Newspaper Page Text
Publication office- Is at at Merchant itiw i F.J.
torlal rooms l tut Port treet.
Subscribers and Advertisers will il address, I
TIIOS. G. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
All matter for the Sttardsy Press should be '
addressed loth 'SATURDAY PRP.SS
Notice of any eventi of Interest transpiring on
Hit other Islands tvlU al-vat-a b thankfully received
for publication. Corresponleatt ate letuatted to
append their true ittmM to all communications,
not foe publication neretiartly, but m i rcttarantee
thai the writer It acting In rood faith
JULY j. ii
r'oH.li-ll.e.f .Wire of the Merit,
batitnl.tjr, Junt jS A pctititxi, signc-d ly
via 1,500 rxrannt in I lie tlonolntn district,
u prexnlesl to lilt ntajsnts ir twin, liy a
iiiniinlllro of cltlen I Ik trim; " will it-ply in
a few slap." -The resolution rsireeiis; tsant
if vxmrVtcncr In the ministry was defeaieil In
the house y a rule of 15 to it 1 lie liomir
able niinistiy sotrd for'lhmseIve and llicteby
avoided a lie, which strrMRl hse trl,en ill
uccldinc stile In tire riiitiflslllon An alletcu
lion ensued, nflir trie adjournment nf ttte
house-, txtweru the iitiniilii nlf ami the
venerable slitt.lieid ti Ijnil, to the coiiMcrnt
lion b the cabinet laintu linncstr, millicr
harm wai ilmie nur kkI accomplished. A
Jiiipet lemprrance meeting stat held at the
Bethel A concert Riten at Kassataliari
Church tijr the Malihitii Glee Club 1 the pro
gramme wat a ijikmi one ami the alti-ntlanre
lane. The um rcalitcd wat $joo. The king
and queen attended the concert and dramatic
crjlcttalnment at Muilc Hall, for llie the benefit
uf the leper fund ; proceed nrtleil nenrl)
$400. Captain Thomas .Spencer, ho time
here about 1849, died this nioininu at 10
o'clock, at the age of J2 years.- In the game
uf bale lull this afternoon between the Hono
lulu and the Oceanic) llie score stood 11 10
5 In Javor of the Utlcr.
Sun J j), June K) Iter.K, 0. Ileckwlth
preached at the llethel In the ntoiulng on The
Mora Koice of Cliriitunily In the World;
Paitor Cruran preached at Fort .Street Chinch
in the morning on the theme The Hidden
ilauna j In the evening Her. V. (. Herewith
preached 10 a union congregttion. -The
funeral of the late Thomas Siencer look place
In the afternoon from the Hawaiian Hotel,
The King and Queen, I' h. .Minister Daggelt
and many prominent citirens were present
Ker. J. A. Cruran officiated The flag
throughout the town and in the hailior were
at half mail.- The" Italiin corvette Vettor
Fisani arrived in port 4ldayifrom Callao s
the it a wooden ship of lioo tens, and carries
348 men and 14 gum. She will remain here
about a toitnlght and will then sail for Man
illa. AAtitJjjr, Jam jolh The Amy Turner
aalled for Hongkong with a cargo of Werotine
idl, cud, and rice; the took y Chinese pas
(eogers, who went to escape paying tales. -Mr.
Robert More lost half an Inch of the
first finger uf Ins right hand while adjusting a
lathe belt. Harmony Lodge No. J. I O. O.
F., elected the following officers : G. M.
Hrosvn, N. G. ; M. Canavan, V. G. ; M. D.
Monsarrat, treasurer and J, E. Wiseman sec
retary. A native bo) fell from a ttee, in the
mounds adjoining the whirligig, and was
carried home to rccoscr from his insensible
condition. Another boy fell from a mango
tree in the government grounds; he was stun
ned but was soon able to walk home. The
mango seems to rival the festive banstia skin.
Mr. James Campbell gave a farewell part)
to his fliends, at his residence on Emma street,
before his departure for a tour around the
world. Among the guests present were the
king and queen, and Colonel Judd. A sup
per in the native s.jle wat spread. The "un
known" (Itowcn) was beaten in a match game
of billiards at the Hanaiian Hotel by Mr. A,
G Ellis of this place.
TuaJjjr, July ill The Alameda sailed
at noon. The Honolulu Rifles held their
usual drill at the armor). The Mouse failed
Id tit this morning, there being less than a
quorum present. Consul 14. Irwin left
on the Alsmcda, on his way to Tokio, Japan.
A team belonging to the American F.x
press Comiany ran away on Voting street and
turned into King ttreci; tliey were -.topped
near Mr. llishop't residence before any dam
age was done. 6151 letters were sent from
thi Honolulu Post-office per the Alauicda. -
A horse ran away with a brake near Walkiki,
coming Into collision with K. II. Macfarlane's
horse and buggy demolishing the latter and
Injuiing the horse. S.J. Levey's horse ran
away on Fori street and demolished a light
buggy and set of harness. A detachment of
Swedish sailors from the Vanadis held bat
talion drill at the Malik 1 reservation; they
Hutched svith the ship's band and took four
field pieces with them.
ll'atunJjjr, July 3 . Three natlse women
were examined at the leper station and were
given two months release. At the meeting ot
Hawaiian Lodge No. 31, F. a ad A. M the
third degree was conferred. Visiting brethren
TAuriJj, Jul j The king received the
officers and captain of the Italian man-of-war
Vctlor Pisanl. The Duke of Gothland and
twtty returned from the volcano to-day. A
desperate fight occurred at Dodd's stable
between a white man and a negro named Jin
Burns white nun to blame.
ri.ij July 4 The glorious Fourth The
Republic still lives.
The Clan Grant hat docked at Brewer's
what f to discharge her cargo of English staple
goods which the it turning out in good order.
The Queen It discharging her load of coast
produce, nicuhaadlsc and lumber, opposite
Ibt custom house.
The Miry Dodge beithcd at the esplanade
immediate!) on htr arrival, Thursday, to dis
charge her cargo of icdwood lumber.
The German haik Apollo, fiom Newcastle,
fc hauled alongside the steamship City of
JParis to deliver her cargo of coal.
The Jennie Walker, under clutter to the
Hawaiian Board b refitting for a so) age to
Kusatc, Pooape and Ruk, with missionaries
Md supplies, to tail In about ten dass.
The City ol S)dney will be due to-morrow
from the Colonics en route for San Francisco,
It Mariposa will be due on Tuesday, from
Sn Francisco, with dates to the 1st instant.
The Wiltiaid Mudget hat about completed
(Mttoadiag her cargo of coal near the Pacific
Mail dock, and it taking in ballast fur the
Sosunl, to ui the latter pail of nest week
The Schoolt for Chinese bo)t under Mus
Pa) sen, and for Chinese guts under Miss
1'icicc, had their aunuat picnic, Thursda)
aften.0011, at Kipiolinl I'ark. F.letcu little
gills, all but t0 the iMldicnof Hawaiian
ux.keis, sang vei) tweelly; while some of
she boys levitcd pclry aul dialogues, lal
Hai, wlws mother is an Hawaiian wo-inuu,
teemed to luse the best omumaml of (he
English tongue; though Ah Chung's iccitatioo
at Paul Ucvcre tide was very credible. The
chiUieii enjoyed the freedom of their out-door
cacicuo, ami especially the gastronomic -mIk
wain water cakes, sandwiches and
eloot while the parents an I friends teemed
to fitvi ibe annJvetsaty exerdset faUcfdtbgli
ad gttvUtiion, '
Oni of my 1 hums and I let us call him
Alexis differ in reKiud to the rup-cuve
merits nf the two Ikir lull clubs, the Hnno
Inlas ami Ofetnln, Aleai tni always stood
grounded in the belief tint the llonolului
were invincible, while! luuealwatt warned
him tlwl "pride goelh before fall"; but it
was of no tise, he would invariablj bring up
their past record as an unanswerable argument
of iiiobubllllles. Howeser, last Saturday
mornirrt;. when I met Mm at breakfast, I was
..!. a.mA.1.., In lliu lir. r.f .nv iimtitt
j UI,C T,,lfIKll. "IV r-,HP'll Wl .IJ WV.IV.
