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JULY , is
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f'ttflli-a r. llraNtf.
I tarnl out hum li SmitOx afternoon
with cat kctiIaI Mr. Ilrj;fi, trul or aarnn the
tcrtrul h ami tmoVnl ami chatlnt rat almmt
mry sulajrtt e ftMilJ tlilnU tf esrept gaalt
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CntujiS proluMi- tVraiia I ruie lrt lllttl
aUtut lj mrn wiHimaxcptiill.tlncll.mKtwrrn
a lie ami the truth -tcs we lall.nl attut the
Immicratlan qntttlon, mtxie, ml rstatr, Unr
ship anal povrrtr, an.) finally about lut lull,
wMfh tppie i itartnl by ScatHr cominK out
on the crantlah ami oifBnc Mr. lkrcet' 1ok
Did. for chemn; up hU K K clorr,
" Somethinc ii out of tune to day, Inma,"
uM Mr. llftgcr to me after e had iIIkuuoI
at to "here (he tund ihouM l Mationeil,
" lonKililngV jolnj wtnnct cither 111 hae a
ipat ithoireof myli)or there will be a
lieV among the lall playetn, or neth!ng s I
can alvayt ferl it htn thine K5' ou' ol" tune,
eh '" I didn't deny what the UoLMt tald.
fi I Vnow I can always feel it in raj lone
when the fate ate alwut to nlp the thread of
The Tacities won the to up and tent ll
Oveanici to lut at twenty minutct Wforc
o'cloeV. Seotty leil oil in winr!ni; )le. IiaV
fitu ltie and stole to second. Kinney went
out at first bat;, llenny HiV)!n battnl a
daisy cutter, which was tii.cy stopped b
I.ucat, tool, his first and stole to second ; he
w-as put out, howercr, while trying to run to
tUrd by a strong throw from center field.
Jones followed, tool his first and stole to
thud. Mochonua made his lint after three
unlet and stole to second, when Thurston
went out on a throw of Davidson lo Miarrett
on first. The Occanlcs retired with a credit
of 3 runs made bj Scolly and Jones.
The Paritx-i came in and were quiclly
goosed by iknlrt going out on a fly to Moc
honua, Sharrett going out at first base after a
fly murU by Wall, and Datidion going out
at fiist by a throw front short stop.
In the second inning H. ltahlwin went to
bat first for the Oceanic, and tool hi first on
called balls. Wall followed ami strucl out.
Chj'lie Ilaldwin went out on a fly to Uclel
and U. llaMnin came In on a passetl ball
thrown to third by the pitcher. Scotty tool
his first on a safe hit, stole to second, tool his
third on a passed ball, and came in on n wild
pitch by Kclcl, when Kinney put his side out
by going out at firt base after three stiilcs.
The I'acifio were igaia duly whkewathed
this inning. .Moore, after hating one strile
called on him, strucl out. Uclcl nude a tine
two bast bit, but failed to get home. Charlie
Wilder being thrown out at first by the short
stop, and Youeg being thrown out at the same
bate by Wall, who made a tine jumping one
hand stop near the center.
In the thin! moing the resldegs made eight
renv Benny Sstdwin opened Ots Watetloo
by tiling his first and immediately reaching
the home plate on a passed ball thrown b)
lldly Moore to first liasc Jones followed, but
strucl xt. Morhonua made a sife hit to
right field, took second on a forced n ihruogh
a bad throw- to Datidson, and stole his third,
v.hile Thurston reached his first. C Baldwin
tool first on called balls, and Wall went lo
bal witll three-men oirthe baseband batted a
short high fly lo left fiekl, ivhich as not
caught. Charlie Ilaldwin went to bat and
laol bis first on called Iialls, Thurston coming
in, as there were three men stilt on sfer bases.
Scotty made his first and tool second, Kinney
went out on a fly to Lucas. Denny Ilaldwin
tool his first on a fly to left field, stole second
and third bates, and then stole home on
Wilder before Jones went out at third and sent
the boys to gran.
Th: Pacifies made their first run. in this
inning, Chan Wilder taking his first on a hit
to third, maling second on a passed ball and
stealing to third. Lucas and Schubert both
ws4l out at first, Chan Wilder missing a
chance to come home when Schubert ran for
his liist. Did SLairctt made )if first and
brought Wilder home; he then srslc second
u.d took lilt third on a passed ball which
Scotty orerthrew, before DatMson went out at
first and retired the gritty l'acirics.
In the fourth inning the Pjdios did a little
Cstcrnmctu A for e chaiSfrions and sent
them out with a coat of white-wash Mue
h ioaa was the first to hat and went out on a
fly to Lucas. Thurston went out by over-running
first and luiteting by the way and C
Ua'doia tempted fate too far by tipping a foul
to Wilder. While Mochonua was at bat he
bit a high foul which came down center o:i a
Bttite boy's head, knocking him down. The
little fellow was not hurt. Iioweter, and imme
diately got up, rubbing his eyes. When asked
if he saw stars, be said it looked hie the
Fourth of July.
The l'Jcifici made one more run this Inning,
Moure tool kit first, reached third on a
pausd ball and stole in io Scotty, much to the
gratification of the spectators. Eckel went out
at first base. Charlie Wilder tool hit first on
called balls and went to second on a passed
ball. Yvting made hit first when Chat.
Wilder went out on a fly I., short stop and
George Lucas oat throw ri out by Eckel at first
Wall led siT the fifth inning fur the Ocean! s
by gotiux out on a futil tu the catcher, Charlie
Ilaldwin followed, and alter hating one strike,
called en biro, struck out. Soot I) iuid;a safe
Ml past, short slop, stole to secund atdj took
third on a passed balk Kinney took first base
alW three miles, iksitty earue home, Uennv
lUVWin look firrf and r arhed third whet
Jones went out at tint after three strikes and
put Ibc boss tn tbr fic!d.
The ratiScs awadr two runt this lotting so
that ibc score tioad 14 lo 4, in farer of the
Oceanics. shubtrt nude a safe base hit, stale
lo second, laok third on a passed ball at
second and came home on a ball thrown pail
third. Dsck Sharrett "muck oilt." Dat-idton
weut out at first. Moore took his first on a fly
sniffed at second base, stole to secood, toui'
third 00 a pittsw ball aad stole home on Wall
ksy asvtlciiig Urn to throw tbeUll tu third.
Musi MVs) iW sinaayl by tfH swu at tisl
(MM ttd slat 9MMi CtaM io.
lit the h inning Moelmnut of the
Oirtni. t w-rnt to l.jt, sttucl an infreMer anil
lunk first bate on a chw plaj. 1 he raclfift
oltteetnl tn the dedtktn ol Untplte IWstwp ami
itfttteil tn play untest the OVcanitt wmiM
ith'w Ihent a new umpire. After wie all
cti'sttMt, tlurlrg width Ihe nmtr was itw
untfgftl ttls'a(t(Mlally, Umpire IIHhop de
rldrtl the game in fattit of the Oeranln bi a
itvte of 9 to a Much ditsaiitfaktlott was e
Hestol by the Pacifies. 1 litre wat alto dlfftr
tnte of ppintort rtpiessetl by ball pltjrit and
the tpeetatnrs, While many eundemneil ihe
hasttl'tlnnnftrir Tacifics, thcmakiilty, thiwigli
ndtet In tetrral uf the iwlinvjt of the iimplie
thtnight, that under any clrcuntttancet Ihe
Rime should hate bren plajed out tinder pro
test at the custom of league rulet require.
