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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1SS1.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All Unit! from noon of to-dny, July 1
Sun Sew 0 10.
Sun Kteos 17 22.
Moon Seta Ill J.
High Tide (small) 11 30.
Iligli Tide (Ini-c) 23 30.
WIKD AND WlUTltElt
Itccord h'oin noon of yestorday:
AtljWwl. Thormometor Hal...
I 4h I llli I 221. 21. I Oh I ISh to 18h
I I ao.io :io.ia sis w 1 730 0.11
WlnU, X.U., light; Sky, fair; Son, mod.
Dlnmoul Head, July I, 3 n.m
ijight N.E. wind.
Tlircis master schooner 15 mile off
Sclir Pohoiki from Puna
Solif Waiehu from "Wnialua
Schr Mary Alice from Lanai
Schr Kauikcaouli from Kohiila
Stmr Kinp.u for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr 0 It Bishop for llamakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
S. S. Alameda for S. F.
Schr Emma for Ilccia
Schr Caterina for Ilanalei
Schr Kiiwailani for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr "Waiehu for Molowaa
For S. F. per S. S. Alameda,
James Campbell wife and family,
Miss Nicoll, Miss E M Whitney,
Miss Bunker, R W Irvin, F Bagot,
Mrs. A McGuire, Mrs. L C Abies,
Miss A Baldwin, Miss M Ilartwcll,
J D Roberts, Z K Meyers, J Tildcn,
Miss S King, FCoutolcne, DrTachcr,
Miss R Lewis, Mrs J A Kennedy,
G W Lee, C J Bccrill, K Muller,
' Mrs J Camcrson, Mrs t McGregor,
L Busnell, J Hendricks, C Dexter,
II R Roberts & wife, Miss Osborn,
J Sousa wife & child, C E Bennett,
J Y Browcn & wife, E C Macfavlanc,
II Bradley & wife, II Roth, F Foley,
C Walsh, A J Ward, Madame,
Zcitska & daughter.
For windward ports per Likelike,
June 30. R. W. Putmim, II. Barnes.
Geo. H. Jackson and 10 deck.
For Kahului per Kilauca IIou,
June 30. W. P. Jones, J. T. Holo
way, W. J. Lowrie, A. Wilson, and
For windward ports per Kinau,
July 1. E. Hitchcock, II. Poor,
Miss Hitchcock, Miss B. Brown,
Miss M Lewis, Miss M Ilyman,
Mrs Thurston, II Turton & family,
Mrs R Nott & children, S Parker,
Miss.E Ronton, Miss A Ronton,
II P Baldwin, Rev. lieckwith, W O
Atwater, II Netted, A Fernander,
P NMakee, W II Bailey, Miss Hind,
Miss Wells, Miss Knight, Mrs M
The schooner Jennie Walker went on
the Marine Ituilwny this day to be
cleaned. She will sail for the S. S.
Islands on the 15 hist.
Schr oholkl brought 30 cords of fire
wood from 11111:1,
The bark Clan Grant is discharging at
Sehr Waiehu brought 408 bags of
paddy from Waialun.
The topmast of the schooner Pohoiki
was broke in two during a gale off Puna.
Sehr Mary Alice brought 200 sheep,
and 2 horses from Lanai.
The S. S. Alameda sailed at noon. She
took 351 SO bags of sugar, 3G7f bags riec,
200(5 bundles bananas, 3S3 pkgs hides,
9 bills of sheep skins, 0 boxes leaves,
14 boxes of roots. Total domestic value
LOCAL & CENERAL HEWS.
Tub Honolulu Rifles will have a
drill this evening.
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House to let on Punchbowl street.
Call on Dr. J. S. McGrew.
The Legislature did not sit this
morning. No quorum present.
Steueoscoi'cs and Foreign Views,
very cheap, at King Bros. 754 3t.
Dinino Room Fruit Pictures, En
gravings, etc., at King Bros. 754 3t.
Consul R. W. Irwin left by the
Alameda, en routo for Tokio, Japan.
The road on Richard street is now
completed as far as Hotel street.
It is a decided improvement.
The Italian man-of-war Vettor
Pisani will remain in port about two
weeks and then proceed to Manilla.
Fouu olllccs to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuantt and Queen
On the fourth page will bo found
our notices of Saturday's concerts,
unadvoidably held over for want of
Thukk was a largo demand for
ye3tcrday's edition of the Bur.uvm.
Over 300 copies more could have
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Tnn Alamedn left at noon. She
carries n largo cargo of freight, but
her passenger list is' small.
His Majesty the King and H. R.
II. Princess Liliuokalnni were down
on the wharf to witness the departure
of the Alameda.
