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totlal rooms t t Fort treet
Suuicrlbr-ri and Ad.ertlsrra will pie address,
TllOS O. THRUM, I'ubbihfr n.l Proprietor.
All matter for llie Saturday I'rrs. should be
addressed to the " SVTUKDAY PRESS..'
Notice of any events of liitetot transpirliir on
The vll .if mi'! dimmer Is) nspin lixin us.
It has come fnilt jii'I I ' w,rn nr'iimil li
lt magic we', .if re-r, litllinn us to sleep hi
the midst ol our tfii wntbl In Colder
rlimes irO)de -"ek mid-limner enjnjinent in
ihe exciiemiit of the rmwlwl mhnrc, titl
in the fitieue of tnirliticlii rmflrs : htit liere In
the other Wind will aljayn thankfully rtcel.tdmir KMniJ home we ttrrarn me aw.-), and
lor initiation. Coi respondents are requested to , dream it a Cruel fate that drives tin inm sw
apend their true names to all communications, , j or tnt for plrasute during the vacation
i,ut far publlca Hon ni-cesaarily, but a. a guarantee .. Vam h,vc h.n ttCCIUWnml to
that the writer I. aclinic In Rood ftlth.
meet have stolen away anil lilrMrn In the
nnsor.t t v i ni i i rfo..
I InnUtfl ,Veiete rOff I'.rttmlnntftnt
nt Srrrtttl tf Our I'nhllr itntl
M IOI l tOIIFi.K.
'I his Institution, unil'-r the direction of the
liMther-of Marj, clmeil lirjenily work )rj
tenlav under the most f.snralilecircinntan:.
The ctnrfllnations were hclil tlutlng Uei1n
lay ami 1 hiirwlay in the l.srpe claw room,
tehlrli wm tilletl to ncrlloing with the
friends and retails es of the pupils. The stand-
ln of the pupils lhriKip,hmit llie ennininntion
JULY4, 1M4 'l"'' 'etcat .ilonjj the teef-lwunil shore, or ,i, j.oo.1, and tlie aptness hmen hy many of
.. I liAe wiwijlit Hie sommlc 01 sisier mes, weav-(lc ni,ln,. pupils argues well fnr the care ami
I'nlnltn"! eir " llrrl.,
Satin J,iy, July iQlh In the case of tin 1
fiown vs. Cooke et al., the jury tsas ilia-1
clutpnl at IO A. M. Alter being mil all nlfiht
they lailetl to agree, tlie last vote standing '
nc rltt-'liiMiiH as thes peep fiom out iheir
iKiwetsand witch the resile ocean chafing
the beach. ISusini-n men, blisters, ptenchcis,
school teacher, in fact almost ever) limly takes
some ort of vacntiom -all, tmhaps, wie the
p'Ktr etlitori ahd nempaper men who muat,
V, Kalua delivered an tipeniii; addrcM. 1
Several leviilatnn were preacnt. C.
I lupin, manager of the Kolialj
nt rived on the Klrnu, aenously
itceiving mulical treatment at the Hawaiian I dtal artcr ,nkinK , Jw, ,, ,
Hotel.-'News come of the death of the wife L,imcll where a ,InBte latt,e ,Cl. w dr
of Doctor Walti'U of Kauai. droning among tlie wildemesa of coli.
vefif"! coniirtlon and live for acquit il - 1rrrofcCf ,ia)-ai home in watch the naughly leg.
din. A. N. Iriiip wa app.iinlr.1 Jailer . , occmionjH,. dull the p.itc-lio
of Chhu I'ruon, to take cncei nn ami after the m ,u),mIe olmlience when he attempt
fir.t nf AtiBiHt.--Tlie Italian f '! !, uw , r,eo, ,nooflieei for a paper wrapiwi.
Hlni l'iinf Mill llii afleinotiii for Man-1 Mjd,ummcr ,.n a peculiar efTKt upon the
ihi.-Tlte Queen, rrniCMa I.lki-like and pirl averai,e Monolulan lie lose, his former punc
left on the .teamer Wainianalo upon a tilp In . luMitJ oll,i e(cn ceiW, , mtM church.
Ilir leper lettlcment on Molokal. - The '-1 KvyIofi iceins Imp-iticnt lo get aa fiom
let) hill introduced in the hou by the linn, j eNef ()i lfe ,;ven N(r CtuMI, f(.,, ,,e
Mi. Aholo, wis ithiliaun this A"iInK' ,i,0 ,,t Sunday hen he preaclieJ hi fare
Mi, Dole declaie.1 till luttei) bill an lit"'' c .cnnoii before vacation, and told u all
lo the Intelligence of the home and natbn.- I lv10 can', j,cl away ai)ul ,e "Chiislian
A plcawnl conceit was given at Katmuka- Rf1ce, ,,,,.,11) ,n watm oilier ."
pillChiircliliypuplUof Makawao remalcSein-1
maty for the uciietit ol mat scnonl. lion, j There i, how cier, a charm altotit midaiim-
mer, enhinrcd by the revcry and poetry of
' 1 solitude. hIui.Ii make life eiiduiahle under the
plantation 1 m0 advere circunntance. Last Sunda)
ill, and l j ,ritrnrKin I wandered lo St. AndrewN Cathe-
tig among the wildemest of coi.wemx:u
raftcrt, I Jit down on a stone near the new
building, which teenn almost like an old tuin,
and built aircastles for an hour out of the dim
lisinnsof the ttead put. I hail noi sat there
long eie the associations connected in histor)
with the Knglish church, called forth all the
ghosts of Ciomwell'a time, anil lords and
prelates seemed to chisc one another from
aller to throne. I don't know heie this
might hate ended, for I was amusing myself
vastly with in) fancy puppet show, had not
one of my friends happened along and, touch
ing me on the shoulder, asked laconicall).
In love?"" why how? no," slid I, us
ing to cover " the soft impeachment " with a
stare of candor and surprise, " No, didn't )ou
know this is midsummer, and that evcryhod)
has left ?"-"0 that's all light old fellow,"
said he, " Let's take it walk, it will do ou
good, I believe you've be -n dreaming." So I
bad, and I find I hue not been able to unravel
the male of thoughts and inemoiies which
flitted before me in that hour. I only know,
as all base felt, that these day-dieam. are
intcrwosen with laughter and tears.
SuriJay, Inly Joh . Kev. Mr. Cnu-in
priached at l'orl Street Church morning and
rs-vnlng. His morning subject was, Some
Christian Graces Especially Needed in Warm
H'calher, and In the evening he pleached on
Ijitlciiet and Gambling from the test found
in I Timothy, C, o ; " Kor they that will be
come rich fall Into temptation, and in'.o the
s.wre of the dciil, and into many unprofitable
and hurtful desires, which diaw men into
destiuclion and perdition." The usual ser
vice's weie held at the Hethel, St. Andrew's
Cathedral and tlie V. M. C. A. Capl, N. A.
I'libp's lesidcncc on Ulika street was enteied
by a Chinese Imigular ibis morning about 2
o'clock. lit wa discovered ransicking a
bureau when the alaim was gis'en. Aftci
mmiic trouble he was captured by Captain
Tnpp and taken to the Station by Captain
.Vtii Jay, July 3 III The members of Mr
I'. C. Jones' book-keeping class presentrd him
wtlli a new black-board, which will remain
' In the V, M C. A. The suit of A. O. Ellis s.
