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went '. wihcf1pthm rwy bf mtdi by bank HIT.
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Censm Putnam received n comniLV-
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fTis; iiineiiii (uitimoinc jliSfraiiK lu
Sneak thieve lure been disturbing the
neighborhnol of Nuuana and School ulrett
during the past week.
The new liirc kiln of the Hawaiian Stent
Company Marled In fint (ire lat Wcilnewhy,
and will jircbibly take out ii firt lot of joo
barrels on Monday.
A well conilcnctl abstract of all the impor
tant late new may be found on the 41I1 pige.
On thf lit page I a review of the late maga
rine for Rale nt Oat's,
A meeting uf the" Hawaiian Mlmion Child
ren's Society will be held thii evening at the
residence of Judge 'McCully, un ih: cast
extension of King it reel.
The familiar fte olAIr. and Mr. H. P.
Adamt greeted many appreciative Iriend as
the Alameda drew near the wlwrf jeslerday.
We welcome lliem In the name of all Honolulu.
Rev. Dr. Hemphill wi!l preach to-morrow
evening at a union service to bo held in Ka
walahaij Church. U.uli the lort-lrc-.-t and
llelhel-Union Churchei will be closed in the
A friend wrlics from Trico that he met
Consul (Jencral McKinley on Kearny street
the other day a large as life and twice ns
natural. Hut llic gallant consul wa not in his
Through the sterling cnterpriic ol )elios?e
Sir Clans, owner in ch'ef of these Hawaiian
Islands, the newly-made Cnmul-gcncialote of
the Hawaiian Kingdom hat been annexed to
the San I'ranciicn office oftheOccanicS.S. Co.
A snuad of prioncr by no means an
awkward squad, either has been at work for
some da) s past cleaning olT the sidewalks and
clenring out the gutters along the line of King
street, "flic needed work has been neaily done
I.ast week we noticed some pictures anent
Queen Umnu's funeral in the London News,
noting that Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Slrong had
done them. We neglected to state that the large
half-page picture was done by Mr. Tavcrnier.
Mr. W. II. Graham, clerk of iie Hawaiian
Hotel, has been promoted to the managership
of the, hotel since the death of Mr. Joseph
Tilden. Mr. Graham is well qualified for the
position airi villi doubtfaismake Tupa;-
William, by grace of GolEnipcror ol Ger.
many, King of Prussia, ctc.,J ha written a
letter of condolence, on the death of Queen
Emma, to Kahkaua,by the grace of the legisla
ture king of Hawaii. Queen Victoria has sent
a similar letter.
A teacher in oir?Of our schools, after narra
ting ihc instinctive classic story of the Hare
and the Tortoise, asked one of the brightest of
her Hawaiian pupils what was meant by the
tortoise being beaten. "To w hip him," was the
The new bastile on Mcr Jiant street is not
yet completed ! but is sufficiently well along to
make a public test of lbs cell the correct
official caper. It would be a pleasant thing to
lock up the architect and the minister of the
interior for six hours in one ol the makai cells.
Mr. E. II. Thonns, the contraclcr", is erect
ing a substantial two story brick building, os
King street, opposite the Station House, for a
company of Chinese, The ground floor of the
building will be ued for mres( the upper por
tion will be used as a club room by Chinese
A bias i2-Mund gun on the steamship
Australia burst while the ship was firing u sal
ute, going into hjnn Francisco harbor, No
one was hurt, but some of the flying fragments
came near the persons who w ere on the ship'-
deck, damaged ship's boat and went through
Into the smoking-room.
At the second annual inspection of the
Mariposa, In San F'ranclw recently, showed
that sessct to be in prime condition. The
Alameda is in like case. These magnificent
vessels mark the high tide of American hip
building, ol hiUi wc hope poor Roach's.
Dolphin doe not mark the ebb.
The Hand g.no a complementary concert
Wednesday esenlng at ihe HawaUan Hotel in
honor of Judije, P. J . Tuohey of San Francisco,
yl o'y pre'slilcd at Ihe Do Young-Spreck.
(Is trial and who airivcd heic on the Alameda.
King Kalakaua and Colonel Judd were among
those who welcomed the distinguished Judge
of a notoiiwus liial.
The government veterinary surgeon, Dr. J.
Uuidie, returned this week aftet Inspecting
the island of Hawaii, In Ililo district Dr.
Urodle lound llure diseased animals which
he ordered o b shot anj b irled. In llama
kua UUtriit one suspicions case was found. It
I understand (hat the got crnment will appoint
a board of inspector for Ililo district. Dr.
llrodielutatrevly submittal names to Minister
Gulick Irom which a selection will pioiubta be
Mr. Gibson entertained at his icsidence,
Thmsday csening, such members of the
diplomatic and consular corrx as hid no cood
reason fot being absent, suth ciilrcns as con.
done the publio and private catcsr uf Ihe
notorious host and ininy strangers who are
either IndilTsrcnt to or Ignorant of that career.
The alTiiir a handsomely gotten un -ad was
in compliment 10 the Japanese Coanmssim
no sidling us, to the Japanese Consul and to
Hawaiian Consul (rwin,
An inprotnptu hop was given by Kin Kala
kaus at the Hawaiian Hotel last Tuesday
evening, t Mrs. C, A. Sprvckels, MUs Dore
and Miss vers. The Hotel and grounds v.ci
beautifully illuminated v,lU Chinese lanterns.
A giy,,tuity were piesentv "The Koyal
lUwai'uit Uaiid struck the notes of Tcrpichor
auad afte the up:r wis served the festive
csHstmouics to the Gieek gutldeU were le-
auiuot with a t foreign peilup. to tropic
iU" as the Uaicttsr might uy.
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The following brief trat comrrrliernive re
rlwofrent school work in Honolulu and
elsewhere on the Ittamli ought to be rJ
with interest. The work of the public is in J
evMenct that the blight of Gibwnism has not
seriously fallen upon the educational bnlwnrk
of populir rlghu. The engrossment .of
the arch emliodfment of low cunning in
other public nlTalr has compelled him
to leafe educational miller for the most
pnrt alone, and the tMult of his non-in-tetferinee
I most gratifying. Tlie teacher of
the English schimls for I lawallan have on
their hsuH a work by no mean easy. They
have to struggle agint a perennial disadvan
tage perhaps gtcUc-i in the pninary rooms
lmt continuous throughout the school course.
Ctosins? exercise at these schools are attended
by many humorous and many trying circum
tanee. Itoys and lrls who go to school bare
footed daring mot of the year, attend hod
and bnolett on the day of doting. The result
Ischtler, clatter, clatter to which i added the
hum, hum, hum of admiring s minis, the
chatter, chatler, clisttcr of excited pupils, and
the laither, JjjJJpr; bother of busy reporter.
In lJJisiyrfcliool, a two-story building", the
llleui-ileadened floorings of the upper rooms
resounded witlnhe tread of juvenile feet. Hul,
nntlinithsl.tnding minor drawbacks, the Lng-lish-school
work of these islands seem to be
progressive and deserves Ihe cordial co-operation
and active sympathy of all who hope
good things for Hawaii.
The written examinations of the Fort-Street
School commenced a week ago lust Monday
and were continued daity throughout the differ
ent department until last Tuesday evening.
