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A FRIDAY, ,11 LY 25, 1S8-1.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-ilny, .lul.t 25
Sun Hols I! 12.
Sun Rlnen 17 ill.
Moon Soli II 1.
High Tide (large) (J 110.
High Thlo (sinull) 11)00.
WINll axi wu.vriiuu
Hfcoril liom noon of ostt'itluj :
AtSwiTuvul. Tlii-nnonirtpr lliiln.
4li ' I Ml I i'-'h II 21l I '.Hi 18) to m
:;o.i no.il no.ii I) kio 1 770 7fl3 II 0.17
Wind, N.K., fresh; Hlsy, fulr; Fvi, con.
Stnir Loluui from Molokui & Mnui
Stmr Mokolii from Koolsui
Stnir Wainmnulo from Wainmimlo
Schr Waiinulii from Ivolon
Sclir Mnnttokawni from Wainnao
Stmr Jus Makoo for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Suhr AVoioli for liana
Schr Luka for Kukaiau
Tho Kuuikeaoiili will sail thli nftcr
nooii with u loud of machinery for Davis
now mill ut ICitkahiu. She. will lie fol
lowed to-morrow by tho schooner Luka
with a loud of brick, lime, cinncut uud
Tim Chin Grunt Is anchored In the.
stream to wait for freight.
Sehr Manuokawal brought f00 bugs of
Stmr Jus Makee will, on this trip to
Kauul, touch atNawIllwill.
LOCAL &. GENERAL NEWS.
Tun air is thick with rumours.
What id going to happen?
Tin: Captain of the Jennie Walker
expects to reach Jaluit in two weeks.
lixciiAXdi: is high, but our prices
arc low. Call and gel prices at King
Bros. 77S St.
Lyons and Levey sell the yacht
Restless, to-morrow at noon at Bre
TiiitKi: troltitig races arc set down
for decision at Kapiolani Park to
Tins is St James da'. Special
services were held in the Anglican
church this morning.
Tun Supreme Court sits in banco
on Saturday, July 2Gth, and Wed
nesday, July JJ9th.
A finu selection of Ebony and
Oak Panels, round and oval Plaques,
Pantile, ect., at King Bros. 77J3 3t.
A vr.uv fine imported Hamblctonian
mare is offered for sale, cheap.
Quiet to ride or drive, by a lady.
Wk have it on good Authority,
that the fat boy of the Foreign office
will be the next Minister of Foreign
The new bank bill passed its sec
ond reading yesterday, with a few
slight amendments. It was ordered
to be engrossed.
Twenty five cents admission will
be charged to the pavilion at the
base ball match to-morrow. Sub
scribers of course, will be free.
Tiikiid will be a match game of
baseball to-morrow afternoon at the
Makiki grounds, between the Ilono
lulus and Married Men's Club.
Taiio Flour is clean, easily made
into Poi and only 50 cents per pack
age. Buy it and make your own
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani
was present during the examinations
of the pupils at Fort Street School
yesterday, and took great interest in
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On Tuesday next the bills relating
to the olllco of Auditor General, ' in
troduced by Messrs. Iscnbcrg and
Dole, will be considered in Com
.mittee of the whole.
Rkmemiieu that to-morrow evening
the entertainment in aid of St An
drew's Fair, takes place at Music
Hall. You will miss a treat if you
do not attend.
Tin: closing exercises at the Royal
School took place this morning, the
attendance- of visitors being some
thing tremendous. Our report will
A meeting of the stockholders of
Wilder's Steamship Co. was held
this morning, when it was decided
to Increase- the cnpltnt slocl: Of the
ouipiiiiy llfty thoiisniitl dollars.
Cut nu Hung, the Chin sunn n
charged with breaking into dipt.
Tripp's liou.se on JJIilui street, was
found guilty this morning in the
Police Court, and lenlcnc'cd Ut si
mouths imprisonment at hard labor.
A si.ioiiT disturbance, all about a
pipe, took place this morning at tho
corner of Fort and Hotel streets,
between one of the fruit peddlers
and a Native policeman. The latter
used more force than was necessary,
and ought to have been locked up
himself, as the matter was n most
A Ciiinksi: expressman, while
driving up Nuuanu street last even
ing, lost his reins, and took quite a
ride before he could recover them.