Doting Tuesday and Wednesday last lite
league met In consider the pmtet which the
r'artfiet rnUrett afltr the game lo the decision
f Ihe umpire, and, rflet divusslng Ihe
intllrt, pasml t resolution sustaining hit dc
ithvn. The league It rvmtpewed of two repie
sentatitet from nch club and a president who
vrwet in rase nf a lie The tute on Ihe present
vcawrm tiwl 5 to J, The league hat further
!,rMl that ant metent ion shall I
ligibte in the future for the potlilimof umpire,
.itxl that If llif mptalnt nf contesting clulw
.-tnnot agree on nr umpire that Ihe president
f Ihe league shall appoint one. Ihe present
dispute shiiwt ctmcliisitely thtl the league will
h-tte In deal with trchnlcalitlet In their de
dtinna. The champions hate shnwna tlixi
siliitn, so far, tn tale adtantage of cart) rule
width willgite them the prestige of a game.
So ftr Ihe Martini Men seem to Ime adopted
.1 pnllc) nf concession which spealt volumes
for the mwlhlicatiutit of neddrd life.
Thit motnincr, at the Malill grounds, the
Pac.fics will play agiimt the llonolulus and tn
the afternoon e Marrleil Men will coquette
with je Occtnict ofsplendid renown.
Scotty, of the Oceanics, has had the misfor
tune to sptaitt his anile and will piotvtbly not
he able to catch to-day.
Mr.J..M.0at,Jrhfl has alwatatalen con
.iderab'e interest In base ball affairs, has had
t champion bat made by Mr. W. U, llcrticl.
which will I preentetl to Ihe league dub
tallng the clutmpionthip this ) ear. The bat
Is made of diiTctent island wixxlt of various
colors artistically Joined together and is
ntonntcil w-ith Ivor) and metal Mr. James (I.
Spencer, nee Napoleon, of the Married Men,
ma) be seen almost eter) morning gazirg
ifistfully at the lot in Mr. Oat's show window.
Honolulu, July 3, 1SS5. IOMA.
Th r;nrrf J'onrth.
Since the Prist appeared, last Saturday, it
has been decided to change the Fouith oJul)
programme then outlined, so as to hate. 1
side the ball wl Fiiday csening.a grand gab
da) p!cnic,inc!sding a may pole dancc,at Kapio
lani Pari. A spirited meeting, .tthe Hawaiian
Hotel last night, attended by the committees
And by cititent generally, so decided t and the
change is now determined un. The change
it in the interest of the children, who can
appreciate a picnic and do not or cannot a p.
precitte balls and literary exercises. If una
coinpanied by mote jouthful diversions.
It iun been decided, therefore, to spend the
day substantially as follows ;
King bells and fire a federal salute at da),
breal. Hire a national salute at noon and a
second federal salute at sunset. Hate the An
tiques and Horribles parade through the town
at early Jaw n and afternoon go out to Kn
piolani Pari. Repair to that S)lvan scene as
earl) as ma) lie. Public conveyance will be
provided for ladies, children, reporters and
non-combattants generally Refreshments will
be provided at a sociable public table ; ard
those whi ptefer to lurch in small parties may
do so. Thclitcrary eacrctses will tale. ylace
., . .nf r . .. i i .- .
in inc pavu-Ai oi inc Agricultural oocicty;
and Ihe prvjeamme vsill include a piece of
American eloquence to be solen by .t yrsxiz
American or the child of an American, boy or
girl. After the literary exercises thepatilton
udl be cleared for dancing. Mr. Merger and
his. boys w ill be there. L'nthuscd by the elcc
ectricity of American patriotism, anil sustained
by the cheer of American coolery, the)-will
play their scry best. Thew mil be swings
and games and lun for the children generally.
There w ill tie a tine exhibition of trotting speed
in the afternoon for losers of horseflesh. There
mjjr rV a gymnastic and theatrical exhibition
given by local talent. Dut whateter is or not,
a good time is sure Id be had. Itelnw is giten
PROGRAMME OF MTEKAItv CNCRGISCS.
Fourth- ofJuly. March, Hawaiian Band;
opening pra)cr. Rev. J. A. Crnranr. byutn,
America, band and audience; introductory
aldress. Minister Resident Merrill, president
of the day; reading of the-Declaration of Indc-
pendence,Mr.W. A.Kinney; oterture, Hawaiian
Rand; speech by Young America, a master or
miss not yet decided upon ; song, Marching
thro' Georgia, band and audience; several im
promptu addresses jsong.Tramp.Tranp.Trantp,
band and audience; oration, Henry N. OAtle;
song, S'ar Spangled Banner, hand and ssdi
ence; ntedly of patriotic airt, Hawaiian Band.
Ticlets will be issued free to' heads of
families and others applying to Mr. Joe Wise
man for transportation by Dodd's busses tn the
pail to-day. Th: busses will be in charge
of conductors. The exercises will be held in
the agricultural fit'ilion, and will commence
at ii o'clock. A.M.
Two bescs will lease the second bridge,
Xuuanu ValVy, at 9 o'clock this morning tkatf.
From 8 to it A. M., they will leave Hall's
corner, King ami Fort streets, Tickets may
b: had from Mr. Wiseman at his office between
7;JO and 9 A. M.
At ihe ino.ithly inissioaary meeting in Fort
Street Church lecture room last Wednesday
night, the subject under consideration was
Mciko. Mrs. W. W. Hall gave a map lesson,
from a map drawn by her son, I torace ; Mn.
Croian read an entertaining newspaper letter t
Mr. W. W, Hill read a brief paper on Protest
ant Missions in Mexico, and Mr. P. C. Joucs,
Jr. read a paper on the Civilitation of Mexico.
Tie monthly social of the Ilethel Union
congrcgalioi was held last Thursday night In
the lecture loom of the chuich. A debate had
been announced on Ihe topic "Resolved lhal
the privilege and responsibility of the ballot
belong to women as a right," The affirma
tive was worthily and wittily maintained by a
lady whuse quiet humor and convincing
earnestness are csccedcd only by her modesty
in deference tu which her name is withheld.
The negative was wittily but not worthily
maintained by a gentleman whose native gal
laalry compelled bio to beg the question
rather than assault a fortitti defend by ihe
gentler sen. At thit social a young lady
played a pleasant piano-forte sr lection and a
brothet clergyman read one of th inttfn!
"Rudder Grange' stories to a mtrthfaovelslaf
manner. Then Ihe feast of reason tu croward
by a flow of coffee.
Both the occasions named were enjoyable,
each was profitable. The information brought
forth at Ihe Foil street meeting aval goudi th
genial alniotpherr of the Bethel Social was well
calculated to refresh the weary and cheer iba
dispirited. Those who fail to attend similar
gatherings lavlu match of interest.
n 1 1 1
The ronrlihllng estrriset ol Oalm I ollege
wete held on the aftcrnrxMi id latl Saturday.
Ihty were well allrndcil at llie clrwlng esrr
cries f thit piipttlar Kluwtl aUait are. Ihe
twd ami ctmnnndlmit reception imum tn the
main Inll were "ctimfottabl) filled" at t r. !.,
At whlth hour the "muiclle,', In ties en nunt-
trs, brgan, The. f.iltnwltig priigramnte wit
fslthfull) caitlnl lhtnui;li 1
PIiihi SJo Mnwlsh lUiKt
t ISns SAi
y 'Ma. Wlirnlh llrsrt lVui(
t 1. !W..."llip," S.-m l1S9ut VVJi
Mrml,tHrMiw llie Kfnum,
I. Ttli..i.nilly Fait th tt Mtio.ltntt
lJ,r.V it,. tlW.C1.iK
a im... el J (?nont . ,,, ..tUllcr
a. Hat S.d (tyM.tngoriUlUtl kulUV
1 lot fn PUn.1 .! VWIiiiTartntitlt.DoMfr
Mrs, lUnfilaml 1 Vrntly
t, n M' II Pntsrmt.. littler
0 Vural Sold ,. I1i Anlrfi !WlnJ . llfaea
1otin OM cln hy Pf Vaimlhy
lev pMiw&l....tltljul KtyMarinkt Itrrror
It ClKtwt.lrirkt Momrntt t.ntianelne.lonirflll
Mit. Ilanford't careful and sjnipillittic
leaching of both tixal rind lnittiimenl.il music
wat evident in man) id the selections gitcn,
nolabl) In Ihe delightful tocal wdo by Mlt
Alice Uenton, whose pure, tweet, fleslble tntce
Kites promise of nitiled excellence when added
)c.irs hate dettloieil its power.
