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MONDAY. JUJA' 7, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA."
All time lrom noon of to-day, July 7
Hun Sets i. (i 10.
SiuiIMh's 17 21.
Moon Rles o ',,
High Tide (hwao) IJ 20.
jiigti tiui! (gmaii;
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WIND AND WEVTIIEIt
Record lrom noon of yesteiday
I 111 I Oh I 22ll II iili I Oh 18U
30.0') K0.14 30.18 820 780 773 .
I to I8h
Wind, K.K., fresh J hky, lia.y ; Sea, uiodui af 0
Diamond Head, July , .t p.m
Light N.E. wind.
Stinr City of Sydney fm Australia
Stmr C R Bishop from Ilnmakua
Stmr Iwalnni from Kauai
Ugtno W G Irwin from S F
Bktno Klikitat from Port Townscnrt,
Solir Marion from Wrumcn
Schr Lc.ihi from Koholalelc
Tern Excelsior from Mahukona
Stmr City of Sydney for S F
Schr "Waimalu for Koloa
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kahului
Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui
Schr Ehukai for "Waialua
Schr Kaluna for S. S. Islands
Schr Pohoiki for Puna
Schr Kawailani for Koohu
Stmr Mokolii for Koolati
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Schr Maleakala for Popcekeo
Fronl windward ports per Kinau,
'July 5 II R II Prince Oscar, Capt
II Klintberg, Lient N Sundstrom,
Col C P Iaukca, Major Carr Dyer &
wife, Theo II Davies, A Gonavson,
O Mashkc, J Kekipi, Miss Kahiamoe
II Herbert, It Mooney, Kimo Pake,
Dr L S Thompson, Miss E Low, Mrs
K Rowc, S P Naniheuui, J P II
Miller, Mrs T N Kaiaikawaha, Mrs
Mary Woods and daughter, J Ivaai,
wife and 2 children, W White, wife
and 2 children, W Y Horner, wife
and child, Judge A Fornander, II A
Heen, L J Lionarons, and 121 deck.
From Kauai per Iwalani, July G
Mrs h Beimenschnicdcr, Judge J
Kakina, Prof Lobenstein, "W Blais
dcll, F Shoening, and 3d deck.
For S. F. per City of Sydney, July
G. It P Finney, Dr. Newhauss, J
Frost, C Cassc wife & 4. children, T
GDahl wife&l Children, Alfred
French, and 3!) cabin in transit for
From Ilamakua per C R Bishop,
July G. G. Hardy, J. L. Smith, II.
Netter and 20 deck.
From S. F. per Bgtne W G Irwin,
July G. II B Gabbs, L Lieber, G
& E Mixon.
SHIPPING NOTES. .
The Excelsior Capt. Pit, anived this
A. M., from Taeoina via Mahukona with
1002928 feet of lumber, and lf000 shin
gles to "Wilder & Co.
The Kaluna sailed at noon witli 57
return S. S. Islanders.
Tho Bgtne Klikitat Capt., Cutlee, ar
rived yesterday 20 days from Port Town
send with 0M537 feet lumber 72000
shingles & 0 spar., to Ihickfeld.
The sehr Anna Capt. J. MeCulloch,
an ived at Kahului June DO with a general
cargo from S. V.
The W II Diinond arrived at Kahului
30 horns from Honolulu.
The C It Bishop went on the Marino
Railway this l. m., to lie cleaned. She
sails on AVeduebday at 3 i si.
The Kaulkeaoiul is laid up near tne
Fish Maiket being lepaiied.
Schr Lcahi brought 7-19 bags of sugar,
The bgtne WGIi win, Capt. Turner,
arrived yesteiday 15 days from S. F.
with 400 sks of Hour, 533 sks of bailey,
200 hales of hay, 120 hhls of lime, 2G000
bricks, 800 bills of shingles, 5933 red
wood posts etc. She is docked near the
Tho sehr Itosarlo Capt. Swift, sailed
from Kahului June 2!) for S. F. with
3811 hags of sugar, weighing -100239 lbs.
Valued at 28,130.
She schr Anna Capt. MeColloch sailed
from Kahului July 1th, for S. F. with
5530 bags of sugar, weighing 713305 lbs.
Valued at 12185.
Stmr Iwalani brought 1810 bags of
sugar, 50 bags of l ice, -15 bags of paddy,
35 liidcs & 5 goat skins.
Stmr Kinau brought 255 bags sugar.
41 head of cattle, 28 hides, & 3 horses.
Stmr C It Bishop brought 2325 bags
The Planter leaves to-day at 4 i m.