Oral examinations in the rhecorical branches,
reading, sp;ing, etc., occupied the remainder
of the present week until Friday morning, when
the closing literary exercises, consisting of
rechutlons, dialogues, compositions, music,
etc., look plac;, lasting from 9 o'clock until
noon. I'rol. M. M. ScoK, piincipal ol the school,
is ably assisted by the following corps of
teachers : Mrs. M. E. Hendry, Ml? Minnie
Kinney, Miss Mary Winter, Mr. iccdliam,
Miss Kate Mossnian (primary), Prof. Henry
Hcrger (music), and.Mrs.JosephD.Strongfdraw-
ing). The total number of pupils enrolled during
Ihe jcar has been 195. Tho average attend
ance for the same period has been 170. The
written eliminations held during lite past two
weeks have included history, physics, physi
cal geography, composition, arithmetic, dicta
tion, algebra and drawing. These cxamina
lions represent in character the daily work of
the school and cover the ground gone over
during the ybar. One of the leading features
of the leaching at Fort-Street School is
noticeable in the examination paper?, vis :
the accuracy and neatness with which
the pupils express acquired knowlcd:in writ
ten composition. Out of the many examina
tion papers shown by Profe.or Scott were
none which would not pass an editor's hards
with little If any correction. The papers are
all well written, correctly spelled, and properly
paragraphed, and their good English is suiri
cient es idence in favor of the S) stem used ,svhich
exhibit such creditable ' proficiency in the
pupils. The school is so graded and arranged
that systematic accuracy it carried from the
lower to the higher departments, until the
mechanical character of the ssrk becomes an
easy and almost natural attribute in aiding the
acquirement of knowledge. Some of tho most
attractive work of the pupils will be found in
the exhibition of sketches by thedraiving class.
ThVse"Ketthcs are gcntrralljlennfincd to figure
drawing. Among the many more or less
meritorious sketches in this department were :
Several by Ormand Wall, aged seven years;
an original sketch of two heads and one of
John the Ilaptist by George Huddy; sketch
of a bull by Willie Hums: head of Diana by
Agnes Walker; and a Dinte by George Jackson.
The literary excaiscs commenced yesterday
morning nt 10 o'clock and lasted until noon.
The large school-room was packed with the
friends and patrons of the school. The room
was decorated with ferns and palm arranged
ArlUlically on the walls and over the windows
and doors. The black-boards were hung with
the drass tugs of the pupils. Over the platform
was a portrait of .King Kalakaua. drawn by
one uf the pupils, which was placed within a
wieath of ferns. The exercises consisted ol
recitations, compositions, dialogues ami vocal
music under the direction of Professor Herger.
Shortly after eleven o'clock King Kalakaua,
accompanied by Major Purvis, entered the
room, when the entire school aiose and sang
the national anthem. At the close of the liter
ary exercises Principal Scott called upon
Minister Gibson who made some remarks. The
prizes awarded the pupils were then distributed
by King Kalakaua, u they were called off by
Princial Scott and Inspector Baldwin. Princi
pal Scott then highly complimented the assist
ant teachers on their faithful work and upon
the decorations for the occasion largely due
to the good tastu nnd hard ssork of Miss Kin
ueyand the school was dismissed after sing
ing Hawaii Ponoi.
THE ROYAI. SCHOOL.
Tie representative of this paper was unfor
tunate in not visiting this school before last
Thursday, as it was quite impossible to do
justice to the work shown in the variouc rooms.
The school has 1 1 rooms, divided into a pri
mary and a grammar-school department, the
former basing rj, Ihe latler 5 rooms. Rev,
Awiander Mackintosh is principal of tha
school, Miss Lula L- Moore vice principal of
the grammar-school department and Miss
Louisa lirickwood principal of the primary,
llrglnning in the natural order with the little
ones, Mis Cotia Mist teaches loom No. i ;
.diss Mary Uabcock, No, a; Miss Anna Prej-
cott, No. Jj Mis Pally Rhodes, No. 4; Mr,
John Drown, No. 5 1 Miss lirickwood, No. 61
Miss Nellie Andrews, No. 71 Miss Julia Tan
ner, No. 8 Mi.s Kae Lewis, No. 9 Mis
Moore, No. 10 j Mr. Mackintosh, No. 11,
The studies of the first 6 room are Ihe same.
The pupils read, write, spell and learn some
arithmetic. The tots In Miss Mist's room be
gin at Ihe very beginning and are taken during
the year through simple addition, through the
multiplication table and into the labyilnth
which forms the outer garden ol subtraction.
When pupils le-ne MUs Urick wood's room they
are able to do examples in long ditisiun under,
standingly. Detailed criticim of Ihe methods
of the various teachers cannot be made, as the
sviiltr xsmiinM uch .1 short Unit In aay of
the rooms. This general admission is gladly
miler?; however; in all the rooms visited,
ttKhers and pupils alike seemed Interested1 in
their work) and thetv seemed lobe that sympa
thetic understanding between pupils and
teachers which is a first requisite of successful
teaching and profitable sludy. The attendance
of the schooliaking the last monthly average
as the basis has been nearly 300. The number
in each room, and the highest pupil in each
room, are u follows r Miss Mist's, , Solo
moo KauoiioU and HilahiU Iliiaiu Miss
Uibcock's, 26, Ion and Kahuilekoa ; Miss
I'rescott'My.lioioklkiKatuikat Miss Rhodes',
o, Kololiir Mrs, Brown's, 39, Kauaho Mis
HrwkwooJ'a, -U. Katei No, ar Miss Andrews'
aj, Pu DiuJcli Mi Taaatt's, 19, Lufeiwt
Mmlwu, aj.Ape Panunit Mm .tiKfe',i,
for uninteruptnl altemlance nd highest urith
mttic, Pol.ilu, fur reading KaltVotna No. I.li.r
jenTil oliolrshlp, Milslrj Mr Msctiintosli'i
J9, Jame K-olanl I-mm. Mrs. J. I). Strong
tMctifstlrawing am! Prof. i terns- Merger ImcIim
singing. The work clone by the pnilj in map
msfctm; mil figure drawing is creditable. Stmie
of ihr map, to the writer' eye at lesst, wouM
not discredit practiced draughtsmen. Some of
the heads Queen Lmma's and King Kala-
kau's for instance were K0"1' 'n likeness and
good in detail. Mr. Defger has wisely spent
most of his time in teaching the pupils to sing
Hawaiian song. Wisely because inoUoftm
pupils are Hawaiian. The children, young
and old, sing as If they liked it; and keep good
time. Mr. Mackintosh, in his own room, has
supplemented Mr. Ilerger' work by drill nn
Encll-.h hyrrns and song. Space to write
about the closing exercises of last Thursday is
not at our command. They wera very inter
esting and well attended. Chief justice Judd,
the Govrnes of Hawaii, and msny other visi
tors, foreign and native, were present. King
Kalakaua distributed the prlie given.
The closing exercise H this school took
plice during Tuesday and Wednesday last.
Miss S. 1". Corney, the principal, i assisted
by Miss U P. Luce and Mrs. M. A. Wood.
The schoooi is divided into si grades and has
had In attendance during the year over loo
native girls. The aversge attendance
during the hear has been over 90
per cent. The exercise last Tuesday
conslsled of singing calisthenics, recitations,
music and dialogues. The examinations of
Wednesday Included reading, arithmetic, Ha
waiian and general geography, dictation,
natural philosophy, grammar, liotany and
Kngllsh lessons for Hawaiian. The following
prlrcs were awarded t Drawing, first prire,
Tnbllha Kekumn ; 2nd prize, Uosina Karatti j
deportment, 1st prize, Louise Aukai ; 2nd
prize, Tftbitha Kckiimu ; recitation, 1st prize,
Delia Holster ; 2nd prize, Abigail j 3rd prize,
l'inihaka Kalana ; ;th prize, Maria Lii ; 6th
prize, Sarah Knluni ; 71I1 prize, Amelia Nae
haclua ; Sth prize, 1-ahapa Hookuno. The
school room was neatly decorated. Over the
platform was the sentence "Aloha na malctu."
