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BY C . S. B A RTOW
A l WCrkek, A. v .
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DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
it i r. iiukiiBr.
Rl'BV CLOCK. DA I S.
MSTU CLOCK. tO DAW.
Ba n U-y1. raom, Con ftlov.
ar order op r obmhtl,
CHEST and LOT of CLOTHING !
BT oBDr.K or B B. . TICK COXHL
O o Gold WtOhI '
KB43B AND BACA BROW M Oil,
8 ICH 'I'PKHIOR UR,
KIC K ILL, f.i . . K.. E.c.
c. Bartow, a-
HORSES AT AUCTION !
OH 8ATURDAY. JU5E 26th.
At It O'clock. in
rUi ho .LI.
BROKEN TO HARNESS.
O. .. BARTOW. Aarfr.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF
1st the Mailer m isir Katalr mf the t-utr
:!. Jshs Merit, sferraoral.
To be Sold sit Auction
At Us Salesrsnas wf C. 8. Bartow, ha Howoloss on
SATURDAY, the 28th DAY of AUGUST,
AT IX O'CLOCK, MOVN,
LL THAT TBACT Of USD, BIT I' AT R
IB TBI DISTRICT Of BWA, Oahu, d knnwa as taw
ronlalaiAAg as aiwa C I .300 A C B R. by a reewia rtey
by C. J LTOSS. and lying within a arn '
ri. t it ,!, .-,.1 H.rn-r i on iher- Al fr.ro llor.olalu tn
for tartawr SaWtatwIars apply to J II CONEY, Traaww and
Baeewtor rheMwl WAtatsor to J MONTOOMBBT, Solicitor,
C. B BARTOW. Asctr.
RAH FOR THE FOURTH
A riMR AMBOBTMKWT O V
irtr-e ..ars an-xi-lr I. Tit I.
ftJ EASTERN FIREWORKS!
co 1 1 iq or i
BOCKBTB. AUa, BATTBRin, ROMAN ABD I BIOM
CASDLBB, BBNOOLAS. WHRBU. TBIABOLKS,
FLOW BR POTS, 0ALLOPAD0, BOBBTTK9.
ILVC tiA. THBATBB SIBBS, Ac
TaBsaitA4r wltk Cklwwwa Rwwkwta, Crarkrn
sat d DaaBlc Kadrra.
oo haod aad 9m Sato lo aaantttaa) lo aait at
TBOB U. TORCH'S
. B 'h'r laASBaal a:. -I a .-ar-
DICKSON, 61 FORT 8T.
HA B THR LtROEfT AND BEST ABBOBT
Kou Calabashes, Kapas, Mats,
la Orwat n im r and Yaristy.
aIIOTtORAPUH-A Urp Mack of Bawai-
laa v - an.1 Prirtralta
Always sa Bss-. Hsastrd aa Csrd. ar I saawsslrd,
9M FOR M.IU0. sr
CiTiastewwAJiutiEsiorxTti or hono
LLLC, V lasting friends aawt Btraagiia anwrailr are
asw-tally SsBBSi to attend Worrtlp a, roBT BT
ClinaCB, wnwr. s-rv.e.s BM ht lwg Ml th at It !
oWwswtT. alVstd TeM CsasaswAay evening Prays
li .svi. nVI-wa. in th I-eetar- room, tn which alt are
NEW TOMF ARTICLES !
IK l'DCRM6.vCD HAS BPCRIVEB
pgg LITE ABBIVALS,
MEDICINES AND DRUGS
Very Beat QrjAlitiM, from Europe and the
United States, And the
tHOKEST Of TOILET ARTICLES !
powdci An powuEt boxkb:
BTCM KTCm BTC.
Tka above still ba sold at VEBY REAsVNABLE
PRICES, at u
PIONEER DRUG STORE.
c)P-ar af Tarl aassl Mrrrassl Aau
to. HoriMAXX. y. o.
AM SMElTISfi C0MP4W
JBseral ftlac MIbIbc Dlitritl, Talsre iessty, ?SUte
ShBTe of 9tock for Sale ia above Company.
BKB FBOSPKCTI 8. t
a nsa,ow a.ni
WhL7i7 A W PaUBCI-ACO
! thin da;
FURNITURE SALE !
0N SATURDAY :
" THE globe ho-l- king street.
H0USEH01 FURNITURE !
THREE fJA BEDSTEADS !
On- Fr-orh BrAm-"
Handso"e Bureaus, Wash Stands,
Mirrors, Oi tr Tsble,
Black alnut Hat Rack with mirror
Bngravib:. s. J- h-arl.
OH Cloth, Carpeting.
BiUUrJ Table, 4 pnrfcets.
fNE IRON LAMP POST, dtc, tic.
K. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
REAL ES ATE Oil M ST.
ON SATURDAY. JUNE 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M , OS TIIK i'KKMIsKg,
By Order nf O. C. Riders ritl the Executor the M: J-.J.n
D. Biinxo. will he ff rr-l At iuSlir Aoctioa,
That Certain Piece or Parcel of Land
on King Hiret, Honolulu, and known a
The Clobe Hotel Premises !
WITH ALL THB BUILDINGS AND I M PRO V KM KN Is
thereupon. The Lot routainj one Lajr-e Maiu Bu.Mmir, two
atoriea high. hill I coral aavl la gOot repair, line targe
Bri -k Co.k lloooe. xid Two CotorortAble Cottavea
Tt.ii property is in the hutineaa centre of nonolul'i anl
offer a Ane opportunity for investment, as it moat n a I
ranee lo value ui.-l-r the stimulatinc inOuenee of K'ciprurity.
TITLK PBKPKI T. TKKMS LIBkKAL. Parties aeAiriug
to inspect the property rn apply to Mr. Ueo. C Mders, or
K. P. ADAM. Aocf-.
At half-past 9 A. M , at faiesr. m, will be sold.
NEW GOODS. CLOTHING
FANCY COODS, AC. !
Flne Prli.tt, Maslios. Linen Drill,
Brown Cottons, Whit; Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, "ilk Handkerchief.
Hemmed Linen Handkerchief,
FANCY FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS !
Hairsrd Bt.Jrta, Wool Shasl.
