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MONDAY. JINK H, 1 ss I .
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All lime from noon of tn-daj . June !l
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Moon IM?e 7 17,
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, Wind, X.i:., Unlit. My, fnlr; s,MI, (.0.
Dlninontl Head, .lune 7, ,1 p.iu
liiglil N.K. wind.
Hi' man-of-war off Dimnnd I lend.
J uiii' 8. -S.
S. Zealandia from Australia
ttlinr Iwalani from Kauai
Nttnr (' H Bishop from lluinnlvtia
15k Mount Lebanon from Hongkong
Jlfl Atlanta from Port Towusend
Sclir ifalolo from Laupalioehoe
Sclir Mana from HoiiQiiiti
Sclir RobRoy from Koolau
Sclir Mamiokawai from Kckalm
S. S. Mariposa from S. F.
Stmr Lehua for Alolnkni & Maui
Stun- KilaueU Hon for Kahului
Sehr Waioli for Maliko
Sclir Kawailani for Koolau
Sehr Waiinaltt for Koloa
Sehr Ehukai for Waialua
Sehr Luka for Ivohaln.
Sehr Kekauluohi for llanalei
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr C I? Bishop for Ilamakua
Bktne Discovery for S. F.
Sclir "Waiehu for N:n iliwili
Sehr Malolo for Paukaa
Sc.hr Mana for Jlonomu
Sclir "Waioli for South Kona
Sehr Luka forKoholalele
From S. F. per Mariposa. June
!) C II "Woolininoton. Miss 11 II
jVIor&p, Mrs. (' L More. Ali Caro
Morse. -Mrs. C E Simpson and 2
children, Daniel O Council wife ."
children & nurse, Miss A G Catlin.
Miss Lucy "Worcs. Z S Spaulding
wife & children. Miss A E Shed,
Sands Forinan wife & child, lion. 0
It Bishop wife & maid, II lleyman,
Alex. Whyte & wife, Major Can
Dyer & wife, Miss C Tregloan. TR
Lucas, George Lucas, Albert Lucas,
A E K Swift, F M Lewis, Miss A O
Palmer, F-IIaMead, TRMosseiiian,
Rev. R W Logan wife & child, II
Roth, Mrs. Maiy A Paty, Henry
Baldwin, Mrs. M. Silverberg. Mrs.
Paul Bennett, Mrs. Thos. Everett,
Miss Berdie Wells, Mrs. Bruce Cart
wright & child, G S Mead, Herman
"Weber, Jos. Tilden, Edith Turton,
Geo. Frank, and 25 steerage.
From windward ports per Kinau,
June 7 lion. S O AVilder, Hon. S
Parker, Hon. II Kuhilani, L Aholo,
J Richardson, Rt Rev. Bishop of
Honolulu, C Afong, MissMAfotig,
Gov. J 0 Dominis and 2 servants,
J Costa and wife, Schneider, J W
Piluger, S Canavarro, J G Horner,
M G McLean, G F Kenton. Rev. E
Bond, R "Williams, II "W Churchill,
C II Brass, Kawika and wife, G P
"Wilder. S G "Wilder, jun, Miss II
AVilder, Miss Lamb, J AV Gardner
and wife, AVKing, MissNUlii. Miss
Eva Parker, F Y Glade, F Spencer,
T Ar Everett, Y A Whitney, A N
Kapoikai, NCAVilfong, JMPoepoe,
Ar L Kaholokahiki, Rev. AV P Ka
hale, AV II Cornwell, J G Sheldon,
F S Dunn, Don Lin, F Borgman,
Aki, Turton wife and son. II Shel
don wife and .1 children.
From the Colonics, per Zelandia,
June 8 Air Armitage. Air Davis,
Miss Davis, MrPBrogan, T Elliott,
T Leigh, & 82 saloons and 815 steerage
passengers for S. F.
