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SAI'tlKDAY 1'K'I SS
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tarM psams at t.f Fort trM.
rttilln and Mtmtmn wOl tint Uirtm,
THO. 0. fHRUM, PbWis'.w art Prvriot.
A matter for h 8hTH Ptrm ah -ml h
ttrtwi In th " S VTURUAV PB81S.'
Mc;l;.if Say wits of InlcrMt lfMvurfalr -.
Ifet trtlwr Island, wit! slways Ik lhsBBj rsce'.rl
for publication. Correspoit Junta are rll to
.spend ttistr lr Htm to all eewi-twialcatlewi,
t f pahfle all an lecesiarlly, tmt A gvavratiWs)
Isut Ik wrttr l nctinit In ITM4 tsUh.
AUGUST . .
Oiiiffil! A." rfnr HrrU,
Sifurtjr, Apnt rmf .' Krami llie lWftf
dret wm xrniiK! to ifmtli this morning by
ChtVsJtoJwMat thecrrfnfr of tin 9se
prrr Com. Ktm reivtl Ms sentence
stftTi letRrence. It- will he v.id it
Ttwtttay, October rith, betiscifi the horns of
S A. M.i nrt boot, Within the a Is of 0hit
Prison. -The lqtiUiur' ralji iimnl as usual t
nuon until Mutxity mermnij 1 ne E.ite Ice
Ciwro Saloifl ww ld t auction to Mr. Mc
CtKSrtey for $, i ! toe B,ue House la
Mr. Punk Colivar for $$. The funeral of
the e-poilcrmin( II. Kannmsu took nlace si
J P. ft.. It was Istifely attende-d. The pro.
cenfafn Mm headed by the Royal Hawaiian
ibunl, iSrtevvtd hy UnntCo., Nn. I. --Mr.
Yrtontoftht Honolulu Iron Work timed the
Walmattato pttlmation on heafne.- 1 he (la
wailan Mission ClliWrtn' .Society cnji)d
ttfemtetvef at lti residence of I1. C. Jones, Jr.
The band nipt rotate of t. K. Sing, Con
Kflrti; Uf a rttt pftmntion at Kaneoh,
mW far $10,250.
Stiwhy, Aupttl jnt : Kev. Ur. Iljile of
the North Pacific Mioiimary Institute prcacliul
nl (he llcllicl Church in the mcminc to the
iiuul audience Uev. II. W. Kie )ireacli(tl
nl Kbrt'St. Church Itotli morning aii eienini;.
Thelubjicl In tl.cmornlii(;rt,aTlie Hindingol
the Veil ol the Temple, from ilie txt in Mat-
thews, chapter V vetie 51. The mteiitlanov
at Iwlh mecTln) wat (food, I,uca' c'.otL
Hopped aliuat One o'cJikV when the AuMraiia
vt signaled, to watch her come into the har
bor, probably. Mr. J. Ure, Loid 1'rt.vot o(
Giatgow, bo was a through iwcngcr on the
A.HUjli.i, paid the Kln .1 vnit while the ves
nd try at the wharf. l'Alro A. Costa, .jimici
tun: chief steward on the Likclikc, aj well as
on the Kln.iu, died, Icaiinc a widow with two
children. T Arabian stallion and a )iinp,
Ilrrefotil bull arrived on the Australia fur
Aubrey Robinson of Kauai They go to the
Mnclalr litatc Captain I'thlbtt landed
sMin Mouawajs from the Australia before she
Monday, Atgutt jtl,: A bill to establish
an army and navy for this kingdom was intru
ducrtl in the house by Hon. J. I.. Kaulukou
Go hanclhe barncr on the outward wall !
The Hawaiian Masonic Lodg No. 23 met to
night. V. G. l'oud, w lift performsil his little
cheat act before Attorney-Genenl Neumann,
was committed before Judge lliclcrton for
trial at the next term ol the supreme court.
The mounted police force, with the exception of
thrje men to care for the horses, was discharg
ed by order of the attorney grnetal. Lick of
funds is the reason given for disbanding these
treuury-sappers Mr. Charles Clark, lately
at O&lm I'rivJii, entered upon his duties in the
marbhall'sofiice. A natltc boy named Wm.
rctcr was killed aliout 5 p. it. 5y filing
from one of Carter & Co' one horle dmj
which was loaded with lixxc hay. The driict
Rltemptcil to clicclv the dray as the boy full,
but it was too late, and one of the hind wheels
passed ovir the bjy's bead causing almost In
stant death. Almust a collision at comer
offort and Merchant Streets, So-nebody
jwilltbefUtltd 'by-Ktlie htcLinen ct. The
House made an appropriation of $10, 000 in aid
of St. I.oui Collrjjc. I'uhapk the Tissr's
corteipondent, yclept Nota lljne, will mid his
little connur.drum, dated August 2nd, answered
In this item. The little dsiightcr ol Mr. Cool.,
the well bortr, broke her leg by falling from a
table. The Honolulu Boat Club commenced
practicing for the November regatta. Cap-
lain 11. V. Sears rui"ned command of the
Kilauea Hou. He will soon k-atc for his
home In Massachusetts. Captain McDonald
of the Kinau has been promoted to the cap
taincy of the Kilauea IIuu .
TuitJay August Jlh : The rifles held no
drill. It is sail a newspaper member form an
awkward squad uf one, and that he may soon
hae a companion. Two white prisoners
arrived 01 the C. U. Bishop from liana
MtltnsCiri's tint pubr e.itertainmi-it took
place at Muifc'Hall. GaoJ show ; large at
tendance. Tne Ltholiho thU uiarning brought
the sad ujws of the ilsath of the little daughter
ufSim. Parker, iihe died at Mna, Hawaii,
August 3rd. Uelatives and friends left for Ma
na by Klniu this afternoon. Mr. D. U. Ihld
win, inspector of schools, arriscd front Maui.
He report fasorably oiithcgorcrnmentsclnioN
there. I'aclfic Hose Co. No. I held a special
meeting this evening. Ti member of the
3pnvcathcdral chUr held a so:ia gathering at
tbu house of Mr. Thomas. May. The first
pxrt of the evening was spent in singing an
th:mt,Judge .McCulley or lbs .Saprcnu
Court, left n the Iwalinl, for Kauti.
WilHtity, Aif.itt tVi . T.ts assembly
voted $t.0i' '" pJblls bjildlngs this
morning. A little native girl fell oat of a
carriage at the residence of Judge Wttlemann.
The carrbgc wheels pasl over her causing
setloui injur). At the annual meeting of the
' Waimanaln bugar Company the following of.
ficert were elccledt J. A. Cummins, preddent 5
C. Ilolte, secreur) ; A. J. Cmwtight, Irea
SJrcr; Cecil Drown, auditor. The four na
tive, recently implicated in opium leisure,
twer all -sentenced to to dsys ImptHonincnl.
Two of then were fined $100 each, and the
""others $J0 rjch. The lease of the Astor
House was nU for $$00. The remainder ol
property brrms'il over $ I mo. When Cap
lain Johnson rclurwl lo 1I.0 Ten Cent Store
after supper ha found the,lll slwtt 1 10, The
store w.n In charge of the Captain's nn and
two nti hi), D.tectwes are invctiga
ling ths mailer.
'lhurtJiy Au(Mtt JlA : Trlncess I.IIIuoka
hnl hM hct rni.tthly reaep'.lon ibis afternoon.
