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far public Alton Cori.tpon.Unla ai. loipi.il.il to
Append Ihelrlin nsnies In all tninnninlralloni,
not far pMhllrallAil nee. starlit, bill At a guarAntr
that th. serlter It tcllnti In A end (allh.
JULY it, iM,
fVlnlrMtnt rntnf Ihr Herk,
v M'hy,Jnty jH lb) ftri ill 1'imilh,
I tunc All Sam ami ( Inn ler I'm, irllrr
li m owl ll MakImIS Uw i That lr llie
ili.mi fjattj In iHill Ami mabe irark tin ihr
wililfitiMA, nT fnitfinl of lln Mornl nr
r.f the lilnf ( hnrrh Alitmlnl wh rnilj
liy man) i( lib rtstmtryitieri Iml liy man,
timet (nil Halite.
nWir, TKr'V lltmwl)lr t.e rm.
iliuBi'i-t "f IMIbUr A f rs,'t I'miliwl tm,
tliMl In III i,'' llttlul nf ertun niitnnl
im-nmiiit. II wu nRnl jj, wm nails nf
jlrii, Maiuthtisctti, ml lewn it sslilnvt snil
w i iliihlrtn In lbiton. lie mo a memlwr
i if the Honolulu Ktiln, vtlititli fnniny Inlte
rharr.e ctf Ihr funeral. -Cllyof Syrtnc) artlv.,
I'linulnc Aiismlltn tiess-. nml hiiillng lour Ms.
1 1 "do' llit tnwn. -I'ttll dttrutUnee ut Ihe
Mhy, Julr ; lllue Murnti) Mr.
I.r 1 atnt' funeral looti n ftiim Si. An
illrw't Cithrilml. the Honolulu Wile fll
tended and intiched n llic Rtjvr, pirefileil liy
the kind - Miss Josephine l'orter tllri finni an
ineidose of buiUnum, taken on hcrnitnrc
nnlliil) to rrliese ihr m of plcuilt) --
rhf llojlil of ManiKcmrnt of llie Ihtnilan
Acilnillural Soctrty met thl rcninc am
luniacinl romitlcraluc limine ; M'linj; a
nUr mnlil to llitun Kcnllnaml Von Mullet,
of Melbourne, in recognition of lil mnnj- fCi
of ienl ami coiilitiititi; Ihc prtHlilent ami
eetctni a roninuttee tor;i tlirnucli the irle
lut ami finally determine auariN.
riift.Uy, 7r Slk .MattjMMnnnimuriiler
Cap). II. M. Ha)taiil, I no of the Pacific
I nail Sleamthlp Companj'n lfinicr (icoige
W. I'.Mer. Captain (kiIiIiiir returiit. a chief
officer. I'urter McIjiic, liaiing reigncil, i
virceeilnl t) Mr It. T. (,muil, a .nn of Itcv.
'ltidin.M CujiiI, the rlfticnt MetliolUl
pieacher. Mr. Paul ItenhtrK, Mr. ami Mr.
J II. Alheilon. Mr. Chut Spreckeli, Mr. anil
Mt J. A. Soper, llev. V II. Klcc, Mr. II.
I- I)olpe, ot Ttoilge, Swcenj Co., San
Pranciico, Miv Henry lletuer anil family, Mr.
. V. Horner ami fmnlj, Mr. Henry Corn
wall and several other. Queen Dowager
KnimiR!eta garden part) at WniUU, at
trndetl lij Piince Oscar and the officer of the
Vanadli, Prince (tinvannl and Ihc officer of
the Vettor Pnani, lij the Wing and ly mm)
citlien and cilicnee, both nitiie and for
riSn The Mitlpou bitng the news of the
dcith of Mi. I". T. Lenchan in Iinilnn. 'Ihc
Vaiudi fires a uliilcof 4 gun for the hittli of
Prince Otcar's nephew, child of the Crown
Prince of Sweden and Xorwa. Word lirought
by Manpoa that Morning Star was wrecked at
Kuuie, all it crew aed, and on their way
lionle mjajun and San Trancuco. Minis
ter Clibwin spend omc of hi ill gotten giln
in a lull to the Swednh prince, largely not
attended by Honolulu society. The Iar!oa
arnte j Mr. Clau SprrcLel land i and in
dulge In eulogy of certain townspeople, whom
he ral.s ol at liar and descendant of dogs ;
U'tJntsJjy JutjrQlh lluthd.i) of Queen of
-iSwreilen and Norway. Twelve Germin libar
er brought to ji'tl for refusing to work on
Waianae pUntation. Joseph Sykes Webb re
tire from the foreign office and Colonel Iaukea
resumes his duties there. The fat Iwy still
live. Some excellent sense talked in the house
by Messt. Hishop, Isenlierg, Smith, Dole and
Kalua.! he King's Guard and The Prince's
Own drill bj the light of the moon. Wlnl's
up? Incipient fire on Nutianu street promptly
rhurtJay, fitly lolk St. Albins College
examinilions legin. Second day of the Ko
hala murder trial. 1 he Vanadis sails for Yo
kohama. Inquest held on the IbkI) of Miss
Porter ; finding xs announced in presious
The Klikitat and Escelsior are ilischarging
their lumber cargoes at the Usplanade.
The William Mudgelt expects to leave early
next week in ballast for Hoyal Koads, for
The Queen has alut completed huding
sugar at the Pacific Mail w harf, and leas e to
day for an Trancisco.
On the Apollo's completion of her unloading
she will come in 10 the wharf for ballast and
then haul nut into the stream to await unlets.
The Discover) anised oer at San 1'ran
citco, June afj, in 16 day paisage, and the
Cnnnielo on the iSlh, S days from this port.
The Jennie Walker, lying at Judd's wharf,
will lease on Wednesday next, the t6th in
stant, with missionaries and supplies for Ml.
The Clan Orant is still at Hiewer & Cu's
vrhatf, discharging, on comlction of which
she will load for San Krancivco, to get ofT
ataul two weeks hence.
The destination ol Ihc City of Paris lias
been changed in Singnpore, for which port she
will sail on completion of her coaling, prolt
Hie Wm. G. Iiwin ha discharged at
Sorienson't wharf. On the departure of
the Mariposa she will haul to the 0. S. S. Co's
slock ami load with diptch for San Trancisco.
Recent advices report the withdrawal of
the steamship Cilr of liaise as the ncfesscl
in the Portugese Immigration service. The
mail due to day will piotnhly give definite in
Aropot U the Cattet-ltcumon article, it is
an Interesting fact that il was an Ohio Carter,
inrratvr of tbc lteiublican Convention held at
Chicago In H6o, who gave Ihe lopiiviie mini
bet of vote from the delegation he represented
to nominate Lincoln. It it alto worth know
lug that there are Jj.ooo Caiteis in the Unileii
1 1 1 -
Dr. Martin llagan leave on the steamer
Muiposa for a visit tu his home lq America. It
tt lu lie hopeil he stilt not forget to iclum to
Honolulu, u the l-eople, In a few ycats, have
leainnl lo ctlcein him, not only as a achoutly
phyvlcian, but at a genial gentleman.
'Ihe iympathi;t of the coimnunil) have Uen
drawn towards the several atlliclnl families
tlrptiin) ut iclatlvei during ihe past ten iU)
-fust ihc drowning at Kapena, then ihe Hid
den dcatlst of Mrs. Passenger am) Mr. U:
Favor, ami that of Mist Porter,
On the first ug may be found tome notes
on on 1 cut K-riialical arvd a few Jottings of
lite runs. The dclajcl Irgislitlie iirosxvb
log of last week appear on ihe fourth xigc.
The lase ball icportcr of the I'tcst wat to
eacilrd by ihc ekcellcnce nf the game last
fr'trurlh of July lhal he hat been unable In calm
MaMtlf siiafeciVntly tu writ up Ihc account
nf mi irnirrtiirid.
