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I J a diCMint of on third from tf te rates hkh
re fjf trannt advert. aemenif.
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ih pit hn ordered In, or i notice will 1 uVenof
thra TISt rtiet of t-hante arr Un In Ihe abow
Kale ml remittance for r-AMern American advert)
menu, or ubHpM?nt may n made by bank bill.,
c.a or tw-tal roooeT order.
JUNE a;. iMj
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KuiTOft. SATUHDAV I'resj -Sir Permit
me through the medium of your paper, to
place before sugar planter!, and others inter-
etted, a copy ol the aniljtU of two samples of
traih. from five roller mill. One sample from
Watflkea( Ililo. where.be Me double crushing,
(tot water I thrown through a fcpMjr pipe,
upon the trah at tt It leaving the first et of
loilcri, dihting inc juice from second mill, to
half the dendty of the first, and a sample from
one of the double crushing mills, at Spreckcls
ville, Maui, where no water is used to moisten
the trash before the second crushing.
Analysis of WaUWct trash is as follows I
Hare and mineral
Sucr left In If..
. ..-j6.;6 Tb.
. .. i.o3K.
Analysis of Spreckelsvllle trash from fise
roller raul without the application of hot water
to traih, before second crushing :
KtLrc and mineral J.IJ
Warer. .... ......... . 5tog
Sugar left tti trash . . . J.M
This shows 4.8 per cent, more sugar left In
trash from double crushing at Spreckelsville
without hot water, than there is it Waiakea
with double crushing aid hot water.
At Waiakea loo 11. of trash, as it comes
from the mill contains only l.oS lbs. of sugar
against 5.8S lbs. sugar left In loo lbs. trash at
Spreckelsville. This difference is sery great,
amounting to 1,71 lbs. sugar to every loo lbs.
cane in favor of the Waiakea " hot water pro
cess." Some planters are under the Impression that
what sugar is lost in the tiash, is partly got
back in the shape of fuel; but I am prepared
to show- that this is a great mistake.
The trash from Waiali- mill burns freely
in the common old style cf furnaces, aid, the
combustion being complete, the wholi work,
including the esaporation ol a'.l the water
thrown on the trash, can be done on the trash
The trash from the preckelssille mill docs
not burn freely, and has to be supplemented
by a great deal of coal to do all the work of
mills ami Imiling-housej and that too, with no
estra water to be evaporated, as at Waiakea.
My investigaiions in this direction convince
m', that trash frum different mills, containing
'.qua! percentages of moisture, have different
degrees of combustiblenes, just as there may
be more or less sugar left in the trash, the
greater will be incombustibility, and efficiency
for generating steam and s ice versa.
U. Georre Mar r in. Chemist.
Honolulu, June 15, 1SS5.
Tht I'nrl I'Aiyafc'fltl,
Dr. Henri G. McGrew, in a letter published
)csterdar, g'14 the other side of the quarantine
case concerning the Japanese steamer Varna
shiro Maru. It appears that when the steamer
was telephoned she was boarded by Dr. Henri
McGrew and Mr, Haysstlen, secretary of the
board ol health; that they ' ere met at the gang
way by the Japanese Consul, Mr. Irwin, who
informed the port physician lhat they had
measles on board, but produced a carefully
prepared report signed by the captain anil the
ship's, doctor, giving the date of the first and
last cases and snowing tle at that time con
valescent. Mr, Irwin alo gave an account of
the vessel's disinfection and cleanliness. Dr,
Henri McGrew proposed keeping the vessel
outside until he had reported to the president
of the board of health, but Mr. Hayscldcn
advised that, as in similar cases heretofore,
the vessel should be brought in and kept under
.....ttl..H itl th iiwitl U3 mailf. Tne
fj ship was aciNsdingly anchored off the quaran
tine wharf. A hasty examination was made
before leaving the ship which showed " pre
monitory symptoms of measles," and orders
were given the captain to allow no one to
board or leave the ship without proper author
ity. The president of the lioard of health
ordered the usual routine cairled out and Dr.
Henri McGiesv with Drs. Hrodle and Webb
went aboard and ma'de searching examina
tion and discovered two "unmistakable cases of
variola (small-pos)." The quarantine lbs was
Immediately hoisted, and a combined report,
recommending that the passengers be landed
In ouaiantine ami the vessel sent outside the
lets, was made to the president of the lioard iif
health. Df. McGrew slates lhat the two phjsl-
cians agreed ulth htm In their " diagnosis of
'w.vVT.k Km cases seen, which did not clearly
&- .l.n -MA.lr.! fValii ni smsll'IKlK."
On June w, 1SS5, the president of the
board of health, ander lesolution passed by
the board, appointed Dr. John lirodte port
physician. In place of Dr. Henri G. McGtew.
M .UK fi.ILt l.r.TTKH.
IttnittHlttt rt. 0flrtlr,
t-ast Saturday afternoon the champions and
e champions met on the diamond for the first
time this season, before a targe concourse of
"fair women and brave men, base lull heroes
of the other clubs, newipaper reporters, and
the veritable throng of rag a muffins who
always attend sports with the seeming purpose
of Retting in everybody's way.
At three o clock, Hairy Whitney and
Kinney lossedjip for position hlch was won
by Kinney, The game was not called, how
ever, until five jlnutes liefote four o'clock,
llefore the game commenced the Oceanlcswere
the favorites by two to one, and although the
HonolulJsrnade four runs in their fust Inning,
it did not materially effect the opinion of those
who had watched the games of last year and
remembered In every game, save one, the Hono
lulus made a targe proportion of their runs In
this inning and scarcely anything afterwards.
Some Inespetienced persons, notwithstanding,
reached the hasty conclusion that everybody
thought the llonolulus weie going to hasc
The only changes nude in the two nines
were the addition of Moehonua to the Oceanic
and Crabbe to the llonolulus.
It was almost four o'clock when Umpire
Ilishop called the game and the big II, boys
went to bat. Fled Oat led off, took first base
and stole to second. Hay Wodehouse followed
to first base. Whitney went to bat and Hay
stole his iccond, Before Whitney reached first
base, Hay stole home. The ball was thrown
wild to the home plate and Scotty made
high, jumping, catch. Guy Wodehouse took
the bat and went out At first base, Harry
Whilney coming home. George Markham
followed, but went out on a Ay batted to short
slop. Jimmie Uowsett reached his first by
the ball being muffed by Kinney at fir it base.
Fred Whitney and llrown both took first base
and Drown had stolen to second when Crabbe
struck out and retired the llonolulus with a
scute of 4 tuns which they only Increased by
1 runs during the remainder of the game.
In the third inning. Hairy Whitney, of the
llonolulus, went out on a high liner to third
base, which was gamely caught bv Thurston,
who sustained a demurrer to its continuance by
leaping nimbly into the air. Guy Wodehouse
went out at the home plate, trying to run in,
and Jimmie Dowsett put the boys out by
hitting a fly to Denny Baldwin in the infield
Wall and Doc Grossman made a run each
for the reddegs before Scotty, Kinney and
Denny Ualdwin went out in succession, Wall
taking his first, reaching third on a wild throw
to first base, and Denny Baldwin stealing home
In the fourth inning the big II. boys re
ceived a fresh egg, by Matkham, Dowsett and
Fred Whitney retiring on fljs. The Oceanics
made three runs. Denny Daldwin took his
first and stole lu third. Eddie Jones took first
on seven ball and stole to second. Moehonua
made a fine hit to center field, bringing the
boys in and coming home himself before .