The calislhcnlc exercises make one of the
features of the school and the pupil arc put
through a drill daily. The teachers speak en
couraglngly of the jcars work which has been
carried on under disabilities of (language,
manyof the girls hardly speaking English at all.
ST. LOUIS COl.LKCr..
The examinations at this school com
menced on last Monday and continued until
yesterday morning. Tirw.e examination em
braced spclling.'graninnr, composition, reading,
book-keeping, penmanship, geography, physi
ology, mlthcmatics, profane and sacred his
tory, music and drawing. The teacher of the
school are as follows : llrother Frank, pre
fect ; brother" Ilertrain, director ; llrother
Bernard, Joseph, Edward, John, Henry and
Louis, assi.lani. The number of pupils in at
tendance during the year has becu 360, with an
average attendance of 350. Of this number
there are G2 boarders. The examination
throughout have appeared to be satisfactory anil
thorough. The following is a list ol the prizes
awarded for scholarship. The prizes consisted
ol standard books and engravings ; Primary
department, 1st grade 1st prize, Arthur
Waller, 2nd prize, Manuel Drandrade ; 2nd
grade 1st prize, Item!, 2nd prize, John
Socza ; 3rd grade tsl prize, Charlie Murray,
2nd prize, Kaualiipu ; intermediate depart
ment, 1st prize, Das Id Kcola, 2nd prize, Leia
loha ; arithmetic, 1st prize, Eleakahs, 2nd
prize, August Viera ; grammar class, tsl prize,
V Spcicer, 2nd prize, Jnnici, Holt ; arithme.
tic, 1st prize, Harry McChesncy, 2nd
prize, Levi Mahiai ; grammar, 1st prize,
V, Spencer, 2nd prize, Mathias Hose ;
highest class, tst .prize, John Aiu,
2nd prize, James Thomson ; mathemat
ics, including algebra, 1st prize. John Aiu,
2nd prize, Arthur Fitzsimtnons ; composition,
1st prize, lames Lloyd, 2d prize, Arthur
Fitzsimmons ; book keeping, 1st prize1
Arthur Fitzsimmons, 2nd prize, E. Craw
ford ; boarders, 1st prize, John Aiu, 2nd
piize, James Thompson ; music, rst prize,
Jamc Lloyd, 2nd prize, Henry Bertelmann ;
drawing, 1st prize, James Timothy, 2nd prize,
Ah Pay. The drawings which wire on exhi
bition in the hall were all of them good and
were all nicely framed. The commencement
exercises took place yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock. The gymnastic exercises and military
drill, which proceeded the hlerary entertain
ment, ssere generally well executed and speak
highly for the physical training which has made
a feature in St. Louis Collrgc. At 4 o'clock
yesterday the large hall was filled with Ihe
pupils and friends of the school. The back
end of the hall was opened for standing room,
and the pupils occupied raised seats on botli
sides of the room. The exercises consisted of
vocal and instrumental music, an address by
Eli Ciawfbrd ; calisthenics by the juniors ;
Popgun's Trial, by Jury ; Josh's Photograph, in
thrrc scenes ; a dialogue, entitled the Political
Contest ; and the distribution of prizes. The
instrumental music was all furnished by the
college oichcstra and by the junior orchestra,
ha sounger musicians doing well.
The closing exercises of this school were
omitted on account of the death of young Koo
tang Kim, one of the pupils, whose funeral
took place last Monday. The examination
papers in all branches of study showed credita
ble work. Map-drawing is given esircial at
lentiou in this school. Mr, C. Henry White
has ably sustained Ihe reputation of the school
for excellent and thorough work, and although
hc school has been reduced in numbers during
the, term the icsults reached have been most
satisfactory to both teachers and palrons.
I'lizes were awarded lor good conduct, malhe
luetics, ficc-hand drawing, map drawing and
HIE WAII.UKU UNION SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of this school took
place 011 the 15th of July. Some 40 or 50 of
Ihe cliildicn from the Waihee School were in
attendance. The examinations embraced the
Usual grammar-school course, including
algebra. Mr. John A. Moore has conducted
the school most successfully for (he past two
scar, lie lias D-en assUtcd by Miss Louise
Mooie and the Misses Daniels. The musical
department of the school has been in charge of
Miss Louisa Moore. The patron uf the school
express themselves as well pleased with the
THE WAIHEE SCHOOL,
The esarainalions and exhibition ( f
Waihee School, Maul, were held on ihe 14th
uf July. The school is under the management
of Mr. Ucorge A. Jackson, assisted by Mrs,
Jackson and Miss A. L. Armstrong. The
examinations were held in the morning. 1 he
highest arithmetic class was examined by-
Inspector Baldwin. The examinations in lead
ing were made a feature of the exercises. Tne
literary exercises in the afternoon were well
ttended and greatly enjoved by all present.
Many graduates aaj fiicndi uf the shove
hutitutuju, as well as many friends of Mrs. C.
T, UtUs, tili be interested in the loUowug
lUtn from the Mn Fram isco Builr-un "t
h Uctn alr-aily announccil in tlir-ie column,
Mill Seminary, al the Inarming of the next
school year, will inaugurate a eoUcge curri
culum, as completr a any putsaed in the cc'
leges for Ji-ung women In the East. T-i this
end Homer II. Spragnr, ph. D, one of the
most distinguished female cductnrs in this
country, has been callcsl lo the presidency of
Mill College, and ha accepted the anie. Dr.
Scrapie, a graduate of Yale, wu for many year
a profewor at Cornell University, from whence
he wa called to take charge of the Girls High
School of Huston, sshleh, under his charge, h
taken rank among Ihe highest in ltd country.
He is an author of several educational work
and a noted lecturer on educational and liter
ary Ihcmcs, and there is every reason to be
lieve he prmcxtesi in a high degree all the
qualifications requisite to adorn the Important
position he is choser.t to fill. lie will enter
upon hi duties at an early day. Mrs. C, T.
Mills, the founder of Ihe school, wilt continue
lo hold her prcsrnt Ktsitlm as vice-principal,
exercising the same careful and painstaking
Mipervilon over Ihe details of Ihe institution a
heretofore. With a superior corps of teachers
in the different departments, under Ihe presl
dency of Doctor -Spraguc, Mill College will lie
sure to take rank among the best in the land.'
SUMMER STUDY, '
Those of our ) oung folks who nre summei
Ing in California will do well to inquire into
the study methods of that long-established
institution Liutcl Hail, San Mateo, nhicli
olfer a delightful plan for spending the vaca
tion months profitably.
The Japanese arc picturesque people. Since
the removal last Saturday of 9S3 of them from
the qu.nantlne lo the Immigration depot they
may be seen at all hours of the day In pic
lurcsque groups or in loitering strings along
the streets. Some appear in full Japanese
di" and some come forth in costumes sug
gestive of the garden of Eden. Some look al
ever) thing with open-eyed wonder, sajing
nothing, while some talk nhout everything ami
see nothing, walking Inlo an open hatchway or
over a sleeping dog with equal indifference.
