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FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All tlmi! from noon of to-dny, .July 11
Sun Sut. 0 45.
Sun Klscs 17 20.
.Moon 1tlcs v 1) 2a.
High Tide (lurc) rA 0 00.
High TIdo (Binail) 18 00.
wish ami wi:atiii:h
Hccoul iioiu noon of yestt'iriiiy:
At'scuLwcl. Tlioiinoiuctoi- Itiiln.
I ill I lilt I 22h 21i I (Hi I 18li to lSh
I 8.05 90.01 1 30.01 83 o I 750 7) 9 n.00
Whul, N.i:., light; Sky, liu.y and i-iortdcd;
Sen, uiy liuuvy Hiuf.
Diamond Ilotul, July 11, 3 p.m
Light N.H. wiml.
.Stmr Lehtiii 10 inilo.3 off.
Schr Jennie 8 miles off.
Schr Mnna from Ilonomu
Bktnc Eureka from S. F.
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Stmr Jas Mnkcu for Kauai
Schr Waioli for liana
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Mary Dodge for Pugel Sound
Tern Queen for S. F.
Stun- Llkellke In ought S."00 bags of
sugar, 54 head of cattle. & 44 hides. She
Bails on Monday.
The AV G Irwin will commence load
ing after the departure of the Mariposa.
The schooner Pohoiki is laid up near
the flh-inarket being renovated.
The Excelsior will probably load
sugar for S. P. for AV G Irwin & Co., if
not she will sail for Port Townsend on
Schr Maim brought S00 bags of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Servant wants situation.
Gkumak Girl wants situation.
CAimiAGE Rug was found yester
day, call at this office.
Tuck Young has sold his interest
in the firm Sun Wo & Co., to Alam.
Hat, Towel and Clothes Racks,
very cheap at King.Bros. 7G0 St.
A dancing party was given last
evening at Col. Judd's residence, in
honor of Major Purvis' birthday.
A laiigk stock of Picture and
Cornice Mouldings new styles, at
King Bros. ' 700 3t.
A stonu side-walk is being laid
down in front of Sprocket's new
Tun Rev. G. S. Mead of San
Francisco will preach at St. Andrews
Cathedral Sunday evening.
Fouit. offices to let well
and ventilated over the I.
stow, corner Nuuanu and
Tun Captain of the Likelike which
arrived yesterday, reports having
killed a shark about twenty feet in
Public examination of the Fort
Street School will be held July 24th,
and at the Royal School the follow
The summer vacations of Govern
ment schools will begin Friday, July
25th, and extend to Monday Septem
Ax the meeting of the Honolulu
Yacht and boat club held Wednes
day evening ; it was decided to com
mence shortly and. build the boat
The Vanadis left yesterday after
noon punctually at four o'clock.
Salutes were fired as she steamed
out of the harbor. Her destination
Tin: Rt Rev. tho Bishop of Olba
accompanied y Fathers Leouoro and
Clements visited the Italian man-of-war
Vittor Pisani on Wednesday
afternoon. They wore courteously
received and shown all over tho
ship. Upon their leaving a salute
of thirteen guns was fired.
Josni'ii Sykcs Webb has been cast
out into tho cold, since Inukcn re
sumed his olllco. As Joseph Sykcs
litrt established a reputation as a
fighting niiui, having "lived in Cali
fornia," wo would suggest that tho
Legislature, appoint him knocker
down nml dnigor out in chief. His
cost to tho Government could bo
moro tlmunuulo up by hiring him
out to newspaper olllccs, as u kind of
Thug, when rival editors or hellig
ercnt attorneys needed thrashing.
Tub King has
signed the Gas
Tin: surf is running
high to-day. indicating
that there linn been a
atorin in a
Hon. John Lot Kaulukou occupied
the chair in thcAssciiibly this morn
ing during the discussion on the
Currency question and looked
A gang of prisoners have com
menced work on the road on Queen
street opposite Mra. Singer's bakery.
We hope now to see the whole of
Queen street thoroughly repaired.
An inquest was held yesterday on
the body of Miss Josephine Porter,
which was not concluded until after
we had gone to press. The Jury
rcndcicd a verdict that the deceased
came to licr death by an overdose of
laudanum injudiciously taken by
herself to allay the suffering and
pain occasioned by pleurisy.
-- - - .