Daldwin, Wall and Grossman went out.
In the fifth inning, Crablie made a run for
the llonolulus by Moehonua muffing his fly In
center field. Oat went out on a foul to first
base, sirvl Hay and Guy Wodehouse both fol
lowed suit by going out on first. Scotty made
a run for the Oceanics in this inning before
Denny lblda-in went out at first, Eddie Jones,
on a foul ta Wodehouse, and .Moehonua on a
tly to Drown in center field.
The big H. boys retired with a large rooster
e At the end of their sixth inning, Mark
hsTti going out at second base on a throw of
Scotty's, Fred Whitaey going out at. first and
Drown going ou: crti a foul to Scotty. who
made a fine catch in the air. Scotty was
disabled for a few minutes while Fred Whitney
wxs at the bat by being struck on the knee
pan by one of Wall's swift pitches.
Thurston and Wall iiJe two runs for the
Oceanics before they were retired, E. Daldwin
going out oTi first base, Scotty going out at
first by Hying to return after starting for
second, and Kinney going out on a fly to
The llonolulus took their usual white-wash
ing, as a matter of course, in the seventh in
ning, by Oat, Hay Wodehouse and Harry
Whitney following nut in succession, leasing
Crabbe on second bate.
The Oceuiici made three more runs this
inning. D. Saldwin and Eddie Jones both
reaching &k: base when Moehonua brought
Daldwin fr-me by a safe hit to right Old;
Junes and Moehonua coming in lcfos Thurs
ton went out at first. Wall on a flj? to short
stop and Doc Grosman struck out.
In the eightii inning the hen of fate laid
another egg fas the big II. boys, Guy Wode
house going out on a fly to second base,
Markham out at first base and Jimmie Dowsett
on a high liner which was jumped for and held
by K. Daldwin at second base. The Oceanics
corralled the pullet this inning, Scotty and
Kinney both going out at first, Benny Baldwin
and Eddie Jones making safe base hits, and
Moehonua going out on first by a throw from
Fled Whitney on third, closing the Oceanics'
score at II runs.
Only the first half of the ninth inning was
played. Fred Whitney ol the llonolulus went
to bat and immediately retired at first base.
Brown reached first base and took second.
Crabbe went out on a called strike when Oat
made a three base hit which brought Drown
home. Hay Wodehouse ended the fray by
hitting a fiy to Moehonua In center field, with
the score of the llonolulus standing at six tuns.
The following is the official score and report
of Mr. Davidson of the survey department :
r. a. r t't.nit.a hum.
The Clorlous Fourth-is lobe gloriously C-"W. ''"''-" '',?"""'" ""'
celebrated this year. The American element
has taken hold of the matter in eainest and
there seems no doubt that a " good time" will
lie hail, in the veiy bet sense of lhat coin
I.asl Monday night some fifty Americans
met In the dining rixnn of the I lav, aiian I lotel
to appoint a committee of arrangements and
discuss the best method of procedure.
The meeting was an enthusiastic and a hit
monlous one. Hon. George D. Meriill and
Consul McKinley were present, but each ile
ctineil to preside. Dr. J. S. McGrew was
unanimously called to the chair and Mr. J. K.
Wiseman unanimously chosen secretary. After
some brief preliminary discussion, Mr. Frank
Godfrey moved that a committee of 15 be
appointed by the chair, to be styled the es
ecutive committee, which committee should
formulate a general plan of exercises and ap
point all sub-committees. This motion, after
being amended so as to InJude the chairman
and secretary among the committee, was unan
imously carried, and the meeting adjourned
to meet again at Ihe same place last Wednes'
day evening. After iIk meeting a subscrip
tion list wasopened and some $700 subscribed
The executive committee chosen were as fol
lovtsrDr, J. S, McGrew, chairman) Mr, J.
E. Wiseman, secretary) Consul McKlnle), Dr,
M, Grossman, Messrs. I. II. Paly, W. W,
Hall, Frank Godfrey, William Unger, D. K,
Dillingham, J. M. Oat, Jr., F. M. Hatch, J.
S. Simmons, II. Gunn, W, II, Atdrlch and
A. J, Cartwtlght.
Isst Wednesday evening's meeting, though
not so well attended as Monday evening's, was
also harmonious and enthusiastic, the only
difference of opinion being In regard lo the
best place to hold the ball. Mr. J. II. Paty
thought the hotel was the best place for the
ball, because it was cooler, because It had n
better supper room and because its facilities
for promenade were so much finer. Dr.Gross.
man acknowledged the disadvantages of the
Musical Hall, but thought them more than com
pensated for by the larger audience room in the
hall. He further said that many people who
do not dance enjoy looking on and that if
seats enough were provided for on-lookersat
Ihe hotel the comfort of dancers would be
interfered with, hil? at the theatre there was
room enough for all. It was also suggested
that a refreshment lanai might be put up, so as
to obviate the necessity of descending to the ill-
smelling quarters where the supper was given
last year. It was decided, by a large majority
vote, to gise the ball in Musical Hall, on the
evening of Friday, July 3rd.
It was decided to begin by a federal salute
of 13 guns at sunrise; lobe followed by an
early-cnoening parade of the " Antiques and
I lorriMes;" literary and musical exercises in
Musical Hall at 10 a. M. ; national salute at
noon of 3S guns, one for each state; federal
salute of 13 guns at sunset.
It was then voted to give each of the sub
committees, named below, the first name of
each being chairman, full power to act in each
-WwrVr and Bells : J. M. Oat, Jr., J. W.
McGuire, S. M. Carter and W. II. Aldrich.
Antiques anJ ItcrriHtt : II. F. Hebbard,
G. C. Stratcme)cr, E. A. Williams and C. K.
l.ittrary E.trtiies : S. H. Dole, M. M.
Scott. Dr. J. S. McGrew and Dr. N. II. Emer
son. Musical Exercises . John II. Paty, J. W.
Varndley, W. W. Hall and C. M. Cooke.
Decorations : G. C. Stratemeyer, William
Unger, C. E. Williams A. W. Richardson
Kid Dr. M. Grossman.
Yinting: J, E. Wiseman, K.
U. S. Smith and Frank Godfrey.
Refieskmtnli : V. C Jones
Dillingham, IV. M. Graham
Finance : It. M. Whitney, K. W. Laine,
Joseph Hyman, C- II. Eldridge and J. E.
Sail: F. P. Hastings William Unger,
Hugh Gunn and Dr. Henri McGrew.
The ball &ub-con:suttees are as follows :
Arrangement : F. P. Hastings, William
Unger, Hugh Gunn, George W. Smith and
Dr. Henri McGrew,
Host and Hostesses : Hon. G. W. Merrill,
Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. F. P. Hastings.
Keceftion ; K. W. Laine, J. M. Oat, Jr.,
J. II. Fisher, J. S. Simmons, W. M. Graham
and A. W. Richardson ; blue rosettes
Floor Mjnjger : F. P. Hastings; white
Floor Committee : William Unger, L. C.
Abies, C. A. Drown, Hugh Gunn, S. J.
Levey and J, E. Wiseman ; red rosettes.
