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WEDNESDAY, JUJA' 0, 188-1.
SUN, MOOtl AMD SEA.
All (line from noon of io-tluy, July 0
Sun .Sets ,' (t 10.
. 7 51).
Well Tide (hirire)
.w. .... w c.
Tiuu (small; 17 00.
WIND AN II U'KATIIRK
Record from noon of yesterday
I 41i I Uli I 22h II 'ill I nil I 18U II to 181i
I moo no.oa sio.ws a! o 1 71 o ,- s 0.1 1
Wind, X. U., frcalijHky, hussy; Sea, heavy
Diiinioiul II end, .Inly I), A p.m
Light N.E. wind.
Schr Waioli off Cocou Head
Schr Liholiho from Waiinoa
Schr Catcrina from Ilanalei
Stmr Jas Makce from Kauai
Stnlr C R Bishop for llamakua
VESSELS LEAYINC TO-MORROW.
Schr Catcrina for Ilanalei
Schr Lcahi for Koholalele
Schr Kauikcaouli for Kohala
For windward ports per Kinau,
July 8 S L Austin, Mrs Trcadway,
A B Lobcnstcin, Mr Baldwin, W Y
Horner and family, Dr Hyde, II
Gunn, Rev Bicltwcll, Mr Hermann,
C B Fisher, Miss L Dickson, Judgo
A Fornandor, T P Hastings, Prof
Alexander, Miss A Young.
From Kauai per Jas Makce, July
9 Mr Cavanagh, Mr Taylor wife &
child, II Macfarlane, Capt. Ross,
A Gossell, Mr Hunter, 4 oflicers of
the Swedish man-of-war, y Chinese
and GO deck.
Tin: Bk. P. S. Thompson arrived
San Francisco June 23. 21 days from
Schr Liholiho brought 950 bags of
Schr Catcrina brought 911 bags of
JasMakee brought 1201 bags sugar,
The tern Queen loaded sugar from the
Jas Makce this morning.
LOCAL & CENERAL HEWS.
The Swedish man-of-war Vandis
will leave to-morrow.
The S. S. City of Paris will leave
on Saturday for Singapore.
AitTiSTs' Materials, Pine and Ebo
nv Easels, at Kinc Bros.' 757 0t.
A raid was made on opium
smokers at Kapaa one day last week.
Mb. Gibson's Reception last night
consisted almost entirely of officials.
Oil Paintings by Foreign and Lo
cal Aritists, at King Bros. 757 3t.
Work is progressing on the second
story of the building to be used by
the tax Collector.
Messrs. Lyons & Levey will held
their regular cash sale to-morrow at
10 a. ji.
We arc glad to hear that the health
of the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn is im
proving. The Pacific Mail S. S. Zealandia
will be due on Saturday with live
daj's later news.
In tho Legislative Assembly this
morning, Mr. Dole compared the
Ministers to a jelly fish.
A meeting of tho Honolulu Yacht
and Boat Club will be held this
evening at Mechanics Engine Room
Salutes were fired at noon to-day
from the Vanadis:and shore battery,
in honour of tho birthday of the
Queen of Sweden and Norway.
Hon. E. K. Lilikalani introduced
a resolution in the House yesterday
for carriages to take a ride to Wai
kiki, but it was promptly postponed.
Quite a number of tickets have
been disposed of for the concert on
Saturday evening at Kawaiahao
Church. J. E. Wiseman has tickets
When any question is asked the
the Minister of the Interior, ho
always consults the old boss before
answering. Why not stand up like
a man and explain your own affairs.
Tin: eyes of the Ministerial
Representatives sparkled like dia
monds yesterday, when Claus
Spreckels entered tho House. At
tention was particularly directed to
the vicinity of his pockets.
The British Commissioner was
conspicuous by hU absence from
W. M. Gibson's reception last night.
Hon. Paul Isenbcrg resumed his
scat in the Legislative Assembly this
morning, after a brief visit to the
Koim olliccs to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the 1. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. G91 tf
A si'Kciai. meeting of Lodge Lo
Progress del Oceanic II. F. and A.
M. will be held this evening at 7:00
in the first degree. Visting brethren
af 0 cordially invited to attend.
Puni.io exercises will be held at
St. Albans College to-morrow and
Friday. On the latter day the prizes
will be distributed. All friends of
this popular school are invited to be
Tin: Friend says that Englands
bill for drink last year was SG29,
080,375; for 1,032, H2, 158 gallons,
enough to till a floating dock for the
largest man-of-war, a mile long a
mile wide, and 05 feet deep.