Iffireae-iifei! I rimtltt
I lie II wloii fraiiseilpl of June Ulli In n
tnlig aeeimnl of the "Inner Krunlnn held
Wolimn, Mnwttrhusrti, June lllh I he
itoiint IwijirM follow "One of th
inmt nolahle famll) iattirrtiisr which li
ever lnkn dnrr In larlmtt wit tlrxt nf
Ihr Cnllrr deeemliil held nl Woliuln )M
lerday, June lllh The Iwglmiliig of the
moremetit whlfh rwullei! In Ihe oecuiton
dalrA lawk itsnul) llnrc yrwr I Imt I lie firt
prMtleal step t taken lt Seplenilr, when
a pirllmliwr) meeting wa held and dtfinlt"
plan deeltlesl iion Olmrt were ehrwen,
and a cftnimltlc piinlMl in er tint these
plan werr prneil) eanlrsl mil. It w-ns de
11 mined llml Ihe pteenl year, the two litui
dinltli annlveriMi) nf the dcvilh nf lte.
TnoniA I'Attet tbt ftrt mlnllfr nf Wolwrn,
anil llie prr-gnlwr of many of lltmc In New
Pntthinil lmirliig llml iKimr sIkhiIiI witnew
lh flm Ikmll) ffimenimn, nnd lint It should
Ik lieM In the vfty plsee nf hi rutty 111I11M11
" I h pln tlhl mil simply begin and end with
the lilpa of th mmrenlliini their was a puixise
N)tnd lht. 'I he ipillieiiiig would bring In
gellier fmm .ill puts nf the union repirenla
tlw of the senlteml branches nf the fsinlly
old filend coiild once more be brought face In
fsce. and new ones would be rnvlc I the lie
of kinship, hmveser distant, wntilil be welded
And HrenRllienetl, and the ancient Mom!, ill
sertril dining the pist Iwn bundled yrars into
Innumerable (Inmicli, would flow ngaln in
one eommoii cmrent. This would seem
enough t but the Committee proposed to make
llie occasion sulnerse a mote pctmanrnl put
pose, thst of furnishing lire foundation and
tiidiiiientnr matetials for a cnmplele history
and genealogy of Ihc Carter fitnllt. Ih pie
liminat) work ha nlrendy Well eiforintit by
entlj N'ew Kngland historians, and some faml.
lie hail kept their line of generation clear, but
hundreds of the nxnic can go biek but two or
three gentiationt, leaving a gap ofmorethana
centuty to fill. In close this gnp, to untangle
Ihc knots of relationship, and In mike cleat all
doubtful points, is now the important woik
which those interested hxve'ct themselves In
" In the ycir tfipo the (leneril Court
gtanteil a ttact of land to the town of Clnrles
town covering the present site of Wobutn,
which for two yeirx liore the title of ' Cliarlc
town Village.' November (th, of that year a
commission wis appointed ' to set the bounds
lietwixt Charlestons and thevdligeand to ap
point a phce for the village.' At that time
the whole count!) lctwecn the two place was
an unbinkcn wilderness, and the sole guide fot
the hunter or settler was the cninpis. The
commissioner werconce or twice lost while pros.
ecling, and on one ocrvsion suffeted severely
from going astray in a snowstorm. Ilied-i)
following Ihc appointment of the commission
Ihc Church of Chaileslown selected another nf
seven persons to sic to the erection of a
church, Captain Johnson, one of the seven,
decliting that it was 'as uunatutal for a right
New Knghnd man to live without an able
ministry ns for .1 smith to voik his iron with
out a fitc.' When the commission laid out
the bound nf the 'village' it was supposed
that but few would rare to go so fir into the
wilderness ; but whin n meeting was held to
ascertain, so nun) signified a desire to go that
public fear wire expressed that Charlcstown
would be depopuhted. We do not learn that
this fear had any ctTect in keeping any of the
adventurous settlers at home, nor do we know
exactly how many immigrants there wcrclnthe
' Village,' but there were enough at an) rate
to push the movement for the election of a
"Two univ ailing attempt wcte made in
the autumn of 1641 ttn secure a minister, nnd
the commissioner and people were alike dis
heartened, for in those days there were no
theological institution to supply the demands,
slender ns they were, for spiritual teachers.
Hearing at last of Mr. Carter, who was then
living in Watcrtown, the commissioner piid
him a visit, and at last secured a promise from
him of occasional help. The church at
Chirlestown gave permission for services to be
held at the 'Village,' and on November 21,
16.1 1, the first sermon ever punched in that
ixirtion of the New Kngland wilderness was
delivered. There is no record nf the place of
congregation, whether the little meeting was
held in one of the newly-erected houses, or
whether it took place out of doors in sonic con
venient spit. Mr. Carter who was then
hardly more than thirty years of age, took for
his text the wonU from Jeremiah iv, 3, 'Thus
saith the Lord to the men of Judah and Jeru
salem, llieak up )nur fallow ground, and sow
not among thorns.' Two week later he
again preached to the people, who were so In
tent upon securing his permanent sen ices that
the) set about building him a house. In 1642,
June 5, the settlers, who still retained mem
bership with the Charlcstown church, asked
for a dismissal and leave to form themselves
into a new society .
" On the 14th of August, 1642, the Tirst
Congregationil Church of Woburn was estab
lished with great solemnity, most of the promi
nent clergymen within twenty mile being pres
ent, among them Messrs. Symmcx and Allen
ofCharlolawn, Wilson and Cotton nf lloston,
Shepard of Cambridge, K'iot of Koxbur),
Mather of Dorchester, and President Duiulcr
of Harvard College One of the magistrates
of the colony was present, likewise, 'for the
prevention of ettots and ptoceedings that
might breed divtutbance in the common
wealth. The inembets who wete to constitute
Ihc pew society wcte only seven in number,
but they were earnest, God-fea:ing men, and
formed In lhcmveve a foundation that could
not lie shaken. On the 2d day of December
following Mr. Carter was ordained. The
exercise of ordination in those days were no
light mailer, comjured with those of modern
timet. Johnson, In his history tells ut that Mr,
Caiter ' exercised ' in pra)et and preaching the
greater patt of the day, after which the elders
continued in prayer, and the laying on of
hands, with other ceremonies, followed.
"Two months before, the General Coutl
had passed a five-word act 'Charlestowne
Village is called Wooborlic,' so that the town
and church had almost the- same beginning.
The church building itself was of the most
humble disciiition. Its pnttt were driven
into the ground, Instead of lieing mortised into
sills, and, the toof wat probably thatched,
llie hell, procured later, wat not placed upon
the iMiilding, but was hung upon a hill near
by. Thirl) years later it wat .taken down,
and a second building wat creeled, fort) led
tipiarc. 'this stout for a century- Its frame
uatlnultof massive oak, and the windows,
well fortified withjrnn, swung on hinges, like
doors. There were Imt two new, on the lloor
of ihe church- the minlvtri't pew and Ihc cw
for Ihc dcacons'.wivcs. The remainder of the
space was taken up by ordinary seats. Subse
quently, Iravr wat granted Col. Jonatlun
T)ng of Governor Andios's Council, to erect
a pew at hit own cost. In 1716 the town
gac leave lo the daughters of the four prlnci
pal families in town, to erect a pew, with the
understanding that it should I the property o
the (own whenever they should leave li, So
much dislmbance did their granting of this
rcipjest occasion, lliat the town wat oUlged to
iccoiisldet its action. On Ihr east and west
ada of the church ran two long, hard woudtn
, r uirr.n
I lfeiHnrilbfr 'ffiiilfnH
ilienche fuf llielmy, wlmli null liAse bien
1 . . . . ... 1
vcrualile seals "I I utiin iiiirinu lti iciiimi
exenlses of the SabbAilt iiA)f thii l(iue
' I or 1 flirty t )rnis did Mr c mirr mini
ler In the apltitiMl need of In people, nml
when AQr nnd Infirmity hrgntitell iimnhlm,
the ncllon 'of llie society showed liow deep a
hold he had uimii ihHt aflrnm
I he aicoww goes nfi to desfillK1 lite recent
RAllietlng as (oltowv
" litit; before ten o'clock; Ihe ibvtfnf the
I'lrst t nnr.iegdllninl ( hureh ihr inetllnfl-
plat for the occasion weir thtnwli open,
and the liody of Ihe limiw nently fill!, ltd
Interior Iwd been laMffiilly ilrcnrAtnl by the
resident inrinbets of the family, the wwk Ami
atinii(einrnla Irtvlng bent lugel) eifoiinl
by the bullc. And bete lei u imy llwl
much of the liitlllug spirit of the alTalc wtis
owing to llie ladle. Much of llie litstnrtnil
ImfiitinAlloti wlihli rhv lie ptoetwrtnga In
tetest vveie imentllictl fioiu the nM town
records by Ihe rtllent reaercheA of Mrs.