The duel for piano and tiolin between Mrs,
llanfctnl and Professor Vaindley wasa musical
treat The selection was admirably calculated
In bring out Iwlh the delicacy and the bill,
limey of each plater.
The cscrciscs which followed were con
ducted ut the main school room, in the second
story of the old recitation building. The fob
lowing programme wat curled through with
the esception nf Mist Helen Setcrincc' com
position, which wat omitted because of that
pupil's illness t
l, Oiortit Stft and Low.. Drnty
.Kuint of Tiicc
1 II Memn,
Cotnpoitton....Tt Kalrl.torMftuna Kra
ComfOatilon Applicai(ji of Electricity
Uit'c Nellie In tht IVtiMi
Cocapsji'tion A Tour Throuih lcUaJ
Dcclanutloa , . ,Tact an J Talent
Choma ,0 I Gtnite Balmy llrren
SJmbcrt of the SchjL
Compo4twnt .Hawaiian Antiquitie
Compoution The Mediterranean
Declamation. .Relief of Ley J en
Caifflnu.;tion in. ' ur y
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fate VVe fpin.
ti. Coiitiv.s lion... CUaa'cat Alluvions
14. Kecitation. Tower of Christianity
Ij. Chorus. The Sr Itrier Koae.. Wemer
The composition on The Applications ol
Electricity, by Waller Dole, son of Mr.Gcorge
Dole of Kauai, evidenced a deal of applica
tion and niw.h' skill in pjtting logelhcc the
results r-i' his study. Miss Lilian Lvman,
daughter of Hon Rufus Lyman, of Paualaa,
Hamalua, Hawaii, had for her composition a
legend entitled The. Fairies of Mauna Kca. It
ahowcal imagination and S)mpathy. Miss Mcj
Dillingham, daughter of II. F. Dillingham,
had a fantastic and sportit c essay in imagina
tion, in which -athouls and pupils were repre
sented as an enchanted garden and its inmates,
many of the hits were palpable one, and the
clever effort was applauded to the echo as it
deters ed to be.
Mr. Fumcaux's pupils exhibited some cre
ditable specimens of their work, of which wc
shall speal at greater length anon.
llcfore and after the exercises many sisitors
viewetl the new building, given by Hon. C.U.
Ilishop and designed for the scientific depart-
rcent of the college. It contains a commodious
lecture room, a private labratory and worl
shop for the coming professor of chemistry, a
large, well lighted amLwell ventilated labratory
and work room tor the pupils, a geological and
miscellaneous cabinet, and an ample store
room. The building is an ornament to the
grounds and admirably adapted to the needs
of the institution.
Last Sunday wat observed at children's day
at botn the toil htrcet and Ilethel Churches,
for both morning and evening set vices, and
was a peasant Innovation, Interesting lo child
ren of oral older growth. At the Itcthel the
floral dtcorations lent a holiday aspect to the
occation, thanks to the deft labor", a several
The .Sunday School, under the 'superintend
ance -f Mr.H.F. Dillingham, gate the quartet ly
1 eW,. lesson, embodying the life and travels
of Paul, Miss HillebtaoJ illustrating by a map
lesson. Appropriate Gospel songs interspersed
the recitations of the diff.-rcnt classes, of Miss
Addie Peterson on the Conversion of Paul and
of Maurice Beckwith on Christ's Love. A brief
address by pastor Oggel followed on the char
acter of Paul and fits mii.ionary labors, iu
which he hoped that the Ilethel Sunday School
and Church would develop and send out mis
sionaries thai would carry the gled news of
salvation to all lands.
In the evening icmaiks appropriate lo the
subject of the day's review lesson were made
by general secretary S. D. Fuller, and F, S.
Rouse, late of Makawao, followed by the
building of the tower ad truth by thirteen young
ladies, and closing with a shott address by the
The morning service at Fort Slreel Church
was a sermon to the children hy the pastor
from the lest " suffer little chiklrcn to come
unto pie" Ac. The evening service consisted
of a temperance concert by the Sunday School
under the lupcrintendance of Mr, J. Ii. Alher
ton, with class icci'attotii ami addresses by
Mr. S. Ii. Fuller and rustor Cruzan. Appro
priate gospel h)u) filled out a long but in
teresting programme. The attendance al both
chuichea wat large, and the services was one
of pleasurable profit lo psrlicipatortand beams.
"The hour fur lunch hating arrived, the
friends present were cordially Invited to adjourn
10 the general domestic and paitakc of some
physical nutriment. It is neediest to say that
ibis Invitation was duly honored," Yt Quutu't
Etlilkt tfjt EiUmtJt CytUtmtnxrit.
Ilsw doth sbt Ifaa re fnf
lttwvwt taUa tUaUf mUssui
T slur its "(tivatumatV
Of skat "tArt aal'ww la is.
Al the Fort-Street Church, Mr. Cruun trill
prcacbkieth soinlng and cvttaiog. Tbtat) of
tvtoitag seinoo, National frofwrity, lugftttttxi
if IW rawib oijasly. AUanUiiUxL
I.tat Wtalii-wliy morning, liefore the de
ptrtureiif the Alameda, ihe Hojal llawnltn
llin.t gave L'. 8. Consul MeKlnlry a serenade,
it the request nf the titlrrna of lloitolnlo, nlm
alsit pirseiilrtl I'imsul MeKlnlry with a token
nf Ihrir frtenilalilp and regard in the aliajw of a
beautiful ctiAainut wukI ram-, tilth a solid
gold he.td, beating the following inscription .
"I. A. McUlnlty, July I, 18-15. From hit
friends in Honolulu."
Thegifl wat aeroiup titled by a Idler, inimer
tmaly ttgnjtl by the mtrchantt nf lluiiilnlii,
eipirssing tlirlr pettoo.tl reisrd and their
regret At lilt depitttire. Mr. McKlnley wat
deeply alt.cted at well nt smpilted and re
plltd In n feeling manner assuring hit Iriendt
that he should loan nn Ihe "slalT and feel
that it it emblem tllcal of that firm, true and
abiding fticndthlp which tinolht the path nf
i'cand tupnirlt toileting age In Ihe brink of
tin last Tuesday evening a farewell teerptlnn
wit given Mr. and Mrs. Calittet Turner al Ihe
t.'sldcncf nl Mr. C. M. Cooke, r.n llcrclanla
t'.ierl. I he house and grottmlt weir letullfitlly
defni.ttnl ami lllumliitled and the It i) al Ha
waiian lltnd pl.tjed In the garden by order nf
Princess l.llliiolaltnl. Among the Invlleil
greats were persons of rank and nnny hand
timely dreasnl ltdict. The etenlng wat spent
most cn)o).alily although there teemed In be a
conapicuotis ltd of the )ouiigtr nieiiibeii of
Ditritti! the evening Comrade Lainr, In be
half of George W. I)c Itng Post, Nn. 45, G.
A. R., presented Mrt. Turner with a tasteful
pin nf Island manufacture, representing a
malic tine on a trellis with a flower in the
center catte I out of a ktikul nut, Mr, Tinner
was' also presented with a beautiful sandal
wood cane nicely mounted with ivory. Thric
s)ntenirs were presented liyiheputt lo express
appreciation of the assistance given by Mr,
and Mrs. Turner at the recent exercises of the
O. A. R. In Music Hall.
Major Jantta II. Iluyd has received the ap
pointment nf captain for company C of the
The officers of the dilT.-rcnt military organ!
rations met last Thursday and adopted Upton's
Tactics, with the exception of the command
"suppcrt aims," which Is replaced by Ihe old
command of "slope nrms."
