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JULY it, iM
.11 .tlhnn't I'nlltvr,
The riinlns.llont ami clotlnc tticlc of
St Allnn'l Cullre unitrt lli ni.iugemeni of
Ml A,T Alkliinn,l(Hkpjirilinlii;'riiuiiiU)r
ml I iliUy of tlm wrck. 1'lit toiV. nf llie
past yc.r, t ifimtn ly llirr mliUiimmct r
trtiliiAiloni, luts Wrn crtitlialile iinil tailsfjc
lory d nil InlcrritrJ, tin) it rircl4lly coin-t'limmUi;-
lu the 'wcse-nt rOiclcnt cmps of
lotlxri. Mi. AlVinMHi li.t liren M) insistent
in itlir-tltirationaMaUitstis t'apUlii ll.V.MItl,
Ml. Cluilrt I'mm-aus lu I1.11I charge of llic
ilitwjni; classes ami Mist Zoc Atkinson of llic
primary ilriumnciil. The camlnnllon of
11iiinJr liiflmlcil ihc follow iii iliimi
Onilnftr)', lunri onttimclic, Uetf.ipliy, lii(;)icl
atithnirilo, highest I'rcncli cljvi, fouilli I jilln
lojtlti icjiltt anil ipelliiif; ami fint liitlnty Of
llmr cUe Uuneitoenliii! ocll mcnlion
it llic grumtlry, llie lilglicr I'iciicli nml I11M
Imloiy cUtirt. The work by Mlw Cto Caller
in ceomeliy uarpcciAlly kwhI t llie I'lrnch
clan maJe urjl ImniUllonl fium illcta
li( which uric mint creliulle, showing
nuiketl iinpiovrnienl ami the ability to uc
the Kieneli tongue pmcllcill. The I'rrneli
tuiitbtlnnt hy Mi Uulli llt'iiuni aiul MUi
Wthlehouie were the licit ilone In the clatt.
Maitrr Jnmle WiUlcr Hooil at the heail nf tin
lint hitlory cUu. Durini; FiMajr inomlni;
ciiminatloiii were hcUl in the followini
branchea 1 luwer Kiencb clite, ttamiiur,
fifth teailer, Virgil, Horace, SalliiNt,
Xcnophou, Jrauini;, aljjcbu, Jll.l aecoml hit
toiy. Of thete ctauct special mention i maJe
of the Latin ami Greek clauet, the ilralm;
cUs under Mi. Charlci Fuine.iua, the nlucbra
clan nJ the lower French clauc. French
U ViaJe pecial feature of the acliool ami is
taught tu all the j-jpiK. Matter Antonio
Perry, with only llirca month't ttn.ty, ihowci!
veiy marked prorci in the ue of the Greek
verb la hit traiulaliont. The ilranlni; class
gare practical test of their pioficicncy by
drawing different figures on the black boards
from dictation, which work conclusively hova
that, t St. Allan's, ilr, Furncaux's teaching
las replaced theoretical methods with practical
execution anil has made the pupil's work In
this department useful as well as ornamental.
In the second history class Master Clite Uasies
and Master Willie l.ucas stood etcn end were
examined further until Master l.ucas missed on
.question or Oriental ruler. ...l u,nC Clite
Uastes first place. The follur!i; Is a list of
first priiet awanleil for Ihe term t Composi
tion, Ruth Denton ; first history, Jamie Wilder ;
second history, Clue Uasies ; classics, An
tonio Perry ; Improvement, Julius l.ouison.
On Friday afternoon literary and musical
exercises were gisen by the pupils. The liter
ary part consisted of original compositions,
and recitations in English and French. Ruth
Benton's composition on A Cup of Tea was
written in a light, letter atyle and was warmly
applauded. James Wilder's comxsition on A
Straw Hat was done in Jamie's pcculiarly
couuc stile. Little Molly Atkinson, who is
only nine sears old, read a composition on
CO S which wa one ofthebe-t, things of the
day and is proof absolute that a little girl may
know something about the traits of cats that
even naturalist! with all their wisdom have
failed to note, The recitations wcic good. At
last the school joined in singing S'eel Chiming
lieih which brought the miJ.unmicr term of
I St, Allan's to a happy close.
Two panics of base lull were plated last
Saturday at the Makiki grounds. In the
morning at to o'clock the tVtdtics met the big
II. boys and weic vanquished by a score of IS
to j. In the first inning Hay Wodehouse
made a run for the Honolulu! ami Dick
Sharret one for the Pacifies. In the second
inning both nines were whitewashed. In the
third inning Fred O.il made a run for the
Honolulu and the Pacifies ere goosed. In
the fourth inning Fred Whitney scored one for
ye big II. boss and Datldson one for e
Pacifies. In the fifth inning the Honolulu!
broke the Pacifies all up by making 6 runs.
Kred Oat. Hay Wodehouse, Harry Whitney,
Jiuiuiie Dowsclt, ltrown and Winter, making a
run each, while the Pacifies were whitewashed.
In the sixth Inning Fred Oat made a run and
the Pacifies were whitewashed again. In the
seventh inning Jininiic Dowsclt made a run
and the Pacifies were whitewashed for the fifth
time. In the clathth Snnirujr Hay Wodehouse,
Harry WMiriey.'Guy Wodehouse and Jimmle
1" Dowsett scored for the llonolulusand Shubeit,
Davidson and Lucas for the Pacifies. In the
last inning Fred Oat, Harry Whitney and U.
Wodehouse closed the score of the Ilig II.
boys and the Pacifies were duly whitewashed.
In the afternoon the game between the
Oceanic and the Married Men wai to;i by
the Oceauics, the champions making 17 runs
and the Married Men 6. Up to the close of
. the sixth inning the game was a close one and
It looked at if the Mariied Men held the whip
band, the seine standing J to 3, but in the
seventh inning the playing of Dun Antonio
Kosa and Catcher Sheldon broke dow n and the
Oceania walked away front them during the
wsruiiiler of the game. Mochonua, who
.essttght in Scotty'i place for the Oceanics, de
veloping fine catching qualities, and with
practice will make one of the best catchers in
the league. The main fault of Mochonua'
catching is that he is too slow in throwing the
ball to bwset, at it is often the case with tiong
throwers, who ate otherwise safe men behind
The Pacifies have dlsluntnl and Eckel and
Hilly Moore have Soiued the Houolulus ; they
will both play to to-day's game against the
Mariied Men. The change will doubtless
ntcasvsltate a new arrangement of the lenuinlng
league games for this season.
Neat Saturday the champions and the -cfcaastpioas
trill inert in deadly encounter on
tU Makiai diamond.
