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FRIDAY, JUNK 27, 18J.
SUN, MOON AMD SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, June 27
Sun Sots G .in.
Sun Rises 17 21.
Moon Bets 10 2G.
High Tide (largo) 7 00.
High Tide (small) 10 00.
WIND AND WEATlIEn
Kccoril lrotn noon of ycstoulny:
aKlovcI. Thermometer llnin.
I -Jli I Mi 22I1 2h nh I isu to leh
I H0.09 I mil S0.10 880 7fl3 I 7,-,3 0.00
Wind, X.K., fresh; Sky, fair; Son, hiuooUi.
Diamond Head, .hine 27, 3 p.m
Light N.E. wind.
Schr Moi off Diamond Head.
Stmr Likclikc from windward ports
Stmr Lehua from Molokai & Maui
Sour Luka from Koliolalele
Bark Clan Grant from Liverpool
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr Jas Makce for Kauai
Schr AVaiehu for Mokulaeia
Schr Wailele for Maliko
Schr Mana for I-Ionomu
Schr Wnimnlu for Koloa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktne Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
Bktne "W. II. Dimond for Kahului
Schr Malolo for Hilo
"When the schooner Malolo was load
ing at Paukaa on her last trip, one of
her boats with 27 bags of sugar, was
washed on the rocks, making a large
hole in it and destroying the sugar.
Schr Luka brought 1739 bags sugar.
The "W. II. Dimond will sail for Kahu
lui to-morrow to load for S. P.
The Planter will sail to-night at 10
o'clock to accommodate II. It. II. Prince
Oscar of Sweden.
The bark Amy Turner will sail for
Hongkong on Monday next at 3 i m.
with about 300 Chinese passengers.
The Emma Chiudina is loading for
S. P. at Mr. Hitchcock's plantation.
The Eosario is loading for S. P. at
Wainaku. She will go to Kahului to
The Kalakaua expect to sail for S. P.
on Monday next.
Stmr Likelike brought 7500 bags of
sugar 54 head of cattle and 18 hides.
The British bark Clan Grant arrived
this p. m., M5 days from Liverpool.
The Tern Eva sailed this p. m. for S.
P. with 571-1 bags of sugar, valued at
In this City, June 24th. by J. A. Cruzan,
Pastor of Fort Street Church, Mr. John
J. Cardeu and Miss Anna L. Woodard,
boili of Honolulu.
' L'JUAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mirrors, from 25 cents to 625.
each, at King Bros. 750 3t.
Wall Pockets and Wall Wickets,
in different styles, at King Bros.
The son-in-law comes to the front
again, as Tax Assessor for Hono
lulu. The Myrtle Boat will enter a crew
for the four-oared boat race on the
Fourth of Jul'.
The scientific gentlemen on board
the Swedish frigate Vanadis are at
work near the Oahu Jail.
Nearly all the seats have been
taken for the concert at Music Hall
The well being bored for Hon. J.
I. Dowsett, near Moanalua, struck
flowing water on Wednesday morn
ing. Fouu offices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
Lyoan & Co. will open on Satur
day an immense stock of elegant
Fancy Goods just received per "City
of Paris." 747 5t.
Tun grand ball for the benefit of
the leper fund takes pluee this even
ing at the riawuiiun Hotel, uud
promises to be n brilliant affair.
A billiard match of GOO points
will be played this evening at the
Commercial between the Unknown
and J. launders, the latter receiving
100 points start.
Now that the fumes of the gas
bill have temporarily vacated the
Legislature Hall, it is in order for
the Hon. Mr. Widemann to return
and resume his seat.
IIox. J. T. Baker, member for
Honolulu, will sing two songs "Pii
holo" and "Lokoino" at the concert
to bo given in Kawaiahao Church
to-morrow evening. These aloe
will bo worth the price of admission.
