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WEDNESDAY, .1VNK18, 18? I.
SUN. MOON Afin SFA.
All tlnu from noon of lo-ilay. .lime 18 j
) in. I
oun nets (j ..,
Sun Kles 17 is.
-Moon Rles U 22.
High Tide (huge) I 00.
High Tick' (small ) tH 00.
WIND AND WUAT1IKK
Uccnnl liom nnim of yuitoiilny:
IlnintnuK.'!' n.i, , ,. ...
At Sen I.o l. J "ormoinelop Huh).
I 111 I Mi I '2h 21i I lih I ISti II to ISh
I R0.07 :!0.I8 1 :.is ll SiO I 7'JS I Tl 1.(0
Wind, N12., IIkIU; Slsy, ulmiily; Sen,
Diamond Head, .luno 18, II p.tn
Light N.13. wind.
Slnir Waimanalo from Waimanalo
Bark Kalakana from S. F.
Stmr J as Makee from Kauai
St in r C K liishop for llamakua
Stmr Likoliko for windward ports
Blvtno Amelia for Port Townsend
C O Whitmorc for Port Townsend
Schr Ilaleakala for l'cpeckeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Jranuokawai for Ilanninanln
Schr KobKoy for Koolau
Vol windward ports per Planter,
thino 17. Kev. Geo Wallace, Rev.
G S Mead, Kov. W F Furman, Miss
A Widdcileld, Capt. llobron and
wife, Jas I Dowsett Jr., Miss E
Dowsett, Hay Wodehouse, George
Markham, E R Bivcn, E P Bobbins,
Miss E II Paris, Miss L Davis, P S
Davis, J R Sncyd-Kynncrslev, Mrs
Wallace, M C Koss, and M0 deck.
For Kauai, via Nihoa and Niihau,
per lwalani, June 17. Oliver Still
man, Miss Helen Stillman, Miss Liz
zie P Napoleon, PC Jones Jr., Capt.
L Ahlborn, George Titcomb, and
I GO deck.
From Kauai per Jas Makee, June
18. Mrs Parker, Mrs Ileeley, A B
Kurr, W Howe. 2 Chinese and JO
From S. F. per Bark Kalakaua,
June 18. Mr Locker, Mr Cliff e.
From Boston per bark Amy Turner
June 18. --Miss A E Newell, Allcsse.
J L Graham.
The bark Abbie Carver sailed yester
day afternoon for Hongkong with 128
Chinese passengers 120 men. 2 women
and G children.
The Amy Turner is docked at Brewer's
-wharf and the Kalakaua near the O. S. S.
The Mount Lebanon will probably
finish discharging by Saturday. She will
then make ready to receive passengers
The schooner Rainbow is being re
paired. The bark Kalakaua Capt. Miller ar
rived off Dimond Head last night at
7 :30 o'clock 17 days from S. F. She will
brings 255 bales ot bay, 40Gsks of barley,
200 sks of bran, 120 bdls of matting, 100
bbls of lime, 30000 bricks, 2S8 pes ot pipe,
839 red wood posts etc. She is consigned
to Ilackfeld & Co.
Stmr Jas Makee brought 741 bags of
Stmr Waimanalo brought 430 bags of
The Bishop sailed this p. m. She took
a large number of Portuguese immi
grants for liana and llamakua.
The "Whitmorc and Amelia sailed this
a. m. for Port Townsend in ballast.
LOCAL GENERAL NEW&
Consul R. W. Irwin did not leave
by the Mariposa.
To-day is the G9th anniversary of
the Battle of Waterloo.
Rev. W. F. Furman left by the
Planter yesterday for Hawaii;
Nicu front room, furnished, to let.
Apply, No. '1 Garden Lane. 710 lw
Picture frames of all hinds, made
to order, cheap, at King Bros.7-11 3t
Ebony Brackets, Toilet Mirrors,
etc., all new goods, at King Bros.
Tun ball given by His Majesty the
King, at the Palace last evening, was
an elegant affair.
i . .
Tni: S. S. Alameda will bo due
nest Monday morning from San
Francisco, with dates to the ICth
Tin; Honolulu Rilles had a good
drill last evening. Several of the
members felt weak on their pins this
Fouu offices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over tho I. X. L.
Htorc, corner Nuunmi and Queen
Quiti: a number of the Portuguese
immigrants, who arrived by tho City
of Paris, left for tho other islands
To-mokuow the fun commences in
the Legislative Assembly. Tho Re
port of the Finance 'Committee will
Tiir. schooner Knluna will sail for
OilbcrL Islands and Jnluit, on or
ulioul .Inly fiUi.