At Fort-Street Church, Sunday, Pastor
Ciiuan U1 preach at the usual hour. In the
tawMag a Mtuon for Ike young on ' Wild
Que Mnf tfeefc Hnvsms," "All art invited,
" ''41 ftUi taviatiett w young men.
run i.ir: .n.viin: ,ihrn
IN Itfnlh I if I s,i,f, 1 llrl'f lllnti
rft;ff lii- fitHrrit Xtrrif Vrt
hitln tn lit Itrvwrtf
lUity hsl Niimla) morning the mournful In-
Irlllitcnn tpiMil OilMiplioiil town that linn,
llflljtmln llitln Austin, .Second Awn-Isle
Justice of Iho llilvtalhn Siipirnir t unit 'tat
ilrail. Juttlfc Aiulln hail len an Invaliil lot
jr-ats. Acute ilieunuilsm was it rhionle
tulletlng; nf lit life anffcilng borne with
the snillirg furtitiiilc that mtikt the imnlrin
nititjr anifiiig his frlln, t to was Imin In
Saiatii piliigi. New Vmk', Jamuiy to,
lSjl, the oungfi of tluec brollins, two of
st hunt- Judge htaffonl I.. Austin of Onnmea,
llaitall, now In San I'tam Isco, and Hon,
Jnnatlian Autiln of this city, survive him,
A sister, Mrs. tlroige W. I'ounsfiid Is also
llilnc. in lluiTtlo, New V01V. 1'ioin lSS
1111III iN;ritlieitfrrasnl lived In llullalo. lie
t a.lmUlnl tn the bar of llnl city when 31,
aflrr gtadiiating (rum the l'oughkrrisle Ijiiv
S.hool, lie practl.nl law at pulner tsllh his
father until the biter irilinl from nrllve
piactlee, when the decctseil formeit a paitnei
ship with a pinminenl liulftlo allnmey nameil
Hickman, Jmlge Antlln knew (imvet Clete
lanil will 01 that lime.
In lS;(i, Judge Austin vitiletl these ltl.111.lt
fnr his lieallh. Illssuliseipient caieer Is well
known In most nf his tcu'lctt) and issue
clnclly and appieclilltely iiiiiiinril up In the
tributes of hit hlnthcr Judges, ;lteu lietnw.
Judge Austin leaves wldmvand lunclilldieu
llisilaugbtei, M11I011, Is now at Vassal Hit
on, (ieoige Hale, Is mini. ling school In
1ft Cuinal tt latRely altrnded Momlay
iilltiiiihin. It wata stale funeral. Itev.Mestri,
C11KJI1 nml Wallace olliclalcd.
RK'iOnmoNi of RPrrcr.
The bar ntscvlallon met last Tuesday mom
lug ami ndjnmncd tn the aupicmr mint. Chief
Justice Judil and Associate Justice McC'ully
occupied the bench. In a few Imprestlve
words Attorney flrneral Neumann moved the
acceptance nftlic fnllowlng resolutlnns, and
their enlr) iim the minutes of the con 11 t
ll'Atit,ti, t!od in Ills wlte providence has
removed the I lonoi able llcnj 1111(11 Hale Austin,
Second Astocnte Justice nf the Hawaiiin
."-upienic Cniiit by death ; lie It
AwiW, I Is it while we Ihiw-In suliinlssite
resignation to the Ims which we hate siilfeieil
In the remittal by death of Judge Antlln frnm
his nllicial duties at a fustier of tin- siiprcinr
court, we heiehy lecnnf ournppieciilioii nfhis
nnftlllug couitesy, nml his clieciful and faithful
attention to the icxponsiMc duliej of his h1.
lion, cteu while afflicted with set ere and pain
ful lnulily illness 1
That we hereby express to the fimily of the
deceased our sinccic condolence and our st 111
pathy with them in their bereavement :
That the Kir wear crape on the left arm for
llurly ilnt in ropect of the deceased :
'I'll it tins roJ.ition be iccorded upon the
minutes of the llnvtaiian Supreme Couit, and
that copies be forwarded to the widow ami
nnd brothers of the deceased.
Your lloiHiis The mournful task has been
committed to me by the members of the Ktr to
move the acceptance nnd cnliy on the minutes
of this court of resolutions condolatory upon
the death nf llenjamin Hale Auttin, lately one
iif the honorable justices of this court.
Mn) 1 vtyof him that I rtgrcl nothing muic
than the scantiness of lime during which I had
the pleasure and benefit of acipiaintance with
the d-scciM-d gentleman. Scarcely two yeais
a span In a whole lifetime yet suSicient to
hate K-aineil ami appreciated the man; noble
niiii cxi-cncui ijutnucs which graceo tni man.
His upnghtnc-4, the conscientiousness with
which be, regtrdless of phtsic.1l ailment,
attended to olhcitl duties, his lilrness and im
pirtinlity, were not his only attributes to com
mand our respect and elicit our praise. No
MIC who knew hlin could hate laileil to admire
the fortitude which he evinced during the lung
ami lernule trial to winch lie was suliiectcil
minngtnc latter part tirim-nre. '
In no wise could nobility ol mind and Hue
Christian spirit become moie conspicuous than
in this good man's behas ior to his family, his
friends, and all others who came in contact
with hint ; than In his unselfishness, in his
ittbtnlty, and in the exemplary patience with
which he bore his sufferings. " A'iAiI Arm
aerrtum tit inijuj nsu arpiui anhiut icLUium
iHVtmjf," Thcie is no sulTcring so hard but
In it the patient mind may find some comfort.
One of the salient virlurcs of our departed
friend was, that even intense sutVring never
could deflect his ways fronts conscientious per
formance of dut), nor prevent Mir. from main
taining a cheerful spirit anj a lovable patience,
which proved to be a con-!aliun to his sym
ptlhixing Inendsand relations. If there is a
hereafter; if there exists an immortal part in
man -and I do not doubt it then truly to
this good, ftithful and suffering man " Death
is the crown of life."
For htm surtites the memory of his un
blemished clnractcr as nun and judge, the
memory of his consideratencss to nil who
unrounded turn during the many dats and
nights of suffering which it was his hard lot to
pass: the memory of the faithfulness with
wind! tic perlormeil his tasks in Inc.
In His wortn we pay Win tribute, peihaps
ephemeral, Ikiuu.1 in the neak tissue of this
plrishable scroll, but I may say for those in
wnosc name it is presented, that It is not, as
onen occurs, an empty phrasing fitted for the
occasion, out that 11 emanates Irom that sin.
cere respect which follows the thorough apprc.
elation of tirture and rx-rii
MR. lUXTWELL'S REMARKS.
Yom donors I rise to second the motion
of his excellency the attorney general. The
event that has brought us together is still so
Iresh In my mind that I do not trust intscll to
utter extemporaneously the lew wonts that 1
Our friend Austin's long and weary struggle
with life is over. How bravelv. how natientlv
and uncomplainingly, how evenly he bore it I
uunng me nine years that I have known him,
I never heard a murmur escape his lips, al
though during all that time he must hate
suffered constant bodily discomfort. How
little we, who have prided ourselves on our
strength, can know of the anguish of mind
with which he found himself debarred from
bodily actitities. Not one in ten thousand
would have taken his lot ao sweetly, would
have retained and keen in full exercise and
control his intellectual faculties to the last as
finely as djd Judge Aia-Jin. It wat a superb
thing to do. His ciaraple may well teach us
tu n-diu nuw uiiinc is tiling it is to &uucr ami
ludce Austin t mental traits were those of a
careful and patient thinker. He hrout-ht to
tne oencn a niino preparer! oy mpy y ears ol
tiaining at the law In his natite stale of New
.otk : a firmness not carried to the extreme
of obstinacy : innrrity unallotcd by self
ngiiisyusims I a unite to OS liupailta! ; a
sincerity and singleness of purpose which could
not lie doubled.
The best of human judgment Is frail and
liable to error, but no one can say that any
judicial ruling of our deceased friend was
clouded or distorted by self-Interest, by passion,
prejudice or conceit,
liis last words, of which I hate heard,
spofcr.t to her -in the presence of whose erief
we must fain be silent- were characteristic of
the mans "H is all right " When our lime
shall come, may we, too, be able to say, "U Is
Jl'sTICe MC CULLY.