It was considerable of a circus to
watch his frantic efforts to reach
Tin: Annual Exhibition at Iolani
College School will be held on Mon
day next. The exercises will consist
of recitations and singing, military
drill and athletic sports. A general
invitation is given to all friends of
A mi:ktix(! of St. Andrews Guild
was held last evening in the school
room adjoining the Cathedral. A
very interesting paper was read by
Mr. T. Kain Walker, giving a des
cription of his recent travels in
various part of ICngland.
Yi:sti:ui)av afternoon about half
past three o'clock, a horse attached
to an express wagon, started at full
galop from near Nuuanu Street, ran
the entire length of Hotel Street and
was finally brought to a standstill
near the Palace. The wagon was
Owing to tho heavy duties and
inadequate salary, Mr. W. G. Ashley
has resigned his position as agent
for Wells, Fargo & Co., and the
agency has been transferred to S.
M. Carter & Co. During Mr.
Ashley's occupancy of the position,
he has filled it faithfully and well.
Tm: Government English School
at Kancohc, under the supervision
of Mr. E. Ilore, passed its annual
examination on Wednesday last.
The attendance of parents and
friends was large, and tho examina
tion lnost satisfactory. A negro
minstrel exhibition, which created
immense amusement, terminated the
FORT STREET SCHOOL.
The above school closed yesterday
for its annual summer vacation. '
During the past two weeks, in four
of the rooms, the pupils have been
doing written examinations. Pre
viously, these examinations have
been oral, jv system for which we
have very little affection, except in the
primary departments. Commencing
with the principals room, a thorough
inspection was made of the written
papers by the pupils, on the various
subjects studied during the year.
Under the diligent care anil perse
verance of their teacher, Mr. M. M.
Scott, they have made a good show
ing, and won for themselves deserved
praise. Some of the papers were
exceptionally well done, and lack of
space only, compels us to make
general mention. In Mrs. Hendry's
room, .the papers examined by us,
display a very creditable degree of
proficiency in everything. Wo were
particularly struck with the clear
and legible writing in the papers,
showing this important branch had
not been neglected. We next visited
Miss Winter's and then Miss Kinney's
room, examining carefully the work
done. The result was very satis
factory, which is doubtless due to
faithful, painstaking teaching. A
new feature presented itself in these
rooms viz : Map-drawing, those by
Miss Kinney's pupils being well
executed. In passing through the
above four rooms, we were much
impressed with the prevalence of
order and attention. Entering Mrs.
Nocdham's room, the scholars were
being examined orallj', and with ono
or two exceptions the result was
pleasing. Order was not enforced
as well as it might have been. In
the last room, taught by Miss Moss
mtin, wc found thirty bright little
faces all glowing with animation and
interest. The questions put to them
were all promptly answered, their
reading and spelling showing great
progress, and the excellent method
of the teacher.
Each room was tastily decorated
with palm leaves, evergreens, and a
profusion of flowers. Mr. W. J.
Smith, tho Secretary of tho Board of
Education was present, and visited
the different rooms. The present
condition of this school renects the
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yesterday alteriioon in tin principal-
room. The attendance of parents '
and friends ns quite large, tempo-
rary seals being brought into requi-
sition for their accommodation.
Ainongfll those pi obent were II. K.
II. Piincem Liliuokalani, His Ex. V.
M. Gibson, Mrs. Coney, Mrs. llan
lelen, Rev. J. A. Cruzau, Rev. G
AVallaco and wife, Postmaster Gen
eral Whitney, Mr. Chas. Furneaux,
Dr. C. M. Hyde, Mr. A. 'V. Atkin
son, etc. The piogrammo which
was quite large, was varied with
musical and literary exercises, and
gave excellent satisfaction to all
present. The musical part of the
programme was under direction of
Mr. Yarndlcy, who bus done won
ders with his youthful pupils. Mr.
