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FRIDAY. JULY (i, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale at Sale- Room,
ot Lyons & Levey nt 10 o'clock.
Mothers' Meeting, nt -I-
MuMonl Societv, Practice, YMCA
imp. unler of Red Men, nt 7:30.
MorningStnr Lodge, K. of J. 7:30.
Wednesday, July 1 Drunks ; An
pu:i, forfeited S8 hail, T. Dttglas.
and E. G. Goodman, SO each and
Kiklo, lined So and SI costs; Hami
lei, and I. Kokipi, affray (II) ic
uianded to full (K) forfeited Sit
bail, J. Kalapuna, common miisatiei
Thursday, July 5 Drunks; Kn
wiki, Weld, Kauana. Sam, Kalua
kotu, Hoku, J. Talii, Kauleinamoku,
Kalo, M. McLean, J. Pomroy, for
feited SG bail each : Onoa, W. Wal
lace, G. Taylor, lined So and SI
f-osts each ; Kalualiine, (old offen
der) 15 days imprisonment at hard
labour and" 81 costs; Paulo, forfei
ted S8 bail ; David, S10 bail ; Ben,
lined 810 and SI costs; J Ellis, and
A. Orford, lined ?." and 81.20 costs
each ; It. Soringour, -1 days impri
sonment at hard labour and 1 costs.
G. H. Green, driving faster than a
walk over Waikiki bridge, vol. ros.
1). Mulvenzic, same chaige, lorfei
ted S5 bail ; P. Taso, 'assault and
battery, lined So and S3 costs ; Pa
lea, same charge, forfeited S10 bail;
Hanalei, remanded from 4th nol.
Schr Mary Alice brought 400 bags of
sugar, and 75 IjUj. of molasses.
The bark O. C. Murray, Capt Rink,
arrived yestciduy, 18 days froai San
Francisco, with 8 horses, 200 bbls lime,
!100 ska barlej-, 00 sks brna, 100 sks ol
oats, GM sks Hour, U78 bales liny, 203 bks
feed, etc. She is consigned to P. A.
Sehuefer & Co.
The schr Claus Spreckcls, Cupt Drew,
arrived yesterday, Ky days from San
Francisco, with a cargo of general mcr
c'landise. She is consigned to Wm. G-.
Irwin & Co.
The bgtne W. II. Meyer sailed yester
day for San Francisco. She took 0,880
bags of iju gar, value, dom. 19,102.97.
Schr Mary E Foster brought 443 bbls
of molas; e J.
Stinr Wnimanalo brought 400 bags of
Schr Gen Seigel brought UI30 bags of
bran, 40 bags riee, and 9,1 bbls molasses.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: town is very quiet after the
Fourth of July. The Mipernuou energy
seems to have worked itself out.
Ox Wednesday the King's Own Guards
had a most enjoyable banquet in the
Armorv on Queen .street. Hart llros
provided an excellent lay-out.
Tiieuk are only 0 Chinese now re
maining In Quarantine. Possibly by
the time this Is seen by the public two
more will bavc been released.
Vkstkiiday a red flag at the Premier's
gale made some thlnk'thathe was going
to be soldoff. However, In this ie
it was they who weie sold. Next!
Yr.STi:mAV no meeting cf the Privy
Council was held as intended. The
cause, we hear, was that the Minister
of Hie Interior couldn't be found, al
though he bad charge of the business to
be brought before the Privy Council.
Mr. G. Wnsi'S carriage business has
grown to suck an extent, that he has
had to build over the whole block of
land that he occupies opposite the
Buixktin olllee, This is the result of
good and faithful workmanship and
strict attention lo biialues.s.
Ik Capt. Crane of the schooner Hale,
akala wishes to invite tho schooner
Neltio Merrill lo a trial of speed the in
vitation will be accepted If given when
both schooners are in the harbour lo
cthor and arc thus ready to sail at one
To-day the box plan for the Syinpho.
ny Club's Conceit will bo open at J. W.
Robertson & Co's. It will ho seen from
tho carefully.selected and hlghly-attrac
live piograniino that an excellent even,
fug's entertainment will bo given and
we advise our icadeis not to bo loo late
In securing seats for the best concert
given' this year in Honolulu.