Mr, M. Thompson and Mr. J. W. Kalua, of
Lahakia, made eulogistic remarks. Mr, Justice
McCully then spoke as follows t
Cientlcmen of the liar 1 In 1S79 I heard of the
apHvintinent of Judge Austin to thr bench while
aotcui at ine rtotemuer icrin, in waimca,
Kauai. It was somewhat of a tupritc to me.
but I heard it with ureal pleasure. We had
been friends- I may say intimate friends
since we met at hi. first visit here. I felt that
he had both ditatantages and advantages for
office. It was a disadvantage, in regard to
much luitiness, that he was a stranger in the
country, unacquainted with what liad been
done in our courts, with the history of our
land lilies, and altos-eiher unactpjainlcd with
the Hawaiian language. Another disadvar.tage
wat that of infirmity of the body which would,
to a certain extent, hinder him from travelling,
and even nuke it a difficult matter to go from
loom to loom.
Oa ihc other hand, he was a lawyer of lung
uptwiesce In the courts of New York, a stale
I Trotti wlmh, as well as from New I ngland,
. vie ill aw much of our iutlspiiidcmei nnd.ngjliiil
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nil iiiiiif-UMir, lie nml 11, ni Hum, iintini imiiil;i:
mrnt, tint priprtunl and Invincible chefiliil
tirts nf which ton nil e,lk, wliltli was Ills
iiuhI lmplftle tlillirlriltllr. As tn lilt
golntj 1111 elrrtilt,ll was his with, and II s-rfniol
In lis Ilia) he should gun fait pinHii!lon, It
niiulil not do In attume at I lie miltrt of taking
nllire that he was Inraptblr of discharging an
inipnilanti though iillrn lalmtlous, milon of
Willi what enlivening rliferfiilncss we mty
My hilarity lie supported hlmtelf nn these
journeys )nu all air witnesses, lie never hmI
t a iiilli-rcr I hrnetrr made an exhibition of
his pitleme and fortitude. Ills chrerlness
drew all men nf etfiy degree wlmin lie inel
tnwaids hlmlo give him nil aid, nml omtMrr
that It tins Ihrlt pleasure to sntr him,
Ills wink In llllt rtiuit was done In nbout
lluee nnd a half trait. Of theipiallly of that
wink, It will be less beromltig for me lit ieak,
nnd ns fur llic tr-sl, my lelalions tsllh lilm ami
with Ids family weir of such InllniMr, H-iivial
frlrndthlp, that I should oliliinle Ion inmh ol
my own frcllngl were I In speak at laige
nir. chirk jtmict,
(,'hlef Justice Jiidd xild 1
llrethien On the 71I1 of Noveinliei, 1SS1, I
had Ihc ple-tsme of hatnllng lilt inajestt' com
mission to Mr, Ami in ami of welcoming hint
to llic bench nf the supieine Court, In which
llieie was n vacancy, on the advancement nf
Mr. Justice Mc Cully to the nillon of first
'Hint he peifnimcd the ieinnslhle duties of
this high nllicc with impartiality, nbllll) nml
alnolule inlrgiity Is tine. I lir Inlirmlly which
Imideiird und linprlsonetl Ms body dining Ihcse
years of tthlch we nil tprtk with uiipicmedl
lalrd colnrldeiue of llmiuagc shut him out
from piitlclptllng in nun) ol the activities of
tile, nut to a Juiige this seclusion wns, lu one
sense, nn ndtanlnge, for ho thill had inori- op
iHiiiuniiy for tttiili-xtirlictl rcllectlnn nml tic-llt-ernte
Judge Austin's trmpernmrnl was by nature
remarkably chceiful, ninny nnd chaiilahle.
Few, I may say noun of tit could have Imrne
Ihc disability which hu auirered with llie fortl-
luilc nml uncomplaining suliiulssloii that he
did. What an example of pnilrncc he has Icfl
lo this community I No murmur, nor expression
of ilissnlitficlion eteu, ever escaped his lips.
Ills stiong nnd sonorous voice Indicated an
eter cheeilul and buoyant heart.
During the three vc.trt nnd n half since
Judge Austin's elevation to the bench he
shrank Irom mi iluty, nml was nlwnts ready In
bear his pmiioillnn of the wolk of preparing
opinions, 'iopallcnt research Into prccrilvnt
and nuthorit) he wns pcculinily filled. For,
trained ns he wns nt the bar nf lirlc county,
New Vork, amid the close ronipelltloii of the
tiwvrin of the Ihupiir Stale, he brought lo our
aid Just wlut was needed, a disci-iHiicd und
discriminating mind, well gruiimliil In the
principles of llie lomiiion hit. When he had
gone through n case ami ret lew eil Ihcnuthor.
tiles we fell assured that nothing wns left tin
His intellectual conscientiousness made It
linpottihli- for him lo mlhcre to a position
which rcllectlnn convinced hint was unsound,
Hut when judgment and conscience coincided,
he was like a lock of adammt. Such, a judge
should eter be. Ills written opinions show
these characteristic. Ills shaic of Ihc more
Irksome put of the judicial sert Ice the hold.
Ing of terms of the circuit court he wns al
wat ready to bear. Tho assignments made
al the beginning of this tear gate him the last
(April) term of this court, nnd next month he
was to attend at Kauai, He was liopelul lo
the last, nnd within a few ibts of his decease
he expressed to me the hop; of being able to
accomplish his duty.
Hut his life's work h done. This vacant
chair the solemn services of yesterday all
testify to this. Mis fettered spirit is released.
We nave only his work nnd his memory left.
The resolutions you hate presented, the
touching remarks of the brethren ol thebir,
meet with the cordial sympathy of the court,
and will be full of consolation to the family
and friends of the deceased,
1 he clerk will enter (he resolutions 011 the
records of the court.
Last Tuesday night, shortly befcle 9 o'clock,
the house known as 900 collage, situated In the
Hotel grounds on Richard street was discovered
to.ln-.ou.firc. Dr. wi.li. t4-ik,c r
to discover the lire. He was standing at
ths window of room 23 when he heard
the noise of an explosion, which he now
supposes was the lamp in the cottage, and
remarked to his wife that Joe Tilde", had rather
a bright light in his room. He then removed
some of his clothing preparatory to going to
betl when he happened to return to the window
and heard Tilden trying in kick open thedoor,
He immediately ran down and broke open the
door, but the smoke drove him back and he
went to the other side of the cottage and
kicked in the other door. Hon. Samuel
Parker and a native named I). Nahoolcwa
who had been in the billiard room of the
hotel, arrived al the cottage and succeeded in
pulling Mr. Tilden out nf the burning room.
He was pulled out by the feet and had his
night clothes on, Mr, Tilden was painfully and
dangerously burned along the back and about
or.o of his feet. The native who aided Mr.
Tilden had his hands seterely burned, and
Mr. Parker had his moustache scorched. It is
supposed thai Mr. Tilden upset tlV lamni
while preparing lo go to bed, .wsd that it ex
ploded, setting fire to the house. Several
ersoris who were rooming in the building lost
all they had, as nothing whaletcr was sated,
owing to the rapidity of the fire.
The funeral of the dead manager took place
Friday afternoon from 700 cottage in the
hotel grounds. The funeral was largely attended
and the body was borne to the grave escorted
by the G. A. K. Pastor Cruran officiated.
The coffin was beautifully decorated with
flowers and front the circumstances of Mr.
Tilden's death the services seemed, especially
sad and selcmn.
