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SATURDAY, JUNK HO, 1880.
The srhr .lulln N oir llic Marine Ha
way. Shu is near thu lldi inmkct.
Tho ihip Shannon is discharging
thu D.S.S. whnrf.
The ttnr Lehua brought 0) ngs of
Migar uml Ho sdicep.
- - THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ludics
niidCliildrcn from 0 to 11.
Himtl lit Kinnm Squint1, lit I :.'!0
lteiinbtirfier, Y.M.C.A.Ilnll, 7:00
(tusriul Tenipcruiu'o Meeting nt
Spt'ciul meeting, Algarolia Lodge,
Bethel Suiulnv School, ul D:-15.
Voit St. Church S. S. at 9:45.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. Dr. Damon, nt 11
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. G.
Wallace morning, and Kt. Kuv. Bish
op Willis, in evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 3 : 15
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Look nt C. llrewer & Co's DUidend
nllllOllllLCIIILMItl hi till lssim.
Mk. Pratt will conduct the Gmpcl
Temperance inciting, nt the Dcthel Yes.
try till" evunliijj.
"I'lelMlldhig" will bo Mr. Oriizau's
theme on Sunday nioiiiliig, "Tho Judg.
incut " In the evening.
The General Committee on the
Ith of July celebration held their
iinnl meeting at the Hawaiian Hotel
on Thursday evening. The vacan
cies in the committee have all been
lilled and the meeting was fully at
tended and enthusiastic. The
finance committee reported that the
response to their appeal bad been
general and liberal, and that they
weic hiire of ample funds for all the
purposes of the proposed celebration,
iu addition to the usual salutes at
btinrise, noon, and sunset, and the
parade of tho Antiques and Horri
bles in the early morning, there will
be public exercises in the Hotel
grounds at 10 a. m., and a ball at
the Music Hall in the evening.
The morning exercises will con
sist of an oration by Surgeon Ruth,
of the U. S. S. Essex, reading of
the Declaration of Independence by
Mrs. E. R. Hendry, together with
music by the Royal Hawaiian Band
and singing of national airs. Re
freshments for the public will be
provided by the Committee at the
We arc glad to notice that the
Committee, after some discussion,
decided by a large majority, that no
wiues or liquors should be allowed at
the ball. All subscribers to the fund
for celebrating the day will be fur
nished with tickets for the ball. Any
persons who have not subscribed but
who wish to attend can apply to the
members of the bull committee as
announced in our advertising co
lumns. At the close of the meeting a un
animous vote of thanks was ten
dered to Mr. K. AV. Laine for the
public spirit shown by him in culling
the Americau residents together and
inaugurating the movement for a
due celebration of the day.
Tin: Band will give im Extra Concert
on Monday evening July 2ml, at the Ha
waiian Hotel (Steamer permitting.)
Today the Chinamen now in Quaran.
tine will be icloascd if nothing in the
shape of disease Is found amongst them
Tiir.uu will be a special meeting of
Algmolin Lodge I.O.U.G. at the lodge
room tonight. Do not lull to be pre-
All Thursday nlghfa house occupied
the middle of Fort street just above Ku
ktil trcet, having been left there by the
parties shifting It.
Tin: new building of Campbell's is
progiesMng rapidly. Large quantities
of brick and lumber are lying In front of
it to be u-ud shortly.
Sosn: one lias been piling up great
heaps of rushes on tho Wnlkikl load a
fowyuidson the town side of Dodd's
Baths. It takes up too much of the
road and ought to be removed.
A rewnid is offered In another column
by the 4th of July Committee for the
nirest and conviction of a pally guilty
of an exceedingly mean and ungentle
manly act. Wo trust that the reward
will be claimed.
Wi: hear that the rates of Insurance
both Fire and limine arc likely to be
raided. One agency alone has lost
(lining the last few months by the
schooners Prince, Kaal.i, Mile Morris,
and Meefoo, as much as two years
premiums on its whole schooner business
would bring In.
A " talky-tnlky " sociable was held in
Fort St. Church Vestry on Thursday
night. As a sociable It was rather dis
mal the sexes apparently having a mu
tual repulsion for each other and ming
ling as little as possible. Itefreshmcnts
weic served but no music, singing, or
declamation was given.
Fuaui: and Ilannony seem to reign
once more on the coming 4th of July
celebration. This is a good thing. A
national. celebration of such importance
should never bo allowed to sutler on ac
count of private misunderstanding.' The
G. A. It. have amply vindicated their in
nocence of the motives imputed to them
and we congratulate them on it.
Tin: Fourth of July arrangements, as
decided on Thursday night by the
Committee arc, morning " o'clock, Anti
ques and Horrible, 10 o'clock Exercises
In the Hotel Grounds with Ills Ex. It.
M. Daggett as President of the Day,
Dr. Ituth as the Orator, and Mrs.
Ifendiy to read the Declaration of
Independence; Evening, Ball at the
Music Hall with possibly a pyrotechnic
heavy cylinder covered with cloth,
which served as the press; some
blackened brushes and sponges in a
pan; two jars of plinting ink. Every
thing was arratied in such a .man
ner that it could be hidden in a quar
ter of an hour iu a large clothes
press standing in a corner.