Thuub Swedish sailors were stroll
ing through the grounds in front of
Mr. J. T, Watcrhouso residence last
-yr-r. . ;
evening. Stopping in front of a'
statue of a dog, one of them went up
to1 it, stroked and petted it, but
finding no response to his caresses,
not even a wag of the tail, walked
off muttering to himself that that
dog was ns dead as the Bank Char
Tim reporter of the Gazette makes
so much unnecessary talk in the
Assembly, that it is a great annoy
ance to those sitting nt the samo table.
ICuli kuli and let tis have less of
.- i '
Wi: have received from Mr. James
Simmons a copy of the Union Pacific
Tourist. It is beautifully gotten up
and shows the chief points of interest
in the Bockcy Mountain region, all
easily reached via the Union Pacific
railway. Mr. Simmons is the Hono
Tub Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company have had a large car
riage built by the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Company to convey
passengers from Pahala to the half
way house or within eight miles of
the Volcano. It will be drawn by
two horses and will seat about ten
persons, has an awning and curtains
and various improvements to make
the ride pleasant.
Which took place at the Palace
yesterday afternoon and evening for
the benefit of the lepers was a suc
cess in every way. The interior of
the Palace ground presented a very
pretty appearance. Several smart
showers of rain fell in the early part
of the evening, but it afterwards
cleared up and there was a large
attendance of visitors. The Royal
Hawaiian Band was in attendance
and played until 9 :30 o'clock. After
10 o'clock an auction sale took place
which lasted until nearly 11 o'clock,
and several articles remain unsold.
The receipts at the gate foot up to
$413.30; Fancy table, $514.30;
Goods sold at Auction, $289.70;
Squash Flowers, $88.85 ; Ice cream
table, $160.40 ; Fortune Teller, $35.-
25; Flower table, $151.30; Lemon
ade table, $93 ; 25-cent table, $68 ;
Hawaiian dinner table, $167; Re
freshments, $96.75 ; Cash donations,
$218. Total amount, $2,295.85.
The expenses will be less than $100
thus leaving a net balance of $2,200.
This is the statement kindly fur
nished us by Mr. W. W. Hall,
THE GRAND CONCERT
For the benefit of the lepers will
take place on Saturday evening at
the Music Hall, tinder the auspices
of Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani.
The following is the programme:
Chorus The Little Ship Schumann
Violin olo Mr. Henry Heyman
(a) Nocturne Chopin (Wilhelmj.)
(b) Hongioise Volkman
Song Hc.iveu Ilatli Shed a Tear
Mrs. John D. Sprenkols.
(Violin Obligato by Mr. II. Heyman.)
Piano Solo Mrs. M. S. Grinbaum
Song Am Meer Reiter
Mr. D. W. C. Nesfield.
(Violin Obligato by Mr. II. Heyman.)
Chorus Morning Wanderers.
tioug Carnival of Venice Benedict
Mrs. John D. Spreckels.
Mr. Henry He.xman.
Cut Off "With a Shilling.
Kitty Gaythornc Mrs. A. B. H-iyley
Sam Gaythorne Mr. E. W. Pin vis
Colonel Bermers Mr. F. M. Swanzy
The concert will commence at 8
A GAT IN CHURCH.
A small grey and white cat at
tended evening service nt the Fort
Street Church a week ago Sunday,
arriving somewhat early it strolled
about the aisles with an easy fami
liarity astonishing in one so young.
"When the seductive notes of the
fiddle in tho opening voluntary struck
its car it was reminded that pro
priety demanded that it should bo
seated and as none of the ushers
showed it into a pew, it finally went
up into the pulpit platform and sat
down by the side of the parson's
chair with much decorum. The
parson however not being categoric
ally inclined, seized the animal by
the back, and transforming his arm
for tho moment into a catapult,
ejected tho cat into the midst of the
choir, which action being unexpected
by the members thereof, came near
producing more or less of a catas
trophe in that quarter. Thereafter
the feline attendant upon the ser
vices disappeared from public view,
whether its unceremonious eleva
tion from the pulpit to the choir
induced a cataleptic fit, or whether
it made haste for tho open nir
through the outside choir entrance,
history saith not. Neither does it
appear that the choir vegarded its
advent m into their precincts as a
musical addition to their force as its
voice was not detected in the sub
sequent anthems and hymns ; what
ever the denouement, It is extremely
unlikely that this interesting animal
will ever trust itself again within the
sacred precincts or that any catcchist
may hope to influence it to an appre
Auction Sales by Lvons & Lovey.