Some arc modest, and will even blush al an in
vitation tp buy something at two price. Some
are lc shame-faced and will lake .instiling
)ou oflcr them and walk ofTwilh it. If you
raise jour hat to a Japanese belle she will im
mediately offer lo take it as a present. A few
wear English shocn. Some wear sandals, lied
on with pra rupe nnd some walk around on
little mortar boards, whose Instability would
make Chrislindoni profane in an hour. The
Jap, however, manages them with the grace of
adudc. In hats, the Japanese seem to have
copied the latest .Paris fashions and exhibit
style of hats from a cart-wheel to a skull-cap.
Some wear handherchiefs on their heads and
some, who are not over particular about their
complexion, go bare-headed and arc more or
less tanned. Some carry umbrella and some
carry bibics. All show a proper respect for
strange thing in a strange country, and it i3 to
be hoped that their contact with civilization
will not lesson their pagan trust in the intcg
lily of humanity. .
r. Itrnnthlll nt Jittiniinhtto,
Sunday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, tins
qucnt and distinguished pulpit orator,
preach to a union congregation nt Kawaiahao
Church. There will tie no evening service al
the Forl-Strcft and licthcl-Union Churches.
A general invitation is extended. English-
speaking Hawaiian! are cordially invited.
This will be Ihe last opportunity to hear Dr.
Hemphill, as he returns to America next week.
Come early so as to secure a good scat, and
bring jour Copy of "gospel hymns" W(th ypu.
Kcv. O. P. Emerson, of Peaccdaho J. I.,
will preach in Fort-Street Church, Sunday
morning. Owing lo the union service al
Kawaiahao Church, there will be no evening
Mr. Fred Macfarhnc's 2Sth birthday wa
celebrated last Monday evening at the rcsi
dence of his father-in-law, Hon. H. A. Wide
mann. The evening was made so merry that
Fred declares he could stand having a birth
day party every ironth if it vvas'nt for the get-ting-older-all-the-timc
disability attaching to
such celebration. Mr. II. Ilerger furnished
music and the " light fantastic " was twirled
tillrosymorn. Thcsocialsaladconsisted, In fact,
hospitality, and Ihe sweet sorrow of parting.
P. S. The age of Mr. Macfarlanc is perhaps
incorrectly given. It is an average of the ages
given by I he pcnlette of elderly clericals Messrs.
Derring.IIuslace, Culvert, Dowselt and Brown.
Mr. Macfarlane's habitual dignity and reserve
have occasioned a difference of opinion betw een
his fellow clerks a difference ranging in esti
mate from 5 to 50.
Last Saturday ocning Professor W. I).
Alexander !r.d .Mrs. Alexander were surprised
at their residence at Punahou by the orrival of
a party of friends and relatives, who, immedia
tely took possession of the house and coolly in
formed the professor and his amiable wife that,
as they had been married for twenty-five
years, it was time for tlutn 10 celebrate their
silver wedding. A handsome tea and coffee
service of silver was presented io Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander, There were some seventy-five
persons present. Remarks appropilatc to the
occasion were made by Dr, N. II, Emerson
and the Uev, Ssrcno llishop. Mr. V. 0."
Atwater read a poem, composed by Rev, J, M.
Alexander, which touehingly expressed the
wishes nf alt that Professor Alexander and his
estimable w ife may enjoy many more years of
married life to fomidcte the fruition of the past.
Stent Fort Street, 'imt List Thursday
A lirigiit.halrcd yuth and a maiden fah
Leaned o'er the gate one eve 1
He was humming a dainty air,
She ale mangos., would'st b-.-lievpl
" Georglc, me boy," said the maiden fair,
She looked like a red, ripe p.ach,
" Why du you try to sing that air ?
Yon know you can only screech 1"
She miled a she bit a nuugn end, '"
She looked in his face and smiled,
Said he, but she failed to comprehend,
" You'd make a man go wild I"
A Nerw York dispatch Axip the 14th says t
"Tlit Secretary of the Pacific Mall Stcauuhlp
Company said this afternoon that the company
has under consideration the question of with
drawing its steamships between San Francisco
and Australia, It was not considered likely
thai the service will be continued after the
expiration of Ihe contract on November 1st.
Mr. Jules T vernier is at present engaged
in finUhing two new. picture of the Volcano,
One picture represents thenew like with vivid
iffectt the other is a bird's eye view of the
craiei with Ihe new lake In the distance. The
scene is early morning, lloth pictures wilt be
on exhibition at Mr, Tavcrnier's studio when
A good entertainment wu given at the
V, M. C. A. last Thursday night.
The nusqciadc at Central Paik Kink Ust
BfgM tm not great success.
llotifitntHirs Weftftfe. I lrrerre
Owing to the report of the vatlotu icliewl
our regular bit ball letter is crowded nut thf
week. The game last Saturday afternoon was
Called al 4 o'clock by umpire lloardinan. T:ir
Ocoanie wen the toss up and sent the big II.
boys lo bat.
In the first Inning Oat of the .Honolulu!
made a run and the Oceanic were while
washed In thr scvond inninj both nine tverr
whitewashed. In the third Inning the big II.
boys were goosed an I IMdlc Ilatdvvin and
Wall each scored a run for Ihe champions. In
the fourth Inning Harry Whitney, Guy Vode
house and Fred Whitney scored one run each
for the Honolulu nnd Ilenny Baldwin mada a
tally (it the Oceanic. In the fifth Inning
reciprocal whitewashing wa Indulged in by
both nine. In Ihe smli inning the big It.
boy were whitevv ,ied while Ticotty and Kin
ney made a rjn each for the red-legs. In the
seventh inning the Honolulu were goosed
again and Scotty and Wall added two runs to
the Oceanic' score. In Ihe cighlh in
ning both nines were whitewashed. In the
first haif of the ninth inning Markham and
Billy Moore each scored for the Honolulu.
Under league rules ihe last half of the ninth
inning was nol plascd as the game was already
won by the Oceanic. May Wodehousc,
catcher for the Honolulu, meet wilh a
distressing accident In the seventh Inning. A
ball glanced from a striker' shoulder which
Hay attempted to catch wilh his left hand.
The ball slnlck hi left thumb, which received
a compound fracture, breaking the flesh at the
first joint and exposing the bone. Dr. Anting,
who was present, dressed his hand. Chan
Wilder, formerly of the Pacifies, caught in his
place duiing the remainder of the game. The
following is Ihe official score of the game made
by Mr. Davidson'ol the Survey Department 1
names r. n 11. r.o. A
Oat, r II II I.I....IM I o f o
Woileliott.e, II c. ... o o 7
Wlmner, Jr, II M a b .... 1014
Wodehouw, Ouj-1 b i I 8 I
Whitney, tied c f , 1 1 o o
Dowrtt. J I rf... . u o o o
IVkcIs. Cp .. i, o o 9
Markltim, Ceo I f 1 t o u
.Moore, 3b .,..t 1043
Totals .. .. , 63 V4 19
NAVIILS. K. B.H. T.U. A.
Scott, C., ..,.- J I 6 7
Kinney, I b .........., 1 9 15 o
II ll.iliftin, s t 1013
Jones, r f.,... o o o o
Molieonun, 3 li ,Kt o o r I
Thtirstol. I r. . ..,.,. o t 1 o
V. ltaldwin, 1 1, . ........ t o 9 9
Wall, p.. .....,,....., 90 1 14
S-liarTatt, c f... 0000
Totals , 1 4 97 97 9
Kirit ba.e on rMl!s-I!onotulut 4; Oce-inics 7.
