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MONDAY, ,11'NE 1G, 1381.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All Ihni' from noon of to-tluy. .tune 10
Sim Set C 18.
Sim Rise 1" IS.
Moon RUcs 12 48.
High Tide (.lai go) 0 00.
High Tide ( small ) 12 00.
WIM) : WUATllllK
llrcmil tioin noon of jeMordny
USeu'n-w-l Tlioimometer Huln.
I iii ' i ii i 'ii II tin I mi I isii li u ish
I 80.11 iiO.l I I iW.l 1 H K20 70 3 I 7.-.S II 0.00
Wliul, X.i:., fio-li, Sk, lino, 'en, heavy
niiiniond Head, June 10, 3 p.m
Light N.E. wind.
Stmr Iwaltini from Kauai
Stmr Likclikc from windward ports
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Stmr Kilauca IIou from Knhului
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Stmr C R Bishop from llamakua
Sehr Kaluua from Jaluit Is.
Schr Catorina from Ilaualei
Schr Kekauluohi from Ilanalei
Bk Amy Turner from Boston
Schr Waimalu from Koloa
Schr KobRoy from Koolau
Solir Rainbow from Koolau
S. S. Mariposa for S. F.
Schr Eliukai for Waialua
Schr Kamoi for Laupahochoc
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui
Schr Kekauikoaouli for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
C O Whitniorc for Port Townsend
Bk Abbie Carver for Hongkong
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kahului
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr C R Bishop for llamakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Catorina for Ilanalei
Schr Kamoi for Laupahochoc
Schr Waimalu for Koolau
Schr Haleakala for Popeekeo
Schr Maiy Alice for Molokai
From Kahului per Kilauca IIou,
June 1."). P N Makcc & wife.
From windward ports per Kinau.
June 15. F Aucrbach, A Barnes,
W G Walker, II A Bridges, L Aseu,
W Ebeling, J Lyons, Mrs G M Lake,
Mrs R C Austin, Mrs L Alcana and
child, J Stubblebeen & wife, J Mc
Guire & wife, W II Shipman, Mrs
W II Reed & 2 children, Master R
Peterson, II Turton, II A Ilcen, M
Piko, A Vida, Mrs lloapili.
For S. F. per Steam Ship Mariposa
June 1G L Hart, Rev. W. F. Free
man, Rev. II. Macy, R. W. Irwin,
Mrs. Waterforcl, Mrs. Capt. "Worth,
Mrs. C. More and 2 daughters, A.
W. Pierce and wife, Mrs. G. J.
Sting, L. Altmark, Miss A. F. Kab
lin, Mother Judith and child, A
Ramish, Mrs. McMorris, II. Daw
son, G. Frank, J. Lazarus and Miss
Alexander, Mrs J E Handford, Mrs
G J Strong", Miss A T Catlin, Paul
Iscnberg, E Muller, Miss K Tee, J
Vernon, J Laman, II Tictzen, C D
Williams, L French, E Calam, W S
Santos & wife, G C Chaefcr, II W
Boys, T Karlson & wife, M Green
wood, G Christiansen & wife, Mrs
MSilva, C Martinson, C J McCarthy,
O Branch, A T Hudson, C Dean, N
McCarthy, P Kelley, PBrogan, II
Kellcy, J Burke, F Silva, G V Ken
G V Sovillc, J Clifford, W II Ber
wick, E S Hall, A E Kennedy, II S
The Jjavkentine Kitsap, belonging to
Pope & Talbot, was struck by lightning
in latitude 250 noith, longitude 150O
west, while! on the way from I'oit Gam
ble to Honolulu. The damage is not
Stmr Kinau brought 1833 bags sugar,
153 sheep, 1 horse, 23 bales of wool, and
41 bags of taro.
Stmr C H RIshop 1270 bags of sugar,
and 12 bides.
Stmr Iwalani brought 3307 bags of
sugar, 57 bide-, and 50 bags of rice.
The Kaluna, unpt. iwovou, arnveu
yesterday, 37 dayh lroin Jaluit Islands.
