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WEDNESDAY, JUNE '27, 188.1.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Mr. E. P. Adams will sell nt 10
o'clock, at lite residence of Mr. A.
Piatt, Puimhuu, Household Furni
ture, &e., &e.
Onlm Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prnver Meeting, nt 7:30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's C.Uhedrnl, usual
services, nt 7:30.
THE MISSIONARY GLEANERS
gave iv social welcome to their late
President, Mrs. Howard and her
husband on Monday night at the
Fort Sti cct Church. The assemblage
was brilliant with the fair faces and
sparkling eyes of the Gleaners and
"Mimy a jocund laugh went round."
During the evening Miss Sarah King
presented Mrs. Howard on behalf of
the Gleaners with n basket of beau
tiful flowers, in a neat speech of wel
come. Mrs. Howard and her hus
band responded thanking them hear
tily for their kindness. After this
the ice cream and cake were passed
around by bevies of blushing mai
den's and bashful youths and after
an hour or so's sociable conveisation
the party broke up.
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
Yesterday a meeting of the mem
bers of the Bar was held in the
Supreme Court to pass resolutions
of condolence on the dcatli of the
Chief Clerk, the late Mr. J. E.
Barnard. Amongst those present
were His Honor Judge Austin, His
Ex. W. M. Gibson, the Hon. E.
Prcsion, Messrs. Hatch, W. O.
Smith, Dole, Bickcrton, Austin,
Castle, Whiting, Monsarrat, Ward,
Russell, Thurston, Rosa, II. Smith,
W. C. Parke, D. Dayton, Mahelona,
Nahaku, Pilipo, Kaulukou, Pocpoc,
Kaco, Captain Fehlber, Mehrtcns
and a squad of the police. Mr.
Preston was in the chair. Several
feeling and enlogistic speeches were
made amongst which Judge Austin's
remarks were pre-eminent. "The
services of a man like this should be
honored. Official competency and
rectitude arc rare in these days, and
among those who have attended to
their duties faithfully and honestly
our deceased friend was very pro
miucnt." The resolutions were
ordered to bo engrossed and placed
on the Court records on Monday.
Following is a copy of the reso
lutions presented :
WnnniiAS it 1ms pleased Almighty
God, m Ills providence, to remove .Ino.
JO. Barnard, Esq., the late Clerk of the
Supicme Court, a man who was known
to all for Ids upright and honorable cha
racter; who has proved himself a most
faithful and courteous public ofllocr,
tlicrcfoic be it
Jicsolvcd, That the Supreme Court in
the death of Mr. Baruaid, lias lost one
of Its most trusted ami valuable ofllcers.
Jicsolvcd, That the Uar feels that in
death of the late Clerk of the Court each
member thereof has lost a pergonal
fi lend; ono whom it was a never faillmr
pleasure to meet; one whose conduct of
an olllco wherein there is frequent oc
fusion for difference of opinion, has been
such as to heciire for him only approba
tion, respect and esteem.
Resolved, That the Court and Hnr do
heiuby tender to the surviving widow
and family of Ihu deceased, their since.
je.-tt.ympathy in the great bereavement
which has come upon them.
Jicsolvcd, That the Court, Bar and
oiHu-i-B ot the C am t do wear a badge of
mourning in the button hole for 0 days
as u mark of respect for tiie deceased.
Monday, Juno 25 Drunks; W.
Brumhnll, W. Williams, J. Costa,
Kniwn, jiikta, forfeited $0 bail each,
J. Kclnlnu, forfeited 810 bail, J.
Hccky. Kikin, Kamikann, fined 85
and 81 costs each. Uilnma,, (an
express driver,) same ilnc, and
license ordered to bo cancelled. Ka
opua, rcmauded from 23rd, lined Sf
83.30 costs. Alisai, remanded from
28rd, reprimanded and discharged.
Paakaula, gross cheat, remanded to
27th. Assault and battery j G.