The following literary programme has been
eecided upon : Opening remarks by Hon. G.
Vt Merrill, piesident of the day ; reading
of the Declaration of Independence, Mr. W.
A. Kinney ; oration, Mr, II. N. Castle.
Only about $1200 is needed for this year's
entertainment, most of which has been already
I'he closing exercises ol Ihe year at Oahu
"oltege began Thursday morning. They were
attended by many parents ami friends of the
hool. Oral examinations made Ihe order of
the day ami were carried on In Physical
Geography, Greek, Ijtin, Zoology, Algebra,
Geometry, Geology and English History. In
connection with the Zoology examination.
essays on zoological topics were read, as fol
lows by the following pupils : Miss Knma
Kenton, Moths and Butterflies ; Miss llattie
Hitchcock, Mammalia) Mis (.'. V. Mnssman,
Foreign Birds in the Hawaiian Islands ) Miss
Rose C. Davidson, Hawaiian Singing Dirds 1
Miss Lillian Lyman, Wading Dirds of the
Hawaiian Islands I Miss Ida Campbell,
Winged Insects 1 Miss May Iillingham, Cen
tipedes and Scorpions ; Miss Helen Sescrance,
Spiders of the Hawaiian Islands ; Mr. Oliver
Carter, Sharks ! Mr. Horace C'hsmberlain,
Crabs 1 Mr, Arthur llrown, Swimming Ilirds.
The literary exercises of Thursday afternoon
were as follows 1 Miss Katie Uodgers, readings
from Dickens) Misses Wells, D!llingham,Kod.
gers and Master Mossman, original dialogue;
Miss llattie Hitchcock, essay on Self Help,
Recitations t Oliver Cattcr, Philip Shall not
Wed Mary ; Miss I.. Dickson, Scotland's
Maiden Martyr; Miss Helen Sotenson, The
Blacksmith s Story.
The musical and thetorlcal exercises at
Oahu College yesterday r. M. were well at
tended, well leccived and well executed and
will be noticed In detail nest week.
The closing exercises of Punahou Preparatory
School look place yesterday foreni'on. The
large audience room was beautifully decorated
with fcixs and flowers, andvsasfillcdwithfriends
and relatives of Ihe pupils who had gathered
to listen to the literary and musical perform
ances 01 the schossi. 1 he exercises throughout
showed the proficiency of the pupils and the
result of the ) ear's efficient training wereplainly
visible lo those present and complimentary to
the teachers The programme was an inter
esting one, consisting of recitations, songs,
dialogues and compositions. The perform
ances deserving especial mention, among the
many other ones, were a composition by Arthur
Wilder, a recitation byjaney Hare, a recita
tion by James Judd, an esviy on Doss by
Ellen Dicknell, a recitation by Walter Dil
lingham and a reciation by May Watcrhouse.
The following is a list of the names of those
promoted to Oahu College together with per
centage for the year's woik :
gnas Judd, 9S.3S; May Waterhnu5e,o3.i6;
ArthurWildcr, 96.56; Ellen Dicknell, 96.30;
Minnie Dailcy, 95 So; Willie Wilder, 95.60;
Juanita Hassingcr, 92.80; fancy Hare, SS.j;
and James Dicknell, 80.40.
ST. ALIIAS'S COI.LLGE.
The closing examinations and exercises of St.
Albau' College, under the management of
Mr. Alatau Atkinson will take place during
the 9th and loth of July, Examinations will
be held as follows: Greek, Zencphon; Latin,
Virgil, Sallusl and Ccesar; Fiench, Mallicr's
Comedies and Racine's Athalic. Also in
modern history, geometty, algebra and the
usual, lower branches. The examination of
the drawing will be under Mr. Charles Fur
neaux. The closing literary exercises will
consist of declamations, essays, readings and
music. The musical part of the programme
will be made alt especial feature of the occa
sion under the direction of Mr. Atkinson
MRS. W'ALLACE'b SCHOOL.
The examinations of Mrs. Wallace's school
will commence on July 15th. Notice will lve
given hereafter of order of exercises.
ll.ixoLfU', June 17, IJS5.
tl It pleasing lo note Ihe indications of im
provement in various lines of trade lhat is
taking place around us, ami though it dues
not as yet effect the letail trade, il neverthe
less gives an encouraging outlook for a rtvtval
In business circles. Ijsi week was noted the
full and satisfactory figures of the large anil
important sale of leal estate, which, with the
inquiry for lumlier, and Ihe building improve
ments under way, indicated a more confident
spirit pervading linn many were inclined to
believe etlsted. In further corrolwration of
this view we arc pleased to record Ihe activity
at ihe Iron Works iqwn plantation orders,
principally with the view of extending and
improving the crushing caacity of several of
our large plantations, liases! Uon the success1
of the maceration process at the Waiakea
Plantation, and aided by Ihe improved and
film lone of the sugar markets abroad.
The arrivals for the week have been the
Alameda, Ella, and J. 1). Spreckels from San
Francisco") the llitmah, from Glasgnw; the
Julia Ford from Departure Day) and the Cen
taur from Hongkong.
The departures this week have been few and
the exports correspondingly light. Next weeks
list, however, will show considerable difference.
The Alameda came to hand on Monday,
the 22nd instant, with her usual assorted cargo
and passenger list. Williams, Dimond & Cos.
trade circular, by her, Is given herewith, and
reports quite an advance in rice, which will be
welcome tidings to a nurtber of islanders.
MoNtm, June --11
ch t.uka from Hamakua, Hawaii
Itiit lilt Dirmah from (ilssgow
.Stmr Alameda from San I- ranclscu
Tumiiw, June JJ
Ss.hr Liholilm from Kauai
Smr Kllauca Hini from Hamakua
WriiNMliAV, une 24
Ilk Jtilis Ford from Departure Day
Sch Walehu from Kauai
Sch Kawailani from Kauai
TntrnAltAY, une 2e.
Stmr t It. Ilishop from Walanae and Kauai
Stmr I.eliii.1 from Hamakua
Schr llaleakala fnmi Peoeekeo
Sell Manuokawal from Koolau
Schr Maloti) from Pepeekeo ami Hilu
Schr Mile Morris from Molokal
Sch l.eahlfrom Hanalel
Ger bk Centaur from Hongkong
Dgtne J D Spreckels fiom San Francisco
Schr American Gill from Walanae
Sch Calerina from Hanalel
Schr Kulamanu from Hamakua, Hawaii
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
n: a. nun (Mtihititn')
VS",ll run r4uUrlr to Maalaa, Maul,
.. Comma ndT
ami Koiui and
The funeral of, the late Mr. Koliert Copelan i
Austin, who died on the 18th instant, took
jJ.ace last Sunday and was largely attended,
notwithstanding the heavy rain shower and
threatening weather. The funeral services
were conducted in English ami naiive by the
Revs. E. C. Oggel and H. H. Parker, re
spectlvely, after which the body was borne to
the grave by a detachment of Engine Com
pany, No. 2. - Mr. Austin was buried beside
the grave of hi brother William In the
family's private grave-yard.
B. BaMsS. a. ,
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1 huruon,)Q. .
. lUUwia, tV,
GrMunAa, . (,.
The tncanipmenl, which was contemplated
by the Honolulu Rides nest week at WaikikI,
has been given tip for the present.
