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" irr--rm,ii liirfiinii BnnHi,, i iMMi amfii m rrM Mia-r win
and Mm J r MurwD, Mr H C Maia. Mr t Homo-mile Mr.
The StUlmia B. Alleu be already begun dis
charKiug her cargo.
i unn idj 1 children, alio if ;eyaiullrr. Mr J Witta
kow.kl. Mr fl MrMartr KrT 1 Mrkluirr, .Mr Manr.
Mr W B alrOurr, VrC KoUli. Ill A Piluou and 1 Hirer.
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. MAY 19, 18S3.
5.rr:i.4r. .vyi3. ib-sj.
BaaiaeM continue to lo fairly good in all tle
partmentJ, transactiona brin mfctly for the sup
ply bf staple gocxU and material f-r plantation
The report that we r;-r frm the mills and
plantation throughout t'ue grout. hw that their
operation are, a a rule, U.iu.c conducted on the
expectation of a fair crop for the year, which can
be lately calculated on in til" of tin pat favor
able winter. In and abont ilvnolula the want A
rain U bein felt, but our report show that over
the Ltlami generally the rainfall ha been fully ap
to the average. Daring the week the receipt of
domeatic prodaco hare ben poj-i. fotin? n;
follow: fif.iAB, 21,'J)H pV?t ; Ria ad I'ai.m,
611p't; MuLAiE.-. W lis. bas- coff.-..-.
The shipments of nii'ar hae been fjaite heavy
daring the week, amounting to 1300 ton per C K.
l:ihop, ami tons per Suez, the Utt r vessel
taking away one of the largest lot' of uttar ever
hipped from thit lO-t.
siince oar last report t!.er-; La- arrived a c.iro
of lumber, two of c al and two of general nier
cLandiae. A Bamber of ve3s:U have been oblige-1 t.j wait
their tarn to obtain dock room, bringing into pro
minence again the fact that oar wharf accommo
dations are not auSicient. The bhip Glenbervie
that arrived on the 11th. ba commenced dicharg
ing. The auction aale daring the week have been
confined to tle regular" list. On Saturday laat,
E. P. Admi sold the real estate belonging to the
Boee Estate, realizing about $1C,(KK).
We would call attention to the new importations
f Mers. O. W. Macfarlaae Jt Co. or beautiful
good which are now extensively advertised in our
Messrs. Williams, Dimoud .V Co.. 'f. re.rt
nnder date of May 5th. as follow :
SUGARS No change in reflned thin mouth.
Cub centrifugal in New York atill quotable at
7 11-lGc for 96 and Manila market remain as
last quoted $6.8-).
KICE lias advanced to 55.23 cash, owing to the
eastern demand aud a light atock.
FLOCK Golden Gate Ex. Fani.. ? F.Id.
rado$l.37. BRAN $U.M i $13.00 f.o.b.
BAKLEY No. 1 feed $1.30 f.o.b.
OATH Good to cheice $1.95 fi$ $2.20.
HAY Wild oat and wheat compress d, 21
WOOL Dull, we qnote clean fall 10 fit. 2. clean
spring 21 f't, 31c.
We are having nnatiial spring rain., aul everv
thing look favorable for the n' crop, and indi
cations are that the yield will 1 iar'. The
scbonr Roaria antl the bark Lily Grace left hee
the J3t'a alt., th- former via F.ureka. and tiie
latUr via Mahnkoua. The achooner Mary Alia left
on the 2d inst. Amongst the projected departures
are the brig Foreit tjaeen and Lady Lampson
(9th) and the barks Kalakaua and C'atbarieri arid
the schooner Pannonia.
Kessra. James Laidlaw ft Co., Portland, Oregon,
report nndor date of April 13, that freights for
future loading have advanced somewhat, aud that
present indications are that a large amount of
tonnage will bo required there and in California.
The salmon canning season ojK-ned on the 1st of
the month but nat much bad been done to date.
Sales had been dull owing to hih price asked by
eannera, $1.32 X. $1.35 f.o.b. river.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H- I.
Scht lahl, t rum KoholaUde, liaa.i. w.'i. 2o;.i
KcbrEiinkai.fn.nl Wai ilu.i, talnt. wil l 3-13 t.as
Heir wail.de. rt.m Malik. . ..;a:i., w.th -.'3 baH
Star IJk. like, Siu. ft Maid and Hawaii, with
6413 pk,- aurar
S:mr I' It tih., Cameron. f:"om Kaua:, Willi
Stiur Mnk'ilti. M.inr. from K x.lm. !io,wltli
10X h.ka rice.li) ba ,a auar. U- bar p id ly
and 14.1 hxf bran
chr Laka. from Kohala. Hawaii, wit'.i 2I.V bar.
sk-hr Kuiiua. frm Walaaae. OahJ, i h 'Jf.J bag
aaar and 'JO bbla luulsw
frar Mann, from Luyaho.-b tlaaali, w.lh V!l
Stmr Jamea Makee. McDonald, from Ka iai, vritu
21JI ha aazar
ll.Viir K.'O il i!i, front ll3a!el, Ka iai, witti -.'.
fchr Oen l Mf-l, from Ko l.ia,Oaiiu with 43J h;
-S-hr M-f'. fr.in Wints Oahu
1 V.-linr W H Hce.1. Uurn. from llilo. Ilavaii
-tinr WaliuanaU. Nelioo. f e . u vVal.na.ia'o.
Oaaa. with M bg auar
.17 Vhr t aterlua. friw llanalet. Kauai
Mchr a.i.ims. fr.no llrria. K.Kdan, UaUu, :ti M
kills uulaMie and 4 JO bair auiinr
)4 Coir Jantea Makee. MrlK.nala. f.uiu Kan-i.
tn) taa aujar aud 'SJ 4 nee
ftctir Khnkai. from Waialua. Oaho, with 411 ba-;
iiar and U la uolaae
Mmr Lrhaa. lytrzrua in, frjio Maal an 1 M d ka..
witn i-l b4 ur aud 1 1 i sriej
H:nr Waiariianal .. Arln. fr.io a.aiuan.tl ,
(labia, wt'b ::91 baa aigar
l(mr kilanea ilou. Sear', from Kabul n, Maui,
with I''i ba(uar.
Sithr .Nrt.u- Merrill. lpu I.ahaina, Maul w.tb
li'.'.i bn vki it and It .bl mo:sis
; i-.tra!i, I nlt-di, 6 day Ifi'hw.ir fr m
S.i Fa !.-
tji b's aUfVrr.'. MIity-. fro.n I'ort Blakly
Am bktu . m-.ela.or. IMtz, 2H ilaya from P. .it
14 Vm bken? IHc very, IVr.i.uan. i2 days from r
19 Am btfuws W U irai orn-.r. IS', days from F
14iB tt tU.u .rv. JiMJ, from 8 au Franci-o
DK.'l UTl' K KS.
K.y 1J8 hr KaikeMili. f r llonokas. llaaail
:hr J'Uuie. for Xaannwili. Kami .
