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COMMERCIAL AD VERTIb .
COM M IS I ICL AL
sat en it r. Jh -li3j-
Bu-iues.duriu.'tbepat' c-.k ha
tat ihill-r !. n,,,l. ....1 tl.. pr.ict-
r-t.pre-e,,. ..a....ai.l be distwibed
I Many tbr u.pU.y
TLe pest quarter Las been '
amount of bus;a-s t.an.acted Las Le.n
Oar exports of a.mt,t.c produce are steady muJ
lucre.- ia volume each ?- It 1 fir t pre
I1M tUa-, . Ur tL. latest part of the laud
ou these i.Un.U. v.UU fr sugar culture i. now
tern united, the shipment will very ap
proach a nSur. that wdl remain more or 1
TLc receipt. durii- the past wS-k have tn:
M jLi'-Ll CoC packages.
The port L.v. bn: ' '-"' ;
Kic. -2.-W Wi B ; Bs.1.2:iC bunch., tether
with sou, packs.- of ta-t.l leave, and .auJri...
Domestic value .
The steamer City of Sydney Ml here for the
C,..uuMJ.?.lJ ty the W. H. Meyer.
Tm arrival Lae b tL. Lwi- Marshall with
ULr tl.e .!r.u.r iie..' en loute fr H i.g-
kou ft. 1 . Maii-.v. LU. i.rckel. and H.
W Aim. U Lnuiw. ; J--I. '
Iu theato. k lu.t tt.--i La b.-u but ItSiU J
U, stock. pvrUka,''.f fu:0'r!i-lJ.UuS.f the
week in b.i.e ..ire,. Vt eppeyJ tl. f ,UviuK
BdB'kM agr C
,!- -ur o
Mk Sar C
Owksl H.,f -
Htka .Sn:f C
Wiuomlo rJ - -
Uwiun '' tuul....
KabsU SuKf Co
Tt Wiloka ur t
ttruft lUrn l-luttiuo.'j ..
Uwuu bi lei. .i u I
. ... iU"A
Iater-NlaaJ St!ru i!'oa . j lot i4J
C- brer C':un ier. autil- lOi
c.t Uaui ti k C Ui h l iJ
POrlT OF HD4JLJ1.U, H,
t iHIWi"--atar lay; J U'j'.- -0
Stmr Kilaura U rr, fru:i tibulofc Man., With
b"mr Jmmh, Alakc-, iX.U..uall, from Kaait. itU UK
l ki"k!uuia, Jr .tu Waiar, Oabu, o.lli lliw auar
vJ bbla iuula .,
tiur Walinanalo, NVlauD, frum V aiiuaual J, UaSj, .tli
a XI bat a.'ar
Simla, 'aiy 1--tmr
I.ialik-. Kiuf. frJu Maat au I li a ail, with 1141
tatf aiirf, k; LrJ i attK 2 bbla bsf
Ur LiUohuo, Iruut Uanruaula, Kauai, witti Bi'Jba,4
9c br Ebukai, fruut Wjia.u . (Jhu. with jjj iM rit
Xue-Klay, July i.
Mtiur lv.al.ul. Bate, itv.u .1 -oi Hwil, with 43a7
kXVwLlrle, troia Maliku, M. m, with 250big kugar
WbrJrOUia Walker, froiu I'.uiLou. Maw;l, with
Lava sugar ... ...
.-tmr Waiu.aialo, Nelu, Iria .uaanalo, OaliD, 'With
K t batft .uar
Wr lu.a, 4
Ktr Waialiii. fn.iu Kii-.Li.lu. Vau
miir jlar; K t'rr, i.u.a i!ju i fiiii.i, with 4l
.-i.r Urn'l truiu K-la.i. Dauu. 'j I inula -i-
H4, 4i taa ru aa t iw li brau
v.ur Mary AUie. frolu M.lui. iioi.ka:, with -14J pkg
Jar, 74 bMa uiuUa-Mr. au J 4 Li !-
TLarX.y. July i.
Lr Waiuialu. fioiu 11 u im.. Hawaii
br Nttlic Urrnii, tr u LaLa.UJ, ilaul
t riJy, July t.
Es :iut, fro u Lautauveli-, IUall, With Lag
"i"r 3Jalult, li'iu llakalo, Hawaii, with 1515 bifimutr
Sctf 1 ater.ua. fruiu il.uil.-i. Kauai. Hb e ) La IUi
i-fcr Wiu tr iui Kaabau. Uaa.i with ba auai
Mar I.ruua. Irrtii. u. Iu.t -Uaui :i 1 jiUk.i, Willi
fc-r bas' aa.-ar auU MJ i.rrp
tuttalw -uuJ.., July I
i)tut- CoU-iu-Ij, C'alu-i 1 Uay-frjiu !u I r.u -n --j
VouJar, July t
9 ity ul syJuey, Lr. ux.. iiu y tiiry aui Auck
land ufJ'y. July J.
11 1 J U ) hiiijlu. "ui. .l tlay. l.-m 1 alia.
MrJala, lul 4.
fee rtu.c (tirbal. r l.i. 9 iljl lr -ui 5iu t ruvc
T burJa . J-iiy
nutkbCllai r. , hn.k. I- uu r rs!i.i.o
am tl Clau 3(i k l. lie, l.jlil "au 1 UU l.'V
I ri lay. July C
V. Urka W A luy. i ir.-u.ati. II J l. J. ii sau I'ruiii ia - !
IlKl'Ill I I 14 fr..
I wti.. M UJ. , July 2.
rCui C It ll". ."p. 4.u.-rou for Ki.i
tu.r I..LUJ. 1,. u-m. lor Maui aud Mulukal
Cur iilur 11 u. -e.-, t.r Kai.uiui, Maui
stur Mokoln vir. lienor, loi Ku-.fVn. Uabu
t.r ll ilea.ais lr P.ek ... .la va. I
B. i.r kauiea . ill t . HoO-'ka. Hawaii
xur t u.uia. Iroui Hcrl., k.n.lau, OaLu
lueiela,, July 3.
tu.f l.itel.kr, kiu, Ma..i aud Hawaii
Btuir Jaiu.-s Muker. . lvu.1.1 lor (waual
'u.r vVaiikaualo, el-u.i. !( Waliuaualj. OaL j
aWk,r k-Lunai, tor Wialua, UaLu
1 kursday, July 5.
(vLr LiLoliuo, t.r 1 uuaU.u. Hawaii
Irl lay. July ..
ktiur '. at.uiuvl. Xelf.u. t' r ttnuniulj. Ganti
:air li..i. H.r . t. r J. u aul tlu
F. at IO --alrJay, j UU-- 30.
Bk I'.lLarl. u, t'r 3au lau. i-v.o
ttm k-.trlla. lor au 1 rn. ijo
TuvMlay, July 3.
Ship aullu.au b Allen, fur Uwiikuuv
1 Lui-iay, July 3.
bciaf W 11 Meyer, I'elau-y, (or an Fraaci.o
VI r. tlilK S U .
Krport of tb-: Couauelo. Cuia. Master Left Sau
FrauciacB June 15tb; fii.t three day La I light W sVi
win'., and calui.; next fui- day iu .1 -rite NW treeze
prevaike.1, ui-.-eed.-d by lihl ti ade t. iui port ; daring
ia enure vu se tbe kiv.i 3it.-eii.rlv ainootb aud the
wsatber plea.au-; b.T' red iu ilouolulu harbor July lt ,
1 day truiu Hto Fraucisvo.
Keport of the City ot y.luy. li C Oearboru Coin-
nvander Left ?fdn.y pilot Jaue 14. 3.14 pui; received !