Alfieil (!. (nilet, whose band wti ao prn
ininenll) seen In all Ihr local prfiratlnu for
llie rvoil. '
"Among the rldetly icopl prthent wetrT,
II. ( Alter nf llmloti, elglily )Ar okl.Aud ill
venerable Jacob C'ntler of sprlngficld. rlghly
eight )r.r old, who enmr on rxprnwlr l
like putt In Ihr occasion, Among those also
ptesenl was a lidy who Illustrated the Caller
pluck li) dtiving J5 mile In an iin dining
to attend Ihe rxetelse.
"At ten o'clock Ihe gilheiing wn r-tlled lo
order by Hon. II. A. P. Caller, minister
plenlpolenlraty to Iho Unileii State from the
Sandwich Ulinds, and Cailet' Hind, under
Ihe direction of 1 homi M. Carter, petfotmed
In an exquisite minner the nvcttute lo Norma
-hyllelllnl. Praytr follownl by Kcv. ClAtk
Carter of I.iwrcncc, Mr. John H. Carter ol
Wolmm then announced the officers of the
meeting ns follows 1
" President, Hon II. A. P. Carter, Wash
inglon, I). C. Vice president! Prcsidmt
I'r.inklln Catler of William College) Jnmc
t, Cattct, New Voiki Scv, C, W. Cntler, I).
I)., New Otlcinsi J. I!. Caiter, Irenton,
Mlsviuri) II. Skclton Carter, M. I),, New
VotUi George It. Carter, I-eominimleri Cal
vin II. Catter, Wnlerbur), Connrctleiit) Dr.
M. W. Carter, llelleville, Illinois; Hon.
Solon A. Cntler, Concord, N. II,; Kev,
Abrarn llcach Carter, C, l) New Vork; Dr.
J. A. Carter, Itoolhbiy, Maine; Walter S.Cir-
let, New nrk; Hon. T. G. Cntler, Chlcopicj
Alfred G. Carter, Woburn; Woodward Catter,
Philadelphia; Charles II. Carter, M. D.
Clitc-igo, Illinois; llev. Chitles A. Catter,
Past Wnrchmi; Hon. Henry Carter, Haver
hill, 'secrctirics Itcv. Clirk Carter, Iiw
rence; Kcv. N. 1". Carter, Quebec, Vermont.;
llev. C.r.Catter,Manchcsler, Newllimpshlrc.
"An addics of welcome, in impromptu v ersc,
w as read by Itcv. Ditiiil March, the pistor
of the church, which was extremely Inpp) in
its local allusions. "
The president briefly and fittingly respon
ded. He tenntked that it (nil somitimcs
been slid that it nnde no difference who a
man's grandfather was; it was what the nnn
was himself. It did, however, sometimes
matter who 11 man's great-grnnitfulher was,
and those present had come up to testify their
admiration of the character nf their ancestor,
lo thank God that they hid retained
some of his characteristics, nnd to hold
up tin: lives ol the. lathers to their child
ren as sources of high nnd holy inspiration.
Referring to an allusion of Doctor March to
Woburn weather, he said that, although a
native ofa Southern climate, he had never
found more sunlight in the c)c or warmth in
the hand there than in Woburn, He trusted
(hat the present meeting was not the last, nnd
when they departed they should carry with
them rt sweet and plcascnt memory of the
kind words nnd plensent faces which has made
the occasion so delightful.
'1 he president then introduced Samuel
U.awson Carter of Paris, Maine who delivered
a very carefully ptepatcd genealogical addtess.
He spoke of the peculiar difficulties under
which he had labored, and gave n most in
teresting sketch of the life nnd labors of Itcv,
Thomas Carter, covering some of the points
we have. ahead) given. Mr. Carter, we ate
told, is supposed to lw a descendant of Will
iain Carter, of the time of James I., who was
granted a coat-of-arms by that monarch. He
was bred at St. John' College, Cambridge,
and came to America, in 1G35. At that
time there was a strict law against the emi
gallon, without leave, of the representatives
of the liettcrchss of people, and )oung Car
ter, to evade it, shipped as the servant of
George Gp lings. He landed in Uoston nnd
went to Dcilham, where he married Mary,
the daughter of Timothy Dalton. A ) car or
two later he removed lo Watcrtown, and from
thence was called to Woburn, where he
labored for thirty-six )cars. He died Sept. 5,
16S4, at the ripe age of seventy-lour, leaving
eight children. 'Ihe speaker alluded to
several curious discoveries made in the course
of his investigations, the resulis of wliKh were
punling In the extreme. One of these was
the fact that there were four original Thomas
Carters, all contemporary, three of them
living in Chatlestown, Besides these there
were Jacob, Joseph and John Carter, all liv
ing In different parts of the country. One of
these, Jacob, who wat in Virginia in 165,
brought over the Garston coat-of-atms. One
thing sjK-ci.illy notable he had found in hi
researches, and that wat that the Carters were
remarkable for their longevity and for the
good size of their families. One faind) of thir
teen children had all grown upto men nnd wo
men. A largeaiiountofgencalogicalinfonnation
was given, inlcripcrsed with incidents and
1 he poem of the day, which was written by
Mrs. George I Chancy a Leoinindcr Carter
--wife of Itev. George 1, Chanc), formirly nf
this city, was then rcatl by the president
The concluding lines are xs follows :
My filciuli, tba lime must coma whtn wt shall ku
As distant as tba limes nhota was t ilrram.
Thl, life of cummonpUia and busy diva,
Our modes of thought and tittcih ami all our wast,
Onr nn adornments, rich, artistic liomts, -
I b simple gown our liltU maid becomes,
VAIIl all seem antbpialed, iUa!nl and uueer ;
Artiwic, then, ih present rww4uea,
And ma, but shadowy forms thai, dlmlv seen,
Wet bian and died, and filled souie s;wc bcttccn.
The sweel mementoes ttul about US ha ;
If w repeat not lo our crowing sons
What si base known of our departed uses.
S let us 4ini, in colors clear and fast,
F!b well known present on th tulf known past,
And leave the children t children yl lo come
Use, brv ttwditUa of th ancient home,
fur, c4tt wealth that mortal uuy bueal!i,
None lias sush tauly as the fadcta wreath
Of llonor'a laurel And of Virtue's re,
VhUh Alia! L,t on patents' wotth bestows.
And as tome blushbul sU)ltower Inth meads
I raced by lis root to sweeter clusters leads,
So llv ihin thread of our aurrtlrat tin
Laadt us to other homes Ihan yours and mine
On blossom reddeus on MoiitnoVl hill,
While on by CorytoouJi lingeit stilt.
Ilsrt, heAfty creeling la our Southern tin
I or, us let new and bearer tss begin.
The )eat Klinj Cruilesbcfoca the Limit Lneli down
And left la r.iifLsnd but an empty cro-rn,
Itrougbl a bras a cousin, lo Virginia's sod,
Farfromtbe dU stilf and deep ImmoiL
Ixmg may lb Unilly b rtarej Abslct
I u has Us bolder t spread wo every side,
rhe IOikIwys. Kandolphs, f uihoahs, Ixeians, l-ei.