Bchr Hsleakals, f r IVpeeke-j. twail t
H-,'tr WaieU t. lr i'a ikaa. Havil
Sohr Wal -li. ur t'aauaau, Hawaii
.:hr Waima tr H .noajia. Hawaii
.-hr F.boi-, f.r VVaialua. Uaha
Stmr Lehua. Lorzenaon. f.r i.:okal and Msnl
BUnrWiiqi'iil'. iela. for tt'aluiaaalo. Osha
Sour J !! Male... wcUoual-l. fjr Kiuu
J5 Hmr KUau iloa, 5'm. lor Kahului. ilami
dtmr K ,l.'ao;. CnueM'i. I r Kauai
S-ior Likeake. Kiu. f-r Ma il an.l ltawi
Htmr iwalaai. Bate, f r Ma li aud Hawaii
Hrhr Waiiel, for Maliko. Mam
u . w. - - r. r II .nlei Kau ii
8;br Kiuma, tor Koolau, Oahu
18 -8 hr Ka M.m. f r KamilabiUhi. Hawaii
8-hr i-aiii. for Korttlalelc, liawaii
B.mr kluk.diu Mr.irif. for Koolau, Oah
a h. I',..r,,. ii Ivobola. Ilawad
b) :hr Mana. tor I-aapaa-jeiioe. llawa i
avbr Kekaulu .hl. for Hauatei. Kauai
17tur Wanaaaalo. N don. for Wa n analo, Oahn
.-;r tiea'l !uel fw ilaual'l, Kil
8chr Meef.w. ir Koolau. Dalrj
Sc'.r wi Keikl. f r Kamalx. MoIokAi
AU-r t iu'.
f .- : al na Cm .
IS HM S .itralu, r!'-vu, f r ByJ ie
lt-('r b ii .n'i t. ali-r for 8 n I ra icIsco
; Br stmr Sutx, D-Li. fr .-an I rsnca.-o
FOREIGN' TrlADEHS IX PORT.
H m bark Il-r.u tan. '-'t
Missionary bn,- M u.;.,' Mar. Uray
Am bkine Faiy-ks. s
Am .m J C for l.tintlithn
Urit bk Moravian. I'.i.ae
Hr itnir Ma.lra. i.radley. (outa.d- )
Br bk i'acifl!? slO- l-arue
Am bk C U WhHimmt. Calboau
Atu bktne Grace Kobert. Uav.n
Am bktne !hcotry. I'errlmtn
Ana bktne tacrli.r. IMfa
Am bk aevere. liynla
A-n Letne W liwln. Iom.-l
Am t k K:sinrr, Jeuk
Bis uH N'ajezlu'k. Ka .o?ras
.1. EiaMlra Trataa Frelja Pert. '
R H S S Zeatandla, Webber, from Sydn y, Jun . 3
Br bk Letterene, irum ".r- ".
am bk Canopun. from tremo
Bk MarmoJiu, rVlwy. from wcatle
bk stillman U Allen, from Boston
Haw bk Uly Grace. Ilnhea, from Han Franclc. due
Hr ahlp Shandon, from Glasgow. July
Mk Fatella, Poole, from Newcastle, due
Jab. Spartan. Croley. from NwJ ork, July
?m bkme KUkitai, Culler, from Port Gamble
ni atmr Glcnelg. Speech lv. from Ban randaco
Am bktn Monitor, from UusnboUt, doe
Am bk II pe. Penhallow. from P " Uarable
"". ..' - . .1 in-,.. mm Ijlimail
Bnlbk u..t- - j .
..... au Francisco, p r Australia, May U bis jjld
5 ce.-:Uie-y. 43 e . .. .Iter. 1. pk,
Towns a . :r bk It .re. May 14-570.3 ft
.Db J. 11.7 .i J e..J la ter, 1 o M s.,nrfl.. 40
Mrrm Sewca.tle.perOr.ee KoVrt. May 12-WJ ton
""rrooi aaaim , rvr ' o -Vh. aae. May 13-1 IC3 tons
a Franciaco, per sjex. Ma 1J-I W7 I pkr r.w
eefiTflta lrxMo, dry -k1 an 1 clothing.
rNmjia Francco.p-r bitae DUcover. May 15-a 1 1
Wii1Sh"J brick. 13W ak- ft or. 13-J pkrf. dry g-o-l.
Xrocciaw. boota aed ahoe.
Auckland anl 8Jn-y, per Austral a. May 11-130
lbs soaar. uoa vai, i-w
w. iu rrarwi ko, per Oerman bark C B Itidicp. May 16
Z?,2? S?6lTl, Ueckf.14 Co; 133,i47 lba, F A
rlAlZ I S. il.74 lb-. Wlnf Wo Chan at Co; U1.44
Grirabaom Co; 4S.020 lb-. Hymen Broe. Cofl:
Report of tha AuctralU. Tuliob, CooiminJr Di t
cbrrl So rQcl-- j.ilt t! May st 6.15 p.m.: x
prrletjrel ranabi.-; w:d1 ant ft::tr west iter till within
twu dara of ilonuiului tlit-are rn fjorat Nfc tr.i !M;
tbti the lalarnl of Mokkal en t.'ic 1 Its inxtnt at dav.
brrak anl reivJ Uinlnla pil.it iil').:Aita. Time
from pll-jt to pil.jt ilay 16 huura S mmuta.
Krp-rt of tut bk lvrre. UynJa. ms-ttr Istt Tort
TowmfaJ Apnl S'h.auJ fvrthe Brat 15lat exr':"'Dt'''1
weather. hrsvr ,ut.'ivrlf nai- u 1 ra:o. tlir bulwark
tjini ron-iil-ratif dauiaJ by th--a. Iurin the r
tualuj'f f tu? T .va ttiT- -re lubt will 1 anicaluj;
arrire ii tttv irl.f H i"lu' i, r in lay May I f, alter a
paaa- ..f 34 daj.
j Ki."rt of tb Wi Irw a 1 jrn-r. iu i?: r L'ft ?au
Fraai .) 31ay 2ui; fa:r WN SV wial alii I wcat .-T
! Him anl .. .,n I day oj'. hit tb tn t!iy ram an J
J agnail w.tti a Heavy cro-a srll act tQ, win 1 l.l ia
irora urrtW; Triith Jav uut niiliLc bat ulnn ii--
vniwl with an occaaioual v ry l aiit aK brz-: -trurk tbc
tra-l- on ifce 11th May In Ut u '. 1 u 1 '' 3T W : liUt
NNK wuvl, weather Cue exert auuia ra.n, ra aiuvxh;
tbla weather coutmued w:t baffliai wiu li uoiil UavaVi
an l Maul wvre iibtrl on TueaJay moriuru. arriveil in
ll-rti'jlulo harbor May lsth afl-r a pasae -f 16 day.
From rt; Krinivt), prr iu -r. May 12. El' Alain". J
U Uurtz, f rank Uurr, Harrr Vt.n Hoit. II ir..--ly ami
wire, i-l l,w tt. lluh M alillian. J tl rU lliri;. K '
arrjd. A J Cartwricbt, Jr , l.yl Ui. key. lira J K .":uylh
Wjjj -kiunrr, J H Uiw-kiuan, il t.-jr i,--. au 1 12 Cluu-at:.
