t It o be rwpt.! a termlrwiiesn
to picture how Opposition and IniKisilinn . ontiwtne.inrii.i.
brushctl each the other's brmd. loth -I could
write half a column of names, that would male
lh lunnieM of juxtaposition. Hut 1 must
forbear. In fine, Ihe affair nette.i oer two
the arrival m lh' hmeda .m Mnwl.iv 11 brtntM
San Harer-co adekea mill, itxti inl.vrt, but noeltter
Inn nxof Jnj mdieatfcrtisof an .inrm.vnuj nw.ll.et fm
I . it- . . Urn
r N .- h, a.1
M- I i X' I . N.r' . . .
V. II. IWXtnxu Ho, .11 It ...
ll l.sxo M. iw.fc.T Slai.ks
At Avinv More
llnl s .
...Haw I IV ,
.. m tern ;
Am htttne ,
ia d lnl . bs I
Ke. S. II. Hails. I inr.li. II. 'nen f In t inlhla
Vina. joiin8etdi. Je ofi J Sot n llro . I
as we far! nlniig, locoachhiinini in Ibrplatrtx
and the game when we arrlcd, so lie .ould
talk luxe IkiII in a learned manner to hix fair
friends in the evening. 'I his I ptonii.nl of
course, Irat I was milte sure he would get
tangled In a mare of etirred Iwllx, Irase hits,
liners, dtmhlo-plays, errors, forced runs, Ity
rnlrhex, mid find lulls before he got through.
When we armed the Ixiys were practicing,
and Ihe new million, which b) the wiy is
miserably t.enlr.1, was signed mer with aliout
loo icctators, I horndyke Iwikeil at me rue
fully and intimated that I had deceived him as
to the soncourse of lieauly that would lie
there, but t knew that he could not walk lack
as he is scrv careful of his shoes and silk
-.alary circuit judge of Kauai $.io. I'axxetl,
Police justice Honolulu $9600.
On a otc being called it liasxed al $0000.
1 he cnmnilttec rose aim re-irtcl pr.rexx, Uocki ngx t . I chattcil away and railed his
I nllenlion at once In the pla)ers
and then adjourned.
fllL'RXIIAV'x HtxSION HIRrV-XM.ONI IIAV.
Keporta were rrcsentixl as lotlowv.
Ily Mr. Ilishop: From committee on edu
cation, a petition to reduce Ihe school lax at
Makawno lo $1, lie laid on table; for an En
glish school at Wniknpu, referred to board of
t dilution t releasing iwrciils hating fitc chil
dien from mIhkjI tax, be laid on table I pre
paration of a dictionary liy one Joseim Kain
jiu, the same is unnecexMry j for establishment
of boarding school, be tcfcrrnl to Iniard of
Ily Minister llibvins A rcixnt of fees re
reised from Hawaiian Consuls, The leixirt
states only one consul has rcinitled fees, wil so ,e cat, tCM between bases and talk politics,
lliai 1ro.11 noHton ,I2. on.u. at u.n.ion . y h(.rcMn youth In the n,l stockings i,
receives $Soo salaiy, and the consul at han , ' , z.
Franciscn receives the target fees. Laid on ! the "orphan hllis, who plays first. The
table. pilrher has been trying for weeks to knock
Ily minixicr Uulicki A rent relating to I ,m 011ti mt he alwa succceils in dolging the
Hi.lliM.i.a. putney, n i... i.n. 1.1 ... . . .
To be printed
liins rtxui nrst time:
"That -Spanish-looking gentleiiiaii, Thorn
d)ke,"said I, " Is Don Antonio Koxa he ilajs
2nd base, and is the crack runner of the Matrlcd
Men, you will doubtless see him beat a tnll
! Iictwecn bases before the game is riser. Do
you tec that Sancho-I'anra looking fellow in I folds it up wrong side out. and puts it on the
the left fi.-ld ? That ix Napoleon .Siencei, who table under a dislrof pork chopxan.l then xpills
has lately made himself famous for hix philoso
phical ssitticisms and home runs. He is a
sure bat and often knocks the ball far enough
anywhere that cheek will enab a him ' 1 gam
Kixseion of, he takes it without iik shadow
ol .111 apology, and rushes to a seat. Von may
depend upon it, that paper is hix for an hour.
lie will ue every mode of cunning to retain
it, and will read and eat, and eat and read,
spilling his fo.nl over himself ami his paper in
hi greedy sell'islmiss. Another man will get
a paper anil hide it in his lap while he is eat
ing, and will took the waiter, who is hunting
for the stray paper, in the face with the simple
innocence of a sunday-school my.
'1 hen there ix the man who ilcliltcrately
folds up the paier you are waiting for, puts it
in his ockct and steals It. You know it is
not his, but you prefer to lie imposed upon
rather than accuse him of Ihe theft and raise a
row. Hut the woman who comes in, looks for
the paper and then sits down upon ll in Ihe
chtir, and orders the waiter to bring her the
morning paper, and is mad If he can't find one,
is the greatest nuisance of all, when she docs
get another papei she reads two or three lines,
Island lendife, but tin lh te.erst, lj!r .ulfersanfUiltr -- - . -
rnctirtMl dl;..r Nutv.llhla.i,lin Ihe nmsuiiilT tui SPi:NLI.R-ltK1vN At ihe resWetwe r.f A
.1.- !,... -f.kt. M.n.Ma.. :. 1. ..l4,i. ft Mxnerr. rl . Ilil Hswa.i,
wrnie of nur lneorporate.1 pLimalto.. UfUll 2 disl-
... ItWHH, a done mis wees, vu l ri n sisjxt ....., ..y,i. s ! n ,011,.. ,, ul,r ., il.lv
rl.. ..,!... .....v ,i., ri.nl ni.e.1 lis lamli- .. . . ...... . u.... . t ' HBN-wfiOI'xI.I' - mll.i Iwie .' T
. nv ;.i-m. r-- "- - --- "i 1 1 i.rj , ui ia stmt. 4.K1 irr iiv.p...n i.nnriirai . ., . i s , t ,. . pnr if f of I. 1,1.111' h, llr Inlii
lights hut I litre n .t xpaeeo wiitral-nut u. ofjijnsiurr.
.siui..ni piosx l l r trie week na.enoi ifrn ll.',
Ihou i ui. rtott h..s 'H.WH insil In hs.ren lofldiua and
dnailures, e.t . quarter clne
The mnrtttaitee'e sale of real elale bs Mr t-. I'.
Adams, la lute taken place Ul liies.Uv. was l
poned fnrtmo ueeLs.
DUTTERICK'S CUT PAPER
new suppl) of txiesl l)t jl reelve.1 In be re
.ten.h.l rash month -and fne sale al their mxtked
.rl.el TIIOS 11 THRUM'S
mtm Tost r Htnse
nor alKxn lh.- ha'l at ihi ho'el last nyht.
There will W an ri.t.rtaniment .-n!gul at
Musical Hall, whose tiroaiilsaic to swell the
funds raised by Ihe garden party and llie halls
Mrs. ,. I). Kpreckcls and Mr. Ncsfield will
sing, Mr. IIcyini.il snll ti.UlIt ami alr. naiiyi Arrivals
and Messrs. Purvis and Swanry will play in a kooi.,, Hou, tn.. Sean, frrnn KahuV
s K Vfhsi
Honolulu. June 28, 1SS4.