- ' -
Twklvi: German laborers from
the Waianae plantation, arc locked
up in Oahu Jail, for refusing to
work. They will be kept there until
they make up their minds to go
back and fulfil their contracts.
Yesterday afternoon a native was
driving a horse attached to a heavy
wagon up Fort street. When op
posite Capt. Marchants store the
horse started lo kick and buck furi
ously and came pretty near smash
ing the windows of the jewellery
store on the opposite side of the
road. All the time this was going
the native, sat still in the wagon
quietly smoking his pipe.
Jai'ax possesses 138 missionaries
who, in twenty-five years, have con
verted G,598 heathens or at the rate
of two heathens per annum per
missionary. It would be interesting
to know the cost of conversion per
heathen head. Yet Asia, as a whole,
has a better record than the United
States for it boasts of seventy con
verts per missionary to our seven.
Hawaii, on the other hand, goes
about seventy missionaries to each
converted Kanaka. S. F. Mer
chant. The Board of Management of the
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
held a meeting monday evcning,Chicf
Justice Judd in .the chair. A com
mittee was appointed to examine
prize list, and recommend what
prize should be given in each case.
It was voted to send one of the
society's silver medals to Baron
Von Mullcr of Melbourne in acknow
ledgement of many gifts from him.
It was further resolved to suggest
to the members that the Horticultu
ral show he held in town and at an
earlier date, some time in' April.
. , c
Owing to the largo mail received
by the Mariposa, which all had to be
got ready for the steamers leaving
last evening, Mr. Wilder, with his
usual disposition to serve tho public,
detained the Kinau, at the request
of the Postmaster, till 4:20 r. jr.,
thus enabling her to take all the
foreign correspondence that arrived
in the morning, destined to the other
islands. While the Legislative As
sembly is debating tho subsidy ques
tion, would it not be well to remem
ber our coasting mail steamer service,
and not give all the subsidy to the
foreign boats. Let them have a fair
Quken Emma's beautiful and
picturesque Waikiki residence was
yetcrday afternoon and evening tho
scene of a large and brilliant assem
blage, in honor of Prince Oscar, of
Sweden, who was present with many
of tho odlecrs of the two warships in
port, most of the foreign represen
tatives, and a large proportion of
the elite of the city. The weather
was cool and agreeable, refreshments
of tho best quality were abundant ;
the entire arrangements were ex
cellently ordered, and everything
conspired to produce real pleasure
and true enjoyment. The band of
the Reformatory school was in at
tendance. THE STATE OF THE WEATHER.
Tho air is full of blue lightning,
imprecation and denunciation of all
who dare to oppose " my bank law "
or " my subsidy bill " or " my Mi-
nisterp." The aforesaid thunder
and lightning and ourlvstono, threats
of ruin do not come from the throne
that was bought at Boston, but from
the California importation of the
The Evening Post recently re
ferred to the spread of glanders
among our stock, and advocated the
adoption of stringent measures to
isolate and stamp out the disease.
Glanders has of late become preva
lent in the Hawaiian Kingdom, and
its introduction, it is said, has been
traced to stock imported from'Cali
fornia, whence almost the whole
supply is obtained. Horses would
ere this have been quarantined on
their arrival in Honolulu had there
been any provision made for defray
ing the necessary expenses ; but the
wisdom of the Kanakas when fram
ing their quarantine regulations,
deemed it unnecessary to insert any
such clause, consequently they have
imported some of our surplus glan
dcr supply. As their mistake can
be remedied by the Legislature
which is now convened, it behooves
our breeders, if they desire to retain
the Hawaiian market, to be careful
to ship nothing but sound stock.
San Francisco Merchant.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Toulon, June 2G. The exodus
continues, manypcrsons leaving the
city daily. There were eight deaths
from cholera to-day' and twelve new
Cases were taken tohe thospital.
Fires are burning in the streets for
Marseilles, June 2G. Business
Js at a standstill on accountof cholera,
hero and at Toulon. The public fete
for July 14th has been given up.
Berlin, June 28. A telegram at
the Foreign Ofllce from Tientsin
states that Li Hung Chang, Viceroy
of Pctchilli, does not consider the
collision between the Chinese and
French near Langson as a breach ot
the recent Franco-Chinese treaty.
No blame, he says, can attach to
China, whose bona fide faith in con
cluding and carrying out of the May
treaty is beyond doubt.
Paris, June 28. Rumors were
current at Hanoi that the French
fleet has been ordered to bombard
one of the Chinese ports.
