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SATURDAY, JULY fi, 18S.
All time from noon of to-day, July 5
Sim ScN (! 40.
Sun Rises T 17 J!J.
Moon Sots 1(5 CO.
High Tide (largo) 2 20.
High Thlo (small) ..Mat).
WIND AND WUATHCU
Kcctml iiom noon of ycstcidnyi
At Ben Iovl. J iiunnomctoi
I 111 I Ull 2211 l 21. I !)h I 18h
1 30.03 110.03 30.0.-1 I WO 710 7,(0
Wind, X.I'., fresh ; Sky, fair; hua, lrtodtuato
Diamond Head, .hily fi,
Light N.E. wind.
Nothing in sight.
IS p. in
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Stmr Kilaliea lion from Kahului
Schr Ehukai from Wuialua
Schr Gen Sciglc from Ewa
Stmr Planter from windward ports
Schr llaleakala from Pepeckco
Stmr Lehua, from Molokai & Maui
Schr Psiuahi from Ilanalci
Schr Wailcle for Maliko
Schr Mary Alice for Lanai
Schr Kekauluohi for Ilanalci
Stmr Jas Mnkcc for Kauai
Schr Kauikeaouli for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Schr "Waimalu for Koloa
Stmr Kilauc.'i Hon for Kahului
Stmr Lehua for Molokai & Maui
Schr Ehukai for Waialua
Schr Kaluna for S. S. Islands
Schr Pohoiki for Puna
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Stmr Mokolli for Koolau
From Molokai & Maui per Lehua,
July J3. C Ilendcmann wife and i
children, J Nell & 21 deck.
From Kahului per Kilauca IIou
July 5 Miss F dishing, E D Hocky,
Mrs W T Ilhoadcs, Miss S Charmer,
W II llalstead, Miss Bailey, Mr.
Kapule & 2 daughters & 30 deck.
From windward ports per Planter,
C N Spencer, Mrs M Fennctt and 2
son, A F Cusack, F A Cramer, W
Locker, E E ltobins, W Henry, 1
Chinese and G2 deck.
Stmr Lehua brought M5 bags sugar,
5 head of cattle & 1 horse,
Stmr Mokolli brought 137 bags sugar.
6 227 bags rice.
Stmr Kilauca IIou brought -152 bags of
sugar, 102 bags of potatoes, 03 bags of
taro, and 70 boxes of taro Hour.
Schr Pauahi brought 110 cords of fire
wood from Puna.
The Lehua went on the Marine Kail
way this A. si., to be cleaned.
Schr llaleakala brought 1300 bags of
Stmr Plauter brought 4170 pkgs sugar,
S9 bags awa, 102 hides, 20 heads cattle,
231 pSgs miscellaneous mdsc.
At tho residence of her mother Liliha
street, July 4th, 1891, Miss Sarah Mc
Grcgor, aged 32 years. Tho funeral will
take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited to attend.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The Legislative Assembly did not
meet this morning.
Tin: S.S. Planter will leave on
Monday at four o'clock.
Stekkoscovcs and Foreigu Views,
very cheap, at King Bros. 754 3t.
Dining Room Fruit Pictures, En
gravings, etc., at King Bros. 754 3t.
The July term of the Supreme
Court will commence on Monday
The wooden bridge at the corner
of Judd and Nuuanu4 streets needs
repairing at once.
The S.S. Mariposa is due on
TueiOay next from San Francisco
with dates to the first inst.
The Hawaiian Mission Childrens
Society meets this evening at tho
residence of Mr. S. B. Dole.
was civcu last c
display of fireworks
i-onintr at the resi-
dence of Mr. Jno. D. Sprcckcls.
" -- a
Foun ofhecs to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, .corner Nuuanu and Queen
Judgk Bickerton's matinee at the
Police Court this morning was slimly
attended, only nine drunks yester
day. Tub third verse of the lied White
and Blue, as sung by Mr. J. T.