1 l a Met
.1. Air.. I.. Wnodard, hll ol l..
IW Mr. Knlua: Helatini! to the alixmsinc'
of government lands In small holdings. Ke
rerrcd to revising committee.
Ily Mr. Dolei To facilitate the acquiring
and settlement of homesteads. Referred to
Ily Mr. Kauhikou: '1 11 suppress lotteries, raf
fles, and oilier games of chance. Referred to
Resolutions and bills were presented as fol
Ily Minister (iiilicki Relating to pnxtofficc
I'y Minister Neumann; To rclicse certain
paitlcx from paying bail $joo, on account of
the principal absconding. Referred to jiull
ciatycoiiuniltee. Ily Mr. Dole: Expressing a want of con
fidence in the present ministry, and that il be
made special oidcr of the day for Saturday.
Mr. Kauhikoui "I muse it he indefinitely
postxincd, It ix not lull enough, and does not
give any reasons."
Mr. l'aohaiii " 1 moe it lie laid on table."
Mr. W. O. Smith! "The resolution i a
plant and simple one, and ihe assembly know
the cause of its being introduced.
Mr. Kaltiai " The inner are full of the
doingx of the piesent ministry and Ihe matter
should be fully discussed.
Mr. Ikikcri I am not a lawyer so cannot
say whether the Indictment is good or not. If
It will canv out tluncs I would like to see
done, I will xupiKirt it. During the discussion
of the finance report, I was so much interested
that I bought a pair of .spectacle. o as I could
read il thoroughly. Tin- committee say In
their reioit theie arc still other matters they
imght have mentioned, but concluded to rc.t
where they did. If the resolution is to draw
out tho-sc facts, 1 am in f.nor of it, I told
my constituents when I was going round be
fore election, that if elected and lite statement!,
and reports made in the newspapers were cor
icct, I would buy a big pair of boots and kick
the Ministry out. Iheiemay be cuikI come
out of it. Carried. On a ote being taken,
the motion to indefinitely poxtiionc was lost
ju to 2, anil Ihe resolution will lie special or
dcr of the day for Saturday.
Third reading of a joint resehttion to np
ptoprialc $50,000 for the promotion of Japan
ese immigration. Passed.
The order of the day was:
Consideration of the gas bill.
Section 13 was struck out. Section 14 was
ri ad and passed. SiUion 15 was struck nut.
The title of the bill was changed so as to read
"A bill granlihg a franchise to a gas company
in Honolulu. I'heliill will come up for third
reading on Wednesday,
Third reading of a bill for the holding of an
additional term for the Third Judicial Circuit
Second leading of a bill to incorporate the
Hawaiian National Hank. Mr. Dole pre
sented a number of petitions with oer a
thousand signalmen piotc-sling against the bill.
Mr. Kalua moved the bill be indefinitely -t
Mr. C. llrowiii "1 introduced the bill, but
mi much has licen said against it that it seems
to he a'.ieady sat upon, and I will not say any
Ayex and noes were called on indefinite
iKistpknement as follows. Ayes Gibson, (iu
lick, Kapciu, Neumann, Ilishop, Cleghorn,
Parker, liowxett, Molt Smith, Kaac, Walker,
Ke.iu, I.ilikalanl, ILikcr, I'. Hroun, Amara,
Kaulia, Kalua, Richardson, Kanealii, W. O.
Smith. Kimekclc, Gardner, Nawahi, Hitch
cock, Kanftita, Kauhanc, Nahiiui, 1'ilipo, G,
Drown, Kaunamano, Dole, Rowell, kupihea
and Nakalcka. Total 35. NoesKuihelanl
and Ilrnwn. Total 2.
Second reading ol a bill (elating to the
Intermediary Omit, Oahu. l'ascd to en
Second reading of a bill to amend section t,
chapter 90 of the Civil Code, Paxeil to en
giossmenl. Third reading of a bill to amend section 7S2,
CIsil Code, relating to elections. Passed.
Third reaping ol a bill to encow' a chair of
national science anil chemistry, uanu Loiiegc.
Third reading of a bill to amend tcclion 552,
Civil Code, telating to custom house col
lecttous. Oldcred to lie rc-engroscil.
Third reading of a bill to amend chapter
31, Penal Code, relating to liliel. Passed.
Third reading of a joint resolution for the
Minister of l'innnce to pay over to the tirasurrr
of Queen's Hospital $7,011 S3. PjvsoI.
1 ImII, and ha earned the sobriquet of the 'artful
' .Inilnr Vnnder Unii'ht of the woeful fil'lirc.
coffee on It. She will sit and watch you ax if
she was inlcrextcw In you personally while you
hunt the room over in a sain elTort to get the
news. It is certainly poetic justice, for the
man who can afford it, (11 take two or three
papers to any Honolulu restaurant, sketch
through them and then replace them in his
pocket before the famished eyes of these veri
table paper fiends. Ionia.
June 2S, 1SS1.
who has a goodly portion of his legs turned up
for feet, is ihe renowned Robbie Parker, he
who heaveth the globe with n .li.ilxilic.-il curse
to the unsuspecting batter. I base seen him
take a hot liner fiom the hat with a serenity
that would make a steel target jealous. That
sedate troubadour near the home base, who
shakes hands with the ball in such a friendly
manner, is the Benedict catcher, Hilly Sheldon,
who glories in punishing his second baseman
and scooping in wild fouls. Yonder nervous
gentleman with the Gil lllas make up plays
center field ; his name is Johnnie Oat, though
unlike his prototype he has nothing In do with
wild oafs, but will, however, give you any
amount of chaff about the hyperbola of a high
Ily. The doughty squire yon sec with lance in
rest out in the right field, is he of the hcasy
encountcr ; no knight of the hat has ever licen
known to withstand the shock of a collision
with the brave Sir Maik Robinson. Yonder
stripling page with the title s. s.
on the score after his name Is not a sunday
school boy, that is Claric Mtcfarlanc the short
stop and general backer of the wedded base
men, lie and f.il.ly wnituck on 30 nase
play leap-fiog with daisy-cutters, and chase
foul balls. The fellows witli the blue hats
Thorn- " but alas! I turned to find Thorn
dyke had left me talking to empty air aril had
seated himself beside one of Kve's fair daugh
teis, being totaly unconscious of Umpire
Wall's call of "Time."
It is not oficn given to a teacher In ictain a
place in the. affection of many pupils after an
absence ol oer twenty years. Yet the recep
tion of Mr. licckwithtit l'unahou, last Tuesday
evening, pimed that he had retained a place in
the affection of his island pupils as real in iSS.j
as it was in 1S5S. The new building of Oahu
College seems to lend itself to evening enter-
tertainments with the best jiossible grace. It
Is a handsome building under the gleam of
morning the glow of sunset or cs en the glare
of high noon. It is a glorious pile in the
moonlight, and a grand yet not at all a gloomy
pile when only the starlight looks down
upon it. It is a tacinating wing of the great
castle of Wonder I.ind, when half its myriad
windows are softly radiant svith yellow light
and partl-colorcd lanterns hang in its broad
portico. Its assembly rooms are just tile-
rooms for receptions and musicals and literary
evenings. T here is room to breathe and space
ia mosc aliout without jostling or being jostled.