"AN AMG031N' LITTLE CUSS."
THE "L" ROAD MOUSE WHICH RESEM
BLES ARTEMUS WARD'S FAMOUS
"The little vagabond," said the
gatcman, regarding the mouse with
a friendly smile, "first made his ap
pearance here about ten month ago.
Wlicre he came from Heaven only
knows. He was first seen among
the books and papers on tho stand.
Later on he made his presence felt
by paying his respects to the sweet
chocolate case. lie used to take
one of the packages, break tho
outer covering, pick off the inside
paper as daintily as you like, and
then he'd eat the chocolate very
slowly and with great enjoyment.
He would not, like an ordinary
mouse, spoil several cakes by nib
bing a bit out of each. No, he'd
never touch more than one small
cake of chocolate a night.
"But, somehow, tho newsman did
not seems to appreciate the moder
ation. Some people, it does seem,
can never realize that other have to
live, too. The newsman boxed up
the chocolate and then he set a trap
to catch mousey. Well, myself and
those who came to this station late
at night had lot of fun out of that
trap. So did the little cuss. Tho
trap was set with a piece of cheeso
for bait. The first nijjht it was set
mouscj' sized up its construction
from all sides. It did not take him
long to drop to how it worked. The
droblcm that next occupied his at
tention was, in tho first place, how
to get the cheese; in the second
place, how to avoid getting caught
in tho trap while doing so. Ho soon
figured the thing out. How do you
think lie manago it. Why, he
climbed up on top of the trap,
caught the wire upon which the bait
was hung between his teeth mid
swung it to one side till the cheese
struck in the bars at the side of the
cage. He then stepped down and coolly
and ate it up. You just ought to
have seen those eyes of his twinkle
and smile when he cot through. .Ho
rcveated this racket' for several
nights, until the newsman got tired
of baitin that trap. A hunt was
next made to find his hole, but, al
though they hunted high and low,
they could not find it. At last they
had to give up trying to catcli him
as ii bad job. As I said before, he's
too fly to be eauSht; wo'vo grown
to like him, too, and he can now do
just about what ho likes. As for
me, ho knows I'm his friend, and
he's got every confidence in me. Ho
comes out from tho news stand every
night and eats a bit of supper which
I throw him, from between my feet.
" One tale I can tell you about the
little cuss will show you that he's
fond of playing u practical joke.
The newsman one night left some
silver pieces and a paper dollar in a
box behind the counter. Next
morning tho paper dollar was miss
ing. Where in thunder it had gone
was what he couldn't make out. The
stand had been locked, and no one
could have got in there.
"' I believe that devilish mouse
has eaten it,' say the newsman.
" 'The little cuss would never bo
guilty of doing any malicious mis
chief,' says 1.
"And, sure enough, I was right.
A little while after we found tho
bill. Where do you think it was?
Why stuck between the leaves of a
book, with just the end sticking out.
Tho little cuss had carried it off and
stuck it there, just by way of a
good-natured joke on his old enemy,
the newsman. There was a faint
mark of his teeth on the bill, but it
was not a bit enjurcd in any way.
I'll bet that while he was huntin'
for it tho little cuss was a looking
out of that hole of his, and just
spitting his sides a laughin' at us.
Here comes the train." All aboard
for Harlem, gentlemen All
aboard!" Now York Herald.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite b&lnc
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - - - - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for llio above
port. For freight or passage apply to
W. O. Irwin i3 Co., Agents.
A. DIVIDEND OF'FIVE DOLLARS
. per Shall will lio paid to the Share
Holders of the Intei-Island Steam Navi.
gation Co., on the 10th inst., at their
office on Esplanade.
7.X :h .). UNA, Jit, Secretory.
AIiVfN U. KASEMANN
PAPER-RULEK mul BLANK-BOOK
Hook Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - - Merchant street
Wolfe &, Edward
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Xuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tolophono 349.
A Larp Assortment
- VOH SALK-
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
HHO LET, live minutes walk from the
X Post-Office. Enquire at
7.17 tf J. M. OAT, Jr., & Co.
TO LET, at the new Building Xo- 3S
Alakea Street, nearly opposito the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
promises. " 725 am
I70K GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MKS. TWINER. 82Kin Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Restaurant,
CflO ly Ii
House To Let,
ay a On Punchbowl street, one
SSwldoor above tho corner of Bere
(SMSSaStanta street Lurgc house,
largo lot, stabling room for, 10 horses,
carnage house, ccc. rossessum given
immediately. Apply to
JOHN S. JlcGHEW, M.D.