Joseph Tilden was born December 12, 183s,
in Lowell, Massachusetts. Ills father was a
prominent citi-eu of the town. lie was edu
cated for the most part in lloston. Mr. A. S,
llartwell knew him as a young man In that
city. He served on the Union side In the
Civil War, entering tkc army as a private and
retiring as a captain of volunteers. He visited
these islands some twenty years ago, but was
not then tempted tn settle. He came to Cali
fornia shortly after the close ol the Civil War.
The stock business drew him into its toils soon
alter his arrival. Hfuas at one time a mem
ber of the firm of Tilden & Ilreeil I and, during
all the years of its prosperity, he was caller of
the Pacific Slock Hoard. Mr. Tilden was an
active member of the San Francisco llohemiau
Cluli. He was its supicnie authority on all
questions, nf menu and cuslne. Among 'Friscan
gourmets he had no rival. He was an emi
nently likeable nun, and a man more gener
ally liked than the average of his fellows. He
was well lead in general literature, had wit,
humor and tact. There will be more than
pusing sorrow in San Francisco at the news
of his death. His loss to the Hawaiian Hotel
will be fell. He leaves three children, a son
aged 19 and two daughters a few years
Some joker put a little turtle, about the
size ol a tiller dollar, in room 12 at the Ocean
Hotel, Durango, and the miner who wat as
signed that loom, upon retiring, caught sight
of it, whcreuioii he began to icsume his cloth
iug, with Ihe remark t " I espectcd lo hate a
lively night of it here, but if they're as big as
that, I don't propose to get In with 'cm."
There arc some persons who cannot take a
Joke of this kind, but every one can appreciate
the icalilies of life when in the shape of 41W
living 1 ucmuic, ti you arc accpinjg rtousc 11
will pay you to purchase a supply of groceries
and provisions of Messrs. H K. McTntire &
D10. .corner of Fort and King streets. Especi
ally one of those Wcstphalu nains Imported dir
ect from Germany bv steamer and rtil.notlorcel.
ting an assortment of their fresh canned goods
and fresh roatted and erotind coffees, as will
at leas and the thousand and one other article
lu IheuT line. Prime butter and cheese a
I atatilitiisvl in iRji by lite Ainennn Mis
1I011, Irantfctinl lo the Hawaiian -Internment
In lA to. It Is only within eight yean that
Ijtlnln.iliina Seminary lias made llie llnglltli
lingutgellie inrdlum nf Institution. Ilngllth
schools for Hawallant, giving Instruction In
the elrmentaiy luanthft, have ln-cil In op'ta
lion dining llie tme llmlled period nuly.
Whether llawallaut caitmil learn iimlr fmm
lest Imokt In lln-li own Itngutge, l mi longer
a debatable ipu-sllnn, Insliiicllon, must be
glvrli In r.ngllsh. Successful lenrhlng In
Ijihainatuna henilmiy must depend largely
iinni the character of the Inching In Ihe ele
mentary schools. 'Ihc graduating (last, who
had been foul years or nunc al Lahalnaluna,
showed n rnminendablr drgiee of priil'i-'lency
In speaking nml willing Kngllsh 1 but the
lowei classes genemlly In Ihe recent annul!
examination iiwkr l.'ngllth ipiltc Indistinctly
and even unintelligibly, A fall knowledge nf
llngllsh caniint yet be leipiltfd nt n condition
u( ndmlttlim In this highest of our govern
mental educational Itittltutlotit for llawalltni 1
but ihe Lali.tlnahmi letcheit ought not tn be
compelled much longer lo do the iliudgery ol
liiilnlng ll.11v.1lhn buys to the titlciance of our
uncouth I'ugllsh tongue.
IleglmilitK, on Tuesday of last week, July lit,
the nnnlveitary excicltet occupied, at usual,
thice day, Tnesdiy and Wednesday being
given to oral examinations In the seuilnaty
hall, nml Friday lo ilielutlc.il exercises In Ihe
Lahalnt church. There was not n tatge
ntlendance of visitors, even the feast provided
by llic Undents proving iinawllliiy tn alltact a
crowd tip; second day. The dining hall, and
stewards' room ndolnliig, looked rualtr ami
more orderly linn In foiincr years. The long
white npront of the students who walled on
tables, conttnsted prettily with the biindaiit
gieenery on the table nnd the Pompelan led of
the dado around the hall.
History I'eter Pnilcy's Uulveital History
t Ihe text book Physiology, the Hawaiian
Constitution, Llcinenlaiy Political Kconotny,
licomclry and Tilgonomeliy, have been Ihe
studies of llie senior class, Moral Science and
Natural Theology disappearing Ihlt year from
Ihc list. .Much of the hittory studied wat
written on the hhukhnnrd, showing very
plainly the advantages of this method nf reel
tatlon. The ipicslloiw In Trigonometry,
answered upon the board, showed the class lo
heller advantage than In lliclr attempts to
communicate abstract principles In the un
familiar medium of the l'ngllsh language.
The lower classes did ftlrly well In their re
citations in arithmetic, algebra and grammir,
but much more time spent lu school-room drill
Is needed to make the students as fluent and
proficient as they should be. The papers read
front the two upper classes, "Stella Aurea,"
"L'l'.tollc," brought out the usual amount of
moral ndvice, for which the llawuilans teem
to have a special aptitude. There was con-
spicoously wanting any particle of humor, and
It is n question whether wit Is not entirely lack
ing in their menial furnishing. Usually the
students have gisen lor the entertainment of
their visitors only choruses, or part songs, to
which they hate always given much attention
at Lahalnaluna ; but this year they sang also
several Hawaiian songs, In the present prevail
ing fashion of monotonous, unaccented, strains
of two or three chords, with the lum-tum ac
companiment of guitars, some of which they
had made themselves.
The rhetorical cicrciscs In the village church
brought out a large auiilenre. There were de
clamations from members of the middle and
junior daises, and original addresses from the
six graduates. Kanakanui Makekau, Keliioka.
moku, Kapali, Mehcula and Mololanl. Two
so uteii intend n.i.-t .,- , t,r others haveL
not yet decided what to do. It is a pity that
most young Hawaiian should have so little
comprehension of the truth, that hard work,
r.IiliCtt nHtlcl.n.u In l, ilt. r.r,tsni nf mnril
principle, arc the tinnd essentials of success in I
life. Official position and government pay are
the great objects of attraction, without much
thought of the requisite qualifications for
o'ficial duties. Competitive examinations for
civil service, and promotion 011 account of
proved ability, would be Ihe best stimulus for
the encouragement of a true ambition In the
e.ise-loving Hawaiian : but then government
officers could no longer be nwarded as a matter
Laluinaluna Seminary stands deservedly
high in the clTeclions of the Hawaiian people.
Tlie students are warmly attached to their
"Alma Mater," and their "lovely teachers"
as one of the papers called them. The prin
cipal, Mr. II. R. Hitchcock, and his assistants
Kev. F. K. lleckwith and Mr. Hardy, are both
capable men, highly educated, and engaged in
most Important work. It is painful to see
little evidence of any special interest taken by
the present board of education in this Impor
tant institution. No expenditure for repairs or
improvements for the buildings appears in the
Iliennial Report, as for the Reformatory
School at Palama. Even the rental of the
lands belonging to the school is not set apart
for its special needs, but utterly 4isappears In
the meagre and misleading financial statement,
which gives so little information as to the re
sources and expenditures of the government
for educational purposes. A beginning has
been made in establishing a carpenter's and
joiner's shop : but it owes what it has accom
plished to Mr. Hitchcock's ingenuity od dili
gence more than to uay provision made for it
from the funds of (he board. The table
bureaus, black-boards, school-desks and office
desks, made by the students last year, were
very creditable exhibitions of their skill and
taste. It Is a pity such an institution should
not show buildings In belter repair and gioundi
lit' better order. Intended for Hawaiian
students, and occupied by Hawailans only,
Lahalnaluna ought tube if) Its whole manage
ment and surroundings a high-water mark of
Hawaiian ability and progress, as well as a
fountain of good Influences to the Hawaiian
people in et cry department of social life and
business occupation. C. M. H.
