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THURSDAY, JULY 2G, 1883.
THIS DA ''S DDIHCS.
Regular Cusli .Sale at Sales Room,
of Lyons & Levey nt 10 o'clock.
Mr E. P. Adams will sell nt Sale?
Room, at 12 noon, Valuable Heal Ins
tate on King St.
Ladies' Benevolent Society, Fort
St. Church, nt II.
Social, ForUt. Church, 7:o0.
An independent, non-political
church paper has complimented the
Honolulu press for being "pure in
Lingungo, healthy in tone, ready to
recognise the truth of religion,
mid anxious for the promotion of
good morals." Very good. But how
about journalistic! honesty in Hono
lulu ? Cm it bo said that our news
papers mo candid and truthful? No.
The Government organ is prone to
exaggerate everything favora-dc to
the administration and to belittle
everything of an opposite ten
dency. The opposition papeis
rush into the other extreme, disin
genuously obscuring the good and
magnifying the evils of the picsent
government. In plain English. thcc
papers arc in the habit of lying wil
ful, intentional lying hoping there
by to strengthen their lcspcctive
positions nt the expense of their
opponents.- In fnct, Honolulu papers
arc party organs, and all party
organs, the world over, are unrelia
ble, because partial and one-sided.
They do not scruple to misrepresent
the truth, if misrepresentation be
considered helpful to their parly.
For an example of this read the
Saturday Press of last vicck, which
says, "A minority of good citizens,
quite apart from the palace party
and its uncanny following, has not
ceased until now to deprecate the
action of the l'ress, 'because it
would hurt us abroad.' Now, these
fearful fragilcs arc with us, to a
man." The misrepresentation is in
the last sentence. No doubt, the
Press is, and always has been, very
bold aud out-spoken not to say
abusive and has fearlessly struck
at laMicss aud corruption . and
staunchly advocated reform ; but
why stretch the truth? It docs not
follow because the Press gained the
victory in the libel suit, that all those,
"to a man," who formerly disap
proved of the prominence given to
the subject of leprosy, arc now in
favor of the course adopted by that
paper. The fact is, many "fearful
fragiles," "quite apart from the
palace party," were opposed to the
Press's line of conduct in this matter
before the trial, and many of tho&e
same "fragilcs" are still opposed.
"Whether the Press's views are right
or those of the "fearful fragilcs," is
quite another question; but it is
untrue to say that these people have
all changed their minds and are now
"with" the Press.
HEAVEN OPENED.-BUYING FLOWERS.
Yesterday noon Officers Marcos
and W. II. Tell, captured C Chinese
gamblers in a house muuka of King
street and in full view of the Station
House, from the balcony of which
Mr. Dayton saw the two principals
escape through a window. Part of
the gambling paraphernalia was
captured and a little money. It
appenrs two games hud been going
on bearing the euphonious names
placed at the head of this article.
THE ROYAL S2H33L
Yesterday, tho annual exhibition
.and distribution of prizes was held
at-the abovo mimed school fiom 9
a.m. to 1 :,'() p.m. in the presence of
a largo number of parents and friends.
II. K. II. Princess Liliuokalnni at
tended by Miss Sheldon and Ilis Kx
AV. M. Gibson were also present.
Throughout the exercises were of
great interest and well conducted,
showing the great progress made Ivy
the pupils in tho various branches of
instruction embraced in tho curricu
lum of the school. But the greatest
interest centred in the room in which
the two highest grades were examined
by thePiincl, tv, thu Rev. A. Mackin
After this exhibition of the pupils'
com si! for tho past twelvemonth, i
couple of liynuii were miiij, and tin
recitations began in the followin,
1 Morning U.unntoMont Ulnnc
2 The Smack In school
II Damon and I'vtlilas I. JioNlO
4 The Itetoit S.K.I'll!
5 The Olios! Kalakieli
0 The Angel In the Thunder Mown. . .
7 The Vagabond It. Iviitiinkn
TonlcSol Fa Hounds '-'
STIioFntu (if Virginia.'. I no. lfw
',i Minder of King Duncan.... Win Oil
11 Alfred the (ircatto his uicn..T.S.lv.
1 J Speech of Seigcaut liuftiz
The tt lc and exactitude of these
declamations showed not only Jin
innate talent and nplitudo of tin.
pupils themselves but in an indirect
manner the skill and patience will
which they lu.d 1 ecu taught. In
what other country could a similai
exhibition be made by children in i
foreign language and yet show so
little to lcinind their hearers tbnt. it
was a foreign Jangungc to them thai
they were speaking? In the abovi
list the most appreciated wore nos.
