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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, June 25
Sun Set" 0 l'"i.
Stinltlsus 17 2.
Moon Sets 8 07.
High Tide (nunc) 5 30.
lligu Tide (small ) 17 30.
WIND AND MIHTUnit
Itrctml liom noon oi jrstculuy:
AlN?uU!l. ThcvinoiiiPtor Ituln.
I 411 111 I il 21) Mil I lSh l to lbll
I JlU.O 1 1 30.11 I -MM hi! illO "ifiS II 0.00
Wind, N.U., light; 8sly, lino, Sou, smooth.
Diamond 1 1 cut, .June 25, 3 pin.
Light N.E. wind.
Stmr Jns Makcc from Kauai
Stmr Waimanalo from Waimanalo
Schr Wnimalu from Koloa
Schr Mana from Ilonomu
Schr Wailclo from Mnlilco
Sfhr Liliulilm lrmu Wniniino
Hktno Dora for S. F.
VESSELS LEAVING lO-MORROW.
Schr Ilaleakala for Pcpcckco
From windward ports per Planter,
Juno 24. Jas. J Dowsett and wile,
Hay Wodehousc, Geo. JMurkham,
Miss M Dowsctt, Miss A Widdelield,
P N Makec, F Kiedell and wife,
E F Contotene, A C Alexander,
C B Makee, J JM Goldsmith.
Fro n Kauai per Jas M.ikec, June
25. Mr Herman, Mr Wallace, Mr
Rowe, Mr L'orange, A Faye.
Schr Waimalu brought 30 cords of
fire-wood, and 50 bags ot rice.
Sehr Mann brought 1007 bags of sugar
Stmr Jas Makee brought 1715 bags of
btmr Waimanalo brought 304 bags of
btmr Planter brought 3738 bags of
sugar. 20 head of cattle, -i calves, 4 horses,
2 big, 130 hides, 120 bags awa, 20 bags
cotlee, and about 243 pkgs sundries.
At the residence oi C. N. Spencer,
Iliica, Hawaii, on the aJmi int., by
Hev. h. 11 Davis, L.neoln D. Spencer
and C nthia N.uu, youngejt daughlei
ot C ip . It )bt li own.
LOCAL & GENERAL" NEWS
Qld frames made over and lepaired
at King Bios. 747 3t.
The Honolulu Rifles had a good
drill last evening.
The Swiftsure and Mutine left for
E&quimault yesterday morning.
Pascai'atouts made to order,
latest patterns, at King Bros. 747 3t.
Mit. Charles Kcssler, the migra
tory Teacher of Music, arrived by
Messhs. Lyons & Lvey will hold
their regu'ar cash sale to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Mk. Ilascall, the assistant prin
cipal of Lalnuna Sem nary, has
tendered his resignation.
Tin: consideration of the Appro
priation Bill was commenced in the
Legislative Assembly this afternoon.
Consul II. W. Schmidt and Mrs.
Schmidt will entertain II. R. II.
Prince Oscar at dinner this evening.
Mn. W. W. Hall has been ap
pointed by Her Majesty the Queen,
treasurer of the fund lor the' benefit
of the lepers.
Four offices to let,
nnd ventilated over the I.
store, corner Niuianti and
Lycan & Co. will open on Satur
day an immense stock of elegant
Fancy Goods just received per "City
of Paris." 7-17 5t.
Consul Irwin was present in the
Legislature Assembly this morning
listening attentively to the debate on
. . p-
Thuiie will be a match game of
base-ball Saturday between the
Honolulu and Oceanic's.
game may be expected.
. The Hon. Aholo Vice-President of
the Assembly, occupied the chair
during a portion of the temporary
absence of Hon. Godfrey Rhodes.
i j- '
Thk Buuxtin has received two
compliments to-day. It has been
classed with the Gazette, and it has
been blackguarded by tho Adver
tiser, or at least by a California
hoodlum, who slings ink for the
Advertiser. The Gazette is a com
panion whose compay no one need
fc.-ig.Ar-i. ttttai., AJUmk,
ba'iuhnmod of, nnd tho nbnso of ft
blackguard is always a compliment.
Tur. S. S. City of Paris will await
the arrival of the Maiiposa for final
'nstruetions. Several of our well
known residents have engaged pas
sage by her.
Anotiiku billiard match will be
played this evening at the Hotel
between the "Unknown" and Sam
Parker's protege. The latter receives
100 points start in GOO.
Tiik Present state of the Adver
tiser may bo accounted for by the
fact that it has taken to indulging in
spring poetry. Bad, bad. Very little
hope when the case gets this far.
Mtt. N. S. Sachs has bought out
the business of A. M. Mellis, and
announces a grand clearing out sale
in :i few days, to make room for a
large new stock ariived by tho Maiiposa.