The Honolulu Rides have decided to give
an exhibition drill, followed by dancing, at the
Central Patk Slating Rink, on the evening of
July 23rd. The boi ate drilling twice a week
tnd the pahlic may anticipate a good parade
and a pleasant time.
The Honolulu Rides have been ordered lo
appear in full dress uniform next Tuesday
night at the armory, when an election will be
held to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion ol the second lieutenant, Mr. Gunn.
Many of the bjjs express great regret that Mr.
Gunn has gout off so un:xp:ctedly. It is
underntod that the candidates for the
position still be Mr. William Unger, Mr. S. J.
Levey and Mr. Henry Hcbbtrd.
the Vart'i JVriie.
The following beautiful lines, which bring
description to the serge of perfection, wcie
written in a moment nf divine frenay by our
esteemed fellow townsman, the Poet-lariat I
He is under the patronov-e of the proprietor of
the Fashion Stables, who uses practical utili
tarianism to foster the high arts especially
"Oh hat ia a ship ithout a sail ?'
A Jude, my lover, a dud. I
" O hat la ia nionlcy ithout tail V
A dude, my lover, a dude 1
inc poet-iattat states Jnat there tome
500 tines more 01 the 110cm, which at our
regular rates will bring the gifted author
when they are publishes! jus! 35 cents.
One of Honolulu's )oung legal lights saw-a
) el low liiard crawling on the inside of a pane
of dirty glass in llie window of a carpenter
shop on Hotel street last Saturday evening.
As he had never seen the reptile described in
lllaclstone's zoological works he called on
two of his friends, one of whom ii something
of a wag, and said : " Itojs, do you sec that
thing crawling there, what is it?" The wag
ish friend immediately nudged his companion
and, after looking keenly at the window, said :
" I don't see anylhingf do you JscX ?" " No,
I don't see an)thing," said Jack, "' what are
)ou fellows talking about any way 1" " Why,
thercl"said the legal gentleman xinting eagerly
at the liiard, "don't you sse that thing run
ning around the glass? I say, what is it? I
never saw such a beast before, did ever any of
)ou fellows?" "My friend," said the wag
looking sympathetically at the lawyer antl
speaking very seriously, ' you had better take
a haclrasd go home ; tNnc is nothing on that
window-, it it al .Imagination on )our part.
Take a little'advicc from us; we are perfectly
sober and would not decicveyou for the world
" "You fellows go to sheol 1" exclcimed
the young jurist, as he vanished intra Catttagh's
and left the boys wondering how he. had
"caught '(" to the new word so soon.
" Oh, don't propose to me now," shrieked a
lady as her lover dropped on his koecs and
seired her hand. " Don't pop the rjaesllon
now," she screamed; " don't, jlon't don't. If
I say 'Vet you d want to kiss me, and I've
been eating onions." The lover thought a
moment and deciding that "discretion was
the better pari of valor" invited the young lady
to lake a walk to the art store of iJestrs. King
Bros, at No. 87 Hotel Street and Inspect their
line of elegant pictures, chronica, tngravinyt,
photographs, etc. Thit firm make a specialty
of making to order al short nc.tice,pictureframc
ingreat variety of slyles.r-nd allttyles of cornices)
hating a fine assortment of mouldings alata)s
in stock and giving their personal attention to
making them in an artistic manner, role cur
nicn in clxmy and polished black walnut with
fixtures all complete also patent curtain
fasteners, trail pockets, paper and letter racki,
hat and clothes racks, picture cord, gold and
tiltcr wiic, picture knobs, hooks, etc., etc.
Also a large tatiety of cabinet celebrities,
strieuscopic views, lereoscojies, graphoscopet,
The Friend forju'y is at hand and proves
tu be an entertaining and Instructive number.
An article en the The New Retision by Tailor
Cruran, Is timely, liberal and not too critical.
The editorial notes are spicy and lo the point.
The tcinion on Foreign Misilons by Rev. E. C.
Oggei of llslhcl Union Chuich.publishcd by the
re)uet of Ihe Hawaiian Hoard, is well worthy
a second reading and gives cipmtum through
out of warm Christian real. Central Secre
ts ty, Fuller, tlrcteal at the latt' monthly
meeting of the association, assumes Ihe editor
ial management nf the V. M. C. A. depart-
ment with tht neat isate.
Al the llethtl Union Church, Rev. E. C.
Oggcl, pastor, there will be services at 11
A. M. and 7 1 jo r. . In the morning tht
sacrament! of baptism and ihe Lord's tapper
will be admluUlrreal and new members re
cti) nl. In Ihe evening the pastor will preach
tht closing sermon ran the Lord's Prayer, tht
last one before his vacation. All cordially la.
tiled. luring Sunday school Mrs. Hiram
tsiraghia will talk '" L- "p'1- .t-fr Hrrn
H.iNOLUll, July J, 1JS5
ThU Is tb beginning of lite July quarter.
Merthanti are Rolling nut their ipiailerly nr
monthly Mils and cintomni are (nr ought In
lie) getting trady In meet limn. Ihit It Ihe
otolith lit which tat t)rrt will do well to hail
Into their aetvinua, and ' that tliry ate
jit"t tti llie government and themselves,
Dining me ptat week sctetal illtMrmlt hate
been announced, an earnest of returning pros,
ptril) It It tn li hoped,
Acroritlng lotlte nfiifltl ttaltinenl for Ihe
past quarter and half ) ear, fuinialied by the
collector-general, nut capnitt for Ihe tonmd
qttaiter rif 18S5 have been asfollow asshowtt
In a vvelt-rondrnaetl table niepired by the
P, C Advertiser t
, llilal Vl.
s (js.r't rounds
MuU,M. .0,Mf itUvlll I .
KU.... i,tii atlMiriMt I
, ..!() ll.ll ' (
lUniiiat i,at, difl,atuniliea ,
tl-vat aklna "WJ iS'lrJiJ..,. J
Hide . . f "V i '':
lleifl IrAVt , .a, Wirlmaea O
lalfallna NkJltl.Cyv' .y
tlrlfil WnafiAt. 44 nti4li,lvt,Hi 07
.Snjtr . tiiAiift tnntida
IIMr t 6l,lj4,l
, .in) ;,llooi
lutal aecond quitter, 111)
ItiUt aovtd ilirtrr, IB84
Inlal fitat six filnnth, lit),,,,,,
lolal tn,TtBioniline period, lB9a
The tlccrraM hat been 43,fit gtlliint inn
hssct, .fi,ll4 pounds pithly, 11.1,717 huiIi
itre, J75 pounds coffee, 1,7 J I Huuds finigivs,
I,S. goat allot, 91 hlilet, a,So wunila tal
lort,,li),(7J povndt aariHil, Jl boxes l""lel
lows and 41 calf tliitt.
The increase hat been jl,2J7i57J Hjundt
sttgir 1 alvi JS5 bunches li.1iun.1t, 1,443 sheep
skint and 89 boxes dried bananas.
Our exports Ibis week has been In value ns
lollnws 1 Per I'll.a , Mtmday, $41,748; per
Caibaricn, Tttesilay, $(V),54S,45 ; per Oriente,"
Weilncday, $6S,ooo; per Alimcda, same
day, $11 2,064. tfi, besides $2,620 tn coin.
The arrivals and departures 01" foreign tes
tela during Ihe week have been ns follows
atrltnlsi French hi, Itnls IX, fron New
Casllc, N. S. W., with 585 tons coal, and Ihe
llrillttt bklr.e. Mount I.elnnon, from Hong,
kong, with a cargo of general merchandise.