From Kauai, per twalani, June 8
His Ex Gov. P 'P Kanoa, R A
Alaefie, G Titcoinb, Miss Emcline
Titcomb, Ar Borchgrevink, M Gar
tenberg, D K Pai, Miss Lily Rich
ards, Mrs. Mary A Kcakaokalani,
Mrs. Sarah Charman, Airs. Kealoha,
Miss Lizzie Rogers, Aliss Malaea, (3
Bertlemann and wife, A Lindsay &
From Honolulu for S. F. per S. S.
Zealandia Juno 8 Capt. Gidge and
wife and Chinese.
Stmr Lehua brought 20 lmg- of Migar,
20 head of cattle, ami 2.1 hog.
Stmr -Mokolli brought 200 bags-Migur,
:t2."j bag.i rice, and 2(1 k- of bran. Sho
will snils on Weilne-diiv.
Sclir kekiiuiuobi brought :.!7." bags of
hiigar. 2lf bbN of mohe-M, and 21 liag.
Stmr Kllauea lion brought 008 lmg-j of
Migar, !17 kegi of sugar, 01) bag", ol taro,
and 27 bales of wool.
Sclir' Hhukai brought -ISO bags Migur.
Sehr Waioli brought 1H bags niigar.
Sehr Luka brought 12211 baga sugar.
Stmr Kinau brought :I21!1 bags sugar,
0 balei of wool, 2 bor.-e, and 1 17 pkgn
Stmr J.waluni brought ;W78bagF oiigar,
;!8 green hides, 'JO bug of rice, 2ft head
of cattle, & (1 calve-.
Stmr C Jt IMxhop brought 2:1110 bagof
Migar, anil 20 bides.
TheS.'S. Alarlposa Capt. T. Uolding
arrived this A. M. 0 days 15 hours and 51
minutes from S, F. with 01 cabin and 2ft
steerage pn engirt ami 070 tone of 1
,Tl!,i..i....ttn m4,.ii.iv !
The liUne Atlanla ('apt. K M Hall,
arrived vetcrdnv from I'm I Tow ifi-nil
with (MltaW feel of liunlier. 100000 shin
gles and 11)000 liillix to llaekfeld Co.
The (' 1! HMmp ail to-morrow at 12
the Discovery at '.2 ami the Iwalani at ft
The Kinau ami Kllauea Hon sails on
AVedneday at (1:110 p. 111.
The Ella w ill probably all on Wednes
The Nettie Merlll -a IN on Thursday
The Alible Cower N In the stream.
The bktne Mount Lebanon. (. apt. Chat
XcNim arrived yetcrdaj 5!l day- from
Hongkong with a cargo ofjruncral intNe.
She Is consigned to llaekfeld it Co.
Hehrl Waielni brought M0 bags ugar
Sehr .Malolo hroiurht TftObag- of sugar
Sehr Mana brought 11102 bag- of Migar
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Gvr.u three hundred passcnuers
arrived by the Kinau.
C'ait. (tolding is '-till in command
of Hie Mariposa.
Tin: Hon. C. R. and Mrs. Bishop
returned by the Mariposa.
Lawn Tennis Shoes
Richardson & Co.
as A. W.
Tin: Court returned from Wniluku
on Saturday by the Kilaucallou.
Alits. Alary A. Paty, mother of Air.
.1. II. Paty, arrived by the Mariposa.
Tm: Foreign ( Mlicc was represented
at the mass meeting by the corpulent
Tin: Iwalani brings news of much
rain on Kauai, which was greatly
Oi'it thanks are due Purser McLean
of the Mariposa for a late file of
The Governor-elect of Victoria, Sir
11. B. Loch, sailed from London,
Tin: S.S. Mariposa will .sail for
San Francisco next Monday, at
A liAsr.ii.u.i. nine, consisting of
young boys is to challenge the
Married Akn's nine.
. . ..
Am. Government olliccs through
out the Kingdom will be closed on
AVedncsday, Kamchameha Day.
Tin: Zealandia arrived from the
Colonics yesterday at I0:-J5 a. 51.,
and sailed again for San Francisco at
2 1'. M.
Kexnt.dy & Co have just received
per Mariposa, a lot of fresh Cherries
and Currants, on ice. Send in orders
Hit. Dan O'Conncll arrived by
the Mariposa. Wo hear this gentle
man will occupy the editorial chair
of the Advertiser.