'fh JlrastoisH UUdtns, nsaoy tush at Ibcsa
0 10 lb Cattets mothers, weslheartt, wives,
And aaany u Ha,! that he'Xi so anipe tbtlr lives
Yrvm WobsuVs fasooag to SJiUp-y Hall
float plaild Caailts lo royal jaalts't Hood
: 11 lllie lit 11 ( f u I I rf all
l .r 1 1 it I I III I I "I
N 4 .i.lr h.ii, ,11 N . vt illmw li. rrr I
Put wlwn . r ss llie iiir falhut ilar.l
Ami nV tha Knmthlr Anitilm y mlh hail ihafasl
At Iba ,iU tlartlan mAn if nni w)i ml
Ibcr Ubbanl, hi rff nr ninfl mi n kiph,
HiAfhtt At the linnf wtlh rtwrttnH. h-1 liaml. and w
Art In tmr raiKar noiwa, ana famtls
After lh poem lit followifrf hymn, written
h) Ml. iMhrllA CAIttt KlieMilt, tftMsunn
Ah "AitU I t
Mo priMtrf Hnaaaja I nam,
V bmai no nayal Ihw,
TIM mnm, IWtk anal notv tm,
In am tiiruaalim tbtna
Y eaxspf sfr1l ltAssrtarlataa) iMtn sirs,
T fissM Aratr1 Hum 1
Oaa abrnnVf rttd tad) 4Hnm m all-
VVrnstbt lbs nam ( rlO) InH,
A ad rfn tw 10 1 las nttofil pfaaas,
On aw N nlail aptt.
A lagary m arrrtnn, wl ,
I Ifm will and nma ia,
lliat atae alaaaf enrAaa ernatfatinj ol
Alanf th Catter tine.
Kites to KtMt Inrwrftanaa
In HI.mmI amt runw ami fan,
ItnarJ aatll lha I mat ynnr aim iMqiMSIbtrl,
UraVvM iba rattar mnw,
C, . I mirr of Qnlncy, lira forteapondlnt;
tectrlat), prrfntl, In lathalf nf llt ntcctl
live OHiimiilee, the cnmtihitlnn nnd by-hw
for the orgnnlMllon of Ihe Carter family Ao
cistlon, the object of which were stalest to be
to collect Inform itlim reelecting the Carter J
f unlly In It different lir.mclie. All detcen
limits of Ihe Cailer linstfue me cnlitleil lo
inciiiberslilp on payment of one doll-tr lo C. W,
Cntler, 40 Water street, Hostnn. 'Ihc re
tnrv im'ed llm imiHitlnncr ofisAtlv tfleinbershln
in order to fiirwinl the work. On inoilon of
(,, C, Catler of Ijtlca it vvn voteil lo liicor)i
rate Ihc nssociallon, and the following list nf
officer wis remrled i
"President, lion. II. A. P. Carter of Wn'i
inglon, D. C. ; vice presidents, Jamea Cntler
of New Vork, Itev. I ranklln Carter, president
of Williiin College ) corresponding sccretit).
C. W, Carter of lloston ; recording secrrtnr),
A. W. Cnrter of Newtnmille, Mass. ; trea
surer, C, A, Carter of lloston ; genealogical
committee (with power lo add), Siinuel It.
t'nrler of Paris, Me,, Ihonias M, Carter of
lloston, Simiiel Cnrter of llrooklyn, N. V,
i.i:oiii..iti ri: ruuvnr.nt rs.
(CONIINIM'.I) I ROM inmtTII MAC. I.)
TIIURStlAY'S SF.MIOV. rOttTY-Kir.il I 1IAV,
lte)ort nf standing cniniuittccsi
lly Air. Wilder., from standing coinmltlw
on the following petitions, telating 10 Knhunts
practising without n license, confinment of
leper, magistrate for Kalawao; be laid on
tabic; nlsn lor a foreign doctor nl Knlawao,
resident physician at Waimea, Hnn.alci and
Kaolauoa, nnd Hnna, erection of hospitals,
furnishing medicine ftee to Hawaiian, be re
ferred to board of health.
II) Minister Gulick, relating lo the light
ing of streets. I .aid on table. Also, relating
to a petition lor a man carrier at l-ainnu,
saw to be efficiently attended to, nnd another
is not necessary,
lly Mr, Aholo, two petitions relating lo
intoxicating liquors, be laid on table.
President ithodes read .a letter received
from the fourth of July Committee inviting
the members In attend the celebration.
Resolutions nml bills were pttsentcd as
lly Minister Gibson, that when the As
semhlv.ndiourns torlav.lt ndiourn over ft)-
day the 4th until Monday the 71I1 as nut of
respect 10 ine ccieiiraiioo or inc t ourtn.
Ill Minister Neumann, In prohibit the
smoking of opium, relating to gaming, to
prohibit" the roaming of minor children on the
streets nt night.
II) Mr. W. O. Smith, relating to .a na
Hills read first time:
1!) Minister Kitpena, relating to the eftab
lithmrnt ami regulation oC national liank.
Ordered to be minted.
lly Mr. C. llrtiwn, relating to jurors.
Pa-scd lo engrossment. Alson regulation tdi
amend Itttle 42 of the House relating to voting
The motion of indefinite postponement was
voted on ns lollowrs :
A)es Gibson, Gulick, Kapena, Neumann,
Parker, Hush, J. M. Smith, Kaac, Walker,
Mactatlanc, Kaulukou, Keaii, I.ilikalatu,
liakcr, Amara, Kaulia, Aholo, Kamakele,
Gardner, Nahinu, Knunamano, I'aiohau, Ku
pihea, Nakalekaand Knnoa. J5.
Noes llishop. Wilder, Dowsetl, Judd,
Widemann, J. U.S. Martin, f. llrnvrn, C.
llrown, Knlua, llichardsnn, Kancalii, V. O.
Smith, Nawahi, Hitchcock, Kauwila, Kau
bane, I'dipo, G. Drown, Dole and Itowcll.
Order of the da) :
Third reading of a bill granting a gas fran
Third reading ofa bill to repeal section I
chapter 90 Penal Code. Indefininitely xst
poned. Adpirned till Monday.
SESSION I ORTY .NIVTII DAY.
Ihe following petition were presented ;
lly Mr. Kamakele, that the minister visit
Ihc other islands and see where the money is
lo be expended on roads, bridge, etc.
lly Mr. Unwell, that tliclcpers be sent home
and cared.forb) theitjfricnds; lint $i22Jlie paid
residents of Waiamea, for work done on the
roads; that road tax be kept in Waiamea.
lly Mr. Mott Smith, from S. N. Castle, that
there be no expenditure for carnage, etc
Keboits of select committees.
lly Mr Kalua, relating to $25,000 for mail
carriers, the same be increased to $2G,5O0
Uy Mr. Aholo, minority report relating to
matt matters between Hawaii and United
States. I-aid on tabic
Reports of standing committee.
lly Mr. Dole, fioiu ludiciarv committee, a
bill relating to fisheries, be laid on table ; also
a petition relating to voters, be laid on table ;
also a bill to amend Section 1476 i.f Civil Code
relating to tenant's rights, lie laid on table,
also, on a bill relating to appctb, be passed
after being slightly amended, also, on a w
lilion, relating to issueing passports to Chi
nese be indclimtel) naitponcd. Report adopt
eil. Also, on a resolution In remit forfeited
bail, be hid on table. Report adopted, Also,
on a bill relating lo I IawHilins going nbroad.
Ihe ineniUeis ol the committee were in favor,
nf Ihe bill being laid on table, and two that it
pass, Also, on a bill relating to a permanent
settlement for Mrs. I), I. Kinhnaka, and
same be laid on table.
Hills and resolutions wete offered as follows;
lly Mr. Kalua, that the minister of finance
instruct all tax assesors to deduct $300 from all
rvuiics liable lo taxation. Carried. Also.
tint Ihe Imard of health apoint a doctor for
district 01 i.ahaina Keieircd tosaniiaiyconi
mitlcc. Also, that his maicslv ministers
stale, the policy they intend to follow for the
imrpoM- 01 increasing llie iivrnucx nt the
lly .Mr. Dole, relating to collection or taxes,
lly Mr. Aholo, relating tq foreign mall.
lly Mr. I.iiikalani, relating to opium.
lly Mr. W, O. Smith, relating to Ktonal
prnpeil), toa police justice at .sfakawun, als ,
that the ptesiden' of Ihc Uurd of health state
whether any orders has eliccn issued luthenatt
(wo da) s, iritlrucllnglhe government physician
wnero iney snail putcnasc tneir mugs. car
ried. Also, that the same minister place be
fore the assembly a full statement of all tnU
cations for government lands and buildings
irom ivptii isi 100a mine present iinie.
lly Mr. C. Ilruwn, an amendment "whether
such pruiiertict wcte advertised accoiding In
taw, 1 tie leMiiutKin a amended wat cairldi
lly Mt.f. Ilrown, thai Ihr mlnUtrr ol Ir.le-
rior give lurllcubrs of a certain sale of laud in
lly Mr, Kan.Mhi, relating to water rights
Walluku, to amend .Section 801 of the Civil
Code, police Justice at aloliliiu.
ly Minister Neumann, relating to ihe "p"
llceof lloivolulu. .
lly Mr. Kaunauuno, relating In opium.
lly Mr. Rimell, for a leper hospital ut KaU
Hills lead for first time.
lly Mr. C. Ilrown, relating to bankruptcy
proceedings, Referred to printing committee.