She In ought Capt. Tripp, 4 of the cicw,
thestcwaid and 10 New Hobi ides that
weie on the Julia when bho was wreck
ed, she aUo biings 22 Gilbert Islanders
to Ilaekfeld & (Jo.
The bark Amy Tinner, Capt. Newell,
aivivcd this morning, 113 days from
Boston with a cargo of general mdse.
The Abbie Caner will sail lor Hong
kong to-moirow, to loud for this port.
The Haleakala will take 50 Portuguese
immigrants to-morrow for Popeekeo.
The Splea is loading sugar near tho
P. M. S. S. wharf.
The Stmr Iwalani will take an excur
sion party fioin Walmba to Nihoa this
trip, and hereafter bho will touch at Ni
hoa and Nllhau.
The Iwalani brings news of of a muti
ny on board the Schooner Waimalu,
while that vessel was at Koloa, but Capt.
Kibling of the Waimalu deny's It.
Tuu .Muripop.i took 31002 hags sugar.
1082 bags of rice, 3 152 bundle- of
bananas, 112 bills of bides, 088 hides,
10 bills of goat skins, ion bdls of sugar
cane, 13 boxes of leases, 10 boxes of
roots, etc. Total domestic value, 8213,
030.71. Schr Calcrhui brought 300 bags sugar.
Schr Kekauluohi brought 300 bugs of
Hon. Paul Isenbcrg left by tho
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Finance Committee Hepoit
covers I pages.
Mi;. J. R. Maofic, of Scotland, .ir
nved by the S. S. Australia.
Two nice furnished rooms to let.
Apply, No. -1 Garden Lane. 740 lw
II. B. M. S. Swiftsurk h ex
pected to leave on Saturday, her
destination being British Columbia.
Tin: S, S. City of Now York, of
the Pacific Mail Co., is to be re
paired and placed on the China
Captain Tripp tripped home yes
terday after his little trip. It is
now in order to find out who pays
Dn. Thacher's olllrc will not be
closed before June 25th, owing to a
considerable amount of woik en
gaged in advance. 738 3t.
Four olllces to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. G91 tf
Tt took the Hon. Godfrey Brown,
Chairman of the Finance Committee,
just one hour and twenty minutes to
read his report in English.
, , . . . ,o o "
4,773 letters and 1,GSG papois
were dispatched from the Post-office
by the Mariposa. One half of these
wore only posted. this morning.
Tiil Japanese Corvette Tsukuba,
with cadets in training, was at Auck
land, N. Z., and was to leave for
Honolulu direct. She may be ex
pected here shoitly.
The fat boy of the Foreign Office
stood blubbering at the door of the
Legislative Hall this morning, while
the Finance Committee were going
for his dear master.
The foot race at Kapiolani Park
Saturday afternoon, between Willie.
King and Thomas Wiight, was won
in the easiest manner by the former.
The distance run was 100 yards.
A viziiY violent shock of earth
quake occurred May 19th on the
Island of Kishm, near the mouth of
the Periston Gulf. Twelve villages
were destroyed, 200 persons killed
and man wounded.
The Finance Committee say that
the disgraceful condition of the
books in the Interior Department is
owing to the employment of young
boys instead of more experienced
The long looked for schooner Ka
luna, arrived yesterday 37 daj'sfrom
Marshall Islands. She has on board
Capt. Tripp and the cicw of the
wrecked Julia. The Kaluna nor
heard anything of the Morning Star
now over due.
A lauge number of persons availed
themselves yesterday of the oppor
tunity of inspecting II. B. M. S.
Swiftsiu'e. The officers on board
took particular pains to make the
visit of their guests a pleasant and
A detachment of sailors and
marines from II. B. M. S. Mutine,
attended divine service at. St. An
drews Cathedral yesterday forenoon.
Tho Bishop preached and in the
evening the Rev. G. S. Mead of San
Francisco occupied the pulpit.
2 The cricket match between H. B.
M. S. Swiftsure and II o no lulu
Cricketers came off on tho Makiki
grounds Saturday, and was won by
the local team in the first innings.