. -- .
Tin: Pioneer ('.irringp Manufno
lory, of Whitman & Wiigiit. Iiavc
lutol' Ul,nctl "1 som(! linndsoiniM'y
Nr.ws was received this morning,
by the Jnmes Makee, of the death of
Rev. G. B. Rowcll, nlKnlon, Kauai,
on Sunday last.
Mit. J.I. Dowsett Jr., left on tho
Planter yesterday for Kau. Rumor
as it that he will not return alone,
and the district of Kau is to lose one
of its fair maids.
Tin: Finance Committee's report
says, that the Secretary of (ho
Board of Health, Mr. G. W. Parker,
as far as they are able to judge of
his clerical abilities, is entirely in
competent for the discharge of his
Wk notify our readers in time if
they want turkeys for Thanksgiving
day, that the son-in-law will be
happy to furnish any number at
most reasonable prices. Give him
a call, but please don't say anything
about Japanese turkeys.
$280 is lhe price quoted by a.
practical printer to the Finance
Committee, for printing a book of
rules for volunteers, but the P. V.
Advertiser charged SGuO, and then
delivered them in an unfinished con
Tnnui: is to be a grand excursion
and picnic on the glorious fourth
under the auspices of the I. O. G. T. 's
at Fords Point, Pearl River. All the
available steamers have been en
gaged, and the affair promises to be
a success. Further particulars will
appear next week.
Tun Mission Childrens Society
meeting was held Saturday evening
at which the reports of the various
oflicers were received, and an ad
dress was delivered by Dr. N. B.
Emerson, on "Hawaiian female edu
cation." A short discussion on this
subject closed the meeting.
Mu. IIizyman the violinist, will
give a concert next Saturday evening
at the Music Hall. He will be
assisted by Miss Carrie Castle; who
will perform on the piano, and vo
cally by Miss R. Lachman, Mr.
Ilasselman and Mr. Ncslield. The
Symphony Club will probably take
part. The box plan is open at the
office of J. E. Wiseman.
The old saying about " slips be
twixt the cup and lip" and matri
monial haste and repentance, was
well illustrated yesterday at the
Police Court. A fair but somewhat
frail daughter of Rhineland, about
IG years of ago, was bj' a fellow,
countryman wooed and won, and
after the briefest possible aquain-
tance, united by Rev. Geo. Wallace
in bonds that may not be sundered
at will. But, alas, for that plighted
troth ; from the moment Hans put
on that fatal ring, his manly breast
has heaved in vain for a response to
his entreating love. The llcklc one
insists as the interim interpreter
puts it; "she wants to go where
she likes," and from the evidence it
appears that she likes the company
of three other men, who paid no
regard to the newly acquired inter
est of Hans, who therefore pro
cured a warrant for the arrest on a
charge of desertion. Whether Par
son Bickerton will succeed by good
advice and threats of the reef, in
cementing a foolish union remains
to be scon. If not, the damsel will
doubtless be an addition to that
eminently moral castle on the reef.
THE STRANCERS SOCIABLES
Which are held every two weeks at
the rooms of Miss Brccso on Nuuanu
street, aro now a regular organiza
tion with efllcient officers, "With Mr.
Georing as President, Mr. Podmoro
as Secretary and Miss Brccso as
Superintendent, no pains will bo
spared to make these gatherings
sociable and attractive ,to nil. A
cordial invitation is extended to all,
Tho next sociable will bo held on
Fiiday evening next, at 7 :80. They
will bo continued hereafter, on every
alternate Friday evening.
THE FOREIGN JURY
Who will sit at the next July Term
of tho Supremo Court, are as
follows: C. Macfarlane, C. J.
MUaW'J - IA.'tltJUIAUJJUUUaL'JUUIUHiUU IUJlU.(V:nmV.l:U'UI!.IJ liJWg'lUWUE
Hardee, II. R. Hollislcr, J. A.
Kennedy, J. Slmoiison, M. II. Jones,
J. Ilyinan, W. G. Brush, James
Dodd", C. M. Cooke, W. R. Bucha
nan, J-ii. I. Dowclt, A. Gartcn
berg, E. C. Rowo, J. L. Bushie, J.
Lyons. C. J. Fishcl. A. Jaeger, G.
C. Stratcmcycr, J. Spear, W. G.
Nccdham, John EnuncluUi, J. L.
Rosenborg and Henry Williams.