l,n, the Oceanic would scoop hit favotite
) nine, and wat wmewhit surprled to find him
I quite trttrenl on the subject nf base lull. I
tried trt warm him up b) quoting his own
familiar expressions of praise for the prowess
of trie? trig II. boys, but lie merely shook hit
head, rind it last remarked that he had had a
j presentiment the night before that made him
im!i" nncmi. "Ami what wat thitr cried
t, "tell me all aNnit it nt once, mt- "
" I dreamed lat night,' quoth Alexis, " that
the Hoiiolulut wereWaten by the Oceanics;
and I can accntirit fflr il in no other .i) than
by thinking I mutt he got thnse married
fcllnwi ami the Oeeanlcs mixed up in tny
dreuiii with the ginie at it will be plajed
In-day, when, nf cniuse, the llonoltdus will
lake the Isikci)- uu know we al.i)s reverse
ilreams. It his this nay : 1 had lx.-en talking
to several nf the lioys about the chances of the
Ocesnlcs making an interesilng gime, which
we all hoped they would, and had sdticd
some of them not to bet two to one, as the
last game had shown il In be unsafe s after
that 1 dropped into the Heater and hid some
cold tongue and cofTee and then went to lied.
I had not been asleep long, at least, It seemed
so, before t found myself nn the ditmond field
looking around for )ou. I though! it was
broad daylight, and that the new pasilion was
well filled with nn enthusiastic ctnd, who
weie waiting for the game to commence. I
felt quite chagrined to find that the sympathies
of every liody seemed lo be with the Oceanies,
hut I was nt once comforted as inlr boys
Alexis calls the llonolului "our bo)t") came
out looking confident In spite of the many un
favorable remarks about the chances of their
keeping the championship. It was a most
annoying 'dlc'tm, and I thought they had
choen an awful little fellow to umpire such a
big gxme. I asked somebody what was his
name, and was told it was K. F. Bishop.
Then it seemed as if all the players moved in
a sort of weird light that pervaded the atmo
sphere, and at times gave them grotesque
forms that reminded one of some fairy tale.
Gartenberg, of the Oceanies, would now
assume the pioportions of a veritable Humpty
Dunipty, and then ditpla) the dangling agility
of a jumping jick at he bounced into the air
after stray bslls. At times the strong batters
of our nine, such as Sharrett, Oat and Whit
ney, seemed to grow In size until their bats
looked like ship's spars as they faced Wall's
pitching, but alas 1 methought the) only struck
at empty air. Well, at last I thought the
nines tossed a hapalua for the choice of bat,
and that nur boys, with their usual good hick,
took the field. This seemed all right, and to
I hunted up a seat and determined to enjoy
the game, wondering at the same time how
many runs our boys would make the first time
they went to bat. I did not, however, like
Wall's movement and accuracy, and thought
the look of Scott's eye boded indifferently the
success'of our base runners. The first inning
was non called, and Scott, of the Oceanies,
swunc the willow you know Scolty has a
very confident wa) of playing that is quite
provoking, and I almost laughed when he had
lo take first base on called lull,. Somehow
or other both Scott and Baldwin made a tally
each betore our boys got wanned up, and sent
the next three men out. But it was just here
that my distppointment seemed to commence,
for Swxn, who is one of our best batters,
struck out and only made his first on a passed
ball ; Sharrett, however, made his usual safe
hit, and lids seemed to put all to lights until
Swan went out on home base, and was fol
lowed by Whitney on 2nd base ; but the
climax was reached by Oat being put out on
1st base whiletr side ent to field without a
run. Then inelhought the pavilion rung with
shouts and meiry jests, and I was almost
angry, when somcljody said, Put that in
your pie and oinoke it 1' and Jack Lucas
shouted to Guy Wodchouse, ' I say, where'a
that eleven runs, Guy?' An)how I was
pleased to see Guy make Lucas back his
opinion, even if Gil) did seem to lose in mv
"The second inning was pri-ciselv like the
first, only that the scorer seemed to make a
mistake and sent Wodehouse to bat for our
nine instead of Whitney, Oat being the third
out. If the Oceanic should happen to win
this afternoon I shall certainly buy myself a
dream-book and turn tccr. The third iu
ningt was called and I watched the bo)x with
an abiding hqw: that the Oceanies would
show a weak Ixine, or that Maikhaiu would
curse them out in his ancient sylet but alas
at the close of the inning I found my hope
had gone before, for the Oceanies made
another run white our bo)s went out on two
flys ami a base in a niurmcr quite inexpli
cable to me. But what seemed to annoy me
most was the manner and tone of several nf
the Ilem-sllcis, who sat near me; they seemed
so rev engeful and confident. Napoleon Sjitncer
teemed to laugh until hr shook the pavillion,
and Biucc Cartwrighl fairly ordered up Ice
cream for Ihe crowd of them between innings.
Well, thought I, things must change this
inning; I am afraid our boys are playing too
long with the Oceanies. So I called Dick
Sharrct over and asked him If it nasal! right.
He answered ine thai it was ; that they did
uot want 10 run eleven tallies, as In the latl
game, before the seventh inning, as it would
tend to ditcourafc the Oceanies and make
the game uninteresting, I felt quite sure
Dick was telling the tiuth of the matter for
during the neat tlitee innings our boys white
washed the Oceauics in the fouith, and made
two runt themselves; in the fifth, we made
one tun and the Oceanies two; In the sixth,
we made two and Ihe Oceanies only one ,
Now, said to myself, uur buys aic ready;
they didn't want lo sit down oa the striplings
all at once, and 1 mined and smiled In a
benign manner upon the Benedicts, and
the l'icis reporter who was writing with
both hands and talking at the tame
time to Don Antonio Rosa, who had one eye
shut over a' Manila cigar. The only thing that
now dittuibcd my dicain wat the fielding of the
Oceauics, w ho had been out-handling the globe
with our boys and had given in etidence twu
splendid pu) t fiom light field to first lute which
teemed to make our heavy batten tired
thought I pattly wakened up here and turned
oser in lied, but watalci.i agxin Wore Bishop
called (he seventh inning. Well, we white
washed the (Ktanicv ll.it inning hut Womehow
tJlhcr oui lMi)i seemed reluctant to leave
home lax, and oui three tliong men Nturictl,
Oat and Whitnc) went out in tucci-ulou.
SojJ.1 teemed lo be pottced and caught
Whitney out on a foul that no une man could
have icaihcd, and then gas e an Indian yell that
J almost waked me up again, 1 with it had--
confound that late lunch anyhow.
"U'cjl, (ho lU-nclicls were kiuiling all oser
and fit-,ucntly coiigiatuUtcsl cue another that
our U) weie gone up, and uld getting ruairled
i did'nt ttfect plasing, eic, and ihe Or phas,
01 som one else, said, 'Markham, Wodehouie
and I low sett looked et sick. But the eighth
nnine filled my cup with unhapplness for
the Oceanies mide thrae tuns and sent our
bo)s to the field wilh a goose egg. I now j
felt desperate and tired in awake, fur the score
stood II to J mil our boys wouU hate lo
make 7 inns lo win. Hut It as no use I
heard the ninth inning called and sat the
game through like Fate watching Oetpair. Our
boys whitewashed the Oceanies and I tiled to
cheer them, but my soicc seemed to die aay
in nn echo Our boys now went in tut, but
evei)thhtg teemed to grow confused, ind It
seemed its if they could not leach fiist base,
but slipper) back eveiy step they took All
at once the ciowd in the pavilion aiound me j vnow ,0,v complete n ininutactury exists half
begin lo shout, and I thought I jumped up to'w,y p Nuuanu valley" If they know i
see what the matter was, when I bunited my t:uc of ),,), M ,,,,. wrikr ,j a,t MV, they
head againsl the bed ost and aoke. Of le n,m, comprehensive!) ignorant,
course you know t don't believe In dieams but ( T,e wtittr vi,j(fti ,i,c ,,),, S4 Tuesdsy
I am rather anxious to hear how lint game ,) M foiiunatc to retch litem at the
conies out this afternoon; let me know .ametime wlthMr.K.W.Tucker.chiefencineer
will )ou, as soon a you get back?"