Ex S. S. City of Paris.
Wo have received instructions from G.
W. Mncfni'lanu it C i . to sell by Auction
at tho P. M. S. S. Wharf,
On Saturday, Juno 28th,
At 10 a. m., the whole of the Immigrants'
Ex S. S. City op Paris, Comprising
CASES of SOAP and BOULLI 1
Preset ved Meat, Raisins, dffcc, Beans,
Cables Vinegar, Biscuits, Lard,
BARRELS OF JTISBC I
Chicory, Snap, Tea, Lime Juice, Suit,
Com Flour, Arrow Hoot, least
Powder, Tubs, Buckets,
PLites, &., &.,
Also BALES B1LASKBTS !
1 Oil C.ike Cutler, 1 Turnip Cutter,
I Large Magic Lantern
25 400-Gal. Tanks, 25 200-Gal. Tanks.
"48 2t Lyons & Lkvfy. Auc'iwiecrs.
1776 Fourth of July ! 1884-
TUB Day We Celebrate !
"Ratly Round the Flag, Boys;
Rally Once Again !"
From the Size of a Five Cent
Pice and up.
Badges fop the 4th of July.
JUST RECEIVED EX ALAMEDA
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR SALE BY
J. M. Oat Jr. & Co.
25 Merchant St., Gazet'c Block.
Unler the auspices of
Alerola Louse I. o. e. I.
Ford's Point, Pearl River.
Steamars w.'ll 1 a.70 tho Esplanade
Foot of Fort Sir -oi,
At 7:30, 9.30 and 11 a. m.
Returning The first bca' le..Te. Ford's
Point at 4 p, m.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
will be in attendance
Tickcti, for the o md t'lp, adults $1 :."0
children M cms.
Tickets mny bo had f o n J. M. Oat
Jr., T. G. Thrum, Mis. L:u k, a d mem
bers of the Committee.
For Programme of Fpor's see News
Committee of Arrnitgo-uentH:
N. F BUItGESS,
J. W. Mo'-UHIE, Sr.
J A. McGUIKE,
MhS. L. DICKSON.
M IS. N. P. UUitGESS,
MIS P. LAC1C. 730
Cottage to Lot,
.THREE ROOMS, cook hou e.
fcliatu homo, iVc. Apply oi 1 iu
iQuecm st. 74S 1 IN
V. a AT PUN A HOU, A NEW
Mghm HOUbE, suitable for a largo
IgjSsSB fanillv.and five minutes walk
from the School 'Uuildlnirs. Term mo.
derate, Address Box 125, Post Olllce.
Grand Ocean Excursion!
Ex CTTY OF PARIS.
WE ARE NOW OPENING A SMALIj
BUT SELECT INVOICE OF
Lace Si Ms!
PIBHE DOYLIES, and
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Tidies, Bod Spreads, &o.
I. A. GOHSALTBS & CO,,
7 HOTEL STHEET.
Hawaiian GarriagB Mfg Go
A l-'INE LOT OP
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For silc at lowest market rates.
Also a complete stock of
Carriage & "Wagon Material
constantly kept on hand mid
74G for sale. 3in
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.
Grocery and Fosd Store,
Corner Kiug and Nuuanugstrects.
Fresh Groceries and Provisionn received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
My patrons and the public gene
rally uic hcrtby nmilied thai I
have sold all of my stock in
tr.idi! and general uusinc.s in
teieMs in Hiee Ulands' to Mr.