Auckland pilot June M, 10 p iu ; ls:t Aui klaud p.lot June
1, IS p m; rereive.1 Honolulu pilot July 2, 1 u ui, 2 cabiu ,
aud 1 ttaera-e pa. Uer.. 2d ton of freight, and 6 ha- ot !
of mill for Houolulu; til c-abiu au l 41 steerage paeU!era '
and 320 too u( freibt for an rrau. 10. nal truce- ta.t
erlv wind the entire p.a;e
The Captain of the I'Uat ..re kel iau.t le.tviug -au i
Francisco at J 45 p m on tbe 2ta of Jut-. For two day i
bad fresh Lr.eze. thso nil reactim p.rtusd lio: hilMlm f
winds froni F.. NE and St.. Arrived oil iiiainond H.-ad at .
ll.sVt p m an the 4th of July
The Captain of the 1) C Murr.y r-irl. leaiuf ?jii
Francisco ou lbs 17tb of I use at noon For two day wa j
Id aiffht of th Golden Gate, witb calm., then Lai SW '
wlBxls and Light trales all the voya2e. J tbal Le wa
only able U sail from J to 4 kuot-au bour Wn-n 4 day :
out. tb 7tb of June, pa .eil the Jaine Nesuith. Sparke.,
from SBiale to Sn Frauc.xi, 153 day out. and supplied '
bar with provisions
Helen W Aliny,fro.u San Frau.isco. July t I .eft Sau
FraoA-iacd in company with the Clau Spreckels at noon :
ob tbe lath of J une; for tu brt 3 day had stroufNW .
winds, tbea light, variable, balB.cg winds for the remain
der of tb pa.a,-e, with unusually calm sea; parted -
from tbe Clau Spreckel wb-i two day out, .tandic to
to westward, while tb latter vessel ke,.t more to tbe
from Maui and Hawaii, per Likelike. July 1 F U Hay
eUca. Geo OLSpalJinu, Hon A K Tingle, J K searle
aad wife. Mrs M O Wilder, Mies U Yi tlier. Ml I.auib. W
U brash.Mon J Nsabi,E 1 Nwbula. H acbuuler. H t Bald
win. P Ju. J Mclanpby, G Joan-ton. J O Carter, T P
Tladaht. F P klaatiDga, 11 Mornaoa and wife, J Austin and
wife. Lew Loy and wife, Mr C Y Aiona and boy, F Kiu
caid, H J Ovood, W u Horner, Capt T Spencer, Mi.
Bra. Mis Bales, L J Liouaron. Mr. H Spreaa and
daugktr. W t Uerrtak. Chan Pcu. J Cooper. I.eoug
Pa, HI Abaua, Kiiao Pake, J H Prince and wife, W J Bry
son. UNtoDt. Kealoka, Kabalehau, Abo. L Lieckev, A
Barn, fc C Fiakoour. O B Makee, V Y Horner. Jr. 9
backer, G VV Co ft sr. W L Uolokaaiki, w.fe and UaU-'ttrr.
Kav t Biauop, f K Titell, F Horner, K d Bug. Cbux.g
Loo, Mr J atLTlu A, Mr M W Kiscaid
From Kahulut, per Ki Laura Hju, June Hon A F
J odd, B F Lbillioywurtb, aui Obed. James Corwin. Ml.
Any Brown, G F M.-Laarblm. F Tillman, W c Jones, u
Mailer and wife. Mum A Tapmdorl, and 120 deck
From Kauai, per Jam- Makee. Jane 30 Hi Ex J E
Ja. L U toU. J H Tbjujpson and wife, a N WJtoi. H
. :)V,CUV Foster, Mr K C spaiding and child, and
From 11 r rrucisro. per on.uelo. Julr 1 J A Haaaia-
Eaad Umily, Mr Taughaa aa cbild, Mr Judge Huran,
a Hoc be
Frwia Sydnry an 1 Auckland, for Houolulo, per City of
Sydney, July 2 Mr J S Webb, T A 9ait, W Benvick, E
beat. Ia transit for Baa Francisco, per City of Sydney
i d !4oDf, T Ldotouds. O Cooper. Mr Y myn-vn. Judge
Paul and oa. B F Ward. J L McLelUnJ VI-. siri,r..l. a.
UroodweU, A 8pnc, Geo L iIcLllnJ, i L Prtaio, a 1
D..., i J Kr.tti.n. J A IdItkh. W Vu-
Lauiiur, Mi. K Wilkin.!., Mr Siaat,DM.n nJ 2 chilJj
: r MrTuwte, Viu-Iiu. Mr nu-pperJ. Mr Gordon, t
I.a.-etter, Mranl Mm l ait .ii. J baU.Mrit L A ,on
! aoil a chiUrm, 11 Iluut r a:. l w.l-. J t ruiiili, A M "
lr.r wife au l -2 rhil.lreii. H H HarnHf'D, Mw
Difp. J I'arkor, r M l'ik,r.i'il Ur wife un.l 2 chil
dru. Mi-a Hr.i.ii, i Vilkinu, J I..riihy,
1. kin-oo, I llowar.l, l;.t.t I t:nli, J a-n.- Eari-, V S Kel
1t. wi:e an 1 Jaubt'-r, John Kaiu, l Junes. Mra h. A Tur
bv A Hrf,; Uilwu, K.bi I'liuiT. I Mi.Iiih. J ilfl-
i t-r'tuar.. I.Jonn .MrKilar. u if- au 1 riiM. J llnuter. I
Ma.t. ri, I ho 11 1!!-', U.m- Dxuuelijr, Mra A W ',
Mi a Hron. (n 1. an, W V -nj.-r. i A :-ia, U l)uti-t u,
Mr aii l Mit u tn o, I l.urU. ir. Mr U irao-I. J Bowu.au,
J ?i N-uuuriKT. Alri riat .u, 1' ha'i, Ml A li Linaau.
Mr aul Mr Wbrt ail cl.ilJ, I J o iineu auJ 2 chil lrii
from Maui anil llawai , per lwlaui. July S t L
Clark. W W Cioodale, 1- A AuJ.hu., J KicharJaon, J w
,uiithie, f liel Ja, Hun J Kali.a, Mr Knairlanl. I
Uvnrican. Mi.f Mary J.ovell. Ahurii auJ wife, JJ klaawra-
i tuabi. J Haul.-, aud iJ Jefk ... -r
ftrt L C Marur, I rum 4ii lrinnCJ, July i
Y Statilv, II " tuly. K Irilliaru. t' T baker, A A Milla. H
f vVnii A Wili:a. Mm A A Willi
Kr..tn Lahaiua. jr Netne M-rnll. July 5 M-t-r A
Tuitn. Arthur Webb, ml Caft K L Bobbin
r r .ui San Krati pr Hclrn VV Aluiy,July 6 Mrs J
Kbvrhardt. Mr T vui k. H yiuck. Julian Quick, JOHej.li
Qui. k, Janice Quick, W b lJary ami wile, H Umrt. S Nor
rts Capt Hemeruaa. C Ueiu'inua. U J HMsemiu, J
b-irk. U f"bambrlaiu
ir-jtn .Maui aaJ. Molckat, jmt I-Lua. July A Buchan
an. M:-a N Kvb.a-ioii, Abu. Ah'.uj au 1 wif. and .IS deck
Fur 9a u Hrau. i.o. p r J S'ityof S Jney, J uly 2 W
JuD-i, J U Fuur au I if--, Mr. st.lt U U Junau. Pror
A Pra't. A tVruau lex anJ wif, L For J. F M Kerr, tt F
Weil.. O Ku'bvuilJ. Fruf HciuUrraol Wife. A thlern
aa J wile, fc H jar J auJ i -, Mr. LeUxrer and hil 1, Mra
r itbal and child, I. AUu.ar. M Oarlauour. Mr Tiufc-1,
Mra J Pratt. T lillmauu, -jeu spauUii-. Mr I'uwer, Mr
Raarla and wifa. MrH'.p r iulJvL'er, Mr KiucaiJ
I. btctd-T, t apt Waltar. Mia- A Movie, Ur Mararalla, 11
Mrn.ri aud wifr. Mr Pre.tou. H S. bua.ter. W Nuwer
dm, C F llurur, 4 M 1 :omipvu and wife. H J Hocrk, A
F. ilarn:.-r. I i nmwu, iu- buy. J 3 Ku-. -I. I l Mjr
A 12 Ja-'Kanier M l.-.n. J .b. y, I Wr.cb. al
Un.b.i II -rin,', ir , PJrnv.u.J Uu. lii.ruut, W
.Nudey, M l-.rn, J Kiu, W 1" Mi key. J Mevcr. L riuith
oJ'L.ll. I. Wbilii'V, T H i!j uu. N bra'.aai.u,
iu.lL, 1 Ander-ou, A Li I -f a:. 1 wile, J K Mey( r. Loui
l .rKaLu.u, p.-r KnaJ'i ll-m. July 2 M'U Obed.