I promited him I would and in Ihe evening
t handed him the following score, for alat I
hit dream had been too true :
ps o r c s rr.
g, K S S P
' " o a v '
OCKANICS r. J s "
Scott, c I 4 o o 5 I j
K. I). Baldwin, lb 1301451
W. A. Kinney, lb. 13111401
C. W. Baldwin, e. f 1400110
i:. Jonei, r. f. . . . 0500020
M. Grossman, I. f. I 1 I 1 o o o
W, Wall, p I i o o o 10 2
B. Baldwin, 3 b 1201 12 1
Garlcnbelg. s. s. .,2114101
Total II 27 3 II 27 19 8
HONOLULU. " T
S ? '
Swan, 3b. . 1400120
Sharretl, lb 03 I 1 15 o 2
F. Oat. 1. s..., . 040003 1
II. Whitney, i b., , ' t 2 1 1 140
II. Wodehouse, c o 4 o o 9 2 1
J. Dowsell, r. f .... 040000 t
G. Wodehouse, c. f j 1 1 2 1 o i
0, Markham. p.. .022 I o 11 2
F, Winter, I. f . 1301000
Total ;;; 5 fn;ij 9
Runs Oceanic, 22 102103 01 1
Runs Honolulu, 0002 I 200 05
Runt Earned Oceanic, 7 ; Honolulu, j.
There wat only one two bate hit made by
Gartenberg of the Oceanic.
First Base on Balls Oceanies, 2 ; Honolulu,
Struck Out By Wall, 8 ; Swan, Oat, Ilow
sett, Winter, Sharrett.
Struck OutBy Markham, 7 ; Scott and
Honolulu, July 3, 1SS4.
EmroR Saturday Press. .5'iV I wish
to call the attention of the public to the state
of the roads ami bridges in the district of
Hanalei. There h-s been appropriated for
the district of Hanalei for roads and bridge by
the last legislature $5,000 ; and when the
taxes arc added to this, it amounts to nearly
$9,000. Other road supervisors in the same
district did not have that amount for six )tara,
and they kept the roads and bridges in good
order without any complaint being made. The
community at large cannot find where the
present supervisor has spent $500 during the
last two years. Perhaps some explanation
could lie given in the house of legislature, how
this is o. The roatls and bridges are iu such
a horrible way that it is dangerous to life.
Somebod) ought to be sent to inspect them.
At least ten bridges are not fit to go over,
especially at night, for fear of accident. And
there have been several accidents of late ;
horses breaking their legs, arms being put out
of joint, buggies tluown over. Nothing has
been done of an) moment for the last two
)cars. There ought to be another road super
visor appointed, for the present supervisor is
not fit for such work ; for he has shown him
self to do nothing. Whatever his reports may
be, I do not know. They may have been sat
isfactory to the government, but whatever he
has done to roads or bridges is good fur
nothing. The communit) at large ought to
know that the valuable road supervisor of the
Hanalei district is Jim Bush, who was ap
pointed to this office by his brother John Bush,
a former minister. If Jim Bush wants any
salitfaction he may cet it Irom me by law or
otherwise, though as a matter' of fact his neg
ligencc as supervisor has left me with only one
arm. For I myself met wilh an accident on
a part of the roads to the dangerous character
of which! have 01, several occasions called
his attention. I do not believe that you will
get one man nf sense in this district lo write
in opposition to this letter ; and if those in
authority arc not satisfied with this statement
of fact, they may get any further explanation
from, Vours Truly,
Hanalei Kauai, June 30th, 1SS4.
Foreign tfeh oat, iiilo.
The annual eaamlnation of the Illlo Foreign
School occulted on June 14th. The morning
exercises were devoted to the studies of the
I ear. The graduating class were Mitt Helen
Severance, Mr. Levi L, man and Mr. C. tl.
W. Hitchcock. An entertainment, which had
been prepared with great care nml forethought,
u given in the evening.
The tchoolroom wat well filled with parenti
and friendt. Seseral compositions, the great
trial of the average girl and boy, weie read.
The amount of btaln work required wat well
illustrated by Ephraim Austin, ton of Hon.
b. L. Austin, of Ouomra, who, provided ssith
table, books, pencil, en, ink and a copy of
Webster Unabridged, endeavored to mak the
audience understand what a difficult thing it
wat to do. He took for Ins subject, figs and
Their Habits, the leading of which brought
down the house. There wat much In pantum-
Ime, The old Uach who lived by himself
and went to market lo get a wife was very
ainuting. Theie were songs and lecitaliont,
all of which were creditably rendered and well
appreciated, Special mention must be made
of the following named pupils) Grace I'.mer, C.
H. W. Hitchcock, Rose and Maud Kiltiedge,
Anna and Louisa Kose, Kobcit William
Ailhur Akau ami Antoine Conea. The enter
tainment closed by all tinging the favorite
Scotch ballad Old Ing Syne, Mitt Cora
E.Hitchcock hat won the best esteem of
parents and pupilt by her faithfulness, and
prosed hertslf an ctcellcnt disciplinarian.
She ruletl by lore, Wilh this icim closet
her labor wilh the school. To the regict of
all the leavet ne week for San KranclKo,
from thence to OU1I111, Ohio, to study music
All hope lo tec her lack in her old position
again to which the it to premineiuly tuilctl.
Mist K. A. Aimt, will also, leave by the
Kmma CUudina. All her frien.lt regret Ihe
ncceuiiy that civnptlt her to sever her con
nection with Illlo Hoarding School, where
the hat been to long a faithful teacher,
Hilo Juiie jCtb. . A. M.
The Sunday-u'lioolt of KautnakapllI held
their quaiicrly examination and caUIbitton in
the church baicment last Sandi) under
the dlrcctioa of lb feoeral iupsuinteoslot.1,
Mi. A. L. SnilB,
" MhiWm Ire rti..
pUI, water Is an even leaner thing in llono
lulu than pute polities ill the irlesiin
,ICI1 to the conttarr notwithstanding. The
Honolulu tee Works Company is the foitonate
possessor of a sprint! of this Inestimable fluid
whose ptirily Is ut unquestioned In the opinion
of the writerai are th: gievtneas and goodnen
nf his majesty's ministers in the opinions of
Messrs. Gitison, Gtilick, Kapenaand Nenminn.
It is iurposed In connect this spring with the
frreiing tanks of the works, The result nuuht
to lie iced perfection. The writer wonders
how many of the Press' three thousand or more
readers knon an) thing about the mamifacluie
of ice I tie alv) wondetshow many of lliein
of the Wildei Strninthip Company and the
j mailne railway. Within the past five months
I extensive Improvement! hsve been made In
' the works, increasing their thily rapvrlty from
6 to 12 tons, ami doing o In a much
more xatisfacloiy manner thxn before the 'rr
cent improvements, which consist of the new
engine and the new ammonia cooler. The
new engine was designed hy Mr. Tucker and
nanufactttred by the Honolulu Iron Works,
Its especial fe-tture is the construction of itt
valves, to msde that they cannot possibly fall
Into the pump, If broken.
Perhaps the most noticeable feature nf the
works Is Its new ammonia cooler, consisting of
a continuous coil of one-Inch iron pipe, 1300
feet in length, built river a square tank ll-l-Ing
7,230 gallons, and Incased in a circular
wootlcn framework 32 feet high and 31 feet
10 inches iu diameter.