ONWortwointellig.-nt HOYS (while
prcfcirod), for 'ho printing buBi
iiess. Apply Daily Bum.ittik Ollice.
npo LET, live minutes walk from the
X Post-office. Enquire at
77 tf .1. M. OAT, Jr., & Co.
Furniture for Sale & Cottage
h&d. !?."iT.-)O0 CASH, can buy Fur
MW nltin-c in a neatly llttitl up
iSfek Oiitt.BL'olliHiiol In n largo
y.inl and good neighborhood, with piivi
logon! cecupylng same lor 20.00 pur
month pin able quarterly in advance.
Water Rules anil Kent paid to Aug. 15,
iSSl included. Possession given imme
diately. Principals only, need apply.
AddiesS "Purnitui'.'," Bulletin O Hop.
5. $ H
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Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery aid Te :d Stcr3,
Corner Ki ig and Xiin: n i stteets.
Frcoh Groceries. ind Provisions received
bv every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130. Telephone 349.
.501 Cm '
Kx Bark Hplca, from Bremen.
Two Cottage Pianos,
Faom the Celebrated Factory of
' FOR SALE LY
ED. HOFFSCHLAE3ER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS F3K
733-1 m Woslormayor's Pianos.
A Larp Assure
At the LovGEt Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
in boxen of COO, 2'Onnd 10i, mode by tho
for sale at moderate prices, by
Eil. Hoffeclilaegcr & Co.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
wo tho tin 'piwlgncd h.ivo np.
pointed Keau (k) of Kakaikn, aa Luna
over the Fisheries of Kaiikuukukui avl
Kolioluloa, leased by us from B. l'auahl
Bishop and Dowsett and S'imnor. Any
pur-on or person1 who aio found flshint;
or tio-pavsing will be piosecuted accord
in to law.
sigrol, LI MING & To.
llonolilu. Jiino Up1, 1881. 73'' '2
OOVUUKOU'S Ol'I'IC'l', IIOKO-
i.m.i', Hept. 21, 163. f
NO'l ICE is he eby fjiven Mia! no dolus
contrucied on Ic.alf of the II a
wui'auhiiiil wiP bo reeognled or paid
unless oi dertd by the underjiyneJ.
Jno. ). Dominis,
Governor of Oahu.
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
m . and Eleg.mtStcntiHilpfe
BIAfclPOSA & ALAMEBA.
Will lc-UN" iHilltrhilll lUlll SlUl
Fi.uieit.ro on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passkn'okuh miij htivc their names
bouUrd in advance by npplyinjc at lhe
ollloe of the n.;uiu.
Pnspcngeis by this line are herobv no
tilled thai Ihcy will ho tillotfed i250 lbs
of baggnMO ti't'i' by the 0irbmd Rail
way, when tiiiveling East.
Excuralon rickots for Round Trip, 5125,
good to leiurn by any of ihn Company's
bteninuri within ninety days.
MEncitANMsu intended for shipment
by this line will bo lecoived fr'io of
charge in the Company's Now Wate
house and receipts Issue.! for same.
Insuuanck on merchandise, whilst in
the wnrehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. InwiN- & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
WIJL.i:IiJL,S S. S. CO.
Jsr&s,S t o a m g r Kinati
7raiJ2" .-... n i.. '
,-3-,Wv -r"a iviiii viiiiiiiiiiiuur,
Leitve.s Llonolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Labalna, Alaa
laeti Bay, Makena, Mahuhoua, Ka
waibae, Laupaboubne and Milo.
Returning, ,ill touch, at all tho
alo've ports, arriving at Honolulu
em h Satu ayaftoin o-.
Steam Navigation Compaiiy's
liSWB OF &TEA3U3KS.
uATns, - - - Commander,
Will run legulaily lor Kona and Knu :
Lkaves Honolulu at i r.:.r. on
Friday, April 4 Tue-diiy, jray 27
Te3dav, " 1T Fiidayj June (i
Friday, " 85 Tuesday, " 17
Tuesday, May (i Fridav, " 27
Friuay, " 10
Aiuuvks at Hoxouilu at u imi.
Friday, Apiil-11 Tuesday, .lime R
T.ieduy, " 22 Fi iiluy, " 13
Friday, Mny 2 Tuesday, " 21
TucMlay, " 33 Friday, July 4
Fii.luv, " 23
CAMitnox, - Commander,
Loaves Honolulu evory Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Witimca, Kauai. Reluming, leaves
Nawiliwili every tiatuulay evening.