The City of Sydney, 11. U. Dearborn,
Commander, dKchaiged Sydney pilot,
Juno 19th at 3:14 i'. St.; received Auck.
land pilot, Juno 23 id at 11 :53 v. m.; (lis
charged Auckland pilot, June 21th at
3:10 r. M.; lcccived Honolulu pilot, July
Cth at 3:15 p.m. Juno 20th, Lat. 21
47' South, Long. 170 , 02' West, passed
an American wliale ship, with painted
ports, 3,150 bbls oil, also an American
whale bark, painted black, very light.
Had pleasant weather and light winds.
At Kalihi, Juno (Jth, to tho wife of V.
B. Rice, a daughter.
Died at Pauoa Valley, Mary Eva, the
beloved wife of Homy It. Passenger.
Young man wants Situation, call
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lost Scarf Pin. Eeturn to J. E.
Rr.oKNr frcsliela have badly in
jured the Panama Canal works.
. . .. -pi
Look out for the Mariposa early
Autism' Materials, Pine and Eb.
ny'Easels, at King Bros. 707 3t.
On. Paintings by Forcigu and Lo
cal Arilist?, at King Bros. 77 St.
Wi: regret to learn that the Hon.
A. S. Cleghom is seriously ill.
II. R. II. Prince Oscar and suite
arrived by the Kinau, after visiting
the volcano. '
Tin: Prince of Orange, the heir
apparent to the Netherlnnd Throne,
died June 21st.
M. W. II. Ilalslcad has been
sworn as interpreter for the July Term
of the Supreme Court.
Tup feiocious lizard or Iguana
which came near gobbling up Mr.
Yarndley, is now on board the Swed
ish frigate Vanadis. '
Tm: sailors of the Swedish and
Italian man-of-wnr ships at present
in the harbor, appear to be a well
behaved set of men.
Du. G. W. Parker's, Medical
Directory, is a failure. If it is not
corrected in a few days, we shall
send our "devil" round to help him.
Tin; Rev. F. AV. Merrill late of
Honolulu, but now of Penola, South
Australia, was recently ordained
priest at the Cathedral, Adelaide.
Tin: Pacific Mail S.S. Co. City of
Sydney, arrived from the Colonics
yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock,
and left again for San Francisco at
Four offices to let, well
and ventilated over the I.
store, corner Nuuanu and
The Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, Presi
dent of the Legislature Assembly
looked unusually happy this morn
ing on resuming his duties in the
Edward Ilanlan is matched to row
the Australian champion AV. Beach,
August lGth, for 5000. The race
will be rowed on the Parramatta
There will be no Band Concert at
Emma Square this evening, the band
having to play at the funeral of the
late Mr. Lc Favor will hardly be up
to playing in the evening.
Sir Bartle Frerc is dead. He was
one time Governor of Cape Colony,
but is probably Letter known to tho
world in connection with his labors
to abolish slavery from Africa.
A post mortem examination was
made at the Queens Hospital this
morning on the body of Mr. Le
Favor. Death was caused by in
A Grand Concert will be given
on Saturday evening at the Kawaia-
hao Church under the auspices of
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, for
the benefit of the AVaikiki Church
Funds. Mr. Henry Hcyman, Prof.
Berger and some of our well known
' local talent will assist. Admission
61 and 50 cents. Tickets can bo
obtained of Mr. J, E. AViscmun.
Mr. Thorndykc Le Favor died at
the Queen's Hospital yesterday, the
funeral taking place from St. An
drew's Cathedral this afternoon 'at
4 o'clock, Rev. George AVallacc
officiating. The deceased gentleman
was formerly apothecary on tho
U.S.S. Shcnudoahand Haitford. He
came from San Francisco to take
charge of Messrs Hollister and Co.'s
drug store on Foit Street and made
many friends in our community. Ho
was a member of tho Honolulu Rifles.
Tm: Anylican Church Chronicle
for July is now before us. The lead
ing articles arc well written, one of
them on "Newspapers" probably
refers to our morning contemporary.
The educational department is more
interesting than usual, though wo
should like tp see more original mat
ter from the pens of tho able editors.
AVe should like to hear what they
have to say about free education or
boarding' schools, both matters of
interest at the prosent time. Tho
usual local and foreign church news
makes up an excellent number.
THE JULY TERM
Of the Supreme Court commenced
this morning, Austin, Judge.
The King vs ,Kaaikiola. Assault
and battery. Appeal from Police
Court. Fine paid. Appeal withdrawn.
The King vs Kcanu. Murder. Let
for trial on Wednesday July 10th.