To understand the ue of this huge pipe-
coil some knowledge of the process of Ice
manufveture Is necessary. The writer, assum
ing that some of his readers are at ignorant
the process as he was, has taken pains to se
cure the following brief account 1 In Ihe
engine room is a large retort capable nf hold
ing several hundred gallons of diluted ammo
nia. Upon being heated Ihe ammonia lives
as a g-ts and passes into the receiving valve of
a large steam pump, whence it is furred under
strong prcssureinto and through the coil of cool
ing pipe, upon which a spray of water Is con
stantly pla)ing, the water being aided lis n
constant draft through cracks iu the frame
work surrounding. When cooled the liquid
from the ammonia flow-, downward by gravila
lion until it reaches valves aliove the freezing
tanks. The pipes that pass through the
fleering tanks ate exhautted of air, and when
the liquid ammonia enters it of course expands
into a gas, in obedience to the law governing
expansion In vacuo. In this expansion the
heat is exhausted fiom the surrounding watei
and ice formed iu a cake against an iron plate,
placed against the pipes. Alter passing
out of the cooling pipe, the ammonia I-. taken
atiain into the retort and again used In the
same process of alternate expansion and con
traction. If leakage could be entirely
avoided, one charge of ammonia might be
used to produce a definite supply of Ice 'till the
crack of doom. As it is, strength of material,
skill in manufacture and the greatest possible
caution cannot positively guard against occa
ional leakage. Sometimes a sudden leakage
lo.es an entire charge, and thousands of dollars
worth of ammonia are lost. Thr charge now
in use at Ihe Honolulu works is valued at
The spring of water which will be hereafter
utilized in ice making is some Soo feel from
the works and below the level of Ihe freering
tanks: and will have to be raised about 21 feet.
ti .. r : ;. ,i,. n: m.,
1 , " , , , , -,,
iu a iicczc vfiiitu oci:uic iinct uva. kit:
freezing tanks tutu out 48 slabs of ice; each 10
feet lont;, 4 feet ihick ami 10 inches wide ,
and each weighing about 1,400 pounds.
The process uf manufacture at present em
rtiojett in the wotkt is sastljr superior tea the
old plan of " enn freeiinc" whereby all the
impurities of Ihe water Here froren. The pres
ent ssstcin docs not frtere an) impurities
which may be in the water.
As at present constituted the works employ
a superintendent, two engineers, two firemen,
four deliscry diivcrs, one drayman and several
other men are employed Ksery thing about
the works are in evidence of progress,
The lleHeflta for the 7.e-j,el.
list Wednesday the geneval committee of
ladies interested in the -recent benefits for the
lepers met at the palace, accompanied by Mri.
Oeoigc Bccklcy and Mr. W. W. Hall, their
secretary and treasurer. The committee con
sisted of the fnllotsing ladies: Queen Kapio
lani, president; Mrs. A. K. Judd, sice-president;
Mesdames II. II. Austin, C. M. Mc
Cully, A. S. Clenhotn, S. G. Wilder and J.
S. Me Grew. Chamberlain Judd interpreted
for the riucen, who made return of oser $1500
which had been paid her. It was not decided
just what should be done with the fund. The
idea of the sice-president, and seseral others
interested in the mosement, was that the
money should be used to lound a sepcrate
asylum for incipient leper children, when they
should be kept apsrt from the more advanced
itage of the diiease ; and where their morals,
personal cleanliness and general health could
be be better supervised than at Kakaako or
Kelawao, Others thought the money was to
be expended In purchasing necessities for the
leper settlement at Kalawao. The board of
health has taididly tecured that settlement
telephonic communication with tupcrinlcnd
ant Meycrt teildcncc, so that it teems unlikely
that official will permit any 10 go without
necessary kupplict; and It seems ageneialtletiie
that the leper fund secured by the hard woik
of so many estimable ladies should bt put
into tome permanent shape- like thai of an
asjlum for ihildren, to lie named, perhaps,
after Queen Kapiolanl.
The Vettor l'isani, Captain Giuseppe Pa.
lumbo, anii ed iu port last Sunday, 41 la)
from Callao. Reporting tine weather the entire
passage. The Vettor l'isani it a wooden vet
tel of 1500 tont burden. With engines of 300
horte-piwcr. She eariiet 24S men, 14 guns,
ten 12-crntiuteliei, and four 8 centlmetict.
The following It a litt of her officers 1
Caraaia Ci'.sepne Palumbo,
nl Uculeionl t3u24ero Cani!..
and Lieutenant hoiiou Serra.
" Caaar. Mar cat d.
H CUuieni. Uellatarr.
" Ginli-i llerluuno,
1st Surzevn r tbj-co Mllone.
end " Anloaua llocculml,
PytiMUer Fraulrt Chroaxi.
Chief Lngincer Carl. !Urvc4dL
" Klnardd Parfoll
' Pacui PuenlL,
On the Kwa side of lite IVa4 etleiisinu nf
l-rniia Sireet, near .School Sutel. there it a
vacant; lot tdtritiscil fur tale by the following
Inciting atgn t "1 want tti tell this yard fur
l,ou do!., this pvlce is cheap, Thot, C Po
hkahl." A Womlciful Picnic will be lt. Cruaan't
theme Sunday morning. In ihe escnliig hit
thetne will 1 What Is the Axiruljiinii of Na
litHial .Stabiliiy and (iicatncM ? A luurth of
July after -thoUtflit wilh Hawaiian appllcadlon.
Mr, J. K. ti. Mar.lull lua icsignesl hit
oft.ee at Treasurer of Ihe llauiptoo Normal
ScJaooi ftain falUic of ryttlgbt.
Ilinoii in. Juir s iiti
' Afler ilte btite 1, over buiinet prmttetu will
btltta'n 1 here sri lho,e ho sbinV,oe would like 10
make nt brtete they think th batlte foe refoiatalWt
is t Mb ejnte, ' and thai o must settle down lo ork
hd srrejK the intviut.! r oe the hope nf IUsll e
lnit thUeiKulition ot ilfsirs it rot lo be atlnwed 10 con
tiAM on for another two yesrs Ihe recent cipue by
Ihe llit-we Lommitlee, and the dtrctmion of Ihe want
of confidence resolute) on Ihe financUl condition of the
gOTernmenl, leaves little round for hre of reformation
end restoration of national rrejit under th preirtit nun
isterist ii'mr With the "ahileaathinc of ll.eir
oittt deeds, there Ittirattkatly ndlimil in Ihe (arte of
"did and drakes" which the) may play wilh the
fuiahtvs of iho omtntry hereafter It will teadily be
seen therefore, that ihcre hat been and can he no 1m
provement in commercial alTairs till ihere is an imjeoi,
tnenr tn our political world. With s new sablnet of
lionet! nien 10 devote theli energtea to repairing
Hawaii's injured name, much would b done lowatd
retiorire public confidence.
tn budiets the week hat been as qutel at its prede
cetauis Ihere being nothing of tpettal nute to lp"tl.
AlFi.aia 01 ftmt),mg nave tvo UK"! o" 'ir .m , ,
e note the Queen from Sat franciio wuh aieoilad I
Arrivals of thiitpitia have beea light for the week
merthindue. the Mary Podga from l.uuLa, wuh lum
t 1 L ..,,. I V, .1 ..V ..! f iC ,
uti, anu IR, 4,.viiu, iron, iirwiiMK wiiii umi win,
tn drpirturM lb W II OimonJ nailed for Kahuluj
to taml for fcan rr.miiv.0, the KtWu ntlAUmeJ-.
kiltit fur that (iott direct on the lit lint at nt, nj id
Amy lurner tmi Mount f.baiion niled tht -jr ptf.
ioti for Hongkong thete clearance have thinned
the hirbor conihle riblr.
rhe ttlue of efjuwtt lnt our tl im meuni t
about S8d,)i3 66
1 o Maul plaDtatmn cvmj amti announce tJlvEilenda
ihnwffV, the Orot e ktnch plantation nf $taoo and
the Paia Plantation (Vmpany nf ln per that e, for
Phc quarterly cuMunt houte taU ut domestic etaurt
hy Collector fJenm at W Y Atlin hat Len completed
andihowt a pnt.itioitAte deficit of value of about
onthirdfur the mum etlod of tut!, owing to the ei
tee Jtntf low rate, of lugar. VIM inettni a reduction
ofCf trnin fiom ur prudtirtt rf about Si.Soo on fur the
Merchant VsMieU Now In Port.