Honolulu, uly j, 1885.
" Oh, don't propose to me now," shrieked a
lady as her lover dropped on his knees and
eiied her hand. " Don't pop the question
now," she screamed 1 " don't, don't don't. If
I My 'Ves' you'll want to kiss me, and I've
been eating onions." The lover thought
moment and deciding that "discrct'on was
the better part of valor" invited the young lady
lo take a walk to the art store of Messis. King
I If os. at No, 87 Hotel Street and inspect their
line of elegant pictures, chromos, engravings,
photographs, clc. This firm make a specially
of making tn order at short norice.pictureframe
ingreat variety of sly les.riidallnylet of cofulccsi
hating a fineassoriinenl of mouldings always
in stock and git Ing their personal attention to
making them in an artistic uian'i.'r. Pole cor
nices in ebony and polished black walnut with
fixtures all complete also patent curtain
fasteners, wall pockets, paper and letter racks,
hat and clothes tacks, picture cord, gold and
silver wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc., etc
Al.o a Urge variety of cabinet celebrities,
stereoscopic views, stereoscope, graphoscope,
The schr Haleakala which arrived boat
Pepeekeu Thursday evening, brought 1,19
bags oJ 6 kasjt astfir Irotm Mr AfaQf rutv
Hii.NiiUILli, July II, IS05.
I.lllle of commercial Inttiest has traniplled
Ihlt week lending In Ihe tenewal of butlnets
activity, a Killed lelheigle stale having evi
dently taken imtsesxlnn of Ihe town and propb-,
iHitwIlhtlandlnf! Hi' fact nf the Incrratr nf nur
domestic export eiceeillng the estimates
ami the maiknl improvement In the pi Ices of
out staple pnnliicti. The linn Win Is Com
pany teem tn !' the only exception, their
establishment giving evidence of pressing
oidcn lh.it will give constant employment tn
their full capacity for months tn come.
Auction millers U.r claimed the attention
of the Hade nml olhrit again Ihlt week, and
probably have done at well at the timet would
warrant, but not to well at to Justify dltposal
of mote than samples 01 clearance lull.
Shipping movements have averaged about
Ihe tame for the week, at our list will show,
The Mariposa nrilvrd on tihedule time, end
by her we have Sh Fianclsco ndvlcet to Ihe
evening of the 1st Instant. To mot row the
City of Sydney will be due with iltlet In thr
We mtke the following etlraclt from Wil
liams, lllmomt & Co.'t Circular per Mariposa,
of July lit.
StuiAR -The only change to note In our
local market It the advance of ,'Vc per tti. In
the prices of the California Sugar Uefiilery,
which change took place 011 the 10th tilt.
'Ihlt makes the prices of the two rrfWcrlet
the tame, except ful yellows, and mi this
grade the prices differ ,Vc per ft. In favor of
lie Cnllfoinla refinery.
The latest telegraphic advlcet In our last
lepoit'thowed a strung mtrket fnr laws, both
In Kurope and New Vork, Thlt condition ol
adalri continued up lo the loth trlto, tleett
dtancnl III London to 171. and Cuba centil
fngls In New Voik to 6jc. for 96 per cent,
The New Vork market ruled ttfnng. Re
finers stopped telling their raw material and
were large buyers at higher prices, while
holders were Inclined to ask further advances,
being encouraged by beet crop rcnri and the
higher markets of F.uropc, Cuba and all
sources of supply.
The condition of the markcfcciUlnly looked
more hopeful than for some time past,
Our latest New York advices of the 24th
uk,, state that the easier tendency of the 1-on-don
market and a falling off In the local
demand fot refined products hat caused con
sumers to withdraw from Ihe market for
taw material, and since the current
week opened, the business transacted hat
been of trifling imiorlance.
Supplies have been firmly held, and sellers
have shown no dlsiosltlon lo modify their
view's, but the absence of demand has Imparted
a tame feeling. In other words, the sharp
edge experienced latt week It off, and while
values are quotably unchanged, It wuuld be
difficult to obtain a rcpellon of bids then made.
Kcfinert are quite well supplied for their cur
rent requirements of the London market,
which Is the key to the future situation and
latest New Voik telegraphic advices of the
30th ulto. show no improvement.
We still quote the Manila basis at 5.60 for
91 per cent. No change having taken place.
KICK The whole shipment of 1,400 bags
per Mariposa was sold at 7c, 60 days, which
is the highest figure in years for this article.
This high priest uts induced jobbers to Import
rice from New Orleans.
The cost In New Orleans to-day is Sjic
which with freight added )(c. per ft.) makes
the cost laid down here 6Vc Some two car
loads are already here and five more In transit.
tf sufficient rice arrives per Alameda, there
will doubtless be a conflict bet weevil" 1-.
Flour G. G. extra Family $4.70, El
Bran Per ton f.o.b. $15.50.
Uarlrv No. I feed, per ctl. $1.15.
Ground Uakley Per ton f.o.b. $35.00.
Oa 13 Fair $1.20, medium $1.35, choice
feed $1.50 per ctl.
Hay Compressed wheat and oat, new
$14.00, old $14.50. Large bales, new $14.50.
LlMa P1.1 barrrel, $1.40 f.o.b.
Vessel Bapected tram forties Pert.
San Francisco, Amt s City or Sydney ,Gbest
Uutjulyil. rttckleia Co., Agents.
tlUMtioLPr Hay, Antltra Kva. Wcikman
Uu J un 34-a
Boston, Am bit AmyTi;nh , Newell
uue AugCwC 1. s; Drtwcr t-o. Agents.
Ltvtttrooi., Brit bk Jur-iTi ,
uue July t-l 1 Agtnts.
Glasgow, Brit bk Limib Uboali....,,
To sail June. r. A. bchuler It Co., Agents.
Naw Vork Am bk Martha OAVts. Bensoi.
Due Oct. rs3S. U Brewer at t-o., Agentt.
ItCMBuLur, Am schr Eva.
uue 1 ury a-5
San FRANcluo.schr Emma CLAUiiNA....,..,Matsou
Hue at llllo July 9.
San Francimo, A(Nna ,.. McCullocli
uue at rvanuiui uiy 11.
San FNANCisco,bk Fohs-si-Qubiin ...Neitson
uue juiy in.
UsrARTuriK Bay, bk FSThohhon.,,.,. ....Poller
Mtrckaat Vestals Nest la Pert,
Amis Maui-osa .....Itayward
llrlr. bklne Lebanon.,.., ..Nelson
trench bk Louis u -
lilt lui ia i7n.
jaFtanete s t YamasMIRO 1st aru.
Bgtnt W. 0. IRWIH
, . . .Turner
t KIT ALU.