O. N. Wilcox was tried before the Supreme
Couit, and decided in fas or of the plaintiff
fur S1200. The suit insolvcs llie sale of
some stock in Wildcr's Ice Co. The concert
at Ciiinu Square was cut short on account nf
rain. Jim Dodd's two ton roller and four horses
sseie mired about 250 j aids out, on the new
load back of Kapiolani 1'aiK The house
pused a vote of censure agsinst the ministry
by a vole of 22 to 21. The action was called
forth by a misappropriation of a portion of the
Japanese-immigration fund to pay off the Cil)
of I'niis immigration dues.
Tuwfay, illy iJn.l Th' S. S. Alameda
miivtd at 9 A.M., 6da)S, 19 hours and jS
minutes from San Kiancrsco. She brought
00 'tons of cargo and 57 passengers. On
Jul) 15th she passed the Claus Sptcckels and
on the 19th the Mariposa. 1 he Star Uoal
Club meet at Cnginc House No 2 and com
ptrted Its organliatlon. The Honolulu Rifles
held their regular drill at the armoiy. Some
native women created a dlstuibance on Man.
nakea slieet. The police, as usual, weie ab
ll'tdiittJay July 36th: Queen Kapiolani
and party ictuined . to-day fiom Kalawao.
Cueat dissatisfaction was found to exist with
the Kitchgibian administration; and an in
voligalion will piobably be ordered. Two
native Imys "were convicted in the police
louiI to-day for hieaking street lamps. One
was put to haul labor and the other sent to
the reform school. The Jennie Walker
sailed for Micronesia with Kev. and Mis.
l.ogin and Miss Palmer on board. Ke A.
O. l'oibes and Rev, C. M. Hyde conducted
the gnod.b)c sen ice.
TKwsJjy July Jjti Court Journal an
nounces a change. Rah ! The new bank bill
passed ils second reading and was ordered en.
glossed. Mcssis. Wilder and Spieckcls made
each good double team time, in private speed
ing at the park preparatory to Saturda) race.
The cabinet'lumor fiend began lo button
hole citUens this f. M. St. Andiew's guild
met last night in the room adjoining the ca
thedial, Mr. T. Is. Walker read a piper
descriptive of his recent visit to England.
'riJjy, July 36th : St. JamcV Day. Ser
vices at St. Andiew's Pro-Cathedral this A. M.
More rumois about cabinet changes t Mr.
Godfrey Rhodes to form one t Mr, Dole Ditto;
Mesns. Thomas Richard and Harry, ditto.
" Let us lie down and compromise as the lamb
and the lion the lion outside the lamb."
Jhr Ulhrr ialiiH'la.
Alioul July 25th, the three masted
'schooner Modoc is expected at llllo, with
load of lumber fur the new film of Richardson
At llllo. July 161I1. a Chlnoe child, fell
Into the Wailuku Riser near Rainbow Falls
and wasdiowneJ. The mother jumped in to
ave the child aud was also diownnl,
With t many appiopiialionson the docket,
and patiurchUil a spilit on the pail of
llie government, the Ltupahochoe liht house
is maintained at the expense of a private citi
Tlie seavm for planting along the windwaid
side of Hawaii has bcj:n unusually fasoiahle
und good slied ciups have peen put In at most
U the places, thie planter at Laupahoehce
has neaily finished planting an acicage of tto
Atlempti air being made on Hawaii to re
duce the piice of lalwi by means of combina-
lion on the pail ol the rmplo)m. Up to
latrst adsices nu one had inteisiewed Mr.
(.Iiliuman, lie will piobably prove a very
Impoiunt factor in the cae, and wilt likely
Ho (he whole thing.
Like itpeclieofevil, 1 he ever uiiMpulaita
usscttor Keko-s tides jauntil) lliiouj;1! the
Hihl district, wealing a smile nf sicken
ing hypocrisy which Kiprakt abundint
matire lchind it. Ta pijcri Jie icminded,
as they fee him, nf the slot) of the man who
lulu't intiid being tun user in anoulinaiy ua
but by a iniiiure CJit watnloie than he could
An eniritainmeiil sva uiscn at Kuwler's
Vaid last escnlng by Mi llrrex and hclpeit
in the mWsioiuiy woik. About 15a wnikmen
sitie Present, coffee wa. sescscil at 9oVlhk
f. vt. An liitcicsdng pioguinnie ol music and
uciuiion was gone thiough. Thoae piestut
espicssed theiiuelvcs more pleased and return
man)' thanks, to the promoters of the woik,
The Honolulu and the ManieU Men snip
tot the deadly id o, on the MakiU diamonj.
The Mille Club boys hive a fine place, at
their new boat house, to spend theii o(T hour
in during thii hot weather. They are fitting
up theii Im-it house in good style. Up Plaits
are the meeting and dressing rooms, with a
cool verandah all around the building. The
dressing room is filled up with 25 small closets
so tint each member can keep his traps under
lock and key. The lower portion is entire!)
used for the boats, and is admirably fitted up
for that purpose. I he 4 and u oar lioats arc
so hung from sliding pulleys tint they can be
pushed out of the way of the other boats, and
then easeil down on an even keel placed near
the ceiling. The sea-bottom around the boat
house Is of fine while sand, and has lecii con
verted into a bathing place by the bo)s. Any
depth of water can be had within a hundred
feet of the house, and a plunge from the boat-
gate is a pleasure sshich I have the privilege of
enjoying svhen eser I go down there. The
bo)S have built their house, bought new
Iwats, and are almoit out of debt. They arc
frueal housekeepers, do their own work, and
enjoy iheinselven with their friends in a quiet,
easy nnnner that make boating one of the
mo-,1 pleavint as well as healthy of exircisc-,.
Apropos, I think almost evety lody wishes
the ministr) would take a midkiiurner vacation
and continue it until the Spring of a
new prosperity breaks over Hawaii. The
devil of the Press office suggested the
other day that if the ministry want to find out
what a big torch-light procession is " just lei
'em send in their resignations," and he shook
up the can of machine oil that sat under the
paper-cutter to see how much there was left.
Perhaps all of us, liom king to office devil,
have been dicaming in the hare of midsummer,
and will soon awaken to the realities of life,
the sufficiency of truth, and the immutable
nature of justice. Iosts,
July 20th, 1SS4.
7 At Iiinporl Nyttem.
E11ITOR SaUIRIMV I'kkss Sir: That
your passport system may be made a means of
annoyance and peisecution in the hands of
unscrupulous persons was shown b) an ex
perience I underwent on taking my departure
from Honolulu the other day. The memory
of a kindly lease taking will probably be for
ever blurted by the overt act of a person
whose tricky habits are entiiely unbooked for
in a community wheie thete is s" much sim
plicity and where the acts of sharpers are com
Just prior to the leas-nig of the stcaniei Ala
meda last trip, a peison representing a weckl)
newspaper ol Honolulu came on board and
erved a custom house notice of protest against
my passport. It was backed by a bill against
the " Hawaiian Directory," and pa)iiient was
enfoiced liefoie I was peitintlcd to lease. Il
was admitted by the collector that I had a just
claim against the printing fiim sufficient to nlT-
set the bill for printing, but payment in full ol
his bill was insisted upon and 1 svas recom
mended to send down in) bill for collection,
I was in Honolulu a long time and saw this
collector several times each day, A demand
might hsve been made on me at any lime, and
any just claim satisfied. I was not appioachcd
on the subject and no statement was presented
to me. 1 supposed that the Itansactinn was
concluded, and the bill settled by the publica
tion of the prinllni! firm's adteilUement in the
diiecloiy and the delivery of .undi) copies of
the hook. Not a woid was said (o the con
traiv until the " ptolest gouge" was set in
opcialinn. 1 had just time to piocurc the con
tract out of my giipjck and throw it on the
whatf n Captain Mehitcns liefoie the strainer
left. The captain s4ekses the contrast at
lhi lime. Any advantage gained b) nicker)
may, and prolubl) It, considered legitimate by
the woithy alme alluded to but the writer
foresees that some lime he will osci reach, him
self and fall a victim to one of hu own
schemes, liraduatly his chaiactei is It-coming
known, and thcic lie those who will not
instruction they have reccised. Ihjre hue
been 250 students in ollendance during the
year, oer one half of whom aie Hawaiian, the
iftnalnder lieing Portuguese, English and
American. The clming exercises commenced
at 3 r.M. on I riday afternoon. Mr. Chsilcs
Saw delimcd the address. 'I he college land
nnd orchestra and the college choir furnished
excellent tiunic. 'lhe whistling chnrui, by
the college choir, deserves special mention,
'lhe three dialogue given by the pupils
weie sell tendered and frequently applauded.