City or P.ai.'fxKhra(l Rm a
WiLLARU MuiMitcTTt Istaple,, ,,.. . Am Lk
Clan OxAHr. UiIon . . lint bV
Qvifn, Uran.it .Am term
Makv IotiCit, l'aul. , Am tern
ArouUt, IVilm , ,. (er(bk
V'anadiv 1 agtrber
VtTTOR Piami, Va
Vcitala Etpected from Foremen Porta
MiCRoNrtA, Am. I'jtnt, Mux kino Star (Jarland
Overdue. I.. O Mall Jk Sou, Agent a.
I.ivihkol, Itrit hk Vauhx . Ingrara
Due bent tt i.
Pour 1'oWNiiiNn, Amttin Kxcrlmok . Pelu
(lue now S ilder A. Co, Agents
IIiimin, Haw bk I K lltstioc 1 ., WaJt
uue Auguii 10-ts. iiacitHiu 10, Agems
Port Hlakklv, Am hgtne Court.niv I-ord
.Kor Kahuu 1
Syi.waV, Aia Citi or hvusitv .Dearborn
Due July 6. Ilackfetd & Co, Agent
NawcASTLK, N IS W, Am ihip Kl Doraimi
Ijc -. .. An emu.
Hh Francisco. Urit s s 2km anMa. Webber
Due July 1 j. HncVfeltl A Co., Agent.
LivbRKct., lint bk OriiKMA .
To sail June 1. l II. Iavk A Co , A lie nit
)vu3tTf Am. bgine Haxamj... Tiemey
Due in all October A. P. Cooke, Agent
Sam Fkanchco, Am bktne Kukvka ..,Ut
Due Julv via lUckfcMC Co.. Acentt.
bN Pranwico, Am betne W, (j Irwin. ....Tuinr
Due July via. V O. lriu i Co. Acenti.
San IftANCiitCo, Aoibk D. C Murkay Berry
Due Jul) 510 melded! x uo. Agenii
Sas Fhancij-co, Am S. b. Maricopa
Col 4 Log
Due, July I. Irwin t Co. AgenU
HoMCKOnc, Am bk Ckvlon
Due Augutt 1. C Hrewer A Co ,
I uV., cb, from Koll'ilalcle. , ( , ,.Juo. 3f
IwaUni, slm, Cameron, from Kauai. ... " .8
Xtlauea ltou, slm, Sears, from Kahutui. . . ' .8
Ktoau, sun, ICin, frum Itiloand way iMjrts . " .8
Catanr.a, sch, from llanatei. . . " aB
C R Ililhon. aim. Davis, from tl.fuakua " a
I Sltor 1'iMnt. II I M corvette, Palumbo, from
f VMIao ... ... " ta
lennie, sch, fr6m Kauat. ... .. . " ag
rtetrie Merrit, acti, from Lahaina.. " v)
Marion, sch, from KauaL yq
Queen, Aui rem, Drandt, from San e'rauciaco ..JnJ)
KauiVeouti, sch, Irom KotiaU . ..
Pohoiki, sch, frxn Puiua, Hawaii , "it
i .lues MaV.ce, aim, Ireernan, from Kauat " a
arv Oode, Am tern, Paul, from Humboldt. " j
Aollo. Uer bk, ltohn, Irom Newcastle. ... ' j
Kekauluc-ht, adi, from Hanalei , . " 3
Wairjutualo, a-h, Irom Kauai , "
lhua, stm, Loremen, from Mui.... .. " 3
Kitauea Hou, stm, Sears, from Kalmlui ' 4
Planter, sun, Uaees f-nm Hawaii. .... " a
I, -, Dtparturet,
Jl Jas Malte. kta., Freeman, fjr Kauai
1 . M!l . t C. L
Ilaleakala, sen, fcr Pcpeekeo . . . . "
Mana, sch, for Houomu.' ... ,. "
Planter, stm, Pates, fur Kau and way ports . al
Likchke, stm, Weisbath, for Hilo and way porta "
Kilauca llou, aim, Sears, for Kahulul.. . "
Lehua, stm, Iirenien, for Molokaiand Maui.. "
Amy Funier, Am bk, Newell, fur Hongkong, '
Mount Lebanou, Brit bktlie, Selton, for Hong,
kong . ..... . "
ataloto, cb, for Hilo, Hawaii ... M
Liltohho, sen, for Waunea, Kauai M
Kalakaua, Haw bk, Miller, Tor ban rrancisco..Jnly
AUmeda, Am atm, Morse, for San erancisco '
C K Hiahop, stm, Davia, for Hamakua ,. "
Kinau, stm. King, for Hilo and way porta "
I waLini, stm, Cameron, for Kauai "
Luka. ach, for Koholalele . '
Ka M01, ach, fur liupahochoe . . M
Walchu, schr. for Kauai . . M
Tor San rranclkco, x Alameda, July i
Campbell, wife and Family, Miss Nicull, M
MU. t. U
WIuidcs, Mils Uunker. Mist S King, Mrs A
McOmre, Miss A llal.Uin, Mlu M llartwell,
Miss K Lewil, Mrs J A Kenned), G V Ue, C J
Uerrill, K. XI idler, Mra J Cameron, Mrs D .McGregor,
L Uusnell, j Hendricks, C Uealer, 11 R Roberts and
uife. Miss Oaborn, J Bouza, wife and child, C K lien,
netl, J P Itrown and wife, K C Macfarlane, J 1)
Roberts, K Meiers. J 1 ildcn, R W Irvia, F llagol,
F Coutolei.e, f)r llutcher, 11 llradley and wife, H
Roth, Frole,CWaUli,A J Ward. Madam. Ceitllca
lor Hong Kong, per Amy Turner, June 33th Mias
A I Newell, I I. (.talum, A Hesac and 303 Chinese.
I-rem San Francisco, per W II fJimond, June ai
Davies it Co, 46CS groceiiet; Mclnttre at Pros, .ao
tks rluur, iyi aks grain, iscameal, noes groceiies;(t
Luias, 98 lont sand; 0 V Macfarlane ft Co, 33 pes
and pkgs carriage materials. So skscoal, so bit lias.
jo tks oals, 1 pkg note, 33 nurses, 4 mules, 14 cows,
buns 4 umus, 7 pigs, r aunty. 3 cs seen, a cs saadlery,
1 bl collars, 1 ltd) Iron pipe; Irwin & Co, ataoo bricks.
too uags Jlour; J . iiuui, 1x0 pkgs recu; aiccttesney
A Sou, 100 pkga oats, ao aks corn, 100 bat soap, 3 pkgs
braoias; H)man llroa, 14 cs inercltaudite, ai cs boots,
23 es hats; Order, 3 ca merchandise, 14 bbls whiskey,
erom San rtanciacu, per Alameda, June at Grin
uauni at 1.0, 10 cs cigars, 10 rs tobacco; ss I. Uean, 1
ssmuieral water; s cs tirewurks; llolluier k Co. scs
glasiwaie, H Ruckle, 9 cs headstones; Caner Co, s
bis dry goidi; A L Smith, I ca sewing machines; '1 J
MosMoaii. 18 casks glassware; Macfarlane & Co, aco
csbeer; Irwin & Co, cs machinery, oopkgt groceries;
Jirl pkgs teed, l bs mmi, am sks lluur, 300 aks bar
ey, a ks butter, 1 ca cigars, a cuib rope, 8730 posts; (,
W itacUllaiM L Co, 114 sks oats, 466ft pkgs feed and
inokeries. st likes paper, r boaa alationervl llilluieliam
m --, a-w i-...- ..--.,
. rn . nA a.t n. f.a. I 4. .toa 1. ...tw.... Sir... ,-..
33 pkgs hardware; May ar Co, ss
tl.DkkS hardware: Ilavies &Co. ioa
W I, Foster, lot ukes crtKenea. Wotfa at EJ.
viarda. Sao tikes Crrxsriea! Halt 4. Suu. 9 ea hardware!