The King vs Kalawaia. Larceny.
Let for trial on Thursday -July 9th.
A POLICE COURT AT CAIRO.
The prefect and his deputy wore
arrayed in black coats and trousers,
white waistcoats and patent boots.
But they sat, as heir predecessors
sat a thousand years ago, cross-legged
on the divan. Litigants came up
without formality, kissed their knees
or their hands, according to rank or
favour, bent, with lmmls folded in
their sleeves, to declare the grievance
volubly, answered a brief, harsh
question and took the veulict help
lessly. Cases lasted, on an average,
two minutes each, as near as I could
time it ; and all the while men came
and went in the little room, talking
mostly in high, quarrelsome tones.
If any one present was struck with'an
observation, he offeicd it casually,
and his worship listened. After
delivering judgment, always preceded
by a grunt of general dissatisfaction,
he clapped his hand, and and a soldier
rushed in at full gullop, holding up
his sord. Forthwith the parties
retired to discuss matters warmly
outside, in full hearing of the com t.
A matrimonial difficulty referred to
the authorities -lasted but four
minutes by the watch. A thin,
speaking man looked the husband,
while the wife, so far as one could
judge by eyes and nose, was vety
pretty. The gentleman told his tale,
thS purport of whicTi I could not
gather. The lady turned led to the
tip of her little nose, and her eyes
flashed. She took up her parable
vehemently and sternly. The prefect
asked further explanations of the
husband, who turned very pale. He
found nothing effective to reply.
His worship pronounced in a single
phrase, the galloping soldier ap
peared, and off went the pair. I
asked of an official who spoke English
if the man was going to prison.
"No said he; "he goes home." Tt
must be admitted there is something
to be urged for a system which can
deal with domestic troubles in this
SWEATING DROPS OF BLOOD.
Rev. Dr. Thayer, in an article in
the Christian Leader, calls attention
to the fact that the words of Luke
do not necessarily imply that Christ,
in his agony, shed great drops of
blood, as it has been generally
claimed they do. Tho record says,
"his sweat was as it were great
drops of blood," the C4reek word
rendered "as it were" expressing
likeness : But even if it had been
as so many careless readers have
believed, says Dr. Thayer, and
Christ had actually fallen into a
bloody sweat,it still remains to be seen
that it was supernatural. There arc
a number of cases on record where
in it is stated that this phenomenon
has been witnessed. Of course the
subject is one that has invited the
attention of all classes of Christian
believers, and provoked the denials
and sneering criticisms of unbe
lievers. Many things have been writ
ten in endeavors to solve the pro
blem, and explain its cause ; and
diligent Biblical scholars, and de
voutly loving disciples have looked
into the pages of history, and con
sulted medical authorities, in quest
of facts which may help to throw
light on the evangelical narrative.
London physician, Dr. AVm Stroud,
whose work, "The physical cause of
the Death of Christ," gives quite a
number of cases in proof of tho ac
tual occurrence of a bloody sweat as
the result of strong mental ' excite
ment, anxiety and terror. Several
of these are quoted in Harper's Bib
lical Cyclopiedia, from which we
take them for the information of our
In 1552 an Italian officer, threat
ened with a public execution "was
so agitated and distressed at the
prospect of an ignominious death,
that ho sweated blood in every pari
of his body."
A young man of Florence, who
was unjustly ordered to bo put to death
by Pope Soxus V; when led to exe
cution, "was obsorved, through ex-
ces9lve grief, to shed bloody tears,
and to discharge blood instead of
sweat from his whole body." It
was remarked by some who wit
nessed it that Nature seemed in this
way to invoke vengeance upon his
In a work with the title of "Ephc
merides," it is stated that "a young
boy, having taken part in a critna
for which two of his elder brothers
wore hanged, was exposed to public
view under the gallows on which
they were executed, and while thero
was observed to sweat blood" from
the exposed parts of his body ; fur
ther examination showed that it was
the same over his entire body.
Another of the examples given is
that of "a nun who fell into the
hands of soldiers, and seeing her
self encompassed with swords and
daggers threatening instant death,
was so terrified and agitated that
she discharged blood from every
part of her body, and died of he
morrhage in tho sight of her assail
ants." And the case of a sailor is
also mentioned who was so fright
ened by a terrific storm that he fell
down, and "his face sweated blood,"
which continued as long as the
rp 'IVTTTC AffTGTn TTAT.T. TTOTnAV
A AllU .ili-V W V iA4-JW, J. J.t-1'. .1.