Mrs. Merrill, her fellow teachers and the pu
pils had made Ihe rooms "decorative" with
ail direct from nature's vernal studio. Branches
of palm, sprays of fern in profusion of studied
carelessness, a few elalioratc flower pieces,
made the reception room a place of beauty
that doubtless will live forever in Mr. Beck
wit h's memory.
lh' lltlfi Inlaixl'.
On the 13th instant (here arriscd al llilo
from San Francisco, the schooner Rosnilo
Captain Swifl, part of cargo for llilo, bit
ance fox Kahulul.
Serious complaints ate made against the
Until of education on Hawaii. Books urgently
needed1 are always coming "esirclel escty
day" -liut neier come,.
The llilo Ro.ul Supervisor is learning to
play 011 the zither. Meanwhile the roads re-,
main next to impassable. "Music hath charms
to soothe the savage ear" and Ihey will all he
The Chinaman who wounded a fellow
countryman at Honomii Hawaii, who was
placed in llilo prison, committed suicide by
hanging on Friday June 13th.
The region of Laupahoeoc is getting to be
Unite civiliied, a native church of long stand
ing, a 11e.1t new Catholic Church, regular
service and sermon for the- white population,
a large school, court house and jail the I.n
ter little used.
The Sunday law is no dead letter 011 some
parts of Hawaii. The other day a Chinaman
picked some beans Sunday afternoon, Mon
day he was taken to coutt, sentenced and lined,
lie probably knows more about the law now
than he did before.
Kti.al. stm. Kin.!, fiuin II1I4 and wtt liorti . " al
W . II llimond, m hVlne, lloudlell from San
liatuie.o .. . . " fl
Mokobl, stm, Mc(irrj(ir, from Knutat. " tf
Iwalant, stm.Cameron fnnn Kauai f
keV.Au!ulti, ia.li, from llanatei... " ssr
t. K. Ihshot., Davis. from lUmaVua. " ft
Wlllard Mlt.ljelt, Am 1 1; Staples, from Sew
La.lle. ,V W .. . "
Alameda, Am s s Murse. fruin ban I ranclsco
Dora, flaw betne, Lund, from I resmailes
Planter stm, Hales, fnitu Kn.l. Kona, a'hl M.-u
ben . . . . a
vVumi.in.ilo. slni elanti. from Wntnunaln.
Waimalu, sell, Ktblina, from K.loa
t.ibol.h'., ach, from Walanae
Wailcle.firpin alalilco.,, .... '.
Kati.kccteiiili. seh. fi.Hii Koli.d.1
Mamtot.ai.at. ss.h fnnn Keltalia
Wa'iehu, h, fn.ni VVnlulua, " to
Hob Koy, srh, from k..lau " 6
Malol.1, sell, from lauivluKtioe ,,. ' ifi
Llkelike, stm, vvtesimrin, rrom liamaRua.... 37
L'lant.rant llr bk, Wlhon, frmn laveipuol... t;
tbua, son, U.renren, from Mobtkal and liana " 17
Ka .M01, sli, from la.Uialis'elioe " ij
Spi.a. t.er bk. Sjchuefer for San rrancisc
sv kioii, sen, lor nana
t.hu.i,wni, linemen, fur Moli.l.al and liana
Khukai, sell, for W aialua
l.ealii, sell, K&iiolalde
Kilauea llou, sun. Sears, for Kuhittui
SvoriMire, 11 It M S, Atdiinsun.for V Klotla, IIC
Muline, II II M S, bdwanta, for Victoria, II C
Atalanla, Am bk. Hall, f. Port I'uivliscnd
Jennie, scb, for NawiltMill
C. H. Huh..)., sun, DavM, for llainakiia . (
Iwalant, Mm. Cameron, tor Koloa and Waimen
Klnau. sun, kini:, llilo and way iom
Dora. Haw hgtne, l.tlnd, for Sun Kraririsio...
Kauikeouiili. sell, lor Kolial.l.
Mary Tostrr, sch, for Punutuu .
llaleakata, sch, fur l'eieeken.
I'or .Sale nt firm tiff Htthtrerf Vrfu hy
KD. HOraTSCHLAQKR St CO.
Ofllif xlcnoininaiiot.4 of ( i, 4, 5 ami locenU cmii tf
jmr,hjn.l at (he l Oittw, in an) iliiantil) Iroiit 0117
to one lliouuMtJ. l'rnuju roiJInt; on tlif niltet Uland
ran procure them from ihe local pmt ortlc
lo, tlometic and fori. 11 rilj Patal (anl.
OLUSTER & CO.
...... Swedish frigare
There U absoluicly no nope left for
Cxiitors whoin spue of the britl(;e
contracts and foreign embassies " be
lieve Mr. Gibson, withal, to bo an hon
est, energetic anil c.tible official."
" Honest" with the "fie dollar a
head " bttsineis still unexplained ; "en
ergetic," in muddling every department
in Which he lias meddled "capable,"
in making the king s government ilts
trnstcd by 99 out of every too intelli
gent men amont; its ciiiens. And yet
the Advertiser believes Mr Gibson
to be " an honest, energetic antl capa
ble official" Captured, horse, foot and
dragoons j gone ocr, body and
breeches; given away, and not even a
mess of mutton Kittage from l.anai to
.hovY for it,
The S, F. l'oit of May 30th, says
that "The attention of the next legis
lature will be railed to the sale of the
'Hash weeklies, and an effort will be
made 10 secure the (wssage of a law
prohibiting their sale." Thee can be
no better time than this for our law
makers to frame a statute which shall
prevent the introduction of this poison
ou literature, either through the regular
mails or through newsdealers.
"The UUlJen Man'ni " will be Mr. Cm
lan't theme Sunday moming. In the evening
Key. U. U. llecUnh, I). I)., willech la a
union coiii;ici;atioii. Mr, llcelwilh was one
of Ihe twcnl) .five charter tue-inlier of I'ort-.Si.
Chuicli at its uraniiation In 1851, and was s
iiicoiUi of it for niu sears. It will undouU
dnlly ix a great pleasuiii 10 all, an.) especially
to the older lucintis'rs of the church to heat hit
yoicc ma u Chii.tlin coumeU
'Ihe inarneil men went to bat, Macfarlanr
lool. 1st base on called balls: Parser went out
on a fly; J, M. Oat made a two base hit and
was brought home by Rosa, who made 2d
base; Sheldon went out on a fly and put the
side out. Swan of the llonolulus made first
base; Mierrcil billowed but went out on first;
I. II. Oat made his first: II. M. Whitney went
out on a fly, .Swan came home, and Oat went
out on 3d base putting the side out. In the
second inning Whittick look his first; Kills
halted the ball to short stop and went out
Whilti.-k, Kobinsoo and Spencer scored one
run each; Macfarlanc went out on a fly and
Parker put his side out on first base. II. M.
I Whitney for tnc llonolulus made hU first and
t.uy vNodehouse followed lolirst; Winter was
put out on first, I". Whitney took first on sis
balls; II. M. Whitney attempted to run home
and went out; I.ow Mruck out and put the
side out. In the third inning J. M. Oat took
1st base on a passed ball; Rosa took first on
six balls; Sheldon took first on called balls
bul went put on J.I base; IMIis went out on 1st
base and J. M. Oat and Rosa came home;
Robinson put the side out by batting a fly to
3d base. Swan, Shcirctt, V. It. Oat and
Tisher scored one run each for the llonolulus
before Wodchouse, Winter and K. Whitney
went out. In the fourth inning Spencer
scored one for the married men and l.ow one
for the llonolulus. In the fifth inning Whit
tick and Kllis scored one each for the Bene
dicts and Wodehouse one for the llonolulus.