TarkLsh Towels for Rathioic.
Blankets. White Shirts. Amoskeag Denims.
Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Tweed f-uits. I
Bed tldilt. Merino and Cotton Lndwrshirts,
FELT AND STRAW HATS!
Ladies' lloae. Men's 8 ks.
Bridles an.1 Bits, TrareUnK Bags, klc, Ku.
GROCERIES, &,C. !
Best Brands K-rosene. Card Ma chw.
Teavd Powdr. 9rdine, Soda Crickera,
Clothes Pins. Hams, Bid n. Caudlea,
Plcktas, TawscCo, CLffars. Hoe Tea, oysters.
EXTRA FAMILV KI-Ol R.
BROWX Br GAR. ETC.. ETC
K. P. ADAMS. Aucnonr.
HAXVAllAN SOAP WORKS
45, K E V A O . ,
Mantifacttirers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
I.ri Km-. Streri, IlonolnlM.
Beef. Mutton and Ooat Tallow Wanted !
Orator awSafJ at Ira RseMaratwaa'a Boat and
shwe Starr- will assert vrlth arrnipt
ros. i, a and 3,
BEST AND CHEAPEST
990 2m A. 8. CLECHORN t Co.
FOR J5VI.I !
t II K XV.
KAKAAKO SALT, per Bag or Ton,
or i B. al Hsta Cast ap if Bssjsila1.
Cut la fBtOxAOal.
JAB. I. IIOWIETT.
Corner Queen A Tort St.
A OENEKAL ASSOETM I OF
SHIP III niiLEill k SHIP STORES.
Far Male v
UOI.LES A. CO.
Sperm ud Polar Oil.
' K R V 11HKKIOR Ullf.lT T. FOR 8AU
atUaa to aa.i oy
hOLLKs A CO.
FOB SAN Flt.tXC'IM'O
TIIK HAWAII .S I
V. PUN" HALLOW, MATKK.
Min kan ftftfelj ' for toe iketr Part.
F-jT Fribl -T i'sssif, apply to
9t II. UACKPELD CO. AfM
FOB viyi:y. . s v.
The A. S. K. Co.'i Fine Steamship
City of Iolbouriie !
WILL SAIL FOR SYDFEY. IT. S. W .
On or about June 29th,
All Frrisht ioter.4. -i tr Fhipnent per "teaaaer aiiher t.
8n TraDclsct, or th- Olooira will he received in the ftramtr
w Arrboe- Frre mf Msrnr.
The Agents will give a Warehnose-Beeript for sll Merchto
diae, but will l be iepotiih- fir lwa by fire.
yr For Preifht nrl Pspe, to Sydney, N'. w Zra'.aiul nd
MelhirDe. aj.ply t
990 ' i.'.t W r.l. . A.- K.
FOB SAM FRANCISCO.
The A S. N. Co. s Splendid Steamship
CAPT INGK AI NO KR.
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
On or About June 29th.
All Freight intend'd for Shipment per Slrimrrs tilhtrto
Sn Francisco or the Colonies will be received in the Steamer
Wart-home Frrr of lrngr.
The Agent wi I gire a Warelioure-Keeeipt for all Merchan
dise, bat will not be resttonsible for lo by fire.
IT For Freight slid Passape. or any further information,
98 App'y to C BRKWEB a Co.. A(.-euta.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
M R ll A NT.
M ST KR.
June 21 Monday 6 p m.liilo A Kaunukikai both ways
June 10 Wednesday . . 5 p m. . .Circuit, ur Kuuai
XT When there are no cattle to land at MnaUea Vn , an
IT- rt will he made to reach Honolulu Saturday P. M.
XT On down Trips the Steamer will not leave Makena until
7 A. M. or later -, and Maalaea Day until 9 A. M. or later.
Rates of Passage will be
To or ft nm Kannakakai, Molokai...
. Maalaea, Maui
' Makena, Maui
" Mahukooa, Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii. Bound Tri
To or from any P- rt on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip
Urck rasas a 11 tor nattres only .
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKKTS AT TIIK OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered aa taken until fail for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcel
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MOHCI IH'E N DstMAKD!
SAMl'EL O. WILDER, Agent.
Oflee with Wilder A Co., corner or Fort and Queen Street.
SIIIIM'ERN OF FREIGHT PER
taw KHtACBA to HlLO.arc liercliy notifitd
that the Agent reserve the nht to place
the Freinht In the OoTtrnroent Wan-huuse,
If by stress of weather or lateness or arrival of the steunier iu
Hilo. it I considered lust o lo do. Th-- Fr. ight will kS deliv
ered the following dy. or so wn a th.- weather permit. Any
parties who wDh to take their Freight from the Wareliou.e
can do so, bat co dctluctioo will made from the Freight
vVarrtioUM.- Ki. t will ba ivu fur mny M.-rcl.u.l i-e
plACod in the W urthnu- for shipmet.t, and the Agent holds
hUisrlf respons ble for the same a if the Quods were placed
on b-jard the steamer, with the exception of less or damage,
by Pr or tidal wave.
99J lm tAM'ti O. WILDER. Agent.
I03irl 4 A V P0K 11EL (OIOK4B0
EsA OMPAMIA TIEMRA COM
unicaci m coo I-j Puerto do Mrjico y Arizona.
Pata Mazatiao, La Puz. Ouayaas, Mi.-daletia Day, Cabo de
EL RIO COLORADO
Toraodo a La Pax de Ida y Ytielta. Linea K-gular Para Lo
Puerto de M j SaUran cada 20 dia llevando carga a
precitA re-lucid .
ACEXi l AS :
Maaattan Mexico Fort Yuma Arizona
!.a Pal s Mexico Ehrenberg Anxona
Ooaytaas Meaico , Mobavc Arisoua
El pasage se ha reduddo mucho, y bay la mayor comodidad
a horde para pasageres.
Para infonnarse, toeaodo Bete y pasage, oca r rase a
EDI" A R HO NORTON.
977 ilo,' 610 Calle de Front. ian Francisco.
UECl liAR PICKET FOR I, 111 VIM.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
B. V. CBANE, Master -Will
Bi n Kegslsrh bet h eeo Thi Tort aud l.ahalus.