They were as follows 1 The Rehearsal; The
Rival Speakers and Tricks in a Doctor's Shop
A violin duett was nil en by llrolhcr Ilertlcmann
and J. Lo)de. At the close of the exercises
came the distribution of premiums, after which
the band plajn! a medley and the large audi
ence dispersed. Father Sylvester and Iliother
Director llcrtram, with seven assi-lants, can)
on the work of the college.
IOLSSI cot! P.flF.
This school will close on next Mnndiy.
Thc'ex-iniinations, which commenced a week
ago Wednesday, were continued throughout
the seek. These examinations were all
written, except those of the soiinccr classes,
and the paper, together with specimens of
map-drawing, some of sshicli ate surprisingly
good, will be exhibited in the school room
during Monday. The literary and musical
entertainment which will close the teim will
commence nt 2 o'clock p. M, on Monday.
Aflcr the excicises the prizes will be distrib
uted. A military drill will then take place,
after which athletic si-otls will close the per
formances of lhe day. The chrl has 56
pupils most of which are boarders. There are
four teachers In the school as follows : llishop
Willis, leachir of theology ; W, A. Swan,
teacher nf the higher branches; A, Smith,
assistant and David Motion, teacher of the
TIIK ROVAI. SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of this school were
held jesterday. The Res-. Mr. Mackintosh
conducted the examinations, Miss Louise
llrickwood had a large audience in her room
throughout the exercises. The examinations
were both written and oral, and the teachers
deserve great praise for their industry and
pains. Over 50 per cent, of the pupils
reached 70 per cent in the examinations.
The results of the examinations have been
satisfactory and are a suitable reward for the
bard and assiduous labor of the teachers
during the past year. Notwithstanding the
drawbacks which have attended the woik of
the school, the leprosy scare, the unusual
heat of the weather, and the change in the
teaching stair for which this school generally
sulTers, the progress of the pupils is very
marked Thebo) sin iheupperdepirlment under
went an examination on paper in various
subjects, and the papers, especially the
English grammar and composition and
natural science, were very credible. The
reading and wording throughout the school
show much advancement, mainly owing to
the new readers, 'lhe map drawing was
scry eood. Among those present were man)
prominent men of Honolulu, together with the
friends and relatives of the students. Several
priaes were accorded, most of them given by
the board of education. The literary and
dramatic performance of the pupils is all that
could be wished. The school has 300 pupils,
under the principalship of Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, assisted by the following ten
teachers : Misses llabcock, Rhodes, PresCntt,
ltrown, Hrickwood, Andrews, Tannel, Lewis
and Moore and Mrs. J. Brown.
sitss coum.y's school.
The closing exercises at Mis Corney's
school on Punchbowl street were well attended.
A gieat number of parents and friends of
pupils evidenced their appreciation ofthe good
work in behalf of lhe native children done by
the principal and her assistants, Miss Luce and
Mrs. Wood. The pretty attire of most of the
children, and the neat and cleanly appearance
of all was in evidence that the supervising at
tention of the teachers has been ampl)
seconded by the parents of the little Hock.
OKT STREET SCHOOL,
This school has written examinations in its
higher four rooms and semi-written examina
tions in Its lower two rooms during last week
and the first days of this. This written exam
ination woik has been open to public inspec
tion during the past few days, and has been
creditable to lioth teachers and pupils. Many
of the parents and friends of pupils who at
tend this school have visited the various
rooms and many were present at the closing
exercises last Thursday afternoon. It is of
course impossible to give a detailed account of
the woik in an) of the looms. Hut the follow
ing curt summary Indicates something of the
results obtained ; In the infant class, to which
is taught leading, writing, spelling, arithmetic,
dictation, simple- composition and singing,
Miss Kate Mossman has 34 pupils in two di
visions. The pupils of the fust division,
having had one y eat' training, aie promoted.
Of the thirteen in this promoted division, the
following eight passed petlect examinations :
Chailcy Fernander, Lionel Jackson, Osmond
Wall, Chute)' Murray, Sarah Peterson, Abbie
Akau, Chailcy Rcwcastle, and Naawau Camp
bell, In the second dislslon, Aka Sintain was
first and Mary Beck second. The next step
upward is made under Mrs. Necdhatn, who
keeps the pupils promoted by Miss Mossman
from a sea; to two years, according 10 their
rapidity of pingtea. In Mrs. Needham'i,
loom, geography Is the only study taught not
also taught by Miss Mossman. The room has
two divUtnns and 30 pupils, 14 being pioiuo
test. In lhe first diviilin, the two highest pu
pils weie Louisa Galscr and tleitie I'elrie" ; in
the second division, 1'ie.ldy Angus and James
Crane. The next room is in chaige
or MM M. E. Winter, who is the thiid
teacher thi room has had during the
school year. The room has 30 pupils and two
divisions. All of the higher division are pro
moted, Ida Dowel receiving 95 two-fifths r
room the twi Rrammir grubs a- 1 j.1 1 '';' '' roroiin .r fittlnml.
Rose Davison and Airhie 'Sinclair l.s.lmirni I niriit Mil Rtixs Pri-s -.Si So man)'
the higher ilnnionand Oito uitarn and of o,n imssnvn nnd friends have midt ihesor
Hattie llmw n in the lower Ip 'he rliMing age to Stin I ran.-iMi In the line new steam
exercises: of the school held in Mr. S-uii ships A lamed 1 and ManrMisa ihit il set ms un
rormi, Mr. Vamdly's Inttut'ion dunne, the n. ssary to y unylliini; ab-mt this poiiion
pat ten months was evidenced tn the singing of the trip, except llau If vsur rjtpid foitune
of lhe school- partictilarlr of ihe little ones, (should hase hipperud to pta e jou iin the
I'liioughotit this school the remits nf intelh- j Alameda m the charge of t'ap'.tin More,
gent system ate neen, in ha minute concord ' you will hase learned thornaghly how the
of method, and from the lowest gtade to the! troubles and worries; of hfc can be
highest. I ameliorated and noftened by the courtesies and
Tim composition. attentions of fsithfnl and efficient officers. It
The following composition was read by one Captain Morse the writer owes the pleas
of the pupil, at Mr. Wallace's Academic 'e oftn; Victorian pan of the trip.