In the sixth inning both sides failed to score;
Paikcr, J, M. Oat and Rosa putting the Ilenr
diets out, white I . II. Oat, II. M. Whitney
and Wodchouse sent Ihe llonolulus to the
field. In the seventh inning the matrieil men
scored four runs and the llonolulus two. The
scoic now stood 13 for the Benedicts and 9 for
Ihe llonolulus. Some lady here telephoned
into tnwn that the llonolulus were getting
left. Tlnscauseil one of the Oceanic Uiys 10
shut up shop, hiie a hack and llr to the scene
of action. Imagine his disgust when he ar
rived to find Ihe llonolulus had made 18 runs
in the eighth inning to the Itcncdicls' five.
The game was now virtually over and at the
end of the ninth inning the score stood 30
runs for the llonolulus and 19 for the married
men. A game will be played this afternoon
between the Oceanics and the llonolulus
which will no doubt be- closely contested.
Chief Justice J mid was to have delivered an
address of welcome on behalf of the" two hun
dred or more island-pupils who had called
Mr, Ucckwith teacher, either at the, Royal
School or Oahu College. It. 11 Ihe chancellor
was unavoidably absent and the pleasant duty
fell to Dr. N. ll.Kmerson, who, after a few lilting
words, read a letter from the chief justice and
then gave way to Mrs. II. I". Dillingham who
read Ihrce letters from different parts of the
islands, expressing the aloha of many former
pupils unavoidably absent. Mr. Ucckwith re
plied in a shoit speech, in which he claimed
old pupils as his children and their children as
his granchildrtn. Aside from the pleasure of
welcoming ihcir old teacher for whom their
love and reverence had not waned during the
many years since he left the institution 10 which
he was ihe first to give the name of college,
aside fiom the pleasure of the evening as one
of genial intercourse and rational fjocxl fellow,
ship, the occasion wxs one of class reunion and
school-day reminiscence. And many a matron,
and many a paterfamilias, lived over again
" 'llittmeiry das when we were voim; '
and wondered if the manly lads and sprightly
maidens w ho made part of the happy gathering
would Have such pleasant and profitable school
days as they.
'The American tern Kva is discharging him
her at the Ksplanade.
The llritish hark Mount Lebanon, sails for
Hongkong to-day, for a return cargo.
'The American bark Willard Mudgett, ar
rived last Sunday from New Castle, with a
cargo of coal.
The American bark Amy Turner isdischarg
ing at llrcwcr & Cos wharf. She sails for
Hong Kong early next week.
The llritidi steamship City of Paris has dis
charged her cargo, and hauled out in the
stream awaiting the arrival of the Mariposa.
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaua has dis
charged all of her down cargo, and is now on
the berth for San Krancisco, to sail in about
The steamship Alameda arrived promptly
on Monday morning, with the United Slates
mail. She returns to San Trancisco, on Tues
day- next at noon.
The American barkentine W. II. Diniond,
arrived last.Saturday from Sin l'rancisco, with
a general cargo of merchandise, a lot of live
stock, etc. She has discharged, and sails for
Kahului, to load for San Francisco, to-moirow
01 Monday. . .. t
7.C O.fllfot uii Mutilt
Editor Saivrdav Prkss Sir People
on Maui appear very nonchalant as regards all
Ihe fuss made aliout Ihe new hank by a few
agents and intcrcxtol panics who have hither
to had pretty much their own way, in some
cases charging for exchange exorbitantly and
collaring the margin. Opposition and competi
tion arc great elevators anyhow, and since a
larger fish than heretofore appears in the waters
of the Pacific why should it not in the course
of nature prey again on those who have till
now been disooiting themselves freely? .Of
course, it is not pleasant, we know. W. II. 8.
1 he editors of the Press are in receipt of
news which confirms the opinion expressed on
this same topic by another writer two weeks
ago, and confutes the assertion of the cor
rcsjiondcnl nlxrve cited that is, as to the teal
feeling on Maui. His simile of the "big
fish " in the Pacific is not a " pleasant " one.
For that reason the smaller fishes combine.
Il is the first law of nature self protection.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
Mickunksia, Am. limine. Morning Hmn (JarlanO
Overdue. K. (I. Hall & hon. .Vceuts.
t.lvLHrooi, I'tH Mi Vahcxs Ingrain
Hue Set is 40.
Port 'Iownshu, Am tern r.xcri-stoi.. l'elri
Hue how. ilder 3i Co. Accnrs.
IIntMSN, Haw I.V C K llisuoe. , .Wallers
Hue Aiia-iisl 10-lx. Ilftckfeltl A. Co, Akci.Is.
New Casts e, N S V, Oer bk A reel o.
II.. now. Age-rus.
Port IIlskxia, Am lutne Courtrstv i-hrd.. Miller
bvlisev. Am s ClTV sir Svi.srv .flea.boni
Hue July f. llaeklel.l (.. eo, .ve.ils.
NawCASTee, N Is W, Am ship Kl. Horso..
Hue . , Agents.
San Fkaxwsco. Am tern Qt KFN Hrau.lt
PLAGS AND FIREWORKS
IOK I lit: rOUKlll!
A Small Ul r.f
Itoekatt), Roman Causdlsa,
Blvt Light, BoBgolaa d
Gold Chop First Craokara. x
tiioi. a. rniwM's ranr sr. .xroiru.
As also an Assortment of
PRINU'.U AND llONri.NO inns.
COURTH OF JULYI
GRAND OCEAN EXCURSION
Under die auspices of
AIC.KROIIA I.OIIOK. I. O.fi.'l.,
KonlV Point. I'imii-I River.
blea.ners Mill leav llie t!sr.lana.le, font of port street,
at 7:30, 9:30311 it s. si. Returning, lh !oat leaves
Ford's Puint at 4 e. M. n(l 6 e. r.
'llie Royal Hawaiian Hand will I In aner.dai.ee.
Refreshments can lie obtained 0.1 the ground.
A.tulrs Round 'trip 'lichen, Si 50; Children, 50
cents, 'tickets now obtainable from J. M.Oat, Jr, A
Co., T. (. 'Ilitum, A! rs. Tlios. lick and members of
the committee. For fimlier particulars see programmes
at News Depou.
i'ommttlrr nf A rrriiirriiieiiM.
N' Uluri.E-ss, ll. CoeLIss,
JamksW McUuini.. J. A. McGuinr,
Mus I. Dicksos, Miss F. I.sck,
Mrs. .V. F. Ill r..ss.