Major Baker made an addition to the usual
Ucttct ol the Uiegular army on Wednesday
rJfiht, eically to the amusement ol the saull
bon. bv eivinc an occasional cutumand la
orotund tones 10 " wipe your sweats 1"
" Wy yew ! I" aU ilw );
IVa lavs all siwwsd six n rati.
Wipe rxn ls fs 111 M
Ywi tWl bat under mj IU.
Ta boys scrwkUJ ski us il lhaif la.
AM UufUJ al Ui ln smJoc i .
AaJ ifcxtatu of llw ! Itwr" "t 1
KMiUlass IS kn.a U His ( j.
Battalion dilll under Major Uakci was held
t lit lupUrudc U Wednesday evening tl
tsifht o'clock, The battalion, consisted of the
Honolulu Rifles, Captain AMrich commanding,
tssst King's Own, Captain Nowlcin command
its saW Princes) Own, Lieutenant Libkalard
cspissuadso,, ami the UotuehoM 1 loops,
Uwaio KiaUlewal cootoaandiog. After drill
Ike UliaUws, tvecoaipnled by the drum aJips
MtdMst ta loUai PsUce, where' the
toooyt psiaoed ta review Wswait KLssg KUaWa.
lrA asatya arswd of ajMctMoit gMkoswl olossg
V Ik Mm of mmk ! W tat cf FeMStrsm.
'! sMtp MH lillllllll M 101 sax J.
Oar, K. B.,s.a
Wodahoux, II ,c
WoxihuuM, Uuv, I U
MarkKaat. I'm., f ...
IVjmii, Jr.Jas.r. f. .
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Urowa, S-, A., cr. I 4 11
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The Press has received from Mr. II. R,
Judah, assistant passenger agent of thi
Southern Pacific Railway, a copy of Denlley't
Hand-Hook of the Pacific Coast, which con
tains a complete list of prominent sea-side and
mountain resorts and places and objects of in
terest on the Pacific Coast ; gives the names
of railroads and passenger agents and tablcjsif
the departure of trains and steamers ; altocwi
tains sketches of the railway lines of the
Pacific Coast and quotes largely from A Trip
to Hawaii, by Charles Warren Stoddard, and
from Thrum's Almanac and Annual. The
book will be found of especial intciest by those
visiting the coast and contains much valuable
Information for the tourist or traveler. The
illustrations throughout are numerous and are
Last ii,tuas-Ocaaak ;, liwolvsU 10.
IKU Uav-IL Vtbjlnav.
Euiud nm-Owuc s. HoaoloW 1.
-a Um oa rrs-Ocin a. Honolulu ;.
Ilrss Wat oa UlU-OotaJUC J,lloull s.
rwW tvt-Hwnr Wkasaay,
Sews, oil-Owaiik 1, Houololu a.
W04 sckM-Wal! 1, MatUuws .
Vii UU.-Sc.ai s Wo4tksM J.
Uaipsro 1-". BUisosv.
It no a &akiia aaaac. ao SM aolaat frtat M tf
rurku V &!... a k.S SlfAJ.,1!. IL
lot Usaaaats sr oy snin law ama so uw rs
is 04 laaM,
HoLYoluU, June 24, 1U5.
In Newell's " Kamchamcha," that writer
speaks of algerobas in Waimanu Valley, Ha
waii, before the birth of the " conquers;
king." There are no algerobas now in Ysi
manu, and it Is safe to say there never have
been any. The first algcroba brought to this
country was planted in the yard of the Roman
Catholic Missson on Fort street. The first
royal palm wax brought Irom Cuba or Jamaica
by Dr. Judd and planted in the yard now owned
by Captain Hobron on Nuuanu street. The
monkey 1 was planted by Mrs Wood In
the yard now owned by Dr. McGrew, Capt
ain Adams, an old-time mariner, brought the
first mango trees to Honolulu. Will some one
supply Ihe dates 1
Owing to the misinformition we stated last
Saturday tint .sirs. Laura Dickson was an
expected passenger by Ihe Alameda. The
facts are that Mrs. Dickson, accompanied by
Misses Katie and Hessie Dickson were to
leave Boston on the 20th instant. They were
to go to Albany and leave that place for San
Francisco on the 23rd, accompanied by Master
Allan Judd. They were to remain in Oakland
and San Francisco until the Alameda sailed on
July 15th ; then home.
To-morrow, at the Dcthcl Union Church,
will be observed as "Children's Day." At the
morning service, 1 1 o'clock, there will lie in
teresting exercises by the Sunday-school and
an address by the pastor. In the evening,
7S30 o'clock, there will lie shown a moss-grown
tower in which thirteen young ladies will place
chimes. There will be addresses on the
Sunday-school by Gen. Scc'y. Fuller and
Frederick T. Rouse, r,, of Maul. All ere
The first of the free monthly social enter
tainments was held al V. M. C. A. Hall last
Thuisday evening. Mr, P. C. (ones presided
and welcomed the large number of persons
who had responded to ihe invitations of mem
bers. The literary programme consisted of
music, readings, and a short address by the
general secretary, -Mr. Fuller, After the exer-
rises Ice cream and cake were served and a
most enjoyable evening was spent.
Mr. W, D. Kawainul, well known in Hono.
lulu, wheie he resided many years, died at
Huclo, Maui, on Ihe I Jlh Instant. About a
year ago Mr. Kawainul severed his connection
with the naiive newspaper Ko Hawaii Pae
Aina on account of ill health and removed to
Maul. He was an active member of Kauma.
kapili Church, was 35 years of agj and leaves
a large circle of friends ami a devoted wife to
mourn his early death.
Our last circular was dated, June
SjOAR Qir local market continues in
about Ihe same condition as noted a month
ago, except that at that time the prices of Ihe
American Refinery were Ja'c below the Call
fnrnla Refinery and they are now higher,
the reduction having lasted only a few days.
Although raws have advanced alt over the
world and the effect has been felt in the
Eastern market to some extent, there have
been few changes thus far in the prices of
refined bn this Coast.
Eastern ami Foreign markets : To-day the
situation is much the same as noted in our last
report. Prices stilt continue below foreign
markets and arc a little slow to respond to the
lecent advance. The strong feeling noted two
weeks ago has been followed by a short period
of dullness, which Is caused principally by the
continued efforts of refiners lo keep prices
We quote from New York Exchanges of
June otn, as loiknss t "the market hassle
veloped no nenr feature of special importance.
Consumers have resolutely refrained from buy
ing spot supplies and Ihe demand ecnerallv
has been of the same indifferent character that
has been so conspicuous a feature ever since
the present advance was established, while
sellers entertain firm views and in most in
stances ask much higher iirices than could be
obtained, on the present basis of values. The
consequence is tnat this market continues to ue
the lowest in the vvorld.and the strong position
existing everywhere else is neutralized here by
the difficulty in effecting sales."
Our latest telegraphic advices of the 13th
itist., stale that the dullness had continued up
to the present lime refiners have refrained
from purchasing more than their immediate
wants, but sellers continue strong in their ex
pectations of higher prices. On theabnvedate,
however, the tone of the market was decidedly
better and Improving from the dullness noted
ntiovc. The demand for refined was also in
creating. Cuba centrifugals, 96 test, 6 c.