From Mui an l Haxali. pr l.ik-hko. May 1 Oor J O
Imiiiimi, Hkw A O Forb-. H' A vVtutitt?, C N Arnold, W
Wllcoi, t A Tuirt-u, Maa bavia. W k. H l'rvenll an 1
wif-. Ji W iay, V Kiud and wife. J S:uppl-b.eu. Major
U LKmimaks. Chat II Clark. K H ISakrr. John Markharu.
Mrs Campbell, T V KeiJD- ly.H ilrrbert.J brown, Jaa
ttofrli au 1 wile, Ja ij Uay-Uen, w Khoji-a. . &eiui.
tr, ii C Filder. airs Hrewnter aud chilJ, I. Vou Teiup-iky
Mra 'i hum ton, Mary fcllra, Mrs C il Dickey and sou.
From San Francisco, per Australia, May 13 -O L. H iwe
aud wile. Mrs a Miaa Upton. M liyman, C Ii liragg. Miss
Ua.ikelL, '1 nelcn tc aTvant, F Jiomt-r, t E Thome ic wife,
W J one, Mrs A C AValkap dc child. A A liriin, wif k 2
cbiMren. Isaac Fox. W ii Fatten. Tha May. Frank May,
Vr Jaa Wlirht, Il f Youne, wifa L. 2 children, Mrs II A
Bcott tc child, and 7 steerage.
From Kauai. pr C R Biihop, May U-Hn F.x 1' I Ka
nos. Col Z S UpaUlinj. Cspt l.'UrsnK, H Kutler an l 13
From Kauai. ir Jamea Makec, May 1 J A Sj.-iie-r, A
Ii Swift. Mr M'jrae, Mr iiarduer and 50 deck.
For Mini ami M jlokai, per Lchua. My 14 H f at ton,
Mra K Juiiea. Akanaliilii. Mrs Apa, H William. J Ititaon,
Ii A ll-eu, Autouio ( arvalh ) and wifr.au 1 ab it H ) il.-k
For Kauai. -rJ ii-t M ik.- May 14 V V lila le, (; W
Anl.f .r.t, J Menk? 1. K. Iiil.au. .i, A K II iift. Mr irardncr
and about 40 .leek
For Msai anl Hamii, per Iwalani, M-f H-T W Everett
ON Swucer, K Bra'in. H Merrhar.t, 'J Chinese sol about
F.r KahuTui. jxr Kilaues II u. May I'F. V IVterxou,
C I. alter, W Henry. K U.xiluisu, J 11 hlcllinj and wife
and l.'0 deck.
For Kauul. pT C R liifhnp. May 13 Ilia Kx I l' Kauoa,
L A Andrew. S Macanley, J F t'uleiuaxi. W itre lc, 'apt
lJiaue and about 100 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per I.ik.-l.ke. May 13-W K eel.
Mra Cc kirt, 3 children aervanl, II M Alt-xu.i.-r, Mis li
Kama u. Mi.ia Lizzie Doirou, Mr C ai Iii. k'.v A; ii, ' N
Arnolil, J Hrotherhood. Mra Makalua, Mind t Kauwahi. A
(lerzoj;, F Horner, W II Coruwell, Mrs HaHtin", .Mm K
Makco & 2 aervaDI, L Von Teuipaky. J A i'aliuer. A Sin
clair, K F Adams, W L Vredenb;rg. if A Cns.-omb, .1 Stup-plebe.-n,
W II iVi'in. A Lidgate. O K':npii?r, H Fil ler.
Miu Mary Sylva, U Xing & wire, Mrs J Kaai.
For San Franc;co, per Suez, May 17 J A I l.iimu. Mra
liaut. K Gray, wife child. Mra d K ilaUtea 1. Mrs la
Verue ft a children, W L Orieve", Mih Lata Wilder, K K
Adarna. J II Sherer, J iidge llartorell k family. Mr-i lie.lv.
Mrs WC Wil l r A chil l. Mr t.1 Sb. pparl e!nl 1. Mr f
riiuith, J M o Si'l.rtzinna, K c Mn.-fi l me. W S
ia-ha. J Laraun a:id l'J ateeraii-.
From KaiiKi. n-r Jainea Mkee, May 1H K llariu Uoul I
J Ilia -kU-. C T Aihford and 7 il.rk.
from San Franciaro, perVt'li Irwin, May 19 II Nelter,
Mr.H J A Vhit aud 2 children, .lames Collier, John Car
pen 'er. 1 Unfile", Mrs N Darling and rlnldren, 11 C
Kei J, 11 Donald, aud 11 Kallaclii.
Fmni Maui and Mclokai, i?r Lehua. May IS M l'ico
and wife. Mra Barnard aud 3i deck.
Fr jni Kahulni, per Kilauea IIou, May 19 " E Koard
inan, C A Carter, if W Norton, F (' Green, Mw Green, Mm
W 11 heldun, Ah Fin. aud 70 deck.
(XAKK lu thU City on the 13th lustaut. to Hi.- wife .r
VI r Charlea il Clark, a aon.
DAVIS In thin City on the 12th tuiUut, of cotiHiinip-t!.-p,
William II U.tvia. late of Kailua. North Kona,
Hawaii, eldest ai-n of the late Jndg Darn, aged 37
y.ara and 7 months. Ho leaves s widow, two msier.s and
liumero ja fr.enda to tnoiir n liia 1-fH.
X ommcrciiii tjbcrliser.
.MAY 19, 13.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
! The Amateur MinstreU entertainment ha le n
-HrHned until the evening of May 26th.
Tut: James Makeo is taking a largo quantity of
' p-4t-i oi lKard for Kauui.
Tui: J. C. Ford i U-iiig rapidly 1mWI at
' TllS 'aptaill of I'olice has n lieT crk liat which
i exceedingly liecuming.
Mb. F.dwaed Dowsett arrived liouie ir Suez.
He ba lieen attending school at Columbn. Ohio.
Fo:t garden and veg 'table needs go to J. I). llam
ey. on Hotel street.
T.iE Old Corner Kestaniant Mill holds its own in
j npite of all competition.
Ta". bark Hevere is nnloadiug luralier at Allen
' and Kobinson's v liarf.
i The Moravian is undergoing repairs and being
pxuited. Ouring hor last voyage she austaincd
i considerable damage.
! ; Thk u-ual Gospel TemiK-rance Mcuting will bo
i held this evening in the IS-. thel Vestry. The Kev.
! 'JJrHyde will pre3id. All are cordially invited.
Tub annual meeting of the Mission Children
Society will bo held this evening at the reidene of
! Mr. W. IL Castle. Election of officers.
,' Thk new building on King street nest to that
1 occupied by Hop Yick Co. is being finished
L jn title.
i " Da. G. A. IJawsi ha- removed his oRica to the
ens formerly occupied by Dr. Webb, corner Hotel
aJ Uicliar.i streets.
Thk members of Oahn Lodge No. 1 Knights of
Pvthias are requested to attend the convention of
this evening as important business is tocome np.