II) Minister Neumann tcLilI.-ig logiming.
Itcfcnrsl to jmlieiity ctHumiltcr. Also lelatit g
tu toainliig at tilghl of minor childrrn. Refer
led to udis'uty ctMiimitteit Also, tu enUrga
the jdilwltctlon of piilku courts. Hcfeitcd In
I I inlet nf Ihe lif
t nsiilMiinon I il n propmiiiin lull in
rommillrn or the whole
I I he foUowlnit Item were paasril 1
Mail CurrfettA $r,vviiin
Im-liSmali rW OnVt n.vnw
loaAl AsrtrAy iintar , i'vuai on
ftlartrM tatcsthon raiallan i.atnan
AlAry JalliK (tabu prim, tWn
Oajaril 1 Oabn prrfsn jsm
Diipftirt cprtanmirt. ., fa ,,,
ltrrjft of wltet crmmifllea.
lit Ml (1. Itrnwni Rctatlnu In n Mil In
nKMNtte mall eonimttnlcallim Iwtween Hawaii
and Umtnl Hlatr, lie laid on table Tlw tr
MJi of thei cammitlatt was acceit. ami I he
ittlrwlll ft armefal nrdrf nf llie day feir Saliir
I Nik til renohtilcma weir nift ted at fnllnwat
Itf Alt, Unlet lirlatfntt to llir aaanamrm
fif lata,, Uml to ptiiliibll firnvnika.
uy ,ir, niMinii iitat un minmcr 01 ine
Interior ral lh ttmonm nf ton. I In rocrlred
In the niMital of llnnalel, and llie nrnounl
lly Mr. Illlthroeki To amend etl(tn 71
of Ihe Civil Lil itnttlnu lo lnHfl.
liy sir. rrttvntirit iimi trie minuter nf the
Interior litewtnl n list of all land Icawxl or
wdd lltMMlty, Carried
lly Sir. MHItalanl- 'I hat carriages lie
ruinlslieil the inertltiers of llie lioutr to attend
a picnic at Qttvttt I'm ma's Wnlklkl mhlenee
Hy iMInntler neiimnnni 'In amend aevernl
wrilont of chapter pa of ihr loan of 1880,
and ab atwloiit of chapter H), Inwt of lfl7l,
relailnf tn ralirmd.
Mr, TsOwll ittkerl for Iravr of absence un
til Monday. Grnnlnl.
Hill read first time.
lly Mr. Dalei I'o facilitate Ihe collection
of tae and made tirclal nriltr for Vltiinlai,
lly .Mr. Keani In itnvlde a mlaty of $100
a 11H111111 inr n no) wiin tun irrannt nnd no
gists Mr. fitch at the illspcntni). Imlrftii
liy Minister Neumanni To prohibit Ihc
ntno'ilng of otilum. Itefcrrtsl to judiciary
comnltttpk, Alto, n hill relating to the police
Justices' of Honolulu, Iteferrcd lo judiciaty
Salaiy Aatiataiit Postmaster General 6,000
( lerk' PosiofTicc. . . ,22,7000
I'litttnitler . . .15,000
1 he next Item, mail carrier $25,000, was
referred lo select committee n follows 1
MeMrt Knlui, Kniinamann, Kiipihca, I'aiohau
'I bird r Mi I lug of n bill to amend Section
2e,e, of the Civil Code relating 10 the duties
ol custom house officers, Passed,
Second reading of nn net lo provide for the
decent of property to the n;xt of kin. Ordered
In he printed.
WrnNMHiAY SIJWIOS PIITVPIMT HAY.
Report of committee.
lly Mr. Dole t from Judiciary committee,
relating to payment of contract laborer; a
new bill had been drawn out. The bill was
read and passed to second re.adiug In order.
lly Mr. Kauwila: Mlniorily report of com
merce committee on a Inll relating 10 employ
ers and cmliloyccs, that the bill pas.
lly Mr. Hitchcock . Relating to the item
In lull of $19,000 for toad supervisors, that
the item pass as it stands. Report accepted.
II) Mr. Richardson : Relating In the
amendment of section 16S of Civil Cole, thai
a new bill had been drawn out. Passed to
uy ivir. isniua 1 un a pctillon relating to a
mall carrier lietn ceil I,ahaina and I.anai, be
laid on the table J also for an fnglish school nt
I jnai, lie rclerred 10 education committee.
Resolutions and bills were offered n follows:
lly Mr. Ci. Ilrown: That the minister of
interior be Instructed to pay into the treasur)
all money received In his depattment from
April 1st, 1.15.;. cnrried.
Hv Wr. W. O. Smith : That the attorncv-
general present a detailed statement of dis
bursements for the past biennial period, under
the head of criminal expenses. Carried.
lly sir, Aholo: lo incorixirate the Ha
waiian Kndowment Association.
liy Mr. Dole : To encourage the cultivation
of ramie and other fibre producing plants,
nnd the cleansing nnd mauulacttirc ol fibre,
also to amend article 61 of the constitution.
lj.y Mr. llishop : To regulate the charge of
tuition in government day schools.
lly Mr. I'dipo ; To amend article 20 of the
constitution, and the election of road super
visor, by ballot.
Mr. Hitchcock read for the fust time a bill
to amend feclion 72 of the Civil Code, relating
tr hotel. Passed to second reading.
Oroer ofThe tlaj'.
Consideration of the appropriation bill.
.Mr. Kalua : " I would ask why an item lor
road damages is not inserted in the bill."
Mr. V. O. Smith: "This information
ought to lie given before we proceed further."
Minister Gulick: "I would like to have
the following twelve items referred toa special
committee : Repairs of government buildings,
icrnits and furniture for Aluolani Hale, budd
ing and repairs of court houses nml lockups,
improvement and extension to Claim jail, new
steam tug ami steam launch, dtcdging the hat-
Dor, new vviiarvssnnd repairs, Honolulu, aid
to the Koval Hawaiian Agricultural Society,
general improvement of public grounds,
squares and nurseries, road damages.
Mr. W. O. Smith : " 1 he minister show a
great deal of ignorance in not being able to
answer tpiestions alniut his department."
Mr, Dole : " It I the duty of the ministers,
for which they are paid, to present lo the
house a financial budget. This appropriation
bill is not a financial budget, it is not full
enough. The ministers ought lo be well pre
pared with estimates, they can do it, and they
Sir. Wid:mann : ' Supposing a committee
were appointed, it would be incompetent to
make1 estimates. How are we to know the
Cabinet' intentions about road damages? It
looks as if the ministers wanted to put their
work on to this house."
Mr. Iscnberg : "On returning home I am
sorry to find that, all the items In the appro
juration bill have been passed as they came in.
I thought the figures would have licen cut
down, Thereisno way of cettinc the rev
enue but from sugar and rice. I have just
returned from the coast and find that lioth ate
very low in the market, and likely to be for
some time to come. The expenditutes before
the house are nearly at much as the income.
Arc they going to borrow and run in debt?
I do not agree witli the appropriation bill, tt
should have been cut down 20 per cent, f mm
the klnc s salary downwards."