Lyoxs & Levey will sell to-morrow
at 12 o'clock, land and buildings
on Lililia street, known as the Afatcli
Hon. CJ. AV. Pilipo and J. awahi,
the two native champions of reform,
were greeted with loud applause at
the mass meeting.
Foi it olliccs to lot, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuan-u and Queen
streets. ;! If
Tin: bridge crossing the stream,
at Palama, by the rice plantation, is
in the course of reconstruction. Ap
parently, the work is being well and
Tin: base ball match between the
Honolulu and Oceanic clubs Satur
day afternoon, drew out a good
attendance, the game being won by
the former club 22 to 18.
Aht. T. E. Evans of Waihee, Maui,
was married to Aliss II. Kaniau,
sister-in-law of the Hon. L. Aholo,
at the English Church Saturday
evening, by the Bishop assisted by
the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. A recep
tion was held later at the rcMilcnco
of the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, AVaikiki.
Tin: race for the English Derby
ran .lune 28th, ended in a dead heat
between St. Gation and Harvester,
Queen Adelaide filly second, fifteen
st at tei b. There appears lo be .some
thing crooked about the result of the
race, particular of which 111 e not to
Wiir.x you visit the Agricultural
Show the second day Saturday, you
must not forget to take along a good
knife and fork, for thorp's going to
be a groat feast free to all. That
bullock wo spoke about last week
will bo on exhibition, and nl noon
will be slaughtered and offered up
gratuitously to all the public present.
'I'm: S.S. Maiiposa arrived at (:.'5()
o'clock llti morning. Amongst the
passengers we notice Col. Z. S. Spal
ding and wife, Airs. Bruce Cart wrighl.
Mrs. T. Everett and C. II. Wool
inington. Tm: Kawaiahao Seminary pupils
give, this evening, their second
entertainment in aid of their Build
ing Fand at the Kawaiahao Church
at 7 :.'() r. 51. As the first one was
so kindly received, and this second
one presents a new and shortened
programme it is hoped the public will
kindly appreciate this.also. Tickets
of Admission 50 cent-, children half
price : to be had at the Stationers.
Tin: road on Xuuanu street between
King and Beretania streets has lately
been repaired and is now in good
order, but the sidewalks remain in
the same disgraceful condition.
Whose duty is it lo attend lo them?
Tin: Marquis of Normaby. who
recently passed through on the
on the .steamer Australia, lias
forwarded from San Francisco to
Queen Aleloria, a petition from the
Chiefs of Tanna, praying for the
annexation of the New Hebrides by
Now that we have a Jockey Club
formed, and as wo expect some fine
racing from our line young stock, it
will be very necessary that accurate
time be kept of the performance of
each steed, and this can be done only
by each owner of such stock provi
ding themselves with one of those
gold chronographs, to be had from
M. McTncrny. 73-1 51.
ILvxr.AX rowed his first race in the
Colonies against Elias Laycock, on
the Nepean river, Sydney, Alay 22nd,
winning easily. The papers state
Ilanlan won by half a length, but a
gentleman on board the Zealandia
informed us, lie won by three lengths
in the hollowcst. fashion. Fully
twenty-five thousand people wit
nessed the race. The amount of the
stakes was $5,000.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Rand will play in Emma
Square, this evening, at 7:30. The
following is the programme. :
Ovei lure T.iuci edi Itoini
Waltz Thine A one Aleisler
Selection The Barber of Seville. Rossini
Selection Abu-hana AVallnce
Selection Princess Ida, (by request)....
Waltz The Source Waldteufel
Polka Red and Black Cootc
Aloliu Ou! Hawaii Fonoi.
Fair Day Grai Bartaiie
. EVERYONE INVITED
FKEK I FICFjE ! ! FREK ! ! !
.JUNE lllth, 1831.
KAPBOLAESB PARK !
npiIE Public will be uku-.ed to know
ju in. 11 on 111c nisi my 01 me .imn
cultural F.iir a Orn d Birlmcuc Feast
will be given on the Gio'iiid- at the
The Bullcek to be h icriliciid will be
on Exhibition until noon of lite lint
day, when it will thetele offered up
gratuitously to all the I'ulille present.