CVttlc ac Cooke, ao kegs lead, 13 pkgs groceries; John
evil . , .j !". ., as .j u.h, j !' UJ
goods; L.)ons4 Ixvey, as pkgs siationciy; R Grieve,
11 Ikls uarjart I) Lyons, a tikas taper: '1
cssiaiwnery; J I iraieruouse,
U i.RiwiKfji j iiw.iu.,... S t'-'ftv iurv naiHi.ac,
Ite.ison, Sinuli yo. tt pkgs dtugt; Levey ft Co, 113
-. . -...r ..-."..- -.-
I .per; s u trtrum, 1
(. Lfoecries: Cohn A Co.
tobacco; XcCheaney ic on, 33 pkgi
inerchand Ue: C
a. iiuimmi, VI'".' ,"..-". ..mm, , ,w, 4J4-
merchandise; Kenuady ft Co, 3 cs cigars; Whitman tx
Wright, 6 pkzv vJirUge nvalerul; II C M Co. aapkas
K WUliaint, 10 pkgt lurmlure; sua
,w -.?. .'a 'P
Laiir.ye UU..V.M,., viiai. nuw,iMa, . pags lurutiure;
II 1 ,-suiie, 10 pkg.
a ..1 n. urnr.fl...
eiiKK.1 per Clan Oram, luni at EI A
Widmnn, ai nctl rH. iHtC-Plie anJ UJu: J
Kolt.iio yV-gt hiUwar, .jjjiilkg l, ao ibtcii
iroa, t U1I wire; HU Suu iba kk IWilwut, etc;
sSihacfrr A Co, ij a Iter; Ci-U I. Coukt. 7 A.g lead
pip, 4rt pkgKmatrtitd ppfti iroa, etc, 4I pkiihard
arc, ttr,. 69 btlt duuticc, asorL taint, glow, tict
Ittewn, Jtat.h Co, 1 1 pkgt Jrut, rtc; CftnUauai
C, S6-J kt toap, HOrek. tic! t(oirchla)ifr t', y
ct tuiuor. 10 bit dunJrt! Ilyman Ilrot, 4 kt Ur
gsxult; Uatttt A Co 1 ji Ut duodt, 40 fc barJssU,
4 1'kjt tlaiiVtu, 4 rJi ilsir cMS, ui6 pkgt tuUt, 1
attaft. jj55 Ulll tVi4 lrlfoa, KnUJlt wirv, 1 18 lk
iutvlnstt, o I'ltt aiattal, xk) WU honp troo, 1 Mnot 4
c nuchtnnr, 37 J-Vt dry kwwIi auj coitoi., sou bat
tuap, 1 16 plvgt Pul tndoiU, 3 j ci Mtutt, 6(k irun apd
ibt plaivt. st6atiif ri.ria ?m Ug aptLct, j oa
p'jj ircrO, gf blrUctntc-Dl! lam rtr WKk, aut9dcokt
loc rw.k kilt; lladtvItU U, 6 ci vuicmu fcnd UU
Uic IS ca piacM.U.i; O VV acfrlAf.t A Co, 1 c dry
tuuda, Joca wUtl)! ao pkj Wwtta, 13 c (niklti, 1
a mAcbifWr), (rdirt 444 lr, i avud kplilla, 1
taUtu. 4 jVi Kitcd tutrchaiidiav. 103 tdU U. Jsj
bkfs baninarr fcw twl.p-, 6 l tulu; tJl jAjt
hanJarr, aocltort, 47 liT Jwa, tic. no pV&
taltut umJ odt. tf Uaft Buiijjowder. mm 17JI ik
U Ustnuia fsjr iwii rark.iKo.
troiuNai rraociKt) per vutcn, juiy a ll a Co.
aio uui fvsMi, iu U Mil.
60 tt Utd, tOki k nur; Ca
C4lU sfc COuli. Iota ftkft
t lartv. T70 aVa tUxir. tn
latUt.ay ) bU Uuwu tct tLaJ, 1717 tWiUxta nrttl;
l(t-i u o 150 llMirj lJiUii.ha ie i'M, 11 j.-
HiativhaMu, Nltafrr &. U111 U UirU)j lUiisk
Cv.lt tiaif HrfviWdl II LaWiwrUu. Uruh
Huti llaJl Sa, )al ult; is Jud.l. alt Uw.
, ib bay. Ut4 pK2 Mt-rTlrlOIsSvllM; C A !)(, lug tl
hy, ijkt ftadi m alclurtny, 14 kj Un4 M
laat Uivaa IUIUj- Ji Co, tw Ut (uy, ut
Ncwcaulc, yu Ap-all. Jy j tu(j toua rut
4ts ruM.k to.1 il4.4 irail rtdwhL
lor ban Iranclsoo, per Fva,
Jane f s.n4 pkg.
rsaf llojsfbostg yes Amy Tur.er, Iianai yti,u.aa ca
kCfoaen. on. s; ions cuaj, jo rtv, 7 ls aamsttva
rvr rsaa rraAcisco, isti tsauktua, iiuy 1
vJLtt, st gvUsnc laid... Vaisvt staaetsr licsost.
1 s" "., r" s4. .i..
f Us fraacbest, astr Al
lhs bananas, f;e
tdei. 6m sheep and 8s aowt skin- " nket lioue
erTttt, to tfcgt tranihtpped met hanJiv- S pi g sun
drtea. 1 nkcr Mill SI Aon In
Mctr coin si non So value ilomestH sr-s.
ojr-;, foreign Ss.'to. transhipped $ ent
nil, lie J7
At the monthly concert for missions, held
at the Fnfi Strret I hurch on Wednesday
evening list, the subject was India. A caiefully
. 1 . . .. .. .. 1... it llllt. I. ....A
cimicu i-l-. w, .. o, -..-. ........ . .wis-
tieatitu! of itt nhvstcal iretwranht, resource,
arlt and i.nnufacture.. Ihe ethnology and
tace movements of Ihe eailiesl times wat
touched upon, and Ihe history brought tints n
to the beginning of Knglish influence at the
cloe of the sixteenth centuiy From this
point the subject was continued ill a paper
prepated by Dr. 8. I',. Picice and In Ihe ab
sence of the author, was read by Mrs, Crutan
in which wat clearly told the story of Ihe
growth of the I'asl India Company, the Se
j) tebelllon and a brief history of British
rule down to the present time In conclusion
lt.a l,,nr-,a I ,rlr ,,.! tutu., .tn lti nt.
. . ..-. ........ ....... -..j.v .... .,.v .
stacles which retard ihe littigros of thnsl-
i.n, .1.,. .,,. emhirr
Ihecuurt journil putilltlm in in column
medicnt directory of the Iiau.1li.1n Iibrxta
that in itt Hit of t tonolulti iltntKU s In.tccttrale
nml incomplete. Iruniruich a the lungrst ci
taUMinl practitioner, Dr. J M. Whitne), ft
omtttcd. Tlic cniupilctN attention wa callal
to thii error, nt thi ufticc, a thy ot o .ifitr
its lust apiwarancc, hut no correction hat )et
1ecii uiatle, though tollcttcd, thouM anj such
The following rjucr) lw been receheil ,
"A tubscrilcr ouM like to enquire through
ymtr coTuinm a short but sure method to cute
a boy from running awn) without rctwm ftoina
f;oodhomennd UUtuh, Ktudncst hit been ttlel
and failed. I do not like to resort to the rod
o I enquire through ou for a better way,"
The query isOnc not easily to be antwercd.
Mitt Ward, formerly prlncip-tl of Mt Holy.
uke, M.ittachuctt9, Kev. K. 0 Ifeckwith
and Re. C. M. Hyde, form thi year's cxamb
nlng lwatd for the O.ihu College examinations.
Their report has not yet been made public.
A brtMtd gold band engraven.
With word of holy writ,
A ring the bond and token,
W hich love and prayer hath knit
When abient from each other,
O er mountain, vat and tea ,
The t-oid who guarded (tract
Kctp watch 'tween thee and me
Through day of light nj gtadneu.
Through dar of love and life J
Through t tntlea and Joy and auniMut,
Through das with beauty rife;
When abwnt from each other.
O'er mountain, vale an I iea,
The Lord of love and gtaJnei.
Keep atth 'tween thee and a
Through da) a of doubt and darkne.
In fear and trembling breath ,
Through mltti of kin and sorrow
In tear and grief and death
Die Lord of life and Rlorv
The King of earth and e
The Lord nho guarded Kraft,
Keep watch 'tw cen thee and me.