The rpasticrly basioass msslln,; of the Hono
lulu Athletic Aswcljiion was helJ In th
Gymnasium. Tr. ecinJ jwrlor entertain
ln;i)l given by M Urns, Cora too'x piase at
thfrMasic Halt with nairly an i-nur change of
program ne, Tne Hrd of l-legstes of llie
IIJnoTulu Fit I) ptrtinjiil hi'.d th-ir monthly
tne:tinga the house of Engine Co. No I,
omg to Ihs liKk-on no 2' htntte being out
of order, Mr. Manwrrat bULij tha ejrabiru
tlon. FnJtj Auftil St t The Msripow atii
voJ at I t, M. brlilitn t'tt ustil ntn'jir of
pj:ngers. 'lite hoonei G.m. Slrgsl iW
atJV. M. forjabiil. The V. .M.C.A. sent
J? ptpsr by h;r to tin Sjalh S; Islands.
Tin K'iya Marlanstle (tiwps atrlred on the
Maiipoii. They will iluubtl jjiye u Mmc
thing to laith about.
Two sons of Mr. U. D." l'etciscn arriscd
by the- buUentUe Divcotery, )Kiday
Mr. Arthur pottrwn his been ff mn lime
a pitftlthe Uwyei In. I'.ymajih, Maucliiu-
tits- Mr. Chaih 1',-teison, i gmlJite, of
Amlerst, has recently gu.'JitM twin cw
Votk medial Khsol, holding a liccnci to
practice in "New York City. Boll) yuunc
gentlemen orttcruplate mt king thin UlanJi
V)Slx fuH.I t()iJfu;c. '
f'la fl "I ' "t 'lt ,1"'T n( r n
mirth ind m.psi- -t lit .l' 1 H I I
, Tuesd-iy dp! '. Io tlw reniig, llist rnl,
1 tnec was a h"S M audi th wnh and Imrit i
part of 1 he .rcs;rimm sras all thvt t.y iwi
wed c-M fk ri.r. T mto1lf pr: i
tnUfnt v ellhte Im-ft teft tt. fH
fvtmnti'i TO'Mtalnnicoi hanWhb 1 fteft
t,tt of iristioB, riitukd Johnnf i,Alwer.
Iunt, or the Travelling Merrrmrtl, KH !
Mr1imCora myatfll it t! atrftefftW 4j' tat
bamhoor dr.2 a vty fbrmf Mnk Wslttp taf
who hiuJ Imn Htnt on t ih Mlft, Of
the ! " ir-N in pott tow of ths ,iw01hf
Madau.uh. t .a ptffotmeil itlt but one ('VI
left ont to sltorten n too tittrnW pfoftnte)
and all clevetly. The ptiy with tfw Mtfcfc
Rinti w,is almost the prettiest bit hi the
evening's prfomwiilrt, dhhlingthe ktenrst
interest with the manipulation of the Protean
She ?t, w'.tereby a itiece of ll.Ued eanlhnard
ws mitde to asunni oseratcifeof graceful
itml famllar form, one hp McceeIin(;
another in Ic than "the twiaktmg of an
efe." lUtt II introduced a veil made tip
darkey with a sfong banjo and weak roler.
He nnu two songs, the teeond an encote.
The ret 1 of the second art was made-op of
slelfcht of hand, except the trick of Madame
Cora' pet itotj, ltatuty, vsliich Mood and
Watded qn fa Idnd let! and it fore Irspi,
estpetei, Jtimpetl, rolled over and barked, at
comrnaral, iiKwt interestingly. The third
part ftmilfd of what the programme
called The Cnnth of the Angels. A
stand coveted with geeen liahtr, a fool
Uool. two steel roils, n young woman in semi-
seraphic garb, n darkdnetl stgc and a btate of
lime light, fofmsd the easentlals of th
first tableau. The 'angel,". Mile. I!gfinei
tood on the box, her arms, half covered "b)
budding wings, reMlnri at the elUiw on the
two totl. Mile. I'.iigenie ttood facing the au
dience, disp'aying ihe did so rcmirkably
fine dark tjes nrj'.hlng but nngelic eves
whf n angered, one m'ght supjiose. Then, In
a highly dramatic manner, Mad ime Con be
gan her mesmerism. Apparently, It wns not
of easy acconiplishinent, Mile. Uugcnle's c)es
following those of the mesmerist with a look
of "resistant fascination" as Kolhhcr de
scribes the look in a similar subject. lint, af
ter a short Mrucgle, the "od"' winij and the
angel's head drops foreward ami the c)cs
close. The box is then removed from under
Mile. Digenlc'-t fc.it, and the steel rod from
under her lift elbow leaving her nppirenllv
rcslins only by the right elbow. While in
this position the pendent figure w s droned b)
Madame Cora ti represent several different
character; England, Ireland, Scotland, France,
the United Slates and Hawaii being amongst
those symbolized the scene closing in simuLi
tlun of the fixing Mercury, a most p'easing
picture. Mr. Uugcr and a string band fur
nished the musi., plaving mtioml airs during
the variujs national representations. As a
whole, and in detail, last Tucsdavs p-rform-ance
was very well worth what it col. Ma
dame Corn will shortly visit the other islands
whtre she will deserve liberal support.
'I here was a little side show, not down on the
bill, at Mjdame Cora's cxcrllcnt entertainment
last Tuesday n'g'it. The madam did onetrlck
whichconslstcdofctttinthe center oit of two
htndkcrchicfs, one red with polka dots, the
olhcrhUc. The real hindkerchiefs, uni.ijurcd of
course, were returned with several others to
audience among them alarg; mirotin silk
one, large cnoag to make a small table cover,
the property of Mr. Frank Spencer. Be
fore it reached its owner, it fell into the
hands of Mr. A. T. Atkinson and lion. G. V.
Macfarlane, who occupied the outbide seats of
thesaomrow. bwiftly, deftly and sure'y the
worthies cut , lbs, centrj put of tjw goigeoai
"wipe," ami passeJ llie p'eces on to the u ifor-
Innate owner Imagining the injury bad bein
done by the performer.ihc unfortunaii; gentle
man from the cow counties hs'd up th: muti
lsted luniierc'iief to th; gu;of thjaudienci.
The laugh that followed awoke the echoes and
hcarly caused the discomfiture of Madame
Cora, there in the midal of a highly succefjl
net. When the victim was acquainted with
the I rick, his laugh wasas loud as any one's
but he registered a private vow to get a new
handkerchief oat of teauttJjr "if it takes all
summer, and fall."
Iltershive b:cn received recently from Mrs.
Hampson, the evangelist, who it will be re-
memb:red made a brief visit here a few
months since and was expected lo make a short
stay in this city In September, en route from
the Colonies to San 1'iancisco, but ow
ing to the amount of work in hxnd and the
condition of her volce.it will probably be a
month or two later ere she arrives to take up
her eiigjgeiiicnl here. The following extract
from the Ballarat Courier of July 10 givts
an Insight into the amount and success of hir
labors there. "Alwut a thousand persons atten
ded Mrs. Hampsun's meeting he-Id at the Acad
emy yesterday afternoon. In consequence of the
large attendance the balcony will I13 Ihrunn
open to-day. Mrs. Hampvin deltverd an
address 0.1 praying an 1 fasting. In the
evening a large asieinblage crowded the
Alfred Halt; and another interesting address
followed tne one of the afternoon. It has
b.-en suggested, in view of the lateness of the
hour at which the inquiry meetings termin
ate, that arrangements should le in vie to
coiichvdc the gatherings at an eaibcr hour.'1
A pleasant informal gilhrrlng ol members
of the Bethel Church and congregation lo.ik
place at the vcsliy lat evening to welcome
their new pastor and wife Hcv. U. Q. and
Mrs. Owl. Inleltalfoflhechurch, Mr, H.'.M.