HonolalB Salirda and Laliaiua evert Wedurda..
OSS Sat H. HAt KFKLD A Co., A rent.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
f. BRE V K R A; COa AG KM ITS.
Favoratlr arraniceiDents tan always be made for
(Horace and f-hipm- tit of Oil. Bone, Ww.l, Hide
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Uotton, e tork and
other Bacrrn Port. XT Cah Advance niarle.
0&4 lj C. BKKWEU A CO.
K Be 1 LAB
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
( . HREWKK A C ).. AC EMS.
Mrr-handise received STORAGE r'KKE and
liberal cask advance made on sipmeat by this
(f4 ly) C. BRKW EK A CO.
JG3 T !
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
Iv V MAILE!
I 1. 1 1'.-. MASTER,
Will hfcve Regal a r Ii,palcb fr the above uatucil I'urt. ou
and after the 6th of November neat, until farther notice.
Freifh' and Pasener taken at the trnvnt Rate.
BOLLES k CO., Aeeuts
nrflBtBAS. IT Has COMB TO TBB
w knowledge of the aalnil)niil that eettaln partie
TO rS KNOWN, have aoaliciucslr circulated a report, to the
effect that the fCHOONER KAMAILE. advertised aa a uvu
lar park-1 between Honolniu and the port of Kalaa
Waiaaarn. K nasi, is ybout to dmo nticus her regular
trips to tbe above oamed poria ; now we desire that it be dia
tinctly understood, that the said Schooner is nndcr a contract
with tbe Kuloa Plantation to ran regularly for the term of one
year from the first of November. 1-71. and that she will
accordingly continue to ran to the Porta of Bllsa ami Waimea,
as advertiaed, siirrinn nrcidroli.
We hereby caution tbe author uf the above reports, that
they will be held repcnible for all lows or dsmage resolticg
In coneequeuce of aach false reprtetita-.i ni made by them.
9M BJLl.td A CO.. Ageuts.
LIME, LIME, LIME !
JUST RECEIVED FROM SAN FRANCISCO
C-. Ml Kit V M GIIOI) TEMI'I.IR.
and fur Sale in Quantities to Suit Purchasers at LOW- I
1 M AIietr KATKS. (Ml) S. C. ALLEN
aj KAT. COM PACT AXDSERVK E.lBI.K.
IW Price only $12; eoqair at J 8. 01" RN EY'., Ntiuana
Street below King, or af
sao R RTCROFT
Phase or run Moo rot tws Mojth or ?SBB,
19TS llo-ion li MtisTliI
Jour Muoo 11 .! x
10 KB Q wur '24 aw
is Fet: V 1 ra
.tf I-t Quarter .... Aa
TIME Or t If 1 1 b A E
- Sun rises. .
.. .4 20.S aw;
l aD sets.
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. 36 rm
.6 3S r
.6 41.1 m
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CirT IMtI !MVH.
&ATUMDA V, JUNE 19
A PLEASANT REUNION
TLc .innual Tea Party of the VcBAM1 Board
of RaawiOH on Tuceday evemug last, wae (xrtainlv
ooe M t(.c pDasantest r'jciai anaire mat can oe
imagined. The parlor arvi the Tet-trj-rooui were
used as bssb, and fully hut eomf.TtaMT occupied
bj the porupany of ladies acd gcutlornen, r.ative
and furcigti. Tlic bringiug together of the native
and foreign elements ol the coramuuity fur social
intercourse, stae the declared object of the ludits
in giving the party, and it appeared lo hare been
a eu'-ccse. Annually in the month ol June, the
native pastors and delegate f churches through
out the gi . gather in tfua city lur the purufrc
sjf attending the stated meetings of t!fe Hawaiian
Kvangelk-.il Association. These, to the number
of over a hundred, including their families, were
present on Tuesday evening, and vtere evidently
delighted with the occasion and with the proceeding-.
Particularly noticeable among the com
pany were the faces of some who have grown grey
in the miffsionar3' service oil these Islands the
j venerable Mrs. Lucy (i. Thurston, the sole sur
vivor of the pioneer band who landed here in 1820 ;
the Re. Messrs. Coan, Baldwin, Dole and others.
After some time spent in greetings, introductions
and geueral conver.-ati.m, a blessing was asked by
the Kev. Mr. W.ti.unau, of Kona, Hawaii, and
then for an hour ti e ladies were busy tcrving the
company with tea aud coffee, aud cake and pie,
aud ice-water and lemonade. Tbeec- creature
comforts having beeu disposed of, in uo small
! quantities order was called by the Hon. H.
j M. Whitney, who as toast-master, proposed the
: sentiments which follow.
1. "Tut Ki.v.. The guardian of the civil and re
lijiius libc ties ot' the people." Responded to by
the Hon. H. A. P. Carter, who said :
" Ladies am Gentlemen : You have done me
great houor :u -inking me to rcspouJ to your toast to
the head ot the nation; a distinction which I pre
sume is due to the tact that I have so lately Lten
honored by His Majusty that yird rightly infer that it
would he to nio a pleasurable duty to respond to your
loyal aud appropriate sentiment.
" Though not personally comuiisMoned by His Maj
esty on this occasion, or holding any position which
would entitle mc to speak for Uiui, I know that 1
haxard nothing in saying that He would himself sub
scribe most heartily to you.- seutiment regarding the
preservation cf the civil aud religious liberties of all
His subjects ag the object of His earnest solicitade,
and as, in His opiuiou, essential to the best welfare
of the kiugdoni.
44 We si.ould ever bear iu miud iu regarding the
public acts cf the Sovereign of these Islauds, that He
is not merely the titular representative of a power iu
the government whose functions aud duties are
plainly prescribed by centuries 'f precedents which
have crystalized iuio the eolidness of statutory enact
ments, but that He i, under the novel conditions in
which this kingdom is established, sometimes comV
pelted to lead aud mould the popular sentiment, a4
6ometiiues to interpose the great influence of tiie
Throne as a conserving force.
" Withiu the limits of our little kingdom exists a
social mosaic, au admixture of elements hardly
equalled iu tint world as tlvu gatl ering testifies.