Saturday, July 4
Stmr Lehua from Maui
Stmr Kittau from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr J I Dowselt from Molokal
Stmr Mokolli from Molokal
Stmr Jas Makee from Kapaa, Kauai
Mmr J k Bisnop irom rvauai
Schr Pohoiki from Puna
Schr Manuokawai from Koolau
I' M S S Australia from Colonies
Stmr Planter from Kauai
Schr Leahi from Kauai
Sch Walehu from Kauai
Schr Cateilna from Kalaelot,
Scb Sarah and ElUa from Koolau
Schr Ehukai from Waialua
Schr Mokuola from Ewa
Schr Josephine from Ewa
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Monpay, luly ri
Scn Waim.lu from KttlwilahiUhi
WgDNrUUUY, uly ft
Slmr.alariposa from San Francisco
Schr W.ilele from Maliko
Slmr W. G. Hall, from Maui, Kooa and Kau
.Schr trnoii liom Olowalu, Maul
Sch Luka from Hfmakua, Hawaii
Schr Catcrina frortt llanalel
Thursday, July 9
Stmr lames Makee f'om Waialua and Kauai
Sch Kauikeaouli from Kohala
Schr Haleakala from Pepeekco
Schr American Gift faom Walanae
rtgtne W (I Irwis) from San Francisco
Friday, July o-
Schr Mile Morris from Ewa
Sch Manuokawai from Koolau
Stmr Mokolii from Molokal
Bk Birmah foe rVtUnJ. Or
Sunday, July 5
P M S S Atvstralia for Stw frnmBt
Monday, July 6
Stmr lata I Dowselt foe UalssktJ
Star Jajtia Make foe Kauai MA.
Stmr Letsuat is Kakului eortsv
SttM atAVtU fM IraesU
TuwiAY, utv 7 -Sluir
kintu lor Maui and llawill
Sch I.UWI for Waialua,
Schf llilnlww for Koolau
Still riarah and Cilia for Koolau
Schr Kawatanl lor Kwilau
S'h Mile Morris for Kwa
Srh Walehu for Wilmca and llsntM
Sch l-enlil for llamlel
Schr Itnh Hoy, for Koolau,
WniNMiiAY, July H
Sclu Mtns for llllo
Schr Walmalu for l-aupahoehoe
Slinr Kllaucn Hon for Hamikua, Hawaii
Slmr (.. U, llislioii for Koolau
.Mini Planter for Kauai
llgliie John I) Spirckrli for Stn Frtnclt..o
'I HtUtllAV, uly 9
Kelt Caterlna for llanalel
Schr Wallcle for Mallku
Ilk Centaur for Hongkong
Srhr l.uka for llamtkua
Schr Fount for Koolau
Slmr W (1 Hall for Maul and llawill
Schr American filrl for Sn Fitircfiso
Saiukimy, tune 17
Sch Klaukeaoull fur Kohala
Ilk Julia Ford for San Francisco
Mini Vamashlro Mtru for Windward ports
Schr Poholkl for Puna
Flout Kahulul potti net stun l.eliua, Satur
lav. lulv 4 W N Fove. F M Hatch. C Klsl
In, ProKellogg, Mrt W Smith, listers of
charity, A 30 deck.
Frivfa llanalel and Walanae per ttmr C K
llishnp, Saturday July 4-S W Hums, V. S
Craddock.J Fuller, Judge J P Kama ft wf, M
Mapelorra ,V wf, v 15 deck,
From Windward ports per ttmr Klntu,
Saturday. Inly 4 Hon S Parker. W II Corn
wall, O TShlpman.Mrt M Kahal.J Tavernler,
Miss A I lode, W Klng.llishopUllii, W Shine,
Uev Matthews, Col J Austin, C lto, Kev I II
llanalke, J W Kalua. Miss M Dowsclt, Aletc
Dowselt, D MacKcnile, Mrt P N Makee, Miss
I. Itlcliards, Mrs M Aalau, A Wlggxns wf .V
ton, A P Peterson, Mis II Cornwall, Cho I.ock,
Cho Van, F S Dunn, S W Hardy, W L Hardy,
Mitt K Shaw, Uev C M Hyde Ic son, Mrt F
I', lleckwith .V 1 ch, W L Kahalalo Kahlkl wf
iSr 1 daughter! Si I04 deck.
From Kauai per ttmr Planter, Sunday, July
? Ahana, UN lloyle, CM Cooke, A Dreler,
Ion J Hardy, V Knudten, 1 Misses Knudsen,
I Kamalenuf, Mist II Kahllil h 40 deck.
For Kahulul per slmr Lehua.Momlay July 6
Mrs Chamlierlaln A ton, C M While, A
Hastings, F, Kinglet, M K Silva At wf, W
Mulch .V 36 deck.
For Mnlokal per ttmr tames lames I Dow-
sett, Monday July 6 Mlsi Judd, Mrt S K
haai, Hon Kahanu 35 decs,
From San Francisco per schr J C Ford,
Friday July 3 Dr Jas Todd.
For Kapaa per slmr James Makee, Monday
Joly 6 J A McCandlest, Mlsi C Akau, Mist
Knhailiopua K 30 deck.
From the Colonies per slmr Australia, Sun
day, July 5 Mrs Dean & 2 ch, Mr Mcrton, It
Cotes .1 wf, Uev M I Slock, Mr Koberls.
From Maui and way ports per stmrW. G.
Hall, Wednesday, uly 8 Mis J llrodie, F
Huchhottz, F llurgman. Miss M Stark, C II
Aliona, & Uev llishnp Willis .V wf.
From San Francisco per ttmr Mariposa,
Wednesday July 8-Kcv t Hemphill Ac wf, C
A Spreckcls wfclns: 2 maids, Mrs J M Griffith,
Miss Hoyt, Mrs J G Dickson, Miss Dickson,
Master Allen ludd. K D Cole. Mist K Coney.
Miss L Dore, Miss II F .Street, Miss K C
Smith, Mrs C. A Howard, W II C Greig, J R
Kynnersley, II A Parmalee, Sam Sing, (j S
Patten, Hon J II Putman, Miss Allene lvcrs,
Mrs Pratt, II II Gross & 19 In steerage
For San Francisco per slmr Australia, Sun
day, July 5 E It Hendry A 3 Chinese.
For San Francisco per hctne J I) Sprcckels,
tveii,..l.K jv 8 KJiJuldy, F V Maher &
CJ Camplwll, - "
For Ihe Volcano and way ports, per stmr
Kinau, Tuesday, July 7 Rev E C Octrcl
and wife, Miss May Atherton, Mist Lucy
Wetmore, Dr Jas Ilrodlc, ; F Glade, W A
Hell, G D Frceth, Mr Simmons, wife and
son, I Matfuire, wile and ;on, lion j W
Kalua and 70 deck.
From I long Kong per liktne Mount Leba
non, Ihursday July 2 iocs riuwre. tiles
tea, 130 pkgs fish,. 1,532 pkgt wine, 1,157 cs
groveiies, 3,561 cs mtke, 54 pigs flour, 163
rolls matting & 99 pkgs cane ware.
From Yokohama per stmr Yamashiro Maru.
Tuesday July 71,020 bags rice, 26 pkgs
cane ware, 466 cs mdsc, 65 cs tea, 54 pkgs
fish, 637 cs groceries &51 cs hdwre.
From San Francisco, per bktne Wm G
Irwin, Thursday, July 067 bbli and 21 bis
salmon, 20 bgs corn, 575 sks ttsur, 30 casks
beer, 5a bales bags, 150 bales hay, 930 sks
feed, SCO cs coal oil, 203 cs mdsc. 22,000
bricks anil I norse.
For San Fcaucisco per schr American Girl.