Whitney made a few remark in w hlch the pio
gres of llie work olablbhcd by the mission
aries was traced and welcomed them to shire
with those who, like Dr. Damon, had borne
(he hat and burden of the day, Mr. Ogel
in a brief rcp'y thanked the friend for the
hearty welcome In this informal tmnner, and
felt, in View of the wonderful history of this
country, that he was standing on holy gmjnd,
unequal 10 the work befoie him rave Chritl
In wh : lave he felt strong showed him
the woik He 'aouUI have him do. Although
the reception was announced for early evening,
6 to 7.3a o'clock, owing to the previous en
gagirnenl annojnead for Professor Fairchild,
qjlte a number met, and th.irpugh.ly enjojed
the lime in coogratulatjon. The pleasant
hrariy manner of both Mr, and Mr. Og.-I,
wins til with whom they cvme In contact, and
the Press writes in according them a heart)
aloha and welcome to lhe,e Islands.
The member of the B.thtt Clutch and the
V. M C A. unite on Tliurdty evening next
In a public reception to lUv. U C. 0t and
Mr. Ceewgj N, Mason at the Y, M. C. A.
IU1I. The latter cuitu-s as grnsial tccietiry
of the i.sooUiIon and the former as pastor of the
Bethel. Both gentlem.n arrived by the Maii
VHija, vevuidiy. Thry hive been loaj looked
for arid wilt be heartily welcomed 10 lh;ir tc-tpee-tive
field of Ulitir, and, though coming
iuoap entiic strangers, ihey will at!y jtain
the a'.ylu lint will gic.t them,
Madirn; Ce(.a will give at Musical Hall this
aficinr,o.n at half rust on: a mitluee for child-tin-iwho
vsill be nJmiltcd at half pike. The
Ittatlain will perform thi evening and Will de-i.-ivcs
t, fal) hvu.e.
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Our IhHiMtftu Mirr,
The (Merest fell in b-is Imfl throughwtt
the aeasnti doess not seem to abate as It draws
tn cliue. The jpme of In-it Saturday, -tween
the Occaiii-tc and Ihe Marifcd Mm,
wrrt w-ftnsiMeit by a large ami i-nihusinsllc
crowd. Notwithstandirtg It Was not s chain
ptonslili) game anil a In many rexpeets
nondescript, It was o well ttmplrrd l)
Whitney of Hie Hnto'ntui that interest did
not dig tnroutt't disappointment In dei'Hons.
The day was 1 fins one, and eoijjqaently
llie boys did not have to overcome the in
clemencies of the weather on the previous
Saturday, The nine seemed lo be in fine
trim with the exception of Sheldon of the
ttcnedkts, who was obliged 10 ptsy first base
on account of the orene of one of his bands.
vVodehouse ol ll e Honolulu filled Sheldon's
place behind the bt, and caught In hi usual
graceful manner, tliough lfi throwing to bnss
was considered by nun) rather wild. It must be
renumbered ihit bi bill men g-nrrally
look fur one or two wild throw In 2ml
with shortstop. There lure bflrn virinns
opinions expressed with regtrd lo th: pitch
ing of Castle, and whether the charge mvle
on last Sit unity strengthen.! th Muriel
Men's field. For my pact I do not think
the clnnge beneficial. If a pitcher hxs in;
"wind" it isnlwiys th! policy adop'ed bj
profeMhmal clubs to mike 110 chir.g., unlcst
the pitching is being batted; in thit case to
make nil imrnedutCchtngi. Tits left-titnded
pitching o t. 1st le, vv.n gives tne ball only
one cirw, is 0)ii hit, and ns h.-lmnotth
"wind" lo keep up his ba I, o 1'y adds to the
propiiety ofthe M irried Men having a stronger
and surer mm in the pilchn's stand.
It is hinted that the uccanies were some
what dtuppoinletl at The result of the score,
ns they had anticipated keeping the married
m.n down to one or two runs ; but Ihfs hop,
if such there were, became a thing of the pos'
before the second Inning wits over, for the
Benedicts made four runs through crrurs on
the part of Oceanic, and were smiling ol their
prospMt of a baker' dnz:n- But alas 1 in th:
following seven Innings the Oceanics snuff.d
tint thia hop: as if It htd hem a rushlight and
the Benedicts only ad.leil one run to their score
in the sixth Inning. D iring the first two
innings Wall pitched v.ild, but toon came
down lo his former accuracy and curved the
married men out in the most aggravating
manner. Wall pitched out S mm for the
Oceanic?, and I'arker I for the B:nedicts.
The Occanics look 4 bic-s on balls and the
married men 3 bases. Woodhonse caught 4
men out on fiuls anil I on 3 strikes and closed
the game with 5 errors on his part. Scott
caught 7 men out on btrikes and made to
errors. 12. Jones mvcle a fine phi) in the Sih
inning by catching in his left hand a fly batted
by Fisher lo the tight field. My ftund Spen
cer rifd his usual ;oOilwrl: In euttio-j jXltprf
the career of the ambitions fly. and was fully
equaled by Fhhcr on 3rd base. In the second
inning 1. Jones made a home run and wa
followed by B. Baldwin in the seventh inning
with another. When the gtnic closed the
score stood 15 runs for the Occinics and 5 fur
the married men. This is probably the. lost
game the mariied men will p'ay this season,
but they want it distinctly understood that
they possess the grit and hold the firm belief
that nexl year ihey w ill ba able to make the
young 'uns, stand aside.
The public fs on the tip toe of expectation
as to the game which takes place to day be
tween the big II bns and the Oceanic. If
the Occanics win, the champion-ship passes to
them j but if the Honolulu's reach the apex of
their expectation the clubs must phy another
gamolode-ide-lhe fray. The opinions on to
day's game are as thick as bees in a lotus
floner; I tnvo one myself, but being only a
poor scribe who dares tell a truthful public
nothing bat truth why, I have nothing to ray
until the game is over and the lull tossed
There wis fun In the mountains list Sunday,
and it was by no means dry fun. A party of
voung fadiesand gentlemen, acq lalntaiiseof
mine, vvh are fond of home-back riding, and
who love to catch gtimps.-s of Cupid' world in
furtive side glance as their steel t prance gaily
along earths by-way, to jk a trip lo th htad
of Puuoa Valley The day was a glori
ous one In the morning, bat by the lime the
party reached that portion of Oihu's moun
tain ide which brought then nearer to the
Sun, abs ! the sun had gone behind a cloud,
and they wer welcomed with a sho.vcr luih
nude life look s'mnwhat as an oread would in
it tiro patch. Nothing daunted, however, one
ofthi yojng ctvalitrs ills noanlcd, and, after
iwc hoars vjm ejiiloavor minjg,il to luilct a
fire w.th the aid of a dry h m Ike robief which
hi found s.-.nd iv iclied brtween two wet love
letters. When tin fire blared brightly, skirls
were dried and fingers warmed before th.'
party started for home, which they reashed
about u o'clock. Those who Hayed at home,
in spile of printing invitations to join the
cavalcade, smiled blindly at the gty rider and
hoped lia Ihey lud cnjo)ed the trip, but re
ceived no answer save a sad, w;t smile.
Honolulu, August S :S3 1.
Mcsirs. Cavcnangh and Divtc will re-open
the Windsor restaurant In Crowley A Ct'
old store on King street In about 10 davt.
