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Their lull at thf parace lt night.
The ttmr IwdUirl hnj;lit j.j.Ii bag tiijr
ml the dff Jlii)' K(M)rt lnwiclit wo lC
Mi. Oijjell, i"l returncJ from KlUu,
y it lonk tike "i
"iheol" with Ihe IM off.
Ixck of lwdneM h-M miihiI the wlihUr4Vfal
of IXuM'i line of truwea from the I'alama route.
lneinoi ami Mr. Oomlnli (I'rlnceti IJllu
ckalanl) aie ruttkatlnr; on the !tanl of Maui,
The Kinau, bioucht J.na z "', I
li.me, 40 hldei, 500 jjoat skim iml 150 pl,
rrofrt Scott, l'iofct HetiJtr and other
emlrrenl educator! are Inmhatini; idea Iff the
und of WaulVI.
"Cronk, a feimented heretace vid not tu
be Intoalcatlng, It (0 tie Introduced here by Ihe
manufacturer of Ihe popular Tahiti lemonade.
Friendt of Iter. E. C, 0Kl and Mia.
OkrcI may find ihem, Until the 22nd inttant,
at the residence of Rev. Cicotc Wallace,
Mr. E. P. Adamt will hold an extensive
ciedit tale nut Monday and Tuesday at the
itoif of MtMtt. II. llackfeld & Co. The tale
will commence on Monday the 10th Iml. at
10 A. M.
The Engine and track of the Ilerctania ttreet
railroad It luinc put tn running order prepara
tor) to a months woik In htincini; In ttonc for
nharf, ttreet and other goscrmenent work now
under w?y or in prospect.
Mrs. Domini, mother of the-Goveraor of
Oahu, ce!:bnted her 82nd birth day last Mon
day,' The Koyal Hawaiian lUnd serenaded
her while the tras at breakfast, Mrs. Domi
nis still retains good health.
The duties of the principalship of the Royal
School will devolve upon Miss I.ul.l 1. Moore
durioc the absence of Rev. Alexander Mackin
tosh; Miss Nettie Andreusu ill fill Mist Moore's
place and Miss Bertha Von Holt "ill take
Miw Andrew'a room.
"The rulinc passion strorc in" base ball
is exemplified in Hay Wodehoute, the crippled
catcher of the Honolulu, Early this ueck he
wat exetcisirti one handed, catching flyt in
the field, and taking his turn at the bat with
as much evident enjoyment at eter.
Mr. Edward Xotm'e, aulatant book-keeper
of the Advertiser, xsat married at AVaikapu,
Maui on the Cth instant tu Miss Maria Ilae
Richardson, youngest daughter ct the late
Hon. John Richardson of that place. The
Press wishes the young couple many happy
The officers elect of the Honolulu Chamber
nf Commerce are at follows s Mr. A. J. Cart
wright, president; Mr. T. II, Das ice, vice-
president : Mr. II. 11 Macfailane. secretary
and treasurer ; Messrs. W. G. Irwin, S. C,
Wilder, T. II. Dasies, T. C. Jones and F. A.
Sctucfcr, extcutise committee.
The concert at Emma Square last Monday
BUM wu "e" attended. J he prostamme
was headed with Luckstone's Honolulu Rifles'
March. The band boys nlll lake a month's
vacation comrucncinc on the 15th inst. The
Advertiser will regale the public ssilh logical
and rhetorical discords In the meaatiste.
Marshal Soper raided a "che fa" game last
Thursday morning in a Ohinte gambling house
on Hotel street. Sevcsal Chinese ere caught
and lucked up but the owners of the game
were absent. Between 3;oirr:d $50 in money
and the gambling apparatus ssexe found In the
room. While gamboliers, atvsv
The Laupahoehoe Sugar Company has elec
ted the folbwlng officers far the ensuing yean
Theo. H. Uavies, president! T, R. Walker,
vict-president 1 V. M. Swanrey, treasurer 1
F, W. Holdswarth, sreretary. The above
officeis have also been elected to their retpec
live povitons by the Haroakua Mill Company,
Seivicet at the Bethel Union Church, to
morrow at II , M. ami 7130. r. M. Uev. I
C. Ogge), the patlor, ssho arrived on the
islands Avgust S, 1SS4, wilt preach his first
annivcrsaiy sermon In the morning and will
preach in the evening on The Gospel Record.
A cordial invitation to these. Mrs Ices Is ex
tended to all.
.. . htel
, AatnittfMtftted pocrn appeared yrttcrday in
the local columns of the gteatpapicr, ctidently
written by the talented business manager,
Though unsigned It ssaa evMtnlly published
by (dhoril), Il sft entitled God He Merci
fulwhich would teem to indicate thai the
king and cabinet, and their matter, realue
that they are growing old.
A hoit! wat noticed recently in a lot neat
town with hit heed In a bag. standing in a
dens smoke liout a burning rule of rubbish
nrr by. Some tmirty, who had evidently
been peiusiru the grettpapier, venlpred the
kit that il wat getting used to smoking in
atlaipalion e( the trillcnniuiu soon to dawn on
these islands when opium icvtiictioni that! be
Mr. John J. Sullivan, trriioi proprictoi f
1 1 Kashuvrt Stables, wat marrinl yesterday
Heioocn. Ml. Sullivan itweKknowtiatonenf
our most iodustiiout and reliable horsemen. A
gical many tinccic li lends in SaiTVianatco aol
Sa Mateo Ounlics, l"al)f6rnu, will itjuice in
bit happincsA, ll stilt probably take his bride
lur a tide to UU Irish tilth place, shortly
after the return il kit (uitnei, Mi. llucklcy,
now in Canada.
Ttw UmtlU yeai of Ihe AcaJemic School for
Girh uadci ihe cHuge of Mis. Cicurge Wal
lace, will Ui;i Sepleiabii netl. This ll
known tctoel adjrdi advantagv foi an ex
tended chuim in aK liianchn that conttitule
a lfrSMral duatiaa. The nunbei of pupils it
Htwittnl, and tkt Mbael U wlect, Apptica
twa (at 1 limits itw, rsfainsitkiti ifgtrJse,
tsf wavuul nay lnu-aJctuM rw Wallace, oi
Ij'Kvv. Grsf5 WtlUer, 19a
lite aav kb isdieatttsa, wiaki wtlTW tato a
been. Tlw ram af laTriiaess art
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.t mhiwi nt I
ftt I Wntir 't in il
lti7 - ll r "' i'i'i' rMtlfj to imkc
mM ui(i.tm iMiflrn- "Ii'fl fct Irmf
tint twfrrn fw W hWc ftm thin In nn
MNNM if lilt I Mb WU1 Itll ym bmm !"
Wli Uro nf Hn OcmMai m h tli1 i j
Mi hMk i Oe nit " My M tw m ihf.
wcwswfxnd pat 1 twrvr ribrso in the nerti of
iff tftfH M en leiti IrtM ysM (Vlltmt
nM'fft lawt itt," atrM Vit, Ios ttickiKt
tt tnwfff lino Ma 4w t wd fkkliqi Jack
Dowtwn tutftaf t ehlis. " Von fatten had
hfatle art tsiat nn ttaj netss altn tn ftftSftvfwtiil
wMti i)m ttatl Ittrofc lk ftwt eamtswitesr,''
stt4 CipMll Ixfef twiytlttj atd tm tinthtt af
Al fnar tt'ehteti mwstit Haify WWliwy
Huniftr.l cfknyn fYom lite pavllhsn and after
ryatiit; '""" eloitils hleh hhl Tantitot
antt Rminil Tots eattH lli (ame at five tttlnn
t MM (mil n'efoek
The lleiwdtcls ivit to hal ami tevey took
fln on a safe lift n tight field, utola arenntl
and look third on a iifHeil hall. t.Mintan
svnrt am on a fly to Mentis- Baldwin. Burets
rmeheit flnt aftn three tlrlkt hy Solly orfr
throwrog to fir ami Isay came home, when
IVmt Antonio Ro ttinek mil and WlWet ssat
thrastnoiit at first liy llanny IVatdwin, putting
lh thle out.