Blaine's name is composed of six
letters, lie was nominated on Fri
day (six letters), tho sixth day of
the week, the sixth day of that
month which is tho sixth month of
Mil. J. I. Dowsctt, Jr., was mar
ried Juno 21st, at Kahuku, Kau, to
Miss Harriet E. Jones. The Bulletin
extends its congratulation to the
happy couple, wishing them all hap
piness through their voyage of
The Advertiser had a bilious at
tack accompanied with gripes this
morning, and to relievo its agony
indulged in the style of language
which San Francisco hoodlums
umally adopt. Take some physic
neighbor ; clean out your liver and
you will feel better.
His Majesty gave a dinner party
last evening in honor of H. R. II.
Prince Oscar of Sweden. His Ma
jesty's Ministers, the Foreign Minis
ters resident and a large number of
gentlemen were present. The Royal
Hawaiian Band played a line pro
gramme of music.
Friday, Junk 20.
G. Thompson, for drunkenness in
a saloon, on the 19 inst., was linen
$ 10 and $1 cost?.
Malia, for disturbing the quiet of
the night, on the 10 inst., was lined
87 and $1 costs.
Wong Sea, Chung Hook and
Young Loy Sow charged with haviny
opium in posession at Honolulu, on
or about the 1U inst., were remanded
until the 21 inst.
E. McC.irroii, Win. Cox and Thos.
Coa'c, lemandi'd from the 17 inst.,
charged with larceny from the S.S.
City of Paris, were discharged.
D. Ivalulii and Mary Kalaukoa,
remanded from the 18 inst., weie
fined $50 and S10 respectively.
Satuuday, June 21.
Paai and Kalama, for druukenness,
were fined SO each.
Luka, deserting her hiK-band, set
tled out of Conn.
Akina and Ah Man, for furious
riding, on ihe 1 in-., were each
lined $5 and $2.70 costs.
Wong Sea, Chung Hook ami
Young Loy Sow, remanded from the
20 inst., were fouiul guilty of having
opium in posession, and lined $5U
each, and sentenced to two months
imprisonment at hard labor. Wony
Sea noted an appeal to the Inter
mediary Con it.
Kaauluii, an insane person, after
investigation and statements of Dr.
rlngnu, who consider it a case ol
periodic insanity and unsafe for him
to be ai liherty. was committed to
the Insane Asylum until icleased by
Monday June 211.
E. Miller, Chas. Demensen, Wm.
Peirce, Kauana, Kahaunae, Lapa,
Luluka, Lepoloa, Charley, Ross, and
J Maunen tor drunkness were fined
Rebecca, deserting her husband,
settled out of Court.
John Clemmeus, charged with
larceny of about $77.50 property of
Paoo at Honolulu on or about the
15 inst was discharged.
John Clemmens charged with
larceny of a horse property of Keoa
kano, valued at S'JU. in Honolulu on
or about the 22 inst was discharged.
Mr. Thompson for assault and
battery on F. W. Fhelbhcr on tho 21
inst was remanded until the 25 inst.
J. RuBsel for defendant.
Waianuhea for as.sult and battery
on Wesmann at Honolulu on the 21
inst was fined 87.20.
Kiekie, remanded from the 19 inst
found guilty of latceny of tho 3rd
degree and sentenced to six months
imprisonment at hard labor and
Tuesday. June 21.
Keola and D. Koath, for drunken
ness, were lined $u' em.li, '
IJuna, charged with disordetly
conduct nt Honolulu, on the 22 inst.,
S. DnnielcuilB, charged with keep
ing shop open after 7 p. m. on huu
days, was discharged.
Wednesday June 25.
Mr. Thompson, remanded from
the 20 inst was remanded until the
30 inst., by request of defendant.
Pilipo, for disorderly conduct on
the 24 inst., was remanded until the
Keahaianui, 11 years of age,
charged with truency at Honolulu
during the last I) months was com
mitted to the Reformatory school for
Mrs. Liming, for deserting her
husband during last week, was
ordered to return.
A paper recently red before the
French Academy of Medicine ex
pressed the writer's coviction that
one in every 5,000 peisons is buried
alive. This estimate, howevr ex
aggerated, is not calculated to allay
an apprehension which is conspicuous
among the French people, and which
was lately brought to public attention
by the declaration of the president of
tho Chamber of Notaries that express
instruction are given in one will out
f every ten to" have the testator's
heart pierced by u qualilied surgeon
before the lid of the colllo is screwed
We pass often from love to amb
ition, but. we seldom return from
ambition to love.
As daylight can be seen through
very sma'l holes, so little things will
illustrate a person's character.