1,5,7,8,0, and 12. Thelutiei
carried off the palm. The lifelike
imitation of tiic stout yet fiery law
yer in his address to the jury in the
memorable case of Bardell vs. Pick
wick for brcach-of-promiso was re
markable. It literally brought clown
tho home and so loud and prolonged
was the appl.iuso at the close that it
would have been regarded as an
encore by a pio'ei iona1.
The Principal then rose, and with
a few brief and appropriate remarks
distributed the prises. One of
these, presented by the President of
the Board of Education, had not yet
arrived but was expected by the next
steamer, when it will be presented to
its fortunate recipient, Master James
N. Iveola, the Uux of the school.
The prize list is as follows :
1st General Mirks, and Dux of
School, J. N. Keohi:
2nd for General Mark' and Map
ping, S. Lui:
3rd for General Marks, J. Kea:
lth " " " J. Kalai:
oth " " " Kalakiela:
6th " " " A. Fitzsimmons:
for Best Recitation (awarded by the
audience) V. Fernandez:
The books presented were, Out
lines of History, Arabian Nights,
Botany, JEsop's Fables, Christian
Principle in little things, and Scot
After the distribution of the
prizes the boys sang very nicely
three school songs, and then Hawaii
Ponoi, the audience; rising and join
ing in, which closed the year's work
for this school.
Wednesday, July 2.") Drunks,
Kamio and Kalawaia, forfeited 80
bail each; D. Fiecnian, malicious
mischief, remanded to 20th ; Ah
Long, same charge, same action;
Wahineana, remanded from 21th,
found not guilty, and discharged.
Stmr Iwnlnni brought !i.")t)a bgs sugar,
Schr Jennie "Walker, 805bgs sugar.
Schr Gen Scigel, 480 bags rice.
Sohr Emma, 7.10 bugs sugar.
Schr KuuiV, 700 bags sugar.
The ship Klinndou will mil the latter
end of nc.t week.
The fcchr Julia is now in the stream
painting and fixing up.
The bchr Courser will sail to-day, in
ballast, forPoit Townsend.
The II W Almy will probably sail on
A large sign boinil, bearing tho woids
" Oceanic Steamship Company," lms
I cen erected on the new iwuchoube, and
two Uag.poU's at eaeli end of the Hlied.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lyops & Levey hold their Rcgulnr
Cash Sale to-day at 10 a.m. (Jo to It,
Tin: Julia will leave for the South
Sea Islundi. early next week with a
cargo of returned hiborcis,
. i... t m. t
Tun Treasurer of the Humane 6b.
ciely loports Hint be lias had the ice
broken with a subset iptlon of $10. Inil.
lutlou Is the binccrcst llattery.
Tjik l'ahuna bridge ib now covered
over an lth coral rock, etc., so that tlieio
is 110 means of iibccitnluliig whether it
is In good condition or not. It may
break through at any time.
TuiiKK of the iilijh drawn by tin
'o'luwlng pupil i of tin Hw.il S hools
3. Lul, J. ICcn, and .1 Keohi- hnvc been
elected for llislr excellence to be sent
.o iliu llo-ion KxMlili'o i
Tut: A1111111I ltecitsitinm and Distri
bution of prl.es at Iohini College School
wt'l tike place ll is afternoon at
o'clock. The Athletic f) o.ts will begin
it hulf pnt tlit i oVock.
Yesterday Mi. .. Holster presented
his to 1 Junes with a handsome gold
watch na nn appreciation of bis reclta.
tion. The presentation win ovule through
he Prin ilpn of the Royal S ihool.
. o - ' -
To-day noon our rcudci are lcqucBlcd
o nttend the Sales room of E. P. Ad.imr,
Csq. on Queen St. and wituos3 the wile of
nluiiblc leal estate oil King St. by or.
ler of tho Executor of the estate of
T. M. Hose, deceased They will find
t to their ndviin'ngo.