SPENCER In this city, June i3lli, Thonuis Spencer,
a native of Rhode Island, and .resident of ihese
islands for thirty-rise tears.
KOtVELtr-At Koloa, Kafal, June 15, Rev. (j. U.
Rowell.a native of New Hamxhire.in his 70th tear;
resident of these islands since 184a.
WILLIAMS Inll.iscilj, Jul) i.Mrs. Jane Williams.
"J'd75)enrs: mother of Mrs II. blrevloan
WnNN'CR At WaMua, Oahu, Jul) 4, S34. V. M.
senner, a resident of these islands foi the past ten
McCSRF.GOR la Honolulu, Jul) 4ih, at the reaidence
of her mother, No. 17 Ul.ha street, Miss Sarah Mc
Gregor, a native of Honolulu, aged 31 scars.
The funeral of the late Mist Sarah McGregor will
take place this (Saturday) afleraoon at 4 o'clock from
the residence of her mother. No. t7 Lihha street.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to
Of the denominations of 1, 3, 4, 3 and 10 ccjits can b.
purchased at the Post Ofhce, in any quantity from one
to one thousand. Persons residing on the other island
can procure them from the local post otTices.
Also, domestic and foreign reply Postal Cards.
y order of the assignees of the Kalate of RUNG
VAN KEE, allat"AIONA," I will sell al Public Auc
WaSilnstatcUr, Jttl- Qih, at 10 tt. an.,
At baletroom. the P.ntire btock of
anstsuAz. MEltC 11 AMUSE
Uelonglng 10 said estate, consisting of
S-Mtinwa. Dr. as Goods,
Etc.. Etc. Etc., Etc.
iii-il B. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ORTGAGBBS NOTICE OP SALE.
iiy order of Antonio J. l-opei, the mortgagee named
in a c enain indentuieof monk,age dated the
Ijli .il- of Jiifiiit, iSSj,
made by John R Mlva and NaVilau his wif, LttUba
Silva, Julian Ganialvet and Annie (Wnralses hit wife,
to said Antoulo I. laioei. and for a bieach of th. eon.
d. lions of said inartgage, I am duecltdtu sett at public
TUESDAY. UUVM, iSSh at .
At my ulruoom (rt Honolulu tlt Wl-vwHtrf plc.r or
1 di ianu
Chat ccrutn pitc or parcel uf luul ittua at Wat
icit, Aianoa, itiani m uanu, being tht aarni
tfanU ( Oahu, bIng tht umt OfKriWd
In Koyal latent No, tiyi, KuUana Iltlu 1744, cutr
lame an area 01 JJ-ioq or aoi acre
That certain piece of land siluate al Man.ra afore
said, being Apana I of Koyal Falenf No tl97, Kule
ana llelu irel cunulniu an are. of 1, ro-100 arret.
That certain piece of land situate .1 Manas afore,
said, bcinf the saute described In Royal Patent Nc
4S46 and rr-nlaniing an area of jfi lo-ioo aa.a.
11i.t certain plete of land u W.iltle, Ml. afore
said, being th. same more psnlcuLtrl) deKribed in
Keya4 Talent No. Ill, smtalnuie an area of 16 -loo
Tlwl sssrlaJil piece of land situate st Mark, afore
said, beinj lha sain mnre lumkuUrly described In
Kosal I'atent No. tit, conu
iutnia an ai.a of t acres.
lhalccTUmJcce of land situale u Manna afs.e
sakl, lising tb. same more particularly deacribl iu
Rotat Patent No. tsto Kulo.n. llelu 671s, cnntainltyr
n area of 1 jo-rat acres,
Th-ese sersl.liecea t lainl ..tuale at Kahap.pt,
VtaUnae, latandof Oalwi, aforesaid. Ltii.f the ts,k
su'wesartlct.Lrly deacriUd In Roal Patent No, siti,
rsHtsisa lieiu a., cn.HMn.04 .a am .. t acres, j
I hai tertaira put. yt land situale at Kiu.hIuU, Wai
till, 0bu. ..vsU, tuntauung an &rssa of 1 aad
AUhall Ikeit rLhl. tilU aullntereal in the II j
Aiea o KatstlJiMhiM .1 Muu atWtsald: tl iu
IwaJofcatll. svntrlea, be.ode-1 Pav tliwiJoT
at Mtooa aaVetai.1. t pair svorltlXi (a.,v t,
sea l s Mia, iTauKJ a, lunotrs 41 1.1 Jlajj.
yt tk&rsat, nur
Ci(Jtt,Uaded I'll-, uvi a boru.,
A UamisIm 1 ijiHud, cant. I
liH SaJ ,lu L f.M.I.. L. . .n.., L-
Kal. atlis.B.k L. ral j Wu.L trLSAl,Ii M
k. Sal.-a, cUtl July i. lira, aul uuarsUd to
LlUr il SSIs (
n K ana . t cr rurtur prtkciar
pigs sugar t9 ptglrke,
a, r. Aiuais, AswiiuMer,
Baosrw, tuonvay tW tawiga.t.
, JWTORTCAOnKS NOTICE Of SALH
' llv dlreetlon nf Mr I t Cftttvtrithr. atlorfiev In
faet for Mary J. Ileown. ihe mwetaaeee rsameel Tn a
reitalii Irtilentnreof Vlorigat dated Jam etth, itlr,
viarr II McKeagvie and John vtckangete her bos
ratnd, lo sitid Mary I llmwn. I ant lieetbe dttecitsl ro
- ,, . .
tlonon MTI'KIMV, JUI.Vtni,
iai it imon. at nrukmn in llonoltda. A.VI) Al I,
li'iati.Vtht1'. IniMeiaM KfcSL.'-Kihi
the Mnevr.-mi mr fjArtltuUrty dtrribsnt tn Uojtl
f'A.etit No iftti and cofiUlmn-j nn rtA ti j4-iro of
AlJsOall tlut t.nmiN PIKCP. OR P.KCKl.
Of LAND nitrite on Ilofl Mrret lWkl H'Jtotatn
lh rmlt4 Ure Urr.U.., il bttr trtRuUrlf
tlmcriUti tit Ru)! pateni No 17. KocfanW i-iitt-Urt
apply 10 U. P. AI)MS, Auttfonvtr.
Or 10 Or il ltron. Attorn) for Mont get,
- RHAT AUCTION SALR
l.ipr fttnfht Hifni I'tinr, rtrt
A I KlfaAUl A, KAUAI.
1 he unriettlfnttd Hai rtrtrd tirttrortfc
from the Kthuen Sirr Ct to
U by ptihtk MrOtf on
AT H A.
10a head Worklnff Cattle,
well hnkii and
tn got! Ltmuttion ,
15 Native Mules, hardy, young and healthy;
15 half bietl Mattve Horsei and Mares,
lroken to saddle,
10 Unbroken Colts,- hml at KiUuea
3 UrRe Bullock Plows, '
i Oanr Plows, quite new,
3 Subsoil Plows,
a Shovel llows,
Dugglft and 1 Drake,
All the above ate Mrongly built and in good order,
flie live itotk and rlow atr ofTetrd for sale In me
quenceof 5) team lat-VIe liatinaauprftceded plowlnifby
animai power nn me jvimrra 1 intniin
l1iiii Anopiiottutittyrnrtly met v.ith. Itueri from
the south nldc of Kauai ami from Honolulu, or the
other UUndtiAti avail themselves nf Mr Rice's Stage
which leases NawUiwlli on the arrival of the Iwalanl
and will reach Kilaitea in gool lime fur the sale.
W K. II DI.VKUII.U Auctioneer
BUTTERICK'S CUT PAPER
A new IUiil) of lAtctl lylea jur received- tn be re
plenished each tnomlwand for sale al thetr marked
Ulceai II10S. O. I DRUM'S
eornn Koar Sr. SmKa.
T TOLLISTER & CO.,
INVITE TUP A7T1CNTMX OF Tit It
Will it X COVNTHY MtUWUANTM
in particular, to their lirge and
aried attiurtmenl of
just received. 'I7.Il tt acknoHledged
to br the finfit ierfumc in the
world. All of one quality
Great variety of odors it) let
and prices also
Cullulultl Trustful, .