School lor girls, a wtek ago. t was entitled l " I rancisco mm July l.y llie
Opinions Expressed by a Teacher at a Young j steamer Mexico, Captain Huntington, for Vic
Lilly's) Semlniiy. As a .ample of the pupil's "ria with 105 cabin passengeis and 12 steerage,
teamnini' as lo what a teacher ouclit to say It , ''elides. 150 Chinamen who li-ut come on Imard
it 3 success from the sieamer fokio. The so)age up was
Ms dear aunt I unusually pleasant, the rough Northwest winds
I arris ed here in safety and j and heavy seas which may ordinarily be ex-
was met lay my genial menu auu leacncr .suss dieted upon this coast had sulisided into
Wesl'mwhosvasveogladtoseen.eand told , , ,. h , M ,h ,he
me I was just In lime as they were eiecllng , ,,, . ... ,
to havu one of Ihe "t'.athcrings" that evening, lime passed quickl) away until the third mor
which pleased me so much last yrar. The j nirg at da)light, which in these latitudes was
girls were all beie, glad to see me and eager to 1 ,lree o'clock m. when we found ourselves in
know howl had apent my sacalion. N ou L & f ,, , Herc ofr
can guess the answer I nave them. , ' ..,..
March 4, 1SS4. I the whaif at the outer haibor of iclonaawail-
I pick up my unfinished letter to tell about 'ing the arrival ofthe health officer, lie came
nut" Gathering." 1 he subjci-t was Olils jollvet) shortly and gave us Ihe stailling Inform
and Education. Our prtsident, Miss lender. Lion ,,a, aflcr ,f had left San Francisco n
son, gave llie opening atnuess. 1 win nnie r
few of her remarks.
She said : "1 think thcic is nothing so im
porbinl as gitls being educated enough, but I
do not think they should lie etlucated too much
in one direction, as a great many gills are at
the present day. " She also remarked that
she thought cookery nn Important branch of
a girl's education. As for herself, she did not
know how to cook a beefsteak after she had
graduated; and had alwa)s regretted that she
knew so little about this ait; (I'or art it ma)
well tie called.)
Miss Lane then rose and said she entirely
agreed with Miss Henderson's views, but that
lady had said nothing aNiut dress, which she
said" should he dressed plainly but neaily. 1 his
is not tliecase with two thirds of our school girls.
I do not beliese in jcweily for school t think
a pin 10 fasten the collar and n plain ring
enough, but as for ear-rings, bracelets, chains,
bangles, etc., they are nonsense, detracting the
pupils attention from the work." Anoihci
thing she said was " I think every girl should
know how to spend monc). I believe in
teaching a gill how tn shop. There arc com
paratively few ladies who thoroughly under
sranil fchrinnimr. T he tendenev Is with :i irirl.
if she sees an)lhing pretty, to buy it, whether
she needs it or not." ('1 his I think sciy true.)
She uas can example herself 1 " My uncle, she
slid, " gave me ten dollars while I was at
boarding school and told me I could spend it
as I liked. 1 was delighted and a range of
delightful possibilities rose before my eyes. It
was on Friday, and Saturday I went to town
with one nf my teachers. e went into a shoe
stoic lust 1 he clerk told us they had just re
ceived a large ins'oice of French shoes. We
en me, we saw, nut Ihty conqucieil ; lor mere
was one pair of slippers which made my foot
look so pretty that I found the temptation in
cssitiblc, and bought them though not in need
of tint style of shoe."
(Someone s.i)s os ei my shoulder that girls
should feel a want first ; and then think about
supplying it.) Miss Weston addressed ui next,
and 1 listened eagerly to what she had lo say.
She touched on some of the prececding re
marks, and then said. " there is one subject
upon which no one touched, The Physical
'1 raining of Gills. For what does it count
whether a elrl knows how to cook, is well ad'
sanced in her studio, knows how to spend
money, and diess, if she has not health the
best lioon God has given us, to improve, not
abuse ? I think all musculir exercises excel
lent, such as rowing, horseback riding and
walking, but they should be practiced with a
reasonable system and regularity." I wish
you could have seen her face hc looked so
handsome as she stood there wilh, ernest
ncss in every feature.
Anil now, my dear aunt I, must end my
epistle, as il Is growing late. Of course, I
have not given all the opinions expressed, but
have civ en vou the points that stiuck me as
being olten limes over-lookeu in discussing
three impoitant subjects.
The anniversary exercises and the annual
examination t Lahainaluna Seminary passed
off seiy satisfactorily, July gth, loth, 1 till.
The legistei showed 6S students in attendance
duiing the yeir. The graduating class num
bered 3. The course of study is arranged for
five years. Part of the lands have been rented
by the board of education to the sugar plan
tation. The income ought to be devoted to
necessary expenses in putting the school
grounds in better order. Some change for the
better is noticeable in the old cemeteiy, anil in
the toad leading up from Lahalna. Among
the visitors present was Mr. Frank Ueckwith,
son of Rev. E. Gr Ueckwith, D. D and
grandson of Rev. Dr. Armstrong, formerly
minister of public Instruction. It is under
stood that he has been, appointed to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Rev.
T. B. Hascall.
Ait imiioiliutt r.'iifiife.
During the past week an impoitant pur
chase and sale was effected, whereby Mr. S.
G, Wildei secures all the interests of Capl. T.
II. Ilobmn.al Kahului on the island of Maui, in
eluding the Wailuku and Kahului railway, the
lumberandcoalbusiness and merchandise stores
at Kahului, and the steamer Kiluea Hou the
latter portion of the purchase being turned
over to the Wilder Steamship Company ; the
price for all being (about) $150,000.
This purchase gives Mr. Wilder contiol of
the only passenger railways on the Islands.
It Is proposed to put passenger cats on the
Kahului road at once and tun trains accord
ing to schedule time.
The purchase will cause several changes in
steamer lime. The Likelike will leave every
Monday at 5 P. M., touching first at Kauna-
kiki on Molokal, thence) lo Kahului, arriving
there at daylight ; there to Huelo, to the
landing of the Reciprocity Sugar Company, to
liana, to Kipahula, to Nuu. Returning to
Kahului, Thursday night, she will leave again
for Honolulu, Friday night, reaching here on
The Mokohi will lesse Honolulu every
Wednesday at 5. r. M, for KaUupapa and
Pelekuna, on Molokal, Halawa, Puuko, Mc
Colgan's and the landing of Wong Lcong &
Co, 'a sugar p'amation ; icturning lo Puuko on
Friday. She will leave Puuko again Salurdry
at 4 A, M., for Lahalna, leaving Lahaina on
Saturday for Lanai and returning to Lahalna,
one week ( the next week t,o Maalaea Hay
and teiurn to Lahalna, from which poit she
will return lo Puuko eaily Monday morning,
then to Honolulu, auivlng hcie Tuesday
moining. The schedule (of both the Mokolii
and the Likelike) will be carried out provided
the government will pay a small subsidy,
which, il has Wen staled in the legislature,
will probably be done. Such service wtl nice!
a want long felt by the teoph of
Molokal and of Lxbalna. as it will
cent and IM.Ih Cattvi 93 ihtee-filihs per cent. ,hvUle Jw lUy pWBe aC(0), ,he MooUi
in mr row! ...., ...agK-r i,a... ivs- , chaImeI ( H,ul, lj,,, w ,,,,, mari) j,c,
eiseu yj per cciu ami i,esnc .-. m mice hatf lcci ltt.
case of smill pox had been found upon the
lokio nnd as out 150 Chinamen hid been ex-
postal lo il, we must all go into clivse qu.uan-
entine for twenty-one days. The news was
startling. It Is quite a different matter lo be
aslirry. free, aijd being confined with 3500th
rI .l 1 .. 1 .1 - t..i.:i:,..