"White yesterday at tho Hotel exer
cises, was different from tho printed
programme. Mr. White, daims that
the words sung by hiiu are tho
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Tun Mnlihlni Glee QliuVs concert
takes place this evening at Ktiwaia
hao church, under the patronage of
His Majesty the King.
Tin; Captain and olliccrs of tho
Italian man-of-war, accompanied by
1 A. Schncfer Esq., started for tlie
Pali lliia noon in one of Jas. Dodd's
busses, drawn by four horses.
A stuav rocket fell on the roof of
the Catholic Cathedral last evening
causing a slight blaze, but was ex
tinguished by an employee- without
doing any damage.
Mnssns. Hart Bros, of tho Elite
Ice Cream Parlors, would like it
understood that they did not furnish
the ice cream served at the picnic
yesterday. No. 75G It
The Kaluna will not sail till Mon
day next at 12 noon. Any presents
of Books, papers, etc, will be thank
fully reccivetl by the captain on
behalf of the traders of tho various
South Sea Islands. -
Tin: funeral of the late pastor of
the Chinese Church, Tang Chin Sam
took place this morning at 10 o'clock
and was largely attended. The boy
Lc Chang who, was drowned with
him, was buried this afternoon.
Tin: Friend for July is promptly
to hand. It contains quite a num
ber of well written articles, also an
interesting letter from the pen of
F. W. Damon being No. 7 of Hum
bles in China.
Ri:v. J. A. Cuuzan will preach at
Fort Street Church to-morrow morn
ing and evening. Subjects "A won
derful picnic" and "What is the
Foundation of National Stability and
Greatness?" A Fourth of July
afterthought With Hawaiian applica
tion. Mit. William Wnxxnu, the well
known jeweller died at Waialua
yesterday of brights disease. lie
has been ailing for a long time and
had gone in the country to recuper
ate. The body arrived in the city
this morning at half-past thice
o'clock, and the funeral took place
this afternoon from his late residence
on Emma street.
An amusing incident occurred at
Pearl River yesterday.- A party of
natives left the shore in a small
dingy to go to the schooner Mokuola
anchored outside. When within
about twelve yards of her the ding'
turned bottom upwards leaving tho
natives floundering in tho water. One
of them had a guitar with him and
he might have been seen swimming
with one hand and holding up the
guitar out of the water with tho
other. All reached the schooner in
Yesteiway morning Mr. Yarnd
ley's attention was called by the
loud cackling ,of the duck and
chickens in the yard of his residence
on Kukui street. On going out to J
ascertain tho cause of so much noise,
he discovered a large lizard about
three feet long of a deep slate and
blackish color, belonging to the
Gecko species. After a good deal
of trouble Mr. Yarndley finally killed
it, put it in to spirits, and it can bo
seen at the store of C. E. Williams
& Co. on Fort street. It may have
been brought; when young from Cali
fornia in a bale of hay, but it is said
that there is a species of Gecko,
indigenous to these islands but rarely
found. Since writing the above, wo
have ascertained that the terrible
beast with which the gallant musi
cian waged battle, was the property
of the late William Austin, in whose
family it had been a pet for somo
four or five years. As Mr. Yarnd
ley did not know this, however, we
think that he should be presented
with a medal and done up in
statuary for his bravery, a hi St.
George and the dragon.
The following suggestions
tis to canned goods are by
Dr. J. G. Johnson of ISrew
Reject every can that does
not show the line of resin
around the edge of the solder
on the cap the same as is seen
on tho seem at the side of the
"Standard" or first-class
good s, have n o t o n 1 y the
name of the factory, but also
that of the wholesale llOUSe
which sells them, on the
"Seconds" or doubtful or
" reprocess' ' goods have a
stock label of some mythical
canning- house, but do not
have the names of any whole
sale grocer. Reject allgoods
that do not bear the name of
the factory and also of some
A "swell" or decomposing
can of goods can always be
detected by pressing hi the
bottom of the can. A sound
can pressed, will give a solid
feel. When gas from the
decomposition of the food is
inside the can, the tin will
rattle by pressing up the bot
tom ds you' displace the gas
in the can.