' . '
It appears that the Insane 111:111 whom
we spoke of as belrg in towm yesterday
was peifcetly liannlc. He, with'othon
!n tm 11, K allowed by the Doctor's
orders to spend the day ft 0111 0:33 u.m.
to 1 p.m. 111 town us an incentive to re
turn! ig powers of nilud. There is not
the slightest danger.
To-wvy the examinations at tho Fort
Street Sehnol will commence. In the
niornini; tl ere will be Oral o:tmi:iatioii3
for all U13 classes in the valious rooms.
n the afternoon thcic will be Singing,
Declamation, Heading, Dialogues, etc.,
and the giving of the Ceititicatcs of
Promotion. The pai.cruoilc done by
the el ildren in the written examinations
may iilbo be "-ecu. In Ihe 8th or highest
Clns that of Miss Xcllle Brown will
attract attention for its nentnes. As
ibo, in tho 0th Clan, thoe jof Misaes
Oito Sinlaro, and II. Brown.
Thu results of the
tions at Fort Street
Seh' ol this week
place Ihe 'o"oiv'nr n
t the head of their
respective Class es:!
8th grade A. Necil.
ham: 7lh G:ade M.
. t iatuo ; oth
Teachers of the :iil
repot t the c n- 1 e-it
Ward, J. I civi-, tin.)
"Waul: 0th Grade
Grade W. Bald-
2 1 !, 1st, Giadcs
: 3rl. A. and L.
li. Hig:in:2rid, L.
Sco'l, 1111 1 A. drier:
M. K llett.
1 t, II. lt.ihtnd.and
Ave on Sa.es bIyoas & Levey.
This Dsiy, Thursday,
J ily 2Udi, at 10 a.m., at S.iles ltoom,
Will bo held,
Heguiar .Cash Sale
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Plows, C.-ookcry, Glassware,
Fancy Goods, IJags Sugar, &c.
At 12 noon, a superior lot of
Removed lo our Sales Room for con
venience of Mile.
A Good Saddle Horse,
Suitable for n Lady or Child. Also,
2-Seat Express Wagon,
For account of whom it may concern.
400 Qr. Sks First Glass Family
Lyons &, Li:vey, Auctioneers.
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AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
IQxcculor'N Sale ol
REAL ESTATE !
By order of F. A. Schnefer. Esq., Exc
cutor of the Estate of M. J. Rose, de
ceased, I will sell nt public auction,
This Day, Thursday,
July 2Cth, at 12 nco.i, at Sales'ltoom,
That Certain Piece of Land
TWO STORY BUILDING
thereon, used ns a Wheelwright
and Carnage Shop,
OIV KIIVG 3TKEET
Between the premjses of UtuI & Ahec
nnd the Blacksmith Shop of Whit
man Ss Wri'.'ht:
Tlio premises will be offered subject
to a lease dated April 11, 18, forbix
yet'.rs, nt a monthly rental of .!C0, pay.
able in advance.
The.lot bus a frontage on King street
stiect of 20 feot nnd 78 feet deep,
For fuither particulars nnd plan ap
ply to F. A. Seh.iofcr, Ex., or to
E. P Ad uis, Auctioneer.
I WISH to notify my numerous cus
tomers that all accounts remaining
unpaid, after this date, of three months
Mnnding, will be charged 20 per cent
additional per month.
MRS. J. A. ROIUNET.
July 20th, 183a. 403 2 w
Xi uureoy given nun nciiuer
(art niu iuiiiiii 1101 uie Agenis
iJ9P- f 'he Gernuin Bark " (Jano.
5asaa? pus," Scliniitmeycr, master,
will bo responsible for any debts con.
traded bv ihe eiew of said vessel with.
out their written order,
4113 t II. 1IACKPHI.U ft. Co., AKeiits.
fit IO KmvukI.
LOST on Saturduy niuht 011 Hotel bt.
A don bio English Sniveling Rug,
n tlyed bhectfekin loot rug, and 1111 em
broidered diist.wray. The above re
ward will bo paid 011 relurnliig same to
400 G. V. MACFAHLANJ3 to Co.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
ULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Slock Rnnchc3 where water Is required to bo raised from gulches
to puturo lanls for watering slock. Full particulars nnd estimates furnished.
Eefrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcito Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely flrc-proof. . .
Lubricating Oils' ol every description at lowost market fates.
Rice Cloth, Patent Rag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mills;, '
DiiVerential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
ISTew Goods contsantly amying.r.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of
For the 1 ,000,000,
FOR SALE AT
A, W. RICHAB,DSQ1T & Go's., ';
'o. OS JPovL Sircci.
Phastons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured with. nil the latest improvements.
ISlnoltsmltliliiK fc "Woodwork done of every loHorlptIon.
Having the niiST mixiianics I nm enabled to do work
Cheaper and l)etler tlinn any other firm in this city.
New work and Repnlrlng done will, complete satisfaction, or no charge made.
JOSEPH E. WgSEEViAEKg,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Oflice, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Qnzcttc Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu nud the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu nnd suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vick cry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Vibitor, Mi
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
ESTChargcs always moderate. "Tclcphono No. 172.
Fancy and Dry Goods
A. M. MELUS'
NOW HEADY TO SHOW
the public the Finest and Best Selected
Stock ever exhibited in this Kingdom,
at astonishingly Low Prices. Rend the
following, call und bo convinced.
For wnnt of space I quole but few of
the One Thousand Bargains now on
Pure Silk Moires, all shades, ijil 10
worth !J OD
Pure Brocades, leading shndcfc 0 01
worth 1 2.1
Fine Satins , 1 00
Fine Figured Sateens 0 50
worth 0 75
Calico choice patterns, 15 yardsfor 1 00
Tremendous Bargains in
Hosiery and Underwear.
Ouice Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL persons having AVutcr Privileges
nro uotllled that their Water Rules
nro niiyuhlo sfini-aiinually, in advance,
at tho olllco of tl-o Sunerlntundont of
Water Works, foot of Niiuiinu street,
upon tlio 1st day of January and July of
each year. OIIAB.B. WlLSON,
Sup't Water Works.
H. IC. Kaai. Minister of Tntijrlor, 204
SATURDAY, 11 Liidiei' Bracelet. The
owner tin Jmvo the name on prov.
ini; nwuerbhin and im-Ini? hminum.
j Apply ut llild ollice. -lfo
Agate Iron "Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on npplication.
.JUtU41j 1IIIW I I1.I.1J L.JHIW
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold nt the lowest prices.
Real LHc Thread Hose, all shades 0 50
Bal. Ho'-csilk clolcged, f. f 0 35
Fancy col. hose, from o 15
Ladies' Embr. Chemise 0 SO
Ladies' skirts, with ruflles& tucks 1 CO
Ladies' night gowns, good quality. TOO
Also, an imnicnrenvo-tment of Lace
GooJc, Ficheus, Gloves, Mitts, &c.
IN GENT'S GOODS
I have a fu'.l lino of
Fine unhiundored shirts $1 00
Fine peicalo shirts from l 00
Fine undershirts, from o 25
Fancy half hose, from o ifl
Kiuiey half hose, full finish, from.. 0 35
I'lne brocaded suspeuders, from... 2 ro
Fine Byclclc shirts, from 1 00
Fine G. Silk handkerchief?, fiom.. 0 75
Fine G. Bathing suits, from i 75
Fine Silk Alpaca Coats 3,50
Drill biiils, for painters .'..'.... 1"25
A full assortment of Tics, Sji rfs,
A NEW ADDITION !
.mH'.'J'I,",0 IlMU0, m lulUbment
a Filter CLASS MILLtJSE't, just ar
rived from tho Coast, who will trim
hats to order, and nlso wnit upon tho
wants of my customers in tho Ladies
Badly Scorched but not Burnt.
ED. C. ROWE,
. House and Sign Painter.
I'apor Xlmiifci', &.
Desires to Inform tho public that lie has.
On the site of his bhop on King street,
lately destroyed by fire, where lie will
be happy to meet his file ids ni,d cuoio
mer, and attend to all orders frr
Painting and Paper Hanging
. as usual.
Mcicpiiono .No. M.
ED. C. HOWE.