CIS upon a snip ssneiL- llll-ic ss;is a pii.iiaiMiity
of lieing exposed lo a loathsome disease and an
equil piobibihly if the disease did breakout
thai a goodly number of our company must
die, atnl very possibly )ou or I to be one of
them. Such thoughts run rapidly through
one's mind, and it was not uninteresting to
watch how ilinerenl parties gave expression
to iheii feeling. One lady said, " I will not
remain on lioaid, I have money and friends
nf influence audi will net stop." Several
others of lhe ladies began to cty bitterly. The
expressions fiom the men generally were thai
it was an outrage, this coupled with adject
ires,of vaned degrees of slicngth. One said,
" there will be a meeting," " we cannot stand
it," and so on. All had something to say or
propose, but nollung coutu ne none. 1 nc
agent of the ship, Mr. Rithet, proposed to
the government lo place a hulk in quarantine
and put the Chinamen upon it, allowing the
cabin passengeis tn keep their quarantine
upon the steamer. This seemed to mc then
to be a reasonable proposal and now when t
thinkof it I donot understand hnwlt wasicfused;
but it was refused, promptly. Aflcr a thy or
two our quarantine was reduced to sixteen
days. You will not caie tn know exactly how
w c spent all that time, sufficcit to cay Ihit it came
toanendon the second uf July, as we had had
no sickness whatever, and you may possibly
imagine the eagerness with which we stepped
upon the whaif at Victoria, once more free.
We stopped thete only one day : it is a
beiutiful place with pleasant drives and a
first rate harbor, but as we had already been
louitecn days in tlie nt!i;libir!iooJ and had
devoured the scene with our glasses. We .were
quite anxious to get out of il fearing that small
pox might break out again and the passengers
be hunted up for another quarantine.
I wish I had your magic pen, Mr. Editor,
to describe the beautiful trip down Ihe Pugct
Sound, you could give it the poetical touch
which my plain ptose can nevei accomplish I
We left at 5 A. M. arriving at Port Townscnd
at 9. where there was an examination by the
custom house officials. Then we called at
severs" tmall towns. Port .Madison, Port Ganu
hie ann others) well known to the islinsks as
the fumisheis of cargo lor lumber which is
disliibhled all through the Pacific. At 3P.
M, wtj reached Seattle Ihe aspirant for the
supremacy of the Sound. It has a population
of about ten thousand, is full of life and activ
ity anif; looks as though it was just in ils in-
fancy From the price demanded for comer
lots I should judge lhal the owners were a
little ahead of the times. Tor instance, for a
lot of 30 by too the sum of $10,500 was
Fiv e o'clock found us at Taconia, the rival
of Seattle, and a flourishing town, but lam
not competent to judge of the merits as com
pared with that place. Here we take cars for
Kalania, on the Columbia river, and thence by
steamer to Portland, arriving at early morning
on the Fourth of July. This city I consider
one of the most promising places on the coast.
The opening of the Northern Pacific railroad
across the continent oflers to emigrants thous
ands of acres of fine farming and slock lands,
in healthy wcll-vvateied districts, wilh good
facilities for transportation.
In the valley of the Willamette alone, which
is about 50 miles wide and 200 miles, in length,
may be found hundreds of thousands of acres
of some ofthe most fertile lands in the north
west. Oihcr parts of Oregon offer especial fa
cilitles for stock and sheep .raising, which are
already great industries,
I was told that the crop of hops fiom Ore
gon and Washington Teiiitoiy for the year
would amount tn fifty thousand bales.
A good iion mine has been discovered, and
machineiy for winking it is already upon the
ground. There Is a large amount of capital in
the city, and altogether it seems as though the
future of Portland would be a veiy ptosper
One of ihe great business interests of Oregon
is the salmon packing, and, as 1 visited one
of the canneries near the Cascades, you shall
hear about It, The largest part of this busi
ness is done on the lower pait of lhe Columbia,
near Asioiii, where the fish are caught entirely
by seines, it is estimated that over five turn-
diifJTWlIe? in length of seines aie at this time
employ ci in mis way.
From 'lhe deck of the steamer as I crossed
the bar at noon at the niouib of the Columbia,
I counted 32s Iwats engaged tn seine fishing,
but I wm, (old that the laic,er part or the catch,
ng is done hy night. The season lasts for four
months, April, Ma), June and July, alter
which it is foihiddcn by law to catch salmon,
The cannery sshich we visited on the upper
Colurnbii, called the Wancn Packing Com
pany, do their fishing by wheels, which ate
placed near the shuie where the current is
sluing enough to turn them slowly. They aie
alioul ten feet in diameter, and six feel wide,
each wilh four paddles or scoops. These are
made of w lie mesh large enough to allow the
smaller hsh to (scape, and are to managed
that as the wheel luins the fish are forced out
at the side into a trough, The poor salmon
j hasn't Ihe ghost of a chance; as he swims
very rapid), A steam launch at the cannery
Is const stilly on Hie lookout fur these Isitrel.
I he fish are transferred to the Irnat, ami then
taken to the factory. When we hrst entered it
nl t r.t., there weie lully five hurdml of
these Iwiuiifiil fish, varying in sire from 5 lbs.
to 40 His i .11 six o'cliK-k evety one was dis
posed of, cooked and in t'ght cans. One of
the mosi interesting ptrts nf the canncr) was
the packing by machineiy. 1 he fish arc cut
in lengths to fit the length of a one-pound can,
these ate placed in a catiler which leads lo a
comiaitment close to the empty can, the
moment Ihe compattinciU is filled a knife falls
ami cuts nlT the fish at the exact point tc-
quired t the plunger then forces the meat into
the can and the process is ended. Hy actual
coant this machine filled foity-nine cans In
sixty seconds. From this point the cans are
first coveted, then rimmed and soldered, this
last process going on at the rate of sixty cans
pet minute. 'I hey aie then cooked for an
hour in hot water, taken out and after releas
ing the air and resoldering the small hole in
the top, aie placed In a steam bath for another
hour, when, after washing, japanning and
labelling they arc ready to he boxed. The
day I was at the factoi) they made 60 cases,
each founloen l-lb. tins, or In all 31,200 tins.
With plenty of fish this production could be
increased to 36,000 tins duly. An idea nf the
amount of business can be estimated from
the fact that 3,2(0 lioxcs of tin were used for
cans nt this factory last year.
The fish used are all of the deep ted kind,
which aie called Chinook salmon. We had
one baked right out of the riser, it made a
dinner fit for a king.
The season at which we arrived In San
Francisco was at its height lor the eatly spring
fruits, such as raspbciries, cherries, cuiianls,
etc., and some of these with pure cream wc
found veiy platable.
Another pleasant excursion on the Alameda
brought mc safel) lo our Island home, after a
seven weeks' absence, and I must turn to
work again. Yours, E. P. A.
Honolulu, July 24, 1SS4.
.(iNsin lu July. t i!S
V ir a1f.tMt m ihe mJ r nttlir nwmh, the fip.1
of the quarter, and Iwn li.l to recon) no e.iJtnceofi
improument tn Vx-al lr;u!. mil rather the tr. A
horetiil emthxk miy rt orn op, a the & mat.'
adtiiet nhrtwtx! an ImproTtil ifmlencjr H the sugar
mat k t of Sstmpcr ton, upon the account ulttpml
omly tecT.iexJ. rhi i corroboraihe ofthe view the
1'reu tooV pf the iiuar question U hon In U article
of lat Keel. The hulk of our crop ha inn gone forward
thii improved market may not bertfit us much, hut It
gii fnauraicemnt fsr future otk.