The attendance was very good, and
much interest manifested in the
game, particulaily bo by tho fair
sex. Following is tho score: Hono
lulu, first innings, GO; Swiftsure,
liist innings, -17. Tho latter team
made 79 in their second innings, and
the Honolulu's 31 for tho loss of
The S. !". Kinau brought the news
of a murder having taken place at
llakalnu, Ililo, last Wednesday. It
appears that a Chinamen by the
name of Otiki owed another one Leon
Clm SG. The hitter asked for his
money, but on Ouki stating he was
iinablo to pay, Leon Chu drew a
knii'o and slabbed him in the breast,
the man dying two hours afterwards.
Sheriff Severance arrived at tho
scene of tliu muidcr Into in the even
ing and held an inquest, tho jury
returning a verdict of murder against
Leon Clm. He is now locked up in
the jail at Ililo. We arc informed
that the prisoner is a principal mem
ber of a Chinese Secret Society and
this is his sixth victim.
K Dlir.KS JlYlOKiK. AmVy..LuyiM -O
dh'ely 11 P I 11LBHS & Cu.
ONKui (ttnlnioirjr ,)l 130 S (white
pioleir mI), foi ihc piiuting b isi
ncs. Apply Daily ISur.urrix Olllcc.
SITUATION n Govjtncv by compe
tent oml experienced ladv. Kefer.
Aldiesi, II. C.
McLt,F,T x OfTlc", Honolulu.
GEO. E. SHERMATC.
No. s Mauxmjua Pt.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
oidor and rcpuiiini; Harness, etc., dono
hi siioa nonce, ah outers piomptiy ai
AS I INTEND leaving lliis Kingdom,
all persons are hcioby requested,
m present their claims against mo within
JiO dnyi of dale, if iliey iiae a iv, at the
oftlec of M S. Giimlmuni & Co
J. P. MNllO.SCA.
Honolulu, Ma l!)tli, isst. 717 1m
Furniture for Salo & Cottago
jfii !?5r5.0T CAJ-II can buy Fm
te"jSg nitiiie in 'i neatly tilled up
SlSsSK C ttige, slluti'el in a large
yard and good neiglibi rhond, iih pilvl
lege of icctipying same 1or 20.00 pnr
month pajable quniteily in advanre.
Water K'Uea and Kent paid to Aug. 15,
1 8 si inducted. Pos-csioii given imme
diately. Piincipuls onl need apply.
Addles " Fiirniiuri'," Bcixhtin O lice.
ONE of the line t o'Hpc in Honolulu
to let. Enquiic of K. 11. TiiAonnn,
101 Ton si. U,) -iiiii- T. 0 I w
HOC) LkT, five miniKcs walk tioin the
X lot Ofilce. Enquire at
J. M. OAT, Jr., &Ci.
F.'v Bai-k Spica, from Bremen.
Two Cottage Pianos,
.fc'uom the Cele'natcd Factory of
FCR SALE LY
ED. HOFSCH-AEIER & CO.,
SOLD AG2NT6 FDR
735-lm Wcs'ormayor's Pianos.
M. Eoffsctopr k Go.
Have just rece vd er
Bk. Spica from Bremen,
and offer for sale
Westphalia McltwurM Si Snolzo,
Gorman Vegetable in Tins.
Pilscncr Beer in Quar s & Pints,
Lager Beer in Quarls & Pinls.
One lino Squaro Piano ol superior make,
One Collage Piano,
A low Orchestrianotlcs, a now Musical
E1. ISofSVchlaeffCv & Co.
1 Lapp AssinMi
At te lowatt Prices
at A. 3. Cicghorn & Go's.
in box a of f01V.ro on 1'V, m d-'ythe
lor tale at n o lerato ; ric3 , by
Ea.'Bfott'acIilncKCi' & Co.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
wo the un :ci-i encd huvo up-
pointc'l Keau (k) of Knkniiko, as a Lumt
over iho Fisheries, ol Kaaknukukui aid
Kohol lon. leased by us finin I), l'aualii
Ilishop and Dowsctt and Sumner An)
person or person- who are found (Idling
or tiom.nsing will lopiosejuli'da toid
infe to law.