They are fitting up tli.'ir new plica in moil
comfortable style. Max. ICohm is a work
decorling the ladies private parlor. An Ice
cream pnhir will ala be opineil In connec
tion wlilj thu boast.
Mt. H. Utmanyi. one of ihs wjrU'i fi
mous sMtnlsii, arrive! on the Mariposi yvster.
Utdiy. Hi wIIIjoji fi't an enjjgeniiiiH ot
Musical Hall, whleh will give those amo.ngtt
us, whoappttciatclht biMirtivi of bull p)pj
Ur al cla.vic mas!., an opportunity to graiify
Doctor Brodie, whi left us nine vve.ek a;a
fur the coast, te'tumej on the Msripou, '
co.mpanled br hi bride, Alo!n, Doctor I
May thescauf bfe bear you as truoolh'y to
hippinn and sjeecu a lias the Pacific, which
tetnrn you ta dibit', share.
Ht. D. Ik I-vnun thf dearly b.-luccJ tuti
suwary of 1 lib, Im Iic;n ill lit eirtr a majih
an I i not Improving. "All hope if it it the
will of the Almighty that hi IU may be
tp-uri," vuit:s a UiU cort;spjuJ:nu
The ffc-enl 7i7ri
I At ''1 I bci'1 on fin
(I cr-er llie 'y ( Willi-im Pc r, mi
cisfajttHhn h .V of atn it 1 1 5 if
who txntfttgltxl W Monday afiemmm, tie M
tewlngittdelllkiitf pM four o'Jnck,
CTftfiee O St fntaiMik.!nr't' 1 1 the etnp'vy
xjf SteWr. S. St Crtf ft Co, r.t'(iing hi
trftck 1st town nlong ftlttte Hsrtet on th plain,
fWgnltd Urttlt two bah of Hi)', one of which
the Wndewwatl, had been rwafiiii, Wli.-o ,
optVvsitt Mr. ttiunSMWn'i house, the driver no '
lert tie In h AHhi; on to the hack sltke of
Ac dray, In 1 A 1 1 ioi to 1 1 - v. He pet
! S& howviir 1 . t tn ;lr g to tie stake anil
fitiallyijot oft to ill" Im e hay ns the tntth
wet prMrtg Mr, lvey' house. Jost the
truck hod iHmed to go tlftwn Vlctofia Street,
the driver again artled In him to "deir out," 1
when the huri, being tried to starting at the
wont of command, ineretted his apeed fi
Hght trot, which, owing to the alight down
grade, and hta loud, could not hve been im
mediately stnppvd. The nttentlon of the dri
ver 10 Ms hors.-, for a lew moment prevented
further observation of the hoyi nd when he
gain turned lo look, the buy was sliding off
the hay forward of the near hind wheel with
his head down, On seeing the- ililver
made an extra effort lo stop hit hone,
and Immediately jumped from the truck
tn the buy's aiiisiane.e ; but not
before the wheel Irad passed over the bo)'s
head, which fact was nude perceptible to the
driver of the truck. When first WW by lhoe
pawing, the driver was lifting the liody of tin
boy on In the truck. Among those
present nt this tune, was Mr. Ilasxiitger, a
white express driver, two natives nnd a Chinn-
mm. At the instance of Mr. Ilawinger, lbs
lioy vvns put into lbs express for tha purpose
of taking lilm to the Queen's Hospital, there
reiminlng signs uf life about him. Fur some
reaeon, however, the express-mnn took him lo
ills station hoi'se instead, Dr. Cupetucr ten
tifijit lint the injuries were sufficient to ac
count for death, although the skull, externally,
was not fractured nor the neck broken 1 that
the character ofthe Injuries veru such as to br
accounted for in no other way than in the mm
ner rendered probable from the circumstances
previous rilated, that is, from pressure bttwxcn
two opposed surfaces, such ns n wheel rim and
the ground. After .1 consideration of the nut
ter, which occupied about six hours u return
was made, signed, by the Coroner Mr. Day
toi, and Juryai-n, A. F. W. Cirtcr, Chas.
Bent (half castj), and Alb.-rt S nith : that
William l'eter camo to his death by falling
from, and being ran over by, a dray driven by
oie C itrlos O. Spinn.'t, in Hoioluhi, on the
,(th Instant, vvitluutany crininl Intent or
carelessness on the pirt of the said Charles O
Spinnet. Another icturn w.t also made by
the remaining members of the j try, Messrs.
Hanaauinoc, Lokai, ami KuaJaku, lo the ef
e;t that d.-ath was the re.ull of the criminal
carelessness of llie driver, in allowing the boy 10
rennin 01 the true'; and nut farcing him
" Sngtiv (lvwlnff unit Kilning,"
A comprelierivelreplUe nn llm cultivation of itusar
IlitmS plants, ami the nunaracture, refining AnJ
latynit cf cine Ac, &c.. by Cliarteo G. Vamn.n3
LoeL, F. L.S., and O.'W, Wilier and R. II. Harland,
itluicratej, iAsncton, C nncl r.Spcn, lH3l
The above work has been laid on the editor's
table fur review. The preface notes that it
is over "a quarter of a century sine; Leonard
Wny earned the thankx. ufall cane growers
by pabiUhing his 'Practical Sugar Planter,'
which has Ion;; been out of print," and "at the
piesent moment there does not exist in anj
language a comprehensive, book on sugar,
though nnny separate- and partial essays are
to be found."
This tiniversally acknowledged want the
presant., cstnpreJicrjWe wrlcaiisBlfl.p t'Htj-iiy,
and in its 752 piges, not on'y ihe cultivation
of Ihe various sugar Yielding p' mts, but
me-lhnds f.r the treatment of their juices,
the variety of mills and boiling apparatus,
tog.-tlier veith sugir refining, analjsing, and
distillation arc taken up and treated in the
folio .ving order : Tiic work is divided into
cane and beet sugar, and is devoted to the
cultivation of the cane plant, compo.ilion
and extraction of 'he juice, defecation and
clarification, concentratiu 1 and granulation,
curing the sugar, and a chapter devoted lo the
description of a Cuban and an ITgyptlan
Under the subject division ot Beet Sugar is
ihe cuitivatbn of the plant, extraction and
defecation of juice, concentration of sjtup,
milk sugar, ptlrn sugar, so'ghum and insire
sagar, starch sugar and uthcr glucoses, sugar
rchniiig, central factory sjslcm, summary of
patents, sugar analysis, production and cum
in rcc and the distillation of rum.
The attempt at so comprehensive a work
gives us, al firkt, an immensely satisfied fee'
ng, though we may be pardoned for llie dis
appointment at finding Hawaii with its 35 to
40 varieties of cane and supputiug .sugar in
terests whose capital is valued at l5i3,S86,5Joo,
and exporting over 1 10,000,000 pounds cf
sugar and 220,000 gallon molasses per an
num should be tipped 01T wilh two .para
graphs of six and e-inht lines respectively. Ii
sh'Jvvi us how vciy insignificant we are in the
eves of ihe world after all. And yet, wc can
lake a little consolation in the- fact tli.it the
rapid growing sugar industries of the United
States have bui slight notice in passing.