Scott presented the prizes to tho
successful scholars with a few appro
priate remarks, and after Binging
Hawaii Ponoi, the exercises closed a
little after 2 o'clock. We cannot
conclude this condensed report,
without thanking Mr. Scott and his
assistants for the courtesy shown
during our visits to tho school.
Yacht For Sale
On Saturday, July 26th
At IS! noon, nt Brewer's Wharf,
We will veil at public auction, the well
27 ft. long, 10 ft. beam, depth of hold
tl ft. 0 in., -with mnste, fails, and tackle
771 SJt Lyons & Levey, Audi's.
AT A .MEETING of the stockholders
of Wilder's Steamship Company,
(limited), held at their office on Friday,
July 23th, 1881, it was voted tq iutren'e
Hie cipitnl tock of Hip Company Kim
S. 15. ROSE, Secii'tarv,
Honolulu, July 21. 77;3 lit.
PER OltDEHS from General Super
iutcmlcnt, 1 have this dnv trans
lerrcd the Ajrcncv of Wollb, l'argo it
Co. to S. M. CARTER A; Co.
W. O. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, July 21, 1S81. IT.) lw
An imported Humble,
tonian MAJIH for sale,
Isii!!; o Years ol aire:
nniot to ricln or diivn
Ife? by a huly. Good si.e.
Price 250. Apply to
C. E. HENSOX,
773 lit . P.iuon Road.
Lease For Sale.
AT KALIIII, 2 miles from town, 8T
years to run, Homestead, Out"
houses, &c. House lot and garden, 5
acres, 8 acres good pasture lnnd. Ren
tal, 230 a yci: payable quarterly. 125
grape vines on the promises in good
cultivated condition. 110 chickens and
2 pig?, with lease to sell for 8400.
.1. E. WISEMAN,
772 lw General Business Agent.
For Sale or Lease,
A LARGE COMFORTABLE
JIOUSE, eleven rooms, ouch
iUaving convenient closets, pan
try, hath room, kitchen, poultry yard,
&c. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from Punahou College, Teims
easy. Apply to S. F. Graham, at S. M.
Cai let- & Co's, 82 King st. 708 lm
Building Lots For Sale.
100 feet, or more, frontage
on Binhain,Dolo nnd Mctcalf
S Streets. Also, :l deep lots, 100
leet ironlugo on iiecknith St.,
with water rights : thickly
covered with Alg.iroha tices. Terms
easy. Apply to h. F. Graham, at S. M.
Carter & Co's. 82 King st. 703 lm
yji-FURNISHED HOUSE, com.
&svwsiplete, on tho Government Par-Bffjpygi-ido
Ground, with all modem
improvements. Runt moderate to re
spectable parties. For particulars ap
ply to S. J. LEVEY, Foit st. 703 tf
BURNISH ED ROOM TO LET.
No. 5'J Emma Street. 703 tf
Saturday Evening, July 26th.
IN" AID OF
St, Andrew's Cathedral Fair
Overture Symphono Club.
Mrs. Jaiioy's Wax Works,
Introducing a number of New Figure.
Overture Symphony Club
" Who is Who ; or in a Fog !"
Mrs. Huyloy, Mlsr. Wodchoiise, Messrs.
Atkinson, Brown & Holdsworth.
Admission: S 1 .00
Gallery CO Cents
Doors open at7:!)0; rerfornmiee nt 8
Box plan will opan at .I.E. Wiseman's
office on Wednesday morning at 0.
No ottra charge for roscrved seats.
IIA II .- r ltk KIN 'l iv It
, rt s
A Large WIW CitOCK
And SI rimers,
OF EVERY DESOIUPT10N'.
10 BE SOLD
i ii r ii i i i i
urn i uil
111 FORT STREET.
Just Received per Alameda.
Boxes Fresh Plums,
Boxes Fresh Pears,
Boxes Fresh Apples,
Boxes Fresh Onions,
Whittakor Star Hams,
And a larye assoiimont of California
Produce, For Salo by
To, Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rnHE under&igiicd intends leaving hy
X the steamer ot the 1st of August,
for a shoit trip to the Coast. All who de
sire to send ordcis for articles or mer
chandise of any description, or to trans
act business of any nature there, I will
attend to the same.
Apply or address
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Campbell's Blork, 23 Merchant street.