Friday, July 10 4.811; bazs sugar. Domestic
During last Monday an old German known
CO Hotel Street as the Doctor was brutally
kicked by a Portuguese who keeps a store
near the entrance to Fowler's Yard. The
Doctor is a harmleit old man who U partially
deranged and sometimes takes too much
liquor. Id the present instance, which Is the
second time he has been thus treated, the old
fellow was kicked from the lidewalk into the
middle of the tlreet, and badly bruised on the
hips and back. Such cowardly conduct should
Word wat received by the steamer Mariposa
last Wednescb- that Mrs. Lewis, wife of Mr.
Harry Lewi of the firm of Lewis and Co.,
was lying dangerously ill in San Francisco and
was not expected to live when the steamer
left there. Mrs. Lewis went to the coast a
short lime ago and eipected to return by the
neat steamer but was prevented by falling
health. Mrs. Lewis has a wide circle of warm
friends la Honolulu who express the deepest
sympathy for the unforttuu&e lady and hei
11 m 1
Letters from I'onapc came by the Mariposa
via Japan, dated February 9th. All of the
missionary families were wells (hough Mist
Fletcher's health was somewhat Impaired from
bronchial hemorrhages. News had Just
reached them of the election of Cleveland
No news had come from Kuk. The whaling
rleet was cruising among the Island and
blighting what little appearance there had
been of better things among Ihe natives,
wherever the ships touched.
The bk Mount Lebanon will sail for Hong,
kong early neat week,
AUSTIN-ln Honolulu. Jtilv s. ills. tsealaatU II
Auuln. end Atuciut Jttake st? tb. burnt Court.
ml a number of Hit Ualetiy't Wtt. ttWtil t4
aialt, utu j) nut.
TILDKN-lo Hvool.lt, Jssry 4, ill, Jcstttsk Tiki...
Manager 01 iu nawattatt seen
Ml, if est 47 ", I
Mfubs ttd 3 days.
rAUTII-AHHK.NS-U Usk city. July 11a. y I. A.
Crsuaa, tHo 4 fort jn Ckaatt, JJs d H.
wmmm oa tan st. a, juststsss
HOIKHTaON-EMalKS-la tklt ciiv. al Us rati.
tWsce est ilu bcttVt rtwtate, July eta. ry J.4. Cr
as, fatsar ef lHt trt Ckwsk. Jattta Wear
ketwiteiiti arf Maifaft Aaa ttitsti, ataa ti
nteUvMatsdsttrOUa ikUaft Mr taanwlll mjmi4
MAitmnBm ca, i
taetW Lm (fjsja fiu Kpsasat
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
Slmr. It', (1. Hall (Mnlutitni)
tUrtt ,,..., ...,,Conimandr
Will turt tiuUily 14 MssUra, Maul, tn.1 Koni and
Km, II.. .11
Hlmmrr I'lnnlrr (Nllnnr)
CMMnHit,H ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Cum mailr
!, tiny rits.Uy al f P. M for Na(lfill,
Ki.tus. MU 111,1 WafmM. Hrtmnlis. will lttf
NawllUlli tttrr Msliinlay tl I r h , arriving st lf(tj
ulu, ftrry Kunilsy tl 3 a. H,
Will rim itaultit lo llsmnt. Msul, tn-t guild,
tii'lt, Ifmivtaa tn,f Pit ihati, IftwilL
Strainer V. It. lllnhoi,
MacAULf v, (,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,C(imiiisn,tr
vrt trtv Aluiiliv tl I
, N, tur Walan,
Otlul, til Ifintt.lan,! Klltut,
f.ftl lltntlti t.iy lntfcUytl
I t t, M , aiMl luuililnf
1 wiiAiut arm wtitiitt wtiinti
las., tsrs.1 iirlrlrif si
llwti!ultl ttmt Jty tl 4 r,
Steamer J amen Makee,
Wait,, ,, ,,,,,,,,C('ininr"atr
Will run rrtulsrly tu Ktt, Kauai.
ttn Haul Im 1h Vmlrmtio,
'lliruueli 'Ileitis lu llit Volcano and return, ctn nisv
I K1 11 lh oflift of ll, llilrr iiltml Klram Nttlct.
U It,! 11 lh ollict of lli liit.r Islimt Kl.im Nivlft
Ili.li Co, 'luulltlt mift olh.lt l.ltliis tloiinfulil tr
.Sl.im.r "W. tl. Hill" willlx Li,.f..lil I'uniUu,
wtioit 11 rirvt-dttit) Itulil nuw (fjtt)f tl fur .hi com'
m H.Atlriti tJt lrtvttri t ltific lit Hnilrot.il la rhsli.
lforu ml (Julile will tut In iln(nf Id cnnv
it. 'in lo t)i Vfilcn.
Ily tlU rout, it rmiiiil trlii cin I mmU tn 7 tliyi.
ng 1 Iy unit t night nt lit Vfiltfv,
nriri iur in roiinu irif1
(ltiiit'ti, lloartl nl tAMlgng, yni
iirkfit) rur in rouni trip, intuniM i.gnr)inefia
Ym .tiitlifr parilcufasrt irt'iuirt 11 1!. f(TKt of Inltr
Ulamt SlfArn KtYl(Mtll Co
T, K. JOSrKR,
JLDERS STEAMSHIP CO
HOUTB AND TIME TABLB
THK Ktft.l V
Ivtt, per folio tfi( syhctjule t 'loucttlnK m
I,l)alrut Miftlae. Mikcns tMihulcofia, Katii,
I aupholo. I (Uo ((! Kfftuhoti,
uciwUy, July 7,
llllo rxl wiv Portt.
etVoIcjinfj anJ way I'tittt,
., JI1I0 anl way IV-tH.
.jVvtcarto and way I'oft
ateeiinioartil way I 'art.
t.VoUatM) and way I'urtl.
llllo anl way I'ltrt
eeVblrannaml way t'orti
llllo and way I'ort
r.V'olcMi'jand way I'urii.
..t illilu and way I'url
i.tVolcanoaitd way I'ort
iIILloaitd way Port
iurvlit, Auuutt 4 ,
'luelay, Aiikis4 it,
'luct.Uy. Au(K i8,i
'lueulAy, Aiiuf 13,,
lueiwli), Stittmbrr 1,
'lucuUy, ScbtcmUr B,
Tuctday. SiifinUr ijt.
'lucvlay, Sfptfinlr it,,
'luetvla, SptemUf 79,
0 a vim, . ... .tCrMMANt)aa
Leavt Monsiv ! 4 r. M fur "Kaunakakal, Kahu
lul. If ulo, liana and Klpahutu ; and for Kcattac Mt
kittau and Nuu vry ohr wrk. Krtuniiuj will tb
at tti ilto port, arriving Luk Saturday momitigt.
Kof mail and paeniicrt only.
WkIIBARTH., ..M ' CoMMAHIiaK
,avtt rcxulaj for I'aauhakt, KciKoUlcle, OuVa'a.
KsikaUufHu(iufiItiat Iuaisvchst Hakalau and Ouo
- -. -XH&MOKOLIMj
McOaaCOt. ...,.... , (MMAhlik.
Iavca each Monday ai 5 r. h. for Kaunakakai, Ka
malo, lukuo, Lahalna, Moanul, Halawa, Waitau, !'l
unu and Kalaupafta. Kctuniin( leave Fukoo Frldi)
Fiauhur llonotuliii arriving Saturday utorntng.