B-.rchirevmk, W 1 Hrutvioi L, M r J A II aufor.i V N
:naw, Mi.a A -S. !.n, Mi. J faiiuaka uaikai. aul about iJ
fur Ma. u an 1 l .lukai, p-r I....ia. July -2 - I Le- Meyer,
J Mi... M . ' urr...tJ, Mi. Fute.. Mr. M KiU;?, It tattuUj
Mi. Kahuna. J M..- Harper. Mi-e. Meyer, J W
l.a.iJ-'U, auJ a'.u'. derk
tur Kaua , pel I" it Hiohop. Jul 2-il P l'.;.ni, Huu J
Kauai. Mr. r M .-iiu-w.n. I. H Mvii, Jli K ite l!uir, li
. W il.-ui, L I it. tub au 1 aru.-, N A Ifc.yle, vir. brede and
i cbilJreu. A apilluer, J K--l aud abou 'li derk
rur Maui and ilaan, per l.ik.like. July 3 i W Dauxju.
V V II wrner. J ba, W Y li -ruer. Jr. A llrowu, n F
CLilht.w..nb. t P H.-;.u., lr- Cuabinbaui auJ '2rhild-rt-u.
'1' J Tltznll, A broi-v, J o -rper, I AfoUK. 11 uu J W
ta.ua. C U Maaee, W p.l2. Mr T 11 Uubrun, Mr S A
Ir.ur.t'.u. W F l.ove, W i T A Salt. i. Kekua, Mr
S.uciair au J .uu. 1 1. Fi.libuu: ue. A brue, Vlrs si la Nabau
laluaaud 1 iLil Ireu. J Mclauphy, I. A tudrew. J Low,
L. .' L'uleiuau, 1'Lu i I.u. kiiuiu Pake
iir K'uai, per JaiL w Makkee. July 3 W O Irwiu, A A
Muntauo, J lai'kie, .vli.h Carter, Mr Grant, and about
lor Maul au 1 H i 'ii. -r I isiaji, I uly C Uiijht Rt v
bih.j. Willi U W it .jdal.-. W Fu.ter, lr K II fliacher
and . li.ld, C;.t '. - ra'.", S 1. l -.!i, axl auj.it 12.V deck
- I M PMK I S.
trout Syduev and Aui klauJ, per t'lty ot Sdm-y, July 2
2 c pliul-, Mr l.ui r; IM iki p.tat ie-., Maclarlaue ii Co;
Ot ak potatoes, U K M. Iutte X o: i ca per tff.rvrIM, P Peu
1. k; I c. iud.e. A V,' Kirbard'iou; Cjik pcltji. utJer; 65
aka potato., 11 ! A' IV; v . - bop bitter, iiuhi.ter i
Co; 1 advl liiat.er. Uoll.Hter .- i
Iroui Port I uAU.ru I, per ijzie M ir.iiall, July S 407 -C44
It ruu;li lu-uber, l.Jj,lu it dre: ed I : ub-.r, ol"j pick
et J, 112 M biugl.
Per n S tilen-'., Ir-iiu ii 1 ruciwcii, Ji 4th
For 11 .u'kou-;. 'J-'.VI lWi. t-.i Honolulu. 11 f mail
P.-r 1. lau pi'.-. k.l, troiu bau Fiuuclco, Ju 5 25
pkg ir u, 7 l.x. .bo... 6 c b trdvrarr, H fi si.ldlery, 5 blla
broi.ru., lo bx. uap. 3 c oil. 2 ln. 110 cs canned
good.-.. 2i dried truitx, I L it ..aluiuu, 20 bs saraine. 2
bk. pi' feaf. 5 bx Lain, 1 pkrf Wbrel., 12 tank, g Ho
lme, 1774 k barley. 31 p. pipiuj." 2 bdl fork, I'lO ca
wiu.ky, 2 Kk. bran, S't bbN litue, tum bag. fli.ur. 4 bdl
papt-r, 1 c eff ft, 1 bx potatoes, lu k ont.-. 1 l.dle w.re
ciotb, 4 bx iruit. ll'i bdl b.ir. C3 ks beau. '20 bx bread,
Jjti ski iraiu, potaioeo and bi-au, 1 bx nju-ic, 1 bx carria
ir., ti bl rattaui, d r. furniture. 2 c. i-iar, 24 bx fi.b,
.-rate, vegetable.. 2 c dry tf.o 1. 3 bLl. beef, 1..3 pki
t.l 1 ' material, V k-'. saluiou, 472 .k. Iwn- tu-al 3J pk-j.
Pci U Murray, fruui San Frauciico, July S 3Ji
I k.-. lead and paint-, 14 pk.. laarbb-, 11 - bout and
U-f ... 1 bul rubber belii.iij, 2-". bxs tubac , 3 bxi cork, MtO
..barley, tio bai;. tlur, 2 1 c luruiture. S ca nvwinf uia
.U.um, 0o,iJO brirk, 2UJ bbi-i lnue, 100 .k Oatrt, u yeast
ponder j( appb. 37a Ull bay. tins raxl lead, 14
pite. 7 tl.l ceuient, 223 cm bottln.-, 20 pk wagon, lvi
a.', pruvi.iim.. 2 c boot", 1 dry Kood., 4" bx. potatoe
a:iJ oinou., 3-1 c .Iru'yy. 2A k lead, 4 c. Hiatii.uery, 74
c. rw-uai-, 21 c. -. iiig tiiacl.iue. 2 bx caudle, 8oC ca
gro. eri-f. 12 i buux'bold ellei t.. u bale paper, 1 bx clot b
iu. 1 bx inrdii-iiie, 2 l.x brittle., 70 c furuilure, loo ca
bread. 4'W bdl. .Liii'l. :m .k brau, 457 poM
From u l ru, iu, per lleleu W Almy.July C 250 k
oat., 28 .k rorii, 40 Mk wheat, J k beau. 50 ak 10 crate
potatoe, 5 sk uuiouh, -2 buli-4 leather, t bx shoe uail, 397
.k barley. 44 k. I. ran. 5o.k. ;jrouu I barli-y, 50 kf uiid
Jlio.'., 41 .k oil cake, 142 bdl itay, 4 c amiuuuia, 20 bx
bottle, 2 c metal, i c. w-aou., 2 c buggic, 2 pkgs shaft.
'. baj Hour, 27 c cra.'ker, 1 L il' sliriui;., 1 uiac fisb, 4
bx be.-f, 7 cane, rui al, c Haluiou. 22 pi.'i lard, 2 c tur-pentiui-.
7 c paint au 1 varni.h, 1 c addh-ry, 1 c toe9, 1
c liaby carriage., j k malt. 5 c hardware, 5 c uiilk, 5
rt rbeese. 4 kit .aluiou bellie, 20 bbl cau.tio H.ida, 30,C 'Mi
tiri. ka, C'l hou. 4 (O.uoo shingle-, 4021 ft cedar. 1 bx netjs,
4 pkt door. '-"J pkg wlti low-i. 2 pkc blind, 11 pkin
tran-K.iu. - irou ca-tlns II c plaiU-r decoration., 144
door, 122 . 1 xreivlit., 24 pkg .tair, 3 bx glaaa, 3 bin
fla.b cord, 1 ) r (!- leatber. 24 bale oakum, 12 pc lumber.
1 JU bbl liuie, 5U0 ledwiMMl o-.t..
lot it.D Irancivo. -r Lk F.tella, June 3u)i Huar
CS".015 lb., W G Irwiu A 1 o. a'22,4at U.M, T U liavit-s i L'o;
value, douie.tii-, il04 O.-l' 4'i
l r -an l i u. i vj, -r t.k a.luri. u, Jun- So Suar
5l."..'l !.. fi.tle aV Cooke. 101,132 lb, WilJ.ri Co. 51,
."il 1L, H A W 1 Jein.u i; '..i.ouo it, ii W Maclarlaue k Co.