EVENING. Ono Scarf Pin with
Peail in center of Buttercup. Also, 1
Long Gold Lady's Breast Pin, Tortois
Shell and Flowers. May have been lost
going fiom Music Hall. Suitable re
ward paid. J. E. WISEMAN.
SITUATION AS ("OACHMN
and GROOM or other employ
ment, lately from tho States. Address
lClFoit Street. 757 ll
AIVJ N II. RASEMANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - - Merchant street
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Coiner King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclopliono 349.
A Large Assortment
- FOR SALE-
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
TO LET, live minutes walk from tho
Post-OITlce. Enquire at
737 tf J. SI. OAT, Jr., & Co.
O LET, at the new Building No- 3S
Alakea Street, nearly opposite tne
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
picmhcs. 725 Dm
I 7011 "GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
: to "MBS. TURNER. &2Kin Stieet,
nearly opposito tho Windsor Rostaurant,
iOflO ly b
House To Let,
A"X S n I'unchhowl street, one
ftw.'SSwdnor above tho corner of Beic
feSfffitaiii'i street Large house,
laruu lot, stabling room for 10 hordes,
carihiKO house, &c. Possession given
immediately. Apply to
JOHN S. MxGREW, M.D.
75:1 lw Hotel stieet.
FOUR FINE BUILDING
LOTS at Punahou, Honolulu,
lvinc between tho premises of
Mr. B. h D'illingham and Messrs. Gia.
ham and Foster. Two of theu lots have
each a fiontago of 100 feet on llcietania
Street and a ihpth of IiOO feet, and tw
have each a frontage of 102. 7 foot on
Bingham Stn et and a depth of 275 feet.
Tin be four lols adjoin each other and
w ill bo told either Foparately or as a
Apply to J. M. MONSAKHAT,
0S7 tf No. 27 Merchant Stroat.
Govmtxou'fi Omen, Hono- )
i.ur.u, Hept. 21, 188a. i
NOTICE is he-ruby given that no dolus
contracted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian Diinu vu no roeugiiiuu i i'm
unless oideicd by the undersigned.
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Onliu.
DURING my absence from tills King
dom, Mr. S. Damon will act foi
me under full nowor of attorney.
E. II. TI1ACI1EH.
Honolulu, July 1, 1681. 75!) Ins
A DIVIDEND of 1 per sharo (2nd
quarterly dividond) is payable to
day at ilio olllco of Cuttle & Cooke, on
the btoek of the Pain, Plantation Co.
V. If. OASTLL, Secietiviy,
752 lw I'ula Plantation.
We & Colored Matlit
VBt-Kw"TrTi-3&aK:wiMBgiSisJMayu43giTrit trtiti iryriMTn-rn fri iimi imiji
THS " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
J3 Fort Street, (Campbell's Block.)
50 HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
uu jju i is iii.Ni'iiN auna. ucai yuainy
350 HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality . ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Porcalo Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlaundcrcd AVhilc Shiits, No. 1 quality, at 1.25; or 12 per doz.
KsTCji'cat JSarg-aiiis ! 4k'cui JlufgaiiiH ! CSreai UnrguiiiH !f
A large asortmeut of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Gents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of tho Largest InToices of
S 0-ESlT9S HOSIERY a
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
fitting, tin ce-)ily IiccIh at 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout IJritish IIojc, seamless $1 per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, bilk clocked 25 ct pair
Boy's, PERCALE SEIIHTS, bcstmiality, at 1.00.
Just ReeeweQ New -Styles of Gent's Dress Slits
A Large Assortment of
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
' 741 0m
BILLIHGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, .Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c;, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To nmlto room for a Iiiii&a Htoclc of J ,t
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and iSan Francisco. '
All 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 GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
, And a Laigc Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm ISTOAJV Sc Co.
ItiiifiT XJp Telephone 540.
P. O. Ho 207. TelcphonclNo. 240.
KENNEDY & CO.
No. 67 and 69 Hotel Street Honolulu,
Just Received per
ry, Salmon, Cherries, AMcots:&
.A.11 in. Iino Ooliclitioxi.
JooflM tioUX TiOW, and Delivered Free of Charge to. all parts of city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and IS
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
CCnto r. J. 3XOS33.)
All orden for "Wlieel-vohiclcs of every description filled with promptness am
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
1ST FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -M
Nothing too hot or too heavv for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBU8SES, PLANTA-.
TION WAGONS, MULL & OX OMITS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a meclnnlo second to noiio. 'Wft
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
-Charges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
4G8 ly 76. 77 and 81 Klnc Street,
ONLY $1 70
uinJjx i 70 i
Alameda, June 23
75, 77 and '81