The mot important event of the week itthetateof
the Kahului Jk Wailuku Rait road arul tt earner Kilauea
Hou together with Captain Itobron't other Maul
interest and good will Itrconnectton with the tame lo
SO Wilder, Eq, lor the lum of Jtso.ou, 1 he Kilauea
1 1 on ilt be added to the fleet of the Wilder Steam
ship Compan aod a new route and time table will
thottly be made public
The Minister of Finance hat inied another thort
notice edict for (lie pajtneni of emloini dtutei tn sold.
Whete il is to come from without sufficient time given
for its impr rt at Ion since the (nil at of asubidiat) stltcr
coin which has been made n If at tender ha drlten out
whnt little of told was cunent -he does not say j and
from recent actions tt is fair to presume he does not
Ihe movement of foreign shipping have not hen at
all litely this week, the departures predominating, aid
mostly In ballast. The Irwin and l.uieka for San
Francisco took caTsioessatued respectively at $50,06! 4i
and$U,a9. In arrivals the Alameda from the coirt
brings the usual cargo of assorted merchandise, a fair
passenger list and dates tu the 15th Instant. Other
than the report of an Improving sugar market, we note
no material change lit quotations affect in our produce.
Ihe Atamed-i will probably U the nest departure
for .San Francisco, Friday, August 1st, though the I)
C Murray will try for an earlier dipatch The Con
tuelsitslii the stream awaiting freight, and the Clan
Grant at Urewir'a wharf Is now ready for cargo,
.Mr. K. V Adams disposed of several parcels of real
estate at Miction on Monday last. W. 1 1. I laWtt ad se
curing the lots sold by order of j. II, Ilrown lor '$115.,
while of the other lots put up Mr. E V, J 01 dan
brought Apsina t for $1,700 nd Mrs, Do minis Apana 4
for 1,190, Another parcel was secured h Mrs. Ulthop
OH WBDNHSOAY, JUIA
ST Id A. M , AT SIIR
RESIDENCE Or MR. MAX KOHM,
no lis. ionr srREf.r,
the household rvnsiTVitm
Th. Usual Assortment.
F. ' ,!f,itMf, Autlionter,
A UCTION SAt.B
r.t.4 ST or CHurnr 1. 4.vo.
ON SATURDAY, AUOUST ., AT l. M.,
At tabtioca, Qurta Si, Hon.luL,
Br illr.ctloa of tti CommLilaewt of
Merchant Vessels Now tn Port.
Aiasipiia, Morse. .
U. C Mi'McsY, limy.
Clan Grant, Wilson .
.Am s t
liflh, iic.,t. In Mi.s M. C. Kin.,j Lf. and K )u Ul, Mcl'klovsy up the riser, keeping elate to shore to
room, ihe nest step higher, there aie 37 pupil
in one class, Autone Cunha ami Willie
Cone) lecelsert the highest credits, the foitner
receiving 89 per cent uvl the latter SSji
nesiiaie w ign, ni... ss.sn m. own, sseap.,., , . m MU j,
.i.ii. ii .1 .,1.1 ...,. .v. I Kinney room, the map
U,..b ,. s. 1 ,M v... ...... ,s ,.,. , ..I1I,U
torn house fee (! the iotett notice wit also
e.loiteil from me. KkUikkicK Htoor.
Mil Francisoa, July 13, iSSj.
Ml, WiMci has disjMsext of the teinporaiy
lallroaj used win time since for u p p I j, i 11 l;
hllinij'lniuateiiil for lh Mmine Kailiai-, to
Mr. Samuel I'irkti, The tails ami jlr aie
now Wing taken up for renidal to (be l'aa
tih.u Plauution, HihUL
wassocicdiialilc as 10 nuke mote than eier
apparent the need of a professional instructor
In industrial drassing for the puliltc Khools,
i"l Mr. Hendry', room, In one division, ihcic
ate Ki jHtpils, all promoted, Of these Wll
loss JUUUuii received 9$ foui,lifili pel cent
and Wilis? l.ose 9S hrerfi"h per cent. In
this room language, lessons, as far is )iuas,
aie taaght and arithmetic up Iq peicciitage,
Igco-jrauhy being dropped. In Mr, S'wu's
make weekly nips to llaitiakua and Uilo,
taking in Kavsailiae and Mahukoiu 111 ictuin
Theie has been talk of having the Kinau
nuke circuit trips ainund Hawaii. Ua
sshflhei his tf of still ial be done must,
depend upon after clicumsiaiicea,
Xu nher changes aie proposed at present
I.iltr f'01 rlttli A'eirf.
The president has seined the Tin John
I'otfirio Diir was elected president of Mex
ico June 29th.
Over .i.oto immigrants ariived in Nevt
Vork last month.
The United Slates Congiess adjourned,
sine die, on the 7th instant.
Mr. Gibson will be pleased to leain that the
Hook of Mormon is being revised.
The emigration to America of the Jews in
Southern Russia is increasing sery rapidly.
Es-Congrcsstnan Kasson has been appointed
American Minlstcr'lo llcrlin, in place of Str
ident. The Dutch Pailiament has toted a loan of
00,000,000 florins to cover the deficit in the
Seven English eails are going to hunt elk
in the Isoidey mountains timing the autumn of
Adelina I'.itli hopes to be divorced from her
husband, the Manuals' tie Cuts, under the new
French divorce lass.
The North Pacific Hallway solil 32,370
acres of land during the month of June at an
aserage of $5 90 pe: acre,
At Toulon, and Maiseilles, France, cholera is
epidemic. Doctor Koch, the celebrated germ
scientist, has gone thither.
The Emperor of Russia has contributed
$100,000 towards the relief of sufferers in the
inundaleirdistricts of Poland,
Sunstroke season has ariised in New York
City. There were some fifty cases last month
of which only six w ere fatal.
The Langtry theatrical engagement in San
Francisco was a great success. The actress
has returned to New Vork in ill health.
It is reported that France demands 500,-
000,000 francs of China as indemnity for the
violation ol the Franco-Chinese treaty at Lang-
An attack by Mahdi's or Osman Digma's
rebels on Debbah, July 1st, was repulsed with
loss. Gordon is supposed to be safe, though
From an official statement it appears the
French Government hase determined to lay
4,530 miles of underground telegraph wires
at a cost of $10,800,000.
Therearelwelsevacancies in the list of second
lieutenants ofthe American aimy after all ofthe
recently graduated cadets have been assigned,
and the president will fill by appointments
fiom civil life now congress has adjourned,
Health Officers Meares of San Trancisco re-
potts that there were 5,001 deaths In that
city duiing the fiscal year ending June 30th
being an excess of 12 over the previous year.
The males numbered 3,115, females, l,886
white persons, 4,464; Chinese, 503; Africans,
II. C. Finkler, a well-known bicycle-rider
of San Fraacisco, recently made a pleasant
tun of 7S7 miles about the country on his
machine in a little less than 8 days. Finkler
is very enthusiastic aliout the superiority of
'cycle travelling over any other mode of con
veyance, and says " the run svas a continual
joy a streak of puie fun and enjoyment 787
Japan is to have two new steel cruisers,
constructed at Newcastle, England. The
vessels are to make eighteen knot and are to
be supplisd with 5 coo-horse-power engines.
They are to be armed with seven Krupp guns
each and will be fitted with the very latest
Improvements. The Japanese navy now con
sists of one iionclad and four armored vessels,
to which these gunboats will lie a valuable ad
Sir Robert Hart, Chinese Custom's Inspec
tor, Is tryinc to negotiate wilh the French.