.Mr, iiistiop : " 1 nc time is past when the
Ministers have no opinions alut expenditures
1- . - .. .... .
ofthc countt), and .arc unwilling to take nny
rcsiHiiiMOHM). s ins ifiing iiic .ippiopnauuii
bill) Is presented to the house as a budget
called lor by the constitution. What is under'
stood h) budget? It is what the ministers
recommend lo lie passed. Does anyone be
lieve that the government would have w idled
lohave had It passed as it is? Why hae
they tinder the circumstances, provided for
new ofliccs and the raising of salaries? In
lh6-i ifwas provide! that the minister of fi
nance should ptesenl a budget. The) slid to, and
put in even thing that Ihe) thought was wanted
and were able to pay for, This document is
put. In as an intention to economize, so that If
ihe appropriation exceeds the revenue, the
rtsponsihiht) will rest with Ihc house. It Is
a clear instance of assuming a virtue and hav
ing it not. The budget it one of the most
important pattt of a minister of Imancc's
Minister Gulick t " There aie various
tea son why the items should be referred to a
special committee. Kstlnute are all read)
in my office,"
Mr. Smith t "Ihert why didn't )0U bring
them In here ?''
Mr, Dolei " 1 ouppot: Mr. Kalua's motion.
This assembly luve ncvet been treated before
in thtt way by a Hawaiian Ministry, 1 am
much relieved by the minister stating he has
nude cilimalrs, as this morning he said he
could not make them ; whatever mistakes were
matte, they had never made Ihe mistake ol not
defining their policy in the appropriation lull.
It is the policy of this mlnUirv that there will
be no roads or bridges made nr icpatied duting
the next two years, mat It the logical con
clusion lo arrive at on icadlni! this bill. What
is the use of )ia)itig $19,000 for road super
vitora if nothing is ajiprOlalcilfor loads and
tirnUw? DhUnv ore cvVr tee a ruore Ineon.l
alstenl ap)roirulny (nit llrtu Ihltf l lxie
igc ntinisicit tvssc itu (hiiicy rsccpi lu nuni vn
tu their iKultlont nml thlik tcinonsllilliiy Ik-
citiso invy 114 t tufl oiiJinst molt ikuicv 111
raising ubrlea, It ttcnit lo Ine lire) lav no
iiioul courage tosiioulilsr Ui;anpir)i)iUuint
am) arc triiu t thrust ihc iitanuiIlil) an
In llie liotiso "
'I h? motion to iosliwine 1I10 balance of the
Itcmt on the bill s.s lost, tint the inollun tu
icturn (lie till! to the minister nf llie Interior lu
l rtncriilvI wat cairtrtl.
The comniillci; rose and the house ailjourncil,
' ' 'I !' 'S
At poii-Slrift Chiiich Sunday mowing,
Itev, Mr. IK't will lunch. In Ilia eseiilng
tlterc nsIII Ix 3. unloii farewell iiilsalonarr nsesH
II I It') (
Iteferwisr ss ma.) Vti '! 1 1 the iiwetlftly ei
pnet UhW 1 ll I ir.1 ms If Mi-e tit I nllie f,evral
Mum a Mviwlri qui', a falling 1 m hee , wsr as
ftmts oser I m same Wrtml iif l! ya tlT favor of
its Aitvrfiar we base the nee of Ittftir rabat, trhkb wo
glea h4mv, by wtibh It will he wn Innt A wWreaat bs
iwMrlht nf eeewrta, aa raHtfared with lha aniM i)atte,
ef ihe pratlows yaw, It elinsm f e-ry article aarwa
ntwfna, wfttle fnt Ire ate nvsmtse at rneasfM wHIi Met
yssaf afrnttar peebfef Itf gain tt only aeaet ffi I awgae
and fwlPfls. Nn statures then thai wlrb lb pieftll
Ins prtrw nf tttfae, toww than evwr tstfnee disowns
lhe Istands, thai ihw dea rettas in valise mrav ibr taaw
tie nsmrtb. pwrkirl nf laat yw arVMH be tar tla, nt
roe lb rsM ibrae nantta aa consywml wtib ihe
nwnteef iWt H stM ft ttniwS Hit a
lhhg IIsai lart(sei base kaaii reesrVtert, its ihw
pftatetl hsfh rait of aeenanf srmitil h rtsnte eavee aly
fortlgfl arrival far in wek hava bfi five. Ike
W, O Irwin m4 ManpnH from San Franrfeea brtnt
lie uatsat ataaitael eatasMa Its latief bvtnft .sain to
lb let rnwHwvt, bnt nt, rndkwlbHie ..f an bv,snrfl
mwibat (ftr tmr as-uilisca, aat4 a powtsttte etHfoninf of
qnntati nt im 1r pnivfrflng ebinmontt r nnl alrnnc)
ant Atlamaar lha pr,ibaMtltb are that IM ntai
ahangv srlll be a still fstrtrW droa. tita omdltinn of
lha afar suarVts--whbSi re gcfstral llsfrwiglwnil lha
weaM la anting an aever an enVt nfssn C'aha, aa 10
matefbttly cstrtall hat can fdaallnf iMecrnvingaeaaritt.
In Inral irada mantra ermlitw nark th tame On
Inetstay hvtt I P AeVaeae held a rMjetgagees tab of
real aatMr wbsrh liermgbt lab- peVaa, stnt nf ihe eighi
let otTetail, ingMber sen h lb eat lbs, bofeew, etc , real
ltt.1 ;. jij. At lb mllgiaiei tabs, on vVattwiiiliy, by
the same parly, lha allendanre, erne (ami and rlr
lire Inwdsbind tanom Mae4ata Co. annanajoi
a itlvMeml tA $1 on per imr, wwl lb WfMee .
slrfp Co AnnowrKe aenr ftf it e statre, tm llie pt
llw 7ltnclbi, lite lit afeler Mej A asset K, ItM
month, awty be eeasaltlatfet J frvwn fsaa) Prafetvacn ilrfa
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Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Cnv nr Paris, laochtraj Bntss
WiLLAku Mlwiktt, btaplcs . Am hh
Clan (Jbant, Wilson , ...Urn bit
Qutfk, UranJt . .. Am tm
Apolllo, liohn . . Orr. LV.
Mahii-osa, l!a"ri. ..Am s
Wm. (J. lnwiN, Turner Am bgtnc
Ijigkl&ioh, 1'eltz. . . . , Aniirrn
Kl ikiTAT, Ctiller .Am tUne
Vettob Pisani, Pal umbo. ,
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
IsIveki-ool, lint bk Varum a In train
Due Sept is so.
llnrUKH, HawbL C R Uisnoi . . . .Walters
nue Aujuki 10-1$. tuckicu & (Jo, Asentt.
Pokt Ulakkly. Am bgtn Co",KTKr Furu.. Miller
h.ONEV, lint SI AtSTKALIA . Chtl
Due Au;. i, UcVfel J & Co. , Aentt.
Kkmcastlk, N S W, Am avhip Ku Iokado .
ust- - - ' ' ' " rttfcrH,
Sah Fhancisco, Unt ssZkalandia,
Due JuU ijj. HcLfctU t Co., Aficnit.
tiUC... - - .rtnnti,
ialas,Kr(XL, Wll Uk IJflllUA,.
Touit lune 1. 1. II lU.ics L Co.. Arrnii.
Jl'ttiT, Am. bttne Hazamu ....... Ilerncy
Hue 1 nau October A, 1 uooke. Agent
San ImnciicOi Am bk I C MLUkAt,.,.. Mcrr
Due. lUckfciaACo. Ai,nv
San r itAKCitco, Am S. S AtMnts:. Mon
Du July ti Irwin s Co. Acemv
HoNrkOhG, A in bk LrvLuN lUntow
DueAuuiti. C Urevjttr Cv, Aceitt,
Uoston, Am bk Maktiii Davis Hen ton
Sailed June so. C. Hrtwrr it Co., Agentt.
Nhh okk.Gerbk Thalia . ... (Dornbuhn
StIJ June 8. Castle & Cotke, Agrntt.
Klruu, Mm, Ktnj, from Mui and llavrul
IwaUm. tni.Cainron. fritm kaxuai
C K. Hihtj, stiii, Davj, frofw Hamakua..
Cuy of Sydney, Am tm, DrarUvn, from the
Colon i ...
W CI I r win. Am btne, turner, from San
I rancicu . ,
Kbl km, Ambktne, Cutler, from I'ort lown
UaceUior, Am tern 1'ilti, frwn laconuUMi
liuktma a . ,.. ,
Marion, . from Kauai . ...