Signed, LI MING & ''o.
Honolulu, .June tin', 1864. 7-' ' Sw
Assiri ees is'oiice.
'"pilE UiN'DE"'SItiM3J having lnun
X appolnied As i-iuci!- in fm Kank
mpt E laio ot V. AM. Hoauapo nil
clitims a,',ln-t wild Ea'aio inu.thf pie.
senlPdd.ilvau lu-'iiikait'd to Hie umlei.
bigno I within six umiitli . oi ihoy will
bo lo over tmriud, nut .i 1 P ruesowm
enid Eiiato are letpilad io nia'to Iniiue.
dia'o pnynu-ni lo'lu'un o.b ga I at tbe
olllcoof Ilyman Ihothert-.
Honolulu, May 16th, 18M, 715 lin
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
-5-fifi TrW-Al. HIV ICJN T
lSSSi' v ","1 Uiin.iiHt3te.iiiislilrt
MAEIP0SA & ALAMEDA,
Will liiixe Honolulu iind Sin
V me'iM o hi ilic
lot and 151h of Each Month.
Passesokhs way have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllcc oi the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tified thnj lliey ill be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage Tree by the Overland Hall
way, when traveling Eu3
Excursion rickets (or Round Trip, $125,
good to icturu by any of the Company's
steamers within ninety days.
iMcHcttAMDisu intended for shipment
by ibis line will be icceived fivo of
cliiuge in Hie Company's New Wnic
house and lccelpts issued for same.
Insuuancu on merehnndisc, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wir. U. IinviN & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
,P5C,St oamer Kinau,
sEjSJS; King, Oominander,
Jtiiivus Honolulu ouch Tuesday nt
4 p.m., touching ut Lahaina, Mau
laeu Bay, MaUenu, Mahukouu, Ka
wuiluie, Laupahoetioe and Hllo.
iteturniug, A touch at all tho
alovi- ports, arriving at Honolulu
each gatuidny afu-inoon.
Steam Navigation Company's
baths, - . Comnmndci,
W. 1 run leguhirly for Konu and Kim :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 r.ai. on
Friday, Ap il 4
Friday " 2.)
Tueaday, May fi
Tuesday, Jlay 27
Fiid.iy, June t
Tuebd.iy, " 17
Fiiday, " 27
Fiiiiay, " 10
Aickivku at Iloxoi.uur at 5 r.sr.
Friday, Apiil 11 Tue-tlay, June ".
Tuesday, " 22 I Fiid.iy, " 13
Kiiday, ALiy -J Tue-day, " 2-1
Tue-dny, " 13 Fiiduy, July 1
Fiday, " 2J .
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at o p.m., tor Nawiliwili, Kolon, Eleele,
and Wnimcn, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every buturdny evening.
The James Hakee,
PitEE"tAX, - . Commander
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday
at 15 p.m. for Kapaa and Kilaue.i. Re.
turning, ienves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-mnnd touching at Vuinac, hoth
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, - Commander.
Lcavos Honolulu cvory Tuesday
nt 4 p.m. for Kukuilinde, Ilonokaa and
Paauhnu. Re'innin-j; arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
jrCJ FOil KOLOA & WAIMCA,
The Clipper Schooner
F Kibblinj, ... - Master,
"Will tun regularly to the ports of
KOLOA, HVNAI'EI'E & W ilMEA
KAU I. F.ir f i eight or passage aj ply
io the C ipuin ou buaid, oi to the
Pacitic Navioatiox Co.,
732 3m Coi. Nuuanu & (iiccn sis.
THE F.6l' 8AILINO
will run legularly
'K) .vaIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For trcight or paasage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
A GOOD RAKER vho tlioioughly
uwlcutinds his businebb, Al-o
oiu who Inn a gcneial knowledge ot tbe
bu-.inOjs.ind under tmds making bread.
GoiidWages and S eady Position. Apply
at oiijc to
J. E WISEMAN",
711 tf Ucner.il Business Agenl.