Reject every can that shows
an-- rust around the cap on
the inside of the head of the
can. If housewives are edu
cated to these points, then
muriate of zinc amalgam will
become a thing of the past,
and dealers in damaged cans
ENFORCING A RULE.
Say, you dirty yaller
skinned Chinee. I left two
flannel shirts an' a pair o'
overalls here to be washed the
other day, an' when I sent
my boy around to get 'em an'
tell yer I'd lost the check, yer
said 'no cheeky no washy' to
"TSTo checkee no washce.
Dlat allee litee ; me no diltee,
me no yallee-skin. MeOhinee
mtm. Me lun washce house,
itfo checkee, no washce."
"Then I'll smash your mug
all over your face," and the
irate patron of Tung Lung
began to work his arms. A
moment later, he was so
mixed up with a Chinaman
that you could hardly tell
which was which. He got
an awful thrashing, and he
came out of that laundry with
one ear bitten off, one eye
hanging down on his cheek
and the other closed for re
pairs, he mournfully said to
a man, who asked him what
ailed him :
"The rule o' that Avash
house air 'No checkey, no
washy, an' I'm dad gummed
if they don't enforce it."
SHE WASN'T WORTH IT.
A haclewoodsman promised
to send the minister fifty
pounds of maple sugar for
marrying him. Time passed
on, and no maple sugar
arrived to sweeten the minis
ter's household. Some months
later he saw the newly-married
hushand in town, and ventured
to remind him. "My friend,
you did not send the maple
sugar you promised." "With
a saddened countenance, the
man looked up and replied,
"To tell you the truth, gov
ernor, she ain't worth it!"
DIVIDEND of $5 per share (2nd
(luarterlv dividend) is payable to-
day at the olllce of Cattle & Cooke, on
tho s-tonk of tho Paia Plantation Co.
W. K. CASTLE, Secretary,
752 lw Paia Plantation.
Will give another
By request of the Citizens
On Saturday Even'g, July 5th,
At Kawaiahao Church.
Tickcts-.Jl.OO; 7i) cts; 50 cts, & 25 cts,
to ho had at J. E. Wiseman's.
House To Let,
;wu a On Punchbowl btieol, one
ft-V?rtdoor above tho corner of Bete
ESg&yis&tanla Rtreot L-irgo house,
largo lot, stabling room for 10 hordes,
carriago house, &c. Possession given
immediately. Apply to
JOHN S. McGltEW, M.B.
7C;t lw Hotel street.
DUIUNG my absence from this King,
dom, Mr. S. Damon will act for
mo under full power of attorney.
I Honolulu, July 1,1681
ii. 11, TllxYUlinit.
Hawaiian Garriapli Co
.1 U S-X" XMflCESl v wi
A TINE I.OT Oh'
Second Growth Ash anil Oak
For stile ut lowest mtukel rate-i.
Also a complete stock of
Carriauo & Wagon Material
constantly kept on hand, 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
1. B. KERR,
Honolulu, June 7, 1884.
" AIVTN K. KASEMANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-HOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
GazcttCjBuikling - - Merchant street
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Food Store,
Corner King and Nwunu streets.
Fiesh Groceries and Provision received
by every Stoiner
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 3-19.
My patrons and tho public gene
ally aio hereby notified that I
have fcold all bf my stock in
trade and general business in
terests in thete Islands to Mr.
N. S. SACHS, who will heie
after conduct the general Fancv
Dry Goods and Millluory Bus!,
nesp, at the old stand 101 Fort
itiect I bespeak for my suc
cessor the same libeial patron,
age hitherto extended to mc.
All claims ugivinst mo will bo
assumed by Mr. Sachs, and all
accounts due me must be paid
to Mr. Sneljs.