First liaon trrors Honolultis 7 Otcanlc 4.
Left oi bass Honolulu 8j Occsnics 3.
Struct' out Honolulu 10; Oceanies 8.
t'jirned run. Honolulu tt Oteanicso.
iM pitcliei:clceU 9 ! Wall 9.
Passeit liatlvWoilcliouse. 4, Kcolt 3.
Two base hit, Fred Wliitney.
Three-base hit, W. A. Kinney.
Umpire, Georgia W. Doardman.
A new base ball club has hecn organized by
the cmplojecsof the Press office, which will
be known as The Saturday Press Base Ball
Club. The club is not ambitious and will not
make application lo enter the league i but the
lioys wish to say wilh becoming mode.sty,
which has alwayscharacterized the press of these
islands, that they will play any nine that any or
all of the printing offices of Honolulu may pjt in
the field against them : provided thitany match
played shall be for a supper, not to cost less
than $2 a plate for each man,, to be paid for
by the losing club. The captain of the
Saturday Press Glub can be interviewed at'sny
time regarding a match at the composing
rooms of this office. ,
The following reply to the Press-Office chal
lenge has-bccnjcceivcd :
TO THE tWfflIN OF HIE S. P. U. 1).
Club ire; We accept. -Base ball I not our
strongest mint, nevertheless we accent. V
seek not the gl,iry of the diamond field, nor
me renown attending home-runs; we care not
a fig for maidenly applausc.-nbr stand abashed
at the prospective hissss of Ihe young " Sand-
wiclnans. We have perused jour challenge,,
studied well the results, tnd arc now prepared
lo wrestle with you for the good wherin doth
lie the "ttvo dollar supper." True, the suhper
may cause nn increase in the mortality list,
fill the wards of Ihe Queen's Hospital with
printer suffering fioin "too much of a good
tiling,' Kt ill the temptation is too great. We
are ready and .willing lo " pi the newly or
ganized " S. P. li. 11. C." on such day a may
be most convenient. If we etc too close to
the supper in the first inning, you, according
to Hovle, can "quad out," but if not, the
game must be played out, even if the "pitcher"
inn caicner aionc remain villi sound arms and
'Tiser B. B. Club.
Honolulu, July 22, 1SS5.
Mr. Hay Wodehouse's thumb is mending
apace. The plucky catcher goes about with his
hand in a sling, smiling and complaining not.
The Married Men will play against the big
H, boys this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Ma
The following officers have been commis
sioned in the King's Own Guards t Mr.
Robert Parker, first lieutenant ; Mr. J. K.
Kolonion) second lieutenant,
Captalts'Hajley repsrt tint the Household
Troops show marked improvement under the
new system employed since he has had com
mand al the barracks.
Captain O'Connor reports that the Queen's
Own Company are working hard and patientli
studying the'r tactics. The captain is confi
dent thjt Ihey will surprise the "natives"
when they hold a dres parade.
The King's Own have organized a drum
corps that can beat time with the Honolulu
Rifle's corps. When the new tactics are put
in operation Ihe different companies will be
able lo "tramp, tramp, tramp " all together.
ThctIonoluu Rifles have been drilling
steadily twice a week for the past two months
preparing for the dress parade which will take
place nest Thursday evening July 30th, at the
Central Park rink, 'i'iicse drills have been
but poorly attended lately. Boys, turn out if
sou wish to please your captain and win Iht
smiles of the pretty girls.
A ropun.ible, middle-aged gentleman, of
good character and standing, and of-a retiring
diipoa.tion, desires a nicely lurnished room,
wilh or without board, in 1 private family,
where he can feel al home. Prefers comfort
in stjlc and will try to give an equivalent for
what he receives. Address, L, T., box 351,
Honolulu Post Office slating full particulars.
The band, this r. u., ill tut Uy-
In mnu Su,ua-t for, tails away
The Ysiuashira Mara. So,
If yU would Aiuafc hear, pta)c,o
UlUiith Mail whaif. There, the boys
WUIyYVVosI wilb, lutUioua Itoift.
The slmr Planter leases to-day for Sao
Francisco and will probably be absent three
month. The slmr Iwalani will take the
Planter's route in Ihe interim.
Tfccbktno Dirfovery was loading; for this
port when the Alameda lefl$tn FraocUco.
The bklneEureka sailed from San Fran
cisco on v-sVlVib. hstant lor this port.
The Norwegian ship Lovctpring has siltd
from iNtw Yolk for Honolulu.
Gospel Tcmiwrance Pram
1 Hsstbcl Vssury svt71Jor.es.
Honolulu, July 25, 1SS5.
The week opened with n degree of anima
llon irt business circle that wa quite a relief
to the dull monotony that prevailed so long.
The release of the Japanese immigrants from
their long quarantine and portioning 01T to
various plantations on the other Islands on
Monday and Tuesday lent much lo this im
pression. Shipping movements have been free, com
prising, in arrivals, Ihe Forest Queen and
Alameda from Sm Francisco, the Amelia from
Port Townsetid and the Amy Turner from
Boston. The foreign departures fnr Ihe same
period embrace the Jennie Walker for Fan
ning! Island, Kc An Hon for Jalait, Eva for
Humboldt, J, C. Ford and Wm, G. Irwin for
San Francisco. The export by these last
two vessels, princivally sugar, amounts In
$7755"4&. The rianter will follow to-day,
to affect repairs In San Francisco and will take
a cargo af sugar, etc, and the Japanese
steamer Yamashiro Mam promise to ictiirn
westward, probably to-day.
The auction houses have had iheir usual
weekly entertainments, with about the usual
attendance nnd results. Addilion.-vl lo the
regular room sale next week real estate- nnd
household furniture will be offered.
The Alameda, on Wednesday, brought ad
vice to the 15th Instant, We append Wit.
liams, Dimoncl & Co.'s trade-circular, which
treat of the market for our products.
Our last circular was dated, July 1st.
SUOAR Wc have no change to note in our
local market, and prices of refined remain unchanged.
The New York market, however, has held its
own, notwithstanding the continued weakness
in Lont'0.1, and a further decline in prices
there which are now scry nearly on a parity
Willi iSCW 1 orK.
Purchases could not be made, however, on
the continent on the basis of I .on ton mini.
lions and producing countries generally have
shown disjiosition toward weakness.
The dead lock in New York between buy
ers and sellers has been broken and purchases
made on the basis of previous quotations, and
this fact shows the strength of the position
Refiners, although carrying fair supplies,
have again entered the market and are re
luctant to reduce their stocks with the pros
pect of a better outlet for their product.
Latest mail advices of July 8th, report that
a fair amount of business was being transacted.
and the market ruled moderately active and
strong, with refiner disposed lo replenish their
stocks ny purcnases 01 spot supplies, but cauli
advices received that day from London, ad
vising a lower market, seemed to check the
demand and no further business transuired.
ouiujnci l-uuiiiiuc 10 iicnciu wun coimuence,
and sellers show no disposition lo yield but
e ,!- .J .,. L.,,.,.i . i-
ouyers are sun very cautious ami easily influ
enced by the fluctuations of the London
Latest telegraphic advices quote Cuba cen
trifocals 96 test 6Kc.
London, July Oth, Beets SS, lest 16 s ;
7th, 15 s., 6 d.; loth, ! s., .1 d.