Hawaiian Bel! Telephone Co.
From and after July 15th, all par.
ties who are in arrears for more
than two months telephone icntal
will be liable to have their connec
tion with the Central Ofilcccut oh".
X. B, .All lentals are ducthis
Companyas per agreement, quarter,
ly in advance.
J. F. BROWN,
701 2w Src. II. B. T. Co.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage promptly at
tended to, at the lowest rates. Also for
Fire IV o oil,
White and Jtlnpk Kami
ill quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MRS. TURNER. 82 Kinj; Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Roituurant,
O'JO ly Ii
ALVTN II. KASEMANN
FAl'ER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK'
Book Binding of all description neatly
and jiroinptly executed,
tlazette Building Merchant street
1 UAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, in any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bugs,
. FOR SALE BY
. Furnished Rooms.
'(HO JiET, at the now Building No- US
X Alakea Street, ncaily opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
premise?. 720 !!m
Oil Fori Ml rH, K'niiiplM'MN Diode.)
Low Prices IWIust (Rule !
350 JlOVd LlKJtN SCJlf?, Bwt Cualtt
I 330 1JO Y'S LINEN SL'ITj. Ht Qunllty
I 3G0 BOY'S UNiT SUITS, Hrsi qunllty
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2
(JeiitV L'liluuiidi'rul White ShJtK No.
5T4iiM!i! BtiiraiiiH ! Sieul Itui'xiiiitN ! irnU Itarains :a?V, ,
A large aorttuctit of
Hoy's Snllor Hals, in all colors, only HO Cents.
Ai rived by the last Menmer one of the Largest Iuroices of
Evcifliinported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (otnulhiiig new) seamless and perfect
,, , """K.thiec'.ply hceN at 25 cts pair
Uent'h Super Stout British Iloe, ?o unless Si per dozen
Gent's Caidinal lice, silk clocked '..25 cts pair
Bo's l'EBCALE SHIRTS, beUjjiiallly, at $1.00.
Just Received lew Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Largo Assortment of
53 Gent's Boots and fciaocs, 3
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Cts.. Etc., E!c.
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Vai'iiislies, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
wiw J - JWMtw'u
Selling at Cost
To miiko room rr n
New Goods to
From London, XewjjYork,
All stook on hand during tho noxt
Pianos, Orams, Accordeons, Guitars,
AXD ALL ICI-DS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chvomos,
Ami a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm UYOAJS" Ac Co.
Family (tors, . - -: 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ex S S Mariposa,
Cases California Mushrooms, Whittakor Starr IIiuiis, Libby'f Pig's Feet Libbv'a
Cooked Hams, Steoi'a Family Olieese, Green Mountain Mayplc Svrim
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soused Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter. :.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FAXCY GROCERIES. Hecker's Self Raisin
Buckwheat Flouer, Sperry's Genessco Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, something new. Try it. '
Island Orders solicited. Telephones
'umj mttiim Mm
A Largo Assortment
While & Colored Matting
- ron p.viii
At the Lowest Prices
al A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
7! J I lm
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and LS'teW-S.'T, 77 and !,
(J-iuto t. .7. UOfeJIS.)
All ordcru for Whoul.vuhicles of every description Jllled with promptness aim
dlspatclf. First-class Mechanics) employed all tho year round. ' " 4
ssr lINE CARRIAGE AVORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for m. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX OAltTB, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to non?. "Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubi. All work guaranteed. . .,.1-4
SS-Ohurges niodcrate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT, ,
1U8 ly 70. 77 and 81 Klnij Str'eot.i
ONLY $1 7.1
collars and I pr cuffs, at $1.
I quality, at 1 'J5; oS12 per do.
Etc., Htc, lite.
for 30 Days !
Larsc Stork of
and San Francisco.
30 days will bo sold for cash,"
P. O. Box 297.
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST in the firm of SUN
WO, No. 72, Nunnnii Street, to Alam,
said Alam assumes all liabilities and
will collect all accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 7G0 lm
olfe & Edwards
Grocory and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nuuanu streets. pi,
r resu urocenei anil 1'rovlsions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tclophono 349.
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