Hubbard and W. Dow, remanded to
2(ith. Mitchell, ilned 83 and $3.30
costs, Liikini, reprimanded and dis
charged on payment of, costs $3.10,
Pika, forfeited $10 bail, Henry,
lined 80 and 81 costs. II. Wester
berg, disorderly conduct, remanded
to 27th. K. Mtinlz, an insane pcr
Bou, committed to Asylum. Naha
lea and loane. stealing a, chicken,
(N) nol. proa, (I) sentenced to
3 months' imprisonment at hard
labour, ami 81 costs. J. Kalu unci
ciihukulu, larceny of a watch, Kaia,
12 years of age, committed tc
Reformatory School dusting miiioi ity,
Pahukula, remanded to !27th.
Tuesday, June 'JO Drunks ; Klin,
forfeited 0, and Okipi, 610 ball.
W. Dow, lemandcd from 25th, nol.
proa. Kamiki, leinanded from 19th,
remanded to 2nd July. G. Hubbard,
remanded from 25, forfeited 81
bail. A. Stutio, importing opium
by Cnibarien, remanded to 27th. J.
Campbell, remanded from 10th, nol.
A STORM AT SEA.
Wednesday Juno 13th 7.30 p.m.
103 miles N.E. by E. from the East
end of Maui. Experienced a hcay
tempest of thunder and lightning,
and a deluge of rain, lasting until
The wind which was light, from
the S.E. veered to the East and
freshened veering North about to
the S.W. then dying away calm, nnd
then commencing from the East
again, following the same course
about every hour while the tempest
lasted. The wind at any time was
The lightning was the heaviest
from the S.W. to N.E. The bolts
would pass in that direction, some
striking to leeward of the vessel, it
seemed not a mile distant. The bolts
looked like molten iron ruuuing in
the form of the letter V.
St. Elmo's Fire appeared on the
mastheads at different times,
disappearing instantly when the
lightning was close the vessel.
The quantity of rain that fell was
immense. Bark "Hove"
The Band gave
an extra concert
on Monday night at the Hotel in
compliment to the Captain and
OHlcers of the Essex. It was num
erously attanded and the "Star
Spangled Banner" was lustily
cheered. The following programme
was presented :
Polonaise In Bridal Array.. . .Mcrzdorf
Overture Struggle for Fortune.. Suppc
Finale Uiuramunto Sanelli
Selection Patience Sullivan
Selection Jerusalem Vei dt
Gavotte Stephanie Czibulka
Waltz Thine Alone Melssler
The Star Spangled Banner,
Tiie tern Mary Dodge took 7.353 bags
Sciir Wallelo brought 1,189 bags of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Yestciiday a baikcntine fioai the
South patscd by this port 20 miles oh".
Look out for the change in Fishol's
ud't. The new goods w ill be shown to
morrow. Caspuk lias written an e.phinntou let
ter which appears in to-day's Gazette.
Is it true? that is the question.
Tin: members of St. Andiows' Guild
will meet to-morrow (Thursday) even
ing at the usual hour and place.
If no manifestations of dUctsc occur
amongst the Chinese now at ICalnikaau
limn Quarantine Station bclorcSatuiday
they will bo released on that day. This
will make about 20 days that they have
been in quarantine.
To-day our readers should go to the
sale of Mr, A. Pratt's furniture at Puna
hou conducted by Mr. E. P. Adams. The
Punahou busses will take them from
Hall's corner at 9 a.m. sharp and bring
them back after the salo free of charge.
Tub examinations at the Kindergarten
School on Nuuanu Avenue will tako
place to-morrow beglning at 0:30
o'clock. They will last about two hourt.
It will be quite a privilege to go and see
tiie joung ones performing their pretty
Wk would icminil our readers that
Satuiday is the lust day for paying up
their water-rates and that the pieseut
(superintendent is a mnn of his word.