Kite 31 .1.2 t ib- Pad I.- W2 pkg. J 'I' Waterboue. UU9
iliie-. 1,244 .baep kiu-. .1 fit akin. 7iO IN tallow,
Vict I.e. uey A Son: value, douie-tlc, i7(J,27'J 64
r.u hju Francis.-.., i-er City of Sydney. July 2 Suar
42l.i:i lb., da. Al Id A I-... I'.ice 531W lb., U J Ulesou ;
llti,lKi lb', I.UU2 X Co. Pa. My 11G,C47 It. Griu-
Luui k lu. 10 - betel I- iv ... 1203 b. h. bauauaa. 7 cs
.uuJfie; value, d j.umli, , tM .Sii 5o
tvr v 11 Meyer, i- r S4.1 t'iaui iu-o, July 5 Cos. J baa
sugar, 7o.i ton, value, d.uut .tic. f l.i.l 12 y7
on lb- 2hIi nil
Mr Yt-.K-lu tin city
to the wife of
Hrniylt Vlryer a ilaui;Ltrr
Tl I C MB KKK 1.1 in lb. lity, ou tu- 3Ua ult., at the
re.ideuce of 11 L. Sbrl loii. the bride' uncle, by the
liev. 11. II. Parker, lui i"it. o:ub. y.iuugeH sou of tb
late C'barle Tit.-oiul.. f l.ibu.-, Kauai, to Mi, liauoah
belduu Kekei, of thi city.
SPK 'ER 1 1 i'COMU Iu tb: c.ty. 011 tbe Hub ult., at
the Kouiau C itlulic Catbedi al. by tb,- Kibt Kev. Ui.hop
of Ulba. Jobu ?M-u.-er of tbi city, to Mi. An felloe I it
, comb, fjurth daubter l la? lare C'baiK-a 1 iii omb, ot
UOS;M AN bOYl In tin city, July 4th, at the resi
deu. e of Mi. 1. A l.. il. by tbr lt.-v. .4. .1 aokuitosb,
Kicbard Norman M..iiii. -l lent u of T. J. Moa.
u.au. I..Q., to Mi Sa. ab Kaleiuiiiku lioyd. third daugh
ter of the late 11U. K. 11. lii.y.l.
t'KO'.NINiilil K At Wa liik-i, Maui, ou June 30t!i,
lsrfj. l.uiuia, wife of David. 1 rowuiu'burt, ae.l 43 year.
She ieatt u huil-aud aud three children to mourn the
lo. of b kind wile and an a:l.-. t.onale uiothi r.
PKRKV -lu tbi city, inly ".tu, l.illiau Mary, beloved
daughter of Jo-M-ph aul M. K. P. rry, aed lonioutha and
SATURDAY JULY 7, 1833.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
"Heaveti." will be the subject of Mr. C'ruzan'i
lecture- uu SnuJay evcuiiig.
The I). C Marriy brin Jowu eiht Lor? con
igueil to Me.irs. F. A. Schaefer Jt Co.
Seventeen per. oil who gut exhilarated on th
Fourth paid tin- penalty of their misdeed Thurs
day at the Police Court.
At the Supreme Court Thursday, a Hawaiian
jury was empaneled aud Francisco Ferreira, who
pleaded guilty to a charge of rape was sentenced to
two year's imprUonment.
Among the recent arrival at San Francisco
from Hoaolulu are: June 13, barken tine, Eureka,"
20 l day; June 1. brig, V. G. Irwin, 1C days;
June 15. schooner, J. O. Furd. 21 L day; June 16,
Larientiue. Discovery, 17 day.
Repair are Leiu eflctej on Merchant street,
when they are completed we hope to see the dust
removed, thus rendering the shortest road to Alii
olani Hale decently passable for foot traffic.
The bark Aliuy i tiow 17 day out from San
Francisco, Laviug lift ou 20th of June in com
p.ny with the Clau Spreckel. They kept in
tight of each other for one day. The Aliay may
by hourly expected.
Lieutenant Irwin of tbe I'. S. S. Essex called
upon Governor Domini Thursday and cnveyd
Captain McCarmick's thanks to Hi. Majesty's
government fur their participation in the celebra
tion of the Fourth.
From au advertisement in another column we
notice that the public examinations of the Govern
ment English day School will be Laid on the 25 lb,
2Cth and 27th of this month, commencing at
9 o'clock each morning ; and that the summer va
cation of all pnblic school in the Kingdom will
commence oa Friday, July 27th, extending to
the 17th of September, when the new term will
The C. S. S. Es.ex leaves this port for Japan
, after the arrival of the next mail from the coast,
i Tweuty-aeven Japaii.e sailors from the Rinjio
went to the Queen's Hospital Wednesday afiei-
All the Chine.-e immigrants per Madias were re
leascd from .lU-iraiititie on Saturday, exitpt ten
Kerr, the American absconder, was on Monday
ti ati.fei red to th.-tit v of Sydney iu a boat from
the L'. S. S. K.-ei..
The Coii.uelo is docked between Allen A Robin
son's abd the new Stealiiahip wharves. She has
begun di-i.rgi.ig bt-r cargo.
The schooner Aaue. .Mo'ulluk, master, was ex
pected to leavi Kahuiai on Sn.1d.1y last.
She was loaded vith a full cargo -if u-
Four thousand four hundred ami .nii.-ty-t o
letter. were sent away Monday Ly the City of
Jiydney, in addition to a heavy mail of newspapers
Mr. Atnasa Pratt and family left per steamer
Monday. He will proceed from San Francisco
to Columbus. Ohio, to take charge of the State
Deaf and Dumb A.ylum.
The Cousuelo brings thirteen hores consigned
to Messrs Hackfeld A Co.. and twenty heifers and
one milch cow, consigned to Mr. J. A. Hasseuger.
All of this stock is iu excellent condition.
Mr. William M. W'ilber, pilot at Kahitl.ii, is Ko
ing ou a visit back to his old home i'i New I'ug
land. per the Jno. D. Spieckle. which proba
bly sailed last Friday for San Francisco.
Hi Iluiur, the Chief Justice, informed the
members of the Ur. Monday, that by the author
ity of the Attor-ievO-neral i'f interim, Mr. Whit
ing would appear fur the Crown during the present
On the 17rh of June a letter coutainiug a draft
for one handled dollars was taken from P. O. box
No. l'Jl. Mr. H. ALanaotleisa reward for the
return of the draft, and forbids payment of the
We are always extremely glad to receive com
munications from any and all. giving item of
news. etc.. but we cannot publish purely personal
matter. Our correspondents will plea.e bear this
liy the arrival of the City of Sydney, Monday,
foieigu uews up to the date of June 19th. was re
ceived. Telegrams from Europe aud the United
States published iu the Colonial papers are meagre,
and g-iierally unimportant.
Mr. Maccabe and lady, and Mr. Heimbuiger aud
lady, left per City of Sydney, for the Coast. They
ui ijo many friends during their stay iu Honolulu
and will be warmly welcomed back if they ever
lind it couvnit ut to return.
Mis. Horau. wife of Judge Hurau, a well known
lawyer in San. Rrancisco, arrived in this city per
Cousuelo. She come to Honolulu for a visit, aud
after a short stay will return on board the same
vessel that brought her to this port.
Messrs. Preston and Brown have completed all
their pendulum observations iu Honolulu, and
state that all the conditions of their work are
good owing to the even temperature of this clim
ate. As so mauy calculations have to be made it
will le months before the results are ascertained.
At the meeting of Engine Company No. 1, Mr.
S. M. Whitman was elected Captain and the fol
lowing gentlemen were re-elected to the otticial po
sitieus w hich they formerly held : H. G. Tread
way, Foreman; P. O. Sullivan, Assistant Foreman;
J. H. Lovcjoy. Secretary ; J. A. Spear, Treas
urer ; Major Chas. T. GulicL, Delegate.
We are pleased to hear that Major Uulick
has been appointed Secretary of the Board of
Health, an appoiutineut that we feel sure will
give general satisfaction. When the business of
the Board of Health passed through the Interior
Department, Major Gulick, as it then Chief Clerk,
was of course thoroughly conversant with all its
Last Sunday the Cousuelo arrived iu this harbor,
fifteen days from Huu Francisco. She brought no
mail, but among the passengers ou board were
Mr. J, A. Hasseuger and family, who have enjoyed
their visit to the Coast well, 'l'hey were welcomed
back by numerous friend, whu came down to the
wharf some time before the Cousuelo reached the
docks to await their arrival.
The tioyal Hawaiian Baud gtv.r -mother concert
ou Saturday afternoon. There were three new
pieces ou the programme of which, the Tuuuhauser
March aud Selection from Sullivan's new opera
Iolauthe were re-itiy aj nii -1. Mr. Berger seems
determined to gie us .is many treats as possible
before the departure of the baud for tbii Coast ; it
will ccrtaiulv cause as the m re to miss them, and
the more to appreciate them on their return home.