The work throughout h largely seientilic and
will not be fully comprehended by nine out of
len of the average render, who, a a rule, will
bj fuur.d to ba practical men ; though much
iudght and information is given upon many
khotly piob!em of vatue to planters, boilers
- .Ill ,4l(-'lll rtaii,i;i,
Hut ton Haturuay i'Rgis, Sir : I a
criminal b.furc the bar were allowed to sit on
the jury and pass judgment on his own case,
people would stand agluvt at the huge farce',
and ask where justice and the protection of
personal rights were lo come in. But the:
ministry have Inert allowed to vote for them,
sjlvca In leg stature, and bring 10 nought the
vote of the icprcscntallres, which at its best,
owing 10 the renegade who have betrayed
their ennsipucntj, did not fully represent the
strength of the Independent parly. Having
established this precedent in the- highest tribu
nal in the kingdom, the ministry may now
mike from their budget lbs talaile of Ihe
Juslgesof ihrp.ilicj couru, of tha circuit and
diurfct Judge, the manual), sheriff?, poli.ee,
jallcts,, etr, etc, ami bout loudly of their
gift at encouraging economy. But when
they do that, they will prubab'y do well lo
lay In a large supply of fodder a:el acnujisivn.
and have ica ly fur themselves 3 ttrtng cattle j
for In Ihe general nscs.Jiiy uf every nun
luolung oat fur hit own protection agalrasj
awlMt incn, no one p.'iliapi nure
tlun the "prendre" hinuelf will 11 J pro
tection from an outrage.! pgpulaee.
Hawaii, Julyjjth, lS3a."
Th Royal Hawaiian Hand will not play
this aucrnnon at Emma Square at they arc
ordeied 10 play at the Batracks. They will,
however, give an eatra fine coii;:rt on Mon.
diy evening next at 71JO p,' i., eoniutlng
mtly of luw piece a will bi Ken by the fol
loInj ptograninaec 1
I nfcleaiau. , ,,A lluiifil Tie, new,,.,V,'kUi3
rawasiu ,.,,, Uissevi. ufsc. ......... uWicicdt
eUji.. ...., .,.,CwMn,.Mx'..., ...I4MI
. 51. Aro Lis, rxst.
IfiUI tvVfs XN tsTWISOsMHtTa U W , 1 IVJt;
77- ( . It 'tiff.
' I . n'i h r i 1 ' 1 s Nc-w IV ' c '.
I" t j 1 y I y I i c 1 Im ' 1 ei' ,l r ol
r.ii vif nf ih ' 1011s f.c" !( f , ...,, r,r-
ley-jxperlirioii 19 the JHotm PWe. in mv pd 1, 1 ,
pit h(fuUows 1 "fh4 Thrtia, -m a.Hljti f m
tvha,nf striven here today front Wcti
On dvi'l. All r e'l stij teMt.iteit frotn the
Alert I5mllc5 mwlh In ((tile. At9 A-te, tune
June alnd, Rw Mtlet of Cape Sabtme inmHh'
vmrnl 'I'lte Tfertfe m Bear reward llv
Llctiientnt A, A. Greotey, Sergeant BiMnsrd,
S .jjinsnt 'rtdertefia, Stgmnt I-rig, itenplml
Strwitrd BlerblA.I'uva c Cornell 0d SenrCtnt
Iilllaori, rhr la:tilind Imt bothhajid and feet
by 1 front bite' 11 d .lied July 6th, at Ondharen,
three day after the amputation, which had be
came imperative, seventeen of the twenty
five prm Cumprlilftg the enpedition prrhhed
by tnration. Ht the punt w 1- fmind, one
drowns.! while setting tn procure fnwl.
rwtlve. bodies ofthe dirad wf reseoed end
are now mt Iwanl llie Thetis and Hear, One
KiqvilirMint, Turrenft, wis liurl-xl at Dlsro in
.I'xwrditiiee wftb the desire ofthe Inspector of
West Greenland. Five bodies burled in the
ice nenr the camp were swept away to im by
winds and currents before my arrival and could
rmt be secofed.
" The nemes of the dent recovered, with
ilste of death, ta? as follows 1 Sergeant Cross,
Jan. 1, iRt ; Wnlenck, an Kxquimaux, April
Jth ; Sergcunt l.lnn, April 6th J Lieut. Lock
i I, April rath j h rgcani Jewell, April 1 llh;
Pi ivatet Ellis, May nj h 1 Sergeant tbtUtrm,
Miyijd j Private Henry, June Olh t I1.;,,...;
S'lmaidcr, June- 18th. The mma of the
dead burled In the ice fort, with the date of
(heir deaths, and whose Imtles were not re-t-dVered
mi follows : Sergeant Kice, April
itfi, 1884 j CorVral Snltn, June 3d t Prlvnte
Qrrtder, June filh 1 Atslstuht Siirgenn I'.ivfy,
lline Oth j Sergeant Gardner, June 121I1.
Drowned by breaking through newly formed
ice, whilit sealing, Jens Ialwards, nn t'Aqul
minx, April 24th. (Jrecly abandoned Fort
Conger on Augiixt 9th, 1SS3, nnd rcachetl
Uild Inlet, September 2rith, following, with
the entire party well, He Abandoned all his
lioats and was adrift thlfty d.ijs on nn Ice (lor
in Smith's Sound. His permanent camp was
e-sUblished October 1st, iHSt, nl the point
vh-re lie vi as found.
During nine months the pirly had to live
upon 1 scant allowance of food brought from
Port Conner, that was cached nl I'.vvc)
Hmlior and Capo lealjella" by Sir George
Narts, in 1S75, but which was found much
d imaged by the Ion u( lime, that cached bj
Ileebe at Cape Siblnc, In iSSj, aril a small
amount saved fromadie vreck of ihe Proteus in
1SS3 and lamUd by I.. P. Garlingtoti and
Col'vell on Ihe beach nnr where the Grccl)
pirty was found. vMicn these provisions
were corsumed the party was foiced to livi
upon boiled sealskin Stripped from the sell
skin chilliing'tind lichens and shrimps caught
good weather, when Ihey were strong
enough to make exertions. As it look 1,300
shrimps to fill a gallon measure, Hie labor was
loo exhaustive In depend upon them to sus
tain life entirely. Ihe channil between Cape
Sabine and L'ttleton Man 1 did not close on
account of violent gile. all winter, eu ihat
;o rations at the latter p'aee coakt not be
reached. All of Greelj's records and all in
struments brought by l.im from Port Conger
arc recovered and are on bmrd.
The Thetis and Bear reached Cane Voil;
June iBth, after a passage of twenlj-onc davs.
In Melville Bjy they fell in with two advance
ships of the Dundee whaling fleet, ar.d con
tinued to Cac Sabine. Reluming seven
days later they fell in will, seven .other vessels
of this licet off Worstcnhclm Island, and an
nounced Greek') rescue lo them, so Ihat the)
might not bcdclascd from their fishing grounds
nftrSe'lempted to face ihVdi'h'gi is of'Smilli's
Snuml in view of the teward of $25,000
offered by congress. Returning across Mel
ville Bay they fell In with the-Alert and Lock
garry off Devil's Thumb, struggling through
heavy ice. Commander Coffin did admirably
to get along so far with the transport so early
in Ihe season and befoie an opening had
occurred. Lieutenant I2mory, with the Bear,
has supported rac throughout with great
skilirulness and unflinching readiness in ac
complishing the greU duty of relics ing Greeley.