While nil of these arc, 1 belicre, huucatly loyul aud
anxious for the welfare of the Hawaiiau people, they
represent different phases of national life and advo-
cate different mctbuds in tbe work nf government,
aud different social theories. To reconcile and reudtr
available for tbe high ends of government these
active and sometimes conflicting influences, while pre
serving the liberties, and so far as possible, consult
ing the ancient usages aud laws of His p?ople. is a
task of no little difficulty iu ordinary times. Add to
these ordinary circumstances the fact that His Maj
esty came to the Throne at a time of great material
depression and some social disturbance, when it was
necessary, in order to relicvu that depression, to re
arrange the conditions of our foreign commerce, at
the sasne time to avoid anything which would excite
the sprrebensions of the Hawaiians themselves, or to
wound tbe susceptibilities of friendly foreign nations,
and you will understand the grave delicacy of a
situation in which I believe events will prove Ills
Majesty to have acted with that promptitude and dis
cretion which warrants you in looking confidently to
Him, as the conservator of your civil and religious
rights, as well as the active promoter of national
44 But I must uot forget that the company I have
the honor to address is largely composed of, and are
gathered to do honor to, those who represent and are
the ambassadors of the King of Kings and the Prince
of Peace, and wield a social influence second to none
in its power for the good or ill of society; an influ
ence iu inculca'iug lessons of self-restraint aud moral
culture without which it would be impossible for any
government, however wisely administered, to hold
th2 balance among the contending forces which would
tend to disrupt society. In tbe battles of political ;
partisanship, passions are sometimes appealed to
, -. . , - er , . . . 30
wbicn, once arouseu, are wun uimcuity
but it rests with the pulpit to iuoulcat
sons of harmoDy and peace aud good
Great Preacher taught ou earth, and which your pre
decessors in this land taught with so much success
that constitutional liberty became possible, and
guaranteed to the Hawaiians a government of their
own such as is enjoyed by nu other aboriginal race in
the Pacific. Upon your teucliiug I am confident His
Majesty relics as one of the strongest aids His Gov
ernment cau have iu leading this nation, and all who
live under its laws, in a career of peaceful prosperity-
44 1 know His Majesty will gratefully accept yrr
feast as an evidence of your loyal regard for his per
OB, and uf your patriotism to your country.
44 May God bless Hawaii uei, and all tbe influences
that tend to raise and help her in a career of peaccfu1
The remarks of Mr. Carter were listened to with
close attention, and heartily applauded at the close.
The next sentiment was
a, 44 Tin; Cut ecu May it always be kept pure
and holy." Responded to iu Haw .u, by the Kev.
M. Kuaea. who made Eome very apprpriate remarks.
,Z. " The Pbes The handmaid of Christianity."
Mr II. L. Sheldou being called to respond to this,
f poke as follows :
44 Lauils ASBB QsbTaabsBSB : Wheu a proposition is
so self-evident as the one just mentioned.it may be
difficult to say anything novel or interesting. But it
may be remembered by those who arc versed iu his
tory, that the first piinted Bible was completed some
sixty years b-'fere Martin Luther barnt the Pope's
bull of excouimunicatiup, and at Worms, startled
Charles V. and all Europe with the thunders of the
Reformation. We may reasonably suppose that the
comparatively free circulation of the Scriptures which
followed the discovery of printing, had much to do
with preparing tbe minds of men fur the reception of
the doctrines of the reformers.
4'The legend of thA devil and loetor Faustus had
an odd origin. Fust, the German who discovered
(or invented, as you please,) the art of printing, im
mediately proceeded to print Bibles. Before that,
yon can imagine what a serious task it wa3 to copy
by hand all the Scriptures, and tbe price of a single
copy was about S500. Fust astonished everybody by
selling bis at SCO, and amazed them still more by
producing Bibles as fast as they were cailed for. It
toon begun to be rumored that Fast mast be in leaf ne
w;th His Satanic Majesty. It does nut appear to bT
occurred to the good people cf those dajs, how incon
sistent and unwise it would have been for the Prince
of iHrkness to ai-J in circulating the word cf God.
Ther ssst roBed Fust's lodgings and found the book in
sheets lying in piles, and the thing looked so diaboli
cal, especiallv- as the letters appeared to be the work
of but one hanl, th&t the printer was tried and
solemnly Cv.u learned to be burned at the stake for
Satanic practices. Ho saTed his life by exposing his
l'.jt :u -,..t-t of progress, how true it is that
the press is the handmaid of Christianity ! Solomon
vi id, In (be making cf books there is no end '
Weie he privileged to-day to return tc earth mad
witness one of the great steam presses at work, turn
ing ofl from 30.000 to 40,000 impressions of Bibles,
aud the raricu? publications of the tract and mis-
jionary societies, he wcnJd bairHy
t.lsc, is tanity.'
y, ' And this.
' What a blessing to the hamao raos it would be
if the press, that mighty power, were never to exert
ite influence save cn the side cf that which is good,
and pure and trae ! That happy time will come;
bat net until Dr. Faustus' legendary friend is bound
an 1 cat into the bottomless pit."
4. 44 Ora Schools The hope of Hawaii nel." To
thi? sentiment the Rev. Mr Waiaman made an elo
quent response, interpreted by the Rev. O. A. Forbes.
He said :
44 Hawaii is blest with a system of common schools
supported by government, whe.-by every child, no
matter what its circumstances, is guaranteed an edu
cation sufficient for the ordinary walks of life. For
this boon we cannut be too thankful; and we should
manifest our appreciation of it by zealously support
ing the schools and guarding against every influence
that may tend to impair their usefulness."