Since the loth Inst., both the New York
nnd London markets have ruled nominal wilh
no change la note In quotations,
Manila basis, $e,6o for ai'.
RICE A predicted in our last report, rlce
ex Alameda, owing lo Importations of Caro
lina, sold at 6(c cash. This will doubtless do
much to check the Eastern article, as in spite
of the low rate of freight, there is little or no
mirgin at 6c. We quote to-day 6Xc and
Chartfrs Market continucsdull and inanl
maic wun no transactions to note since our
last advices. Wheal is declining, and we hope
will soon reach a point when reporters can
operate no change in quotations for cither
vvoou or iron tonnage.
Exchange London, 60 ds. st., $4.84,
.ew luik win, 1-511'.
Flour G. G. Ex.
Family, $4.70 ; El
BRAN SIC per Ion.
Ground Barley $25 per ton 5 ehoice
iceu, 411.30 per cu.
Barley No. t fee.l, $1.20 perctl.
Oats Fair, $1.10 : medium. Si. 20
Hay Comp'd. W. &.O., $141 large bales,
Lin:: $r.4oand $1.50 per bbl.
Williams, Dimond & Co,
Vessels Expected Irom Korelifu Ports.
Suwrv.IMt. . . AijsikaUa Chest
i-inc AUgUhl 0.
New Castle, N. S. W.Am bL Frksno
Iue August 4-10.
Saw Kuvvcisc,., Am. bllue El'RtKA....
uuc July 99.
Navako Rivek, Ain. sjirj. It. Leehs
Due Inly so.
LlV'EKWXL, llrit Ik JuriTRR
Due July i-ij Agents. ,
Glasgow, Brit bx Lizznt !KP0Al.r
Tu sail fune. F. A. Schjefcr a. Co., Agents.
Nbw York Am bL Maktiis Davis.. llcnsoti
Due Oct. IS-9S. Cllrewerft Co., Agents.
Dei-aktuek Hay, U. KSTiiostrsoH Potter
an Fkanciscu, Am. bline W. II. Meter Paul
Duo July 13.
Sak Francisco, Am. bktne Discovery,, ,.,.remman
Due July 9S.
Svdiey, licit, ss Zealandia Webber
1JUC AUgUSt 9.
Mrehant" Vessels Now In Port.
Am bglneLnNSVELO,. .
Am t s Alasieds......
Am bk Amy Turner..
Ulctue Amelia. .......
Heme W. G. iRwirr...
,...., Flore nils
Saturday, July 18 -
Slmr MokotH from Molokai
Stmt 1 I Dowselt from Molokai
Schr Malolo from Pepcekeo and Ililo
Ilk Forest Queen from San Francisco
Slmr Lehua from Hamakua
Slmr W GTIatt from Maul, Kona and Kan
Slmr Kilauen H011 from Hawaii
Sch Monuokawai from Koolau
Sch Mana from Ililo
'Sunday, July 19
Slmr Planter from Kauai
Stnir Iwalani from Hamakua
Slmr Kmau from Maui and Hawaii
Schr Caterina from Kolaeloa
Schr Ehukal from Waialua
Schr Mokuola from Kwa
Kch Luka from Hamakua, Hawaii
Schr Liholihn from Kauai
Monday, July 20
tlklne Amelia from Port TownsenJ
Sch Mile Morris from Ewa
TukspaY, luly 21
Schr Lcahi from Kauai
Stmr Walmanalo Irom Walmanalo
-Wednesday, fuly ja
OSS Alaineda, from SanFtanclsco.
lit Amy Turner from Boston
Thursday, uly 33
S -li Kaintnw from Koolau
S mr Walmanalo, from Walmanalo.
Fripw, luly 24
Schr IlalcakaU fmm Pepeekeo
Schr Caitrina from Walmanalo
Ugtne Cousucto from San Francisco
SAiURDAV, lune 18
Schr Jennie Walker fur Fanning's Island
Schr Ralnbw for KimIju
Schr Wairualu for Laupuhoeho
Minday, July 10 Q
Tern Era for ilum!oldt Bay
Schr le Au Hou for Jaluit
Schr Wailtle for Mahko
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai. Nlhoa and Niihau
Schr Manuokawal for KuoUu
Scbr Emma for Koolau
Schr Kulaiunu for Hamakua, lUwall
TuasDW. July 11
Stmr Jans ' I Duwu-tt fot Molokai
Sch Mokioli lor Ewa
Stmr Kin tu lor Maui and Hawaii
Stzsw Let. u fur Kahului ports
Stair Uoko'Jl lot Molokai
ttflSM W fi trwla (or Saa Fraacitco
Mr J C Tti4 for Saat Fimsmcu
Wfjinikday, July 21 -
Stmt W O Hall fnr Ma.nl and Hawaii
Slmr Kilauea Hon for ll.miku.t, Hawaii
Slmr Jame Makee, for Knpaa
Slmr C It Bishop for Wat.mae and Kauai.
Schr lAika for Koholahele
.Thursiiay, July 23
hrlir Malolo for Papalknu
Schr Lihollho Tor Eleele
Sch Lcahi for Hanatcl
Schr Man.i for Ililo
Friday, July 24 -
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna
Stmr Wnlrmnalo, for Walmanalo.
From Ka1t.1l. per slmr C R Bishop, Friday,
July 17 T F I'ickering, W C Crook and
wile. Air t. K M reward and 1 children, t,
Pckelti, M Mihelona, F II Babcoek and 24
From wmdard iorls, per slmr Kilauea Hon,
Saturday, July IS Mr Bade and C Coc.
From San FrancUco, per bk Forest Queen,
Saturday, July 18 Saml Norrls and A D Biel
leville. From Molokai, per stmr Jame I Dowselt,
Saturday. Itllv IS Mrs Mnnsarrar -in, I Miss
From Kahului, per slmr Lehua, Saturday,
July IS-C Maudaole, I McLmc, V Mu'ch,
E Hinglcy, Kawaiku, Mis A Hoffman. Urn
Thomas, Bro Francis, Mrs J W Knlua, Judge
Kilainn, It W Meyer, J llcshaw, Father
James, Mis McCornster.
From windward ports, per stmr W. G,
Hall, Saturday, July 18 W II Bailey, C
Wall, J- Par's Jr, Rev J D Paris, C A
Brown, J II Bruns, C It Carter, W K Bailey,
i isayuiuiiu, j 11 .viarun, v tt uornwcu,
Miss V. Joy, ills J Holch, II Koo, j K Kc
kaula and wife, Miss Ella Foster, Rev Leonore,
W Ball, Wong Lin and Co deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per slmr Kinau,
Sunday, July 19 Mrs Ch Wdjlit and 2 ch, Joe
Nawahl, las McDadc, Ed Smith, Sam
Nowlein, Kum Chee, Mrs C F Furneaux, II
Johnson land wl, Rev J Hemphill and wf, E
M Lmcfani, Y T Griffith, Capt J Ross, A
Young, C Bolle, Mrs J R Smvth, Kawaiku, J
W S Alexander, Geo C Williams. D D Bdd
win, M Baldwin, J Brown, G P Wilder and
90 deck passengers.