There lias also lieen a reaction in beets
since our last report, but considering the rapid
advance in that article for the past few- weeks,
this reaction is only a natural consequence and
Euiopcan crops ure backward and the de
ficiency is estimated from 500.000 to 600,000
Cuba crop is finished and is about the same
as last year. There are few sclleis.
London, June nth. Beets 88, 6 3d.
June 13th, 16s., at-fd. Market strong.
No chance in Manila basis, which is Sl.60.
Rice Owing to oar light stocks and no
receipts per Alameda, together with the news
that the new crop is damaged, rice advanced
jv.vjm....... .-yj.- is ..
latter figure is the present pnee.
News of the crop is anxiously awaited.
Flour G. G. Ex. Family $4,701 El Dor
URAN I'er ton I. o. D. J 1 0.00.
llAKLEY No. I feeil per ctl. $1.32.
Groumi Darlky $28.00 per ton f. o. b.
Oats Fair $i.io,mcd. $i.25,choice$i.35.
Hav Compressed wheat and oats $13.50
to $t5.oo.targe bales $12.50, to $16.00.
LtsiK $1.40 per bbl. f.o.b
Ciiartuks Market continues in much the
same condition as when vs'e last advised you.
Several large iron have ben closed al 32s 6d
Coik, U. K., while one of small capacity
obtained 36s 3d with 2s 6.1 reduction to any
port direct and will load Hour.
Harvest progresses. English market quiet.
Exchange London 60 ds-st. $4.84, N. Y.
sight 1-5 preni.
Williams Dimond & Co.
Saturday, June 20
Stmr C R Bishop, for Walalua and Kaua.l
Schr Lcahl for Hanalel, Kauai
Tern Vesta for Port Townscml
Sch Mile Morris for Molokal
MoniiaY, June 22
Stmr James I Dowsetl for Molnkai
Stmr Llkclike for Maui
Stmr W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii
Stmr twalanl for Hamakua, Hawaii
Stmr Mokolii lor Molokai
Sch Ka Mol for Iiupahochoe
Sch Manuokawal for Koolau
TumiiAY, June 23
Stmr lames Makce for Kauai ports,
Stmr Kinau lor Maui and Hawaii
Dktne Klik1t.1t for Port Townsend
Sch Ehukal for Walalua
Schr Wailele for Maliko
Schr Mana for Ililo
Schr Sarah and Ellra for Koolau
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Wednesday, June 24
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Schr Luka fur Hamakua
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Thursday, June 25
Stmr C. R. Bishop for Koolau
Schr Llholiho for Kauai
Sch Mile Morris for Molokal
Friday, June 26
Slmr Kllauea llou for Hamakua, Hawaii
Slettmrf Planter (IMUtnr)
t.avs estry Tulay at 3 f. St. for Nawtliv.il!,
Koloa. Klcel ami YVatmra. Kfturninjt, wilt trast
Natllt-ill tt-t-rv Satunlayat 4 p. M., arrlvs-a; at llono
Kilu, tvrrv Samlay al f A. St.
Will run -vaulaily to ltamoa Maul, aiX KuVui
haste, llonnkaa and I'aauhau,
Steamer V H lUnhnt
Macm'Lry - .t..Comcnlfi
I.CAtet txtry S.iuJav At I a. m. fjr WXarAe,
Oahu, anJ lUnll ah.. KiUtteA, KauaI. Ret urn In if,
nt Ilanatct evrtf 1 uevUy at i r. St., Ami itinclilnj
At WaIaIua And W'AiAnA Wednevliy. an J Arriving at
Honolulu ume Jay at 4 M.
Strtimcr httmi Mahre,
W'iiR.t , ....Cimmant.ler
Will run regularly to Kapa, Kauai,
JrVir it nut r to th hav
rhruUafiS Ticket! n the Volcano And return.' can nr
t hatl At the office of the Inter! tUmi SleAm iNatljiA
I km Co, TourWt ami others lAvlnz Honolulu per
Strirr.fr '"A. ('.. Hall will be UnJexl at t'unAluu.
hrre a fint-cLm Hotel U now opened for the accom-mod-itton
of traveler; I'.ence by Railroad to Pahala,
thence by Mane Coach to Half-way Home, litre
llornei and Guide will be in attendance to comey
them to the VolcAno
II)' ttm route, the run ml trip cm I nude in 7 tlaji,
gitlng 1 day And a ntfti.ta At the Volcano.
Ticket (or the round trto. include Conveante.
C.uUle. lioard and Lodging, )6.k..
For further particulars inquire at the office of Inter
Wand St ean t Navisatioi. Co , Honolulu.
J. ENA, T. K. K0S1 EK,
16; ir Secretary. Frfddent.
EGULAK CASH SALE.
ON THURSDAY, JULY Hrslr,
At so a. m r ova MsiMWSwsiJ,
will t sold at anftlrtn
IWs- Goods ClolMnf,
Classwar,, Lro4Vtr)ran.t rtnwara,
Sasas No. I and t fsufir,
A Una of CliwITTriir,iii,
liUs. Salmon, rte,, f"e.
Also V of
I.IUSH . l.tli'l'.V,
ROUTE AND TIME TABLE
From S.in Francisco per bktne Ella, Satur
day June 20 J A McGuire, B N Nichols, W
AMoilc, TO Dohlssf& , ch.
From Kahutui and way ports per stmr Like-
like, Saturday, June 20 S Selic, Ah Qinurr,
Mrs B W Kassaiuui, Miss A Lukela,Mr Lerc7,
G E Boardman, J O Matlin, 53 deck & 3
From Maui and Hawaii ivr stmr Kinau,
Saturday June 20 II R II Princess Lilluoka-
lam, (iov uominis, - L sMoht, b I. Ilarsey,
C E Richardson, EG Ilitchcock, MlssET
Hitchcock, J F Mackenzie, Miss K Atkinson,
M Koki, iliss M Ulii, Lan Chong, A S Hart
well, II Harrison, Miss A Doherty, Miss S
Doherty, Hon A Fornandcr & 124 deck.
From Molokai per stmr lames I Dowsed,
Siturday June 22 Mr Dower & 5 deck.
From Jim I-'rancisco, per stmr Alameda,
Monday, June 22 J T Watcrhouse and ss-f, F
W Damon, Dr A A Mouriu and wf, M S
Grinbaum, Miss L I.ouir.vn, Miss M Walker,
Miss A Walker, Palmer Woods, J Kulienslien,
Miss L Jackson, F McQuadc and wf, Mrs W
Wilder, G K Wilder. II Wilder, Mrs J J
Kessler, M M Schuhl, F J Young and vs-r, S C
Reynolds and wf, Miss M 1 D.nii, Geo
Robinson, MUs I Know land, Jos Tilden, Mrs
S J Les-ev and infant, A HotTnung and wf.
Miss L HofTnuni:, II Edwards, Mrs C C
Baker and son, Mrs M A Molina and dbtr, C
T Hojt, G Brown and 160 steerage.
From Kauai ports per slmr lames Makee,
Sunday June 21 Mr& Mrs Rice, Cant Ross,
.Mr spin w J- Allen, .Mr .V .Mrs L Titcomo,
Dr Sheldon, Dr Thompson, W Bramhall. &
Leaves as pr fotlowinir schrdule t ToucMnR
lahaina, Muslaa, .MaVena Mahukona, Kawaihae,
Ilupahoehoe, Ililo and Keauhou.
ruesday, June 30,
Tucsdas, July 7,
'luctday, juty 14,.
luesoa), juiy at,. . .