5. 'Tiie Ladies Second only to the clergy in
good works; and to the Press, in the dissemination of
news." Colunel W. F. Allen, being called upou to
respond to ihl-z sentiment, spoke as follows :
44 It would seem aa if our worthy toast master
failed in his appreciation of the ladies, as ha has
placed them last iu the list of toasts. were it not
that iu proposiug them he places them second to the
press iu influence, which from bim, is a bigb conipli
ineut. 44 I cousidcr it impossible for anyone to do justice
to the ladies; they are always to the front iu all good
works, as instance this assembly of happy and sat
isfied faces, made so by the bountiful supper provided
by the ladies
44 In all history, both sacred and secular, they
have held a very prominent place, and in none more
90 than in the history of the Christian Mission, where
they have added new lustre, and gained fresh re
uown. May we all ever be under their good influ
ence God bless them ! "
Between the speeches, some excellent singing was
given by the choir of the Fort Street Church to a
piano accompaniment, aud also by the choir of the
native church of KaumakapUi. Among those pres
ent we noticed the Americian Minister Resident and
family, aud the Consuls of the United States and of
Germany and their ladies.
Altogether, the gathering of Tuesday evening was
one of those genial and humanizing cosmopolitan
affairs, that make oue feel the better for having par
ticipated iu, aud which in their influences are calcu
lated to go a great ways towards cultivating feelings
of good will and mutual esteem among all Haraiians,
whether native or foreign-born.
NOTES OF THE M EEK.
Oca. thanks are due to the Merchants' Exchange
of San Francisco for full files of papers per Emerald;
and also to T. 0. Thrum for similar favors.
B5F" The Hawaiian Mission Children's 8ociety will
meet at the residence of Hon. H. A. P. Carter, this
evening, at 7J o'clock.
St. Albans. The anuual rhetorical exercises and
distribution of prices will take place at this institu
tion of learning, this evening at 7 o'clock.
The f'o.vcEBi at Kawaiahao Church on Saturday
last, drew a good house. The music was well appro-
J ciated, and the net receipts amounted to about $200.
Madame Ristobi was to begin au engagement at
Maguire's New Theatre, San Francisco, June 2d,
opening with 44 Medea;" 44 Mary Stusrt " and " Eliz
abeth ' ' to follow.
The 44 1). C. Mciiray," hence May 11th, arrived
at San Francisco on the morning of Jane 1st, 20 days
passage. She may be considered due here in all next
No Moku Oriu.M (?) The license for the sale of
opium to Chinese expires on the 20th instant, which
cotniug on Sunday, (to-morrow) we presume it will
be held as expiring to-day. And then what T
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Almy, Captain Gherardi and the officers of the U. S. S.
Pensarolu, will come off at the Hawaiian Hotel, on
Friday evening next, June 2oth.
Po&XABBlAB Encampment No. 1. The following
officers were elected at the meeting of the above,
June 18th :
R. W. I ...
S. L. Le,wis....
J. S. mithies..
A. 6. C leghorn.
A MntUKit on Mali. At Makawao, on the morn
ing of June !)tb, u Cbinaman named Laungee, was ;
found dead on the road, with a bullet-bole in his
body. A white man named Louis Ashman, on tbe j
evidence ot a native and two Chinamen, was ar-
rested on a churgo ot bavitig shot the deceased,
and was brought here on tbe 16tb, to be held for
ftlbnoon. The baud will commence
Square at 5 o'clock. Following
rWTfrtiou, Opera The Hugeuota Meyerbeer
(tew Vienna Waltz, (ucw) Strauss
t horus and Canxone, Opera 11 Trovatore Verdi
Remembrance of Home Fantaaia Hauaen
The Rage ia America Medley Ringleben
Baie Bali- The match bctweeu tbe "Athletes''
aud the " Pensacolas " on Saturday las;, was dis
continued at dark, when the former with five in
nings had made 38 runs, against six iuuiuga of the
latter with 33 runs. Tbe " Peusacola ' are not
satisfied, and have challenged the "Athletes " to a
fresh contest, whicb comes off on the plains this
afternoon, begiuuing at 2 o'clock.
The Alumni gathering at Puuahou on Thursday
eveiiiug was fully attended, and was a very inter
esting social affair. Olur space will only permit ot
cur mentioning that tbe Chairman was the Rev. A.
O. Forbes : the Orator, Mr. C. J. Lyons : tbe Poet
Mrs. S. B. Dole ; that responses to regular toasts
were made by Messrs. Forbes, McCully, Dole.
Alexander uud Mrs. Dillingham ; aud to impromp
tus by Messrs. II. A. P. Carter, Frear. Whitney aud
44 The Oij.' Cob.neb." H. J. Nolte's Lunch-house
r.ud Billiard-saloon on the corner of Qaeen and
Nuuau j streets has for several weeks pas: beeu un
dergoing alterations whicb arc equivalent to making
?. new buiiding of it, and now, with its plate glass
windows and handsome internal decorations and
fittings, it is the nicest and pleasantest noon-day re
sort that can be imagined. Friend Nolte re-opens at
12 o'clock t-.-ltr and says he shall be happy to sec
all his old friends
Aa Lscapei) Phisoneb. Last Wednesday one of s
gang of prisoners at work on the Esplanade disap
peared, having it seems hid himself until night, and
then started off on bis travels. Being short of neces
sary articles of wardrobe, he supplied himself, about
midnight, from a clothesline in a yard on Emma
street, containing tbe week's washing for a household
Three shirts, an undershirt, two pair of pants, a half
dozen pocket handerchiefs, and a water-proof cloak,
were the modest results of the raid. We say modest,
because he might have taken the whole, aad bank
rupted the family. At half-past 8 the next morning
information was lodged at the Station-house of the
larceny, and at 10 minutes to 10 o'clock all th arti
cles were recovered and the thief locked up. Tbe re
sult of bis little escapade was to leDgthsn bis term of
imprisonment by one year
Arc-no To-r-aY The Globe Hotel premises a
Tery eligibly situated and valuable property will be
offered to-day. Also th furniture of tho li.ue.
Tmk Mobsi53 Stab wiil take her departure for a
rfcar.rlain a. deleft- of th Hawaiian Board.
vi'Tak U Micronesia ti . 'ir .' r..
i;r,rt... - - artTJ Iw 1,-H rwv.r.1 thm brie
the wharf, at 1 1 o cIocB n . iusu-aJ ot r.