Some joker put n little turtle, about the
site ol n silver dollar, in room 12 nt the Ocean
Ilfle), Durango, and tlie miner who wat as
signed that room, upon retiring, caught tight
of it, whcrcuiKin he brgan to resume his cloth
ing, with Ihe remirk.; " I expected to have a
lively night of it here, but If they're as big at
that, I diJi't propose to get In with 'em."
There arc some persons who cannot take a
joke of this kind, but every one can appreciate
the realities of life when in the shape of jrW
lii'iMf, Therefore, if ou arc keeping house it
will pay )ott to purchase a supply of groceries
and provisions of Messrs. 11 K. Mclnttrc &
Bro.,corner of Foil and King strecK Especi
ally one of those Westphalia hums imported dir
ect from Germany by stcanicrand rail, not forget
ting an assortment of their fresh canned goods
and fresh roasted and ground coffees, as well
at teis ami the thousand anil one other nrlcles
in their line. Prime butler and cheese a
A conceited young country parson, walking
honnSfrom church with one of the ladies of
the congregation said, in illusion to his rustic
audience, " I preached this morning' to a con
gregalion of asses." " I thought of that,"
otyerved tht lotly, "when )on called Iheni
beloved brclVrn." Thit was rather rough on
tht; rnrson. Sfieaking of asses reminds me
thatflhe Union Feed Co.", corner Queen and
Edinburgh streets, alwa)s hate on hand a
Itrgs rnd well selected slock of hay and grain,
bran, boiled linseed meal and oil-cake meal,
adapted to all kinds nf livestock, which are
offered at Ion' vr.-r. Tney also keep on hand.
cut hay in grain sacks, and fine rice straw fur
bedding put up in convenient size bales. A few
of those celebrated Liv erpool salts acks for hor
rubbers at 50 cts. each.
The steamer Likcltke has been hauled
alongside the Fish Market wharf where she
she will undergo general repairs and have a
new boiler put in. A large crane has been
crccledto handle (he heavy woik.
The passenger! by the Japanese steamer
Yamashiro Maru were released from quarantine
To the statistical tables of Great
Britain on emigration and immigration
in l he year 1884, which have juu been
issued, is perhxeu a very interesting
report, in which Mr. Giflen discusses
the reasons why tcople leave the
country-i ar"l "h)' they return to it. The
main fact is that there was a great
decline in emigration last year. In 1883
there was also a decline, but then it was
exclusively a fallini; off in the number
of foreigners vtho left the llritish shores.
lah year tne decrease was
general, und was accompanied by an
increase oC irrirnicration. Mr, C.iffen
accounts for the.criangc by suggesting
that emigration in 1S83 was much
assisted, and drawi the general
conclusion that there was a natural
tendency to decline in both years.
It must at first sight seem strange that
icwer persons should leave Ureat Untain
when trade is, as it lias been lately,
depressed, than when utistticsw U
lively and speculation active. Such
a coincidence, it unexplained, might
serve to suptrort Prince Bistnark's
paradox, that emigration is a sign of
prosperity. Mr. GilTcn explains it by
reference to me state 01 commtwee in
the United States, to which most of the
British emigrants go. It Is well known
that we'have been suffering during the
1.1st two years even more than Great
Britain, and it has been found, as might
be expected, that trade in America varies
dercctly with trade in Euroiw. Mr.
Grifien holds that the principal cause
e. t .f i- .1 . . j 1
u emigration is trie great, uctnanu
for labor in new countries when times
are good there," and regards it as
"only a coincidence that times are good
in these countries when they happen in
begood in the oldcoiintricsthcmselvcs."
It must be admited that Mr. GilTen'
conclusions show Prince Bismark to
have been not far wrong in mint of
fact, however erroneous may have bten
the inference which he drew. Moreover,
as Mr. laiifcn goes on to mint out. the
fljineixof the labor market in the United
State operates in two ways, inducing
people ho have emigrated lo return,
as well m preventing other from
emigrating. Various important details
are to be feund m Mr, GilTcni report,
sue)) as the special antl independent
chiractef of emigration (0 Australasia,
which is governed by laws of its own, and
the tact that Ihe proportion of Irish
emigration to English and Scotch, has
ItHtsMi inmy per cent, n Ihe last thirty
ytttft. Hutthc point of chief interest U the
iMWwcunayiawattoa brtcay Hiwiriura
Vtaarlt tliurclfd Irntn I'ortlirrt Torti.
San fa am tsio, Am t a Mam rota llavanl
Ihit luir (. tv 1 1 Irwin a In,, .Scants.
Sah atNiiaaas Attt a s cirv Of 5tniv. . Ohtti
lu Julv II. IIMVIeM l.D , ,tarila.
HcMfOltiT llsv, Ana Urn I'VA VHmn
lil June aft
lUaron, ,m U Aur riaa , ,Sfll
unit .tutiiw t. s. iWfwar m i.w, .vnerua.
I tvhaenua, Ittlt II Jt riTR..t ...,,,
thia Jwlr i-ia -- Aft-iaa.
t!aaM, II1I1U I tans Urn. Ala,,,
lotrfil fun. I. A, lfltefff tat., Airnta.
Naw Wk Aml'k MtarilA lUala, tna)i.
Iut t)ai i-aa V Itftwrr L'tt,, Aietua.
Ilttaihoilir, Am aalir I sa.i ,,, . -
lti July t 1
SvnskV.ltrt a a,ASrfeAllA tahaai
Ills I'M t II llaelMilACo., Ajma
MicHanl VaaU Now In I'fttt,
lltli Mm I.KiS'n. i,,,.,N'lit
ttritrh lih Iritis ix ...
(let, .kCNtll' ,,. .
llstnt Joll"J It "sraacKalta t I'ltw
Ilk Jl 1 1 IVao Iltuml'i
in lb llmiiaii 1, linn
jjtunr a a VaMaatllito IIanu , . .,,,--'
.SAtltmiAV, nne 17 -
Schr Wnllcle from Matlkn
Hlntr Mkcllke frniii Maui
Stmt (.' It, llialiop fium Walanae and Kauai
Slnir James Makre Irnm Waltlua ami Kauai
hlmr iltilnlll from Molokal
Mmr lames I Doused from Molokal
Schr W.ttoll friim Mtliko
SliNttSV, June J.S-
Sltnr K'' tu from Maul and Hawaii
Slinr 1 .nter from Unu.1l,
Mmr W, (I. Hall, Iroin Maui, Kona and Kan
Slmr Iwnl.tiil front llatnakiia
Sell Mary Foster from Kauai
Schr l!iiiint from Olowntu, Maul
MoniiaV, June at)
French bk lnils IN' from New Castle, N S W
Srhr Kn Mol ftont tjtitpthorhoe
TilfsliAV, June jo
St.li Mile Murrit from Ittvit
Slmr Walinanatii fmin Watmanaln
WniNMiiAv, lulv 1
Schr Nellie Merrill from Lahaina
TllmtsiiAV, Inly J -Schr
Mite Morris from Molokal
llltne Mount Lebanon from Hongkong
I'kIHAV, July 3
Schr J C Fortl from San Francisco
MoniiaV, June nj
Slmr Mnlnlil for Molokal
Slmr Lehiia for Kahiilttl ports
Schr Wttloll f.ir Malilo
Sell Waicliti for tVjtinca and llamlei
Schr Manttokawni for Koolau
Schr I Lileaknla for I'eiiecken
Schr Sarah and llli.t for Koolau
Tuesiiav, June 30
llklne Kll.i for San Francisco
Slmr Kinati lor Mam ami Hawaii
Ilk Giib.iilcn lor Sin Francisco
III Hope for Port Tmmtcnd
llrit bk Orlettle for San Francisco
Sch Mnlolo lor Litipihoelioe.