Bring along Your Knife and Fork
and Enjoy Yourselves.
i:. Itai'k S)Iea, from lireiueu.
Two Cottage Pianos,
Knoiii the Celebia'ul Factory of
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
735.2i ' Wcstcrmayoi's Pianos.
500 Brls. White Bros, Com?nv,
500 Bales Wrapping Paotv,
500 Boxe3 Blue Moltlsd Scap,
100 Boxe3 Sardines,
500 Empty Demijohn aiul 1 Gillon,
50 Tons Fence Wire No- 7 5 6,
10 Cases Plain- Galvanized Iron,
10 Cases Sheet Zinc,
20 Cases C C Irons,
30 Cases Tin Plates,
25 Cases Saddles,
J'OIt SALE BY
I i.i.i .ii ii, goiiriiit-Ki v& -".
Oil! for Uio fin cos.
"MCKET3 OVER the Ibidc and to
the Ul-iiud Sdinil ni" now uflni;
veld nt Ihe Olllre til .1. E. YViM-inaii, in
01 dei lo -,i(. (he nitihc the Inennvi
nienee mill tlet m ihe Ua(,U.
llnoo IIovsoh for ,Snlt.
U E V E R A L T II O 15 O U O II B U E H
O HACK HOUSES for sale on no.
count ol denaruiie of the owner, Tlic3e
horses arc all entered In the races of June
lllh, and will be void with or without
Till at 11 .1. AUXEW.
i I) IV I DENM) of Til HUE DOLLAHS
J. per bbaie of the Wonilland D.ilry
and Stock Co., WILL BE PAYABLE at
their olllee on TUESDAY, .In e 10th,
A. L. SMITH,
7:)1 'Jt Tieimuier.
A SPECIAL MEETlXfi of the Stock
holders of the Pacific S'tai .Mill
will beheld lo-inorrow the 7th day of
June at the olllee of F. A. Sohncfcr A' Co.
at 10 o'clock a.m.
Honolulu, June Gth, 1881. TU3 11
X DHESS MAKEHS. Apply Imine
O ilin'elv H. F. EHLEHS & Co.
ONE or two intelligent BOYS (white
prcfuiral), for the printing busi
ness. Apply Daily JJullutin Olllee.
AO-IHL, about 12 or 1 1 years of age,
to mind 11 lbibv. Adply :it the
A FEW SHARES ol Ihe Ha.vailan
Cat riage Manufactory Co., stocks
at a bargain. This is a tegular divi
dend pnying blocks, nnd a good invest
ment. Owner leaving the Kingdom.
Inquire at this office. 732 lw
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 M.vuxakka St.
Ttee.s and Saddles of all kinds made to
oider and repairing Harness, etc done
in shoit notice. All otdcrs promptly at
tended to. 593 ly
AS I INTEND leaving this Kingdom,
all persons ate hereby teruested,
lo present their claims against me within
30 days of date, if they have any, at the
otlice of M. S. Grimbuum Si Co. '
J. P. MENDONCA.
Iloniilulu, May Ifllh, 18S4. 717 lin
Eft. Hoffsclilapr k Co.
Have just received per
Bk- Spica from Bremen,
and offer for sale
Westphalia Mcttwurst & Suclze,
Gorman Vegetable in Tins.
Pilscner Beer in Quarts & Pints,
Lager Beer in Quarts & Pints.
One fine Square Piano ol superior make,
One Cottage Piano,
A few Orchestrionottcs. a new Musical
H1. HoltVchlncger & Co.
A Lane Assortment
- Kon svi.i:
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
in boxcflof COO.srjOnnd 103, made l.y the
" T-. A ' VI 51 3 1 A-VKrt A-"
lor Mile at moderate pi ice-, 1 y
EOii. aaoirhciiiuogi'i- & .