It will bo well theroforo for those of
them that leave not yet paid up to do bo
if they do not wish to bo without water
Last night Messrs E. D. Fio3ton and
S, J. Brown began their pendulum ob.
bcrvntions in this city. The site chosen
was the cellor of the Y. M. C. A. build,
ing as tho temperature thcro is nearly
uuifoim and the operations can bo car
lied on both day and night. Piofessor
Alexander takes the latitude observa
'At about 8.30 p.m. on Monday oven,
ing tho 2nd mate of tho Calbai iun was
arrested by dipt. Mehrtcns in Itoso
Lime. Ho had fl halfpound tins of
opium in the bosom of his shirt when
arretted. Tho tins were walked us Juiy.
iiijj lOw'ii 1 in j o.'ied into ban Fninclsc(
by ono S3. L. Jones who, ns the Call of
May 2Jth trnjv, pld $123 000 duty on
ihclnig't importation of opium oci
brought into San Francisco.
The British McdkaUownal says :
We arc glad to learn that the
authorities of board-schools in some
large towns are now giving their
attention to the physical, as well as
the mental, training of the children
under their chnrgc. Systematic in
struction, by special teachers, in the
simpler gymnastic exercises is being
given in some Bchools twice, or of
tcner, weekly, being olllcinlly re
cognized ns an integral portion of the
education to bo afiorded to boys nnd
girls alike; and proficiency in
physical performances is being stimu
lated and rewarded by occasional
public displays and by suitable
prizes and distinctions. This is as
it should be, and we hope the good
practice to which we refer may soon
become general throughout the
schools of the country. Those who
have the care of young persons in
schools may do much in aiding the
physical development of their pupils ;
nnd, ns a consequence, in making
their lives longer and happier, by
the judicious use of the gymnasium.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
At the rosidenco oT A Pratt, E-q., Pima,
hou, on account of departure,
On Wednesday, June 27th,
At 10 a.m. will be sold,
The Entire Household Furniture
In part as follows:
Handsome Parlor Set,
Two Bedroom Bets, complete,
Two Child's Cribs, Mosquito Nets,
Sheets, Hiir Mntlnisscs, Feather Pillows
Coverlets, Dining and Onlcc Chairs,
Extension Dining Table, Clocks,
Book Case, Writing De3k.
Cook Stove and Kitchen Utensils,
Glass and Crockcryware,
A 2-Seated Covered Carriage,
One Good Carriage Horse,
Can be recommended; & I Saddle horse
E. P. ADAMb, Auctioneer.
N.B. The Punahou Busses will leave
Hall's store, corner of Fort and King
street, at 0 a.m., sharp, and return uftcr
tno sale. gyjj rcc passugc.
THE contents of a LAItGE HOUSE
consisting of 14 Booms, fully fur
nished and complete, now occupied as a
Lodging House, situated within 5 minu
tes walk of the P. O. Kent S40 month.
with 5 years lease. For paitieulars, ap-
Auctioneers, Queen street.
Canned Vegetables & Meats
in assorted eases, containing
Green Cibbage, Chervil,
Asparagus, Spinage, Cut Beans
Young French Beans, Young Can ots,
Sorrol, Peas ami Carrot1.,
Young Peas, in water and butter,
Large Beans, Crab Soup,
Julienne Soup, Celery Soup,
Chicken Soup, Meat Dumplings,
Chervil Soup, Soup and Bouilli,
Tongue Sausage, Gulyas,
Smiled Chicken, Ox Ton gun Pasty,
Chicken Pasty, Beef Pasty,
Teiiison Pasty, Pigeon Pabty, &c.
FOll SALE BY
433 :it II. If tickfeld & Co.
Has K-etiinied. !
And will resume business at once
At his Old Stand on Fort Street
IS hereby given that Ah You and All
Youg, now nt tho Chinese Theatre,
with their wives, Intend to go to Ciuiiu
on tho Suez. All claims against them
must bo presented ut once. 430 Hi
BY n Young Married Man, lately ar.
rived fiom tho Coast, a Situation
in a store or warehouse, as Clerk or
Porter. Address J. S., offlco of this
paper 435 lw
The Delmonico Restaurant
next door to Castle & Cooke,
on King street.
Meals Cooked to Order
AT ALL, IIOUllH.
LUNCHES & SUPIMDllS
2o to SO cents,
Bo.ird, per week, upstairs, i ; $0.00
H. VON OEHL1IAFFEN & Co.,
430 lm Proprietors.