Tti Oceania went to ImI, Seotty making s
safe 1m hit oser second, Kinnev coing out
at first, Benny Baldwin making a base hit and
brlntthig Seotty home, Thnrslon taking first
on a fly miiffeil by Jack Dowsell, Mothomia
going nut 011 a find, when Baldwin ami Thurs
ton eame home by t'arkei losing tight nf the
ball, Jones Then rwclfed first by Cliaillc
Wider fiimlillnn the ball at third, I. Baldwin
tools first on seven Usllt when Brown hit Ihe
ball to Kinney, pulling the tide out.
In the second inning the Benedicts ere
whitewashes! by Dowaelt and Spencer going
out at first and hhetdon out on a foul and life
champions re gootcd by Wall, Seotty and
Benny Baldwin going out at first.
Both sides were whitewashed in the third
inning, Barker, I.evey and LMiman of the
Benedict! going out and Thurston, Moehonua
and Jonct of the Oceanlcs.
When Ihe Ileneilictt stent to bat for Ihe
fourth time, Burgeit went out on a fly to Thun
ton, Don Antonio took first, stole second and
c.sinc heme on a passed ball, Wilder and Shel
don both going out al first.
In this Inning U. Baldwin of the Oceanics
look first on an error by Burgess. Brown look
first on a fly which struck li. Baldwin between
tint and second liases, thereby patting him
out under section 12 cf league rule So. 57.
Wall made his first and took second on a
passed ball atf.rtt. Scottyhittheballto Barker
who let him get first by an oserthrow. Brown
came home. Kinney took first and IJshman
let Wall in on a wild throw to the home plate.
Thurston made first on a daisy cutter. Moe-
haniia struck- a ho; ball to Barker, took his
first and brought Seotty home when Jones
was thrown out at first by I.Uhman with the
senre standing 7 to in fasor of the red-legs,
In the fifth inning both sides were white
washed ; Spencer, Barker and Levey of the
Benedicts going out at first, while the Oceanlcs
ivcrc put out by Brown hitting a Hy to Jack
Dow sett, Wall going out at first base and
Seotty going out on a called strike, which
made him so mad that he looked cross-c) ed at
In the sixth inning the Benedicts were
whitewashed, I.ishman striking out, nurgess
going out on a fly to Benny Baldwin and Don
Antonio by dropping a fly within reach of
Moehonua. In this inning Kinney, of ihe
Oceanics, went out at first, Benny flaldnln
made his first and came in before Thurston
and Moehonua went oul at first liase in succes
sion. In the seventh inning Wilder, of )c Bene
dicts, went oul on fust base. Jack Dow sett
took first base. Sheldon look first on called
balls. Spencer went out on a fly to Kinney,
Parker went to bat when Dowsett, who had
reached third, stole home on Seotty, who made
a feinl by tt.iuwing the ball to the short stop
instead of to the second-base man. Tarkerwas
then thrown out at first by Benny Baldwin and
the Oceanics came in.
Jones and E. Baldwin both look first and
succeeded in coining home before Brown, went
out at first base. Wall was put out trjing to
run to third aad Scolty was thrown out by
Sheldon at second while trying to tteal the bate.
In the eighth inning Irtcy, of ihe Bene
dicts, was thrown out at first by the pitcher,
Lishman made first but was foiced out al
second. Burgess made his first but Don
Antonio Rosa went out at first and goosed his
The Oceanics took their last inning, Kinney
going rail on a fly to Jack Dowselt, Benny
Baldwin making a two base hit and stealing
home before Thurston was thrown out at rirt
by Barker and Moehonua went out on a fly tu
In the ninth Inning the Benedicts failed to
score. Wilder going out while returning to first
base, Jack Dow sell going out on a fly to the second-bate
man, and Sheldon going out on a Ay
The game svas not an interesting one ul
though there was a fair audience. Those
present doubtless came expecting tn see the
doughty deeds of the previous game repeated.
The following it the coirect score :
1 h. 4 r. 0.1 A.
Ktnnty, t b .,...,
Ihumon, l f...,
lotH-t. r f
t. UiU.m. b..
Itrown, 1 1
' 6 I
I I o
S) I 7
f. U. A. 1 t
!vv, r f.,..
burst. 1 b
WiUw. I k..
!J1 1 1
t ! ! 1
E. rUUlof,i oul lybfini his iibattl UtlL
lruml rua-(XtAiiirt t alAmnl Men, a.
lint bu4fMCiror- Orvafucs, to, Mmcl Mta, 4.
Ttru tt rt hitUjkOcAnKS, i ; MtnisfJ Mmi. i
Mnak out Ottank, s ; Msmni aln, s.
lft on bAMt4OMuuct, , SUirtftt Mta, j.
To4vM bit U. ttsURin.
IAtt!! bstltult, s ', ShUon 1.
U-.U Mtvlut Wait, I , Oi.tr, L
UmH-s II. M. WtaKr.Jr-
Mvr It. .S. Uatld,fjafUi4 It. CailTibt.
This morning at 90'cluck the Saturday Ptess
club and the Titer nine will meet in deadly
enomniei on the Makiki diamond. The
UomJulut will play againtt tin: Oceanic in the
aftnuoun al Ihe usual hout.
The liberal rainfall to fti this summer way
be Itkru as the forerunner of a dry winter
Miiu.lci Gulick, the city father, doubtless
thinks ta, at lha Hottl meet citleras aie
having then leaky retujiiiuiis atteuded lo, (a
but that tVws- will turvri luote iiui diy, A
lastayM itMUiitg ihe prof rest tf lh rih.
StUiftslcJ that It was a pU,nbin job tlul UJ
(air lo 1KB th Itratary illy,
n 4 in inn
nmnllrn ri llf
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,.lrm pBPM (Htpfarftftg hi.
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nw!i! nlitM wa "nlint wl litlla WMf
on id KK m antnrMiih uu't !' '
pntnfhM) tmrnt m ti fMg in (- I rt I .
tristt f ttM tariil itjititt rtf , wVvnttif ffni
c!m. Aisrl tha s?i rrpntlM
n tut iihiimmuui mi
"WW lh Hllilt Wta,
MM MH-Mfny fflflf NNHrM M Wb ilWWf TWoH
NfNuMr and ilH "Wettr "t pott,"
itiw1 tk itwch Thkm. "I m nhn i)w
pptf i tmt ihM'i mi nuHKr. t'f rW'n
whim htanV , which tiuf tHtm think l
t(il)' five, Ml MbMii ftaM Mi rMHtfii
towWn't itpfilf li, he imkti me la tmhmii
R to fun " The TiitM M MmWlj rtlWl
Iiiohfxi nefwwn mi the poefiy eintrti twt Itwf
mhiWe nineeerltt m twnt. Ho he re), In
a trtws (, th folltMlif fct fhe .