Fob velvets, kid gloves, infants' wardrolie, silk
nndarwear laces and all similar goods, si-rid to 1.
Samuels, San Francisco. He- advertisement.
Max Eckvbt ii going away for a short time.
Tatrons will please call and get their watches and
jewellery on or before Menday n?t.
Ox Monlav last the schooner Moi Keiki, which
left this pjrt" for Molokai was obliged to put back
as tho sea wjsso rough that she could not land her
Mb. K. Vi'. I.aine is Commissioner of Deeds for
the State of California, for the Hawaiian Islands,
and General Agent for tho Facin Mutual Life
. Ef the German bark C. K. 15is",i p. which has
just left this port for th-J Coast. CiKIU pounds of
coffee were exported by Messrs. liyman liros. and
Mr. J. I. Dowsett.
Ani why d. the ol 1 sin. "Ituading IJooins up
stairs. Young Men's Christian Association," still
hang up u Merchant street. It is a delusion and
a snare to new comers.
A Chub Analyzed A talk with young men
about the use of Tobacco," will b." Mr. Cruzan's
theme Sunday evening. Services Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
A E set of psstoffice bexes with patent Yale
locks are now leiug made at Mr. Lucas' mill.
They will soen be put in the post office building
where there is now a window and a counter for the
sale of stamps.
Mb. A. G. Ellis, tho stock broker, handled tho
auctioneer's hammer yesterday afternoon at Mr.
E. P. Adams' salesrooms and '-knocked djwn"
good goods at wonderful bargains. X one -l-oald
fail to attend these auction sales.
Sealed proposals for the erection of the build
ing designed for the Library and Heading Kocm
Association, will be received up to and including
Thnrsdav, May 31st. The time ha b: en extend? 1
from May lth.
The lark Discovery arrived Monday night with
the missing mail. It is strange that the post-office
authorities at San Francisco dispatch mail so fre
quently by sailing vessel, when steamers are al
most ready to sail.
We hive just receive I a copy of an illustrated
paper, entitled the l;inoeulo," publi-hcd at St.
Michaels, which ha a large representation of a
I lady called Tji otr.iiinno." We do ii"t
1 know whether ttie sketch is drawn from the phot.
graph of any one in this city or not.
Thk walls ef the new warehouse now l?iug built
I makai of the old Court House by Mr. Lucas for
nnder Messrs. HacktVld A Co., are rapidly raising
the bauds ot a large number of workmen. It will
bo a very large stracture and solidly built.
The mammoth atorchou.e for the use of the
O.S.S. Company, is now approaching completion.
It is the most spacious stricture of the kind in
this city, extending from Fort street almost to the
makai "edge of the wharf opposite the Custom
We have received several photographs of His
Majesty the King, taken by Messrs. Williams A Co.,
of this city, which are splendidly executed and
faithful portraits. His Majesty appears in two
different styles of uniform and in several di tie rent
Mb. Webster Jr.yz of the firm of Jones A Ox.
Whole-ale Grocers. San Frm-ico. arrive.! in this
city per Ana train.
Is our 1j.s: i.-.u we prc.-nted our rtadr "Kli.
a synopsis of Mr. Cruzan's last Wed:ie.day evc-oiug
addre-s ar.d tl rc.uh the courtesy of that revcrand
gentleman e ar.:- able to promise a continuance of
these very c. IU ii r and instructive articles rom '
week to Wet !;.
Tilt Y. M. C. A. building and ctiviroumt ut ate
daily a.'-'iaiLiig a lCvire complete and tinisLtd ap
pearand i .,e fad, however, in front of the
building h- j, and is almost impassable for
carriage?, aa.l no are u'i.id to s -e tint work oas '
been c....inc n.-.J .n it.
A a kit of i.-r i- 1 ;y to abimuU entered at tlie
I'oli -e C wrt on Tnursday agaihst A. W. Ksop'ia
Has deeidcl ye-- Jay. The ilfeu.laiit wa con
victed and iiue.l I'l-rluj.. this will have- a
wholesome effect . ! thv- U l.abitually maltreat
th-ir hordes sad d"i;.
Mf-iiS. Lycin A" J Hs UaVe jll-t rucriid a
ue.v supply of furniture, and are now abl to offer
purchasers iecial bargains in parlor sets, fancy :
parlor tables, eofas and all kinds of furniture ; also ;
musical instruments of all kinds are kept con-
Matitly on hand. Give them a call Iwfwre pur- j
chasing elscwhese. j
cThk new sewer which has been for sometime I
past in course of construction from King street '
Irfftween the premisos owned by Messrs. llackleld
A Co., and those of Mi. George Lucas, towards the
battery to the sea is now almost entirely laid and
only'nted covering. It is something that has
le-ii,uaiitcd,forJseiue time past.
At the door of the steamship wharf building
on Sunday there was a great scrabble for admit
tance. Some one had stationed a native to keep
everybodv out f xcept trioso who had especial busi
ness there, but although he succeeded for a time j
the door Was li ally thrown oeu and the crowd j
rushed in. !
Mu. Ellwihid E. Timsnt, ono of the first to under- j
take the organization of a Safe Deposit Company I
in New York, a iof?mU-r of one of the oldest tner- .'
cautilc firms in New York and Chairman of the j
Hoard of Trade in that city, who received Hi
Majesty The King, as Grand Master of Masons at
New York, arrived in Honolulu Sunday per Aus
tralia. He is accompanied by his wife whom he
brings here on a visit for her health.
Only a part of the iron work for the uew build
ing now in course of construction on the corner of
Fort and Merchant streets, arrived by tho bus ken
tine Discovery. Th' balance is, however, expected
soon on board the bark Kalakaua. which was to
have left Sati 1'iaiiciseo some days ago. When she
arrives Mr. Ltic.i.; will push through the work and
the building will s.m.ii bo completed.
A G:-.M'i.K..i an" Tiom one of the other inlands
came to us the ot!;er day and wanted to know why
then? were no lawn mower kept for sale in this
city, lie had look'-d our advertising columns over
and could iiud non advertised for sale, and so had
s'jiit to the Coast for one. Since then we have
noticed several lawn mowers and rollers packed
upon the sidewalk, ami yet they would be found
quicker by purchasers if advertised.
I'r"ui;:.vmmk f..r the concert at E.iima Square,
this Saturday afternoon at 4:30 p. m. :
Overture I5eIisario. . . Donizetti
li.i Had The Message 1 !1 u me n thai
Peers" March Solan the.. Stiilivan
Ki.-s Waltz Merry War Strauss
Selection Jerusalem (by roquet) Verdi
Two ljuiekstcps l'arlow
The ISand will give a moonlight concert on Mon
day evening. May 21st, at Emma Square.
A considerable number of young hoodlums, le
tween 8 and 12 years of age, are in the habit of
gathering around the band stand at Emma Square
just l.-fore aud during concert hours, and cutting
up all sorts of antics. Sometimes they make
enough discordant noiso to drive a sensitive person
half mad. At other times they actually catch hold
of spectaturs' garments or fling small pebbles
among them. These young ruffians ought to be
taught better manners, and if their parents can't
do it. then the police should take the matter in
hand and disjierse them without further ceremony.