(all thai! and ttylc)
and the largeu and most complete itock of
ever kept In this Kingdom a
large Invoice of
WASHED Mi2lH ilUtUANKAX AVOXili:,
direct from I- urope, free from
" sand or dirt Agent for
PARKK DAVIS &, GO'S
J. a AYER dk CO'S
Horaeford's Acid Phoaphatei,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
AUcoclc Porous Piaster Co ,
Murray & Lanman'a Florida Water,
Verba Bueua BItttrs.
0LL1STER & CO.,
ate alu rrapneiors and Manufac-
fstvciuren of the cJlrted
Ant (or Wuu h KIml..U & Co'a
Fragrant Faulty Fair,
Tytbacvo ttmt Ctgarrttr4
sshLh have na rivals. The "
largrtt assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIOAKS INr
OtVA' CIXCKK AI.K 6
has al.ays Ueu recoalnUed as Uie
best In th. tuar.et.
OUX .,V(7Af ML GXTKrICT
lelog nvtnufarsur.d front Osir vem
privaia 'tsMMfU In
Ar-.Ft.Wiai WATUHS. In Paisnt oe Cuts
SlOpiieraJ IkAtUt as dltlrtd,
WIIOLtSA.lt. Jv KLTAll, w NUUANU ST,
RtTAIL, Ut. IOJtTHKKCI!ANr6TI
1LLINGHAM r CO.
Itas.Juit tetctted an
I11 voire, of Kosr nml Dealrnbta Otitxla
Sailed I. Ihe wtais of litis mar set,
an.l a ftmO tine of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLKM ENT8
W. amM call Iht tpedal aliemlon
6f ITj filers 16 cur
1'nlenl IIuiiMk JfnHfil lo.ir.f I'low,
wMlli has teen 4inAince.t the best of
the Un.1 ester 91 th tM eesiniry
W. hase afe r(Ye-.l a
new I14 iK.s
DILLINGHAM DHBAKIUO PLOWS.
to, it, l IK, rfjlr are glitac peifed
salW.Hhji Ketetr lliejr
f i: M .1 .V I) I X 0 It K .1 .1 I X t,
1 lie ensile rariely iA gtroJs wriieK
e air rww cteHUfitlf re-
clleins are now betas
OIT.NI D (OR I.NSI'I.CriON ANU SALK
at ritK lowcsr prici.
Dlllltiulinm ;t Co
QCEAHIC STHAMSIIII' COMPANY.
The Mairnificeiil,New, nJ Eleitsnt SleamiSlus
MAJtll'OSA tintl ALAMEDA
Will leave tlmiululii and San Francisco
lit nuil 15th of Each Month.
1'a.s.eneers by this line are hereby notified that lliey
m w aiiovsea sjolis. or lrtae tree by l Oeee.
land Kallssay, when travelling fjst.
UK.VKSI0H runmroi aoosn rair, Juj.
cjc1 tn return by any cf the Compan)'s Slramers with
in ninely slats.
I'asnnKeri may havo Ihslr lumea ljulie4 in advance
by appltln tt the oir.ee of the agents.
Merchaniliia ImenJed for tlil,ment I) Ihls line, swll
hercceisedfrceof atoraje In th. comtany's new wore,
'.ouse, and receipts IsaueJ for same. Insurance oa
niercliamlie, whlfai In the warrhoute, will It at 6 nere'
, WILLIAM O IKWlN'&Co.,
Alientl, O.S.S. Co.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPalNYS
LINE OF STLAMnita
Will nin rejularly for KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.l
Trldas- . .April ,
Tuesday . 15
Tuesday May er
Irlday. June (I
'lueasUy.,.., , . " iv
Friday. . .... " 1;
r.u.v. ., -- .5
Retumlnir, Touching at Maalea
rucsday June 1
Jf'War " I J
luesday " .,
Irlday .. .July 4
t ridav. . . Mas
Tuesday, . "
Cameron, commander, leaves Honolulu esery Tuee
day at s rnm. for Nawtlisvili, Koloa, hleele, arui Wai.
mea, Kauai. t Ueturuins leaves N'.ssiliwtli every
77ie rimvH Mfi,-rc,
Freeman, commander! leaves Honolulu every Thurs
day, at 3 p.m, for kapaa and Kilauea. Hetura
in leaves Kauai every 1 uesday al 4 p-ni., and touch
ine al SValanae tisjtli vvava,
7'i. C. It. JtMtoji,
Davis, commander, leaves Honolulu every TueaJty
at 4r-.1t. fur Kulkinliale. Ilouokaa, and Faautiau. Ke
turinnj arrives at Honolulu ever) bunjay morning
AMTOFMCC of the Company, fool of KUaue.
Street, near tl,. I' M. S. S. Wnnrl. 171.
pACIPIC MAIL. STBAMSHIP COMPANY.
v iORp.U HtANCIiCO
The Splendid Steamship
ot rv oh' svjKvnr
Dearborn , Commands-
ssill leave Honolulu for .San Francisco
On or uliout- . .1 July 0th
pOR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND,
I he Splendid Steamship
On or about . July 12th
11.e a;ents here aie no pursued to Issue ll.aetl u
ban I ranciscoand teturn fjr Jits, ih. round trip.
Goods for ahln.ncrii na, UMm.,n n..u 1 .....A.i
free of charce, in th. fire procf svarehoui. near tht
I or freljhl or passage, ap I j to
H II HACKFF.I.D & Co.. Agents.
IOR SAN rKANCISCO
v. niii:tii:ii ,t to.MiM.vr, Au.hu.
Merchandise received Stor.ja Free, and bberal sb
advans.es ma.t. ski shipments be this line
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO,
(limited) - '
Co'r.lfHLf ,rif t'orfirnfaaftfii .Irena.
Cr.rCW4rS,YsV XUUAXlf Stntli. lten,tmtm
Itejulir vessels for lha ports of
Malikonnd llaru on Maul,
Laupahoel oe, Houomu, Paula and II iVa on
Ila.jll, - $" "
Koloa, lltiupep and WtlniM on Kauai, and
Walalua on Oahd,
And any other ports lei India, esnei.lt offer,
I'ertoiu baslnj frelahla lor auv tunoi'il.. l.l.n.1.
U forward.,) from San rrsnciwo by ay of llouolula
or direst thlpuitntt from llonolulti il do .U
enquire first tl th. ivific Navljallon Co. Ufssre
tnaung lioal arranseraenla.
Ooudt Iideuded foe shipment by auy of our vsstsels
tetelvesl tod stored fiee uf iluae la our tim-u.X
buiLlinj al any lliue. Appli lo thr taplaliil on board,
' A, F. COOKC.
lnj-jiu kUMjM I'1(k Navlguiaii Css.
Inarosl, and 00 th. way, at full u..iuK of tl...
and sl.lfer.r4 qual.lr of
LNyCLOPLS, LNVHOPKi, I'NVKIOI'KS,
via No. s, X AttJ XK In what, aunber atl canary.
Nk4..td XX sahiie. N'o. t'i.o, o,ii, la and
tXKaid XX strulelXXX bannliT while and
t'v.rKl, Jloui-,( Ki,telotHm, CV4miae.lt.B-s-sloros
white. fisNN Ko 10 14, all lo,tt "I.1U1
Ooserniuent tUa lif I thJ., sk apesbd sites anado up
In anli r, .1
Tin, , niniv'
Mawtiam Sratai aaii .,ti htaatr Sro.iwL.
Faira's Alv).tii psxMoMital,
Robber Hellere. Cwk ItoUljL Ivory and fctttw.
HiilJrn-iJ.1 u.uiieL ' J sure and Ut
roMetsai4 lp.(lre, ihUrtrHUi
tjaaert Iktioat'a Vttasl tKstts,
IryualKuUr, KuUUrw s.,1-
pcnsil aKiasw (burnt, 1 t a,
I'uxil jFruutsk, KubUi
Km I, of twreoss
Pur Mmtr Hi VUltV, , TUHVM'M
UcaotaMrltiaaarT AtL) ak,r (jinaa-t aiow.