The jury in the Kohala murder
case gave in a verdict this morning
about half past three o'clock. The
result was 11 for conviction, one
dissenting. Exception bjr were taken
to the verdict by prisoners counsel,
that it was contrary to law and the
evidence. The Attorney General
prosecuted and Messrs. J. M. Poepoe
and J. L. Kaulukou defended the
Tin: Tax-Assessor's notice in the
By Authority column of the P. O.
Advertiser reads as follows : ' 'That
from July 1st to the 31st, the Tax
Assessor for the District of Hono
lulu, will be in his office, rear of
Aliiolani Hale, on Monday, Wed
nesday and Thursday of each week,
between the hours of 8 a. m. and 12
noon, for the piupose of receiving
the returns of all persons liable to
taxation in this district." We have
been informed by several persons
that they have been at the office
during the hours mentioned, and
have not been able to find the As
sessor in. If the son-in-law cannot
attend to his duties for which he is
well paid for, then letsome one bo put
there who can.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Band will play at the Hawaiian
Hotel, this evening, at 7:30. The
following is the programme :
March Dcillir Carl
Overture Tauoredi Kosslnl
Cavatina Bclisario Donizetti
Selection Lombardlans Verdi
Selection Madame Angot Lccocq
Walt. Tho Syrens Waldteufel
Polka A Good Kiss Waldteufel
Hooheno! Italian Anthem.
Tiiuiisday, July 10.
Kimokeo and Kalua, for drunken
ness, Avere fined $9 each.
E. Gilzy, charge with disorderly
conduct on the 8th inst., was re
manded until the 11th inst.
John Daugherty, for assault and
'batteiy on Enunn, on the 8th inst.,
was sentenced to o days imprison
ment at hard labor. Appeal noted
to the Intermediary Court.
J. Connch, remanded from the
9th insl., was remanded until the
Kaimiaina, charged with using
threatening language toward a China
man on the 2nd inst., was remanded
until the 12th inst.
F. Ihggihs, an insane person. Dr.
Hagan states : This person is living
with Mr. Bishop, and is insane and
very violent, it is quite unsafe for
him to be at liberty, tho only place
for him is the Insane Asylum. I
consider him very dangerous. Com
mitted to tho Insano Asylum until
released by proper authority.
Fuiday, Jul.v 11.
John Knui, was fined S9 for
Kapafor cruelty to animals, on
tho. 10 inst., was fined $5 and SI. 10
costs, and in default 10 days Im
prisonment at hard labor.
K. Gilzy, on remand, found
guilty of disorderly conduct, and
sentenced to 2 1 hours imprisonment
nt luml labor,
John Morrison, for nssiuilt and
buttery on ti Chlniuuiui, on tho 10
lust,, was ilneil 10 nml 81.aosts,
Jas. Caswell and Puuaowu Dalglo,
for lulultory i Honolulu, during
past week, were fined 830 ml $10
Chung All Lung and Ah See,
charged with importing opium into
the Hawaiian Kingdom at. Honolulu,
on the 10 insl., to wiLuboiiL 30 tins.,
were tcuiauded until the 15 inst.
Hook Fong, charged with larceny
of tnro, property of Iloiki, valued at
25 cents at Honolulu, on the 10 inst.,
was remanded until the 12 inst.
LATE FOREICN NEWS.
Odessa, June 20. A severe hail
storm occured lo-daj' in Southern
Russia. Hail stones fell as huge as
goose eggs. Rivers wore dammed
and banks badly flooded. Seventy
houses were ruined and much pro
perty damaged. Forty lives were
London, June 23d. The small-pox
epidemic continues to spread through
out the metropolitan districts. Al
ready there have been about 1,700
cases. The daily reports show a
rate of scventyfive per week.
The San Francisco Chronicle has
a leader upon the phenomenally
large rainfall in California this sea
son, and' its effect upon the grain
yield. It points out that an extra
ordinary rainfall in the season of
1870-80, contrary to predictions of
disastrous results, was followed by
a crop of amazing bulk. This sea
son's aggregate of rain stands 32.3
inches in 1870-80 the superfluity
occurring now in the month of June
instead of in April, as then and
the prophets can only guess at re
sults to the wheat harvest. What
ever the crop may be, however, the
Chronicle intimates that there is not
likely to bo enough shipping to carry
the surplus to foreign maikcts, and
that in all probability the last of it
will not get away before the end of
1885, and will not be finally market
ed in England and the Continent be
fore the middle of 1880. The paper
in question holds that tho spot trade
during the first half of the season
will bo almost exclusively . in the
hands of the eastern farmer.