It Is an open secret that there Is a
place cloi-o to tho Bethel for which a
license lias not yet been issued where
drinks can be had at any hour of the
day or night ajid no questions aked.
Of course, w!tli the present Ministry in
pow er, It may be possible that li license
fee ha never been asked through
;.n oui ltlMii, and piounblv domiciliary
iils by the police have been topped
for the same cause, notwithstanding
.bat it Is a well-known fact that many
it our prominent citleus pal ionize It.
MnncilANT Miet between Fort street
and the Music Hall, is being repaired
iy pulling load of slonc and dirt in the
holes. High lime., tool
A iiuiioiir is In circulation that un
armed association has been lormed to
turn the Minister of Foreign Affairs out
of olllee by force if he 'will not go
peaceably. Who knows anything about
Ykstimday Messrs. Gibson & Rhodes
as members of the Hoard of F.dheatlon,
visited the Royal aeliools and listened
to the examinations of the first elasi
(tholilghen) by Mr. Mackintosh for an
lour. They expressed themselves as
well satisfied and highly pleased with
Today our readers will observe thai
Messrs. Lyons ad Levey hold their
Itugulnr Cash Sale. That is hardly a fact
to call special attention to were It not
t lat some of the aiticlcs for sale are
worthy of our readers' special attention,
vi.: a set of colonlal-nuule harness, some
splendid plants in pol, and an extra
choice lot of fancy goods.
VK learn from thel'o-t Olllee authori
ties that during la-t quarter 8,625 letters
were forwarded from Honolulu In ex
cess of tlw-e received. The total num
ber forwarded was 29,242. What does
thl mean? Is it that we In Hawaii nel
are more anxious to send word of our
selves and our doings than our friends
are to answer our letters?
Tins week Bcckwith street, from Pu
liation street to Metcalfe street, was
opened. It is intended ultimately to
eonrect this street with Wilder Avenue
and extend that round Punchbowl to
Xuuanu Avenue so that a splendid drive
will be formed paiallel to Beretnnia
Street and joining it considerably beyond
Fum.liJU. In the meantime people are
invited to go out and diive over it, so as
to harden it.
,Ti-e Gtzcltc made a statement that
the Minister of Foreign Affairs had paid
the Ban 1 and the. Police this last month
by hi' own deque and therefore pre
swmably out of his own pocket. As we
have never at any time heard that Mr.
Gibsoi's newspaper paid to well as to
leave him a bank balance of 10 or 20
thousand dollars lo loan to the Govern,
ment such as that operation would re
quire avc inquired into the matter to pee
wlicic the money came from and we
fined that the money came in both in
stances in the usual way through the
Treasury. A3 a matter of fact the
balance in hand in the Trea
sury on S ,iur lay last was over $25,000,
a small amount tally but still a balance.
So il at o lr dream of attacking the Pre
mier on nccouiit this evidence of im.
met sc ill-gotten gains vanishes for this
time nt an- rati-
LATE F0RE1CN NEWS.
The loss by the burning of tho
Mortou House is nearly 8500,000.
The French have bombarded Tama
tavc, the chief port in Madagascar,
and taken it as well as two or three
other small villages. An extensive
fire haB occurred in the Iloy.il dock
yard Amsterdam damage about
4,000.000, florins. Two men-of-wur
were binned. Hostilities are
regarded in Washington as inevita
ble between Franco and China.
Krazenski, and other Poles, charged
with giving information to the
Russian l evolutionary party regard
ing the movement of Russian troops,
have been arrested on a charge of
Loudon, Juno 20th. Truth says:
Queen Victoria for two mouths has
been in a state of mild melancholy,
which in course of time, if nol ic
licved, will probly become very dilli
cult to treat. Her condition natu
rally has caused great anxiety,
because of the tendencies of her
family. Her Majesty and the Prin
cess Beatrice will, in the Autumn,
go to the vicinity of Florence, Italy,
where they will remain two months.
Tnwhitio is very much pleased with
his reception in Tnurangn, and
speaks in friendly terms of tho jmke
haB,(tiio white foreigners )antl says:
"All differences can bo easily ar
ranged. Let us pull together, and
not pull different ways. Our hearts
arc clear, like Europeans."