M f MHW h (IrnMMtltn'rl. t
A pwlt hm And 1m imimI IA-
Horn i Cinwwirf wiw I. Mptriwr fcwwn
llllt H ti triww, fwor elwvt
Tlw "Hill atmy dtairftiMriMI Im.
ON do I llam la rth ik imM 4 .
(Iknit Iwwl ltd ImKriHt mm my nvorilA )
nm iwGrt i fwH wiy mm, vn pttMi.'
Ju then tlte potHJ' ertltor eame In. The
virtue and motility truth gave him the iiunvi-
wilpt. When he Iriil fmhlieil leoltne, In
tuineil tn the poet, hh line face slowing with
keen inwnril ilrllgtit. ami iihl : "My Ueat
ill, mutt lilank verne it pmpeily to ilenowlna.
teil, lot re)n enrweled from the writer hut
tereAletl to the iei!er."
.Ihnott rt r-frrffi.
Slinttty after the late storm a dastardly
atft-nfit was made on the life of Minister
Ciulick by a nails e who lives on the avenue
leading from ihe Ptlsma rind to the insane
ni)lum. The native, on some pretense, en
ticed the minister of the Interior into a hack,
which was driven rapidly along the I'alama
road tu the avenue In question. Dorter Webb,
who was standing by when Oullck got into Ihe
hack, strenuously objected when he learned
the way ihey were going, as he was acquainted
with the avenue and expected foul play.
When about halfway up the avenue the hack
tuddeaty floundered and the horse broke the
shafts and ran away, with malice afurethought,
It is suppled. Minister Gulick became scry
much excited and attempted to get out, but
the native pushed him back In a threatening
manner with a terrible oath. The minister
then became frantic and, It Is supposed, tem
porarily Insane, for he broke from his captors,
and after struggling through the mud, ruts
and houldeir., he reached a taro path and
succeeded in gaining the asylum grounds. He
was found there in an exhausted condition
still laboring under the hallucination that the
natives sscre trying to bury him alive hack
and all in the new government road. After
a night's careful attention at Ihe asylum,
Minister Gulick- was so far recovered that his
friends wen- able to rcmose him to town
The minister's terror wat such, liOwever, that
he was forced to hold Ills handkerchief to his
eyes until they reached the I'alama rosd again.
The catastrophe has cast a deep gloom over
.1 Ilty .Irhrmr.
"Say, dear, I're got a big social scheme in
my head that'll make me as popular as Mr.
Cruran," said a Fort-street merchant when he
stent home the other n'ght, as he kicked ihe
cat oft" the door-step and srt down on his
wife's work basket. "What is it, hubby ?''
said hit little wife as she got her awkward half
chair and endeavored lo pick the beeswax
and pins out ol his clothes. "Well, yon see,
it's about this diplomatic squabblr.. I don't
believe these mincers and consuls and things
ought to kick up a muss .shen it won t pay
their respectise govetnmentt to fight it out for
them. Now-, what the people of Inis kingdom
want, is less talk and more credit, an'dif I can
persuade Gibson to keep setting his ole 'Tiser
on the Gajctlc terrier, they'll raise such
racket thai the disgruntled ministers Ml all
apologize, because itll be the lean of
new csils, an' the diplomatic corps 'II recog-
nirc my ability an' get up a big ball an' we'll
an go an see me American eagle an ."
'Say, Henry," said his wify-wifc, sweetly,
"You'se got a big head, but if you don't go
down town and get thai beefsteak, there'll be
diplomatic trouble in this house, and you'll
have to apologize to your stomach for having
no supper." He got.
Tliru'd Unit Motlirlil.
"Now them fellows hase succeeded in bring
ing measles all ihe way from Germany by the
Yamashiro Maru," said a Manoa Valley
woman, as she laid down her Hawaiian Ga
leae and looked sternly over her spectacles at
her little grand-daughter, "and we'll all die"
'without disgumation' and it'll be a terrible
disaster to the community, for the Iward of
health's never had 'em and what become
of us when evert, body's sickand the editor of
the Gatette flat on his back not able to tell us
what to do oh, my !" "But, grandma," said
the child, half scared to death, "may be they've
always been here, for I used to hear my teach
ers say we had them when I went to St
Alban's College, and if the editor of the Ga
zette would jutt tee Mr. Atkinson, he could
tell hint all about how wr had measles on:
term, and Mr. Atkinson he said they was a
new kind for they dld'nt peel off. I don't
know I'm sure don't cry grandma that old
editor don't know what he's talking about
'caute I know we used to hase 'em at school,"
Ah Sing it his name. He wotks for Billy
Cornwellai.d spends his tpare time learning
the English language and imitating the man-
ners and customs of civilization. Before the
last race Billy Horan eioppcd Hancock's tail.
Ah Sing wanted to know why it wat done.
"To tnake him look like a thoroughbred,"
said Billy winking at the hostler. When Ah
Sing came home that evening, tie. had hit head
baibernl up like a government clerk's.
" What' the matter now I" said Billy Honan,
when he met Ah Sing in the stable )ard,
"whattheold Harry have you been doing
with your queue ?H "Me cut him off," said
Ah Sing with oriental dignity, "me want 10
be tholoaghbled alle same Hancock.." The
buys were trying to get Jiini an imitation lo
the palace ball at last accounts.
"While Deputy Marshal Dayton anJ Offi
cers Fehlbehr and Marco were converting
near the scene of the late fire, as to ils origin,
the hvi pipe suddenly burst aud each got a
thorough dtenchlng." iV-V Itvat. While
the local man wattliscuiairg with himself tlte
difference between a musical sharp and ayuar
nxllaic till, he suddenly- burst isto Ir-s'iUtf,
and ihe ear drums of half Nuuanu strs-el got a
Sutue who did not know the lay of the land,
in trying to get to the fu. got Imp a Jt
ia.. -tUtfjr llu.'Ulii). Vcs, we uwsoiurof
I hem there, but we tliought it wat iViVuMrr-
iheyguonta Ttu'i should be written In
Sanvciit to be Jirojierly appreciated,
Ifowslulh the little Tiei beeT "O,
scty well, tltsnk you I Mr. SpucUls kerp
try Wis ttjsiy well filled tviib hwiry iril
hax'nt sartWcit set, aJtUouti lh uornnir4
newel guttautWtsl luda nuii fur sunellsnc,''
Iff lllhri I'll II. ti
im I ' Ilili K ' iili ili I i, i
Ifii i iiMnin t filli"iin, II .lnyfi It m I
I TinriH, ulth lmt"i fm N(ehnti
. II i.
lh it .il iti.iin tn wi-fl. I lew In n
inr iff 11 I ihuI it ihf Mar Mill nn.l Nntlii
flumes, Kfihala Nn serums damage 14 t iTf.tiM
(t.im lhal dltirlri
Mrs Taylis tnA family, of Kebata I'btnia
Iron, harts tahan 1M1 tffMrmre fr IlisrtoWa
and San FiniMtao Mr, 'Pay!? eantmt Iw
pared y Htm M wetk ami wlft gn tatar.
On Sflwlax', July ftkh, the fcitrnt itlatm'anit
In thf iftpi of Ihe I'ltfrksjA Clmffli, 1 1 tin,
ntVffval t.m nf biMtl, a Imwl, a pftte, 1 np
ahvt ttxMf awl a inpe t Itvtw Ihey gut there Is
lfr MMmtr KfisM, whlfh arrtvetl at llll
AoftiH in, came MM I Utile Own, aim an
fahxftee of 11 vnn. Time serins lo have
wrniifjlii fast- rlnnss. All Ilito were delighted
to walemna hr.