The surgeon Pusy mentioned is a distin
gushed Artie explorer, n Frenchman by birth,
who has mnde several explorations largely at
bis own rxpcnsr. Major Benson, who wan an
army comradcof Lieutenant Giceley, lmscon-J
tributed the following interesting "stnli-mcul to
the Gazette. " Lieutenant Greeley entered
the volunteer service nt the ,bc-dnnn g of the
war as a private in n Massachusetts regiment
and was promoted through intermediate
grades o a captlancy. lie was engaged in
nil ot Me- Clellcn' Peninsular battles, also in
those of Antie-iaiii and Fredericksburg and at
the siege of Port Hudson. He was wounded
at White Oak Swamp and Amictam, and
brcvatcd a major of volunlecis for l.vithftil and
mcrltorrus vertices ilurlng the war. At the
conclusion ofthe war he was appointed a
second Lieutenant, 36th Infantry ind s:rvcd
in Utah unil he was detailed on signal duty
in 1S0S. Since then he has been prominently
Identified with the growth and ui-cfnlncss of
he Signal Corps. lie is a, man ol directness
of purpose, firmness-, a hard student and a
fast friend, lie married a Miss Kcsiniih of
San Dlege", Cal., who hit) a bruthcr em
plojed as a Clerk in th: batik of Bishop cc Co.,
for a time.
Lntr 1'vnlijn AVuv,
A recent rq-ort that the French vvi;rcetcfeatial
111 .Madagascar, June 39th U dc-iilcd,
Culrtn taxes r tl? currccit yar annant to
fj7,oao,ro, while the value of her sugar croi.
IWfJhp ams ti.tiiiUprilj ,oso,o.
S" the Unital Slates ll ilepcnels atlcRctlicr
at priDcrs jou read vvliclher ou he-
hero lilairie or Clcvetai.( is to he picvMcnt.
1 . '
Queen Victoiia entercvl the forty.cij;lith icru
Of lia rclun Jur.e ZD'.lt, ami alrcAily the krctli
of her reign has hrtn cxceeelee) hut three time
on Ihe HiltMi limine, tltnry 111 relc-neel 56:
lilvvaiil HI, 501 anil George 111,' Co.
Great precautions ha.ee Ikxh taVjcn at War
wick lu picivrve orilcr durluij Ihe trial of Daly,
Kgin, am) O'Donncll, the uiwcicil iljriiml
Ici. Strong Unicis Iiavc Ue-n eicstiil to
prglrct the apriwcli(s tn ami frum the crmil.
Conitali'.e' apatil wilh revolver Mill Ik
placcel on cuaitl at ulilic UnlUinjs,
A 1'aru ditpalch elatal July 33th, says
"XiiiUtef I'etry yatcritnlience toelay to Ly
Tunc I'ao, ClilnC? J.ilniUtr, who niyat:te4
es.unshii of the thuc, for China to rc(ly y
1 ranct, tayurnt tlia limit of August
1st, Kerry rrftucd to acctale to the request, j
t'tsMvtre, rie-;ii .viiauur in unnii, n:.i
Vicuroy of Nonxin, i still coclhiul.i nego-
Illations at bluijhl,"
Tht d.crte citnceridns Ciahatt export taxes
gieeetled rwntly kev,tr sixty per wot of
tt jirceil export tw 00 all i:',avwfj of sugar.
It pstiailu the trtluccd tans to be paid grtCs
h!f tn t'uhsn Uin'si ncrte. Moreover, with a
vlcv to bteaM.'u th prcviillis; ('..nwiL In
iexr cxpormtlou, the dtcrca directs twn that
llii reduced tax need net Im M at ih time
ef thipmcnl ia now resulted, proiidcd talis-
w,0!f guarantee ev pj) nrecwen,
I rose, J Ul PJJKI, ) U. i;tftti. t bee. Ulel
In Europe the clialcii and the ituatlon lnljss stfV. iims, J pHs- wiWrtryi pi.c!
the JxjtyUn ow tavos the csast prototacat; ' .taj ' ' '
t 1 1
I ! 1 1
f t the m 0111, iv ili
-. ,ri. -,H j , .i(.n.
1 i I 1 I V I
t I 1 I I I ! II CI
11 r'i I -n tn M c-i ilki ni ('
cio iht- 11 I ot- si 11 1' i ti
nine dei. 1
thirteen tn To.
tfl the rnfeeted d. 'tins cm n
1 c to improve.
The previous rrovts nl C
on. mi c.'ptuie are
now denied- A ttitieh Hil Coiio July
Olh, sajl thtt merchant who ! It Ussxala
June ixvt y that before si. rm 1; hi- r. t s
letter ftrm CJsmertl G-mton to the' M 1 l.r of
Kaixnld, dated June 1 lib. According .0 Mm,
General Gordon I salt ami had abundant pi'o
visions and ammuniticVi. He waa short ef
money, nd wm raising ftmdt by istulnq
brmds, He was hemmed In rm all side by
rebels. As soon a the Nile rose his inientlrm
was tn equip steamers at Kn-snta. 'Ihnmer
chant says there wete provision suffk-ii'.r.t to
lint five months. The population of Kadcts
ilf, be states, have joined the Mahdf. Oil
July 30th the Mndlr of Djngol letegnph
that reports have reached that ctly Oatt
Cordon hod captured Rerhrr. The Mndlr has
sent an 'rmVitil to D.-bbah lo Mettlttm the
Irutli of the re pwns,
Jnj O00.UI his been forceit In Uvtrmv Joo,
ocm sterling, giving as collateral a block uf
Mlssoiiri-Paiiriic and Western Union, Hd
fore lie obtained ihe hum, Oonld wa forced lo
sign an agreement Ihat as soon as there slmuldj
be any delay in making goo.1 hi margin the
K.-ckr Iks tin- right to sell tile slocks In the
inatkst witlioiit Itinhsr lintiee, 'lhiis Gould
Is forced to tie himself up with all kinds of
restrictions, j.wt as Villard was when toller-
ing in his fall. Gould, however, is more un
fortunate' than Villard, in llrat he has fallen
upon birder lima the failure of Villaid and
the loss mid ruin it catisml resulting in a shock
to public confidence which is enormous.
Further shrinkage of values his rendered It
impossible for Gould to raise money on his
Western Union and oilier stock, as he other
wise mtght have done, soil happens lint in
his efforts to borrow be is forced to serk slcrl-1
ing laws, and, us thennm'i't ofhouaev that
make tlice is limited, he is obliged lo borrow
from the identical people with whom Villard
did a similar liaxiness one year ago. The
hope is general that Gould may loose his en
tire fortune. Gould stands lo loost $S),0O0,
oco by a recent decision of the United State
Supreme Court, whereby Go.ihl loses con
trol uf ilia Missouri P.icilic Railway.
IIONDLULV, AugttU, 9, 98
'fhe pk ait lift 1eri gxvtn Ovtr to ihemictKMitt
to fa i Lmititu avuvity it corrtrned, but it U
I'h.nfy ttdmt ttiM lli too tcil the clTtyu of tha &A
nti prcvfljiitg. On SALUrtl.) Usi Mr. Atbi.i ImiteJ
tliuttentIoiicf ll., pullicio a w'cgf jvct.,l pntuU of
the Hart Urut tiers' rrttaurant propstrtie, Lut pepU.
were nut Ijujing rejtajritm li.ely lat wetlt, eont
qttiit1, lite lit Ice Cr.m I'jrlor hrou;tt but
Ja.aoo &d the Iltue IIoum ( tTc SiitiOfl, but yx
llicAntur UonMliadto x dtvidssd thU week. Mr.
George Kaujip of the Germaiti.i Matlet boualit the
easc fur 3ou -subjt.'Ct to a montlilyttMil of $:
'IhelcAKkof rroAii UmU 111 HIlo, tUwait, Urcuc'it
fatr figures, vhU the Iea--s of nc an J vujar liidn, of
the UmVrupt e&iat of U Awg, Lroujht $it??i Ttly.