Schr Kitlamamt for Hamalua, Hawaii
Schr Hob Uoy, for Koolau,
Wr.liKt.snAV, Inly I
O S S Alimcda, for San Francisco.
Sch Ku Moi fur I-aupahochoe
Sch Lhtikal for Wulalua
Schr Wailele for Maliko
Thursday, Inly 2
Sch Mile Morris for Kwa
Slmr W CI Hall for Maui ami Hawaii
Slmr Iwalani for llamakua, Hawaii
Friday, July 3
Schr Anerican (Jlrl for Waianae
Sch Caterina for Hanalei
Saturday, July 4
llrit bk Ilirmah for Portla.'td, Or
Stmr James I Oowsctt for Mo'okal
Schr Kaw.ilani for Kauai
Schr Koinlxiw for Koolau
xf.ir Hinma for Koolau
Sch Waioli for Malilo
Ffnni Ivfllllllltl nn.t W4V Trt, tr ,!.. T lira.
like, Saturday, Juno '17 Miss II E Carnenter,
isicwa, miss isose,.-iist iimiioru, Atlas IViiitta,
MissTicld. Mist Haunitii, Mist Mariam, Miss
Ivllt.l. r V(nt,VI(l I l ltiuAtitnt .a- ,, I t
- -, - -.-,.... v...., j ... ..HnHIM,,. V. 1.1, --
T Kouse, S T Alexander, W Alexander, Miss
A Alexander, aiiss J Alexander, E c lleiar,
A Kaua, Mrs R Kaucwalnui, Hon I V KaVa,
II 1' llaldvtin. Mrs J T Aluli Miss Dowselt,
Miss Jutld, Mist Hatch & 67 deck.
Krniii ll.1m.1Ln3 nrc)iiip I wit's tti Clin.tu
June 2S Chas Augen, N II Purvis i 18 deck!
T- a- 1 -. ,. ..- ., ,
riuitt isuiiui jicr amir a lamer, aunuat-junc
lH C S Wilro. II K f'.li.l.. A v: VS-II. t,-
Ga, M G Corrca, 1' Richmond & wf, & 64
From Hawaii and way ports per slmr W G
Hall, Sunday, June 28 W II Smith, Hon G
W 1'ilipo, I F Taley, J F McKeniie. Miss A
Hattwcll, Miss II Ilartwcll.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sunday, June 28th Hon S U Wilder, L J
IlrontlwraiaiL f-- P,m..t 11 a Vrr..n Mt. t
A Clark, Mrs McQuade, Miss Knowlton, Cant
i a a.- :. a si i t .. t .-, '
as t iiditcit j .iua;uiic nnu wi, ,ai v.ameron
and wf, J F Le Clerk, Mrs J Taverniir, Wray
Tnalnr. Mlu Tinrllrr. CWIhmint .1 .f
Miss M A Hillcbranrl, Miss Emma Clark,
.Miss .Martin, u u liaiumn, U W Miles, C
Along, J O Carter, Mrs Kapukini, J Coerper,
Mr Jtlltl nnrl 1 rli I lr,.fitnn f!. Unt.
Ilishop vVillis, J Kobbins, Geo E Richardson
Col C I' Iaulca, W It Cornwall. E C Thump-
sou unit iuj (1CCK.
For Fort Townsend per bk Hope, Tuesday,
june 30 itcv a u roroes, t sviison, a: A A!
Fur Illlu and way ports per srmr Kinau,
Tuesday, June 30 Miss Hare, Miss Dowsett,
Mr Dowseti, Miss Lvman, Miss Chamberlain,
.suss rnrsinimons.Airs 1 VaigM,.MissK Wioht.
G W Milts & wf. U E Richardson, W II
Com well, Miss Chaplain, Miss Hall, Miss II
Hitchcock, Mis. E Hitchcock, EG Hitchcock,
EN Hitchcock. J Cooner. A Fornamler. n
Rcnlon. W Chaplin & wf, Mrs Hind, Mrt
Hyde, Mrs Covington, W V Horner, Jr & wf,
Misses Hinds (2), Miss Khodcs, Alia C K
Stillmeii.E 1' Lowe, Mrs Smithies a 2 ch.Miss
Bailey, Miss Sponncr, Miss L Wctmorc, Miss
11 .-severance, r vsoo-ja, Mr ilaldwin, KM
Hatch, I Kenton, J McKeniie, A II Mit
chell. For San Francisco, per Alameda, July I
.suss 11 r. v.arpentcr, staiiacc Alexander,
S T Alexander, Miss Julia Alexander,
Miss Annie Alexander, Mr and Mrt C
II Turner, Dr J II Hatch and wf. Miss C C
Cries, Mrs I 10 Hanfonl, Mrs K S Smith and
child, II S llyman and son, Fred T Rouse, S
C Reynolds ami wf, T R IVoung and wf, II C
Warrant, 1. J lllnardman, M S Grinbakm, Miss
Mnau, Mrs I Mute, u Uooth, Mrs Swain,
Rev W C Mcitilt, E C San ford. Miss I Know!
ton, Mist Fannie- Martin, Mist Heck ley, M
Schull, II T Wrmls, D A McKlnley, Mrs J M
Cooke. M Piko, J I'llo and son, Mist ECUrk,
G'N Wilcox, Mn Mattim.Capt C A Lorcrue,
For San F;ancisco per hi- Caibaricn, Tues
day June 30 SE Mann. Mrt Moore, F W
t- 1 .. ... . .
rot isauat per aunr rtanier, tvctlncsilay
July lMlss A K Ilanapi, Miss A Field,
Mist A Campbell, Miss K Rotlgert, Mist
Waterhouse, Hon W II Rica Si wf, Hon II A
vviitemann, r. KiKiieis, Masler Waterhonte,
Ed Dowsett, F Gay, J Gay, G Barker, j
Rocher. A S Wilcox o; 00 deck.
For llamakua per slmr 'Iwalani, Thursday
July a-II H Nichols, jJjj'McGulre. '
Fur Kona ami Kan j. stmr W G Hall,
inurstiay juty 1 itcv uisnop Willis, .Mis A
Willis, Rev O V Emerson, II I' Baldwin, G
E Richardson.Mist E II l'arit, J Brunt Sr,
For San Franciscti tir l,lttn ftu SI,MI.M
June 29 C llrcwrr cVCo, 1156 bags sucari
Castle Cooke, 3,084 ba;t sugar. Domratic
For San Francisco per bk Caibaricn, June
m 11 ir.,tr.il a, r.. e.. 1 ...''. L-
,av..t s, v,ua ik, U;4I1 r.
HoiTachtars!cr &. Co, 357 l-sgs sucari J T
........w.., .,j t..k. , ratuati;, a.ayf
Ltai;s sucari r A Nchaffei Ai Co, 200 cs ntivc
.i . . a.t.i.... sit ut. V-, . ..
ii, uau wnuKvyi rrina; vvo s.raan at sli,
looct wine. Value foreign produce,$i, 54145,1
.lie w'luraia t-wuuse, aM,uaw,
For San Fianciscn per bk Qrientc, Wetlncs-
my, juiyi 17,314 bags sugar.
wi ! wv' Htm fixwvui, nn
nrsday, July l-JI,S,a bags sugar, ,aj4 bags
rice, 1,717 biiihs baiurtat, 47 paoeapplea,
Vi.tf (svT-in lrrt jsa . kl va lid ...1 Af J
jm w-. tvM HHici, fj uij aaauvs, IW NUHt
goal vkiiu, 9 bdlt sheep skin., ijo Ult suaar
cane, 11 bas Wlri lattvta, 1 bat fruit, I bag
17lLDRR S STUAMStllP CO
HOUTR ANU TIMH I A II L It
i -f MUwInt tliiKiU I latirtitnf At
MfttUm, MiUm XliuLott, K.riIi,
unc )4(ttiMiiHlltan) wif I'orH,
. .Ill OAimI WAV I'llfH.