An Ica-eiwm fcatlvttl was glvtm a the llal
In Kakipliil, Kahola, a week ago last Friday
night, to rah fundi' for Ihe Anglican Church
there. Tbr was a gfltxl attenJance and
a fill tumtwai netted.
Captain Malton, nf the Kiiooner Itmnia
Clamtina, was capslted in a while boat at I'a
p.xlkrm, July 21I1 and came near loosing till
life. He was brought lo Ililoliya boat in
charge of Mr, A, 11, I,obcnsteln and taken lo
his room at the Severance Cottage and placed
'n charge of Dr, Kimball and he Is recovering.
Through !cv, M, Ionian's Insttumcntality
a collection was taken tip one Sunday recently 1
and a lamp has been rrecte.l in Ironl of the
Kohala-Unlon Church and plank walks laid
from the door to the front gate and ladles
dressing toom. Mr. McLalnc give Ihe lamp.
It Is a great convenience on dark nights. Mr,
Jordan's sermons arc vigorous and to the point.
The schooner Emma Claudina sailed fiom
Hilofor San Francisco, August jth. Freight,
from Papaikou, 227 tons sugar ; Wainaku,
917 Ions. Passengers ; Mrs, S. I,. Coan,
Mrs. Biggs, Miss IU Knowls, Miss Clara
Cleveland, Miss F.lsle Stabeler and Mr.
Ilowaul Hitchcock, The last mentioned de
signs going to Munich, Germany, lo perfect
his artistic education. He carries wllhhim
the aloha mil cf all his many friends. There
wat a targe number ol persons on the dock to
bid adieu to the passengers.
The great rainfall ut Hilo and vicinity, on
July 24th and 23th, 15 Inches in 3G hours.
There was KrMt '',e f 'ne cean j the dock
was carried away at Papaikou, causing' delay
in loading the schooner Emma Claudina until
new docks could lie made ; docks curried
away at Pepcekeo and Onomea j an immense
stave at Puna almost destroyed Captain
Eldrrt's new boat house and broke down the
walls of his fish pond ; and large quantities of
lumber were carrk-d into the ocean. The Wai-
hiku River, at Hilo, roc sery high and
brought down an immense quantity of wood
ss hlch floated ashore to the great benefit of Ihe
natiscs. At the Volcano House the storm
seemed determined to wreck the house ; nearly
every room of which was drenched. Two
horses were know n to bckilled by the storm, and
piobably many other anin.als w ere destro) ed by
sudden floods. No human lives were lirrt in
Hilo District so far as known.
The following ofiiceis ss ere elected by the
Princes Own Guard last Monday evening
I. II. Boyd, captain; Oliver Stillman, first
lieutenant ; S. M. Maikai, second lieutenant ;
Salomon Hiram, Issac Ihiihi, Kemalia Kuhia,
Haiha art! Pilipo, Sarc;eants; Keauciwi.
Kcaue, Moses Kanahele, and Iopa, Coriwrals;
and George L. Desha quarter-matter.
Captain Atdrich of the Honolulu Rifies says
it was only coincidental, but theboys arc of
the opinion that the captain svas quietly cele
brating the birth of his little daughter when
he had the picture of a new cherub minus
wings and clothes stamped upon the front of
the Rifle's ball piogrammc and announced in
the corner below that Captain "Aldrich was
The Queen's Own held its regular monthly
meeting last Monday evening in the basement
of the Palace, Major O'Connor presiding.
There were So members present. The pres
ent strength of the guard is as follows : 1 ma
jor, 2 captains 4 lieutenants, I sergeant-major,
1 quarter-master sergeant,- 1 drum-major, S
sergeants, S corporals, 1 pioneer corporal, 4
drummers, 4 buglers and 120 privates. Total
155. Two companies, A. and B. will he
formed during the month. Major O'Connor
reports that the members are making fair pro
gress in drill, which takes place on Tuesday
and Friday each week. These drills embrace
the manual exercise. The guard's new uniforms
which have been ordered from Germany wil
arrive here sometime in next November,
Th iVeir Ramie Slarhlne,
The Coleman ramie machine .ssas 13 feet
long and employed 9 sets of toilets, using also
some 300 feet of cndles.-, chain. The new
machine of the Hawaiian Ramie Company,
now being constructed, will be 5J feet long
and will use 4 sets ot rollers, t smooth and 3
fluted, Thete still be also a drying chamber
(lo be used only on large machines) and
beater to remote Ihe dry wood after the ramie
has been passed once through the machine.
There will be several sixes of machines made,
to run by steam, by horse pow er and by hand
power. It is hoped that the hand machine
will be able lo clean 300 pounds a day, with
the work of one man and a boy. By com
parisoo of samples of machine-cleaned fibre
received from New Orleans where all the
other ramie cleaning machines of importance
were on exhibition it ts evident that the
Hawaiian Ramie Company's machine as
operated last Saturday cleans ramie fibte
better than any other machine In use. This
satisfactory comparison has determined the
company to push forward the construction of
machines, aad to encourage the extensive
planting of ramie. An exhibition of tho
practical tyorking of the machine was givca
last Saturday before several citizens, Messrs.
W. R. and G. P. Cattle, Mr. E. P. Adams,
Mr. I-nrlti Thurston and others. The exhi
bit inn was apparently a satitfacioiy one to all
present. It is likely that the Hawaiian Ramie
Company's machine will he known in ether
lands before long.
The old theory lhat dogs raited u,-n Liiiaan
milk are much more inteltigrnl than plebeian
curt it brought to notice again by a recent case
here. A gentleman muling in town had a
small thoroughbred blue lenicr, weighing only
I', pounds at Ihe time of in death, which
ixcuticd latt Thursday, a week ago, when it
was two months old. When a wctk old the
dog wat taken from its tnothei and was raked
by a native woman who had ost her child.
The doc ttt-med to understand e'i)thiiig thtl
naa said ami displayed gieat affection hi ill
njite. Even at young at il was it cuutd U
taught to pcifutra tricks which were quickly
learned and reinembtied. Two 01 three trick
could be taught this doe in a day, sthkhil
would lake trici al mouths tu latvxa lo the
HliNlll III S, ,f ,i H ftit
I htf h l-in Utile f .finmir-lf il mi
pntlfsM in not Itsia nwk, itninflh an tin
pf. wil ii.f- Mittin t. f-M-lriil , ifilift lines I
Irmlr Fewi!iins: s nmrlif I impr trtnfni user
thf H"I few itsniiili. Il is 1,1 I if lininl IM'
ihe IwfiM rer-hrttt mxv ifbiam n iwtmitseni
fnnlhoM awl Issrrmie (pwral all along Ihe lint.
Patttrttfctra f ilia late 11mm shtiw evmaldffs,
Me diurtga tn rnlrta, nittlgM, ttimltngi, llantsn
antt thrw fleUs thinngtrnstt tltr Islands a also
tittmag to wrtrsl nf owi masting flfsM rnaghly
essjlmatistj at over $jsvn,xt.
In an0lftti Mttltra this week, ihe principle
aale of shlle Intintiit was lite hmnthnld fuml-
tart ami Iissm ami lot tale yeaterday nf W. S.
I.ufr, by I!. P. Atlam, which was well at-
lenittd And lefltllnl aalrtfaelnry.