The last Heiinbtiiver concert at the Y. M. C A.
Hall. Saturday uilit, was patrouizsj by but few.
It seems very strange that au entertainment really
so excellent su -i Id draw such a very small audi
ence. The hall was not half tilled. Nevertheless
those who were present evidently thoroughly en
joyed the wbol? pro-j'raiiiiue, far almost every
piece played brought forth prolonged applause.
Mrs. Ueiiuh jrg.-r tva repeatedly called upon for
an encore, au.l was preseuted with a bouquet by
ue of the audience.
The S. S. Gleuelg, which ha loug been expected
at this port from San Francisco, has been detained
at the latter place because she violated the regula
tions of the Health and Custom House authorities
when she arrived therefrom British Columbia, by
steaming straight into halmr without permitting
the health ofticer, or custom officers, or reporters,
to board her. There proved to be no disease what
ever on board of her, but, nevertheless, the au
thorities could uot lightly pass over the matter and
have caused her great delay and expense. Her
case bears some semblance to that of the Madras
during her late stay at Honolulu.
Among the passengers iu transit for the Coast
on board the City of Sydney was Mr. Simonson, a
well-known singer, musician aud public per
former, who visited Houolulu eleven years ago
with a party of actors, and gave an entertainment
here. His daughter, Miss Leonora Simonson, was
with him on board the steamer Monday. It was
their intention to stop and give a concert here,
but upon further consideration they concluded to
hasten on to San Francisco, and when they return
they will stop here probably. Mr. Simonson spoke
iu the highest terms of the performance of the Ha
waiian Band, and declared that Mr. Berger was
the best baud master aud musician that he ever
By order of His Excellency, Governor Domiuis,
the Hawaiian Baud played fur au hour or so on
the old steamship wharf, Monday, before the de
parture of the City of Sydney, in honor of the
United States Sugar Commissioners, who left by
the steamer for the Coast. The gentlemen of the
Commission expressed themselves well pleased
with this country aud the uniform courtesy every
where extended to them. On the subject of their
commission they were very reticent, but it is gen
erally understood that they were satisfied that no
fraudulent introduction of sugars from this King
dom into the United States has occurred before
they left the Coast for this port, but they came here
only to make assurance doubly sure and possibly
for some purpose not yet publicly announced.
On Saturday eveuing last Mr. Maccabe gave an
eutvrtainment on board the U. S. S. Essex, to the
imnieuse delight of the sailors and officers, as also
a select company of ladies and gentlemen. The
performance cousiteJ of selections from
"Begone Dull Care." and humerous sug written
by Mr. Maccabe, specially for the occasion. The
great feature in these was the chorus, particu
larly in the oue called "Cruel Mary." In this
s-..ug Mr. Maccabe described the sorrows of a
broken hearted lover, whose sad refrain is joined
by the sheep. His cry of " Cruel Mary " is taken
up by them aud they say " M a a a ! " The effect
was supremely comical, and the laughter was loud
and long as hi introduced the name of all the of
ficers with most extraordinary and excruciating
rhymjs. lue evening s amusement was pro
nounced by all the company assembled to be most
The Lizzie Marshall arrived Tuesday from Port
! Townseud with a cargo of lumber consigned to
; Messrs. I.ewer.s aud Cooke.
i " The Mission of Beauty " will be Mr. Cruzan's
j theme Sunday morning, and " What we Know
; About Heaven," in the evening,
j Mr. J. Burke, a passenger by the H. W. Almy
j brings sixty pig to Honolulu; a few small pigs
: remain on board for sale. The Almy brings a
larje deck load of posts and shingles.
His Lonlahin. Bishoi) Willis, has sent a bundle
of rags to the Hospital for bandages. This ex
ample might be followed with advantage by other
The rut in King street, on the Ewa side of the
Police Statiou. are being rilled up with earth, so
that carriages can pass over it with less jar and
The meuib-rs of the " King's Own " and " King's
Guard " had a pleasant feast at the Armory on
the Fourth. The Kiii visited them, and all
thoroughly enjoyed the occavsion.
A presentation of a goblet was made to Mr
Amasa Pratt, before his departure on Monday, by
some of the Good Templars in this city. It seems
a curious shape for a presentation from such a body
Mr. Cruzan did not deliver his Usual weekly
lecture en Wednesday last at the Fort Street
Church, but in it place reports were read from the
Foreign Mis.iou of Japan, China, Turkey, West
Central Africa and ZululaiiJ.
Yesterday afternoon a large number of Japanese
sailors took up their quarters ou the hotel lawn,
and removing their hats and boots they proceeded
tu one of the water taps. ' Then, as the sun was
rather hot, they washed themselves, and pray why
not ! "
The Bight Rev. Dr. Thorntoir, Bishop of Bal
larat. Victoria, Australia, will be a passenger 011
th; Z-'alaudia. Should the steamer arrive on next
Sunday utoruiug the revereud gentleiuau will be
invited to preach at Si. Andrew's Cathedral in the
The steamship Zealaudia arrived at San Francisco
at Mp. v. ou Monday, Juno 11th, after a passage of
almost eight days, the last three of which were
verv rough, It will Le remembered that over
twenty passengers from this port were unable to
secure berths for that trip.
The total receipts by the committee of the
Fourth of July celebration amount to the very re
spectable sum of S1.G54; the expenses will proba
bly toot up to nearly SI, .'WO thus leaviug a suffi
cient balance to pay off last year's liabilities,
sh.mld the committee think tit to do so.
The collection of land shells purchased some
time ago by the government, has been neatly ar
ranged by Mrs. Berkley, the Curator of the Mu
seum, and is now ready for exhibition. This is the
most complete collection of shells of oue family,
from one locality iu this Kingdom, to be found in
A small gathering of friends on Thursday even
ing, hold a saloon sociable ; among them were re
presentatives of all nations, so that as a matter of
course, the Fourth being still fresh In their memo
ries, some discussion arose as to the superiority of
this nation over that nation. The discussion was
waxing warm when one gentleman said, " Friends,
this is the Fifth of July, here's success to the
Glorious Fifth, wer'e all Americans ond the ship's
name is Murphy.'
The Japanese man-of-war Kinjio arrived in this
port Tuesday. 43 days fiom Callao. She is a tine
vessel, mad? after a modern pattern and well
-a ..1 1 . 1 II 1.1.. it..
equipped. be uoe not appear ut an nae me
pictures we have seen, of ordinary Japanese ships,
but raiher resembles iu exterior form the German
vessel Leipzig, which visited this port uot loug
ago. A number of the men 011 board the Rinjio
are aitiicted with a disease, which was contracted
at sea, aud which is a kiud of scurvy.
E'igiue Company No. 1, is in a very flourishing
condition. During the past year its membership
has been increased by over thirty, aud now the
total strength of the company is ninety, with four
additional names proposed for membership. The
boys take great pride iu their company matters
and are working together fur not only their best
interests as a division of the fire department, but
also for the best interests of the public, which
must depend upon their promptitude, union and
strength iu case of fire.
We have leeii permitted to peruse a copy of a
translation into German of Mr. Gripp's report to
his government. It gives a faithful statement of
the truth in regard to the treatment of Norwe
gian iinuiixrauts iu this country, and i. so com
plete a defense of Hawaiian Government otficials
aud Hawaiian planters aaiust the slaudrrs to
which they have been subjected iu the Luited
States aud in Girmauy 011 this subject, that our
Consul-General at Bremen, J. C. Prluger, Esq.,
has caused a large number of copies of the trans
lation to b-- primed and circulated iu Germany.
Iu the interior of the new saloon, opened
Wednesday by Captain Xordberg, the proprietor,
ou the corner of N'uuauu and King streets, Mr.
Kolun has painted some very hue scenes. Oue re
presents a river tloving between hills, another,
mooulight iu Turkey, aud a third is a faithful pic
tui of Sandy i'ook, near New York. The ceiling
of the main room is finely frescoed, and there are
several minor small paintings representing birds,
vines, aud one which is especially noticeable on
account of its b-iug au exact portrait of Mr.
Kobui's dog. Withik the room there is one of the
finest counters iu the city which is made of koa
wood and highly polished. ,
The Commissioner for the Boston Exhibition
has already received from Hawaii numerous speci
mens to be forwarded at the eud of this month.