YESTERDAY, ON L1LI1IA ST., A
CARRIAGE RUG. Owner can
have same by proving property and pay.
ing cost of advertisement. 701 1t
rY A LADY, A SITUATION TO
DO LIGHT House Work or to
take care of Children. Addiess "11.11."
this offlce. 701 4t-'
BY a lcspectablo Girl (Gcrinnn-Pro-testant)
a situation in a private
family, after August 1st, to assist in
light housework and make herself useful-
Is a good plain cook, ironcr, and
dressmaker, and kind to children as go.
vcrncss. A good tuul permanent homo
an object. Address E. A. this olllce.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July 15th, all par.
ties who are in arrears for more
than two months telephone rental
will bo liable to have their connec
tion with the Central Ofllco cut oil'.
N. B, All lentals arc due this
Compnnyas per agi cement, quarter,
ly in advance.
.1. F. BROWN,
701 5w Sre. II. B. T. Co.
4ih July Notice.
ALL CLAIMS itqulnsb Jus. T. White
arc paid in full and leccipts taken,
and uro deposited with Mr. B. Cait
wright. Money is in tho hands of Mrs.
White, 118 Nuuanu Avenue, for two
Ohm cli bell rlngcis. All others aio paid
in full, advertisements included, without
consulting or asking privilege to do so
from any one-man-power of . I. I.nlne.
JAS. T. W1IITF,
lis Nuuanu Avenue.
Honolulu, July 11, 1881. 701 It
n.iMnrorn nil t.TlTT.l nm.r.UlO
AIJ1 YU-'Uttl'' ui' rivi'j J.I.J1.IJJ.IJVO
per Shall will-bo paid to tho Sluuo
Holders of the Intei-Island Steam Xuvl.
gation Co., on tho 10th inst., at their
olllco on Ksplaiutde.
70S '.It J, lON'A, .Til., boernttuy.
A DIVIDEND of $5 per bhuio (2nd
(iimitoily dividend) Is puyablu to
day at tho olllco of Oohtlo & Cooke, on
tho Jtook of tho Palti Plantation Co
W. B. CJASTLK, Soisrotiiry,
7r)3 iw I'ala Plantation.
AVI MO SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTKKKST in Uio linn of M'M
WO, No. 13, Nuuanu Strcut, to Alain,
wild Alain iitMunntH all llubllllloa and
will collcot nil accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 7G0 lm
TlIUHSIUV, Jui.v 10.
J. Johnson vs. W. II. Cummins,
assumpsit fdr 805.55. Settled out
Fook Sang Wai & Co. vs. W. C.
Parke, for tiespus3 damages S2.00.
Continued until the 14th inst.
W. Fenncll "i. Lloyd, guardian
of John McKcaguc, assumpsit for
S02.75. Settled out of Court.
R. W. Grannis vs. Hart Bros.,
assumpsit for $170.35. Defendants
confessed. Judgment for $129.25.
Lee Sing vs. Daniel and Pcnalua,
for trespass damages in cane $100.
Continued at request of defendants
until Mlh inst.
Piipiilnni vs. Ah Ho, for tiespass
damages $200. Judgment for de
fendant. Appealed to the Interme
Tho3. Lindsay vs. W. Brash, as
sumpsit for $10.50. Judgment for
Thos. Lindsay vs. II. Morgan,
assumpsit for $1-1. Judgment for
L. B. Kerr vs. Jas. Kcau, assump
sit for S27.50. SoltletVoiit of Court.
ALL persons having bills ngnin&t
-the Fourth of July Committee arc
requested to present, the game for
pagment at the olllco of A. J. Cart
wright, oil oi before Thursday, 17th
July, 18S1, at 12noon.
Uy order oT
700 Iw COMMITTEE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bgtno
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - - - - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. Tor freight or passage apply to
W. G. Inwix & Co., Agents.
' ALVIN II. ItASEMANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - - Merchant street
Wo!fe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Gioccrioand Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tolcphono 349.
A Larp Assortment
- HOIl SALE
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clegliornj& Go's.
npo LET, at the now Building No- CS
X Alakea Street, neaily opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
premises. 72G Uin
I70K GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
: to MHS. TURNER, 82 Kin? Sli ect,
neaily opposite the Windsor Restaurant,
000 ly It
House To Let,
On Punchbowl street, one
Itloor above tho corner of Here
Itania street Largo house,
largo lot, stabling room for 10 horses,
ciirriago house, &c. Possession given
iinmcd lately. Apply to
JOHN S. McGIinW, M.D.
75'J lw . Ilotul sheet.