Iuedai, July a8, . .
Tuesday. Aneutt 4 ,
'luesday, August it,
I'uesda), August 18
1 uesday, August 13,
Tuclay, SepremWr 1,,
'luesday, Setemlrr 8,
luesday, SeplemWr is,.
luesoay, .-cuemur aa,,
Tuevlay, Septeinher 29,.
Ilito and slv Ports.
....Ililo And way Ports.
.Volcano and way Pons.
,.,.... Ililo and way Pons.
, .Volcano and was Ports.
Hito and way Ports.
Vokano and way Ports.
Ililo and way Porta.
. .Volcano and way Ports.
.... .Ililoaml was. Porta.
...Volcano and way Porta.
Htloand way Porta.
.... Volcano anil way Porta.
.......lliloand way Porta.
Special Credit Sale,
We are mittucte.l hy f). V, Mir'AM-ANr; A CO.
to offer At I'ublic Wttn oil a liUral credit At our
TIllfHNIM 1', .VM' v, jssr,,
At ton, m. -
'Ihe foil inn lot of he ctmiftnn.l Jt receh-ed
from the nunufactorte,
India Kubber Water Proof l'tt,
I't'ltlty" Afon, Water lYouf lrf I S f'tt
Austrian and New ttlt Kiig,
libinlrtt, ,tkjrld Coign.
A Choicr ,uvuk of
Tailors' Cotton Prlntwl l.inlnirH,
5 C01U each of 1 And 3 linti - 1 '
itK.nr K.stitoiMii i.tutTtuui nr.lvtstu,
A Very Kine .vrtmentf
GENTS' HOSIERY, ETC.
A Small l,t fin A of SUI'I'.KIOK Ml.UINO
tlAUZK SIIIKIS. An Invoice of
LACED BYCICLE SHIRTS,
Whita ami Colorvd, twclalty Mannfatlnrvil for this
MarVrl. AlsoaClioIt, U of LAIIIIkS hllAVVI.S,
anil 01 tier tlM1s t(a, nninernus to mention.
i.ro.xs .t i.k'vkv,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
-IOK SA1.K AT-
We are Instructed to wll by t Ute Autiimi at our
valeiroom on .MONMIAV, luly (th. At 12 nmm. the
protierty tituAted at KaiviUina, npKHU lite What
Lheer ifoue, at the utwt rlce of 1I1K1.K '11I0U
SAND, FIVE IIUNI)KI I) HOM.AKS ($),m)
'Ihe land riintUtt of an arv& nf line aire, more or leJ.
with btuldintl And oulhoue thereon, Ihn buiMiitj;
In coikJ rejsair And newly minted, And crinlt. of
parlor, three lie,, rooms kl
ine propenyu e
i ituttitM And &1o a Urit
uved At a reservoir in cnie of dr.wjiht
urilr and uiniitit'
un aicr iroiu
LnRKNafKV,, ,. ..CllMMANUAR
Leavet 5foiiJavat 4 1. m for 'Kaunakakal, Knlm
lul, lluelo. Hart a And Kipahutu ; And for Keanae, Mo
kulau and Nuu ever) other week. Keturning vill atop
At the Ab)e port, Arriving back Saturday mornings.
-For mail jid pawenen onlv.
three bed roimt. VStchcn.
room. Ihe tirnoerlv W vt
iron tank, hicM cun ie
I here Ate nto
niimbei of trraive Itearin v.nea. 1 he imrthAner of
thtt land hatheotiin of leatt n nil aJjuimnu ettn
of land comiriinit an btta of one rik( bite 1th acre,
At ia annual rental of $40, the unit hAiiiU 8!i jrari to
rvn. I'he title orihe al-ove land U fee vimtea Deed
at crjene of ptiahaMT, For further pariiuiUr Apply
fA'OXM .t hKVRW
.1 itrltmirft .
rrom liamaktia i
Tuesday June 23 II Y
Horner & wf.
TIIK i.EIIVA. I
DtVIKt , COMMANI.KM
leaves, reKularly for I'aauhau, Kohalalelc OoL.aU,
la. IS V rair.lt Itasaialaatl I .as isli'araa-a.ls -t, lfalffsllaa Ita.t alnsi- '
TitK KILAVEA UUV,
WaHHARTH , COMIIANIIKK
WUI leave regularly for same port the LetiUA.
TUKMOKOLtl. , .
MtMllCOR.,... ,,,.,., ,,,, (OMMANttKH j
Leaves adi Monday at 5 r. M, for KaufukaLat, Ka-,
iitalo. ruiii, laJshalna, Moanut, Ilalawa, Wailau, IVIe
Lunu aiu fsUUufapa Kelurning lea re Pukoo Friday
A, M. for Honolulu, arriving Sat unlay morning. j
S. O. W1UIIKR, Pre. S. H. ROSE, Secy. '
OA' MOXVAV, ffUXi: V,'if,
-AT IO A.M., t TIIK
Realdeuce, 27 Pusiohliowl Strut
We will Ptil the entire Houxihuld Furniture tniJ
One IU T. Ilrthtrtut, I'atntr.l ttr,llralMt
Vrnrkerfh 'I tnwttrr, ,
urora fin.i Kircm:x vrr.ssi r.s,
JtitttrnMeit ltttirmf Kte,
:mz m mi !
From San Krancisco, per bLine Ella, Sat
urday, June 20300 sits flour, 140 cs bread,
51 pLrs provisions, 25 bis haps, 1 csdry goods,!
cs mdse, so bids cement, 6 pics hardware.
470 bales hay, 1271 sks grn and feed, 578 sks
bone meal, 12,000 bricks, 53)? Inns mouldinr;
sand. 2,000 redwood posts, 200 bids lime, 4
pins and 12 ceese.
From Glasgow, tier bk Dinr.ali, Monday
June 24 215 pkgscalv Iron, b cs hardware,
300 Lois cement, 06 bags lire clay, 14 cs sad
dlery, i,7oot'anap, 20 tons rock salt, 4 pigs
machinery, 202 bis bags, 5 cs dry goods, 81
pkgs provisions, 2,014 cs ssines & lipinr, 265
csod & 135 pkgs misc.
From San Francixxi per stmr Alameda,
Monday June 22 general cargo of mdse,
provisions, grn & fd, posts, wines & liquors,
ndwre, dry goods, e, Sic, 125 pkgs express
matter for Welts Fargo V Co, including I bag
coin, $145, & I box coin for Ilishop & to con
From Kan K'ancisco per ligtne J 1) Spreck
els, Friday June 26 Thomas Steward.
From San Francisco per lglne.J I) Spreck
els, Friday, June 26 I cs dry gnosis, 867 sks
bone meal, wis: cs groceries, c cs hdwre, 6o
skt flour, too bids lime, 25,000 bricks, 2,016
fil ,V 1 16 hogs.
sks grn & I
" ll U suiprlaluK 10 many residents to find
4 yvRilh to tortuua and lu faox uokogssn sslth
such talents, and lh Uajeltf U pUtvaes) ta it
awve ih Usket which taveiU Mr. Stun
BMyee't ctail.'"Mttittm GuttU.