Our college, or oollcgtste academy. a&Vided in
structive and pleasurable entertainment to a th-oag
of intelligea visitors on Tuesday an 1 Wednesday of
this week The institution held its annual examina
tion, and the proficiency exhibited -by stolen: in
their exercises, would show that teachers were
thorough and wise in their method of instruction,
aad that pupils loved their bocks. The analysis of
Cicero by maidens in early teens was s pleasurable
surprise; cone the less so, that we In the days of a
conceited youth had oar patience exhausted by the
great Roman orator, more than ever his ws abased
by Catiline. We got headaches over the fierce objur
gations against the great conspirator, and tbe vehe
ment appeals to immortal gods and conscript fathers,
whilst here were these conscript maidens smilingly
lisping 44 Quousijuc tandem abuterc," &c, like an
easy song. And wc say this was pleasurable sur
prise, because we were happy to recognise the fact in
this institution, th a oar fuirer, purer, and better
half of humanity, is fully the equal of tbe strouger
aud sterner half in every intellectual exercise aud
pursuit. Ativl happy indeed it is, that it shwald tie
so, and that wheu the sexes are so Mended, as in this
institution, they are educated, the gentler ones at
least, to be qualified in the future, uot merely as
help-malM or slaves to a lordly will but hatps-sirrf
to aid presumptive 44 lords" to fulfill the noblest
aims of manhood Men have not succeeded in this
in the ages past, either alone, or aided by woman
educated apart as an inferior being. The usual
boarding-school miss has been a roniautic simpleton,
and the average collegiate boy a bear with a smatter
ing of Latin.
Would you v. ur son should be a a t or dunce
Laactvioua, head-strong, or aB th-se at unrr,
That, in good time, the strip!in-s fluiatiM taste
For loose cxpeUAC a:d fashionable watte,
ahould prove your ruin and his own at last;
Train him to public with a n. ! ol kayS,
Childish iu mischief onl, and in noise.
Else of a tnaunioh growth, and flvr in tat)
In infidelity aud lewdness, men. "
Rut a-ooci.ucd with their gentle cintcrs and fair
cousins, and all guided ami controlled by a high
moral tone and standard, mind you. us in this in
stitution, then you may hope that your boys will
become Christian gentlemen.
Tbe exercises in natural history were most delight
ful to some of us elders who have sought out nature
in her life-abounding retreats. The oee, the moth,
the butterfly, the ant, and all curious and common
creatures of earth, sea and air, will be instructive
teachers and entertainers in after life to these young
souls who spoke so pleasantly their well-learned les
sons about so many of the unnoticed woudt-rs of the
infinite creation of Ood. With their faithful teacher,
who no doubt loves the subject, this class having got
the first books of nature into their hands, will find
happiness in after life in
library of God unfolded
ransackiug the mighty
In tbe teeming earth, in rock and tree,
And In the depths of the boundless sea.
The class in grammar gave evidence of n very
thorough drill, iu its exercises; ami it was evident
that a iright-minded and painstaking teacher bad
rendered this branch of educatiuu, which we remem
ber as cry and dreary to us, very interesting to bar
Aud alter axweiaes on ihf hinek-board by tbo
arithmetic nud mutlieuiatic class, who nolvod their
problem.-; with promptitude and accuruey. we bad
declamations, composition! niul reading, all
rendered in m superior manner. Emiu t'g De
fense ' WTis ripoken by a bull CtklBBBS youth with a
fluency, oase. and in an earnest and impassioned
tone that would have pletiHed tin henrt of nn Irimli
patriot. Virginias, and the sncridco of hi daugh
ter, wus spoken with ntltnirnble effect by one with
a voice and tone for tragic, nuimated declamation.
44 Curfew " was impressively rendered by a young
oice that inspires the hope of future oratorical
ability. Elaine " was read terffferly mid musi
cally. "A bird's-eye view of a royal ball " was n
capital little bit of original feminine curiosity and
criticism. 11 Character " wits another good original
composition, and well spoken. ' Amusements "
was amusing in referring to tbe incidents of school
recreation. " Lear " was well read by half a
dozen students; and then we llHtened to aa origi
nal composition on tbe w Educution of women "
a great theme for a young maiden. Rut it did not
suffer in her bunds. She showed by her composi
tion the excellent effect of the higher education of
her sex. and tbe advocates of her view ol educa
tion need not fear to risk the defense of the eaoss
iu her bauds iu an intellectual tilt with any of her
uge of the other sex who might advocate tbe con
trary. or a lower grade of education for her.
The whole examination was n treat, and reflects
honor on the President, Prof. Church, bis Lady,
Prof. Damon, Miss Coan, and Hiss Havens.
Tender reminiscences of our school-days were
e-veJred, as we locked on and listened. We remem
bered with love our good teachers, sritj the healing
balm of time makes all seem good; all, however
severe in discipline, who strove in any way to enlarge
our soul with knowledge. We stood up agaiu in the
class we felt the eager emulation to be at or Bear its
bead; and refined by association with sisterly minds,
we felt that we were climbing again the bill of sci
ence, not in the rude, jostling way of the past, but
with courteous and chivalrous emulation as befitted a
young knight who should climb or run, hand in
band with his sister.
" The plear.ng spectacle at once excite
Such recollection of our own delights.
That, viewing it, we seem almost t' obtain
Qur innocent sweet simple ean again.
This fond attachment lo the well-known place.
When Orst we started ir.to I if--a long race,
Maintains its hold with such unfailing sway.