.VoKunaftrril Wf j'.iftf,
. Hll4nil V.fif ISmU,
ntcAiv) ftl way iVnti.
(tt(llilf ntt y t'irtit,
otmrtMnt way Wli
UilaJ lllll ay I'sWI.
Ullodml y I "Wit,
Vlf4no nl y l4l.
i . IliU Jni'1 winy I'utu
VWanOAOil wity I'mt.
.ttiltlttj nmt jr I'm1,
.1 nf My,
I tttwaUf 1
A 11 1 til 1$,
Silmli nij, ,
I ravM Mm4t nt 4 f . M ( KjKittnlil.jili KkIiii
till Mul, II ink) t Klpatliutu t ni fur K'trui, Mo
luJj ami ISuu tvtry mhr tHk, Kflurntng wilt lm
ii, tli aliv MKti, -rrtvlnn txk tiur Jy ttiornlnt.
o-'lur trullt aihl pitvntrrt mv,
run KiiVK.i Hint.
tATt if ituUily (or l'juliau. KoluAU)it Oo.jiti,
KukdUu, HotvJiIn, IjiuiiAliueliM, IULaIau uml Oimi-
McOVaO , .. . ..'OMMAHIrr
t.ftrtkiU Mon-Uy m 5 r. M, for Katwitttltakiit, K
mU, I'uVuri, IjitiAlnn, MojhuI, lUtassvuVfiiUu, lVt
unu ami KUiiiapa. Hfluiiilng Ifuvct Vuloo hllny
I'aauhor Hont'luVt artUtnrf Slursl nioitilnf.
S. O. WIUlKR. I'r. S, n. KOSK, Sc'y,
Hers Steamship Company.
New Route to the Volcano!
Thf Steamfar KINAU Kind (mnntiiW, will
lfvt Honolulu on TuUyt JUn Jjrd, for KtauJioti,
the New Volcanu Ijinilinir, ami ihrreafiei upon the
firi Tue!ay after the arrlrat of the Ahmnla and
Marl pout, due herr the tih and and of each month.
We offer passwnjtfM TMaogcn iikkt for the urn of
riffV DOLLa ALLCHARcrs Mil'! allowing paen
(ert twenty-four houtV time at the Volcano lloue. ami
returning to Honolulu ui Sunday mornlnj.
OlLV FOURTH lrf!t rOM TIU TRAMRH TO Tilt
Volcano, over a goott road lt than half the dil ance
of any other route.
On alt trio, rxreot Voltinn irtn. ih KtpJAtJ will
run her regular time table, going to llllo and returning
to Honolulu at 10 a. M. Saturday. On Volcano tnpt,
paengert from Ijtupah'hoc mut take the le!ne
on up tnp. I'anengen can remain on board or H!J
utfi ai una unm r nuay at 9 a, x , m tney cnooe.
All further particulars given at the office of
WILD BITS STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Honolulu, June ta 1885 ly if
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
Stmr. It'. O, Halt (Malulant)
U ATM , , , Coiiittuiiitlrr
Wsilrun regularly tu Maalaea, Maul, and Koin and
Steamer i'tonter (Litiinw)
Laurron ... , ,... Comnun.It r
Leave every Tuevlav at $t. m, fcr NawIlUili,
Kotoa. Klcele and Valmea. Kcturnlti( will leave
taBninwiii seivij artsuiiirf) ats f r. HI 17. I rig ail HO
ulu, every Sunday at 5 a. h.
Will run regularly to llainoa. Maul, aul KukuU
ntie, iionokaa and 1'aauhau, HawaiL
Steamer C It, Jtlhof,
Leave, every Saturday at 8 a. m. for Walanafe.
Oahu, and Hanalei and KiUuea, Kauai. Keiurnlng,
,-"i every 1 jcwuy at a r, M,( ami Inucriin,;
at Waiatua and Waianae Wednevlai, and arriving at
Honolulu name day at 4 r. M.
Steamer Tamen Mahrtt,
Waiii , Comm nder
Will run regularly to Kapaa, KauaL
Aie Houtf to thm VtArano,
Through Ticket to the Volcano and return, un now
be had at the OfBcenf the Intrr-lilAmi Slm Nmlns.
tloa Co. Touriu and others Icasving IUvic.luIu per
Steamer MW. G. !UIIM will be'UndeJ at PUnaluu.
wnert nrutaM Hotel U rwropenM lur the arcom
modaiionnf traveler; thence by Railroad to rah&U,
thence by Stage Coach to Half-way Iloue, where
llorkea and Guide .1I be In attendance lo convr)
them to the Volcano.
Iy tht route, ac round trip can be made In 7 U),
givlne 1 ttav aniUrght al the Volcano.
Ticket lur the round Inn, Includet Conveyances
Guide, Hoard and Lodging, $60.00.
for further particular imjulrc at the oihc o( (titer
Itland .ieam Navigation Co , Honolulu.
J. KNA. T, R. F05TKK,
4J-4 SecreUry. Iretlent.
PACIWC NAVIGATION CO.
Cmtw QVJ5K.V V NUVANU wi. iteUU
KrguJar ve) (or the port uf
Maliko on Maul
Laupahoeiioe Houomu. Paukaa,iuvd Hilout.
Koloa, lUnapepe arVValioea uo Kauai, and
WaiaJua on Oahu,
Ami any other portt when InuucemcnUuifer,
PerMMit having freight for any uart of the MamU to
be furwanlcd from San KrancUco by way uf Honolulu,
or direct kip.jMnt from Honolulu will do well to en
tjulr firw wf ihe ptaciftc Navigation Co., befur rtuklng
Good IntendeJ for tAIpoji,t by any of our vcmI
received and uored fr of charge It our fire pru.,1
building at any ttm. Apply 10 lU cap aim on b-rd,
f to A.K, COOKK
i)f Manager I'aci&c NrUattKfs Cn.
The Am American bark.
CA1TAIN K W. NKWEI.U
DtaaallMt lofl anallM lot a of July ill Uat
aut lmaalasl aluisra fa lleegtoat tlursl.
Vm frfialai or Faa44 apitly 10
C 8REWER A CO..
O ottf. t rittf- tu'i Strati
rOR MN rtAHCIHU
C. BMKWMB 4 CHHtAtr, .lti.
Marc ItaaAa. aMIa4 ttonmm m.. uul I.Ihi.1 e.
trtxtaa. at irtiaattnu Irr litis laaa.
f BTTIR MUM ANB IILL HBADfa
IMmJ Malls- sas4 at raMatU lattu at ttat fsaiav.
KOULAU CASH SALE.
on TiumsnAV, jur.v iitb
Ar I a. si, ar out Stlktataaiur,
aaltl U ld al tir1a
OUaawarr, Cijatfty tut-l llnnta
lataa .V 1 lt a lui.
v , I 'rsalt brvatrt,
IIMa. Salmon, !,, alt.
Mm m n tuiiatmilari
(.'iisi-H at Tim of Fruili Ciikta & CracliDM
Irnm il, latifWnlii Craattitf CwatfJan.