On Manila)' and I'liasday nel, Mr. Adams
will hold a lorsje and Important ctnllf sale al
the ttre of Messrs, II. Hatkfeld .V Co., at
vrlilrli an rstrnaiTC assortment of goods will be
nfTnnl ta Ihe trade on lllietal leims.
The nmseinenl of shlpilng (his week Itai
Iin tnistleratp, the i!fMituirs Iwltig the Ala.
metis, with a cargo valuetl al $iSo,yoi,(8.
ealamlfaen route from tlje Colonies and
lorest Queen with cargo valued a! $12,101,50,
all for San Francisco 1 the Ainclis and Ftirto
for llio Sound, In Uillatt, and the Amy Turner
The Marliusa will be due lo-day noon from
San Francisco, with dates lo the Itt instant.
To-morrow the Australia may be along with
one day later, en route for the Colonies.
Vessels Bxprcteit Irom 1'oiflxn I'ortt,
SSN raANCIICIl, Itrll. , S, AtmTSAIIA
J)u Auaust 8.
fa' CasrLa, N. H. W.Am bk r'urWj
Put Aut(ll,t 4-to.
rlXs-Xaxn )irh. Am. mdr J, It. (.mo -
Hue Inlv to,
LlvKNl-oiiL, llrlt t,k Jl'riraa..
Dtifl Sfitmlr rts AgMits.
(tijisonw. llrii tr birris 1rriiai.r ..
Sjiltni Jutv 17. r. A. Schaefer & Co , Admit.
Nrw Votk Am bk Martha Davis. tltnsot.
llue'Clct is-ss. I. Ilrvwfir & Co , Aitfnts.
DirARtuiir Uav, l.k F S ritnMrSoi Potter
Sak FnAMCmu, Am. time V. II. Mrvm ,.1'aut
1ii July 15.
San FhAsclscn. Am. hVtn I)icovirv, .,1'enlmsn
Hue July as.
Merchant Vetsi-ls Now In Fort.
At. VjkiPff Kl'reka .
.. . U
Am bglnet-oNsuriji ,,,.
SATtlRDAV, August I
Stmr James I Dowsett from Molokai
Stmr Lehua Irom Kahulul
Stmr Mokolii Irom Molokai
Stmr C R Bishop from Waianae and Kauai
Schr Waimahi from Honomu
Schr Bob Uoy from Koolau.
SUNHAV, August 2
P M S S Zealandia from the Colonies
Stmr Kapiolani from Ewa.
Moniiav, August 3
Smr Kilauea llou from Hamakua
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Schr Wailele from Maliko
Schr Catcrina from Waimanalo
Tuksiiav, August 4
Sell Nettie Merrill from Iihaina
Sch Mana from Hilo
Stmr fames Makcc from Wnialua anil Kauai
Schr Liholiho from Kauai
Wkd.nksiuy, August 5 -
Schr Waioli from Maliko
Sell Rainbow- from Koolau
Tiiursdav, August 6
Sell Kawailani from Koolau
Schr Ehukai from Waialua
Schr Waioli, from Maliko.
Schr Jnsephirc from Ewa
Stmr Kapiolani from Kwa
Frihw, August 7
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Saturday, August 1
Stmr Alameda for S'an Francisco
Schr Lcahi for Kauai
Bklne Amelia for Port Townscnd
SUMIAVf August 2
P M S S Zealandia for San F-ancisco
Monday, August 3
Slmr W G Hall for Maui nnd Hawaii
Stmr I-ehiia for Kahulul, Maui
Stmrjarr.es I Dowselt for Molokai
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo, Oahu
Schr Emma for Olowalu, Hawaii
Schr Rob Roy fnr Koolau, Oahu
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Iwalani fur Kauai
Tuesday, August 4
Schr Wailele for Mahko
Schr Caterina for Waimanalo
Stmr C R Bishop for Hamakua, Hawaii
Schr Waimalu for Hilo, Hawaii
WtllNESDAY, August 5
Schr Mana for I jia, Koolau
Stmr Kilauea llou for Hamil.ua. Hawaii
ilk Forest Queen for San Francisco
Bk Amy Turner for Hongkong
Schr Catcrina for Kalaeloa
Thursday, August 6
Stmr lames Makce for Kauai ports
Bk Forlo for Port Townsend
Stmr Kapiolani for Ewa
Friday, August 7
Schr Rainbow- for Koolau
Sch Ehukai for Waialua,
From Kahulul, per stmr Lehua, Saturday,
August 1 W II Coiriwctl, Miss Bcckwith, R
T Wilbur, Miss Cameron, G S Roteman, II
11 ilcnx, T Luras, G P Wilder, W V A
Brewer, Lam Lung, Wah Pol, Mrs W G
Ashley and daughter, Mrs and Miss Tnibert,
Airs 1; M lorues, .Mrs llalsey, K Halclunihi,
Uro Andrew, J Gendero, M Mangero, J
Novrgera, J Gentaro, D Cunigo and 50 deck.
From the Colonies, per stmr Zealandia,
Sunday, August 2 Cabin 1 Dr Day, Mr
Irwin, Miss Hewitt. Steerage t Mr Slaughter,
Mr Ball, Mr Kenynn.
nun Kauai and way ports Pel slmr Iwalani
Sunday, August 2 Miss M Green, Mist,
Alexander. Miss Malone. Rev Father Eustathe.
J Anderson, 11 S Townsend, I II Smith, E
Koi.ke, Harry Auld, Captain Ross, L W
Doyle, W Brede 32 deck.
From .Hawaii and Maui iter stmr Kinau,
Friday August 7-C II Murphy, J C Ward,
A Boyd & wf. G D Bovd. C Nirdortf. I F
Morgan, F tlustace, Mrs Anderson, 'Miss M
llopiMr, Kev ti C Oggel & r, N II Hancock,
M K Coates & wf, A T Atkinson, Mist S
Chapin, Mitt E V Hall, Mist A Horner, W
II liolicesiV wf, Miss M Champ, M G Cpnea,
EG Hitchcock wf&ch, C N Arnold, Sirs I
D Arnold. J D Frazier S. tsf. T Lillie, A
Horm-rj til Brown, L A Townsend, J M
Horner. Tong Man & ch, W II Bums. II F
Haislip, R Nation, C B Wells, Mrs II J Taylor
A- 2 eh, Mis .Miss Taylor, Miss L Taylor,
Mist I Taylor, Mist I. Wood 4 ttt, E De
Horn. I, G MatililUn. C L Wight, F P Hat
tings &, wf. la Sam .S!ns, Mis M A Schrader,
.Mr It I Weight. F Seabeic. E .N'orrie tV bride.
Maui rarsscr wt i en, .Mrs Kuihelanl, I W
Pilij C wf, W II Cornwell. S Roth, AlU E
Danitlt, X Poikai, Miss K Wilder, (. Spreck.
tit. W R Seal. 5 A Wilder, W Y Hornner, D
K van, w u
Wilder. Miss S Horner. I C
hnkwood, J E
wood, I E Ward. A A Wilder. D Crown.
txrg wf cfi, MIu I) Richardson, Mrs I Raw.
on V ch, C Schrabrr A 302 deck.