Walehu, H.b, front KaluI .
Iaaii, ch, front HunaV.UA . . .,
MAjiro, Am t lU)-rd, from San Kran.. .
tJhoIiho, hit, from Kauat . . . .
Ca. ntiA, urn, frvm Kauai . . . .
Ja.Malrr, treun, fmm KAual.c,, ..
ManuotUttal, .b, from Kauai
tikdike, itnt, tt kluth, .from 11114 and way
Furtka, Am bktne, I-e, from .Sait rntnclKo
James .M Ait, stra, rreewan. tat Ksual.
r.taauiuons.'acni lot llanalct
kauluohL'sah. far llsnalel
Mar AIkc, ach, fl lldjkal anl Uuttl
r.iiAuea litHi, sim, scars, lor KAJtulut ...
I'Unur, situ, llatas fue Maul ami Hawaii
Utiua, tin. Ireruen, tot Motokal anj dlaai.
Kslima, .vh. tasll,lir toutheas... ....
WaiusaIu, ut, foe Kaissf
Wtllele, Kh, lut UlaliVa .
klniu, Hni. Kiic fjf MsuIaM Itsijll ....
twalaul, ttul, Canseieat foe Kaua)
lliwuit, sen, lur I'tiiess.eia
C X itsU,i. sim. Usui, far iiansaVua
Laltnn.s. sli. lur llaiLslel
e j VaimiU, I'l S M tUv. UetUrer,
tanict MaVee, wia. te.un, fur Ksusl
Jlary lkli, Al"n, I'aul, fjr lluatlaJ.li
k'lomSan Fraisejero, n Msn'pcaA.
iriM.ltU Mr I IliWla. Mi. II lua,
Mil 11 Istettai. t ektuiea
ar. ..ui ..Jui.ir.n s.11..
I4 n.u,,- J " tMsw. an) t'vMUren,
losetUInt fv,Mt C K ClwMlnr awl wife, '1.01a,.
UlJtUi. II laajwa, wife anj . chiUieo, V IsewlKrA I H
AUisisvM, wit. ami IhlM, W V lli, JIUs a.U
lUuer, II Cum. ill. A ifawlie. Kev W It Hk, II
M 1 m., iy ,h sieefae.
trsa Slit")", ir CSif U SyJiws, Jolr tU p
ilnuejr, I'r .Ncj-Aauia, I t'rad.C Usis., wife wal 4
CaafawW. I UsU,.wsa44teltiUieii.Alre,arh,
rrueaoAn tVa.aasai. lw V f. Iiuiii. lulir tL-C!
iMiava, K alivso, U UaUa t.UaW, '
i) , ln
'ikln ' it- I Ma At ,a .. nrritlop W S
t Hri", at ftnt I A lyr, in millfH, OrMw,
r mn htimiNtf , M'lnfyrtf l, i $ 4twm,
Hfwn of Cky tf Pftlivwy, (mm ntAfy tA t
Ma I w9M0lff IWWWraWhWy I ntaTaWlfpll WWttf 1W(
Jeasa ra, v)( p mi reeanWI AKbtsw aflnt Jaw at,
it si a 11 elteebaigtit AaKfctaaal p aa , p
am rarateael llnnarahl aatat Jatfw, 1 1 p as Jwse
at, lal itg, ,t nstn, , Ineag, itgileff, m man, W,
easaeeal an VnsefkAn wbahiMa srlth palMeel nsrtt,
latrralai.it, tbn Amaiiwtn whale bairtt aabataaJUacb,
Wtfjf HpllI nPatf plaVattMlrt WssssWIHsf wtwl tw's' VxaVsBeW lWaa
aWW ftj tw'aBnWalaF pMttr0fJrf aMaV jft BwPlaT fTfWt
fer llawalato, it cabin g naaraeei an Mill al rt
Mm frtbjta tor a IVajtttaeav
1 tt Itlhtr I kI, 1 mil,
The rablrall al N'fttffl fcir tret memtfi nf June
wa i.) Irtelt.
SoeJahl, of tlh ftf Jury ntltrft, MH lM
at ihr house in' Mr, Mo)kt, HaUsvg, a wtst
hfiye ihr usual trffte,
On Ihe 1st inaMftt I here gnHfrt from lltto
iht wffioncr I'iihtm (. laadlna, f'apt. W. M.
fnt Han I'rancrto,, rr(igfit jr, (ong of
sugar frrmi rapalliosi, 50 lont from Waitlsaa
Milt Co l'.la-itt;ert Miaa I'.. A. Arim, Mrat
C'trfg V.. Illtrrhetxk, Wm. fiejetrw, wife ami
Otatr, rrosstt I'flnee of Sstaakti, rrfffsl al
llllo by way of Kllanaa at mMnhl, Jwly HI.
Ilr Ira lietn royally entertained it hntnc rent-
wl by OfOTrrtcs n! Hawaii King Kala-
kail harm; tent tip hi alesvgrit and many
good eatable ( alao a genllrman to introduce
!lioe Ik! calleil lo do tlat Ivmtor. All regret
tliat lltepriurttcftuM not liare remained tmtt,
Many of the clllen callol on him. In the
evening of the and he wm serenaded by a large
company of Hawaiian.
Ihe I'reaa' KohaUt cnrrniondent vtrltea, on
the Jrd Inatant: "Hnfaraaha come lo my
knowledge, with the eicepllon of some trlfllnc
ItenM which tlippetl my mind until after mill
lime, there hat been a dearth of Item for ynur
apcr. The weather lhl month, excepting
two or three days, ha lieen excellent for plant
ing. I'erhap I ought to mention that, through
Itev. Mr. Houston's energy, the leate of a
house lot hat been terureri in Halavra, upward
of $300 hi lcn tulitcribcri, and the lumber
ordered for a loom in which to hold the Satur
day evening gospel meeting, and aUo keep a
few papers nnd look for the iublic lienefit.
I tend )ou the latest : I'our-)ir-old see
meat man onmingt "Mamma, where does
the man gel the meal ? " Wise two-year-old,
very decidedly! " They gel lu meeting."
At Tort Street Church, to-morrow, evening
at 7:30, there will be a union farewell service
in view ofthc dcpattuic during Ihc coming
week of Itev. It. W. Logan and wife anil Mitt
r, A. Painter for their field of miMionary
labor in Micronesia. Itcv. Mr. Logan will
girean interesting account of the Morliock
Islands and Ituk, wilh the aid of blackboard
maps. The public are cordially Invited to
"Culture and IJfe," the anniversary address
delivered at Port .St. Church by ihc Itev. II.
G. Ilcckwitli before the faculty, trustees,
pupils, and friendt of Oahu College, on the
evening of the 30th, lut lsecn printed in pam
phlet form by the authority- of the school. It
it an clorjucnt and scholarly presentation of
the topic it treat and'' deserves a far larger
audience on these islands than It has m far
The Vt aw graterully acknow Iwlgea th
courtwieA cxttndctl it from Purser Comfort of
the City of SJney, and Purser Guard of the
Mariposa. AlSo, (o Mr. C. D. Gihnan, lJo$-
ton, who, through .Marshal j'arlceT end to
Rrace our office an excellent lithx;raK)h likeness
of the coming man, Jamet G. IMaine.
The Kohala murder trial was concluded
carl) jesterday morning and resulted in a ver
dict of guilty againU the defendant, Keatnu,
who killed a Japanese near Kohala some weeks
ago. His wife cicapcd punishment a an
accessory by turning stale s evidence.
The lamp post that for sccral cars has
stood in the middle of the pathway, clcpt a
sidewalk, corner of Richards and Beretania
streets, hasleenmocdacrouthc wayand now
graces the head of Richards street.
The first ) ear of St. Atban's College closed
Rev. II, Rice will preach at the Reihcl
to morrow morning.
UKEIIAX Al tamlon, KnjUnd, June islh, 1884.
F T lenchan, of Honolulu, 11 I, Uruthcrln law of
the late Frank Herbert, formerly of Honolulu ami
AuHlralia, aei 36.