A second quarterly dividend of So
per share is now payable at the office
of Castle & Cooke on the stock of
the Pata Plantation Co.
We arc sorry to learn that Mr.
Robt. More had about half an inch
taken off the first linger of his right
hand yesterday, while adjusting the
strap of a lathe.
Election of officers Harmony
Lodge No. 8, I.O.O.F., took place
Inst evening, viz: G. M. Brown,
N. G. ; M. Canavan, V. G. ; M. D.
Monsarrat, Teasurer; J. E. Wiseman,
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The committee having in charge
appropriate games for the grand pic
nic by Algaroba Lodge on the Fourth
of July have issued their programme.
It contains 1G events, and suitable
prizes are offered.
Ykstekday afternoon about five
o'clock several native boys were
perched up on the trees in the
grounds adjoining the whirligig,
when one of them lost his hold and
fell to the ground. He was picked
up and carried home in an insensible
condition, but recovered half an hour
afterwards, and is none the worso
for his shaking up.
A sjiall boy climbed up one of
the mango trees on the Government
Building grounds yesterday. He
was reaching for some of the tempt
ing fruit, when n branch gave way
and he was precipitated to the
ground in company with sevoral
mangoes. The fall stunned him but
he was soon able to walk home un
hurt. "VETT0R PISANI."
The Italian Corvette " Vcttor Pi-
sani," arrived in port Sunday, 41
days from Callao. She is a wooden
vessel of 1,500 tons, carries 248
men, 14 guns, ten 12-centimetrcs
and four 8-eentimetrcs. Her engines
arc 300 horse-power, and she steams
9 knots. The following is a list of
her oilicers :
Captain Giuseppe P.dumbo.
1st Lieutenant Miggcro C.iniglia.
2nd Lieutenaiv Eifioo Snrrn.
Lieutenant Ouc.iuin Chicrchiii.
" O isaro M ireacci.
" Clemente Uclbiturrc.
" Francesco Eossoni.
1st S'irgeon Filippo M lone.
2nd Surgeon Antonio Boscolari.
Piymnsiur F.uuuim'm iirozzi.
Chief Enuine.-r Mario D ippuldi.
Midshipman 11 berto I'liidolilii.
" Kiccnrdo Paricoli.
" PlKllo P.lllMltl.
" Umbcrto Cigni.
The Honolulu and Oceanic Base
Ball Clubs again met on the dia
mond last Saturday, and the cham
pions were compelled to bite the
dust. The Honolulus have hereto
fore won every game that they have
played, and the Oceanics are en
titled to wear a feather in their caps
until the clubs meet again. The
following is tiie full score:
W O f W H
C S S C 5 "' 3
2 S - m cr "' t
a 9 a
Scott, e 1 4 0 0 5 1 2
K. D. Baldwin, 2 b 2 3 0 2 4 5 1
W. A. Kinney, 1 b. 1 3 1 2 14 0 1
C. W. Baldwin 0. f 1 4 0 0 2 1 0
13. Jones, r. f 0 5 0 0 0 2 0
M. Grossman, I. f.. 12 12 0 0 0
W. Wall, p 1 3 0 0 0 10 2
B. Baldwin, 3 b... 2 2 0 1 1 2 1
Gartcubcrg, s. s... 2 114 10 1
, 11 27 3 11 27 10 8
w o r a si
g 5 & B & B. a
: . 3 a f
ra ST .
: . r . ! : :
Swan, a b 14 0 0 12 0
Sharrctt, lb 0 :$ 1 1 15 0 2
F. Oat, s. s 0 4 0 0 0 3 1
II. Whitney, 2 b... 1 2 1 1 1 4 0
11. Woilehouse, c. 0 4 0 0 9 2 1
J. Dowsett, r. f.... 0 -l 0 0 0 0 I
O. Woilehouse. c. f 2 1 1 2 10 1
G.Markliain, p.... 0 2 2 1 0 11 2
P. Winter, 1. f I 3 0 1 0 0 0
Total fi 27 f 027 23 8
" Rims Oceanic, 2 210 2 10 3 0-11
Runs Honolulu, 0 0 0 2 12 0 0 0-5
Runs Earned Oceanic, 7; Honolulu,
There was only one two base hit
made by Gartenbe'rg of tho Oceanic.
Firt 'Base on Balls Oceanics, 2;
Struck Out Hy Wall, 8; Swan, Oat,
Dowsett, Winter, Sharrctt.
Struck Out By Markliam, 7; Scott
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Their Majesties tho King and
Queen express their heartfelt thanks
to all those who so kindly assisted
in the various entertainments for
the leper fund. The total sum
realized far exceeded their Majesties
The Royal Hawaiian Band was
stationed on the wharf and played
several selections before the de
parture of the Alameda. Just as
the steamer left her moorings, Prof.