The musical concert given by Mr, Henry
llcymann, which took place last Saturday
evening at the Music Hall was one of the
fashionable events of the week. Notwith
standing the many social attractions between
sea and shore, at least J0 ol the devotees of
Orpheus were piecnt. It is one of the notice
able features of any muocal entertainment
given here, whether piofessional or ama
teur, that our home ability always lakes a
piomincnl or leading patt, The music of
Saturday evening was finely executed and
nothing in my opinion fell below a good aver
age. However, t cannot say a musical opinion
of mine ran be deluded upon if you wi.h a
purely critical decision) 1 was told last Mon
day night at the band concert in l.'nnna Square
that I displayed very laxir judgement. It
was this way. I wa standing with one of
our young cuiioieuri out of sight of both
hands, and he had been discoursing to me on
the xupeiioiity of (he Swjftxure'. Ivand.
admit he almot convinced me, with his sweet
Jogix-, that they were much better players than
Mr. Ikrger'a boy.. At last I volunteered an
opinion r "Uslen" said I, "the .Swiftvure hand
U certainly the finer band) their cxpiruion, is
moic light and airy) their touch i certainly
very delicate and their lime f cpial if nut
wiK-iior to out boys as, you have uid." lie
looked vciy plcatcd'when he had convinced
uie, and uid he was glad to see I had such
good judgment in musical matters. At we
walkevl toward the nanj'weboth looked up
I went to ihe n.tecn's garden party Thursday
afternoon. I went with the proud confidence
that 1 was accomplishing two desirable objects
contributing some-tiling to a worthy cause, and
looking cat-wi.e at royally in the only ap
proved republican mannerby paying for it.
In stating this 1 admit myself a malihinl and
thereby rob the confession of half its sting.
My companion of Ihe afternoon was another
malihinl of the tenderer sex. She was as ig
norant of loyally as I, her most extensive-
knnwledge being founded upon a school-girl
acoutinlanceshiii witli Mary Queen ol Scots.
Together we strolleii through those portions of
the lulace interior not tabu, admired its ma
jority of good and deplored its minority of
bail taste, wished momentarily that we were
king and queen and instantly congratulated
ourselves ihat we were not, and then, sweep
ing down the broad stairway with what state
we miglit, melleil into trie Heterogeneous
crowd in the ill-kept gioundsdielnw, Siiiiun
laneously we noted our protest al the-incongruity
lictwcen the stately palace and Its shab
by surroundings, "If we were kamaainas
and you wcic a legislator," said my compan
ion, "you would introduce a bill lo spend
something on these grounds, wouldn't you ? "
"Yes 1 would,'' I replied, " prov id eil their maj
esties would throw the groumts open at
leasl once a month." And then we went and
let one of the prettiest school-intstrcxscs In
Honolulu serve lis some most praiseworthy
Queen Kapiolam came into the grounds
about 4 o'clock dressed with Aicadian unos
tentation. She wore a holoku of black cash
mere, trimmed simply with narrow lunds of
silk, Her head-dms wax a broad liawaiiar:
haf of plaited pit m leaves. A tci of roses, red
and white, encircle! the ijuetuly threat, A,
she Ussol down towards the refreshment
booths, a tloe-eycl sibyl (my practical com
panion affirms the eyes were brown) In the
Ikw itching gaihol an Armenian giy, came
forth from ihe cave of th; cnchanlress (which
my CQiiiunimi iiw.ts consisted simply nf a
Chill an I a tabic) and taking the iptecnly palm
told her as bonny a foitune as ever did Scottish
Romany girl under the walls of Kenilworth
Castle. My companion contends llut the
Amwniaii gipsy gill wore a mo.t striking like
ness lo .M rv joe nuong.
Ihr llnrilrH .
'Ihe garden party in the palace grounds
Thursday afternoon anil evening netted over
$2000. The following detailed statement is
as nearly correct as can be made to-day ( Fri
l-oatttnc lui.e j.
Sax pRVNvlseo, lint a s RAeANl.ls Webher
Hue July li. llnckfeld A Co., Anem.
I.ivernioi, Itrir Ll. Oiiiriiv,.
To sail June I, T. II. Havies il Co., Ai;ents.
Jl 1 UIT, Am. butnc Hazsku 'lirrlie)
Hueinall Oclolirr, A.I Cooke, ARt-nt.
bsh FuAsciseo, Am. bklne F.t RRK.A 1 er
Hue July 5'in. Haikfcld k Co., Agent.
.S. I'RANelsco, Am. lillne J. II. raeCk'KI s.... Fries
(For Kahulul), due June ao-as
hAN Fs.vNCIseo, Am bjrne W G. tswis ...-turner
Hue July 3-ro. W. ti. Irwin A. Co. Acents.
Ssn t RANclseo, Am bL 11. C Mukkav Ilerry
Due July s-ro. Hackfrlt c Co. Asenrs.
Sss tUANCisco, Am S. h. MAutrosv (;njuit
Hue July 8. Irwin k Co. Agents
lluNUKONI., All. Stllp ChVIJ3S ..-..
Hue August i, C lirewer .V Co., Aeenis.
From San Frauci-.co, per V. II. Llunond, June 31
Henry Neller, Wni. lfr;.ihard. James Urown, Andrew
From San Franeisco. per Aluncda, June at .Mrs.
K. t'.rieve and daughter, I?r W. It .McAllister and
wife, NS Sachs, F Cnuncr. J ash Wialn, Col W K
Dean. .Mrs I S Webb. M S Griiihaum. .Xladam eilsla
and dauchler, .Miss Anita Baldwin, L 11 Ilrown, Lhin
5uiE,'l. terkeUen. AFCustck, August Dreier, wife
and three children, Rev Kt'i lieekwilh, .Mrs A J Mc-
unn),e Keesier, w t- roues, jo.epri iracev, I u
llllden, nt'ebler, lh.is Foley, lleainaii Roll., WC
Keeil, Henry I'ino, II I! Heart, II K Lnelisb, W I.
Halbe. James Honey, A F. at .Miller, J K i'orrer, and
VoililrHHrit ,Yer-ji nf ttr HWA.
Saturday, Jimt jj, Concert given by
Mr. Henry' lleyman, the violinist, at the
Music Hall: a large and fashionable nu.licnce
atlcnded. Lawyer Thompson emphasised his
objection lo having an execution levied on cer
tain chattels claimed by him, by placing an
exclamation mark over Officer Fhclbei's ear
with a heavy cane, Thompson held to an
swer for assaulting an officer, llascball gamn
between the Manicil Men and the llonolulus
won by the l.ttlcr. Pleasant party given by
Captain II. W. Mist and wife to the midship
men of the Swiftshrc. loseph Willacott, aged
2S years, who fell from his hammock on Ixiard
the Sw insure, died at the Queen's Hospital of
Stiml.ty, flint jxt. Pastor Cruian preached
at Fort-St. Church in the cveninc on the sub-
jectof I).ick-lM)ne. Admiral Lyons withade
tachment of marines and sailors from the .Mitt
tine listened to an interesting sermon lay lU-v,
Mr. .Macintosh, at St. Andrews. Cathedral.
Kev, Mr. Logan preached at the lle-thel.
AhildayJuntJjtni, 'The Alameda ainved
at a: 30 A.M., bunging news to the loth.