The Chinese Minister of Foreign Council
seems to lie blind to the danger of a war
of rebellion. Prince Chun trust tn a boast
Ing fanatic and to an official ssho conceals
Ihe defenceless condition of the coast, Ignor
ance, tieason and trcacheiy lender the situa
tlon critical. The lliitish officers hase left the
The New Vork State Hoard of Health says 1
"The history of foiiner Invasions of cholera,
warrants the belief that It reappearance heir
is probable." The leading morning paper
print the board' memorandum. It Is staled
that the fear of cholera abroad I checking the
usual midsummer esodus for Europe on the
saiious steamer ll.ies. In Toulon and Mar
seilles, France, cholera Is epidemic, The
aserage of deaths In eacri town had Ler about
0 per day duiing the two sseck cnJluu. July
Ulh, and the death rate was Increasing on the
Vessels Ilxpected from Porelm Ports
I.ttEStssou Ilrll bV Vakusia. ,. . Ingram
Due Sjl is to.
Urfmhw, llawlk C R llisnol- Wallers
Due Auaust 10-15. llackfcl 1 & Co. Atctiiti.
Port Ulakei v, Am ligtne CouaTNsr I-oni,, Milter
Mosiv, Urit s Australia .,..... . . Ghrtt
Iiue .uj. t. U(k.teM & Ca, Agents.
NksscAsriit, N S W, Am ship hi Iiorapo
llue . Aeents
San f rancisco, Am s s Cits of Ssdnkv , Dearborn
lUtWeWK: Co, Agents.
t.ivuHeiiOi. Itrlt bk OrilFLIA...
To sail June I, T. It. lUlies & Co , Agents.
JlLl'ir, Am. balne Kazakh , Tterney
Ddeinall Oklober. A. F. Cooke, Agent.
UoNCkONG, Am bk Cpylon . Darstow
llue August t. C llresser & Co . Asenti.
Hoston, Am bk. .Martha Dtsis .... tUenton
baileil June avs C Hresser 4c Co., Agents.
New Voru, Oer bk'I'HALtA 'thornbohri
Saileil liine 28. Caitte ii CuoVe. Anenls.
Sts t-KASciscn, Am bktne DtscoVEhV . Perrlman
Due Au,r. 1. IlackfeM a: Co , Agents.
San Francisco. AmbV Caioarie.n Hubbard
Due July ar. IlackfeM At Co.. .went.
San Ffancisco, Am h. S. Msrii-osa IlavHarJ
Due August 8. Irwin & Co. Acenls.
Port 'lovvNSRNi, Ambk II01 u, .. Penlullosv
Hue Jul) 17. Letters & Cooke, Agents.
Uutmotiir, Am tern Kva
Due August Lesvers & Cooke, Agents.
laiNlsiN MA MaI'KIRA, French f s UoROKAl't.
Due August , I, W MuifarUne it Co, Agents
Lehua, itm, I.orrnren, from Maul
Kilauea Hou, aim, sears, from Maul.,
Wailele, sch, from Maliko
Kauikeaouli, sch, from Kohata.
kinau, stm, King, from .Maui ami Hawaii. ,
Cateruu, sch, from Hanalei ,;... .
ItwUui, stm, Cameron, fiom Kauai .. ...
Planter, stm, llates, fiom Kona anil Kau, .
C R llishop, 11m, Davit, from llatnakua... ,
Alameda, Am stm, Moise, from ban Francisco.
Nettle .Merrill, sell, from Iliain 1 , .
Kekauluolii, sch, from Hanalei. , , ...
Luka.ich. front Hainakua.
Wsimanalo, sim, from Molokai a ,
Jas Makee, llm, Freeman, from Kauai .
Waioh. sell, from liana... r.
Watmalu, sch, from Kauai ,.
Crown LauJ.. I will s.U"'
1 Th. Itate for a lenn of aa years, rent aanlU
semi anniully in advance, of all that -ait of Fiihohua,
H1I0, Hawaii, commencing at thcuper boundary
where it joins Uumuula ami ettendinf below, a dntaur.
of three miles, reserving btrdi, etc. Usual conditio''
of leases of Crown bands. Lessee given lhe rlglilla
shoot 01 capture the wild catttlc.
Lease for a term of 30 ) eats, rent payable semi
annually 11 adva.ee of the following desctlbed 1 euilses
in H1I0, Hawaii to ssit I The premises comer of W.I.
anuenue street, llilo, with .11 ihe building iheieou
laid premise .re now occupied by W H RevJ .1 m
store and known .1 lhe Coney lot.
K. P. ADAMS, Aucllo.it. r.
Copies of condition of leases at auction room.
Pohoikl, sch, for I'una
KIiud. Am bVtne. Cutter, fur Port TownwnJ
Vriior Pivini, It 1 M corvette, rluoiIs, for
Mary E Foiicr, wJif for Kauai,. ,
LUioIiho. schf (gr Kauat ......
IlaleaLala, wch, for Pepcelceo...... .
Kintna, ch, for Hilo., .. . ..
Win (j Irwin, Am bEine, Turner, for San
t FrancIs-co ( ...,. ...
Kilauea Hou, stm, Sean, for Kahuluu . . . . . .
Lenua, itm, LiOrcnrrn, lor aiiui,,
Nettie Merrill, tveh, for lahaina ..
Waimalu, cli, for Kauai ... ,
Wailele, &ch, for Maliko,
C K Bishop, stm, for HamaVua
Kinau, tm, KInc, fur Maui and Hawaii
Planter, tlin, Uate, fur Kona aiui Kau
Iwalani, urn, Cameron, Kauai ... ..
Kureka, Am bVtne, for San Francisco
.r....- st 1 11 r t ..;-
Apollo, Ger bk, Uonn, for Kojal Roads,
B Order of D Dayton, Dcputjr VUrttt.1,
I will tell at public audio
ON WEDNESDAY. JULY lUti.
at i o'clock nam, on th
PratuUsM or D. M. CrowUjr ft Co..
'Hi following an it let, naauljr
S Sprint Matiranct, 8 Lou net.
i Ray Chair, j Walnut Cotnlca,
r Marble Shelf. 1 SturT Chair,
a Ucti Loungei, a pillows, i Lot RwnnatiiA,
t Iron Hedtieatl, a Nallf Malt,
i OiT.ce Drtl, )i dor Sofa S.-rloc.
6 Wgi Twine, a I'e Ltniug.
i Picture Frame, tjo lbs Wool,
4 Srta Sofa Legs a Ketnnant Matting,
i I (atr Carditis; Machine, i Lot Lumber,
t Sijtit, 4 Pes thread,! Duster,
1 Pkt Itraid and Crimp, to Tassel,
to t'a4eW, 4 1'kgs Braid,
3 Pes Ribbons, i dl Paper, Tacks.
I Pes Ribbon, i Kcmiiaui,
i Pes Damask, t rullt Dan.atk,v
i Tcs Cotton Vtl.st, i Pes Burlap,
e rolls Damask, i Pk( Ssck L'bair,
i Lot Ribbon, i Door ..Ut. ; .'
f Lot Coral, i Lot Braid,
4 Shades, Lounge Pramcs
t Benches, j Pes Kringe, v
t Pc Damask, 3 bts Uuttons, .,
I Ualana, etc, etc, etc
if. 1. Ailamt, .luist(Msr.
Unnie Walker, sch, Holland, for Micronesia
Kekauluohi, sch, for Hanalei. . , ,
Jas Makee, stm, Freeman, for Kauai .,
London French s Bordeaux. Sailed June t;, via
Madeira, July 12. t
Port lownsciid Arrived July tt, bark Kmerald,
San Fiancisco Arrived July 7, bktne Ella, hence.