His Excellency Mr. F. N. Broome,
the new Governor, and tho viceregal
party arrived at Frcmantle on Juno
it. His Excellency met with an
entluishulir rocoirtioii potl) t Frc
niautlo and at l'ejih, At n com
plimentnry banquet given to him at
Fremautlo, Governor Hroouiu spoke
in high terms of his initial experi
ences of Wcslern Australia, and
gratefully acknowledged tho kind
ness of tho reception accorded him.
lie remnikcd on the need of popula
tion, and suggested n system of
State migration, and a Government
embarkation on a hold system of
public works. Matthew Burnett's
temperance mission is steadily pro
gressing. Nunily (500 people have
already signed the pledge. Every
one of his meetings have been J
attended by crowds.
As time rolls on and the engage
ments terminate of such New Heb
rides natives as are variously em
ployed in thc.colony, the aspect of
tho labour question becomes clatly
more seiious. The trust that tho
rebels of 1878, banished to the Islu
of Pines and elsewhere, would wil
lingly exchange their slate as pri
soners to one of rcgulurly-paid ser
vice, has now to bo abandoned.
Those in the Isle of Pines refused
point blank, whilst of tlie others it
is stated that 100 at the most would
enter into service with the colonists.
There will soon be a demand for ten
or twenty times tiis number. An
importation of Chinese lias been sug
gested, but the Chamber of Com
merce has strpngly expressed its dis
sent to the idea, basing their action
upon the lessons afforded re the
Chinese question in America and
Australia, ami ,uieir lear niai in a
very shoit time the competition in
business by the Chinese would vi
tally affect, the Europeans, in fact
compel thnm to "shut up shop."
At the idea of having the convict or,
worse still, libera element forced
upon them as servants, the colonists
continue to stare aghast, and to be
most averse. Nor do the said libercs
seem to any great extent willing to
change a life of ignoble inactivity
for one of honest labour witness
the inability of. a powerful mining
company in Noumea to procure
mure than three men out of between
200 and 300, the usual remuneration
of the country being offered them.
Again people view with apprehen
sion the state'of affairs which would
speedily ensue were the libera ele
ment to become the dominant one in
the labour question. t
Ogden and Sutherland were ex
ecuted on June 5 for the minder of
Mr. "Wilson and Mr. Holman, nt
Epping, last April. Both convicts
met their fate callously, and without
any demonstration, except a slight
trembling oL'thd hands when placed
on the scaffold. Death followed the
fall of the' drop instantaneously.
Sutherland just before the bolt was
drawn exclaimed, "Lord, have mercy
on my soul!"' Ogdeu said nothing.
The culprits were quite youths.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
This Day, Friday,
July Gth, at 10 a.m., at Sales Room,
will be held
Hegular Cash Sale
Dry GriotlB, Groceries,
Furnltuie, Crockery, Fancy Goods
and a superior lot of
At 13 o'clock noon,
A collection of Fine Plants,
Sacks of Sugar,
8 icks of Potatoes,
O ises of Garlic,
One Scto! Colonial -mado Bugoy Harness,
Grey ilare, well brokon to harness. "
One Newton .Farm "Wagon,
Ono Light Gear Wagon;
One Heavy Gear Wagon,
One New Top Buggy,
Lyqxb,& Lkvkv, Auet'iv,
By order ol His Ex. tho Min's'cr of Interior,
wo will sell by auction '
Saturday, July 7th,
at 13 noun, a quantity of
PLANKS AND LUMBER
On the Esplanade,
Lvoxb & Levkv, Auct'rs.
ALL ACCOUNTS dim to the firm of
Geo. F. Wells, when tho hiiRlnoss
was purchased by .Messrs. Lycan & John,
son, must ho paid on or before July 15th
188-'), to Messrs. Lycan & Johnson, or
they w.ill he put into tho hands of a col
lector, without further notice. 417 til
LL persons haviiiir clninis airainnt.
tho E-tnte of J. II. LYNCI1 will.
please Jlu tliclr claim on or boforo Sat
urday, Julv Mih next, ut the Banking
llouso of Bishop iV Co. All parties In
dented to bild estate, are requested to
make Immediate payment at the sumo
BISHOP & Co., Assignees.
Honolulu, June 19, m,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stoek Hunches where wntcr Is required to bo raised from gulches .
lo pasture lands for watering stock. Full particular and. estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magiioso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol every description at lowest market rates.