We feel it iu after years, and 'till our latest day.'4
A cheerful, happy home is the greatest safeguard
against temptations for the young. Parents should
spare no pains and begrudge no money to make
borne an attractive spot. There should be pictures
to adorn tbe walls ; flowers to cultivate the finer
sensibilities; the choicest and most entertaining of
books, and high-tonal and instructive newspapers
and periodicals. These things, no doubt, cost money.
but not a tithe the amount tint one of the lesser
vices even will cost vices which are sure to be oc
quired away from home, but so seldom there. Th
there should be sacia! pleasure? :t gathering
younri anu oia arouna toe seranaa ; a warm we
come of the neighbor !., drops in to pass a pie
ant hour. There should be musTc. and games and
reading. The tastes of all should be consulted,
until each member of tb- family looks forward to
tbe hour of reunion at home as the brightest one in
the whole twenty-four. Wherever there is found a
pleasant, cheerful. Beat, attractive, inexpensive
hoiue, there you may b-j sure to find the abode of
the domestic virtues ; tberu will be no dissipated
husbaads, no discontented or discouraged wives,
no '4 fast sous nor frivolous daughters. Tbe fol
lowing weighty remarks cn this subject from a
leading journal are worthy of the most thoughtful
consideration, and certainly point to the true
remedy ot an evil that U becoming distressingly
characteristic of the age : 4- Recreation is a neces
sity of hardworking, OVeistrained life. Men and
women Bead it, and will have it. But should they
go from home to find it? I- home nothing but a
place to sleep, eat and drudge in? Pluinly false
aud injurious is such a view, but it seems to be that
which widely prevail, among us. The members of
th-j household seek their recre abroad. Yield
ing to different tastes, "r controlled by different
circumstances!, they seek i: in different places.
Hatbands and wives, parents and children, thus
separate from one another in their associations :
tbe family unity disappears ; and the seeds of di
cord are planted in the home circle. Under this false
and fatal idea, that it is necesiary to go abroad to
seek after enjoyment, sociey has" become a travel
ilog association of pteBamPe haaters, a.s if pleasure
could be found by thus hunting for It. Th old.
happy home-life is disappearing and with it is
vanishing, uot only the trtie.t enjoyment, but also
the greatest safeguard of our social state. Misera
ble or juilty is tbe man who quits home to find en
joyment. Lost is that woman who does it. Un
happy is the son or daughter who does not find
home the happiest spot on earth. The family circle
is a misnomer, as applied to tbe members of house
holds thus separate in their a-.ioclatinn and plena
ures. With them there can be no golden chain of
holy affection, strengthened and kept bright by
loving association and the communion of the inno
cent joys and sacred sorrows of the family. Home
should be the dearest spot on eirth to every Indi
vidual. There the weary man of btVliness should
fiud his ueeded rest. There tint wife and mother
should find her purest, deepest plea.-ure. And there
children should find attractions stronger than all
the world cau present." It i-i, we fear, too true
that we tinker away ut the evils of society and go
on making new 44 societies " to amuse, instruct,
or restrain our people when the gret want is
EIGHT DAYS LATER
Uy the arrival on Tharsday P. M, of the AsBtrieaa
ship Emtraid, Tap. Bairuaon, IS Says frosa Baa
Francisco, wo are in receipt of papers to lbs 1st
J Wr tnPil l-ratns of in-trest.
awV WaBSAIBOTOB. May SO
Par nro' pr tlsUS) BSrVlDC
arrived, an acknowledged authority has ifsshaa in
regard to the third term question. Prssadent Oranl
has joat writ en the aaoat impurtaat buer of his
public career, saying that he is not a eanwidats for
m-om. nation! will be read with interest aad
Jcvter cv nc tH ly the Atnetican pecpls than any
political d crAient ever written. Tha firm and dig
nified explanation of his silence regard Oft thia saat
ter, will oot surprise those who understand the ebar
aeter of the man who has habituated himself, and
whoa experience has tstight him, to rely upon his
own methods, and whose greatest sunn nsm have
been won as the result of quiet In JepeaiswBS of
thought and ratarv-ed silence The letler l unusually
characteristic and remarkable for the aBasnce of
clap-trap and tbe ordinary rbetoriaal subterfuges of
pontics. Plata! aad bluntly ba gives aa insight
into tbe nature of bis past life, his lore for sha po
sition of General in tbe araay. bia rwward far be will
ot the people, and bis natural swltauoa that his
first four years as Chief Magistrate were m aosepta
ble to them that the people, without imitation from
him. sought an opportunity to repeat the highest
demonstration of their coo fid easts in his anilities
Not a word in the entire latter twald be svased aad
not a word added without marring the oosaaleteness
and simplicity of the wbule
IBSJIB Mil. Mass. May 80 Thirty -five build
ings were destroyed by the fire to-day, principally
leaemeut bouses and manufacturing eataldishaaeots.
The first accounts were over estimated Tbe prvperty
destroyed w . well im.ure.1 The Springfield F ro
and Marino Insurance Company Kara heavily. It is
insnossitile to obtain full particular to-oigut Every
thing is now quiet. The fire is completely out
Brooeltm, May 29. Although it was coafideatly
predicted that the Baseher trial would end about
June 12th, it now seems certain that th mid die of
June will be readied before tbe oaee goes lo ibe Jury.
Lvarts will prut ably occupy three days more, and
Beaeh will begin his plea for plaintiff next Friday.
It is rumored that Beach has ooocludaxl to make a
longer aud more elaborate argument than at first
contemplated, the defendant's lawyers haviag ooea
pied some eight days. It is thought Beach Will aim
to cover every point of the eass in detail, and will
certainly require four days. He wade very full
notes, and 1'illoa rendered valuable assistasjoe
Roach, Moullou and Tilton have been la consultation
every day during the past week and the point mad
by Porter and bvart duly weighed. Au old fiiend
cf Tilton tiiet him ou ths stieei, lust after tbe deliv
ery ol Porter' hottest Ore, and asked him bow ha
managed to keep ool while Judge Porter abook bis
fiat in bis face aud piled epithets against bim.
Said Tilton : 44 1 have beet. ... i to that sort of tbkag
from Mis. Moras for twenty yeaie."'
Lokdo.n, May -J'.t. Paul Boyatoo, who UrtJ to
cross the English Channel in bl life-saving suit,
yesterday succeeded in accomplishing the feat. He
landed Let men Dover and South Foreland at 8
o'clock this (Saturday) morning, having baeo la tbe
water continuouvly 28 hour and 88 minute.
The strike iu South Wules is ended, the awn bar
ing agreed to a reduction of l' per cunt in their
Mr. Moody announces that be will leave London a
month hence. The Dukt of Wellington has oflered
the Riding School for revival meeting.