Pnjr, sskW srsB yo ,.4w sir,
T rsMBiTC tla htM aVws yu aHt I
fsss sssssrs) tssssssr, 4atw air, u 4Wa
JU (ass ssi ssssyssl yssi mm a I
Kcv. A. O. Forbes ss ill sail for I'ugtt Sound
on the bk. Hope, which tl ciprctcd to lease
port to-day. Thai will be Ihe first vacation
Mr. Forbes has taken Iroru his duties since
hit airisal on the Islands, twenty-seven )eara
ago, during which time hit business has ncser
called him to the oust. He will doubtless
enjoy his visit with somewhat of the test of a
navigator who discovers new or Ids. Ills
many friends wish hitn hearty aloha, pros.
perou voyage, and a safe icluin to his island
The appropriation (01 tht expenses ef the
supreme court chiefly payment of jurors hu
only about $Joo lo in credit, with three terms
ysH to run 1 thostt $2,500 ait needed to carry
oa th, crsjtt ssMil IsW beaiaairag of the next
Sunday will lie "Children's Day" al Fort
Street Church, In the morning the children
will meet with the congregation for worship.
In the esenlng ihe service will be largely
choral) there will be a concert txcrcise and
recitations by the children ami young people,
and addresses by Mr, S. I). Fuller and the
pastor, All art intited,
There was seldom if ever a pleasanler
picnic than that given by the Uethcl Sunday
School al Waiklki. Tht pleasant grounds of
Mr, b- M. Damuii ssere kindly thrown open
for the occasion. Young and old cno)7d
theniselses to the lull In sea-bathing, game-
pli)ing, fcasiing, talking and in sweet idleness.
To-night will lie the last oppornuily to hear
Miss Annia Montague and Mr, Char lea Turner.
I beir nnai farewell concert ought to l- a
"bumper benefit." Nest Tuesday night a
farewell reception will be Risen these popular
artists at tht residence of Mr. C M. Cooke,
Tht schr Malolo sails (01 Ililo and
ports nest Monday with 60 tons of
Sot also taksss two steam plot, with thcu
engines far Haiku and fas flswilalioni whicst
Vessels BitKttad Irom for, lira Ports.
Sak KaAKCIacn, Ansa aMamross. ., .llavwaid
I)u. luty . W, O. Irwin k Co., A(nts,
Ssk FaAMCtscn, KLtne W, II, UlMowu,...,lloudlctt
Ui', at Kahulsti, Jun. '-,. W. II. Irwin Co.,
Huar.kiNl, HdCliVlit, I.sksVon
(1st. Jun. t3-?f.
San Fhamsisco, Aus s s Cirv of Svunby.. .Ghu
IM, Juif 1 1. IlitkUM Lo., A(ntl.
Ih'MaoLbT IIav, Aratcm I.VA Walkman
lu, Jun, S4-3I.
ItoaTo., Anslik AnrTuKa N.,U
lSM Augual 1, c llrswci 4 l, Agttvts.
LivntrooL, Brit kk Jtriiaa,.,., -
lu July 1-15 Aganls.
Glasgow, litis t lrria lastiALa:.... , ...-
TasailJuiM. ', A. Schacfar Co., Aftnls.
Naw Vork Am tk Mastha Davis.. Ilanvvi.
Uu, cxt. 15-ts. C trwsr Co., A,rius.
Ili-MaouiT, Am aJir Kva
IKm July -
Svu.ar,Hrit. a. s. Af araALiA ,GtMsr
llu. July s. II, Hackltkt Co., A(tDls.
Saw Castlx, N. S.W,bk Locis is..,..,
Mavrchaat VaauU Now us Port.
G,r. Lk CaNTita ,
Hin Johm libraacKRL, ,,.li,w
IlkJlLIA Foao ,, ...f, . ,fVcr,uaais
UlU Lk IIIXUAll ,,,., , J"
AmaSALAUXDS ., ,,,,.Mt,
ArntA HiirB,..,... .. Panhalldw
Bnl Lk Ualixta... ,
JaruuMis V.MAaMtao MAhtf. .. .
From Waialua and Kauai tier stmr C. K.
Ilishop, Thursday June 25 Jis Gay & wf,
Miss M A Moore, Mr Marchanl, M Mahelona,
Miss M A Kama & 17 deck.
F01 Waialua and Kauai per stmr C R
Ilishop, Saturday, June 20 Cant A Ahllxnn,
J A McCandleis, S W Itarnes, M Mahelona
ssl A ch, 2b sleek.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G Hall,
Monday June 22 Hon G W I'ilipo, Miss M
J Das is. Judge O D Hoapili, J Gaspar f&.
ch, N W MahiloneJ M Kaneakua, A A llrim,
Mrs J I Dowsett Jr. Mrs C. V C Jones, S K
Kalo & 100 deck.
For Honokaa and way ports per stmr Isva
lani, Monday June 22 V U Daniels, W II
Cummings, Mr Aucrbach, J iionarrens & 43
For Kahului and ssay ports per stmr Like
like Monday June 22 Mrs II C Uriggs, Mrs
I Ilrodie, .Nliss N Uriggs, V E Edmund. ) U
Kawainul f wf, MissG 'Kobcrtson, O Hall.
aron, fc liranbcrg, Miss Y. hostcr, I-. Ntstlcr,
M Ming &: 7 deck.
For the .Volcano iier stmr Kinau, Tuesday
lune 21 Hon S G Wilder. Miss Finckler. W
Taj lor, RT Valantine, Prof Kellogg, F Mc
UuaUc, A Uamoran ti u.!, Miss Clark, .Miss
Knewlton, II C Warren, K Cnwell.L, J llroad
man, Jules Tavernier & wf, W J Lowrie, K A
r rasea, r i-e cterc.
For Ililo and way ports Hon S I'arker &
sst. Col Curtis Miss Shaw, I' laukca, Hon I
L Kaulukou, C K Klclurdson ,1c wf, Mrs J L
KlcnaiMson 3 en A-ssl, .Mrsj v Loivuie, A
I1 revrrin. I I) Marlin, Mrs Aide & 1 ch.
Miss Use. Mrs llein & 1 ch. Miss V Miki. C
Williams .t wf, C 1. Wight & son, C, W Miles,
CJ Falk, Mrs W II Wilkinson, C II Carter,
, alHiut I V deck.
For Kauai pons per slmr I'lanter, Wedncs
y lune 24 Miss Bertha Von Holt, Col Z .l
Spalding wf ch, Miss K Makee. Mrs K
Wilder's steamship Company.
On Tiiemluu, June
New Route to the Volcano !
3 o'lluck noon, At trtir iwlcvuoiii, it c r ne
Hawaiian lired lby Stallion
" YO UJSG (A TOJl !
'IliN fine animal waiiied by the rlM,nown !ialltoii'
CA 1 OK, out of a cltijlce '1 ttorup-swit Mare, It U rtt
old and KOund in etery rerect. llu uiTrrk a rare
clvaire to obtain a tine bullion for Weeding aaddle
iA'OSH .t I.KVKS,
'I'he SteL.r KINAU. Kinir lomniaiHler.
leave HonaWn on I'ucmIa). June vd. for Keauhou,
Ihe New Volcano I-anding, and tlirreaftei ujiou the I
Arxt Tuevlay after the Arrival of the AUmcd audi
Manpo-a, due here the 8th and tind of each month, I
We offer jannerTHaoinH iit.KT for the mm ofi
rirtv ont las all ciiAxr.ri piii, allowine ajtAn'
ter twenty -four hjun' lime at tho Volcano lloute, and
returning to Honolulu on Sunday mornlns.