The pugilists anil sx.rting men expected from
the coast failed lo araive ; the majority of our
citizens hone they wilt continue this tMod
failing. llilllard match played at the Hotel be
Iwceua native named Kaliai and an "unknown '
gentleman from San rranciscu. Il was a
lni.1.1 IV.iis liill it 11111 is,l urn (seictlsi uon 1st
stilus-, (xasn iinn hiiiv. nn "in sst-iaj n vu iaj
ihe "unknown." Score 600 to 374. Hie 1A
King visited the Swedish man-of-war VauadU, ,, ,,..,, , ,
arrnmiianlnl lis- Col. C. II. Indd. The roval ... '')'0''" of Antonio J. Ui, the i,wrlSaiee named
1 ', - . - , -. , ------ ... a certain indenture 01 ntotigage eutett tne
Stlty c,v tcset.e.. 1.1111 t.ic ..a..a. -.wiuic, -
i.yriit: inr .t rrn. imx rm:
vrni.it' .t t oixrM' mkimii.ims
in particular, lo lltelr larje snj
tarie.1 senrlmnl of
juM rweifxHl. IhwM (kVhoIx-J4i1
lo t Ihe fine taunts In the
wwtl. All ff one iHAtity.
ami (ritcts lo
find ihe ttel ami moxi complete Mock of
e.rrVrpt in tins K int... urn.
lurgr imolre of
n'jsntcn MKinrKttn4.sK.tS' xrosa:,
direct from Kur!, free from
uml or tltrt Agent for ,
PARKU DAVIS A GO'S
J. C AYER A GO'S
Horeford' Acid Phosphatri,
Green's August Flower Be German Syrup,
Allcock Porous Plaster Co.,
Murray & Lantnan's Florida Water,
Ilavejutt letettrd an t
Involc of Nw and Dstlrfttbl CU4i
Sotted to ihe warm of thU matkti,
ind a (iwixt tine of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEftf tMTt
We wmthl cull the etla1 attention
of Planters in tnie
I'rttettt hntthlr Mfittltt Jnrtrif 'ttrf
hkh ha lren prtwumnced the het et
thektml ee fined In thltOuntt).
We have 1n rerttteil a
new lot oTthe
DILLINGHAM HRRAKING PLOWSt
in. it, 14 In , whih atr siring pet feci
; w .1 . 1 s r it k .4 t s o.
Ihe ernlle ttuiely f ood which
e are now conctautr) tt
ceilng are now being
OPKNI.I) IOK INM'rCilON ANTMAKk
r nif lowmr pk.cf
DllliHKkAM A C.
CBANIC STBAMSIIIP COMPANY,
Vcrua Uuena Hitters.
0LL1STER & CO.,
I he Mac.i.ifcent, Sew, anil t.lejrant SleaniKi
MAN IPOS A mni AI.AMKOA
Will leate Honolulu and "an rrarcttCd
I at ud l&tk of Eaek. Mom Ik.
Paengtr hy tlm line are Itervhv notifiej ilat iNty
uill I allowed 950 . of Utegae free b ht Oier
land Railway, when travelling Last,
ril'NltiM TJCKRTS POK ttUNIi 1tf, t
good to return t any of th Company't Steanura uiih
tn ninety dayi,
Patngfrs ina luue (heir tuinrn tooleil in adtanre
by apptting at the office of the aentm
aIerclinndle intended for ihtpment b) tin line, will
I wehed free of ttorage En th cuniaiiv, nw we
Soe, ami receipts Uvued for same. Iimirancc on
merrliandie, whiUt in llie warehoue( wilt be at nwnera'
WM.I.IAM (.. IRWIN A Co.,
Atent, O.S.S L
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY!
LINK OK SrKAMKRS
Will run regularly Tor KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.i
CaOi itoiuiion ,
let cream ......
Foil line tilling .
1 wenty fiv cent table.
Auction of remnant.
f REAT AUCTION SALE.
t.lre Sturkm, ll tiff urn, ltuivt etc.,
Al K1LAUKA, KAUAI.
1 be under.ued haa nceicd ifisituciion
from the Kilauc. Suar t.'n, to
M:irb) public auLlton on
Wednesday July Oth, 1884,
ST to A. hi..
100 head Working1 Cattle, w ell broken and
in gbud condition ;
15 Native Mults, -hardy, oung and btltli) ;
15 half bred Native Horiea and Marts,
lrulxtn to saddle;
10 Unknown Colts, bred at Kllauea
3 large Bullock Plows,
3 Gang Plows, 2 quite new;
3 Subsoil Plows,
a Shovel Plows, t
1 Four-horse Wagons,
a Buggies and 1 Brake.
All the above ate strungly built attd in good order.
I he live Mock and iilowi arc offered for sale In cle
uen.e of Steam Tackle having sui?r seeded plowing b
jHiirn.il jwtwer on the Kilauea PUntalkn.
TliU is anopjairt unity rarely met with. ltuer from
the south Mile of Katui and from Honolulu, or the
other idandhcan avail iheuueKcs of Mr. Rice' Stage
which leave NawiliwiU on the arrival of the IwaUrt!
and will reach Mtauea in good lime fur the fate
W K. II nnVKKH.L, Auctioneer.
ORTGAGEE'S NO I ICE OP SALE,
During the disecuiwion of the appropriation
bill )cstfruiy, it wa mocd by Mr. Katulnu
that the tatary of Mr. Aholo, a& jMjlice justice
of Wailulu, lie talsed from $,400 to $3,600,
for the bi enitUl period, Mr Aholo was not
ashamed cither to vole or talk in fat of (he
raite. Ui-on Mr. Gihsonfavoiini; the inert-a-?,
I fai.il sf IssVliXXl '. iljse arxfifssii !
he wis mnimlcl llut no IncrcAse liail ln l),,),'. for SS7. so, mul a ikiiiv to C
oskrtl for in the ariprupriatiun liill, anil that l.ine fur $55. -A lictse Iwlonginclo llie liliter
(Itaml concert civen in Ijnnm S'liiare hy llie
coiuhineil Swiftsurc anel Uii)l Hawaiian
liamls.' The hanrls plajcil alternately, and
Mien together with S pieces. Alxnil Soo
l.i a It) MO ll atra ltaa.aanl . 1ltlliir W'l slulltlllllUia
I'VUMlXs. lis.! 1-IVJV.ill - .(III1.V .ISrus.slllIHlv
t;'avea ilinricr to llie Duke of Onihl.inil ami
Commander if the Svveilisli ina.fif.ar V.nu.
ill's. AnioiiL! lh.ie- iirescnl were Atlinlral
I.vons iif-lhe Mutine, ami the llntish vice-
consul ami wife. The mass incline
the .)Ce-tini was brytrly atltmlnl. Mr. J, 0.
Carler rcvtewnl the situation. Kcsoltitlnnx
wcre'a.lopteil ttliiliinln Ills .Majesty tn ask
the present cahine-t oHicers to tcsiejii. City
ofl'aiis detained hy teleuram from I.onilon
fir Alameda until lurthri orders arrirc on
'J'miitjy, luiit jillf The follow my hurst
were xohl at auction liy Messrs. .an &.
lvey; 1-ad) Hooker, a chestnut iilly, 10
Samuel I'arkcr $JJo; Kva, lay Iilly to II. J.
Ajnew for $.(751 juir oflay horse to Capt
ain Lluney lor $530! s.inel tilly lo lames
Iherrfore ll was Inconsistent for the ministers
to vole otherwise. Mr. (ailison In defense of
ihe ministry, said, thai the cabinet had nothing
In do with estimates made hy the judiciary,
were ihtiefore free to vole a they pleased.
Here he was stopped with llie question from
Mr. W. 0. Saitti, as to whether the judges of
the supreme court had Inserted in the appro
priation hill the item of increased salary for
the (Milicr maistiate nf Honolulu ? Mr. I. ili
um after the usual preface of clearing his throat
and luhtii'i; his lun.U, admitted that there
wigkl k itmt tuctfthHt, Upon the ipesllon
(if Increase, the ayes and noes we'ie taken, and
the item iasscd as raised, hy a vote of J I 10
14, the pijnittry voting solidly with llie major
ity. Only two of the nolle were present, or
the result illicit hare liecu ililTcinit.