: Mi:ssns. IIoheist Vox Oehluafff.n A Co. Men
day ojiened tip their palatial restaurant on King
street, which they have appropriately called the
' Delmonieo." It is unquestionably the most
complete elegant eating establishment iu this citv. ;
There are five or six tables prepared for customers ,
on the lower lloor, and tho whole upper story is
magnificently lifted up in the most spleudid and
appropriate Htyle with everything for the conveni
ence and comfort of the public. In this depart
ment there is a sofa and cnsluotied Hiairs aud
mirrors for the accmifiodati-.n of those who desire
to wait for friends to join t!:"iu. Mr. Yon Ochl
hafTen will himself attend to all the details of man
agement. A big-handed sawyer, nam; 1 Shaw,
I'a I iii.-v .Inger too near the buz-saw,
Hh saw his mistake,
r.tit each pain and ache
St. Jacob Oil cured i" ' paw.
A strange appearance in the sky was observable
on Sunday evening last alnnit nine o'clock, ono
portion shedding a light on Mauua Loa as bright
as day, another iortion of the district being pitch
dark. At one time I teok a letter from my pocket
and read it easily the moon did not rise for three
hours later. -
Dr. Grossman, t!ii dentist from Honolulu arrived
to-day per Keauikeaouli and has every prospect f
doing a go.xl business in the Ilamakua district.
There have also arrived a dozen German immi
grants w ho are shipi.-cd to Mr. Overend ; they ap
pear a strong, active, and able-bodied set ef young
Mr. Conrad: ha imported from Germany a new
stylo of plow, which, from its general appearance
seems the very thing for this rough and hilly
country. It has not Ik-cu tried vet, but is, I be
lieve, guaranteed to plow through a two-ton rock
I will send you further particulars of it, but in
the meantime feel confident that Mr. Conradt will
receive from the planters orders for a large con
signni'iit. Tableaux Vivants-
The entertainment given at the Music
Hall night before iast, was very well attend
ed and was a complete success. Tableaux
Vivants were the grand feature of the eve
ning and their conception, and elaboration
reflected great credit upon Mrs. Adams who
toriginated the plan of the entertainment,
and on Mr. and Mrs. strong the artists wlio
rendered so much valuable aid in getting
up the costumes and arranging the portraits
Of the former we can only say that they
were well arranged and sustained.
Miss Mist made a lovely Marguerite, her
rival (in effect) being Miss. Storrs as an
Miss Richardson, ns a Spanish Maiden,
and Mrs. Strong ns a Fortune Teller weie
warmly applauded." the last especially so
when she was seen telling the fortune"
(both good and bad) of the charming Lady,
Miss Phoebe Dowsett. Lady Gay Spanker,
(Mrs. Strong.) did not need to be announced
as she looked the character to perfection.
Some fine groups were shown, com
mencing with the Indiscreet Monk (Mr.
Bosse) who had hard work (poor fellow) to
keep his ayes oil" the pretty Spanish Girl
The scene where Faust (S. Ii. Dole) was
shown a vision of Margunte (Miss Mist)
by Mephistopholis (Julian Mousarratt) was
a very liue one the changes being made
promptly and well, and accompanied by
very appropriate music.
Again, sweet Margurite (Miss Mist) in
the 44 Daisy ' scene ws very effective, and,
in our opinion was one of the most charm
ing of the smaller groups.
Mr. Suhr as the Grand Duke Alexis was
a line impersonation, as were the portraits
of Oscar Wilde (true to the life) by Holds
worth, and the Pretty Fellow who, it is
needless to say was personated by C. A. B.
Brown. After a trio. Piano Miss Carrk?
Castle, Violin and Viola Messrs. Yarnd
ley and Marquez the screen was drawn
back displaying the most superb and artis
tic scene of the evening. 44 Pygmalion and
Galatea," Galatea (Mrs. Dr. McGrew) not
yet endowed with life, stood, the embodi
ment of statuesque beauiy aud grace. That
most gratifying of all tokens of apprecia
tion, a breathless silence, he! I the audience
until the screen hid the scene, an It hen a
storm of applause compelled a second dis
play of the scene which now represented tho
statue transformed to tho goddess, and
Pygmalion at her feet.
44 The Ciiristiau Martyr" (Miss Storrs),
was a most accurate copy of the Ger
man Artist, Gabriel Max's, splendid pic
ture of the same name. The picture
(as well as its living copy shewn)
was intended to represent the fate of a
simple country girl, who was tied to a
cross and left to perish from hunger be
cause she would not abjure her religion,
and it was this picture that first established
the fame of the artist who painted it.
A Hcene from 44 The Beggars Opera,"
enacted by Messrs. Purvis and Swauzy,
wai very amusing, and the two sceaes from
Patience." with which the entertainment
closed, were not oulv atuu?insj but beaull
T1k- "M iterial roet " iHoMswortli) was
lead in flowery chains on to the stage bv a
bevv of fair "maidens. There wad Miss
IJeniie Parke, in yellow satin with sun
flowers on a dark" ground ; Miss Pha-be
1) w sett, in erea til colored shawl drapery.
embroidered with yellow com stalks; Miss
.Morrs, in wuite ureeKurapery ; -miss ivmg,
iti liiilit blue embroidered with storks; the
Mioses Coney, tlieone in scarlet satin, the
other m white and lavender : liss Kinny,
with a beautiful. y etubruldeied white
rowd ; Miss Mossman. with piuk drapery,
looped from the shoulders; Miss Carri
Castle, iu white ; Miss Hiehanlson, drapery
or blue aud olive ereen ; Miss Mary iluer,
in blue; Miss Mist, in creatn colored
draLierv. embroidered with colored Bowers ;
und dear, sweet "Patience," Miss Ada
Adauis, looking exceedingly pretty in her
rustu j costume. To them enters juauy
Jane" (Miss Coney), in her striking cos
tume of black and gold, and then appears
the all conquering, the .Natural I'oet (U. .A.
li. Brown), to whom the love-sick maidens
Hock, leaving "Bunthorne" alone with
Mrs. J. II. Paty sang very sweetly two
IHipuIar airs, 44 Ksmeralda '' and 14 When
the Summer Roses Fade" and Mr. T. II.
Davies enlivened the otherwise long
"wait '' between two of the scenes by his
executiou of "Two is Company, three is
We take pleasure in announcing that the
Tableaux VivanU will be repeated to-night,
and we feel assured that all who go to see
the pretty scenes will be pleased.
Midrai Smallpox Patient Drowned.
The schconer Kaluna took out a load of
coal to the Madras on the 16th inst. and the
ropes she held on with to the Madras were
left hanging over the latter's side. On the
17th the Luka took out another lot of coal,
aud as she commenced discharging into the
Madras at about 2 p.m. on Thursday the
17lh, one of the Chinese smallpox patients
aboard the Madras attempted to get aboard
the J.uka. He let himself down the ship's
sides by the loose ropes left hanging by the
Kaluna and let himself down to the water.