A&A 'FOUR FINE BUILDING
WM LOTS at l'unahou, Honolulu,
tSsSAS lying between tho promises of
.Mr. B. F. Dillingham and Mcssis. Gra
ham and Foster. Two of tlieo lots ha vo
eneh a frontage of 100 feot on Bciutaula
Sticot and u depth of !00 fort, and twi'
have each a frontage of 10.2. 7 foot on
Bingham Street and a r.uptli of 275 feut.
These four lots adjoin tnch other and
will bof (.old olthei separately' or as a
Annlvto .1. M. MONSARRAT,
087 tf No. L'7 Merchant Stroat.
Govuu.Nou'ti OrnoK, Hoso-)
I.UI.U, Sept. 81, 188a. f
Xl'OTIOE la hoioby given that nodobttt
lS contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian baud will ho riieogulml or paid
inled oiduroil by tho undowlgnoil,
Jno, O. Dominib,
Governor of Q'bm
DU1HNG iny-ubMiium fnuu thU King
dom, Mr, 8. Hiuiion lll act for
mo under full power of attorney.
' E, 11, TIIAOIIHU.
Honolulu, July 1,188-1. WW
White d Colored Matting
0:3 Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
aSO BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
850 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Heat Quality ONLY $1 75'
.3 utj'r ici;cii:ivj3i
75 tloz. Gent's Percale Shirts,
Gent'd Unlaundeitd White Shhls, No. 1 quality, at $1.23; or;12 per doz.
E2rjrcat ltnrgniiiN ! Great ltargaiim ! Groat Bargain !"R
A large af ortnient of
Boy's Snilor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Gents.
Atiived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
r5- O-DEWT' -HOSIERY
Ever imported into tins Kingdom.
180 doicn Gent's Slater Stookinirs fsoinclliin;; new) seamless and ncrfect ' $
llttlng, three-ply heels v
Gent's Super Stout British Hose, bciunlcss
uciu'd cardinal nose, suit eiociccu , 25 cts pair
Bo' PERCALE SHIRTS, licit quality, at $3.00.
Jost BigM New Styles of Gem's Dress Sits
A Largo Assortment of
OKSsr O-en-fc's Boots audi Shoes, g2$
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
7-11 Gm f
BILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Etc. XSstCt;;,lM.f Etc
"Eyjjy rr fjt. . . r c.-.:isi-r--
Fence "Wireaiul Staples, Kerosene Oil a specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing- Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
wr ! m J.rws 'iw-wiM
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
TojiunUe room Tor a r.arc Mtoclc ofJB
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 Tahles,
Chairs, .Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chronios,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 1m X-TSTO-IV &z Co.
K-infff Ul Ifclcplioue
P. O. Box 297.
ENNEDY & CO.
No. (7 and G9 Hotel
Just Received per Mariposa, July 8.
Fresh California Fruits and Vegetables, on ice.
Apricots, Plums, Peaches, Red Currants,
Cucumbers, Rhubarb, Colory, Artichokes, and Salmon,
.AJ1 in 35Uiie Ooiixlrtion.
ooi1m Hold iiiiw, and Dollvt'i'tMl Vvvvi of Cliarco to nil imvln of city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
,- mm 1 lij''SRsJ
tit, it UHU lO YjM
Kinii1 SI i
. -jpTM- i(Ti"-Ti
tn ,x.uflPP'.H s '&. rw-
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Ilttu .-l. .J. ltOHU.)
All orders for Whuel-vohlolui of every doacrlntlon lllled with promptnoss ami
dhpatch. Flrht-olusH Meohunlos omployed all tho year round.
aor FIN liS OAHUIAUJa AVOKK A SlEOIAJrY. -
Nothiiik' ton hot or too heavy for u. TRAM CANS, OMNIDUSSES, PLANTA.
TION W'AUONS, mUA k OX OA11TS, miulo to order, altered or ropnlrod.
Our Horse Shooing Department
Is under tho siuiorvlslon of a practical iniui u muolnnlo acoonil to none, "Yo
havu no uso for houk nu uca h h or lot
Must Rule !
ONLY $1 75
ONLY $1 75
2 collars. and 1 pr cuffs, at $1. .
at 25 eta palr'v;
4 per dozen.
75, 77 and SI
tubs, All work Kiianuitooil.
WHITMAN & WUIOllT.
75, 77 ami 81 KlitK StrcotJ?
utti. uLtiSwi.v & -a
mMfr, iteak v i J&L