They explained to me the mechan
ism of the work, and smilingly told
me of some little aitillees which they
employed to diveit the suspicion of
the dcorm'A' who came every day
with water, wood, etc. The system
adopted was not that of not allowing
him to enter, but precisely the re
verse. Under various pretexts, they
made him see the whole of the rooms
as often as possible, having first re
moved everything which rotild excite
suspicion. When these pretexts
failed others were invented. Being
unable to lind a plausible reason for
him to enter the inner room, Mine.
Kriloff one day went and told him
that there was a rat thcic which
must lie killed. The dcornik went,
and certainly found nothing; but the
trick was played, lie had been the
whole of the rooms, and could bear
testimony that there was absolutely
nothing suspicious in them. Once a
month they invariably had people in
to clean the floors of all the rooms.
I was assailed by profound mel
ancholy at the sight of all these people.
Involuntarily, 1 computed their ter
rible life with my own. and felt
overcome with shame. What was
our activity in the broad light of
day, amid the excitement of a mul
titude of friends and the stir of our
daily life and stiuggles, compared
with this continuous sacrifice of
their whole existence, wasting away
in this dungeon? Underground
THE above reward is offei cd by the
Committee of Arrangements of the
4th of July Celebration for theancsl
and convicliouof the malicious cur who
wilfully undcitook to stent the subscrip
tion list for the Celebration from the
Hawaiian Hotel Olllce, and which wn9
found iu a cesspool iu the rear of tho
441 at J. E. WISEMAN, Scc'y.
A Card of Thanks.
,flt. & MRS. CHARLES T. GULICK
jJL would express their sinocie thanks
and gratitude to all who so generously
assisted in having their furniture and
other property from their burning home
on the morning of the 2(lth instant, and
can but say that the natural l egret and
sorrow they feel for the destruction of
their homestead is not a little relieved
by tho evidence given on that occasion
ot the hearty friendship and good feel
ing of their friends and fellow citizens.
S. A. GULICK.
Honolulu, June 23, lSaX 44.1 It
THERE will he a meeting of the
Stock-holders of C. Brewer &
Company at its otllce on Saturday, July
7th, lbaa, at iu o'ciock a. m.
.141 at J. O. CARTER, Sec'y.
Police to Stock-holders.
THERE will be payable at the office
of C. Biuwcr & Company this day,
Saturday, June r.Oth, 1833:
A dividend of 4 per share on C.
Brewer & Co. Stock.
A dividend of $3 per share on Ha
waiian Agricultural Lo. blocK.
A dividend of 10 cents per share on
Paukaa tiugar Co. Stock.
441 It C. BREWER & Co.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock Hunches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
lo puturo lundi for watciliig stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Mtigncso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of every description at lowest market rates.
Uiee Cloth, Patent Big Holders just the thing for Kicc and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps. -
Friday, June 20 Ah Ilin, Ah
Lee, Kom Kwai, remanded from
15th, rc-remanded to 7th July.
A BAND CONCERT
in honor of Mr. & Mrs. E. 15. Thorno
was given last night at tho Hawaiian
Hotel. The music was excellent cm
Lracing several new features and tho
attendance was large. His Majesty
was present. The following pro
gramme was rendered :
OvertureA Summer Night Suppn
March Taiinhauser Wagner
Walt. Imniortellcu Gung'l
Selection lolauthe Sullivan
Selection The Loinbardlans Verdi
Ballad Good Night Abt
Galop Good Speed Uohin
Thu Star Spangled Banner
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
inencing at -1:30 o'clock. The fol
owiug is the programme :
Oveiliuc A Siiininur night Suppi)
Ballad-Good Night ..Aid
Sob clloa The Lniuh.irdliuis- .Verdi
Wall. Inimoitelleii (new) Gung'l
truii!U Tniiuliaiibur (now) Wagner
Selection lolanlho (now) Sullivan,
Stmr O K HUliop brought HiM bags
of biigar, B'-'IJ bag of paddy, I'd bug of
rice, and 5 lmrw .
rJtnirWniinuiiiim biouglil 100 bug of
uir, mid ' bbU of iiid'asso,
Htmr O H JIUhop went on llicOIannii
Hallway yiMculuy lo put uu u new pro
puller of mllll'vi cut ruttei ll.
To-nioiit Mr. and Mrs. Ilelinburger
give their farewell concert In Honolulu.
Iu addition to gocd selections from
the classical masters Mr. Hchnburgcr
lias arranged Hawaii l'onol with varia
tions for tho piano and transcribed God
Snvo the Queen or as more people hero
know It under the name of America. A
number of American national airs will
be played also. So that the concert ought
to be well attended for three reasons;
1st, the music Is good; Slid, much of it
Is popular; 3rd, this is the ln-t chance
of healing Mr. and Mrs. Hcimburger.
KENNEDY & Co.,
Jobbing und Retail
Campbell's Fire-Proof Building,
No. 67 Hotel Street.