The men on board the Luka could see that
the man was covered with smallpox scabs
so naturally, they did not want him aboard
their vessel. The captain and officers of the
Madras threw the man a boat-line but it
did not reach him; they then begun to pull
on the rope the man was hanging to, but
it slipped through his fingers and he lost
his hold and he went down and was not seen
again. Captain English, the quarautine
officer on board the Luka, when he first
observed the man thought he was going
down the rope to get a bath. When he
understood the case, he immediately call
ed out to the first officer of the Madras
to attend to the man, and Capt. Eng
lish saw the first officer and Captain Brad
ley try to rescue him. A Chinese inter
preter explained the directions of Captain
Bradley as to how to fix the bow line pass
ed down to the man ; but he evidently did
not understand them, for he first put the
rope on the back of his head then after-;,
wards let go and dropped into the sea. The
mate of the Madras asked Captain Eng
lish to rescue the man with the schooner's
boats, but Captain English replied that as
the Madras' boart was in the water he did ,
not see why their boat should go to
pick up a man covered with small
pox scabs after the man dropped into
the water ami sunk he drifted between
the schooner and the steamer, but never
came to the surface again he evidently in
tended to get aboard the schooner.
A Cheerful Prospect.
Any one acquainted with the immediate past
nnd present state of feeling that has existed aud
now exists between the residents of Honolulu
cannot fail to note a considerable change for tho
better of late, inasmuch as selfish bitterness,
vindictive bickering, and unnatural antipathy
seem to be gradually dying out. A more in
telligent, amicable spirit, is by degrees, replac
ing the dspernte antagonism which formerly for
a time almost threatened the mutual well-being
of all social classes. Men are 1 egiuning to feel
universally that in spite of differences of interest,
opinion or faith and condition, there exists a
fundamental kinship between all members of
the human family which no individual can af
ford to ignore. The practice of carrying the
prejudice of political or religions fuith into ex
travagant and spiteful extrenfes cannot bo too
greatly deprecated. Neither can the habit of al
lowing the conflicting interests of business or
the arrogance of selfishness to dictate a mean
personal warfare, be too mnch discouraged. We
may justly dislike the principles which onr neigh
bors honestly cherish, but we should not there
fore seek to destroy or ostracise them. We may
find a fellow-being conscientiously pursuing a
course diametrically opposed to onr interests,
but although we may properly endeavor to
thwart him in friendly competition, yet we are
never justified in carrying opposition into a
spiteful personal malice, which only tends to
rend nssunder the natural bonds of fraternity
among men, without furthering any good cause.
This community is too intelligent, cosmopolitan
and generous to foster narrow practices, which
would corrode the social felicity that its present
prosperity should bestow upon all alike. Acri
mony may be tolerated sometimes ; it is, un
doubtedly, useful upon rare oocasions, but it
should never degenerate into vindictive personal
disparagement. All thoughtful right-minded
people must rejoice to see that the better feeling
of toleration and fraternity is gradually obtain
ing the ascendency. Spite and iealice, with all
their accompanying discord aud evil ar no
longer consi.lerd creditable or respectable. There
is a cheerful prospect that miserable old partisan
fdiids and hateful persounl recriminations are
about to give place to the bright birth of per
sonal harmonj' and social union. And we may
appropriately recall the words of the wise old
poet who wrote ;
' Away with hate, since die we must
And rest on one lone pillow j
There are no fsuds beneath the dust
No foes lieneath tho willow.
Away with all the groveling throng
Who quarrel ami do each other wrong
And welcome iu love's gentle reign
Aud let us all be friends again."
Supreme Court Diary.
II. R.' Macfarlaue vs. schooner Jeuuy Walker.
In Admiralty. The Judge was of the opinion
that the Kaala was at fault, in that she showed
no lights at the time of collision. But the look
out on the Jennie Walker was not stationed in a
proper place, so she was in funlt also. The
Court held that damage to both vessels shall he
assessed by a Master iu Chancery, aud paid by
the owners each one-half ; costs divided in the
sainn manner. Both parties noted an appeal.
Petition for sale of real estate, in re cst&te of
P. Wahukane, continued to 21st, at 11 a.m.,
before Associate Justice Austin.
Administrator's accounts, estate of W. P.
Leleiohoku, before the Chief Justice. Mr. Kaai.
the administrator, presented himself, but no
accounts tiled. Committed for contempt of
Kilauea Sugar Co. vs. R. A. Macfie, jun., be
fore the Chief Justice in Equity.
Mat 22 sv.
Letters of Administration, estate of Ahuli, w.,
before the Chief Justice.
Letters of Administration, estate of Kaahe
lami, before the Chief Justice.
In re proof of will of E. H. Allen.
Estate of Waiahi. w., petition for Letter of
MAKING RELIG0:T ATTRACTIVE.
Mr. Ckczax's Lkctvre Room Talk,
Wednesday Evening, May 10, 1SS3.
Nothing could be more beautiful and at
tractie than the character of Christ. And
people felt this attraction and were moved
by it. Wherever He went crowds thronged
about Him. Little children disarmed of
their fear and timidity, confidingly nestled
in His arms, and looked trustingly into
His face while 44 He put His hands upon
them and blessed them." Were He upon
earth now it would be the same. Every
man, woman and child, would instinctively
feel that in Him they had a friend, and
would be drawn to Him. As He was so
should we be. In no one thing should we
strive more to be Christ-like than in this,
of making our religion geuuiuely attract
ive. How can we do thw?
The old receipe for cooking a hare: 4'First
catch your hare," is in order. First you
must have religion: you must be a genuine
Christian. There is nothing beautiful about
"pinchbeck" jewelry; neither is ihere
in "pinchbeck" religion. Very often there
is this fundamental lack, and, bf course, no
beauty or attractiveness in the poor, cheap
imitation of religion.
We should claim all our rights as Chris
tians. There are many true Christians who
are joyless. They are exact in duty; they
bear their share of the burdens and crosses;
but do not accept the pleasures and priv
ileges of religion. To very many religion is
self-denial only. It is a bundle of " nots."
Of course, such a religion is austere and un
lovely. Paul had a very different idea. He
The Kingdom of Heaven is
not meat and drink, but righteous
ness," that these Christians have "ami
peace and joy in the Holy Ghost," some
thing of which they know nothing. And
yet this higher, joy-stage, of religion is the
privilege of every Christian. It is the joy
ous, soul-beautifying type f religion which
Let your light shine among men. Don't
be ashamed of religion. Be genuine. Don't
by look, or manner, or speech convey the
impression that religion is a gloom, or de
pression. It is not. If it is, then men will
get along better without it. Be natural
when you are talking about religion. Don't
think it necessary to change into a solemn
expression of face, talk in a minor key, or
through your nose, because you are talking
about religion. This only disgusts men. I
was kept out of the church, I believe, for
years, by a minister who used to hunt me
down, and 44 in season and out of season''
talk in such a funeral, lugubrious way
about my soul, that I come to hate him and
religion as well. You may say that it was
44 the rebellion of my natural heart;" but
wasn't he in fault also?