July 9, sch Ida Schnaucr from Kahului. July iz,
stmr City of Sydney, hence.
bailed July 13, bark Caibaricn, for Honolulu.
Trinidad Arrived July 8, bktne Amelia, hence.
SfOKhu May 13, bark C. R. Bishop from Bremen
fot Honolulu, Lat. 13 j S Long. 34 W,
For San Francisco, per U'm. 0, Irwin, July i
7,341 pkgs ugar, 1,541 bags rice, to Imks eotfee, 34
gasolene tanks, 114 empty keg, alue $ya,68 II.
For San Francisco, per Kuteka, July 31 ;,lji pkgs
sugar, 940 bags rice. Duin. value l4),i)$.
From San Francisco, per Alameda. July it Mrs
las Hayselden and two children, Miss lUttie Potevin,
M II y man, wife, chid and nurse, Mrs KGcrti and two
children, F Wit truck, Miss Cay and sister, Charles
Gay, Mrs II Hall, Capt E L Kobbins, wife and too,
George Durham, Mrs M Davey. D P Peterson and
wife, F W Snook, F Oilman. Mrs K L Andrews, U
Samuels, Charles A Cooke, WJ Ilenuett. Mrs S Tay
lor and two children, Win Ramsey, J A Stall, E V
Ryan, K Podjn and wife, F A beveren, I( Fouih, R
Ramsey. John Wtllums, Mrs Wm E Kenan and child.
C J McCarthy, Miss Cunningham, Mrs J Traccy ami
Infant, F blate, J Roberts, Wm D Santos, F Wagner,
Oscar Branch, J llonorer and it steerage.
For San Francisco, per Wm G Irwin, JuU it Rev
T B Hascal ami wife.
For San Francistro, per Eureka, Jul si W G
Needham, Mrs J Baker, J McDonall
For Micronesia, per Jennie Walkei, July j Rev J
W Logan, wife and child, Miss Palmer.
Losers & Cuokc have the hopeful expecta
tion of the haik Hope being signalled lo-ruor
row morning at a quarter past seven o'clock.
The Kev, Mr. Rice, of Addison, New
York, will supply I'ott. Street Church pulpit
A SSIGNHES' SALH.
SXTaVVNaiVE RICE PLANTATION
Mtws. C W. AibTorJ ul J. U. VtouAi'rai,', ai
tl,De la Bukrupic of U Asinf , of KuiA.,1
Uvpoko, 0.hu. h.. lustrucud MESSRS. I.VONi
LkvVEV, is wll .1 tUaif Jun.sM la Houil Ja' ii
BATUMiAY, AVO, Vnrf,
AT It ClOCK, . Si .
Tli. tmlr. inlinst of L. A!o, anj of Bitliov & Co., a
moHgft.t, to ihai Am iic. I.iit.itoo .1 W.IV.Lm,
Karvtoh. Oatiu, b.r.lofu. cooJoclssl by him.
Th. prtluiKt lo slttculou colnpits. .a a. a of
HUly Ann of NuairrLr lr Imh4,
upon wliicb Is a usvy pl.nltsi crop In Co. coaJltUa,
lit. pLiuailvu U insi convtoUoily altuatast u.r
ittautlMal lanJing, aoj I ttioieu,hlr J4utpi.J will
Tools, Thr.ablai Pkor, StM. Hoiiwi, L.svsvr-
r.' Q.artara, Htc. ol tl. Hssai
Appro.. 4 Htll.rua.
Th. land csMopiltlnf ik. plaosailoo, U IstU .aa,
numtroos laaasst tasUaj hom , So is ytv. ytt So rv,
tut suott of wliisli will sspltt w lMIs
THE WINDSOR RBSTAURANT
unck Moan 10 TME rEOMTt
and will o.op.l and rtady (or butlit.t oa
SATURDAY, JANUARY a6ru,
00. CavaxAoH, Prupihtor.
Tli. raputatloii of ill. aUov'narnMl MUbllsliuMiii for
Sapnlor al.als I wtU knosrit, and require, no loith.r
Nu conceit this afwinoon at Cuinia Squair,
The lunj gon to ihe ucct at Kai'iolanl I'arl,
anj to the base ball tua'ch at MakiVi Kescise,
The usual conceit at Umma Sj'uiiMi(i ilumb)
tsenliig, sseaihet petmlltiii,;.
Mi, UetVssiih ssiUish l the Bcthtl to
amid the stioit runrnls, thinking iiossibly
of that Imrl) ShjI wheie the minnavst do most
ciirgtrtiate, and ttht-re there air no hated stur
geon 01 iucl.nl seal tu rlistuib one's finny lest,
he suddenly touches a wire, it Is nothing! a
hnncli only ! an cilia f,n Mill do it, but at this
IHOincM he finds hlimelf lifted, another, and I jth, 1'iofcsaor Koch, the eminent German
he U slidlni; down, dovi, to death. The
Waiicn l-'o, hae fise of the sshesls, If
Jlheie is a fair run, cash wheel will take nine
thnuuiKt ounilt(if li.h in twenlylour liours.
' he nielluid of lranritii2 the f.h to the
cannery is quite simple ami sery uncapensise.
The full are sliuiig thiough the gills and
then made fast to a tight half Uuicl, which it
thiown nto the user (the cuirenl here Uing
g(ni'liteas specialist, thinks Ihe epidemic 1.
suro to spiead. An unaulhentlcated fumor
I hat cholera had inched rails svas among the
telegrams lecciscd in San Francisco just hefoic
Ihe Alameda left. At present all France,
and neaily all l,utoie, is In a state
of mind bordering nn puiic. It, is pmbable
that the exodus s t Iiviea 1 of fioiu the
United States this )ear.
Ttltt BNTBRPRISK PLAHIHQ MILL.
Tit. tLMllprli. Maii!li( ilill kad rrwi
Tu Alase ar., HEA. Quia Sr., ,. "
C. J, MardM, PrtprUtor,
CONTKAOTOR sstatt BUILUEH
Pltuvbif-, Stuping-, Turning,
Door, Sauk, EsVUtvtk, Door
m4 WiM4is FrsuBM,
sSttsirt, MtvsM to ortUr,
MOLDINOS AND FINISH,
AU.ssi oa oaasd.
Said Froptriy Is slj.cl to tnotta4 to Sltut 4
Co., upon which alout i6,ouo.owb tsots do., tni''U
tc sold, dischaftd of such EWtlgag. U.n
Th.i. will li U sold ai smaM ilaM swd pUu, afcool
uc.111 or wumkihi) turixaV
Youoc ksmI lit food ctsnldiioa, East .v.ad IIORaStf,
Ik. proptiljr of laldlssusiopl est... f "'
AttwdVt tllidoA' cosier, and JoUyiug pronital)
ul. so any iism wuhvwl
filit i4 UactdM .
I0S W(. (ui EJsifM.
Tot-Etta ol SWtat.
fur ih. Caillt aod llus-Cs, ok 4.lirr inisss.
dulllW tfiw sl. ,' '
for lh Kk. FUbl.lliiC.il on dalis.iy of tv
vfyaw.s, wtiltlo ou. ... of t ibiiy
All dt.J aa .apssusaof purttsvi,
11 Ictaass'la sh1ou tu.t U wislftd,ivadtkr
fiuiWtr li.fof asailou UJ m ik law oAicm U C, W, Ai
fwld SVsl J M, aslohAsllM u llwloli.
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