Londok, May 29. The British Polar tipe.'.utou
sailed from Portsmouth this afternoon to make
further explorations in the Arctic 8a. Preparations
for the cruise have been making for tbe past six
months, under the supervision of Sir Henry Rawlin
son, and the vessels are equipped io the most com
plete manner. The expedition eouiists of two
steamers, well manned by old and experienced Arctic
explorers, ( apt. Markham, of tbe Royal Navy,
Commander-in-Chief. The anlhusiasui at Ports
mouth nt the lime of sailing was intense, thousands
of people had assembled to witness the departure
and the explorers were heartily cheered as Ilia vsaesla
left the harbor. Her M ijeat y the Unpen sent a tela
am to Commander Markbam wishing tb xpdl-
ou success in it search for tb Norih Pol.
London, May 29. Tb revival rustlings of Mrsti
ioody and 8a u key continue to ailraot thousaods of
persona, ana great numbers ooutiuue to Iteoom con
verted. The movement is retarded u most re
markable. Lobdok, May 29. Further details of tb eartb-
Suake in Asia Minor ahow that several villagea wr
eatroyed, and that two thousaud person lost thair
Madrid, May 29. The battle between th Curl
iats aud the royal troops is reported to have ooourred
at Alsosa to-day. wherein tbe Carlisle lost 70 killed
and 200 wounded. Oentral Dorregeray is reported
to be won nded iu th thigh.
f Washington (U. 8.), May 28. Information has
!. en received at lb Stat Department of tbe ji
ot an ict uy acclamation in Alarcii mat, iiy tb
Cortes of the Kingdom of Portugal, granting un
conditional freedom to th remaining Portuguese
slaves known as apprentices or freedmeu.
Spbino field, Mass., May 27. One of tbe moat
terrible disasters in the history of the Stat occurred
to-night, by the burning of the'Freaob CathoHo
Church in So ith Holyeke. during th veaiag Mr
vice, involving the dsatk of CO people men, womn
and children. Tbe exercises bad nearly closed and a
vesper service was being sung, when ibe decoration
on tbe altar caught fir from a candle, and lb wall
being low, the flame streaming up, tb building was
set ou fire. The audtenoe numbrd about 700 peo
ple. Those in the body of tb cbuuh escaped, but
on the stairway leading from tb gallery, human
beings were packed in a dense mass, stmgtjling to
reich the doors as the flame rushed toward! them
Many leaped to tbe floor beneath, aud wcr trampled
to death. The gallery skirted loth aidea of tb
building, with only on entrance, from tb front
The scene was fearful while it lasted, and tbe whole
was over in twenty minutes. BsidS itty-as
dead, there are eaougb fatally wounded to eat ry lb
total loss of life up to seventy-five. Tbe priest'
residence joins tb church on tb rear, and many
escaped through an entrance leading to th buns
from th back of the altar. Tbe priest's r.ailtjm
to keep order were fruitless.
Omaha, May 28 Madam Ristori, tb i ilitilsii l
octree, who is on her way to California, arrived iu
this city last evening Upon bar arrival h received
a telegram from tb Chief of P lice at St. Louis,
Stating a number of diamond belonging to her bad
been recovered. This telegram wa tb first Intima
tion Ristori had of her lose, and found, upon exam
ining ber trunks, that she bad been robbed. It is
supposed they were abstracted from ber trunks after
they left the hotel at St. Louis, and were oflereu for
sale by suspicions characters, sue' recognised as tb
property of Ristori.
f AF ......... At , ... 'A- ' .
iiuumuiun, iy, 4ii. in surveying party sent
t by tbe Oovernment to locate a line for the nro-
posed ship canal across tbe Isthmus of Panama.
having completed their work have returned Tb
expedition wae subjected to uumerous hardship, and
dangers to health, but there was no loes of lif among
the officer or men. Ths early estimate of fc56.0O0 -
000 for the work Is not sufficient. Tb Napipi
Atrato rout is the shortest, bat will requite If
mils aud a balf of tunnelling.
London, May 25 Tbe iJaiiy J"tu special from
Vienna says a person has been arrested in that city
who was bearer of an anonymous letter ooataining
an offer to assassinate Bismarck for a million floilns
The writer of the letter ia uuknown.
London, May 24. Tbe Archbishop of Canterbury,
wining to a peer, says :
I nave oooanlted with my Epfsc,. pal brethren
concerning the Moody and 8ankey movement, and
although 1 do not .peak iu tbetr name, I may say
that the consultation has lrngttafned my views ob
It is impossible not to take tbe deepest interest In
a movemeot which ha been so wonderfully success
ful in drawing great maasea of per-ona to her
simple addresses on goapel doctrine Those
clergymen who have Belt aloof hare not do so
Irum a lack of inteieat. but becanne. although they
rejoice that truth was being urged upon people's
conscience, circumstances attended tb movemnU
which tbey were unable couniateotly to approve of.
1 confesA that my original obi.-cilon hill! remain ;
I lasinot but feur that c..;.nefs given at tbe meet
ings are often crude BTTOrt of doctrines. It is ulso
reported that the revivalists ignore lull Scriptural
teachings with regard lo repentance. I trust, If
these allegation aro tree, that Itb ndly remons
trance will induce the mi-sion-tri. , beu after to
avoid these obstacles to their success." The Arch
bishop concludes by quoting from Luke, loth chap
ter. 50tb verse, and fays; ' I rejoins when Chiist
is preached, whether regularly or itregiilarly. and
trust that the cleigy will endeavor to deepen the
s ilutary impreesfon produced by the n vlvalists."
PaBTB, May 27. The Committee of Thirty organ
iavd this afternoon by electing M De La Vergne
President and La Li-mage and Levayer Vico-Preal-denta.
De La Vergne, io bis opening address,
whicb was received with cheers, called on ail good
citizens to rally arutind the Republic.
Vienna. May 24 A meeting of the Emnetora nf
Austria. Germany and Russia has been finally de
cided on. It will probably take plact at Em.
London, May 24. In the House ot Common to
day. Disraeli, replying ro quest put to bim by
the Marquis of Uartingtou, said tt 'V mmeot
had made representations to Germany oeciing
i relations b-tween that Power and France. "bee
representations were of aucb a nature as to
misconceptions and ensure BOMBS. Euglan
! received a satisfactory reply, but It would ao
the public convenience to lay a copy of 4
poudencs on the table of the House