I here will lie a lour oared race on reuirtli n
July. Duties may l left at J. M. Oat Jr. &
Co. I he entire pnyraninie of the day has not I
jet Wcu ma Ic out an.1 cannot U.'i;ivei. Inc I
O00.I TfinpUi's picnic Is printed In this issue.
prise Mill ran away with a lumber wagon on
Queen street and demolished Ihe wagon and
harness. -The llrltisli men-of-war, hwlftsiite
and Mutine sailed for, Ksiuimali. The Hono
lulu K I lies held their usual weekly drill with
a ceod turn out. His Majesty uavea din.
. . ..-..-!- .
ner party to tne uukeot iiotniami. , large
nuinlier were present, including the hnuie
and foreign ministers. The Koyal Hawaiian
Hand wax in aucn.lanre.--Mr. j, 1, Hon
sell, jr, and hilde arrived hy Ihe S. S. I'lanler,
It tJiKiJjy, Jmu jjH 1 A reception was
given l.jr II. V. hehnildl, the hweilhh t'nn
sul, al his lenience on ileictania slrcsl, to
the Duke of Gothland. The house was han.l
siniel) dccoiatcd and the veranda inclosed
with canvass for dancing. The Uoynl Ha
uailan liand lurnlslictl the music. The
Swedish astronomers, pitched their tent near
Oahu 1'iison preparatory to tiniuckini; their
instruments, Another match iuie of illiaids
at the lintel Uclwucn the "Unknown" and
Kaliai for a stake (! $arn. Unknown's score-
1 jlh .fay of Augutt, iSSj,
made bs John K. Silva anj NaktU.i l.ts wire, Kul.1.4
Mlva, JultanlHinralves and .xrimc (ionulyes his wife,
10 sj.l AiuonU . Iaiik. and for a Ueasl. oflllv can.
uitiunsof said rttorlsACe, I am d.rectedlu sell at pullic
TUESDA JUL YSth, &$ at uoon
At my alrooiu in Honolulu ilte f.itlonij pieces or
parcel of land -
That certain piece or parcel oflarkl ituate at Wal
lele, Manoa, Iklaml of Oalm, lxin the same tlewrrlWil
In Koyal 1'ateitt No UW Kuleana Hetu 1744, con
taing an area of 73100 or an acre.
'I hat certain i"ec efUnJ ltuatc at Manoa afore
wtd, Uin Alwna 1 of Koyal I'atcnt No 1)97, Kult
ana Ilelu it3 containmj an area of i, 70-iou acres.
Ihat tertain piece ol UnJ tituatc at Manoa pfort
saLl, being the uiiikt ileviiUU t Kp)al Patent .NV
4S46aixi conialninc an area of to io-ioaacrea.
Jliat lertahi piece of land .11 WailcU, Mtu.ua afort
taitl. heini th tauie xxvam trli(.uUilv dsssfib In
Koal I'atcnt No. nl, containing an area of (6 4) ion
Hat tcrtaui piece of UikJ tatuaie at Manoa afore
muiI, l-cinjc the iitiw inorff ivirttcularl) decril!! in
Koal Patent n titf fiMitaintnic art area of 54 cre.
'Put ctrtain piece of laud situate al Martua htm.
fcayl, 11114 the uni more panlctiUily described in
Koal Patent No. aSo Kuban Hrlu 6jti, couali.ing
an area of 1 30-100 ten.
lhure certain pixKe of Uiid filiate ai Kaliappa,
1 Waianaa. lilandofOahu. afswevdlstl. teiiiir ihe umc
motf psiticuUrl.' df xriU-d In Uo)aI Pteni No. aiji.
Kuleana Htlu 184, cotulnim an area of a sure, j
I tat cciUin piece of land situate at Karaoiiuli. Wat
VtM, Oahu. af)reaid, vontaining an area of 3 and
Alkali their riifM, liiU it 1 interni in th Ilu
Alna o KaiultluAlnu al Manoa afurebaUl; also too
head of tattle more or Icm, Uamlnl p,C, and ruunlng
at Manou afurerald. I pair wnrkinj oseu, head o?
rattle mvre or leu, branded Kl tunning at said Manga,
yj Ituntck, mares aud 0Jts( Uauded P4I t 'J 3 I,
branded Ct, at aid MafAa; ala j bullick cans. I
tic and 1 ihaifH.' and alU a cnriain leav luade L.
ln.Mi Kaal, ruiorr Li fad of Kuth Keelilvolanl. to
are axo Proprietors and Manufjc
-facturers of the celebrated
Uheiiiiialis. 1 imment
AKents for Win. S KimWll .t Co's
t'rttffinnl 9'unttft i'filr,
'lithftren unit Cltnifttt-M
hich hive no ri.al. The
largest aortinnt nf
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OVA GXCXK AZE & SODAWATEK
ha altva)s leen recosnired a the
11 in the market.
OUR 'htXC.Ax ,.; RXTKACT
beinu inanulfCtured from our own
pri4ie formula tn
Ar.KATKD WATKRS in Patent or tori
Stoppered bottle a desired.
VHOIXS!.K& RlJlAlt, 9 NUUANU ST.
' Pues. fa
ReturninR-, Touching at Maalr
'1 uctday ,
Cameron, enrnruander, leaves Jlonolulu every 'lues-
3 ). iwr issw.t.wiii, fioioa, i.ieeie, an.i vvul
Kauai t Kcllimini; leaves Nawiltftllt evar.
Thr .htiurx Maker,
treemaiilcoininanlerJ leaves I lonululu every 'llilirs'
day, al j ixm. for Kaua anil Kilaura. Keluru
ing leaves Kauai every Tuesday at s p.in., and touch
line at Wamnae Imtli wavs.
Thr C. It. UIhIio)),
Davis, comniatidcr, leaves Honolulu every Pue-lar
alsr.ar. f Kukudtale, llonol.fen,and raatiluu. He
turning arrives al Honolulu ever) hunday niorninf.
aWOTKICK of llie Company, fool of Kilaues
Sireel, iwar llie V XI, S. S. Wnaif l;i-
TJACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
IOK SAN FKANCIM'O. -
llie Slcn.lid Sleani.H.
VITY OP SYIIXEV
will leave Honolulu for San trai.ciuv
Oa or stsxaut. ... . .July Stk
COR SYDNEY Via AUCKLANB.
Tl.r Spleiulld Sleaiiisliip
Om or ahoat-.-i---
'1 11.1 1 1 1 u.i. 1 1 in 1
' . Ccinmaodtr
The agents here are no prejiated to imh t).V.cts t
San KraociHTU and return for $145, the round trip.