Bcrgcr struck up with one of those
sympathetic selections of his, that
tends to stir up one's feelings.
Will give another
By request of the Citizens
On Saturday Even'g, July 5th,
At Kawal.ilmo Church.
T keU 1.03; 75 cts nocts, & 25 cts,
to be hud at J. E. Wiseman's.
DUPING my absence fiom this King,
ibim, Mr. S. U.unon will nut for
mo un.ler full power of uttonu'v.
E. II. T1IACIIER.
Honolulu. July 1, !Urt4. 7fl:i 1
Iiouso To Lei,
On Punchbowl ctreet, one
idoor nb.ive tho corner t.f Bimc
fetanl.i liect Lirge liousc.
Inrco lot, stablini: room for 10 horse-,
carriage house, &c. Possession given
immediatelv. Apply to
JOHN S. McGUEW, M.D.
753 lw Hotel strtcl.
1776 Fourth of July 11884
Tliii Day We GeleMti !
"Pally Round the Flag, Boy;
Rally Unce Again 1"
From the Size of a Five Cent
Piece and up.
Badges for '.In 4th of July.
JUST RECEIVED EX ALAMEDA
FROM SAN FRAN'CISCO.
FOR SATE BY
J. M. Oat Jr. & Co.
23 Merchant si , Gazette Block.
JULY 4th. 1884.
L'n ler the auspices of
Ford's Point, Pearl Rive'
Steamars will lsav3 tho Eiplanatle
Foot of Fort S.ivci,
At 7:30, 9.30 and 11 a. m.
Returning The first boat lcavo3 Ford's
Point at 4 , m.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
will be in attendance.
Refreshments can bo had on t'.ic ground.
Ticket?, for the round trip, adults $1:10
children SO cents.
Ticket may bo bad from J. M. Oa'
Jr., T. G. Thrum, Mis. Lick, aid mem
bers of tho Committee.
For Programme of Rports see News
Cniiiinittcc or Ar run Ki'in cuts:
N. F. RURGF.SS,
U. UO' L1N-.
J. W. Mc'UJ.UE, Sr.
J A McOUfRR.
MUS L. DICKSON.
M IS. N. F. IJUGE?S,
MISS F L.VOK, 7o0
Cottage to Let,
rilRKK ROOMS, coolc lion e.
I'nth lioiuo, Ac. Apply o' IT
TO LKT, flvo minutes walk from tlic
Pust.Olllco. Eii(iilr at
737 tf J. M. OAT, Jr., & Co.
Grand Ocean Excursion!
- "' - 'vrj.:.iMfclMU
Hawaiian Garriage Mfg Go
JUST lAJUCIDIVJaJD .
A FINE LOT OP
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For s.ile at lowoat market rates.
Also u complete utoek of
Carriage & Wagon Material
coabtantly kept on hand, an I
740 fo-salc. 3m
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,
Bm I JI H y Vhil
rpiIF, MAIL by the
Will close at the Post Olllce,
At 10 a.m., Tuesday,
July 1st. 1SS1.
A" IATE LETTER. BAG " will be
kept open till 11:00., a.m. to receive
late letters, on which an additional fee
of Five Cents each letter must be paid,
l'urions mailing correspondence on
the rooming of the seamers depuiturc,
arc n quesfd to siamp nil letters before
H. M. WHITS EY, P.M G.
Post Office. H.)co!nlu,Juuo2.h, lb81;
AliVIN II. BASEMANN
PAI'ER-KULEU and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all rlescrip'ion neatly
and nunptly executeil.
Gazette Building - Mi ndiunt street
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Stcre,
Corner King and Nuimnu streets
Freeh Groccrio and Provisions received
by every Sioamcr.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclcphono 349.
My p itrona and the p iblic gene
rally iuc hertby noilled Unit I
liave bold all of my stock in
tr.ide and general husine-s in
teresls in nie-c Iclnniis to Mr.
N. S. SACK-, who will l.eie.
a''iurco duct the c cud Fancy
D y Uonds and Milll iery B isi
no f, utilied I stand HU Fort
street I bespc.k lor my sue
cesor the .-nine liburnl iiatrou.
ago liitlierlo cMended to me.
All claims iigirln t me will be
asuined by. Mr. Sachs and all
accounts due me inns., be paid
to .Mr. Sachs.
fA M. MELLIS.
Honolulu, Jums 1 1, 10S1. 741 2w
i Larp Assortieat
' A I rtViJi
- KOll ?AJ.t
At the loweit Prices
at A. 3. Clc ghorn & Co's.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
II. Cavcnagh, n a Proprietor.
MeTl te?&) 3IBALS
Cook'cltoorcl'i,;:i5At all hours.