M !. LyanwV I.vcytaUj htlj aii cxteitive a
sinetvtte r rico tUmn'Un j-rvf crttoi oi SatuMtay
as at uliich Qinctautl) ottainej n birjaln at $10,250.
Of fchipplfi'; we ft ivc but littlu la rec-urtt for the wc,k.
'lite Au.tr.ilia from the Lolonioi.auJ ElliatiJ Marlpoa
froir ban 1'r.aniU), lv been all that Iiasn-lievesi
the njiotony, if we ttccpt the ileprtuics, whtch
Ifunpg the cumin? weeka ttiere will b tevcral
clwiiia of bisc by anunbtrr of bunuein flnat U
earitttit.Mr K. dnl lit parch ml tbo 1nJjr
UrkUsuiitit premiss for the sunt of $6,500. Mem.
Lm .inagh nn J Davie& v til move to ihs t uut UttJy oc
atpitd by Crowby&Cu. Chaiten Hamper will lake
his saddlery and Iiariif,) slck over to the WinJor
btani and Chat-lei J. Il-slnl ros0).oi to occupy Air
hai;m(.ri ajrntrasa bra.iclt qfhj Khton Lmprluti
'lit 1.4x3 Astor Houw VJr Icotcapltd ly LlWi
McCort) , billiariU ; (jjorn liaupp, in. at imrket ; and
ttia third division ai a jert!rj to-c,
The Marptxa airae to her doc'ri at t r it. ytcrdy,
bnsinj a fjir frticlu aud pawrfncr liii, and date to
tht, itt i'lttant,
Ity the arrival of th Ella on W'tdnnday the fullovi
m lepoit from the nltal 113 llect up to June Gih ha
S e.im Whalers rhrailicr 7 wlitl, Howl. cad and
J!a'una 6each, Norwhal 5, Orta 4, Mar nd tlcn j
LticitltJ t ; whstlcshipt, John HowUttd 7, Ohio arid
ICiInl-ow 3 ck!i, Vuiin; riiJitx 4, Abrwn lUrUr, Jo"
Mrpliine and Northern Liht 3 each, and the AtUntit,
lJ.at I lectwing, Hidalgo, Hunter, Mabel, Mart tni
Napoleon 1 whale ei'h.
1 he ichoonrr Caleb I'aten is rtrpvrunj Jdst.
Mtrcha.it Vessels Mow In Port.
Hoik, IVi Inllou .
I AlliAKI.f, ItubUirJ.
llHllill RV. IV.niilnll
. .,Aui IX
Vessels Expecta t from t'orclffn Forts.
Livekkh.i ll.11 1,1. Vakuna s. lujc-am
UniuiKx, 1U hi. C H I'latiur- Walters
Hue Adjust tu'is. tUckcxJJ .v: O), Astdu.
SVIJUKI, llritASUAeAKlJIA W'cbW
Due Aliii, JI. tlaclrel I A, Co , Asent
MCWCASTI E, N f, Am IHP Lt. llOHALiO. ..
sdleci July 8 , Agent.
sjai rxssctiico, Am .sCirvuphvtiNKY ..Pcjrbotn
t)u Aurf. 10. tlaslftldti; Co., Agrm.
i,lvHMse, iirie uk urciueiA,
Tat.ll tlilltl I. l IC Ilv.wt Jct.o . A.rntA.
Jcjiuii, Atn. bstnr llAtASli , i'lccnt)
Dlirhlslt Octotwr. A. t . Ccwlie, Aficiit.
UtiNt.Kox., Am ll Csvum , lUrvtotv
Ne tljo. C. Uncner A. Co., Aneueh
Boston, Am H Mariiiv IHvi Ihnsan
Sili Juno no. C. Ilrewcr & Oo., Aistvlte
Ns YoK,c, Ocr lk liiAets ...., ,'t itoroUg'tu
Sac4 Jtlii-) .6. (AMlc a Coil.3, Asus.
San K.ancisco, Am Hint UisotivRic lVnlman
NuwDue. ilultMl.'a.t Acnt,
San t'MASeiscii, Ami h. AesMnuA...,...,..Mursc
Due Au&u&i as, li1ntv, Co. Afirnts.
Husitiiieor, Amlern V,va 1 -.
lucAufust Lv,el. Coole, Afiemfc
lteaH via AIaiikibs, treneliss I'owi'KAiK, ' ' '
Has Aj;u.l . li V MnetsrUn. It Co, A;!in.
Lelini. .tin Lorenen frotn M aiil. Aujr 1
M'-aosa llou, ucii, be.r,lroni Ka'iulut ' a
Kin u, Mia, KicK fu .M.UI Oinl lUwtl,,,, ,..,., t
I italjnl, scn, Cameron frool Kaiul ' 3
AamrelM, lint . Glicsa, (rem, CVUsiUt ' j
intuitu, tvvtv, from 1'daul.aii.. ...,.,.,. ,." 3
W&imlu, teh, Irwci Kotoa , ....,,....;.." s
Llttl l, Mtrt, M'clslsveh f'li Maul intlu.li ... j
C. le, Dulioiv, s'm tlaviifrocn ItaciMtiiu., ,.,, M 4
KUrf, Am bit., Itosv. itn h4n r mciefsco fa
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lUnler.tcn 11.1-. Iron Konx .pel K.'l M 8
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f.i tsijisl, sth, MiOTjufjWb. IJ'J.tl..
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p " - i1
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li-t, .$, uJ 1110 Un, Jf, llv.n-,U: v.iut,
P., e-VTe .. ,.,.-.,. .-T.. lli. . .. .
For in Fri8 wr M.ei'.li, Aupiet i-ii.5r(
f- agu. 1)41 yL UJ-.. ins ewRs. (wi ArJiup
. ,-ibActrxv, r,tiboe. b,Siis 149 brUU,
r psa to !uTfll Sail Trsnciwrt, A
!r in), 1 j 1 , , dischv-urd pilot 4 ,4 r 14 -HsJ
Italvi -, sni . imKanrfnuoth to vilihin ww day
( II-H-I--H thvnM to bon had rftgcttrm! tndes fieri
1 t Sl 1 vlti, 6 ill v srt I j) hm r
I Sttlpplnu Svln.
I T- Mi c-- i i.iirsrsd iVtin frtnelsee f
Hen III u he 1 .lev.
Th Rt lit, Ivnv. CttaUm sajted ftna llenakotf
f.ir iri p.v.1 Jan tllh, and the Aitwfatn Haik Ceysiin
WJ July itt.
I he Kstalnsw arrived ortt tt jn Pmnhan July
tstth, i dvs nam IM aott, ih hmiM Cssedtpi
iht ib. xVi .!)- fi! Hfto, and 1st Rsurto en lh
i8tli, ; iUyx from Katmhit,
JACIFIC HAIL STtUMStliP COMPANY.
TOR Hi's FKARCfKO.
Tb -ttesMhsl sjtMHtMi,
i8tiv Homhlii fW8 liawelseo
Oji ftp nbout" 'August 2
OU StDjfJtV Vfe AUCKLAND.
11m flnnlW StamMip
CITY OP SYDSUY
DMtSom .M....... ,,..., ("ammti(kr
On or nljoul .. . . Aitu Olh
IV ngenik fort an how t.t-trfTl m Hum ilJr. M
Mn Fiitxwo ant: fttutn Tor $15. imt nwoa IriH
kmd for thipmint pet ttcanMr ma now te worn!,
(Vd of Chtn, III lh frft-l-fWf H3fihst,c ,. it
iittwrSrf. . '
1 or lYti&lH or wftt pp1y to
iTJ H. IlACrirht.0 A Ca , Awnw.
c. nnv.u tin .t untr.x.s r, Avmt.