The Jariies Makee,
FREiisrAN, - - - Commander
Loaves Honolulu every Thursday
at 55 p.m. lor Ka;)iiu and Kilaue.i. Re
turning, have- Knuii c-cry Tuesday at
4 p-m , and louc ling at raillae, both
The C. E. Bishop,
davis, - - - Commander.
Loaves Honolulu evory Tuesday
at -i p.m. for Kukuiliaele, f lonokaa and
Paauhuu. Ko uniinm arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
FOK T "E GILBERU
The Clipper Schooner
A. Lowell, Captain,
Will sail for G LUEHT ISLANDS &
J LU.T on or about the fitli of July.
Fo f i eight nr )iis.mi go, apply at the
ofllre of Pacific Navigation Co.,
7i2 2w Queen Stieet.
rAK X-Ult 1VUL.UA 05 HA1.UJ1A,
2.i.J Ji. I.,
The Clipper Schooner
Will run regularly to the ports of
KOIOA, IIAMAPEPE & WAltfEA,
KAUvI. For 1'iuiglit or passage apply
to tlic Captain on board, or to the
PACinc Navigation' Co.,
782 3m Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sts.
THE FAST SAII.IKO
will run tegularly ,
lu uaIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to lhe
Captain on board, or to
Pacific M wioation Co,,
LASME & CO.
II i e a Large block of the
VEST BEST HAY.
Which is offered at I.owe-,t Market Prices
Deliverod Frosto any pari of tho City
AG'iM'd F0 3 THE
Pacific", ut ml L f In. u 'anca Co.
OFCA'- FOR a I A.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Deeds for California
TVlephouo No. M7. ' 700
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavonaflh, a n Proprietor.
MEWLS S MEALS
Cnok,(ltoord'r,::asAt all hours.
Oysters, Celory, Salmon, and Fruit
Hm olvcd by ovcr, st-ainor. 0H1
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. -i Mmn .kka St.
Treusand SnpMlou of all kinds made to
oulur ami lupairinj; 11 irnebs, cUi,, doiu
in shoit uothjQ. A ouloia piQintitly at
tonded to. 593 ly
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
o Fori Sivfoi, ('nmpboU'H Block.)
350 HOY'S LINKN SUITS, Be-t Quality.
350 BOYS L1NI N SUITS, Hest Quality.
350 ROY'S LINEN SUITS, Ucst Quality.
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent'i Unlaundcrcd While Shit is No. I tpi.tliiy, at $l.'l't-, or S12 per doz.
ESTGront Ilnrgnins ! Great ISnrgiiins ! Great Bargains !"W
.V large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hals, in all colors, only 50 Gouts.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
Ever imported inlo t1ts Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (ompthiii new) seamless and perfect
lining, three-ply heels at 23 ctt pair
Gent's Supir Stoui British Uom. seamlei $4 per dozen
Gout's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 25 ctspalr
Hoy's PERCALE SLIIKTS, bcaipiiilily, at $1.00.
Jist Rficeivefl lei Styles of Mi Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
j$3 O-eixty'isi Boots
Latest Styles and
Sedling at Cost for 30 Days !
To iiiuUv room for u Iircc Htook of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days willbejsold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
Anda Larg JVarioty of Fancy Goods.
725 1m JLTS'GA.IS' &c Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Sttel Plow1, Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, ice, &c, &c.
Ring? TJi 1?l5pliorio S240.
Telephone No. 240.
P. O. Box 207.
No. 67 and 69 Hotel Street
Just Received per Mariposa, June 9.
Fresh Large Cherries,
. Red, While and Black, on ice
Fine Fresh Red Currants, on ice,
lust arrived ex Marij o-a.
FRESH GROCERIES, from the best mrg, and Frcli California rro.lucc.
ooi1h Mold L.OAV, null JUellvci-ciI I'reo ot Cliarsc to nil partN of city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 18
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(X-iate 1. ,J. HOST33.)l
All orders for Whcel-vchiclos of every description tilled with promptness and
dispatch. Firt-olaas M,cohnuic8 employed all tho year round.
JJ6T FINE CAlllUAGE AVOUIC A SPECIALTY, -m.
Nothing too hot or too heavy for u-t. TRAM CARS, OMNIRUSSES, PLANTA
TION WACONS, MULft & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our IIovso Shoeing Dopartment
Is under the supervision of iv practical man a mochinlo second to none. We
have no uo for boaking bcald or roj, tubs. All work guaranteed.
B-eiiurgw motlerate, WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
403 ly 75. 77 and Bl King Street. '
.' ONLY $1 75
ONLY $1 75
..ONLY $1 75
75, 77 and 81