For Kahului ports per slmr I-chua, Monday
Augutt t L M Baldwin, Mis Pfetdnei, Mrs
Ilrckwith & ch . 70 deck,
I'm San Fianclico i stmi Alameda, Sat.
iirttay At-gtsst if-Mr W (1 Arntttrvsg,
MhA FJu.14 iM 3 cWWrro, Mi Gg
naiwtc, am j imii, airt jnu Mainions,
Mrs C II Brown. Mrs KiikUcJ. Mh 10
R IIhuIiy, lodge Ttxtbry, Miss Hyt,
Mr I X GiiaW,, Mis A 1. Maw and thiki, S
De twit, j Kft atxi wife. MIm and Mastti
Uttttwi, A 0 AIhjhmIm, U Jones. W J. lltm.
ftM, W A rki., T I) WtMlka;. V T 05.
1 01 W I
Palm , S
U 111. 1
h Mftrts, t
1 hat M ..iirf,
In Krenff, Paul
has Hun, Mary
Hers mill. Mau ' llilli-lnin.l, lii-v llfmplill
aiul wile, Mi. I rrrts, Mlsa M J Mien, Mrs
I'va Xrantatui, Mi" lli'llfwnaj, Mrs '!' Il
I -1 -,1.1 , iiiMiw, Mrs M F, Mi M l
Btirnrtir I, an A larisnn awl wlT, Mm llaff
ruins-, I, W MM-farhtM. I' A Iras, I W Ilstm,
A M Trifiis, II ronton, I, II NRfeam, (i W
Hmhti, A W KaaiTnMft, M Mem, Mm Slrf
md thIM, Mis Pedtai and (litlli, t de 1m
trlfeaml thfW, II H lliinpilwd, II Kate wife
ami J rMMrni, MImm Wan, A Ifaatswberg,
Cftas I Mifailhy ami Chat lVk'1
For San l'ranrlen per a Zealsivdla. Sun
day Awn! 2 Rev Almmlet MaeVlnlosh wf
I'm Ksitai n-r stmr Iwalanl MondajTtAugiftt
t-Juttlti' i; Pieiton, W A Whlling, 3 II
Tinfe wf, A P Petfison, W I. HnJokaluH,
l-1, More, T M Stalker, Mil I M Whitnev,
II II WlleiM, II Mrre 70 ileek.
Fnr Maut and Hawaii, pel Mmr W ti 1111,
Momtar. Auat 1 ( A SureckeU. His Ex
etlleney Oovrrnor J O llotnlnls aiul terninl,
1 t r..t.. si? ti -.-it 1 t i..n .
1 1 iifiii;ii, ,, 11 vfiuivfrii, J I iinncilffjll,
Miss Mary Balwock, I! Norrle, W P A
Brewer and wife, H Roth, ti P Wilder, J A
Wilder, Mis J S Savl.tge, J N Robinson, Mr
P Roy and 3 children, Ham I, Kekumann, Wm
M Kino, I" P Hastings and wife. Mils tatter
and setvanl, C I) Irwin, O S Roteman, Mrs
Schrarilcr, A K Hmtplll, W A Honpill, James
I' Kaoankalanl, I) lloapllland almut 100 deck
l'or Kauai and way ports per stmr (' R
lllshoii, Tuesilay August .1 Princess IJIunka
lanl, Miss M Bamartl, Miss C Mist, Mlf E
llsrnanl, Miss I. Clrghorn, Htm I Ka.se, Mrs
I'Jarretl fit tons, II Cooper & 2 sons,
sclig, W Cnnradt, A de Dreltevllle A. 42 deck.
For Kauai and way ports tier stmr James
Makec, Thursday August 6 E Phoebe, Miss
S Kenmallani, Mist E A Auld, Miss M A
Autd, J N Kaoankalanl, Miss F Malutenl,
Miss E Hatfield, Sister Alberlliia, Sister Ilea
Irice, Mlfs II Wight, Miss A Wight, J Wight,
M A Gonealses, Miss C Kahalllopua, Mlsa E
Punihce, and about 80 tleek.
For San Francisco, per stmr Alameda,
Saturday, August 127,601 bags sugar, 3,514
bags of rice, 1,270 bunches banana, 802 diy
hides, itt pkes creen hides. 18 li.iles l-o.u
skint, 8 bales sheep skins, 15 cs pineapples, 8
pkgs leaves, 12 pkgs express matter, 0 cs
tionges, 14 ilgs domestic prodore, and I
bag gold and tilver coin, containing $1,70
Domestic value, Sl86,ooi.4S.
For San Francisco, per bk Forest Queen,
Wednesday, August 5 7370 bags sugar, 400
bagt rice, 200 bbls molatxe. Domestic value,
Vr llono I'uhttro
"Thai's a nice new suit you have on ; what
did you hase to pay for it ?" "Sixty dollars
If an actor is desirous of appearing in
"scs-cral pieces" In one evening, let him smoke
a cigar In a powder mill.
Messrs. Lyon's rind Levey will offer for sale
the race stallion Hancock ml the well-known
filly May D,, at their auction rooms next
The Indians used to "bury" their dead In
Ihe tops of high trees. This was considered an
awful joke on the Ohio medical student, bur
rowing around in the ground beneath.
The band will play the following programmi!
at Emma Square this r. M. nt 4 o'clock t
March Defilir Happc)
Ovtrture Liclit Cavalry Suppe
Cavatlna IteliHrio .Dontietlt
Kcminivcencetof Pellini Glodfir-y
IVallx-'lTie Siren Wahlttutcl
At Fort-Street Church, Sunday morning,
Mr. Cnizan will take for his theme The Sab
bath for Man. In the evening, by special re-
nuest, the subject will be The End of the
World, Ihe Coining of Christ and the Final
Judgment. After Sunday Jlr. Cruzan will
take his annual vacation, and will probably be
out of his pulpit for three or four Sabbaths.
..,,.., iiv , ji,u;wcv iijiici will cry kiiuriiy
Ann,l.a H..., ...... a. a .a.. .. !ll . .1 .1..
De issued in this town, and will undoubtedly
fill a desideratum, by reaching n numerous
class of the population who do not read Eng
hij, and have at present no means of getting
at ho'A- the world moves. This paper will be
issued under the name of O Luso Hawaiiano,
thus reviving a paper which wis published
here about a year ago from this office, but the
management of it will be entirely different, at
we believe that sescral prominent gentlemen
arc interested in it. Mr. A. Marques will
assume the editorship,
Whtn .Verdi was putting the last touches to
" II Trovatore," he was visited In his study by
a prisileged friend. The friend was one of the
ablest living musicians and critics. He was
permitted to look at the score, and run over
the "Anvil Chorus" on the pianoforte.
"What do you think of that?" asked the
master. "Trash I" said the connoisseur.
Verdi rubbed his hands and chuckled. "Now
look at this, and this," he said. " Rubbish I"
said the other, rolling a cigarette. The com
poser rose and embraced him with a burst of
Joy. "What do you mean?" cried the critic.
" My dear friend," cried Verdi, " I have been
making a popular opera. In it I resotsed to
please everybody except the purist, the great
judges, the c!asicists, like you. Had I
pleased you I should liave pleased no one else.
What )ou say assures me of success. In three
months II Tiosatore' will be sung, and
roared, and whistled, and barrel-orgaued all
over Italy." And it was.
"They've put me out the widow cried,
I' rcrlupt for some one smarter;
But they shall know, a widow scorned
It worse than any Tarter.
And at for that falte-hearted man.
t ho llio-nh' that he could fool her,
1 hough hoi he firv.il It now, I'll male
It hottei ere ll'a cooler.