He who is full of the spirit of Christ will
draw men to him. They will welcome his
presence. In the long run, the attractive
ness of any church is not in its fine build
ing, or music, or elegance ; but in a Christ
like preacher in its pulpit, and Christ-like
people in its pews. This is not a heart so
burdened, nor a soul so careless, but it wel
comes a Christ-like, joyous Christian.
For hosiery just now black is chosen as the
fashionable color. Upon almost every occasion
black silk or lisle-thread hose are worn. Low
shoes aro also becoming popular and high
heels are no longer iu vogue. The transfer of
light colois from the stockings to the shoes is
noticed. The hitter are now of almost every
variety of color such as drab aud green for
promenading and delicate light blue, red, mag
enta and garnet to match different shades of
dress for indoor wear. The costliest stockings
are now embroidered as before and striped in
fancy style frequent!- with several shades of
blue, bronze, gray, or wine-color. Even children
are now wearing black hose, and babies which
have heretofore been clothed entirely iu white
are sometimes seen with black stockings.
It is perhaps not pcnerallv known that olco
margarine or olio butter is used in many restau
rants in this city but such is said to be a fact.
Much has been naid abroad about this article nnd
in view of the fact that it is imported and used
to some extent, people who eat it may like to
know what its history is. On the Coast there
are several factories nnd an unsuccessful attempt
has been made there to suppress its sale. The
legislature sought to accomplish this result by re
quiring lhat every package of oleomargarine ex
posed in the market should be marked conspicu
ously, po that purchasers might not be led to be
lieve they were buying genuine butter. It was
thought that this wliuld substantially 6top the
manufacture and sale of the olio butter, as it was
believed no one would willingly eat the article or
prefer it to the product of the dairy. But this
idea has proved to be a mistake. Many even
prefer oleomargarine to genuine butter, not only
on account of the flavor but also because it will
keep better in warm weather. When it is well
made out of good pure tallow it is in substance
very much tho same as butter and equally whole
some. And we venture to eity that none need
hesitate to eat it when it tastes well and can ml
ho detected from butter made from cream.
WHAT TilE PEOPLE SAY.
Mb. Editor : Tho Y. L. R. S. is certainly
flourishing. It will, I think, become a formid
able rival of the Y. M. C. A., except that we
shall erect no huge building and have no labor
committee. We may, possibly, open a book
keeping class, but if wo do, it will be only a
nominal one and organized solely to accommodate
a certain member who wants to have it appear
that she, is doing very much for our society. At
our late meetings wo have been discussing the
talents and virtues of what we rather irreverently
call goody-goody young gentlemen. This class,
you know, is not so very numerous in Honolulu.
There are, iu fact, only a few curious specimens.
They are very dry company ; that is, we girls
think so. Generally they have not seen a great
deal of life, and have never been abroad for any
length of time. Jiiuie Toogood is a typical
youth of this sevt, and particularly exasperates
us girls. He is always at church of a Sunday,
is scrupulously correct iu all his habits and
talks like a Turitan preacher. It is a great pity
that the aged, lmt young-of-heart gentlemen
who insist on managing tha Y. M. C. A. do not
resign and give the official control into the bands
cf youthful models like Jimie Toogood. Poor
fellow ! ho is actually slighted. He could and
should shine in every piou.s conservative in
trenched camp of utter goedness, and older good
people ought to give him a chance. But we
wicked young Misses fail to appreciate Jimie
and his like. They are too conventional and
common-place and act ;iud speak with such
formal correctness that one would im-.igine they
were tied to their mother's apron strings. They
are so much afraid of not being considered nice
that they dare not be seen in public conversing
with independent men, who have more ability,
culture, and gentility thau these goody-goodies
ever dreamed of. But these young men who
have been abroad for a few years and seen some
thing of life are perfectly splendid. They have
none of that snobbishness which we consider so
detestable. They are so nearly in accord with
our conceptions of ideal youthful perfection
that is, some of them are that we menu to dis
cuss their eminent merits at our next meeting.
Your Neighbors Mean You Well.
Many a man has persuaded himself that certain
other men arc hostile to him, and determined to
hinder his prosperity. He lets himself dwell up
on this notion until it sours a great part of his
n.iture. He never alludes to them without men
tioning their suppisel ill-will towards him, and
defiantly explaining how he was outwitted, or he
is about to outwit tiiem. His life becomes large
ly a conflict, and his peace is radically injured.
There are many bucIi men, and the etrangeat
thing about them often is that the persons whom
the yconsider there enemies really are perfectly
well disposed towards them, and gladly would be
allowed to help them on. There is far too rcuch
unkindness and ill-usage everywhere, but they
are not as prevalent as morbid and self-centred
natures oUen suppose. The best way is to as
sume that people mean to treat you kindly, and
if you ever are convinced to the contrary, even
then cheerfulness is better than bitterness of
Notice is herebv given that the Ewa lload.
where it crosre the I"a stream, vrill be cloned for
two weeks from this dale, while a bridge i ling
erected over said strt-am.
JOHN' E. DUSIf.
Minister of the Interior.
Department of the Inferior.
Mav H. 1SSJ. apU dlt v. t
Monday, May 14th.
Seven c.isses of drunkenness Wt-re docketed
aud disposed of as usual.
M. Lewis, remanded from tho l'2th, forfeited
bail $ C.
Kepakio, charged with ussanlt and butlerv,
forfeited bail $10.
Ah Koi and Ah Ilee were again rtmauded.
F. Terema remanded from the f'th was com
mitted to July term Supreme I'ourt.
TrKsnw, May 1".
bis cases of drunkemuss were doekt ted Mid
disposed of as nsual.
V. Davis, remanded from the lltli, forfeited
Ka:d. charged with violating ltnlo :i of Ex
press Regulations, pleaded not guilty, but whs
convicted und lined o.costs ?3.1'-.
B.Tenorio, charged with violatiug Kule '. of
Express Regulations, pleaded guilty and was
fined 53, costs $1.
Ah Chick and Koukina (w) charged with
adultery, pb aded guilty. Ah Chick lined .10,
Koukina fined $10, costs each $2.50.
Tiu-xsiiAY, May 17.
One case of drunkenness was disposed of ns
J. Lazarus, remanded from tho U)th instant,
pleaded lift guilty, tiu.l was again remanded.
A. II. Kaopua, charged with cruelty to animals,
pleaded not guiltv, nt.l afti r tri-d wes remanded
until the 18th instant.
S. Gousley chargod wilii violating Rule 21 of
Express, Regulations, pleaded guilty, and was
fined $", costs $3.
Naine, a boy uitli.-ul p.-ueiits, nboui ix years
of age, was com mi tied t the Reform-iry School
during his minority.
Friday, May 18h.
Three cases of drurikenncn- were docketed and
disposed of as ueual.
Kahnnawapo. charged with lu-t driving, for
feited bail $12.
Kaleohano, same charge ; same result.
Kao, charged with disturbing the quiet of
night, pleaded guilty nnd was remanded until
A. N. Kaopua, remanded from the 17ih, was
found guilty and lined $15, costs $4. 20.