IOTIOK IS 1IEHRIJY (WVKN that
we the undeisimieil have ap.
pointed ICeau (K) of KiiknaKo, as a Lunn
over the Fisheries of KaakaukuUui aid
Koholnlon, leased by u 1'iom B. Pauahi
Bishoj) and Dowset'l and Sumner. Any
peivon or )eioiis who are found llshbu;
or lic-piU'blii;; ill he pioeeutrd aeemd.
in, to law.
fcltti.cl, LI MINU A: Co. .
Honolulu, .lune ;inM881. 730 Uw
11 1? I'NDKHSIfiNEl) havini,' been
appointed Assisuci's in the Hank.
nipt K.tate of V. Atal, llonuapo an
claims adnst slid Instate must be pre
sented duly authenticated to the tiuder
sineil within si. uionlhs, or they will
Iks forever buried, and all parlies owing
Hiid Estate are ieiuired to make imme
diate payment to tho uiuloi signed at Ihe
olllee of'llvinan Biothers.
Honolulu, May Ifitlt, 1831, 71.1 lm
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To innUe room Tor n liitrcr Hlnrk of
New Goods to Arrive Soon.
I'lnin L'liiilnii N'i Yoil. mid S.in Etancisco
All stock on hand dtiriny the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
Mnii-t liii; in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AXI) ALL KINDS OF MVPICIGOODS.
Parlor Scl.s, Hotlrooin Sots, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chvomos,
And a Lirgc Vaiieiy oT Fancy GoxN.
725 lm LYCAN Ar Co.
J. E. WISEMAN
Gumption's v Oloelc, 3eielinui. Street,
Telephone, 172. P. O. Box, Hlfi.
DR. DE.1 ESTATE AG-ENT,
Employment Agont, Custom Houbb Broker,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
and General Business Agent
T only Oenetal Hutiness Agent in the Hawaiian Island
0S0 ly Orders of Every Kind and Nature Solicited from the Various Islands.
mm SIMUPfB i
The balance "or the Stock of Goods of the
BOLLBS Ac Co.
haviag been removed to the
New Ware House
K A U MANA. STREET
U now oll'eri'd for ale at
and coiiii-K in pail of Ihe uual line of
so long dealtjin at the old stand.
Apply to B. F. BOLLES,
715 lm at the Ware IIoikc.
Oiiift' XJl Telephone J240.
P. (). Hox 297. Telephone No. 210.
KENNEDY & CO.,
No. (7 smil (JO Hotel Street Honolulu,
Just Received per Mariposa, June 9.
Fresh Large Cherries,
Hed, White and Bl-icU, on ice.
Fine Fresh Red Currants, on ice,
.lust at rived e 3Iaripoti.
FHESI1 OltOCEKIKS, fioin the bet mfgs, and Ftesh California Produce.
;)oiis Solil I.im. ami l'livereil Free of Chnrue to all iiiu-Im of city.
BILLIHGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dilliiiidiain Stiel l''o., Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
MLVIOK l'LATKD WAHK, A:c., &c., Ac. 052
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
.!.. ) & ?..
7Ti 7T iiiiil IS11;
. , . . ...... ... .yrvrr
LL. J-ffiaC.-i,. 3l'CM
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
tUite M. .1. ItOHia.)
All oider. I'm WhccU chicles of every description tilled ivlth promptness and
diputch. Pimt-clam Mechanics employed all the your round.
atar 11NE OAICKIAGIS AVOHK A SPECIALTY. -tBa
Nothing too hot or loo heavv for us. TRAM CARS, OMN1BUSSKS, FLANTA
TION VA(!OXS, MULli & OX CARTS, nuido lo order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shooing Department ,
It, under ihe supervision of a praotical man a mechunio second to nor.e. We
have no ue tor soaking sronliloigrot tub?. All work guaranteed.
$Ohiirgoa moilerate, WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
108 lv 75. 77 and 81 King Street.
Reduction in Price
AVE WILL SELL
In casks, at
$17.50 per 2000 lbs.
for Blacksmith's use, at $15 per 2000 lbs
or $10 50 per !20u0 lbs. in bags.
J. Brewer & Co.
May 17, 1881. 7t5 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Xuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions receive
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130. Telephone 349.
501 0 m
?Mm.7 7f. T7 and 81