If this faUe-hcatted man had been wite he
would hate appeased the widow's wrath and
made a friend of her by taking her out lo
Messrs. King Bros', new artists store, No. 87,
Hotel street, and presenting her with one ol
those beautiful paintings by Jules Tavcrnier,
the "new Lake Volcano" ot the " Halemau
nuu Crater," done in oil. Or he might
hase gratified her by having her portrait
painted by the Michigan Portrait Co. Messrs.
King Bros., who are the sole agents of this firm
on these islands, take order lor portraits, en
larged from any size of photograph, done in
water-colors, pastel, crayon, or India-ink,
whkh are returned In two months beautifully
executed. See specimens in window.
A person called at the IT, S. land Office lo
file certain paper, and had occasion to sign
hit name. His first initial it "U," and he
was required to sign his name In full. He
replied that il was "Uina!."rhis was thought
lo be a joke by the regitter, but the gentle
man insisted lhat It was his true name, ami
gave Ihli explanation of how he happened to
receive il. His father wa greatly dcslriou of
having a daughter, but as child after child wa
born lo him he was at often disap-iointrd.
When the gentleman In question, who it the
seventh child, was born, his father hail great
ho)ie (hit tho desire of heart was In he
gratified 1 but when he saw the joung.tcr he
wat compelled lo ctcliiin: "A boy, a Usual. I
guest he will have to go through life as Usual."
Il it "utual," lit this Community, when any
one withe lo purchase firtt-stisi groceries ami
pruvhiuns, to go to 11. E. Mclntirc fc Ilro.,
corner Foil ami King ttrrrl, sshorairyalarge
awl fiesh attoftmetit nf rt)lWng in Ibtsir
lute of buttons, lcWifg WrvlpfcalU hams,
Innwitnl dirtet frtmi Germany, by t!M-tr nj
rait, and, the new seatun't crvp n Its, as eH
a fisoli HUHtd and tstnund Csiere, Iiittsf but
let aad ctttese a spatially.
Slcnin Navigation Coirip'y,
Mint: II'. (I. riff (Mnlillinil)
MstM Omni 0T'l
WW ran ralitlr Mi, Slwt, ) Kana awt
Simmer I'htiitrr ( I, Ilium-)
ltvvs ffry Tn! at
KaUfl. IJI and WAltTtm,
r u fw Nt.niwtlL
Nawtllotil tf ttr galniflay at ( f.
nlii, tttry aurHUy t( ) a. si.
Ktmitiiniri win itsvs
rIAr ,.. Ommariirtef
Wlfl tun tegularl to llarrHia, Maui, ami Knlat
hael lleetrilaa and Patnhau, Hawaii.
Strillllrr V, It. Ufamil,
AIai as-iky OmiitAftiJcr
heave every JSalutday al I a. m. fee Vi'ltanae,
Oahu, aint llanalel and Kilauea, rtaual Itetuinlog,
eavee llanalet every 'Itietay at 4 I. M , anil touch!'
at Waialua and SYalanae Wednesdays, and antvlne at
lrnotilti flame day at 4 r. M.
Strmnrr ihinir Milker,
Walt ..,,,.,,, ..,,,.,,,.,. Commander
Will run retiitatfy to Kapaa, Kaoal.
.Yrir Itmitt til Ihf Vntrtitto.
Through TUkett to the Volcano ahd return, can now
he hart at tin Ulrica of Ilia Inler-ltlanil Sleani Natlga
tlun Co. Iou7itl and other leaving Honolulu per
Sleanvr " O. Hall" will be landed at I'unahiu,
whete a first-claes Hotel It now opened for tlte acrom
modalionof Iratetertt thence try I'aUroad to I'aliata,
Ihencr by Stage Coach to Halfway Home, where
Ho-tea and Guide wiit be in attendance to cwniey
them to the -Volcano.
liy iiust rpur, Hie rotind irtp can I
titing 1 day and t ntghn at l)i You
'Ikketa lor lh round trip includ
Us- Hut route, the round trip can I made In 7 days.
Oui'Jfi lJsirJ and jinintt $6o.tw.
tor lonitcr tutrticumr. irv
tUnd Mftm NvleiIon Co
Fur fori her tit.rt.cuUr. fn-juirt at llic(Tit of Inter-
J. HNA, T R. KOSTKK,
Q4 .Secrttary. President.
ILDEH'S STUAMSHIH CO
ROUTE AND TIME TAHLB
Til K KlU Alt
hINU , COMMANora
leaves a per following schedule t Touching
Lahalna, Maalaea, Maltcna Mahukona, Kawaiftae,
lupanoelioe, Hilo and heauhou.
Tuelav, August 4 ,. Hilo and way Toils.
ruela, August ti, . .Volcanoand way Ports.
Tuewlar, Auguit it 4. .Hilo and way Ports.
TutdAv. Atieutt it.
a Vole no atvl way Porti
Tueiday, SepiemUr t,,
TuMday, SttHen.brr 8,
Tuer-day. Scptt-mbcr t5,a
Tufday, Sejjtemlf tt,.
i .nun arm way I'Orta.
Vtvlratio and way I'oit.
... Mitoand way l'orti.
.Volcano and ay I'ortt.
1 1 i.o and Hay Pom
luctvuay. 3rrxcmir ), ,
Leave. Monday at 4 r. M. for KatmakaJuir, Kt.riu
lul, Huelo, liana and Klpiliulu j and fvr Keanae, Mo
Iculau and Nuu every other weelc Retumliij will itop
at the above porta, arriving back Saturday rnormng.
'For mail, and pa.enKer9 ont,
Ttti: Kit.A VKA HHV.
VrHARTH... ..t CoMMANDim
Ieavei rrgularly for Paaiihau, Koltolalfl. 0la!a.
Kultalau, Uonohtna. IaupahoiKo, IfaVabu and On
Leave, each Monday at 5 p. m, fur KaunAltaU., Kn.
malo, Pukoo, Lalutna. Moanul, Halawa.Waitau. Pde
unu and Kalaupapa. Hetuming lettei PuVoo Friday
Paauhor Honolulu, arrtvlng .Saturday moni-ng,
S. O. WII.niCR, Pre. S. , KOSEt Sec'y.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Connthitf ami ContmtsMton Afrnt,
Comtt QUEKX fr XUUASV Shuts, Itenstuln
KcRTiIar ,e,s.Iii for tlie porta ol
MaliLo oi .Maul,
Laupahoehoe, Honomu. PauVaa and IHloon
Kolou, Hanapepe and Walrnea on Kauai, and
Va.aIua on Oahu,
Anil any other port when Inducements ofter.
Pront having freight for any part of the ikland to
b forwarded from San Francuco by way of Honolulu,
or Oirect (vhipmenti from Honolulu will do well to en
quire ftrtt ithe Pacific Navigation Co., before naltng
OooU intended for thipmet:t by any of ojr veU
rtceivfrj and itored free of charge i our fireproof
.lung at any tune. Apply to the captains on board,
sitf Manager Pacific Natiicatlon Co.
l-OR SAN FRANCISCO.
c. n outran .t tawrAXY, Jacnt.
Mercliandiae recrived Storaaa Free, and h!zrl tutL
eastieait,si.B laaaaut) llt(1illll MJ iltlkl Ills, TIOIQI
9B Hotel St. aaar Library Bulldlnsj,
riusT-CLAss i)oku nv'riiK week,
mo:; 1 11. (ik VRANsir.NT.