A HOUSE on Emmu street,
containing 7 rooms, kitchen,
bath-room, pantry, servant's
loom, carriage-houbo, stabling, and fowl
house. Inquire at 70 Port Btieet or 01
Emmu street, 4U1 tf
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
iULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Rinchcs whero water is required to ho raised from gulches
to pislurc lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Eroom.3 of superior quality,
Mag'iicso-Oalcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowost markol rates. ,.
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just tho tiling for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulloy Blbcks, Carrlago'Lhmpsr
New Goods contsajitly arriving., ,;-
Pull lines of Plowsjand Agricultural Instiumculs,
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
ItlueltHmltniiiK fc Wood-work done or every clcHorlptlou.
Having the best mechanics am ennbled to do work
Cheaper nnd better than any other Arm in this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge.made.
FOE THE LADIES!
Has Just Received from Paris Direct,
.'"5 pieeeH ITinc French ZXeriuo,
10 dozen Ladies' Cassimcrc Dolmans (bugle-trimmed).
M pieces Silk and Wool Poplins,
30 pieces Brocaded Sittin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, CoPd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes, nnd a fine lot of Ostrich,Fcitlicrs, in all the newest and
richest colors. Come and examine lliein, as they must be gold without reserve.
A. ho, to arrive per HteaiiiHliIp "llnnlcoiv,"
now due, in part as follows:
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Milts, Black and Colorod Satins and Surah Satins, Merinos,
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Cape, and Shawls' fresh from the Best Parisian
Houses, in all the Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladies' nnd Children's !
Lace and Lisle Hose, in all shades.
For the Gentlemen Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing lower than any
other house in the trade. Also, a special lino of C. & P..H. Terrell & Co's
Men's and Boy's BOOTS and SHOES, which
Will lie Mold at the IiOwest Itatt'H to clear consignment,
You have only to see llics-c goods to be convinced that you can't do better else
where. Visitors and friends from the other Islands arc specially invited.
437 SS. jia.;j:iii.ii, IIoLol St., Honolulu. Om
A PURE, WHOLESOME. RE
According to the highest and best medi
Manufactory, : : : No. 13 Lil ilia St-
P. O. Bo.v, 10. Telephone, 284.
figrAll orders receive prompt attention.
HOME - MClIE
FRESH AND PURE
Cream Cocoanut Bars,
Cream Almond Bars,
Cream Leinonado Bars,
Cream Chocolate Bars,
Cream Strawborry Bars,
Creum Fruit Burs,
French Nougat Bars,
Allthouhnvu delicious Confections aro
warranted fresh and
Guaranteed to bo Pure,
and wholesome by
And are sold at his
Steam Candy Factory,
424 Hotel Street, lm
A NURSE GIRL, must come well re.
commended. Apply to Mrs. C. O.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Onk, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of tho best quality.
Or the IiatcHt Improvements,
Where, do you liny yonr
c :l o t hin g-
TN ASKING THE ABOVE Question
X wc simply desire you to examine
closely three main points:
end, Mtylu-t'it and Work.
8rd. Price-Size or Bill.
And when you nro satisfied with conclu.
slons, pay us a visit, and wo guarantee
Quality of Material,
Htylo ofirit ana Worlc
Saving of 20 per cent
In your order. If theto nro sufficient
considerations please call at the
Great American Clothing House
17 3t uunnn Mtreet,
89a 1i" Corner of Murine.
All "Water Kates Now Due
and owing, must lie paid at tho ofllco of
tho Honolulu Water Works.
foot of Nuuanu st,
On or before June 30th, M83,
Otherwiso tho prlvilogo will bo sus.
pended without further notice.
Sup't Water Works.
Approved: J. E. Bush,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 1. 18H8. 418
A GOOD CARRIAGE
II O R S E, sound and
kind, 7 years old. Ap
ply at 230 Fort street.
FOUP. largo HORSES
cnrrlngo or draft
from 4 to 0 years olu.
viiSi Inquire at tho Bum.k-
, . Qfflcc
Sows, In pig; also, young
pigs for breeding. ,In.
autre at tho Bum.ktik