J. Lazarus, remanded from the 17th, wa tried
After Many Years.
Captain O. Madison, tho master and owner of
the American schooner I'rithiof, which arrived
off port yesterday on her way to tho Atnoor
river, was once a common sailor. On the 22d
of June, 1S52, he was in this port on board the
Swedish frigate Eugenia, and was one of tho
ordinary seamen who maimed the yards of that
vessel in the harbor of Honolulu in honor of
Kamehameha III. He Ins not been to thtse Is
lands for over thirty years, but during that
period he has risen from the humble posiiion
which he formerly occupied to the command of
a vessel of his own. Ho now bus a wife and
family in California, and is carrying on a very
profitable trade. After many yenrs of faithful
toil he revisits this port with f:elings of satis
faction that even as this city has grown and
prospered since his former visit he, too, has im
proved the time and raised himself to the height
of his profession.
No. 105 and i07 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu.
lVost Offloe Hox :5S.
LYCAN & J(JirNS()X Iiave j ust received a beautiful lot of Parlor Suits up
holstered in Silk, Silk and Plush, Plush and Hair Cloth, Hair-cloth and
Uepa, that they will sell at the lowest prices, possible.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have just received by "Suez " a large assortment of
Folding Steamer Chair.- that should be inspected by every ono contemplat
ing a sea voyage.
AT LYCAN & JOHNSON'S can be
ceived by "Suez," and " Australia."
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Uaby Carriages, Swinging
and Rocking Cradles, Cribs, and high and hi.v Chairs for the httle folks?
LYCAN Si JOHNSON have soniovcry cheap and some expensive Ucd-room
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of small Musical Instru
ments in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS
to be found in this Kingdom.
LYCAN & JOHNSON sell more Pianos thau all the other dealers because
they sell cheaper, sell on the installment plan, take old instruments in ex
change, and lease them allowing the rental to be applied on purchase.
LYCAN & JOHNSON" keep cverythii.f in the "Musi lino.
LYCAN & L0HNS0N have the celebrated Herring Put, Fire aud JJurglar
proof Safes to sell.
LYCAN & JOHNSON keep constantly in stock tho largest assortment of
Book Shelves, Clock Shelves, side and corner Brackets, &c.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Center Tables and every
thing to put on the Center Table.
LYCAN & JOHNSON 1 iave the only assortment of Japanese Vases Japa
nese Dishes, Fans, Screens, &c, &c. '
LACAN & JOHNSON have a large stock of Toys, Dolls, Tool Chests, Doll
Carriages, &c, &c.
LYCAN & JOHNSON h avo the only large .stock of Picture Mould inn- aud
Cornice Moulding to be found in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a very large assortment of Paintings, Water
Colors, Engravings and Chromos that they will sell below auction prices.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. r. O. Wood who is tho
only professional house decorator in this country. If you want everything
j to harmonize, consult him.
LYCAN & JOHNSON, Manufact urc Lambroqin'a Cornice.? and keen Cornice
Moulding, poles and rings in Brass, Ebony and Walnut.
LYCAN & JOHNSON will furnish estimates for the complete or partial fur
nishing of residences.
LYCAN & JOHNSON sell and rent Chairs cheaper than anyone else.
LYCAN & JOHNSON propose to sell all goods'Jiandled by them at only a
fair profit, and not 't the high figures usually asked for goods in their fine
LYCAN Si JOHNSON have the best Sewing Machines for family, and man
ufacturing purposes and sell them at from &20 to 45 each.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have all oo(s plainly marked, and will deal justly
by everyone. Answering all of their correspondents and shipping gooda
to tho other Islands promptly, and do all in their power to please in price
and quality. 1
may 19 wtf.
LYONS & IiEVEYe
Tuesday, 22d May.
13 ai ii U r ii-1 t i ii 1 o
Jewelry anil Fancy Articles
The utidersinetl have hecn instructed
to sell nt Auction at their Sales,
room on Tuesday, May, at 10
a. mm the whole stock of a Hank
nipt rotate without reserve, coai.
prisiiiir a full assortment of Plated
Jilt nnd (Jarnet Jewelry, Cloekn,
Pocket Hooks, Ac.,
LYOHS & LEVEY,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
l ni; Al AM l It l AN IIUIU
W. C. Irwin,
Tt'ItN Kit, Jkl ART Kit,
Will Hive Qaick Dispatch for th Above
1'i.r t leikfl.t i.r l'-!", r-.!
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.,
,u, J,f- A cents.
3 1 a, r ci i ,v iv rr
a vs Tin:
J5est Cigars in Town.
Suoaer or Later tbrj will Find llirlr Vatrti.
myl'J till wit
IN 1 I1AMIIKU. C-IRCTir JflMJE, fKCOXU Jl'pl.
f'lAL IHxlricl. llawalnn l!mn1. lu th mailer of
the KxtateefJoliN ISO iK DM AN, of Makawui, deceaaad.
On reading and filluj the petition of Ci lv. K. Ill Alt O
MAN'.cl Kahiilul.pravinu that the lat M'lll ami Tola
mcnt of hi father. JOHN IK I A ltIM A, of Mitaawan,
Maui, deceased, 1 admitted to I'i-oI h(. and that Iltara
Teatamentaiy ba granted to aaid Ufu. 10. lioanlinan.
It la ord. re.1 that MONDAY, 4th of JI N K, ImhJ, al ID
n.ui., nt the Court-liou.r, in Wailuku, La aat aa ha tlnia
and lac for hearing the aaij petition, and any olfaction
that may be offered thereto, and all partiaa Interval ad are
hereby uotillrd to ntteml.
In uit Judge, and Judicial Dl.trlct. II. I.
I,HArx, May l,JHHji. myl w:tt
WIIH. W. W. IIEMIT, Maui. r.
rMIKT.A!lF.iOK THK 8AN I UANCIKI O IM Kf llAH-
ISU IU HKAt' millet or.li ra (large or auiall) to .ur
rhaae K.K'ds of cviry ti-eritloti. fM.-eial quallficatlona
tor eelei'liiiK Mimical Iinilriiiuuiita, I uriiMiire. Jewellery,
Hooka, cte.; Uillinery, Drecna.kliifj, and I i.fanU' t'lotti.
lug hperiahty. ltcliaMo and ezpcrlenevd la.lie nnder
whoa. mauageiiieiit the Kan 1 ranclaro t'lin liaxing llui.au
haa iiroajiered during two yeara, will promptly reply to
letter of inquiry a. to atylce, urieea, et, upon receipt of
atamp. hamplea lurulrhrd. fend for Circular.
SAN FnANClsro Pt It.'UAHINO JU'EEAl',
i:il I'oit atreat, fcan I'ra uci.ro.
l:T.-r to A. L. Uanrrc ft A To., O'Connor, MulTatt Co
and N. 1'. Cole k Co, Han Iranelueo j and Mr. W. U.
Castle, Honolulu. myll) wly.
' I 1 . XT -arsi
-A j JIKJIH) J'N O. .1.4 tj.
of the lativ.1 Music just re-