N. S. SACHS who will l.oic.
after conduct the geneial Fancy
Dry Goods and Milli.ieiy Busi
uccs, at the old stand 10-1 Fort
street I bespeak for my sue
cesser the same liberal patron
age hitherto extended to me.
All claims iigann l me will un
a sinned by .M i . Snc lis and all
tin' 'Imi! rac must be paid
to Mr. Sachs.
fA. M. MELLIS.
Htno'.ulu, June 14, lfc8i. 7-11 2v
i tare issertieat
At the Lowest Prices
Cleghorn & Go's.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
II. Cavonagli, a Proprlotor.
HEALS 6i 3H3AI.S
Cook'dtoord'r'S'At nil hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. O'U
TO LET, five minutes walk from the
Poat-ufllce. Enquiro at
J. JI. OAT, Jr., & Co.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we . tho underbigned have up.
pointed Keau (k) oT Ivnkauko, as a Luna
over llio Fisheries of Kaakaukukui aid
Kohololon, leased by us from U. Pauahi
Bishop and JJowscut anu stunner. Any
pen-on or person who are found flshlpg
or tie?pasliig will lo prgscoutcd accord
yisnol, LI JUNG & Co.
Honolulu, .fiuie'llrf1, 1881.
GOVr.llNOll'S Ol'KIOK, Hoso-
rn.v, Sept. 21, 1S83. f
NOTICE Is hereby Kiven that nodehtH
eontnieted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian bund will be recognized or paid
iiilesa ordered by tho undersigned.
Jno. (). DoMista,
(iovemor of Oahu.
Crochet Taole Cove
G3 Fori, HtvLH'i, (Campbell's Block.)
350 BOY'S UNEN. 'SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
350 HOY'S LIXIjN SUITS, Best Quality .'....ONLY $1 75 "
3o0 BOY'S LIA'ltN SUITS, Bi8t Quality ONLY $1 75
.3 VST TlJ3CJ31Vli:i , .
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1. v
Gent's Unlaumlorcd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at $1 21; or 312 per doz.
ISTCSt'cat Itai'&ains ! Great liuvgains ! Grent Bargains I10
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Gents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of tho Largest Invoices of
-iS GS-ESWJ?'S HOSIERY 2I
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
titling, three-ply heels at 25 ctspair
Ganl'd Suptr Stout BritNh IIoic, soamlc-o $1 pcrdoztn
GiitU'a Cardinal Hose, silk ciojked 25 ctspair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, best quality, at $1.00.
Jist RocoiM New Styles of Gent's Dress Sis
A Large Assortment of
&e art's 33oots and. Shoes, "'Sl
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
To liinke room for a I.avse Stork of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From Loudon, Xcw York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consht'.ng in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AN"D ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 Ira LYCAIf &: Co.
BIL1IHGEAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows, Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c, &c, &c. 052
Hine- Up Telephone S40.
P. O. Eox 207. Telepl one No. 240.
gCEftlfMEDY & CO.,
No. 67 and 69 H6fcel Street Honolulu,
Just Received per Alameda, June 23
Fresh Celery, Salmon, Cherries, isricots, & Peaches
.A.11 in HF'iTie OoiidLrtioii.
4ooi1h Mold liow, unit Delivered Vreo of Churco to nil parti of city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
v$L) J& -1
75, T7 and 18
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(Livto 3X. ,T. KOSJG.)
All orders for AVlieoI.vohlcle.s of every description filled with promptness an .J
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
E& FIN.E CARltlAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -i ,
Nothing too hot or too heavv for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or ropaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the biipurvUInu of a pneil al man a mechanic second to none. "Wo
have no uso for aouking scalds or lot tuba. A'l work guaranteed.
KOharsea motierato. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
10S ly 75. 77 and 81 Klpg Strew.
Must Rule I
for 30 Days !
75, 77 and 81
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