Hlce Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for lticc and Sugnr Mills; "'
Pill'erential Pulley Blocks, Carrlngo Lamps.
' .New Goods contsantly arriving.'
Full Hues of i'lows&uul Agricultural Instruments, "' '
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
Phsetone, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvement.
ISluolttsmltliliiK fc AVoodwovk tlonc of every Ucsorlition.
Having the must mechanics I am enabled to do work ' '-.,,
Cheaper and hetter than aiiy othdr firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done will, complete satisfaction, or no charge niiidc.
FOR THE LADIES!
Has Just Kecervod from Paris Direct,
" pieces Xino Xi-ench 3Xeviuo,
10 dozen Ladies' Cnositucrc Dolmans (bugle trimmed) " ' ' .
..0 pieces Silk and Wool Poplin",
ao'piects Brocaded Sutin, '
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. Como and examine them, as they must be sold without reserve.
-Vino, to tivrlve per Stenmwlili "XXmilco-w,"
now due, in part as follows:
Ladies Black and Colored Silk Mills, Black an'd Colored Satins and Surah Satins, Merinos "
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Capes and Shawls fresh from the Best Pari-ian '
Houses, in all the Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladies' and Children's
Lace and LLle Ifoso, in all shades.
For the Uciitlomcii-aicn'F, Youth's and Boy's ClotHng lower than anr
other house in the Ira le. Also, a t.pe.:i il line of C. & V. H. Terrull & Cn'q
Men's and Boy's BOOTS and SHOES, which
AVUI lie Hold at the ljowuHt It:if pm tn ciw nnui. t
You have only to sec these goods to be convinced that you can't do Jjclter else
where. Visitors and friends from the other Island are specially Invited?
S. aXttguin, Hotel St., Honolulu. 6ra
110 Days from Glasgow !
G. W. 5IACFARLANE- & CO.
Oirer lor salo the Cargo of the extreme.
IRON CUPPER SHIP "SHAND0N,"
Now heing landed
I Exceptionally inne Condition, ,
and consisting of ' '
FINE LINKS OF DRY GOODS,
, , HARDWARE,
t PLANTATION STORES,
A '.). , PORTABLE TRAMWAY,
BAR AND SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,
&c, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c, '
All ol' which will be offered to the trade on verv reasonV
able tonus. ' ' " " v "
m Sw O. W. MAOFARLANE & Co.
WILL BE PAID to any person or
peibniiswhn will give such in
formation as will lead to the conviction
of the person or persons who ntntruetod
V.r,c.'."?c.'l., bo "hilrtteled the road to
Waikiki, beyond Sunuy South, by plac
ing an ov-eait across bald road on the
night of tho 24th of May Instant.
,t , , D;PAYTON, deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, ai,ny 33, 1888, 411
TV YOUIt HOUSE IS SICK or LAME,
,m ,,ir.i,.,iy.wuyn'nof ilcr- :'ii n a
T. B.VUEIt, at Cipt. J. O. Cluncy's sla
blo. corner of O leeu & Punchbowl sts
"Breaking liorsoa to saddle or car
Hugo n specialty. Satisfaction guura'n
teed or no charge, .120 jy
wVJ. " 1 0
HAS JUST DECEIVED ' f
A Supply of ETewGoodjS.,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Sh.vlts, &o , of tho best quality, ,
, .Sold at the lowest prices.
S CUT-UNDER CARRIAGES,
1 " r .",'r I
To Iteut or Eeuse.
ONE COTTAGE,'on King Sf,
containing 7 rooms, with 6tb
Hnir and i.vrn- nnnvAninn.
i.... . ...ii '.:." - "Y",v"i-6
uijuin 1 unit, iruut WWII. ArteslUll WB.
ter laid on, Kent moderate. '
L- C. ABLES,
4131m AtH. Q, nail & Eous
HpiIB contenU ,of a L.VRQK .HOUSE'
X consisting of 14 Booms, fully fur
uislied and complete, now occupied ns 11
Lodging House, situated within 5 miuii.
tei walk of the P.O. Bent $40 month,
with 5 years lease. For particulars, np-
Ply to LYON Si & LEVEY,
11W Sy Auctioneers, 0.u.ccji street.