7u!5 1w Hotel street.
MP. FOUR FINE BUILDING
rfol9 LOTS at Punaliou, Honolulu,
EauiSiiSB lying between the premises of
Mr. B. h Dillliigliani and Messis. Gra.
hum and Foster. Two of Uicfc lots have
each a frontage of 100 feet on Beretania
Street and a depth of T00 feet, and tw
have each a froatago of 102. 7 feet on
Blnghiim Strict and a depth of 275 feet.
These four lots adjoin eacn otuer aim
will he sold either separately or as a
Annlv to J. M. MONSARRAT.
037 ti " No. 27 Merchant Streat.
Govkknou'b Ol'Fiqit, llONO- )
i.ui.u, Sept. 21, 188a. J
-TOTICE ts hereby given that no debts
iJS contiacted on lielialf of tho Ha
waiian hand will he recognized or paid
unless ordered by the undersigned.
Jno. O. Dorttxis,
DUBING my absence from this King,
(loin, Mr. S. Damon will act for
ino under full power of attorney.
E. II. T1IACHER.
Honolulu, July 1,1881. ' 7C lw
A DIVIDEND of 5 per share (2nd
.OL quarterly dividend) is payable to.
day at tho olllce of O.istlo & Cooke, on
the stock of the Pala Plantation Co.
V. R. CASTLE, Sccrotary,
752 lw Pnia Plantation.
JL JLJUalud JL JU J.TJLJL ----
iV.l Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
H rf-KTi A7 E3 rj n ?ik j. a
1)50 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
HuO BOY'S TJNRN" SUITS. Hnst OtmliK-
S!50 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts. 2
Hniifj ?tllnmw1m-ril Wliiln Kliirlu TCi.
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(STCmi-cui BJiir'uiiiN ! (ni'dit liurgniiiH ! fxvpnt ItuvguiiiH !
A large assortment of
Tttwia ci:isii. ir.Wu :,. ..n
""J KJIH1W1 JKI.IOJ 111 llll
Arrived liv llio liml steamer nun
n . -w-it-rrTr-.-cr-4 VTr
TCvnr tmnnrtrvl tr
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
fitting, three-ply heels at 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British Ilo3e, seamless $4 per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 25cts pair
Boy's PEHOALE SMUTS, best quality, at 1.00.
Jnst MM New Styles if Gent's Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
glgr3 GS-enti's Boots slixH Slioes, 'Sl
Latest Style3 and Lowest Prices.
DILLIHGHAffl & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc.. lite.
S:- S5K3!wESi:!5MrMVJW Ftc
Fence TVire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing' Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make rodut for n Xiiirgc Htock offl
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during the 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, Chronios,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 Im LYCAN Ac Co.
Kins; XJi Telephone SJ40.
P. O. Box 297
NEDY & CO.
No. G7 and G9 Hotel Street
Just Received per Mariposa, July 8.
Fresh California Fruits and Vegetables, on ice.
Apricots, Plums, Poaches, Red CurrantB,
Cucumbers, Rhubarb, Celery, Artichokes, and Salmon,
- A.11 in IF'iiie Ooiidit-ioii.
(Jooils Hold Ijoiv, anil Delivered
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and IS
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Lnte 1I. T. HOSE.)
All orderd for Wheol.vchicles of overy description tilled with promptness auo
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
X2r FINE CAlllllAGrE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. Wo
li.i.tn .in iicr. fnp unilrltir unlilo ni rnt inlia All wftrlr mnrniilnnfl -
IMbVU 14V. ItJU (Ul D. .. QVyt.ll.C1 V. tUV
fil? T? A SUTTftnT "
J JL J. JLJIJJL.1.JVJLV I
Raifl it a ,& E a n I .a I
IViUl RUIU f
O .s - IS
ONLY fl 715 K k
OWT.V 41 in m
ONLY $1 75 fc
JUHT RJ3C131VI3T M
collars and 1 nr cuffs, at $1. .!
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Irmnlttf .it 1 r! . niCl O .. .!,.. ''.'i
. .juumij ... ,.,., Vl,yi IB1 UUi.
.nlnn .!.. r.r n4- -'
UUMO, uuijf tv VCllUi (jl';
of the r.nrtr.'ot. Ttirnlrna nf v
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Free of GIiui'ch to all parts of city.
75, 77 and 81
All work feuarantccd.
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
75. 77 and 81 Klne Streets
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