OlLV fKlfKTKfN MILCA HcOM THKtTKAMKH lOIIIK
VnLCAM), over a tom road-icM tluut half the ditam.e 1
ol any other route.
On all trip ecet Volutin Irtp, the KINAU will
run her rejjuUr time talde, goinj to Ililo and ret u mini
to Honolulu at to a, m. Saturda) , On VolcAno triife,
laAtwcnser from LaupAboehoc uiutt take the tcamcr
on up trip. I'aiutniferA can remain on board or atop
over at Hito until l rulay at 9 a. m., at they cIukm.
Alt further Lurticulari gUtn at the office of
WILDBRS STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Ilointlulu, unt II 1885 J$utf
"""ir1" "p T"
lay June 24 Miss Uertha Von Holt, Col Z S
Spaklinc wf cch. Miss K Makee. Mrs K
Makee. II F Glade. F Kichtcr. I. Kaltofen wl
& ch, .Mas j r Mmjison 3 en, Mrs a
mens, A Cropp, & 69 deck.
lland at Makiki in afternoon.
Montague-Turner Conceit at Music Hall
al 8 r. VI.
Gospel Temperance I'rayer Meeting al
Bethel Vestry at 7:30 r, M.
Satumuay, lune 20
Slmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Slmr Ukclike front Kahului
Slmr larucs I Dowaetl from Molokai
Schr Kob Kny, from Koolau.
Schr Ka Moi from Laupahoehot
Sch Sarah and Eliza frum Koolau.
llk'nc EIU from San Francisco
SU.SUSV, June ,
Slmr lames Make froa Waialua and Kauai
Sshr Ehukai buna Waialua
Schr Nettie Merrill ftma Lahaiaa
Schr Wailele ffeai Mahko
Sch Maaa from Hito
Sch Sarah suui EUu duos KoaJau
SsA Rassjbosf feoa Kaaaw
The German bk. Centaur arris ol on the
261I1 instant from Hongkong 55 day, oul
She espcrienccil line weather thtuughout the
trip. She brings 440 tons merchandise and
25 Chinese and Is consigned lo Messrs. Hack'
fell. s Co
The John ). Spreckels arrived Flidas June
26th from San rrancisco consigned 10 Messrs,
W, G, Irwin & Co. She was 14 tlayv out
with moderate winds. She brings a cargo of
merchandise ami I to pigs.
Ths masked entertainment at the Centra.
1'aik Skating Kink last night was well
attended. Tbcie writ fully 200 maskers
present. Soot vtry ro.1 custussses wtrt shown.
Consul McKinley and Mr. Sanford of Tuna
bou leave us for goal nest week. Each will
The ipMranliut passengers and irtw of Jl
Vauashifu Maru were aeienadtd last night by
be Hawaiian Band oa board list Kleu.
Tht bk Caibaritn hauled alorsjaide WiUlsw'i
wbarl yesterday to nstith kuding with swigaf
Tkst acbi UboWw sail, to-siay tat Km wiAi
a kaad of bay aavd geaiav.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
CouMiny fiMif C'amwsluliiN .irrcHf,.
Crr, (,)(; SUUA.VU Streets, llfoMt,
Regular vessels for lli, pons of
Maliko on Maul,
Laupahochu,, Honuiim. I'auka and Ililo on
Koloa, Hanaueo, and Walmca ul Visual, ,im1
WaUoa oa Oahu,
ArJ any other purls when InuiM-arueiiUoirer,
t'crsona favina frtlfht for any tart of lh Maii.ls to
tie lurwardett from San Kranclscn by way of Honolulu,
or direct aWlpments from tlofinlulu will Jo wall loan,
quire first wf lh I'acific Navigation Co.. Ufor, maklit.
Goods lntiidd for shlonitot ly aiy of our veaMrl
rtclssl and stored frr. of chara. 1.1 our 6rsuuf
buUding at ajiy tlaM. Apuly to lk. vaoUuis 00 btiwrd.
or to A. , COOK I,
list alanaer I'aclAc N.sia-atloii Co.
The lu Aaarican bark
CUM AIN A. W. NKWEI.L,
WJRS. THOMAS LACK, t
No. 79 Tort Strsssst, Hoaolulss,
IMlk1KK AHU I1KJSLSK M
f(tl'.( Altitrlttiirttt, Oil ithit .Irrraaoffr..
acerss rrm thk ,
Whits andtli. !.n,HTkUNNiisa Nkw Houk Mashuie,
I l.hwa.AlBi Mkf LllSfl falta.d rail Lflbla.
Corticcir Sill, In H color And s.Lm ;
llarbuur't Linen Tliread, ,
CUrWa O. N. T. Machine Cottou.
Afmt, Dtmortsfj Rtliabh Cut UVr Jatttntt '
AM) ri'NLICATIi'Wa. "" t
IkaUrlii KirLKA j
Gt at d SH)KTthi Cmaiim,
UyjtUMKXK STOVKH, h ult er?
SteMa.hine, Ltxk ami CuitKfurin( grumpily
attended to. nov4
.Vo.'lva sshiI 1:10 fori Htrtrl.
(ofrsistra ujuu'a sfA.Lka',)
W. M. PAOE.
Ihi, al ihlt port on th, toih of July
an t.umdiat JeiMtcU lor Horkone u,
V.i IrtUliI or I'asuia abfJy to
C BREWER A CO.,,
II tst (Ju4, Nrael
i-V CarrlaKes U all dacn4lons wad, lo ofd.ron
rhmS favor.U. Icruss. ,
1 h, skwaU altelilkon ,lvsn lo fvlals of l aUwU.
Atl work guarantied lo gls, a.lLfctUL
I Ok SAK rHA.NCISCO.
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alefikwUaa) rswaisssd Su., fnt, mimi llUsiai iwwS
adtancaw asaaW oa tliiawvwsl, Wv ifcla law,
HOIlDtKS LKITKK VM,
Uilar, Cu aad Not, Woska J ttu trwaJky swoas.
Las. I.IUf awl not. ! 01 n
lists asra, visa atuaao. Had tint
Kit- H. fesas U.
LaswlC'u. Ullwr and Not. WxL. U ruled
aauiasa sasawv. Wl
Wua lien, ate
nrr vw t a vaau im
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assws;si4ia)t; aiaaav ano Vita, aiaassi toaa
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(.OJIOSIIK DOUIlw hfAULtfi.)
Hwsi SbHifti ail its IriMbis
Ikmm Ih (14 UtOi Nkau.iitifce Mi.i.
laeiai TnMiaf Hmm .-ifMswilty.
Ow Kail a will t. rs4H.wil4e,
Tti uularsUne.!, kaW UalaU Wa Ik, ia.M. of
VI I. JlSM ItsaU t Ih. abuS. sMtrJti a U44UW
us. of Ih. laWial uutt tU..i J . Ik. L.IS lit
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Asswrsl tvsstf jWliJii kit Haa4-asad. Aassa
at Hsw Haasatei assJiafct Us, yswv isasa.
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