A. M. MELLIS.
Honolulu, June M, 1&S1. 741 2v
1 Large Assortment
- Olt SAliE
At. the Lowest 3?rico3
at A. S. Cloghorn & Op's.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
II. Cavcnagfi, n n Propriotor.
XHAIjS MfMtf& aUSAJLS
Cook'dtoord'rS'At all hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer. 001
iVWi fc A T P U N A n O U, A N E W
,!$ HOUfc-E, suitable for a large
toSSaXa fnmil v,tt'id live minutes walk
from the School Buildings. Terms mo.
deiate. Addro-s Box 125, Post Olllce.
Collate to Let,
THRICE ROOMS, cook houc.
liath house, ceo. Apply ot mu
r no 1 ...
iMSViliei'll HI. no in
rpo LET, live minutes walk from tho
X Post-Uillce. Etuiuiru at
7.17 tf J. 31. OAT, Jr., & Co.
mo LET. at tho new Biiildin'' No- 88
JL Al'ikea Street, neaily opposite tho
Y. M. O- A. Building.
lOlt GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
JO to MRS. TUIlNEIt, 82 Kinir Street,
near1! opposite tho Windsor lloitaurant,
ICC0 ly h
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we the undei. signed havo ap.
pointed Kcau (k) of Kakaako, as a Luna
over the Fisheries of Kankaukukui and
Kohololou, loiibed by us fiom B. Pauahi
Bishop and Dowsotl and Sumner. Any
person or persons who are found fishing
or trespassing will be prosecuted accord,
lag to law.
SIl'iio 1. LI MING & Co.
Honolulu, Juno ilrd, 1881. 780 2w
i.ur.u, Sept. 24, 1881)
NOTICE is horcby given that no debts
contt acted on bolmlf of tho Ha
waiian bund will bo rorogni.ed or paid
unless ordered by tho underdgncd.
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu,
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
GS Fori Street, (Clniupbcll's Block.)
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
050 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
75 doz. Geni's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlaundcred While Shhls, No. I quality, at $1.23; or 912 per doz.
GSTtfi'ciit ItnrgniiiK ! dci-cut Unriim ! Prosit ItnrgniiiH 181
A largo assortment of .
Boy's Sailor Hats, in nil colors, only CO Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
iltting, three-ply heels 7 at 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British Hose, seamless $4 per dozen
Gent's Cardinal lose, silk cloaked t 25 cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SIIIHTS, best quality, at 1.00.
Just Receivefl New Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
g3r Oeiit's JEJoots sxijlcL feslioes, si2gSl
t Latest Stylc3 and Lowest Prices.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc., Etc.
Fence Wire untl Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing- Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for a, Ijiurse Stock of;
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Now York, and San Fraucisco.
AH stock on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOOD3.
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tahles,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Clii'onxos,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm I-iYO-AJV Ac Co.
Rine: TJp rAileilione 2t,0
P. O. Hox 297.
No. 67 and 09 Hotel Street
Just Received per Alameda, June 23
Fresl Celery, Satan, Cteries, Anrieots, & Mcles
AJL1 in IT'inc Ooiicli-fcion.
4oo(1h Hold litnv, and DeUvorctl Tree of Chnrrce to nil part of city
L. HI II Ml IIIIIWIMIIM llll IIIIIIWHI llllHW I W IIM WIWWWW1HWI I WWWWW I
" -' '' ' ' - T " ,.,,. -.. i ,1, ,
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 18
T?y3ct:.3tT'3fn Jjiu yjliw
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(LiUto 2H. ,T. 110833.)
All orders for Whcol-vehloloa of every description tilled with prornptnese sou
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
- FINE CAItlUAGE WOllK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM: CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX OxVRTS, made to ordor, altered or ropalred.
Our Horso Shooing Department
Is undor the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. We
havo no use for Honking scalds or rot tubs, All work guaranteed.
KZP-Ohnrges moderate, WHITMAN A WRIGHT,
408 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Street
ONLY $1 75
ONLY $1 75'
ONLY $1 75 (
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
75, 77 and 81