You may gain knowledge by read
ng, but you must separate the wheel
from the ehaff by tliinkinsr.
Auction Sale3 by T.vons & Levey.
Ex S. S. City of Paris.
W'hnve rocuivul in-liwtin s fiom G.
XV. Mnof rlune & O . to sell by A iciion
.ithcP. M. S.S. Wlurf,
On Saturday, June 28th,
At 10 a. m.. the whole of the I nn.i grunts'
Ex S. S. City of Pauis, floinpri-ing
OASES of SOAP and BOULLI !
li c e vil Meit, 11 i-in. C ft" c, Bu;m
C.i k Vii Ci.ir, Hi c i', Laid,
BARRELS OF ITISSII I
'liicory, Sm Tea, Iniis Juius, S.ill,
Corn Flour, Anow R')ot, Yeiiot
Powdei, Tub , Hii(:ktt3,
l'l It-, &., &.,
Also ESALES BLANKETS !
1 Oil CkeC titer, 1 Tiirniii C liter,
I Large Magic Lantern
3 400-Ja'. Tanks, a5 200-G.il. Ta ik.-.
T48 2l Lyons & Levey, Auctioneer'.
F UNA WAV SU DL') HORSE on
F lit t: Owner mi 1 avu mini' by
iihing in boe O t g- l'Ji" " s.
Cottage to Lot,
T lltbh II O.MS. w).i hou e.
at i I o i e, &c A inly ot 1JH
jQ.iui'n s . 74s lw
Palace Mn Party
Tlio Ioltni P la.e Gro vU .vill bo
opu.i l.) Hie , u ilic,
O.i Thursday, the 23th instant
Fiom I to 10 o'. o:'; p.m.
will bu tin own open for thu
Insprc ion of t'w Public,
Thus nflbr.ling anno opportunity for
icjKkni-, an l stronger 10 visit
tlio llncKt rciilo ice in tho
T iWKn'cr Miminnt i p'vpn indnr the
in i.icfd ot 1IHR MA1ESIY QUHEN
KAViO ANI for tlio Hui.rllU't L p'l-t,
it KuUnaUo ilmpitiil and tit the SjiiIh.
meni "" Molokai.
MUIS U)S lor nrtu'ts. OT ce"s.
Oh hiiuii nnlcr 12 y.-ur- of iii;n Uali
p lei. En r.iuee at tho 1.1 U nils Slieul
i . S. Ml o ili dotvitloni intended for
tlih oln t Hlt'iiild bo hnalud or t-t'iit
io .Mr. Win Hall, who li-i hec-i .tp
poin o 1 T wiiurus of litis fid 717 :n.
KING SUSHIS JEU
H. Cavcnagh, Proprietor.
Cook'dtorU,r3s5&'At all lnurd
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and -Fruit
Ruiolvud I py every sunnier.
rp0 LF.T, fhe mlnnH's walk liom tlio
JL Pot.Oillce. Encjiiii- nt
7.J7U J. M. OAT, Jr., & O .
AT lU V II OU A NF.W
II iU-E, Miiiabi-f ni huijis
from ilio do' o il linil Uiitri. Ti-rni'iin
( c.a e, Adtrj b Uox Vi Pott Ulllee.
w- -- t -
Ex CITY OF PARIS.
WE AUK NOW OPENING A SMALL
BUT SELECT INVOICE OP
Lace Si Ms!
FIB HE DOY IKS, and
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Tidies, Bed Spreads, &c.
I, A. aONSALVES & CO.,
57 HOTEL tT.,El.T.
7 3 2w
Hawaiian GaiTiaeG Mf Co
A l'NC Lyj. ov
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For s lie at low et market rates.
A'so a complete btook of
Carriage & Wagon Material
cuiiblnnlly kept on linnil, and
All accounts due me MUST be
PAID on or before JULY 1st, as I
am about to leave this Kingdom.
All bills against me will be PAID
L B. KERR,
Honolulu, June 7, 1884.
EXCURSION AND PICNIC !
ON JULY 4th.
Ualer ho Auspices of the T. O. G. T., at
Ford's Point, Fearl River !
ESf For further putcu':rs, sjo full Pro
grar.mo No it Week.
Wolfe & EtiwarJs
Grocery a.d Fo:d SUd,
Cornor Kl i, uii Nan ni bt oK
Fi'usliGioco oand Provisions rcjci.'cd
b evry S enmcr
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
. flCl Cm
My patrons and the p ihlic gene
i.i.ly ii e hei by n ilied that I
liuvo rohl all if my htock in
lr d t and general iuinn-s in
tciesib in Hiu e I lands to Mr.