FOR 1 KR In this cily, on the fth inst, Josephine,
acej;)cars, eldest daughter of J K and bllia
I.K FAVOH In lhisnt, at lb Queen's Hospital, on
the Cth Inst, froui hcmomiase of the stomach. Thorn.
d)ke Le tavor, a native ol Raleni, Mass ated t
) ears. tsT lstern papers please copy.
PASbEN'OER -In llus cils, Sunday mornlny, July 6,
Mary K, wife of Henry K Passenger, a:eI?5 )eais
and ) months.
TRANtsNtV-At the Pilot Sutnn. Moruya ""J".
March a, iBSt, Roben Mosman Traneot, a liatis.
oftUcrwKL on Tweed, nephewof the lale Cap! I.
Jllostraan of llonalultt.
It iy si iih extreme aorruw we hair to record the
death of Captain Tranent which tool, place at hit red
e'ence. the Pilot Station, cm Wednesday last, after a
swy short attack ofdurrh-a. Ilr kuif waaia attend.
A.ton the unfmtnrate rjcnllcnian 10 the laui lait all
his skill was of ho avail in staying the hand of death
Captain lalicnt,).cslous to his AjStir.lnscnl as Pilot
at th. Morura Heads (which he receised about 10
eariAgo,on.ihe deaili of Captain Koss). was far a
krrainan) ars in lha sersiceof ihe I is. N lu. a
Cosnwander of sailous steamships traduig to this peat,
ml to other ports on lh. south coast, in schidi set
sice h. gained golden opinions from the travelling
puttie, and from the oAVers ami teamen under bis
charie. Captaus ranent,as lb. oTker In (hargebf
the IMot Station, was alw ays courteous and obtiuig,
as a private rirUen. lie .... a jrnaa fovorue, aril
much esteemed by all clasaat of Ihe oooimuculy. lh.
deceased gentleman was about 55 years of age, and
leasts a widnw.and three sons and iwu dauthiet.
to mourn their loss. Th. remain U lh laraeoled
decead wen, tnlerrcil In lha lVesbslenan (!mtft,
on Thurtdss; lau, followed by a large coiseourt. of
tucruwuia, iniivis jtmre rsc'nr.rr
FFICE OF J. E. WISEMAN,
- FIRE-PROOF IIRJCR DUlLPtNO,
.Yo. V JfrtrAiINf Slrrrl. IIohhIhIu, II. 1.
Ilto 011I7 rccofculaocl Oonoral Butlaata
A;ent lis tho KtnuUotu.
Real Estata Drolstr, Ufa Insurance Agent,
Custom House Eroker, Employueut Agtat,
Slouoy Croktr, Fir lusuranc. Agent,
Aticl General Ctluest Ag.nt.
Rial Uarsra Otftarsiiiar Uuy and sell Real
F.uat trial) pans of th. KJiasiom. Vain. Re-l batata
And peosrty wf all kind; Ktwtaisi lauss. Ilossss. Vail
laget. Kiatcus isn't Land. Attend l Insurance, lasts.
KepaliU. and (.vtlesting of Kemals, !, tagal
I'atwn, of every tuiure, beaah Till. Kecurds, tie, etc
KurtivniT UiraaiMtxr tukl employneM l
all bra.ttlsetu'fndutirycCMia.rieU wub lb. IslspJ.
GaJsaML llLUnSiS AlATTtas-Keep Hoiks and
Accounts, dale t Udlt Ucwsalsd tasns Muney) IVer
mansblp, Iaigriw4ag and all kkkU vt Csyyua dau.J
IVusui. ttr. and lal. lrMasr.nsi Advevtlselucats a.4
CvrtvtpguderM, Utsudtd tiC
Lt-siotl llocsa lUusaa-Aluwd 1. al) Ensrsat
IRnafelt puwerof attansey aasj Mlirwle, JklercbaAls
wdl bo4 tau dcpartastM a spucUl Uisrfit la then at 1
attend to ti Utlisrv ssf InsiHC csattplese
Sjs.K.ITIko.VuNr tut lb. Xutual life laatiraae
Cavapuy of Nsw jnek, lha largest, graisdest a4
wauraiesi inraraw. ssniany n in wsent,
Tosusttij ai TisssUt. ba Ihas. teeklrtg pel ma
nent hoASrs on lb. kASM. will Kiwi k M iHtti flan
Uf. la cofiaaU a pertimaBy or by rttrr sbe a suuali.
.coaruuhadallons v. rruUed, and ibey wf 1 &isd si lo
their bderesl U uM ou ns for (titer! laientilin pet
isiniiu lis Iba Islands. '
(jiarHKsarn' t.Ja.be.1 tra., aUvaJ anj,afaksa
rrias.l and M! fur llawaliais CwWe, Ferns, CVral,
SbsfcS Las. Samiairas, PtuSM, leas, .10, etc, kfsyee.
tawing tu la. Isasisas.
Oi s irf t,ry oatutij ajuavAad. Ua, ssjukwusau ISve
pvlLLINGHAM h. CO.
Ifsttytsi rrteltssl in
Involrn of Unvv nnd Daalralitu fJootla
rsane4i4silM wtnlt Ibta rusiYrt,
teal a iwwt Rm
AGHICULTimAI. IWI I'l.KMEftT
We wstaU rati lb ip-tl alicnibm
HsMrt la our
I'HlfHl Dnul.lr .ttntihl llrtnnl flair,
wMtli faM laetl petnaeMrrd ibe le H id
We asm ttm itiafteal a
PILI.ItlOIIAVt BHFAKINO I'LOWS,
as it, 14 Ut wTAI are gUfig ftfrtt
11 1: jf .1 ,v it 1 .v v it n a s 1 ,r ,
Tb tesaVe vwesVty tt w Msli
are now aaiwlissfy re.
Mag are mw lfg
OI'ltNtll) rOK IMflTTriO.f AND SAI.K
AT TDK iJQSVfln I'KIQK.
Dlllliiubitnt tc Co '
OLLISTER & CO.
txrm: rur ATrnxrtiHf or tub
I'VHi.tr .t rntfyrttv Mr.nvti.txTi
n pirtlHWa tolUirh't and
vatW SMsVirtme rt ti $r
Jo retired. 'Until atknmltr5(tJ
lo Ij th fineu perfune In tb
worbJ. AH U nt (juafity.
Great variety c odors d'
and prkes, atw
(aU bapi irnd uyU)
and the target! and mott complete uock ot
erer Lrpt In thu Klrdoaia a
large Invoice of a
WAsur.u Mt:niTi:nn txn.tx ivosoe.
dirct from Enroi. fr from
sand or dirt. Agent fur
PARKE DAVIS ot COS '
J. C AYER Si COS
Horsefordt Add Phosphates,
Green's August Flower & Cerenan Sjrrsip.
Altcoclc Poroui Plaster Co.,
M urtarf. L'anrain's FlorUa Water,
Yerba Bntata Bitt.rs.
OI.LISTER tk CO.,
auralwi IHeprictorf arwl Mnfc
fasauiet-s. of the celebrated
A(tnt fair Wm. S. Kimball A. Co' '
IVutr.iiW Vanity fi'tr,
Tbbtirto ! CtgnrtUf
hieh have no rtalt.4 Tbc
lArreat attsunmeat of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUK GIUGKKJALS If SODAH'ATEK
htsA always IwNiitTt3t3niiJ aa lb
bmliatbs atari et.
sw?s. - . '
being RsajHifactured Utm u ort
taitata farvaal. t la
Nt. York. Jt
ALRATEI) WATERS w PataM s. Csab
bwpiseml baiiU atilctttej, V
WIIOt.ES.LC ft BETAIL, t, NUUASU ST,
RirrAIL, Cia. FORT MERCHANT STTS
I staai, tM 00 lU way, a raU anan of tlaa
Mtd dsfUrua qnilHT ssf
ENVELOPES, KNVI.I.OP1A, KNVEtOPKtt,
sU t Nu. S, X aaU XX U ., aubee a4 4Is ,
No. I, t a-J 5 X wkast, S. tsa, 9. so, 11. IfaMI
vaiae.vs. M.winine wwrwfm, w"mi W
teeatwa-eilaae, fsewa a H a. aal lit Ms. reavaar
TMWL tt, rMAtt'a.'
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