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fyu ilnilj; Ignlldiq.
MONDAY, JULY , 1880.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Fyoiis & Luvcy will sell nt 12 M.,
:tt Sales) Room, Apples ami Garlic.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F.7:30
Algmobii Lodge, at 7:i)0.
ami methods of fishing as described
by airs. Beekley In Hie pamphlet
already noticed by us possess great
inteicst not only to the ethnologist
hut to the general reader. All the
methods and implements known arc
fully and clearly described and an
interesting insight given into various
customs peculiar to the Hawaiian race
heretofore unnoticed or undescribed.
The story is told in such a clear and
pleasing way that we hope to see
airs. Beekley try her hand again at
the craft of authorship and give us
the pleasure of reading at least one
other work from her gifted pen.
SYMPHONY CLUB CONCERT.
Those who were not present at it
missed a treat. It was. undoubt
edly, the best and most pleading
thing in the musical line this year.
It was a pity that a larger audience
were not there to appreciate its beau
ties ; but those who were, fully made
up in enthusiasm what they lacked
in numbers. The programme was
carefully gone through, and several
encores were given and accepted.
The most appreciated numbers were
41 Venzano's Vulse," " Thy Scntinal
am I," and u Cocchcrini's Minuet
to." Our detailed report appears
THE S. S. HANKOW
Arrived 5:30 p. m. on Saturday,
24 days from Coroncl. By courtesy
of Capt. Robertson and II. C. Ad
ams, chief otlioe'r, we are enabled
to lay before our readers the follow
ing report: Left London April 18
with 3 flrfat cabin passengers and G7
crew. Fine weather to Madeira on
April 21th. Lea Madeira April 2G
for St. Michaels, having embarked
'J.32 souls. Continuation of XV gales
till arrival at St. Michaels on 20th
April. Left 2nd May, having em
barked 189J souls total 14414
souls.' On 3rd M ay spoke German
bark Frinz Albert, bound E. May
12th passed island of Fernando Nor
onha. 17th, passed a Lamport &
Holt steamer; asked to be reported
all well. "Weather fine to Straits of
Magellan ; then S and XV gales. An
chored at Sanz Point May 27th, and
on 30th cleared Straits. NW gales
to Jnne 3rd ; on 5th sighted Dortm
da Rocks. Dense fog till arrival at
Coroncl on 7th. Left on 13th ; on
loth passed Juan Fernandez. July
(jth sighted Hawaii. Total passage
from London, including stoppages,
80 days. Steaming time 54 days
and 10 hours. The number of
deaths on board have been 58 from
measles, diarrhoea and exhaustion
three of them were adults. The
number of births 10. The general
health has been extremely good.
She brings 850 tons of cargo for
this port, and will load sugar for
San Francisco. Her registered ton
nage is 2382 tons gross 3501. Her
engines arc 500 h.p. She is 408 ft.
Jong, 42 ft beam, 27 ft draught. Her
uvciugc speed is 10A knots per hour.
Jn the China trallo bhe 'went 12
knots. She was built in 1871. The
immigrants will bo disembarked this
morning at the depot, and she will
come alongside the wharf to-morrow.
of the Library and Reading Room
Association regular business 'meeting
hjlcl on Friday evening lust.
Fending amendments to the Con
stitution and By-Laws were adopted
in accordance with which the busi
ness meetings of the Association
will he held quarterly in future and
1 he meetings of the Board of olllcers
every month, air. G. II. Barton
resigned the ofllco of Secretary in
consequence of his contemplated
departure from Honolulu and air.
H. A.' Parmelee was unanimously
' elected in his place. The thanks of
the Association were voted Jlr.
Barton for the able and faithful
manner in which he had performed
the duties of his olllce. A vote ol
thanks was also tendered the ladies
and gentlemen who took part in the
recent performance for the benefit of
The President slated for the in
formation of members that the con
tract for the new building would be
closed in a short time, the cost of
the building complete being a little
over eleven thousand dollars. After
the transaction of some routine busi
ness, the association then adjourned.
Saturday, July 7 Pika and Ka
nialo, remanded from Gth, found not
guilty, and disobliged; Ah Ilin, Ah
Lcc, KomKwni, remanded from 29th
June, re-remanded to 13th at re
quest of defendant's Counsel.
Report of S. S. Zuuliindin frMn Snn
Francisco. Discharged Ban Francisco
Pilot ou .Saturday June 30th at 5 :!!." p.m.
passed Furralono Rocks at 7:23 p.m.
fresh winds with moderate tun; thence
to port, light and variable winds with
calm sea. Received Honolulu Pilot July
7th at !):5 a.m.
Stmr .las Makce brought 1G0O bugs of
sugar, 930 bags of paddy, and CO head of
Stmr Li-hua brought GO!) bags of sugar,
CO sheep, 2 horses, and S77 goat slilus.
Stmr C H Bisdiop brought 2571 bags
of sugar, !)C0 bags of paddy, and 07 hides.
Stmr Mokolli brought 1,204 bags riee
'3i bag), ot ba ley and 35 hides.