N. ri. fACU , who will io e.
atlerco iliuttliu j.e eial Fancy
D y Goods and Milli eiy B i-i.
ne-H, at the ill stand 1(11 Fjit
Mreut 1 hchpeik lor my suc
cebbor the -iitnu libiMul patron
age hithuito extended to me.
All cliiims ngii'in t mc will bo
a binned by M v. tiiu h , and all
nieoiiui.s due me mus, bu paid
to Mr. faaclis.
A M. MELLIS.
Honolulu, June 1 1, lo8 1. 7-)! 2 v
A im kmttmil
- Kon fam:
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. 3. Cleghorn &10o's.
NOTEOB IS III3KBBY (JIYBN Unit
wo the mi eloigned liuvo p.
pointfd Ki-au (l) ol ICiikaiko, as a Luna
over tii2 rihiierius oi haiiuaiiKiiKiii am
Ko'inl dmi. liMsed by us liom B. Paualii
Ris'inp and Dowsctt and S miner. Any
per-on or piT'Oni lio aie foun I flsliln
or tic pi sing will 1 o pioeeuted a-cord.
liib io law.
i-i'rol, LI MING & Co.
Honol 1 1. Jimn i'r', IH8I. 7iP2w
QjVKiisou's i)vviavt Hose-)
i.umt, Pept.34, 1'81. J
NOTIOK Is lie-uby veil -hat node hb
(ont.'uclel oii Io ttlf of tlio Ua
wiulaili nl v ll lo re 'oule I or paid
ml, 83 oid rid by the u ider lnu.l.
J.SO. '. DOMI.NIH,
(Jovcrnor o( Oahu.
G3 Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
3".0 I.'OY'S HN"EN SUm, lien Quality ONLY $1 75
330 ( YS LIN N SUITS llest Quality .. ONLY $1 75
!() ROY's LIMN SU11V, Uist Quality ONLY $1 75
.JUST It33CI31VJBI !-
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlaundend White Shirt', No. 1 quality, at $ 2 i j or 12 per doz.
i"Grent ItnrgniitH ! CJrcnt Jtarguiim ! Oront Jlurgniiig I"
A hirg 2 as sorttnent of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cent?.
Ariived by the last stcannr one of the Largest Imo'ccs of
-SS O-EIVT-S HOSIERY t
Lvur tin, o ted in'o 'Jus Kingdom.
18(1 do.cn GeutV Sla'er Stocking ( o netliing ucw) seamless and perfect
titling, ill ici- 'ly lii't-1- ut 21 cts pair
G'nt'- S i.jiV S ut BitUh llo i', 'ounle-s $1 per doz n
G.nt'o U.u dln.it Hosj, bilk e o:kl 25 cts pair
Eoi'j PERCALE S1IIUTS, bct quality, at $1.00. ,
Just BeceiM New Styles of Gent's Dress Salts
ALirgcAsso Uncut of
iC 9reiit'ss Boots and fcSlioes, M
Latest Styles and Lowest P. ices.
Selling at Cost for 30 Bays !
T ) 111 Uo l'jom fora f:v ;c H oelc or
New 6-oods to Arrive Soon
From Lojdon, New Yo k, an J Jan F.-ancisco.
All stock on hancTduring th3 next 30 das will b3 sold for oa3h,
coasi.t ng in part o!
Pianos, Orpins, Accordeons, Guitarr9
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engiaviugs, Chroinos-,
Audi Laige Vaiiity ot Fancy Goods.
725 lm LYCAN &c Co.
DILLINGHAM & Go.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingl am S.co JP o vs, Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, .Hou 3e Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c.,g&c., &c. 653
XCinCT Up Teloplioue ?2l-0.
T.'lei oac No. 240.
P. O. Boy 2C7.
ENNEDY & CO.,
No. 67 i.n I G9 Ho. til S rcet
Just Received per Alameda, June 23
Fresli Celery, Salmon, CtariBs, Airicots, & Peaces
.11 in IJ'iJi.e OondLition.
Call Earl' .
iioodH Hold Low, mid Dellvcrotl Froo of Charge to all part a of city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 18
"" "" y'ix
V NffiKyKCiMKt-fcy )J-j1
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Uato 31. ,T. ROSE.)
All orders for "SVlieol.vehiclcs of every doHcriptlon llllcd with proniptnt'SR and,
dWputcli. Firft-class Iecliunics employed all tho year round.
6sr FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothing too hot or too ho-ivy for m. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, mado to order, ultercd or repaired. ,
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the supeivitdon of a prjc i al man a inechinlo Bccond to none. "Wo
have no mo for una kins scalds o: io tubs. A I o'k guaranteed.
J-0harK mo.leiatc. Will fM AN & WRIGHT. t
75, 77 and 81
76. 77 and bl King 8trel.