P. O. Boz No. 297.
Hr.itunro sonic of the ctlccts of the
Liquor law. The male of the schooner
Jcinicy, Bill ICuoni, got intoxicated and
w eat mad f lorn the effects of It on Thurs
day. He is now insane in tho custody
of his relatives, A sailor of the Marlon
got drunk beforo leaving this port for
Kukuihticlc, ami died shortly aftci ar
riving there from tho combined efl'eets
of the liquor ami a cold caught while
drunk. One of thu sailors on board tho
Bishop, when ordered by the mate to
take the wheel being intoxicated, made
nu attempt to blab him with a knife. He
was promptly put iu lions and was
taken to the Station House on the steam,
Ring up Telephone No. 240.
A SECRET PRINTING OFFICE IN RUSSIA.
I went over all lliu rooms in which
the wojjf was curried on, The nic
cliuiii.,111 was extremely simple, A
few cases with various kinds of type,
n little cylinder Just cast of a kind of
gelatinous substance closely u'sein
hlliig nirpi'iiter'i. ghu, uiul soinc
wlwl pli'itMUit lu ftiucll) ii large.
At Y. M. O. A. Hall.
Kew Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of PlowB"and Agricultural Instiunieuts,
Full assoitnient of Agate Iron Ware,
Illu.strated Catalogues on application.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c , of the best quality,
Sold at tho lowest prices.
Phsetone, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with nil the latest improvements.
Ulaelcmnltliliipr 4fe Woodwork done of every description.
Having thciiEST mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done wltL complete satisfaction, or no charge made.
FOE THE LADIES!
Has Just Received from Paris Direct, ,
?2."3 pieces lTine Jfrcucli 3Xcriu.o,
10 docn Ladies' Cassimere Dolmans (bugle trimmed),
CO pieces Silk and Wool Poplins,
!J0 pieces Brocaded Satin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, Col'd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes, and a tine lot of Ostrich Feathers, in all the newest and
richest colors. Come and examine them, as they must be sold without reserve.
Also, to urrlvo jper Stcumslilp Jlanlco-w,"
now due, in part as follows:
Ladles' Black and Colored Silk Mitts, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Satins, Merinos,
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks,' Capes and Shawls fresh from tho Best Parisian
Houses, in all the Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladies' and Children's
Lace and Lisle Hose, in all shades.
For the Cientlemeii Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clotr-inir lower ilinn nnv
other house in the trade. Also, a special line of C. & P. II. 'f:errell & Co's
Men's and Boy's BOOT6 and SHOES, which
Will lie noIiI at the LiOweHt Itatex to clear ronetlgnmcnt.
You have only to see .these goods to be convinced that you can't do better else
where. Visitors and friends from tho other Island are specially invited.
437 S. jMiiiyiiiii, Hotel St., Honolulu.
130. Days from Glasgow !
ALA.RGE TWO-STORY FRAME
BUILDING, in tho rear of G.
West's Carriage Factory. Applv lo
noiw ci. West.
Harmony Lodge, No, 3, I. O. O. F.
NOTICE ih hereby given that on Mon.
day Evening next, thu newly eleci
ted Olllccrs of lliu inony Loilgo will bu
liuiallud. All members am rcrjiicsled
o he jiichcut, a mI liinlilbcrs lioin E.
ceUlor Lodge ami visiting brothcic,
lill) It .1, E. WISEMAN, lur.Hco.
A XiniSI' OIKI.iiHUt.Dimi well id.
X. cuiniiieiiili'd, Apply lo Mr, (,', O,
G. W. MACFAELANE & CO.
OfFer for sale the Cargo of the extreme
IRON CLIPPER SHIP "SHAND0N,"
Now being landed
In Exceptionally ir-ine Oondition,
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRY GOODS,
BAR AND SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,
&C, &C, &c, &c,
i , wu.
All of which will he offered to the trade on very reason
4tJ0 2W 0. W. MAOFAULANE & Co.
WILL UK PAID to auv j,e,b(, or
persons who will gfvo such in
formation as will lcc.d lo the conviction
of tho peison or porbons who obstructed
or caused to be obstructed tho road to
Wnlkikl, beyond Sunny South, by plan
ing an o-cut acioss Mild road on tho
night of thu 'J Ith of Mav Instant.
1). DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, May tfg.ldsa. -Ill
I F YOUIt IIOIISK 18 HICIC or LAM1'.
X or my way nut of order, cull on A
T. 1IAKKII, nt dpi. J. C. ClniHiy'i, Mu
bloi. i orner of ()umi &i I'liiiehbinvl His
fSTJlmiklng JiorrtM to nubile or cur
rluuu n upcclulty, Kailnluulloii guarim
Iced, uv no cliurgo .JtfO Jy
All Water Katow Now Duo
mid owing, must bo paid at the ollico of
the Honolulu Water Works,
fool of Niiuuiiu it,
On or before June 30th, 1883,
Otherwise (ho privilege will bo bus.
wmliid without further notice.
OJIAS. Jl. WILSON,
Snu't Water Vorkn,
ApjnovwIiJ. H. Hiwh
Jlciioiulu, Juuu 1, im. JIB