Special accominodAitom for !-ad!e and FmUW$.
Heajlng Parlor with Dally Paper open fur (be
gUCMI lite 1 1 911 K.
Tl. Ccolrt Dining Kuowu In lha dty, NO FLITS.
u-iw H. BAHDBR.
148IB U'X EEBSIKI.
SwitoaH, Cult, Front PUeei,
All warranlett Natural Hair.
UsititLC Hmk llaia Nut.
14 es anil QiiUlnnt Hair Cutting ami hJLlnpo.
ina at tlrrf or raiaj.nee.
Lanatrj Ilalr Cutllac a SpacUltf.
All at 3ar f nwdtco rVlces.
UAIIAXF. WANKK. '
tstl4 I'urt Street OpiKMite IlaJi'i Sublet
LHi.U.rU' 1'KKrKCTIOW TAOS,
l!ODIK-S 1.LITI.R 1'APS
Vellvr, Catt and Kola lllcclt . filtt itulay ra,..
Lea Cap, letter aiti No.. IHricli f rUvtl
ManUU wiwr, btaia stane. a.4 Not
Uveas M. tV II. foeut Lule
for Bttta, iHalereenlt,
Or Tan.1 PUT UP U ANY FORM Dttlra4
.11 rIJ.r. if. THHVJi-x
tlucHAHt Staasr ti.o Fwar firmer Sroata.
r'a.ia'e Asanarte -MOi-iiaai,
KAHKk'S ANtl.MikVOU.S IKNIIOt.llKkS
K.Mxf UsUen.ONts UOJaet, (tart- a&4 litVor
ItijUtrflkM taasaMed. In.r auj Km
(WOertsM lrCvHen, I'aWtTaihil
Saaae, laicuaui Yeel taaee,
Cf)it KuiU., MmU ta J jri.
ueaMHakaiM. tWL ta.V., '
teiMai friitalirrt. rtatitir
tsWut let taritltsh,
Aet, rave, es.,
fr Itrah wl rMk M. THHHMi
Mava.atrlatT astt, (Stssr Siaaar etttieats
Regular Cash Sale !
On IHIDAY, AUGUST Mtli,
I II' ., m m tatetetMm, wfl U ! tt uMleil
DRV GOODS, CI.OTHINa,
CrasWry, Cllatt ii Itawj.e, Cat, Vere, I4U
flaalt, 9uU Cw Wtw tatt Htw, Al,
,ni.v ,r i.r.rnr,
tf .1 urtlonem.
Unfrf UflNW MAU. m . -i AtwtiMi
1he erHfta elAk of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Lamps, Crockery, etc.
Till DAV. SATURllAV, AUGUST I,(
AT 10 A M.
i.ro.vx j i.icriw,
Wtvc'i, IS t.O-0 1st
On fiitiitnliiii Evvnlny,
M H pait 1, we will sett al auction, at the
A General Assortinenl of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
To SporUmon ati Mm
RACING STOCK !
The undsrrientd will ofTer for aale at Public Auaion
on MONDAY. AUGUST ivtir. at i o'clock noun. In
front of their baleuooim. Queen Sttceta unlet pre
vtouiiy dJoM'd of by private faie, itit well knwn
Siird by California, by MondAy, dam Pun, by Nor
fjlv. 1 till pedigtee will b Rivrn at time of tale. 'Mitt
veil known hone i cootideted the faut-t running
horne nrt the Hawaiian Inlands, hating ran a mite dah
at Kapiolani race trackin l.TH with 10 luund-i up,
Atw, winner cf the a mile dath sgalnl lngford, Jr.,
Auifukt 30, 1SE4. and winner of the Kchata Club Cuu.
June 1 1. 1684 TJiiJ ccletrald racr-hv lJ wH olIy
on account t4 owner reducing hbt iiablr.
Aito, at ine Mm time, tne wen known tnoroughwei
Shed b shannon, by Monda, dam Cuba, by Im
ported Aufttraiia. Full pedlgiee at tiire cf aU.
r.voxs t tnvKYt
AUCTION SALE 1
ON WDNESDAY, AUGUST 12th,
AT 10 o'clock a.m..
At ihe Store and Duelling of Ta LUDUVJCO, Queen
Street, neat to Union Feed C01 WarelvMite.
m will Mil liy Public Auction, the whole
CnmprUing In iort a followa
CI .jar, and Tobacco. Crockery. Ulatsware, Two Orgam.
Chandelier, Lamp,. Carpenter's Hench, UatU
1 ub, etc Alto, Duel and ChkLent,
One Russistn Bear,
Dedfttead, Spring Maureitet, Pi'low, Mojuitd
Net. Iledding, Picture. Vajh.ianiU(
TABLES & CHAIRS, LOUNGES,
Clock, lampa. Ktc, Ktc
LYUXH Jt hKTKW,
RS, THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 rtrrt Strata, Honolulsv.
lllr-f.vriB AND OKAUIN IN
fi-.t, AltuehmnUt OU nnd AcftQrt.
Anrjtr ran tub
Wiiiu ar.dtbt LiuiC, '.'.V'M).-. MtMceiii Mxttlrw.
Ilovaid'a MvMne .VtU!r v aU llnd.
Curt kt IV SilL, in all rulcra and nm ;
Hnrb-aur' Unta Thraad, s
Uitl'0. N.'l. MaclunaCvton.
Mitt DftMwtU AViuW Cut Jhftr VutUj-nt
Dealer itt Kinu
Or hi at J SroaTtKfJ Cotu.
SUsJT, I uupa. CAtt
KKMiSRXU H'iUrES in nit !.
SwwxMachin. Lock and (lun-tVepainng leromtily
NQTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
U' ulv pWatsur hi anrtxircing thai (m aJdiiUm to
vr CUNrrcfi'XiKav ani Cak ilvtjUA- w wbl
opntei&AlUKDAV, APHII, ijlb, an
Whldi ha bein rAily nitssd vy li nnt tW hjmMs,
aMKt of wr trade.
Our WuraMaiU UtMjiserVsf natyt waJ
jf gi4ttio crfAM frvtti lW WrtMbuf s m DftirK tn
vtwrNt v ha anas ( "pp)f 'Tgbtwly
triab ptut cream, hicA, Vaviag irauamly t4si
uuUm ba Ui gaaraat a Rrtt-itWa aiticW. ttt c
cquat ta iht moult in any ol tba lv tit tw
ILstjullsdwutg vaibrtk ut lv Ctsit44 ad Ufc-vUl
Ur fumiitSe at ovrri-ettuigafHl M(iattM)fr VatiiHte,
if our trtwW U1 luabytu
VAMLL., COFI tf. CUKE,
oramiv; and viuAwm:Rv
PviUt ivsvvmJ any uy trf4 hswUv 'fWr
UUt f Ct.m 1W fW-aJay mvM U!
wSsOsU Mar? 9 r . Ur-W vn U ,iW, !,
U'r ta. w Irmlar. 'fU .iimm.vhMU pi4l
w t-a iWy '! U M IWwn Ui Iwi ilawiiiil
HufAkf U HWr m tWf W ftXht p4AMMMk U4
Lihal tats real S? aSLaVaUataal SSaaaaBSraasSSa a--- aaalf aa.ssaasjalataaaat aj
" spsr rassasr sssi tiivBia. fatsaif tratsatftaaartBBssai J tif9''lsPjtsstsai
M1LLIR it HALBI.
Irn Hei strtti nr .HntVfu.