These consists of a large au 1 varied colleetiou of
native woods, polished and iu their natural state,
a set of Kapa mallets, Kipa cloth, fibres, hats, ba 1
necklaces, pigments, medieiual roots aud herbs,
soils, ferns, pulu, lava, bark, etc. These, in ad
dition to the very large and interesting exhibit
from the Planters Labor aud Supply Company,
and other products aud manufactures expected
from the other island and Honolulu during the
next two 9T three weeks, will form quite an inter
esting and representative collection from the Ha
The following books have been added to the
Houolulu Library duriug the month of June : By
purchase The Mikado's Empire, Elliott Griffis :
Winners in LifeV Race, A. B. Buckley; Notes on
Nursing, Florenc. Nightingale ; Self Culture, Jno.
S. Blackie; The Golden Lotus (Legends of Japan),
Ed. Gray ; Cape Cod Folks, Sally P. McLean ; Com
mon Sense about Women, Thos. W. Higgiuson ;
Autobiography of Mark Rutherford, and the fol
lowing novel Dr. Breen's Practice, W. D.
Howella; RouioU, Geo. Eliot; Felix Holt, Geo.
Eliot : Uarda (2 vols.), Geo. Ebera ; That Beauti
ful Wretch, Wu. Black; Dr. Grimshaw's Scout,
Nathl. Hawthrone; Handicapped, Marion Harland.
The following were given by W. R. Castle Over
land Monthly (6 vols.), Atlantic Monthly (1 vol.).
U. S. Diplomatic Correspondence (2 vols.), The
Field, The Dungeon, and The Escape, by A. D.
Richardson ; Political Ecouomy, by Francis A.
Joseph Woodward late clerk to Messrs. Hollister
A- Co. was yesterday si-ntenced to eighteen months
imprisonment for breaking into their Fort street
store. It seems that Woodward, who had upon
several occasions been suspected of taking money
from the till aud in on? case of taking a suit of
clothes, had been asked to acknowledge his guilt
and advised to discontinue his misdeeds. On the
occasion for which he was tried, he had, after be
ing dismissed entered Hollister'a premises by Mer
chant street, broken a pane of glass in the door
anil unlatched the fastening which was a very sim
ple proceeding to do. He then rifled the drawer of
its oenteqts, forcing open the lock, and took what
money was there wrapped up in packets. When ar
rested he had iu his possession $S in nickels
wrapped in the same kiud of paper that was al
ways used by the firm for that purpose. Messrs.
Hollister & Co. always expressed the greatest re
luctance to prosecute Woodward and gave him
every chance of reformation.
KING STREET FIRE
Police Inquiry Held Before Marshal Parke
Police Department, Ho.vo- )
LULU, June 23, 1S33. $
rnve-tigatiou taken at the Police Station
at 4:3o p.m., about th buruintf of the store
of Mr. Wolfe, Major C. T. Gulick's dwell
ing house anil the carpenter shop of Mr.
Way ou Kintr street, Honolulu, which oc
curred about 2:30 a.m.
David Kalikoa's statement At 2:30 a.m.
I saw a light in the grocery store of Mr.
Wolfe, when Iarrived to where the tire was
I sang out, fire house ! fire house ! ! I saw
Muli, No. 17 (Policeman), and Hagh Mc
Intyre. Muli and myself then bursted open
the door; Mclntyre called to me not to
open the door, I then shut the door again,
I then culled for Mr. Gulick, he was not
there. At the time I saw Uku, policeman
No. coming towards me, I saw Mr.
Mehrtens aud Mr. Mclntyre after I called
out fire. I dragged the Lose carriage out of
the house and attached the hose to the
hydrant to procure water to play on the tire,
but on connecting the hose to the hydrant
there was no water in the pipes. Next, I
saw Mr. W. C. Parke coming towards the
fire. At 1 o'clock a.m. I was standing near
the liag-start'of Engine Company No. 1 ; I
got Luck at the corner of Alakea and King
streets at 1:3J a. m.; I .went from there to
the corner of Alakea and Merehaut streets,
and from there I went to the corner of
Merchant and Richard streets, from there I
got to the corner of King and Richard
streets, from there to the corner of King
and Alakea stieets; then I walked back
wards and forwards on King street, till I
saw the fire. From the time the bell of the
Stone Church struck 1 o'clock a.m. I was
never in any yard or in any house, but was
on my watch as a police officer and doing
my duty. 1 did not see Frank Shrieder the
Portuguese produced before me, who I
know has charge of Engine Company No. 1.
I remained at the tire and did not leave
there; kept on my duty as au officer, doing
all I could to extinguish the fire. Muli and
myself burst open the door; fifteen minutes
after I called out fire Mr.Mehrtens came. I
think the door was bursted open prior to
Mr. Mehrten's arrival.'
Frank Shrioder's statements. I am the
steward and have charge of the Engine Com
pany No. 1. I reside at Marcus Colburu's
house on King street, in Honolulu. I went
to sleep at 9 o'clock on the evening of Juua
27th, 1SS3. At 2:30 a. m. of the 23th, my
wife called me and I immediately dressed
myself and started for Eugine Company
No. 1. When I passed Mr. Wolfe's store it
was on fire, the door on the mau ka side
was not open. I passed ou to the engine
house. When I arrived there I found that
some parties had taken the engine out of
the house. I do not know the names of
the men who took the engine out we at
tached the hose of the Engine Co. No. 1 to
the hydrant at the corner of Alakea and
King streets and took the hose into Mr. Gu-
lick's house, but there was no water iu the
hydrant. The engine was out of tha house
on my arrival.
J. H. Mehrten's statements - I came ou
duty at 7:30 p. m. of Juue 27th and remain
ed on duty up until the fire was all out ou
the morning of the 23th. At ten minutes
past 2 a. m. I was at the station house at
Honolulu. I haard a cry of fire and imme
diately ran to the place where I heard the
cry of fire, when I met officer No. 17, and
found out that it was the store of Mr. Wolfe
that was on fire. When I arrived the file
was confined in the building no doors or
windows opened went in the yard of Mr.
Way at the end of Mr, Wolfe's building
saw no fire at that end. I went up to the
Hose Company N"o. I, where I met Mr. H.
Mclntyre au I helped him to pull out tbe
hose carti ige au 1 attached the hose to the
hydrant. I then went to Mr. Gulick's
bouse and assisted i u taking the furniture
out. When I left Mr. Wolfs store no doors
or windows of the building were opened.
While we were attaching the hose the heat
ins'de busted open the front door of the
store on King street. Myself and a native
boy closed the door and put up scantlings
against it, so as not to allow any draft to
enter the building. 1 left the station house
prior to the ringing of the bell. I did not
see Frank Shrieder, steward of Engine Co
No. 1, uutil some time after the fire had ,
burst out of Mr. Wolfe's store. On my arrival
at the store I could aiot tell iu which part of
the building the fire originated, it appeared
to me as if the whole inside of the building
was on fire. As soon as I saw Mr. Frank
Shrieder, who I knew was employed by
Mr. Wolfe. I asked him if they had left any '.
candle or lamps burning in the store; he
said no, that Mr. Wolfe had locked the
door aud had taken the key with him. I
then left Frank Shrieder and aided iu ex
tinguishing the fire. About G:30 A. M. of
the 2Sth, I saw Mr. Wolfe and Mr. Shrieder
conversing together. I theu asked Mr.
Wolfe if they had left anything burniug iu
the building, he said no. Mr. Wolfe then
informed me that he did not kuow how the
fire originated, as he had not left any
matches laying around.
HinaV statement I am the' second cap
tain in Mr. Mehrten's watch; between 12
aud 1 a. m. Juue 23th, I met officer No. 13
at the comer of Richard and King streets.
I left him and w. .it to the corner of Fort
and King streets, from there to the corner
of Fort and Hotel streets, then
fiom there to the corner of Alakea
aud Hotel streets, where I had been
ordered to look after the police officer who
took charge of the officers of the man-of-war
Essex, now taking observations;
from theie ou Alakea street till I got up to
the corner of Beretania and Alakea street,
from there I went on Beretania street till I
got to the corner of Nuuanu aud Beretania
streets, from there to the corner of Nuua
nu anil Kukui streets; I then turned back
on Nuuanu street till I got to the corner of
Nuuanu and Beretania streets ; from there
to the Station House, I arrived at the Sta-.
tion House 15 minutes to 2 a.m, June 23th,"
where I found officer Mehrtens and Kana
mu, and we remained there till 10 minutes
past 2 a.m, when we heard a cry of fire !