,rsi .1 f.f'i'fJi
jurortTOAonirs notici; ov halh
lly.llrrtih.irf SIIM'HUN SPMNCHH iU mt
KAgTtiAmc.1 loafttvtiatn trvt'MUrtf rtfli4''f
Ihe tiriUfOiloher, A. !., fli. &AfemJn ti UUr
,i(("li'rt 4o- '"' -T KahaV! "f S'Hra liUft-t
nf 0hn, lo biepdeii Sistsrxr, 4 lewtoii, lWL?lr.l, wa
A(Uireite,ltorllat iNiMIt AmtLn MONlfAV,
Ihe 6th day of July, A u , iMj, at 1 M al wtr Jl
ftjom III HiarWilllllli
All lhal ttrtaln il ,.r parnl tf Ufid WiiMie at K'a
wall'ia, tn kiid WaiatuA, a tut littng lto anl aula Unl
ttmialnlngAii area if it fmxun.arnt Ufng thAm
Tfmfci iltwrihcd In Huyal I'atenii Niw MH. U C
Awanl, No, aorH "'.hulal.
ttf' I'or further Ml.nUrt emi'tlre 1 f
l,()NS A IJA'I V, AultMtr
Or 10 J. MmnMkhaT Attv fir MortiAgef). H-J)
" VALUABLE REAL E8TATr
We are .nttriirt'd to 11 hy p lttrais.ir&xl at mir
uletrocm nn MO.S'DW, )ul (ih. al It notn. ihe
irnprty (tuaird at Krtrvi1iifn, m i,tn the UNnt
thrcr llima al iW itpael tn- t.f II I K I V. IIKJL'
hANI), HVK IIUNDMM lOI,lKS $),).
Ihr land comltti.f nn area nf unc acre, mee orjeti,
Uh tul'dlitgrs.tt tJiillmiiiet ihcrrrm 'lh tul'dllg U'
In ctti-l rtfir ami newly fnt.l, nel cnmUti nf
porhir, ll.ree Iml ru.m. Vluhrtt, par.lry itiit Jln'rig
rtoni. Iliiruprt U atfl ui' I ed with tr from
jurfdee ptunpe anlilo Urim In n lnV, wli'wh can l-
ued a a ttrtrvoir In cam Df ilrongtit Ihfrc are al'O
a numUr c-f grajtr tearing tw he piirtlmwr i,f
IhW Unilhat ihrirtk.n iif l iii g nn A'ljflulhg itlon
of landcnmprhing an arrn of tn ami cit lath hcrr.
at am an ual rentrtl of 40. l aanie liarng 0U )u.r to
tnr llietfilrbf iheahnvn. I f m l, lienl
at etperitenf puichaur I (nrthr pofllculinr, ', ff(
ft PEOPLE'S WANfl
J. E, WISEMAN,
tieiioral BimIiicnm AuoiiU
i Itrakc, 1 CarTUjje.
9 fine planoefor aale.
1 new haMtm top liupgy. ,
J InlllapJinM In food order, with ball and'euer.
I fiM road rWe "
CHTTAOM TO RBNT a
At I'unahou Alare and roofy v(denc! (? ori),
contain 10 room, e as , ciotiml. aiieftiari
well on iemie. Will im ir wll-j.o mj.
At Wa.kikl 1 Irt-atitiful cotlai;e, aloritf the Wft-h
lo rent ; f.ne p.ittuint;r, bj. -,itr, te'rphore.
Kent Unfily or tcelh r-rmJi tjt n.o, ill mil
on reaMnall term.
On Iternania ttreet mur Abjul, a Tine reiiente,
rsqym 8 room in all. Lury uiivsiwenc
uWp bt, ttaiblct, etc to mo.
On Lihha Mrert, near King urr-et, a neat ,c"t"
tajje with paddoik arbor ami j-atden 35 mo
On Kin atreet, abnv Uliha -ticet, a tVum t
rw.m cottage 10 rent, fine lot, .tab5.nn
"OtT Klntrrrt.KcUini Inn, opprniie rmfttile
.S Ka ii, dereard a a tory cottje, Lrs lot,
state trw, nc-$j in,. Adjoin ri; lU
alrfica new tot lace built with all modern
improvement ttaUri, deep lot, water, tie.
On Mpni:. Stnure at foo. tf lUretanJa Slret na
the t, UniU ScIhhI, I liatefrurtinalltot,
iaj;es to rem. 1 rum J to t m mo,, each.
Hout ami lot at I alama to fu.ll. House nearly ncn
contain 6 room, ample wier, grape vine,
plant and il i era. A pleant )wni for mull
House on Llltha Street, a itory frame dep lot.
Kent.il, x mo.
On ALlea trli plraMnl 9 noni cullaj;c iii
$j mo. Situate near Hotel Mreet,
At Palama a new houe a-rury. neat croupd
Rental $30 mo.
At Pauoa Valley a pleasant j-ruom tottae And ta
Die Rental $ao ino.
On Ilerrianta Mteet above Alapai Mrctrt, a pleasant
room for a gentleman. AUo Jmi t ul a furnUied
houef r l.die r scmlcmcn. Room i
no. HouwSil.ux .
Fine re-Id nc Jut built on I.unalilo ktrerS. kt
ih Uautlful p ace. Hrnial Jyu mo., 'will fell
fvr $$,"" fr
On IVn.acola iirttt, onersfth choicrt reMdence In
''..'."Vs l0 " lor wiIwUra ajtlv tome
or . O. Smalt, i;q
On Kauai at Kllauea, a cry convenient rctlcfence
butlt In tnsxltrn t)le to rcut,
ItriltTA AH II urKKK-f 1
Two tortlo li on Kin,; Ucrt-v.putu uiion
hotie, gaol bimiic tUtt
Store to Jrwn Hmrl Strtft nr Tort rtt
OlTice Koome to r In Prcwer HUkI, Foil Uei
nm Jit and inc,th.
One IJ uf my ofice to ten with ofTrOE-fitoItuie
ran ika ani roa al.
lie aloanui Susar Planutuni rn M.J-Lat f e,
(i,ouiAt.rciX Torture 1 owned t,nd 3i mn
medt all under tuliivaiiAa, , head rnofc 1
Ht.. (wniln cUtlUanenerally bpln.
did Imitation thriHiahout,' Cua t7ow W "Ul
In Nuusnu Valley a.111 lra. ,jj icllr aiJ i
rr.riiruutKir,r)ij,ium ihi, sat Is.siil
livaK.1, also iiKift sent ulkrtniuE In cuUlax
llon,")ii a.r, .1''',
t tuta Cur aal on tunalilj Mrr ptaltts.
Al KaUtl, a -aror Iwum-, j rwct.a Iu all, do U ut.
of nM, m fo Ji,.
I'tioul I lattr Itanck lMMd la sail, tliuslttl a'
kal.lil.iHt lit. hlaitil of Oal.u, igu wit a
T rs Id run aiul "itlla. of tt.tal J
haad rank, ihcsl Itvixa, taSKsJiartl lattpfr
otania anj cutian. Ktntal (i,, vtar
Bnuilful rtitatnc. la aall at WatkiVI a bun h art
ahuat. Cttoireai tumjMr tuMat oa is laa(
At ruuhtAI - Wm lllu "rali. (vcUmll'
nytmvtvlih alalia, rstri , b'laiw, uiim'i
room atj wliiv- ard, (.v mi lU Cxrat ol
l:itifham stwt AruUati atrial. toanafcgr Aah
kiitimjih. atx. a Una tull.ln, lot liviaog,
at ill aall am. it ttoth rani iLrt la fio.
lnUiK.tb.nl, rat) taints, ''al
WAKts ' ' ,
n'tmli I baa. a vy.utu-1 ni.n 1. ui (ana Kama.
taotlt. , a
..Kr,n-,n,. uiif ,u, imiwi ,ta iu riav sjmi cm in.
4ainv I'm turi"t)-In air loo-la.
" Yvt furtrtar ituiIruUra, a-l!tas at yl It
I. .'. H IUKM.IS,
Rtal btlslt and G.rvcrtl Butla.tt Afsnt,
l'. MS O its
.Vas II muil ntt 'art Slrr.l, s
(arrsit l.ipo'a trAiiss.) ,-a
w. m. raoc
V Ctniajaa all J.i-ilK-ta aul I. -Ji m
.sal (ahmMm i.i,l -,-
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an ..s , 1. ..t ., 7 ...llxri
- at.M,.. w .,.. lattartlltiyOHiMriTTj
m .at, ramus, cst. ;.