LAlrSE & GO.
II u e a Laigu Stock of the
VERY BEST HAY.
Which is oiFcred at Lowea Market Prices
Free to any part of the City
Pacific Mutual L f j Imu:anc8 Co.
Agents for tl.o Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Deedsfop California
Telephone No 147. 700
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavcnagh, a Proprietor.
LL xirir 4 ff ki
Cook,dtoor(VrvsSSS5:At all houis
Oyatere, Celery, Salmon, and Eruit
Iteccivcd by every steainrr
Gjvr.itNnu's Urrit'K, lluxo-1
i.ui.u, t-'upi. 21, l-'SJ. )
'iVJO'I ICE lb ho.oli. ien 'hat no debts
Ll tontiacted oii len.df of the Ha
waiian hiiil will be ieeognl.ed or paid
'inless ordered by the unilerilgned.
Jno. i). Domi.nmh,
Governor of Cahu,
- r T-
ielling at Cost
To mnkr room lor li Jinruo Slocli of
lew &oods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and Sau- Francisco.
All stock on hand during iho noxt 30 days wilLbo sold for cash,
eonskt'ny in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Pai'lor Sets, I3c(1vooni Scis, Ccnivo Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, CIironioF,
Aud a Large Varletyjof F.tncy.Ooods.
725 lm LYCAN &c Co.
J, E. WISEMIAR&
Cuii)Lilo31'w jNo-vv IBloclc, Mci'ohant Street,
Telephone, 172. P. O. Uov.'ai.-.
3RL 3H .A. 3L, 3EJ ' rJ? -A. T 3E .GJ-EJjTT,
Employment Agent, Custom House Broker,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
and General Business Agent
only General B vines' Agent in the Iliwaiian Islands.
G 0 ly OrJe-s of Every Kind and Natuic Solicited from the Various Islands.
T- .-.. m. . i. ,. - j., ,..., ..,..( . ., i.mjyj, ii, ., ..i.i.iiWiiTIHMWmiin.-;WiUWW
The balance of the Stock of Goods of the
BOLLES &c Co.
having been leinovcd ti tie
New Ware 'House
KAU M ANA STREET
is now offeicd for sale at
and consists in part of the usual line of
-o long deallin at the old stand.
Apply to P. F. EOLLES,
115 lm at the Wine House.
TRliif? "Up Teloplione S5tO.
Telephone N"o. 240.
P. O. Box'297.
No. 67 and G9 Hotel Street
Just Received per Mariposa, June 9.
Fresh Large Cherries,
Red, Wnitc and Black, on ice.
Fine Fresli Eed Currants, on ice,
Jubt arrhod ex 3tariron.
FRESH GROCERIES, from the best mfgj, and Fresh California Produce.
;ootto Kolil Low, smtl Dclivi-reil Free of Clinrcr to all partH of city.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows.flbY'iice Wuc, Staples,
Kerosene OH, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
fclLVER PLATED WARE, &C, &c, &c. 052
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory, 1
7577 ami L8
All order for Wheel-vehicles of every description tilled with promptness atid
dUpatch. Flrt-chiBS Mcchunict employed all the year round. " '
SSr FINE OAllllIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -tai
NolhuiK loo lmt oi loo hiMVV for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANT A.
TION WAGONS, .MULE & OX CARTS, miulo to order, altered or repaired.,,
Our llorso Shoeing' Dojuirtinent ,
Is nndei tin hiipurvUion of a prac i al man a mechanic second lo none. Wo
have no use foi soaking bcalds or ro: tubs. AM wo'k guaranteed.
aSGhurgos moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
for 30 Days !
uction in Price
Householders take Notice,
AVE WILL SELL
In cables, nt
$17.50 per 2000 lbs.
for Blacksmith's use, at $15 per 2000 lbs
or 10 50 per 2000 lbs. in bags.
C. Brewer & Co.
May 17, 1884. 7t5 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Pe2(l Store,
Comer King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions receive
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
EDY & CO.,
S AND DEALERS
75, 77 and 81
75. 77 and 81 King Street,
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