Officer Mehrtens told me to go and see
where it was; when I got abreast of
Waller's butcher shop, I heard officer No.
II cry out fire ! fire ! ! then I went along on
King street till I came to where the fire
was. I saw Muli and Kalikoa helping to
take the furniture out of Mr. Gulick's house,
1 assisted them in taking the furniture out.
When I passed the store of Mr. Wolfe the
door was closed, the inside of the building
was on fire ; I did not see Frank Shrieder
there at all; 10 or lo minutes after I had
left the Station House the alaraa bell rang.
Kanamu's statement I am a native Cap
tain of one of the watches. I was at the
Station House on the morning of
June 2Sth at about 15 minutes past
2 o'clock a.m., we heard a cry, then of
ficer No. 3 started to go aud ascertain what
the trouble was, in a few minutes officer
Mehrteus started, we having heard the cry
of fire. I remained at the Station House
and I immediately gave orders to ring the
bell. The first bell that rang was that of
Engine Company No. 1, which was about
20 minutes past 2 a.m.
Saturday, Jcsk 30.
One case of druukeuuess was docketed aud
! disposed of as usual.
i . Naihili, charged with awsault aud buttery,
; pleaded uot guilty, but wns convicted aud seti-
! fenced to fifteeu davs imni isouineut at bard
; labor; costs $1 20.
! Iu the case of Kulakui, charged with Using
j threatening language, n nolle prosequi was en
j Monday, Jcit 2.
j Eight cases of druukeuuess were docketed aud
! disposed of as usual.
Kiuolau (K.) aud Puu (W.) charged with
; adulterv in Honolulu, pleaded guilty. Kiuolau
fined $50; costs, $1. Puu sentenced to two
Kaaimalaui, charged witb furious riding, for
feited bail, $12.
Ben Tenirio, charged with assault and bat
tery, forfeited bail, $10.
Iu tho case of Kawiki, remanded from tbe
2Cth, a nolle prosequi was entered,
Tuesday, Jcnk 3.
Six cases of druukeuuess were docketed aud
disposed of as usual.
Elekai and Fred Blackburu were separately
charged with driving over the bridge at Waikiki;
forfeited bail, $5; cost, 1. Blaukburu fined $o;
Kakaiuai, charged with assault aud battery,
pleaded not guilty but was couvicted aud uued
$5; costs, SI 10.
Wednesday, July 4.
Pour cases of druukeuuess were docketed and
disposed ot as u .uul
Haualei aud Kekipi were charged with affray,
the former being letnauded to 5tu itist., itud the
latter forfeiting his bail of $1'J.
lu the case of Joe Kalapuua, charged with
committing a nuisuuee, a uoi. pros, wa tu
tered. Thcksday, July oth.
Seventeen cases of druukeuuess wiue docketed
aud disposed of as usual.
Five cases of furious ridiug were either fined
or forfeited their bail.
Pete Pass aud Puleu were charged with us
suult aud buttery, the former being fiued ii und
the latter foreitiug his bail of $10.
Iu the case of Haualei, charged with uli'ray
aud reuiuuded from the 4lh, a nol. pros, was
Friday, July 6.
Five cases of druukeuuess were docketed aud
disposed of as usual.
A. Auld, for violating the express regulations
was fiued $5 und costs $1.
Pika aud Kamaulo, charged with furious rid
ing, were remanded to 7th inst.
Ah Lo aud Kuuahuuu, charged with creating
uu affray, pleaded uot guilty. Evidence was
taken aud the accused were reprimanded and
discharged ou payment of costs, SI each.
II. N. Crabbe und Esther Kulaukou were
charged with fornication. Mr. S. Kaeo ap
peared for Crabbe. Both defendants pleaded
guilty, Esther beiug fiued Slo, un J costs $2 o0,
and Crabbe being remauded to 7th inst. for
The following ladies aud gentlemen registered
at the Hawaiian Hotel duriug the week:
Satchday, June 30.
Mr. H. F. Chillingvvorth, of Makawao; Mr. F.
Tillmaun, of San Francisco; Mr. R. A. Macfie, of
Kilauea, Kawai; Mr. J. M. Thompson and wife,
and Mrs. R. S. Spaulding and child, of Kcalia,
were registered at the Hawaiian H'.tel lust Satur
day. Sunday, July 1.
Dr. T. P. Tisdale Kohala; J. E. Hearlu and wife,
N.Y.; O. L. Spalding, Mich.; A.K. Tingle, Washing
ton ; H. Murrisou and wife, Hakalau ; J. H.
Prince and wife, Cincinnati ; Mr. J. ('. Stiles,
Cincinnati ; A. Barnes, Maui; I.. J. Liouaious;
Mrs. M. W. Kincaid aud G. F. Kiucaid. San Fran
cisco ; C. F. Horner, W. J. Horner, Lahaiua ; W.
J. Horuer. Jr., Kahului ; E. C. Fishbourne, Wai
kapu ; J. Coerger, Hilo ; R. G. Bregg, Maui ; J. W
Coffee ; C. B. Makee ; C. P. Bee and F. J. Huff
man, U. S. S. Essex, Capt. Spencer, Hilo; Mrs. M.
S. Heran, San Francisco.
Monday, July 2.
R. Peyton, Eng.; Mis. Nicholls, Mr. aud Mr. L.
Siiuousen, Mr. J. Brat ten, America; Mr. J. 11.
Virdiu, Australia; Mr. J. Parker, England; Mr.
Jas. Jordou, Scotland; Mr. T. A. Halt, Mr. Thos.
Edmonds, England; Mr. J. Donaghue, Victoria.
Tuesday, July 3.
W. Goods le, Pahala; Lieut. M. Yokos, Lieut. M,
Uohida, Sub-Lieut. S. Munkoyama, Sub-Lieut. T.
Narsamizo, Japan; W. Kellogg, U. 3. S. Essex.
Thursday, July 5.
Midshipman Takuouchi, Assistant Engineer
Hashiuo, Japan ; L. C. Abies, D. M. McCartney,
Bitter Creek ; .Thos. P. Stonty aud wife, San Fran
cisco ; M. R. S. Mackenzie, U. S. S. Essex.
Fkiday, July C.
Jas. Cunningham, Han FianeLco; W. Kellogg,
U. S. S. Essex; K. Ualstead. Waialua.
Everyone has abundant occasion, at the elo.se of
each week, to reflect upou what they have done
during the past six days, aud, too often alas I
upou what they have left undone. When we re
member that it is what we say, that, after all,
produces the deepest impression the old
adage of actions speaking louder than words to
tbe contrary notwithstandingit becomes us to
recall mere particularly the sentiments we have
expressed, the opinions we have advanced, and the
judgments we have delivered on measures and
The chances are, when we come to recall all we
cau of any expressed opinions, we will remember
many things that we hope everybody else has for
gotten ; aud this hope will be to us such a ieality
the wish being father to the thought that we will
still continue to be careless of speech, often doing
ourselves actual injustice by the reckless ex
pression of ideas, suggested by the circumstances
of the passing moment, and foreign to our real
feelings. Especially is this the case when religious
topics are brought up for discussion, and it is
seemingly considered by many, to be "manly" aud
" independent " to sneer at the Bible, at the
churches, aud at religious societies. With ail this
we know that the more manly course, if we to
honestly disagree with professed Christians is t
give them credit for as much sincerity of feeling
as we claim for ourselves, and to exercise that
charity that we all need.
The Steamer Gleoelg.
The British steamer Olenelg came iuto harbor
early Wednesdaynaorning without a pilot or with
out waiting for the port physician to board her.
The President of the Board of Health on hearing
of her arrival, at an early hour sent an agent of
the Board to inquire of the Captain the leanon
of his infringement of the quarantine regulatioua.
Captain Speechly sent a letter to the President
fully explaining the necessities of his situation,
which compelled him to enter port in the way
he did; he expressed his readiuess to steaia buck
to the outer roadstead and comply with every re
quirement of the Board of Health, but the Pres
ident, in riew of the circumstances, accepted his
explanation, but has ordered a quarantine guard
to be placed near the vessel, and otherwise
placed her under quarantine surveillance. She
has 260 Chines passengers for Hongkong, who
will uot be permitted to laud. Ther are eleven
passengers for this port, but no cargo.