S. O. WILDhR, Pre. S. U. KOiK, Stc'y.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
VmumUny amt Commission A(ftt
Ctnur QUKK.V V XUUAXU St,t,, tUnttulH
KKular vtateU fur thepurt at
MaJiko on Maui,
Iupahochoc, Honornu. Taukaa and Htloon
IColoa, Hanapcpe and Waimtann Kauai, and
Waialua on Oahu,
And anvothtr port when nducementtorTer.
Person having freight for any part of the Mand to
b forwarded from San Kranciwo by way of Honolulu,
or direct shipment from Honolulu will ia welt to en
qu'trc first of the Pacific Navigation Co., before nuking
Good Intended for ihipmcnt by aay of our vtb
'eceived and stored free of charge t.i our fire prool
building at any time. Apply to the captains on hoard,
a(ana(cr Paafic Navigation Co.
titer's Steamship Company,
Niw Route to the Volcano f
'lite Stcatnear KINAU, King (Wraauder, will
leave Honolulu on luctday. June 13rd, for Kcauhou,
the New Volcano Landing, and theicaitci upon ih
first 'lutiday after the arrival of the AUmeda and.
Martpoaa, dut her the ath and und of c;h mouth.
We offer pawnger THRiii;irt tikkta for the sum o
rirtv dollars all char. ;rs fAiu; alloingpain
ln twenty-four hours' time at the Volcano House, anc
returning to Honolulu vn Sunday morning.
Only ro-mTUN milmi proh thk STKAMta tothi
Volcano, over a good road Us than half the dittanc
,4 any other route.
On all trips except Volcano tripa, the KINAU wd
run bar rcgul
;ular time table, going to II1I0 and tciurctnf
1 at 10 A u. Saturday. Oil okaoo trip
jasaenaer from Lsuoathaehoa buU take that ilcuti
mupinp. raungni can remain on Doani orsto)
ivr at Hilo until v riday al g a- u,, at they chi.
All further partlcuUrt given at the otfic of
WILDIRS STBAMSHIP COMPANY.
Houolulu. fun 11 iIJj. tytxt
Tha eoa American hark
CAPTAIN A. W. NKWKI.L.
Due at this pwrt on the it 0 July Mat will hat
a laisaedtate dttsoatch fur Ilwiguox liu-vci.
For Freight or PaMagt a.opJf la
C IREWHR a CO.,
G mult, t mil. QtMta Jiumi
roR San ruNcitca
C. BBMWKB 4 VltMUKt, JlfmU.
Msac4sM ranlMtt Siiwmf In; aaj liUfsl usJ.
tiitsoi tsad. s iian.ii eti satt sits.
r. at . e tttti
C. BREWER & CO.,
C)fTT for ufa 14 aitlvf f
HA UK AMY TUltNKK,
JTJLV 1, 1885,
KranVlln ftio Ct In Cat-,
) U,U Crmlie-I fttiftr,
ta4t Irtitt'i AUU,
C'at lit Handl,
IH.lt, N I Koin. v
l'wi VVhIWt !,
Lt.l. WilnilHtinn Tar,
I ft I Navy Oftifim,
Ca r I ard Oil,
(Irinditbf.-, Iron Sf
llllt C'rntnl, lf tad f In. ()t tl-isss,
Cut Al. and lick IllmlUi,
Ilr.ll l.l I'llm. l-otli, .
MASH. A (JOUDAOH,
Fil Cm J c(
0V I irnUf,
Wl.il WarJ (.urnUf,
(.aurn WMi Vh t.umUr,
Ca 'I Innd 1 wnl)t
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
KtlchutiaidJ Cddtith fUth, f
tk,att? I).,,,, V.rMJWIlra
I" Mi Lu(Jr and (Hi fit in.
Ca Sauwtf Meat,
(,"aM llutlilo' (omaln S-wp,
tatf HiKklii't MixkTuril fiotii.
Caw IttKiin' Ut'lall muii,
llurkft. Mm Wah tnl,
Ca Llialr, CoMon WaM,
Catf llo Ml-1 (SlalMntt.
KY Vfllow M. hhatMn Nail.
KIN. 'I win, HafulJufk,
I ltd t'tvltwiri, Mnirvfi Oil,
(JatwH llvown Soap,
HUli, Minr1 IMrtt,
1M C'4M, Atvtrltd.
Kiinlfm Tfiji Carriaj,
Cae Ciirld Hair,
Drum cf CauMlc Suda.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Lirory, Boarding, and Sale Stabln.
Carriag fur hire at all hours of the day or night!
also. tonvr)anrrf of all kind for parties g'ang around
Excellent Saddle Hones for Ladies and Gaw
tUrnen Guaranteed Gentle.
!.argeand sisall omnibu fur ricniV a and eacuriion
fiariie. carrying from 10 to 40 paittCTijjer, can a) way a
setu ed by sjieclat arranseni'nts.
The Long Branch Bathing- Home can alaya
be tecured for picnic or eicursion j arties by applying
a I tt e otTice.
TrxmiONP No. 34.
341(4 JAS. DODO, Proprietor.
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER Ja
To tlio Xront.
A GREAT BOON '10 HONOLULU PUBLIC.
Ilk-KF, VKAL, itiunos,
IMII, IWK AND FISH
Kept for four Jat'j after Uin killcj, by BeU-Cf
mn faltil Dr)' Air Kefnaeratoe, Guvaaseed ta
keep longer after delivery lliat fresh killed nsaats, Ta
beiad .1 .ny ut MR. U'AI,I.KK" .MAKKHTS ud
On Kiat; Str.et
Or MKAT K)k SAI.K AM. IIAV, ia
gf Thauklnjc the public for past favors, I tolicU
continuance oftb. tame. it. J, WA1.LKK.
Has just received (er Mariposa.
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Call Cheeu. Kits Salmon Ilelliei, Catc Codttl
Kegs Family Heef, Saloon Hlot Hread,
Crackers, '1 able Kattins. Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricot, Prunes, Gcrmca
Oullfbrulu Oonat UoHoy.
Table Iruits, lama and JtJ'iet. Tannly Flour,,
Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onion, Candle,
Old VirsrUU Sweat raad Botur TUHm,
And many other articles loo numerous to ct!oev
whltli U1 bckold at prkeetoauit thetimes. tJ$ Mxt
faction guaranteed. CHAS. HU&TACC,
Telephone lto. (3-aj o. in King Serve
CITY SHOELXG SHOP,
(OFfOSIlt: UOUD'S STAULES.)
Horse SHotiAtS in allits Irawlits
Done tn the moa workiaanliae nianrrtr,
lLw: a Trotting taoss a'srasdalty.
Our Rates will be rcaaonable.
The undersigned, haviig taought out the titierttt at
dr. Janus Do:,) inthealiove shop, solicit aconiimi
trice of the liberal pauit g bcuowtd on the lata htm
Mr. J. W. McDonald recalv4 t&w himkaH
Vward u4 Oipiooaa. foe hU HaiseVauala sCm
it tin Hawaiian BaiUbttiM far Um ftgttLT
$4T Hotms taken to ibt thop aisd returneJ al sjwi
otic hcu desiied.
.Vss lit antl Utl fmri Miri.ty.fj.
(orrutira tjouu't tTaatatt.)
w. in. rasa.
IkT Curia!, e U desa-lptlsiw uJa l wsste
rmmi fsvursbl. lertas. j
Tb. tloutt lienllon (Ireo lo repsile lAtA ktatVk
All trtek lutwlied u l t stlieSaclloi. I
-T-Wm UBHUINB AJITICL'
COLUMBIA BIVIK tAUtON
JM itoalvtsl bum IWaasL Otttftat, s
CASTLE 4 COOtM
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