From San Francisco, per slmr Alameda,
Wednevlay, July 22d Judge I) J Toohy, Col
C II Judd, John A Buck, Dr James V
Keeney, Capt J C Awes, Mrs J C Ayrcs, Miss
Julia McAllister, Mis Mela McAllister, R S
Rodman, Miss A C Austin, G II Forbctt, Mrs
E W Fuller and child, Mrs M II Fay, Mrs M
E Burnettc, tE Whltaker, Miss SC Dickson,
Miss A Daring, W A Lackland, Richard
Jones, Alex Boyd and wife, Geo D Boyd,
James Welch, wife and son, F Ifasse Terhcy
ilcn, J C Ward, Ch II Murphy, A J Baldwin,
Mrs A J Baldwin nnd 2 children, Mis M Love,
E P Adams, wife and 2 children, Miss II F
Coan, Miss M Emcrick, C J Fishcl, Wong
Kam, W E Steven and 36 steerage.
From San Francisco per bglne Consuelo,
Friday July 24 Mr .t Mrs II W Calkins, V
Vess, P S Sheridan, EC Winston, & Mrs M
For Kauai, Niihau and Nihoa, per slmr
Iwalani, Monday, July 20 II R II Princess
Liliuokalanl, A Hoffnung and wife, Mis Ella
HofTnung, Rev J Hemphill and wife, W W
Hall, S II Dole, A Jaeger, IKnry Jaeger, E S
Cunhaand wife, llnny W Auld, J D.ilolt,
Hon Jas Kcau and wife, Hon Junius Kaae and
wife, Hon J T Baktr and wife, J Keakaoka
lini and wife, O J Holt, Jr, and wife, J J
Williams, Mrs Emma M Heckler. Miss Peter.
son, Miss Lily Piikoi, Miss Rose Opealu, Mrs
( M Kopcna, Miss Lcihulu Kapcna, Mies Lily
1111a111s, iurs vv is rioit, miss Annie nam,
Mrs Lemon. Mrs P Costa. Mrs Draw. Sr.
Miss S Sheldon. Mrs G T Macgnoe, Miss L
Victor, Mrs W L Wilcox, Master A Cunha,
Rev S E Bishop, W Brcdc, C 11 Wilson, Jos
Hcleuhe, A McBrvde, Mrs E A Mcllrydc.
A K Hoapili, Dr A Martin, Master Bovd, Mr
D L Kimmaka, Miss Bcrtleman, & Air W
For Kahului. ner slmr Lehua. Ttn-sd.iv.
July 21 F I. Clarke, ludgo Kahuna, Jas
v-ui-i-i-ii miu nnoui 150 ucck passengers
For San Francisco, ner br-tne V '! In, In
Tucsdiy, July 21 Col Saml Norris, Mr V
r ukiuj oiuwaru ana ,virs .viuuerzagt.
Fnr Maui and Hawaii, per slmr Klnau,
Tuesday, July 21 Rev G Wallace. G I
Wilder, Miss .Ellen Wilder, Miss Nellie
Lowric, Willie' Wilder, G K Wilder, J Tor
bet, Parker N Makee, j D Morlin. N II Bab
cock, G Heker, T C Forsyth. W K Holokahi
200 deck passengers.
For Hamakua ner slmr C R Bishop, Wed
nevlay July 22 Mrs J Sheldon & ch cc 125
For Kona, Kau and the Volcano, per slm
WG Hall, Wednesday July 22 Mr 4: Mrs C
II Spreckels, W G Irwin, Miss Dore, Miss
Ivcrs, Mrs F P Hastings, J II Terhcyden,
II Bush, M E Stevens, W M Savldgc, W II
Cornwcll, MUs Cornwell. Miss HConey, E
Smith, Rev J D Paris, J D Paris, Jr,V PA
Brevyer t Jones, Miss C Kcllcy, Miss Whitney,
C Wall, G Hous, J A Buck & 200 deck.
For San Francisco per schr J C Ford, Mon
lay July 207,453 bags sugar. Domestic
For Jaluit per schr Ke Au Hou, Monday
July 20500 ft Iron rail, 5,000 ft lumber.
7,500 tt potatoes, 50 cs beet 200 mats rice,
13 pkgs sundries.
For San Francisco, per bgtne W G
Irwin, Tuesday, July 216,055 hags sugar,
600 bags rice, 33 kegs molasses, 21 empty
tanks. Domoaio, value, $36,800.50,
From Port Townseud per bklne Amelia,
Monday July 20276,752 ft rough hinilr,
145,301 It surface, 3,000 pickets, 200,000
shingles, 177,971 ft red wood.
From San Francisco per liglne Consuelo,
Friday July 24-254 jiogs, 224 m shingles. 24
m bricks, 800 sks Hour. 750 sk bran, S56 sks
oats 4. barlty, 125 bbls lime, loo cs oil, elc.
fru llano i'Mod'ra-
All who have printing to do, In red or in
black or in blue, or other conventional hue ,
take notice, aud never forget, thai ihe Preji
office is running yet the place of all places to
gei uie oest, the moil nally and nqf, at out
shop, 29 Merchant street.
We call attention to the new adverlisen,rnt
of Mr. ( J Waller, of the Metrnjiolitan
Market, in our present issue. In consequence
of owners of stock having reduced their prices
for cattle, Mr, Waller is luabltd to do ihe
same for his customers, and by dealing with
him the public may be assured t$ having the
very fiurst meats from the Refrigerator at as
low prices as at any other establishment In the
A young man wcot lo see his darling Emma
and hung her lo his heart before the cheerful
grate. Enter six-foot father, s man of few
words and prompt action, wilh a strong dislike
for young men. Not seeing very well In the
dim light "f the room the father aski" Whu'
'hercr" Thinking lo be laconically witty, the
young nun responded, Km I-grite." With
unmistakable meaning ihe old gcitllcmiii
jelled, " I'll give yoa two minutes to emigrate
and shut Ihe gale," aid history ha it that the
young nun made the lime with a ininuie to
spare. Tlie soquel to this cpUde wa that
this young couple tleftj the first dunce lh.y
got, went to. housekeeping and purchased
supply of groceries and ptovivkuis of Messrs.'
il, . Mclutytc & Hio,, cesser of Fort and
King Streets, (scNding one of lhu.t Weat
(Jail hams Imported duett from Germany by
steamer and raU, not fozgcilbsg an aortuit
of tkttir fresh canned geud sad fruit roasted
and ground cuffeos, as well, k ia and lb
thousand and one other tticl W- tssth (inc.
i'litue batter awl ctWte a iftUlify
ami who, inos .-.pencer, Jr, M Beckwith, V
V Ashford, T II Auslln, C Lehman, C II
While, P Lillic, Masters May (2), P II W
Ross, wife and son, W 11 Shlnman. and al,u!
Radical eloquence from the pen of M le
C'ormenin in the Almansch Vopulaire of forty,
year agm " What Is a Imdgel t A liook which
crystatizes the tears and w eat of the people
into gold, .1 liook which fringe with silk nnd
gold the mantles of the ministers, which feeds
Iheir champing sicedt, which strew their
lwudoits wiih luxurious cushions, and spangle
Ihe costume of ambassador ! What wa (rue.
forty year ago is (rue to-day, and prolthly
will be -i long n the world last. To get
relief from such sombre thought tisit
Ihe art store of Messrs. King Bros, nt No. 87
Hotel Slrect and Inspect Iheir line of ctrgant
pictures, chromos, engravings, photograph,
etc. This firm make a specially of making to
order at short notice, picture frame in great
variety nf style, nd all style of cornice
having a fine assortment of moulding alwayi
in stock and giving iheir peronaI attention to
making llutn In an ar.istit tnanner. Pole cor
nice in eliony antt polished black walnut wilh
fixtures all complete also palent curtain
fastener, wall pocket, paper and letter racks,
hat and clothes racks, picture cord, gold and
sHrcr wire, picture knob, hooks, etc. Also a
a large variety of cabinet celebrllle, stere
oscopic views, stereoscopes, graphoscope, etc,
ewi 1 1 1 1 1 iii im 1 pi., w ,
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
St Mir. If. O. null (jraliilaUO
Batm ............ CummAnder
Will run regularly to Mjulati, Maul, and Kona and
Kai, II Await.