According to Captain Speechly'g explanation,
he was searching for the outer anchorage, when
he found himself between the buoys, and, while,
endeavoring to back out his vessel, she touched
lightly on the outer edge of the reef. The Cap
tain then concluded that his safest course would
be to steam right in, which he did, and came to
an anchor near the light-house.
The Myrtle Rowing Club.
Ma Editok: Will you kindly allow spnee for
uu appeal on behalf of the My! tin Rowing Club?
At present they number only ten, their ug s
vary from 1C to 22 years, yet, being very fond of
boating they have built a boat house atid pur
chased a four-oared bari;e, und a pnir-oiind
shell. Unfortunately tluy have tonlractid n
little dt bt, which it is ntptesiiit out of their
means to pay.
They ure not starting their club with too
much enthusiasm, and iutention of letting their
ardor cool down, for thi-y intend to utick to it ;
but they want it little public t ucoiiraoeinciit uu 1
some pecuniary ussistauco to enable tlicin to
purchase better boats, either here or on the
Coast, a good four-oared raciug boat aud a good
They cordially invite people down to their
bout-houso that they lany ee for thviusdves
what sort of a utart has been made; and, know
ing the generous support that is always givoti iu
Honolulu to encourage young men iu athletic
exercises, I hope that my appeal iu their Iwdi ilf
may not be in vain. I am Old Oah.un.
WrrikrJ oa the Kmks.
The schooner Uilama SO tons registrr, Keliikauia
kole, master, while lying at auchor otTKaiwiopflc. on
the morning of the 2sih June, parted her chain and
was at once dished ou to the cliffs. The wind hn..l
been blowing strong all ni ;iit. and at the tinn1 of
the dis:ist-jr f.:U a.m.. there wa an unusually
strung current tint who le I the cIihoii..t lomi l,
entangling her chain in the rocks. The tuo j.l
main aud foresail wci' iin .uedia lei v . t, but -li'.-wa
dashed on the rocks before any headway c-uil 1
be made, and iu half uu hour i,,,t a si'u of li r
was to Ih? seen excepting her two masts and ' oni,
which were washed high up ou shore. The civw,
numbering eight men. took to the boat, nriii.ii.jing
to save themselves, bul losing all their pLioii il
effects ; they lauded al If uiiioh i au 1 went lii.i.Jly
received by Mr. Cummin. Tin' captain and two
men came to town by the Waiohu, the remainder
of the crew will arrive per Leluia. The m homier
was partly insured, but we tiflievi? tli.it her cargo
of lumber, belonging to tin Kecipi ocily .Mu.pir
Company, two-third of which hud been landed,
The Pope Denounced.
Chicago, Slay 21. At a meeting of the Third
Ward I. aud League of this city, Vf-lt-rdav, t-. v
eral (speakers denounced the action of th. Piqic,
Patrick M Inly uppi-ai ino to voice the s ntiim nl
of the 4IM) pit-scut, lo jlldj e by tho u plail-'u
whi( h followed theltiuaik that vthi n Ihu l'upu
becomes it politician he should In tliuld iih
such." Patrick Egun, e-Tieusuur of the lush
Luud Leugue, iu touching npoii the warning to
the Irish clergy from the Vatieuii, said: " I can
only look upon it in the light if uu insult to tho
common sense of the Irish people, uii.l ho it will
be regarded ill Ilelalid." The Hpeakcr declared
that, a few years ho, when (he Papacy wascou
si.kred in dauber, thousands of lit lund'M son
were ready to hbt'd their blood ill its defi'tiee,
and the speaker was among those enrolled fur
' emigration to Italy," as the phr.iriu went when
the news of the defeat ut Kpolcto brought a
The American bail. Amy Turner, that sailed
from here on !Mh of April, arrived ul Hongkong on
With no little pride we diaw the attention of
ur readers to the fact that Thursday's issue of tlm
P. C. Adveutiskr, containing u full und uitiiiu tj
report of the proceedings of the Fourth, was tho
largest daily paper ever published in lhi city,
coutainiug us it did, so much n igiiihl news mal ler.
Although we printed loo extra cop.es and .'!00 h ilf
sheets with the particulars of the previous ilny e
celebrations, we were unable to supply half the de
mands for copies. The whole report will be ic
printed in oili Saturday's Weekly I . in-, ulu u m:
nhall endeavor to fulfill the n quiit ineuts of ull
our customer, ainl ve .hall l.il.e it a a favor if
persons requiring exlia ii.pie. to m ml I'nt will
kindly leave their order t this oiiiei; to-d.iv. -
BROGLIE & SPEAR,
M4,IIrClt HIM; iMl I ,l 10 K I I G
7.'. KOMI SI, HONOUXC.
HK IT KNOWN TO ALL WHOM I ( JIAV
concern, that all partie ij.-ttiny the ki.ai k sank
from tbe Almpuaa ot Auwalnliiini, imiat lirxt rcp-jrl before
so dolUK to the nudersiued, at the l'al i 'c- Vaul
1'er order EOWAHIi h. 1 .1 l.l K A I. A N'l .
Iulaul Palace Yard July 3 lx;s. j)y7w4t
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
f IOTICE IS HLItKHY lilVKN 'I HAT OX Til K
I 2Jd day of May, Iks (. th. firm of Turn Fouk Tun .
Co. did liureliBKe flutu K. Aki ami In wile II "ikauu, lor
the sum ot 4'lin, a piece ot lai.J (3'J-lou ol tu ti rth da
sen Led iu Uoyal I'm tut .u ITs.i.
Jlv7wf t TOXU rOOK To Ml it ( O.
HAVISll l'il(Tltl-I A PATENT f'MiEH IUK
la of tin. KiiiK'loiii. lor H.i r .tieatii g and u. of
Miper-hi ated rsteain for la.-ilitatiu tli evai.oratif.n and
the savins' of fuel in the iiiaiiiil tiire .f Miliar per
caveat dated December 11th, 1-vh!. I hereby caution all
person aaloat lnrriniiig on said patent
Jiinl6wt. UK.VKV Hudl KS
CONSUL A DO jJo PORTUCAL.
V0 C0NVIDADOS OS CIDADAOM I'UHTl'OUl 71 H
O reaidentea u'eute paiz a re-cU r o. sea tunlosd.!
uai-lonahdad boeacrlptorlod'eme t 'ousulado liaatfa fi
horasda tuantia. A. de S. AN A V A KIK ).
Honolulu, '8 Junlio, la.H'1. O.u'ul de Poitusal
jun-" d.'.t wit
TRUE TO THE TEST.
jlacneale & Urban Safes.
C. U. BEKUKH. K.n.. Aei.t
MACNfcALI. fc tUUAN AKK.
Vrar Sir: I take neat nleasure to Inform von ih.t !.
Mo. 3 Macueale. & Urban Are-proof sale pun hased aoiri':
years a?o has paanej thn.uU the dis i.troi.s Hre i.t lat
nigbt to my entire sallsfa- tieu I opened the earne on the
combination (Up, etc., handle Laving iuelt.tl off ), without
any difficulty, aud found couleuta iu perjerl i oiidiii .ii
Youra Very Truly, I.. WAY.
Honolclc, II. I., June j, lsrf.1.
t La-g l'erta?Dt 4.f Tli.se Jestly C'rlrbratei
Safrs teustastlt en Iliad.
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Juu.Ti dlwliii Oe'nl. Agent Hawaiian Talai.d.
Sam Fkahcisco, 1
T-t.i . .,r June 4th, lss:j. )
.k o 7 1 Ltrii.f regular annual ele.-.li'in of
tbe Hria Sugar I'lauUti iu Cropany. bel 1 lo the c.ty and
county of Sau Kranciaco, at their otrfce., No S ('aliform
street, on the day above wntteu, tlie following Krinlemun
have been duly elected oftlcers aud directors of thin com
pany: Otto Muaer, Presidents U Liebna, Vice President ;
A Meyer, rrea.nrer; M Meiubeiin, Director; M Neisser,
Director; John Ko, Superintendent ;utave Frank, (sec
retary; Messrs ft W Macfarlane & Co, aetnti al Honolulu.
In witness. I have placed tbe otticial aeal of the eoi ipauy.
JOB30at (Signed) nuaTAVE KHANK. Hucretary.
IHAYK HKTL'RXKD FROM HAWAII,
and am now ready to meet all demands of mv entoir.