Stmr Walnianalo brought 300 bags of
Stmr Kilauca Hon brought 0 bags of
sugar. 51 bags of potatoes and ." horses.
Schr Ennnu brought 1.000 bags sugar.
Stmr LikrliUe bn ugh: 2403 bags of
sugar, in ir.o'at su-, ..0 nag-, j otatoe, 3
l.or&i'g. 2 mules, 12 blLLosf, and 105
pkgi tur.d ii'.
LOCAL &CENIRAL NEWS.
A child died on board the Hankow on
When the Madras arrived at Victoria
It is said that she had 0 cases of small
pox on board.
The brig Cousuelo will take the next
mail to San Franelfco, abou: Tuesday,
Tin: Hucr-Island Steam Navigation
Company declare a dividend of 0 per
fchme payable this day at their oQlcc.
A Honolulu Sick Exchange is being
formed in 50 shares of $100cich. Al.
ready siilllcicnt shares have been sub.
scribed to make the thing a success, by
the leading business houses.
A telegram was received in San Fran
cisco from the S. S. Hankow that she
had arrived at Coroncl, Chile, on the 9th
of June, bcinj; It days after the time
aiiMSTi'.K Daggett' conduct, as de
tailed by the Press of Saturday hut,
does not seem to be the correct thing
for an American Minister to have clone.
It Is not proper that the representative
of u great country should tuui himself
Into a tout for any newspaper.
"It is an open secret thai there is a
place clo3C lo the Bethel for which a
license has not yet been issued where
drinks can bo hud at any hour of the
day or night and no questions asked.
Of course, what Ihu picont Mfiiictry iu
power, it may bo posxlble Ih-tt alleensc
fee has never been asked through
favouritism and probably domiciliary
visits by the police have been stopped
for the Mime cause, notwithstanding
that it is a well-known fact that many
of our pioininent citizens patronize it.'
Daily Bdlli:tin July 0: The excite
ment caused by the above paragraph
will be somewhat allayed when wc .an
nounce that the place referred to will l:u
found at the comer of the Bethel yard
In the bhape of u water-fountain. .Next!
LATE FOREICN NEWS.
Great distress exists in Cape'Colo
ny. No rain to speak of lias fallen
for 3 years. The great diamond
mine at Kimberley has caved in. It
will take 18 months and 81,250,000
to clear it out.- Cholera is raging at
Port Said on the Suez Canal and
Dninietta, Egypt. No vessels will
stop at either place for fear of being
quarantined further on in their
voyage. ' One vessel with cholera
on board arrived at Havre, France,
but the authorities ordered It on.
England and Mexico are seeking to
interchange diplomatic relations
with u view to u treaty. China is
delaying her negotiations witli
France to gain time for war prepara
tions. A powder explosion occurred
nt Winnipeg, Manitoba, shaking the
to aii as by nn earthquake and in
juring 20 people. I
Gen. Crook has canlurcd several
bands of Apaches. Large numbers
of Irish paupers arc being landed in
New York. The Government have
Issued instructions to have them,
where possible rcshlppcd to Ire
land. The right of Canada to make
her own Commercial Treaties has
been conceded by the British Govern
ment. The Queen's condition hUs
greatly improved. 17 persons burnt
ut a show at Lake Como, Italy.
Great excitement exists in Europe
over Jews in Hungary being accused
of murdering n Christian girl for the
purpose of using her blood in a re
ligious ceremony. The accusation
is believed to be false. The charge
is supported by the evidence of the
14 year old son of one of the accused
who It is believed has been forced to
fabricate his testimony. Iglesias is
now the ruling power in the interior
of Peru. The Ilurumul and Wai
tnrn steamships of the New Zealand
Shipping Company collided off Port
land, England. The Wnitnra sank
in two minutes. 25 persons were
drowned. Yellow fever is raging at
Vera Cruz A number of ware
houses at St Petersburg burnt down
damage $1,000,000. All further
danger is over from the Mississippi
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
This Day, Moiuluy,
July 0th, at 12 noon, at Sales Room,
we will sell, for account of whom
it may concern,
BOXES OF APPLES
Lyons & Levuy, Aucl'rs.
By ordor oi His Ex. the Minister of Interior,
wc will sell by auction
On Wednesday, July lltli,
at 12 noon, a quantity of
PLANKS AND LUMBER
On the Esplanade.
Lyons & Levky, Auct'rs.
A DIVIDEND of Six Dollars per
share will be paid upon the Stock
of the Inter-Island i Steam Navigation
Co., at its olllce, on Wednesday next,
July Uth, 1883.
448 3t J. ENA, Jr., Secretary.
A YOUNG LAD to assist In ofllcc
work; knowledge of book-keeping
not necessary. Good character and
j;ood hand writing is hece-.sary.
4!8 Apply to E. O. HALL & SON.
XJ. S. S. "JSSSEX."
Tay, $0 per month, and a ration.
Apply nn board to the Surgeon, be
tween the hours of 8 and 12 noon, until
Monday noon. Previous experience not
absolutely required. -177 2t
A NURSE GIRL, inunt come well re
commended. Apply to Mrs. C. O.