Hfettiner Vlantvv (LIUnov)
Leave every Tnliy at $ r. m. for Xav-USttUi,
kolfw, nirel. ami Yaini. yurn.iitr, will leav
Nawiliwlltetery Saturday at 4 i $1,, arming at Ilono
uli., evrry Sund-ty at 3 a. w,
FicfiKMAKi ..... . ..t. .., Commander
WW run rffuhrly to Humon, Maul, aftl Kultul
haelr, Itonolfaa and f.fiulW. Ilawmi.
Shmitcr C. It. Ilf!ui,
Lentrs evry Saturday at $ . u for Walaiue,
Oahii, and lUialei ami KUaue, KjujiI. H-Muniing,
cave lUnaM evry Tuedi it 4 f, i., fttstiTwUchirg
at Waialiu and Wmanae Wedntxl iyrt, and arriving at
Honolulu Mine day at 4 f M.
Steamer tfattiett Maker
Want.... ....,....,,, ......,....ComniamIer
Will run regularly tu Kajaa, Kauai.
'rtr itontf tn Ihr Votraim,
Through llcVrts to tlie Volcano and return, can nov
be had rt the clT.c of the InttrUUud h'a-ru Natia
tiou Co. TourUtt and other- lciUn Honolulu i-tr
Steamer 'W. . lll w.lIU InnJo.Ut .iundiu,
where a (irn-tla. Hotel i nonopened for the occtvtit
modatlonof tr.wclcri; ihtnce'by Kfiilruod tu 1'iduli,
thence l)y Slag Coach to llatf.way Huue. wiere
llones nnd tluiJei will be in Ktttndance toanvey
Hy this rcutr , the round trip can be mada In 7 da 4,
divine t day and 1 nii;rtt at the Voluino,
Ticket for I hi round trip, iucludct Cor!eatite,
Guide. I laird and l-odtt, $6iqo.
For lurttier particular trujulre at the cfilc of Inter
Ulani ateam Nnvi-atiju Co , Honolulu.
j. kna, -r. r. ro.sn:u,
43-Q4 Secretary. 'resident.
XIUTILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO
ROUTE AND TIME TABE
1 nrp; utAt?
Kino., .,,.,., -.. . ., ContMAMi'itn
T.avc as per follow iu; Khcdulo : ToucUnK at
Mhflinalf MftAJ.ieaMalena MahuVona, Ka.-lltae,
J-aUsiahoehce, Hiloaiul Keuttou.
'IVesday, Jidy i3, .Volcano and ay I'nrtr,
lueday, Auuit 4 HiWandway Purt.
lucftdi), Aiiitit it, . ols..inand way lWfc.
TuevLiy, Au;ui.t i2, Hiloand way Tort.
Tuedyt August aj,... .,MVo!.aiioand way I'ort.
Tuesday. tewemher 1..
. .Mi'u&ru way roft.
..Volcanoaitd way I'sjrt
. Hiloandway I'urt.
. .. Vjltam and way I'ortn.
.Kilo and way Ton.
Tuewlay, Sepcuibrr 1..
1'ucaday, b'plember a;,
rut: J.Kit va
Leave tondaiat 4 r. h. for KnunAl.nliai, KkI u
lut, II (jell's, liana and KipuiuU j and for KeaJUc, Mo
kuUu and Nuu eary other week. Returni.n: will tojj
at the ft1ov )iort, arriving Iiatk turday inorrdn.
"for irtad and Daweniter onlv.
IUK Htl.AtH'.A titV.
Leave recuUrly for Paauliau. KoLoUtele, Coka'a,
KuVaiau, Uonohlru, LaonahochsX, natulan and Ot-o-me.
McCittUsoa , ,., ,, ,. CoitMArara
Leave each Monday at 5 r, m. far Kitunalakai, Kn
nwlo, lukoo, Laluiua, Moinut, Halawn, WalUu, 1'ele
m.ti and KtUgpapgu lieturntnc !raw 1'uVoo Knday
Paauhor Honolulu,, irlytr.g Saturday uionifng.
S. O. WILDER, I'm, fi. II. KOC, Scy.
Wilder's steamship Company.
New Route to the Volcano t
Tin Slior KINAU, Klr.K HjnwuJsr, Will
U - Honolulu tu 'lurwla, Jun. lyti, Iwf Kuuihuu,
lhNcw Vulvar u UiIioj, nnd IliirttlUi iwn ll,
fir.i likl4r u-ur Hi. inlni of il, ,,Ui,vu ,.l
Uris,Mt, ttu ttrt Iht sth arul tij ol sash rbuolli,
W oiTr ttKiiitr Ti1suu1.11 TikK-rs lor lU ,1111 of
rirrv i-tusss-il. imakciskih; siw.lng jj.m.
Krtlni.fdui Imuis'llumiutU Volcanu llous, M
rciuroinj lii Hoooluta t,n huml. rrornln.
Om r r-unarssx Mill's r kuu tm si im u ths
Volcako, oti a (ouil rowl U Ihnu half ll.s illtunc.
On ll tilo. tiMil VolowS srlus, ih. KINAU still
nil hr uulir luivi ubl, soinj i lllla siwl mti'iiiii
10 tlblloJiJftJSl loA. MS.IUrul-t. (JO Vt'l4l,IKttit,
paMtu(in from Ijtupsihushu. mii.t ut rln iKviinr
pnu;ilrip. t'oAMttttis ain riitslii on t-iiit oMtoti
aver si ttila uiml i rLUy u 9 . u , rby cIiosm.
All funrwr tnliljrs xlttn l h oDic. f
WILOIK'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Honolulu, on u itSj. ijolf
F PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
;!b (Urntted) gt
CtfUmi awl Vummlttlmm Aftut.
Ctrut, QUKKS' & ,YUV4.U $tmuOl'"M
ttKbUr v.smIs ( lt, ports ot
Uull., Ilonamu. I'ul.uiu.l Hlla M "' ,,
Its.sU: A ',
Kols, HsiMpp .nj sVlaKoa KsvuLtixl
Walslus n Ul'u,
A.iJ sitf otWr puitt vlrtc Iwi iMntsuCcr.
IVtlotis luiiol f,ll.l tor my yn of t IsUnJt 10
Ik HMlai i"io.,i fa IrniHlsu) If y of lloiojul.,
M uUc My-vM fron llon.Jj.la wilt Oj v,sl) o b'.'
sjuii Int ,rilKlV.!A .Nt( lotion l.'o., Utsn nuHnj
HasI rrsD.mtHis. (
(X"ls Uu nid Cor ik!oiu.ol ly ' of our s-uwts
rii!s4 w4M-4-A 0 viuri) l ouj rSrs-oioof
J nliiii ol ujr (UK, Aiply lo th t(4 on bottir1,
o to A.r.cooe,
si vf Muuttt YtcMc sV.TSjtiilon Co.
fOK SAN VIUNCISUa
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