MerchaHiliie rsrtftrrf Stmu; Fi, and 1WI ttJ.
piME TABLE OF STEAMERS
irnxii-isr,ANi stcau navioa.
DTr. ,. Commander
V, run rrgUorty for KONA nd KAU,
Leaves Hjno'ulu at 4 P. M.j
neturnluj, Tonc'ilng at Maili
Fndav . ,
ChnvTon, command r leaw-t Honolulu every Tu
day at 5 p m. for Navilm'i.t, IColon, HlwU, itU Vh
nn. kauiL Rlltlmir,' 1 f v. MswEtT...!! .t.i
nea, Kauai, Ktturoiri.
ItrJyti Nawi.iiii tny
Steamer ttumcx 3Ttthrc,
Frreman, commander. Ieam Honolulu erery Tlm
Jy 6 3 " f-r Kapxi nJ Kilama lUturn
in$ite Kftuai evtrj Mon lay at4p.ru., and touch
in? at WnUnae both t av.
fit va 111 tsr C. J. Itlthop,
I)aut cunimandcr, Iravc. Honolulu every Tuetthy
at 4 i.m, fur kuUnhaY. Honoka.t,and FsUauImu. Ue
turnfotj Jtrrhcji a; Harwintu everj ttaJaj mor..ins.
t0FML: or the Company, foot of Kilauea
Sfrert.praiMheP M S. S U harf. 171-
At the anntlAl mfstici; t-f llie Stoclholjtrs of T O.
Jlalli. lon yira'ssOJieU .vt thliwKe July as, 1814,
llio fcrawKisorAsiiinre Jlrcied'or ihe eiitil j'earO'
VV, W. Hail I'twildfnt ruij Manager , "
IM Q. At Its Secretary anil 't rcA.tu rr
llenii;. II. ll.ic ..Aatt.lcir
Henry Jl.iy ami CO Whita.,.5.,,. Directors
.04 4 L- C. Alll.ia, Ssueury,
OT I C E.
MESSKS. n. MOM & CO.
Kim: St mar. ....Honoluu'
Would beg to notify the Public ihat they
luvve luit recciiej a thipnieut of the famous
1 nousniiou) " sewing machinj:.
ST Anyperson wishinirtopureluavcuinjrnachlie
uoulil ilt hell tucxauiicie them.
n numUr tf superior
Daubls-barrel Dreach-loadloif Shot Gum,
V;iiichesterltiaes, Kennedy Rifle.
Smith & Wisson Revolvers.
A full luaorlioei.l of RTIIIDOCS, Wau iuiJ
paper ibetl j and bporeuntli. General Supplies.
XoT Call and examine our Slock 1
Hating, in our smitoy a flrt.rUss lcx. ami tun
5tnlib. wo are inepaixd to do ull Limliof re)vaiiliislna
fuKlats inam.er ond on stiurt botlce.
Acer Iny Jiirfifnr. rr ixiln.il unit tttJimttil
AnJ&lI L'nli of Iron vVorl nud. and repaired,
"T-HU KlfTERPRIBB PLANINO MILL,
AeAKHA Sr.a kuvm QuexM Sr
1 RLKFIION'E No. jj.
C. J, lUrdee. Proprlttor,
CONTIlAOTOn aatl DUILUEU
Planing, Shaping, Turning1,
Baint and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Dllnds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
Kuril miii fiojt lifti U'ooil for A,
MOLDINOS AND I'INISII,
A'.waji hi Ijisl
AllocJtci fdled on tl cx.uiiU r, ail JobUna promptly
ivtilsst to- IUmUIwj wi it 10 .oy pimni wiil.ii
.sir. iHjizs for kalYta. io-r
QOMETHINC NEW I
I.Y COQKJXG tiTO
A new method of vcittilating the
not become sojy or )icavy from thq
he meat lus the flavor pitiduccsl by
For Sate by
joj-tm , No. 8, Kaahciaar.u
OLL1STER & CO.,
ixvtri: Tttr Arri:xriox or tjti:
rvin.TQA cbOsntr jinnctt.t
th pirlWutof, t6 tnttr lt Anl
Vrted Hrtrinl cf
IM nvaNtst. Tills h atimsiMttil
19 tc 14 fHHII (msHHUS In III. ' ,
wM. AR crfom (SssraflSy.
Clut nrtnv t vlM ttrt
anJ le alo
mM IIm latiin and mt cempl.it liixV ef
t PATENT MCDICINES,
v,r Itpt id ili!, Kinatlun. A. t
Urie fnvofct ef
IVASJIKD 3tl)ITi:illt I.V.M.V .11H)S'dV,
clirKt from Turtvi, ttii from
und or ilicl. A;rnt rVrf
PAn!CE DAVIS & CO'S
J. C AYER & CO'S
Horief;ril' Ac'd Phos;liatta,
Green. Auguit Plo:r & Ccmaa Syra?,
AUcock Porous PUj'.lc Ca ,
Murray & Lansixa'j FlorlJa Water,
Ycrbi Uucni Dlttcra,
OLLISTErs Ei CO.,
att aLvo .Proprietors and Manufao.
facturtt of tha ctlet rated
Actnu for Wm. S. Kimball & Co'.
IVrttri'finr Vanity Vntrlt
t 7'obcicoo unit Cliiarctte
which 'luvino tlval 1 he
largest assortment of
PLUG TODACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR ClXaCi ALE eV S0DAWA7ER
lus always been reconleed as ihe
belt In th. niatUet.
OUR OIXGRR ALU EXTRACT
beln; manufactured from; our on
private formula In
AER.UED WATERS In Parent or Cork
Stoper.J.botiles ns dIrel,
IVIIOLESALC a UCTAIl.'.'ji NUOANU ST,
RSTAIL, Col. F0Rr4MH.1ClI,:irST3
lias Just rectlrcd per Mar posa and other Ltt srrlralil
WbittaVer Star Hams, tlietlfav: rjacw, California
Cream Ch.. FtJrtiaiil.V land, 1 able r rviiti. Pie
t rait, Ciatibrrry iuute, AiinK,r fsauce, issltd
Urtssiiu, J. ins and Jcil.cf Pklles, Oliv.
Od, Com.t nod Oolong I ea, s loas,
LnxUlh l!t-ilfal 'lea. sllwtt;
Japan tea, Uooed CnicVen
and "lurWy, Curried
Meal, Ainrrtean .
tlreakr Cer.J, "T
WI.li. O.is and Wheat, , ,
PucIsvUmI tlourpnd al.pt.
Snp, Uraham Hour. Oat Ma),
CfH Well. l,e.l, Cefli, parley,
Poatoes, Cube, Pondered and Ijuuh-
lated Su;ar, Ireih Splits, Fish Ctu.dcr,
CIjoi Cbooder, AiukW Mom M.al, Fataes
K.ivmm Ud, Cnukert of all llr.di, ic,, tU., 6c, etc
I'reah Qrouail Catio svfy Vaj,
LEAVE YOUR OR0CR3, OR R1N
iiisrnoa see 119.
tar GOODS DRUVEREn TO ANY
PART OF THE CITY FREE OF
J ,, 'tf-
VES it HAXGMS.
Oycn'so ttvat iu UUiif twfoosl does
ste-am or molssjuic in the Oven, and
roasting beforo on open fire,
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