Oysters, Colory, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by evry steamer. CM
AT PUNA IIOU, A NEW
IDU.E, suitable f3r a larRC
fumllv.and five minute wiilk
fiom thu School Ruilclinijs. Ternm mo
derate. Address Box 12.1, Post Olllce.
NOT1CB IS IIBBEBY GIVEN that
we tho uii'lcits'gncd have up
pointol ICfiiu (k) of Kakaakn, a a Luna
over tho Fisheries of KaukuuUuUui a vl
Ivoliol don, loused hy us fiom B. l'auiihi
Bishon and Dowsett and Sumner. Any
per-on or persons who arc found flshini?
or tiomivsing will bo piosecutcd accord.
. lag to law.
Sialic I, LI MING & Co.
Honolulu. .Innoiir'', IBS I 730 2w
Govuiinoh's Okkior, IIono- )
T.ut.u, Fept.84, l-Wl. )
NOTICR is ltoreby 1,'lvon Mutt no debts
contractoi on behalf of tlio Ha
vailifi b nid wil' bo recoj;iil.o I or paid
ink'ss nriUitx'd bvtlio under lirneii.
Ja-o. '. DoMrNiR.
IOovcruor of Onhu.
- vawf"- "r'w3yre-- -wgwwwitt ..,..
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
03 Fort Strcot, (Campbell's Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule!
3,-iO BOY'S LIN'EN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 70-
350 BOYS LIN N SUITS, Best Quuli y ONLY ?1 7C
350 BOY'o LIKEN SUIT?, li.B. Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $)'.
Gjnt' s Unlnuidcrtd Wliito Shirts, No. 1 quality, at $i 2i; or SIS per doz.
SSyCircat Bargains ! Great BarRiiins ! Great llavgains !8
A largo ustorlme.U of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cent?!
Arrived by tho lust stcumsr one of the LargeU Ino'cc3 of
-SSr1 GH3ITTS HOSIERY 8
Ever imported into Ibis Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (uvuntliing uoa-) hcamlcss and perfect
lltllne;. tlirLC'-.ily h "l-Ij at 2j cts pair
Gint'j Supir St ut 11 itish Ilo., founlu. $1 per dozen
G jut's Cardinal Ho.', silk c ojkud 25 cts pair
Boys PEltCALE S URTS, bo.tq i.dlty, at 1.10.
Jnst MM New Styles of Mi Dress Suits
A Luge Assortment of
Sr3 OeM.t's Boots and. koes, 3I
Latest Stlei and Lowest Prices.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for .VJa:i;o Stock or
New Goods to Arrive Soon ;
Froir j' oiJon, New York, and San Francisco. '
All s'cnk o.i hand dtrlng tho noxt 30 days willbasold fop'oash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND A'.L ICIND3 OP MU?I3 GOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Betlroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Painting's, Engravings, Chroino?,
Aid n Large Variety of Fancy Gojds.
725 lm LYCAN &c Co.
i 1 1 hi imwiiMiii iiiiiiii-iTnTfrTfTraqjriBSJ:,sj;riitjiscasrajJSA,iMja "-'n,tmcmmtimmmutmmmmmmsmmmm
DILLIMGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingh.-vn S.eel Plows, Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene OH, Hjubs Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c, &c, Ac. 052
Ring; TJp Telephone ?2tO.
Ttlt'pl onffNo. 240.
P. O. Box 21)7.
at tfc! U
No. (7 and C9 Iloiel Street
Just Received per
Fresl Celery, Salmon, GlierriGS, Airicols, & Peacta
jLlI iw. irine Con rlitioji.
GooiIh Sold liow, nnrt Dotivciccl Tree of Chnrjo to nil parts or city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75. 77 and IS &:
Kins; St... t
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
, (imtcsM. .i.iiost:.)
All orders for Wliecl.vehiehs of every doscriptlon lllled with promptness and
dWpittch. Flnt-eliws Meclianies employed all Iho year rouud.
tar FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. tBo
Notlunc too hot or too heivy for in. T AM OARS, OSIN1BUSSES, ITANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULft k, OX CA11TS, jniido to order, altored or repaired.
Our Ilorso Shoeing Dopnr(;ment
Is under the supervision of a prr-ii al man -i mech'inic second to none. We
have no ii'o forsoaklugsealiU o 3 'ib'ub. A'l wo-k guaranteed. ' "
Hap-Oliargca moderate. AJW B Will MIAN & WRIGIIT,
403 ly 75. 77.and l KlncStro.
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Alameda, June 23
75, 77 and;81
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