Good for fthiprueM t steamer can now be Uored,
free of charge, In the fire proof warelmu near the
For freight or juv-age, apply to
IT) II. IIACKFKU) & Co., Axfnts.
r, IIHKttKU X (rJVfM.Vr, 4gHJ:
Merchandise received Storage Kree, and liberl a
advance made on hipmenU bv iM hue,
pgo; average l(. Kahal'i scoieai? t averaef , Jvi'n " Sl'4- " -I?1' !' jv-, d reted.j in
.,. ' w ' UUrei os. pagvs- aoS,nJ k lor further ismicubrs
! ; .ujt id t:, r, aii.vv, AiKsiuwtr.
lTtitri.fol.jHii' J6 Hun, S. II. Dole in 1 Or 10 tuit H., ationy foe !;..
reduced rrsvolution in the house espressins;! '"
uant ul ciiiifalsiiee III llie luociil inii.Utn, ; "1..1. I
The.lUnk Clva.ler I5III ichevl il. xeomd IUIiuAMBis0 iiu..u,"k salc
KX H.lltK " HI'ICI,1
500 LUs White llrus, Cerneat,
)no hsle. Wrapping Paper,
yjo boxes Jllut Mullted Smu,
loo Loses banlinc.,
sou Kmpt) Dcmljofuis v I ksllon,
so tonv I ence Wire, 4, , 6,
10 cases Plain (lalvanljed Iron,
10 cases Miecl Inc,
a cases C (' Irons,
i Cam, I in Plat's,
. c.se. Saddles, etc. clC, eir,
K)K MLK l"V
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Vunmltnu utt.1 t'iHiHl.mloH .ig.Hta,
C.rntr ifOKKX A- Xt'UAXU Slittli, I),k.UU
keguUr vessels f.ir lit. porlsnf
Mal.Lo arul Haisa on Maul,
Lauisvltocnos-, lloBoaiu, I'aulraa arul lid. ,
Kotoa, llarupepe and Vs'alniesl oil Kauai, arid
Walalua Mi Oahu,
Aim! an)' calicr porta svhei, iiaiur. menii oll.r.
Persons haln (rtljlj, lor uny part of lh. id.nd.
Is. forwarded from Sun Frxwisco by way nt Honolulu
or dirKl shlrunenla from Huiolulu will sto wsll
enquire firrt of lit. J-wlfsc Navigation C. Ufwe
rnaairij; urui arrangenKriis.
(knals InteuuVd for shlprnr.l liy mi) of our vcieU
reeeived andfuoied free 4 lliarfe luoser Ar.-swa.r
building al any lime, Apply 10 lh. captains 011 tfcu),
I" A. r. cooki:,
191-i'U Maiuner Pacific N.vmjmIihi Co.
.. -hi . 1 .e . 1. t 1. ir I icailini; and was jiulehnilel) oiiril by a,
It will lwregreile.1 that Hev. 1.11. Ilascall'' , v ... ' s,,.' .JV. v ' , i
L. .t ...I ... ..,. -... - ., 1.7 ' ii. '.. . . .' . ' . 'I
lias resiauni 111s xmii.iu as asaiitani niiuiai 1 Knit's 01 1'vtnlas, lief 1 a meeting anil nrcail'
of I-aluinaluna Seminary, litis I. one result J Uetl a ilivl.ion of Uniform Kank K. nf P.
of fav01itisi.11. The country ran ill allor.l I The . nevy lejet.hoi.e co..,ssiiy coiiin.enfed
. aM.., il... .- tj 1111 I liij.n hl.asjal
.-. s .1 l.l . . k.. ..... is-isshiik iiish I-", -i v ..-
iu ausx iijxz iiiiiuciiLC iiraki-iitzi mM i-uiiiirirLsziii . . ... .. ....
It would take a sen loni! letter lo tell all) , .f, ... i..:,.,i.. i.r. .';,. A tpJ.xy. 7uf jjlt-KittM Ui 1 at the II
. 1 -, .-. , s. -r - r-i -
auout every lllllllt wc saw iu say iiwn ',cll7
the rtnwer gliU were, and ho much freshet
han ihe Itowcrs ihey sold I ttf wy how stir
ringly the xoi lunch went, and how stood
lorih. four lirawny sciutort to da lusty battle
svailan fl.rfrl fur the lrencfil of the trrurr fund.
sterling character, the grandest achievement at t ..Minister (Julick rvad a loolutirm in Ihe
("hil.lijn education 'house relating to the iajnient U $2,500 tolhe
The Kev. Ik. V.. G. ileckwiih of the Third
Corgregatloiul Church, Kan Francisco, and
with tvg and put and fish and fowl and Iruit '. foimctly of this city, will pi each .1 the Urthel
M1 what not ) to note buw the Lsnth like iu-' tu-woirow mcxuhij.
isstniastcr geneial lor settlement of difference
In posial accounts with the United States.
,moiig nthei Incieases the house uivM ihe
salary i4T lulice justice Aholo of Wailuku,
frossv $3.400 10 $$., ihe hnoorable gentle
Ban YotlllsJ f'af hitutl( (
It)' dllKllou of Mr, A I Cartsrijlil, .llueitev bi
fact for Marv I l:.on. the au.iut. ils.d..1 ,.. m
eerulu ikluliuiif Mon:a died June 1SO1, 1II1,,
ajwl 41m. 111 II.. iMslitkorwl clurgu llurrrlev Uwele p) i
JtkATV II. Mclleau. aiut tolin Slek'ejtu. hr. Lu. '
U.I.J, 10 Ml Mso j IWowu. I aw iMrrstv directed to
ellal PuUk: Akiuw w SAHIKII.W.Jta.V Willi,
at i.ro.,,ai Mk-MUAroo. In llj.i.Jutu, AN'll All
IIUrt-t.KI.MN PIKC'r.OH l'AKCLI.OriMI
situate at lh cornef of lluelaiul rtkhardHrecis Ulrsi
lh. Mm pra.iv. loo,. LMrlu;uLily dessnUed in Ko)fcl
Pe4 No. loai. and ronuU.i.Ss .uarea of 6-e, of
AUxOall 1U1 (.KKIAIN I'IK'i: OK I'AKLU.
OK MMIsItsuttbti lloiel rcet .rorasd adj-slul...
IU. presaUs. aljuse dantssJ, and luurt tw-u:ularl)
UxwiiWd iu Ko)al Peel No. i;. Y.m ttui tktoTio.,
Ui..pl) 10 r.P.AI'xM, xu.alMserr.
Of lolVxl Browii, Allorn.) fur Morlttc,
'Ihe favrii. American llatk
ll . HIMOSO,
Quick DUpattok for 4k Akova Port
r f fre'uU or iaase, apply la
n iMOsk, aiul 014 it. way, a full 4ii.i of sl'.s
aul ddlc feui qualUv uf
I.NVI.in'rJ)t r'.NVPUlPl.S. I.NMaOI'KS.
via. Nu, ), X ami XX nl htle, au.ber Xiodcoary,
Si j. iuI XX wl.Me X11. J'4. s 10. 11, la ind
lX,td XXX while. NX.s Daronul whii. and
Ci.Ui.et, Mourul.ia Kurrluf.rM, Ckahliowt Kn-sesvpss-klule,
fr.an Nu,Ilci 11, all In ihe- leiiukvi
IS.sen,.u.Ml sues ..1 .hsssrs, or spekd s,e. usadv tip
19 older, at risr
rmuH. u. thucm'm
MatCHaair SiaxT ivu roar aimur hiuau.
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
OK SI. I'l ISC, IN HKICK.
No. Nvvaac Sitiat Ilnsiii
S.,1. agents fur he idlMla. 'Ike Lett Cook)... ..
ur.lufor K Pla.uarlo.1, Heaeloe rudv
KNT,t. UXIUUK. syrk a.
Mo Halrr M.ll.r;
.U.bs iss slock
Ha)4sii Uuasliou. for setiiuaj .u ucMfsssabw tvat.
Cirtulr aW frm om mJtiutlu. aV'v
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