TWO LARGE LIFE BOATS.
C. BREWER & Co,
ALL ACCOUNTS duo to the firm of
Geo. i Wells, when the business
was purchased by Messrs. Lycan& John
son, must be paid ou or before July 10th
188J, to Messrs. Lycan & Johnson, or
they will be put into the hands of a col
lector, without further notice. 417 td
ALL persons having claims against,
the Estate of J. II. LYNCH will,
please Ille their claims on or before Bui-.
urduy, July 14th next, al the Banking
House of Bishop & Co. All parties In
debted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment at thc&umo
BISHOP & Co., Assignees.
Honolulu, Juno i, 1883.
Tho Delmonico Restaurant
next door to Castle it Cooke,
on King street.
Meals Oookecl to Order
AT AM. HOUlltf.
25 to 00 cents,
Board, per week, upstairs, -: ' : $0.OO
R. VON OKIILIIAFFEN & Co.,
480 lm ""S ;' Pronrlctow.
DILLINGHAM & CO.VS
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stoqk Ranches where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to pasture lands for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol cvory description at lowosl market rates. . ;
Rico Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;
Differential Pulley Blocks, CarringoLatnps.
New Goods contsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plowsjind Agricultural Instruments, ' '
Full assortment of Agato Iron Ware,
Phsetone, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
:UlaelCMinltliIiiK fc 'Woodwork tlono of every description.
Having the mest mechanics I nm enabled to do work
Chcaiier and belter tlian any other firm in this city; x
iew wont anu impairing rtoic will, complete satisfaction, or no charge m. de.
FOR THE LADIES!
Has Just Received from Paris Direct,
"5 picceH ITiiie ITroneli Merino,
10 dozen Ladies' Cassimere Dolmans (buxle trimmed
CO pieces Silk and Wool Poplins, ;'
30 pieces Brocaded Satin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, CoPd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Capes and a fine lot of Ostrich Feathers, in all the newest and
richest colors. Come and examine them, as they must be sold without reserve.
A.1mo, to in-rlveioi'iteliiiiXHliii Mlnnlco-v,
now due, in part as follows:
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Mitts, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Satins, IWarinos
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Capes and Shawls fresh from the Best ParMan '
Houses, in all the Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladles' and Ch!lilr..,
Lace and Lislo Hoso, iu all shades.
1'or the Gentlemen Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothin
other house in the trade. Also, a special line of C. & P. IT. Woii t. "?. any
uiu uuiii'. .ivisu, u Hpccmi line ot u. iB 1. II
Mcn'sand Boy's BOOTS and SHOES, which
Will be Hold at tho LowcHt Hates to clear consignment
You have only to see these goods to be convinced that you can't do better elan
where. Visitors and friends from the other Islands are specially invited.
437 . Mupriiin, I-Iotcl St., Honolulu.
110 Days from Glasgow !
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Offer for sale tho Cargo of the extreme
IRON CUPPER SHIP 'SHANDON,"
Now being landed
In Exceptionally inixie Condition,
and consisting of
FINE LINES OF DRY GOODS,
. , IIARDWABE,
CROCKERY, ,.,..:'. .-
ULASSWARE, " '
j j PLANTATION STORES,
, SUGAR MACHINERY, . 'M '"' ',;H ''
'Vt J- PORTABLE TRAMWAY. '-. .-
STEEL RAILS, "" '
BAR AND SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL,
&c, &Cl &c, Ac, &c, &c.
All of which will bo offered to tho trade on very reason-
WILL BE PAID to any person or
persom who will cfvo such in
formation as will lend to the conviction
of the poraoii or poisons who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed tho road to
Walklki, beyond Sunny South, by plac
ing an ox-curt across said road on tho
night of tho 21th of May instant.
D. DAYTON. Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, Mayas, Mil. 4n
fP YOUR IIORSB IS SICK or LAME,
X or my way out of order, cull oil A
T. BAKBtt, nt Cipt. J. O. Olunoy's sti
hlc, comer of Qacea &, Punchbowl alt
JETBrcaklng hones, tp saddle or car
rlugo u specialty. S itlsfnction guaran
teed or no cliargcEH tt art- '120 ly
Illustrated 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 nt I ho lowest prices.
Patterns. Ladles' and Children
lintv-;,,,, 1. ..
G. W. MACKARLANK & Oj.
To Kent or 1,cuho.
ONE COTTAGE, on. King St.,
containing 7 rooms, with f tab'
liner and cvrnv nnnv....t.,.,,w.
about 1 mile from town. Artesian wa!
tor laid 011. Rent moderate.
,M 1" U. AULES, ., '
Wj' At 13.0. null fc-eoVB .
THE contents of u LARGE HOUSE
cons sling of M Rooms, full? 'fur.
iilshed and complete, now occupied us a.
Lodging House.situafcd within 0 minu.
tcj walk of the P. O. Rent $40 month,
with 5 yearn lease. For particulars, an
Ply to LYONS A; LEVEY, '
m 3w Auctioneer!), 0.ueu utrcct,