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At Ben lvrt.
4ll I lh I Mil II til I Ml I IMi I 16 till
IW.W R6.ll fln.iliMn W R fi.1T
fiwli. Hky, fairs Sim, win-
Stmr ivilnuenIloti from Knliuliii
Slmr Kinati from Windward port
Solir Khuktil from Wnlalua
Solir .Malolo from Hiln
Sclir Wiuolni from aianao
.Sclir Mary K Foster from Nawiliwili
July -20.- -Schr
Woioli for liana
Solir Luka for Kukaiau
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
Slmr Kilauea Hon for Kalnilui
Stmr Lchua for Molokai A: Maui
Sclir Alary Alice for Molokai
Schr Waioli for liana
Sclir Ehukni for Wnialua
Schr Malolo for llilo
Sclir Waimalu for Koloa
From lvahtiliii per Kilauea Hon,
July 2(5. P C Jones Jr. Mr & Mrs.
Courtney, W II Corn well, llouscn,
Mis-J Mossman, Miss J Bates, "W L
Ilolokahiki, J Ij MeKenny, F
Sears, Mrs 'Wilkinson, M'rsMatillda,
Miss Sawyer, -1 pake & 2- deck.
Suhr Eliiikal brouyli !W8 hagri sugar.
Sclir Mary M Fostt-r Ih-ourIiI 10:t7 lings
Migur, and 2S1 bags of paddy.
Stmr l.cliua brought 1.V2 hliucp, HI
head of cattle, & 1 liore.
The bark F S Thompson dipt. Potter,
wailed from Kahulul July 23th, for S. F.
with 14210 bags of hiigar, weighing
1,880,189 lbs valued at 88,8(57. Pas
senger II Hamilton.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
This Legislative Assembly ad
journed at noon untill 10 o'clock,
Tin: yacht Restless was not sold,
there being no bid beyond the upset
price of $300.
If you want to .see an elegantly
furnished bedroom, just step into
Lycan anb Co's store.
The steamer City of Bordeaux
with Portuguese immigrants, left
MaderiraJuIy 12th, and bo expected
some time in September.
Thk Koyal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert in Emma Square,
Monday evening, ami a special one
at the Hotel Tuesday evening.
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Exohanoi: is high, but our prices
are low. Call and get prices at King
Bros. 773 St.
A fijji: selection of Ebony and
Oak Panels, round and oval Plaques,
Pantile, eel., at King Bros. 773 3t.
. . .
Tako Flour is clean, easily made
into Poi and only 50 cents per pack
age. Buy it and make your own
Poi. ' 781 3t.
Mit. E. P. Adams will sell on
"Wednesday next at 10 o'clock at the
residence of Mr. Kohm 185 Fort
street the whole of his household
By order of Deputy Marshal Day
ton, Mr. E. P. Adams will sell ou
Wednesday at 12 o'clock noon, on
tho promises of Crowley & Co. King
street, a large quantity of now furni
ture and trimmings.
The Fort Hi Church will he sup
plied to-morrow by Rev. Mr. Rice,
of Addison, N. Y. Mr. R. has sup
plied the Bethel for two Sabbaths
and. is pronounced by all who have
heard him arc able and eloquent
Many of our readers will remem
ber Madame Cora the magician who
yisited tho Islands some eight or
nine years ago, and delighted audi
ences at the old Hawaiian Theatre.
Wo understand this samo lady is on
on board tho bark Caibarien expected
' early noxt week.
Cai't. T. II, Hobron has sold all
his Interests at KahuluitoMr. S. CJ.
YVildor. Tlio purchase includes tho
Kahulul and Wailuku railway, lum
ber and coal business and store
houses at Kahulul, and tho 8101111101'
Kilimen IIou, tho price including all
Wli hmti 114ft 90 ftowt my
impnriiitit 4int- lh etramer tlmr
will In iiMtH1 Mir Wilder Wiam
M. P. AmMi It ftfltft l Ipavp
lltr ronnlrv nfi Monunl of IIMiihUIU.
ml ivtiii, U, -HI hL imfpfff o.
Lvov and Lowy will toll on Mon
day noxt itt 10 o'olook t Ilia toil
donoo of Mi. Htitldwood 1812 Qitooti
SUvot. the wholo of hor housohold
UiiMiixvi, tlio great violinist, with
a small company of artists, is ox
pueled by the Mariposa, diiiiAugusI
8th. I lis will probably remain hen
Tur.ni: will be no band concert at
Kmuia Square this afternoon, the
baud being onngaged at Kapiolani
Park and the Makiki Ifecreation
At eleven o'clock Wednesday
morning, by order of Lloyds sur
veyor, Mr. Ii. P. Adams will sell at
auction on Brewer's wharf, 1C eases
plain gnlvanized iron and G bundlcu
of iron wire.
Two native boys went out in a
small shore boat last evening, to land
a goat and several sheep from the
steamer Lehua. After receiving their
freight, they pushed off from the
steamer, but in so doing the small
boat capsized, upsetting boys, sheep,
and goat into the water. The boys
being good swimmers, were saved,
so was the goat, but the sheep still
remain at the bottom of the deep
Judging from the rehearsal we
witnessed last evening, a rich treat
is in store for tltose who attend the
entertainment at Music Hall to
night. The following is the pro
gramme: Overture LiiiUpiel, (ICela llela)....
M iv. Jai lcy'h Wax Work-s
Mrs. Jarley, Mrs. IJlekei ton
Ass'nts Mes4r. Von Holt and Peterson
Solo Robert, Lis Diable. (by reqiieit),
Solo Konianee of Hamlet.. I laf-selnian
Concert Solo Mr. Chn. Michaels
Miss Michaels, Messrs. IIasclmau and
Overture Undine, (Resell).. Sym. Club
To eonludo with the Farce In one Act,
"Who is Who," or "All in a Fol'."
Siinouides Swanhoppcr (a Model Young
Mayfair) Mr. J. F. Urown
Lawrence Lavender, (a "Valet from
Mayfair") Mr. E. W. Holdsworth
Mr. Eroomllcld lhambleton, (a Country
Gentleman) Mr. A. T. Atkinson
Cicely, (Rrainbleton's Daughter)....
Matilda Jane, (a "Superior" House
maid ( Mrs. Ilnyley
The public examinations of the
above school took place yesterday
morning. Tho pupils in the princi
pals' room had been at work through
the past week on written examina
tions. In looking over these papers,
wc found on the whole, very satis
factory results. Several of them, by
the older boys, were remarkably
well done. On the walls of the
room; hung a number of maps very
creditably drawn, one in particular,
a map of South America, which car
ried off the prize. Punctually at
nine o'clock the oral examinations
commenced throughout the school.
Mr. Scott examined the pupils in tho
principals' room iu arithmetic, but
the result was not quite satisfactory,
probably owing to their not fully
understanding the questions asked.
Reading came next in order and was
highly creditable to teacher and
pupils. It had been our intention
to visit every room, but owing to the
very large attendance of visitors, who
crowded the verandahs, doorways
and windows, wo were reluctantly
compelled to give up such an idea for
tho noise was too great. We did get
a few minutes on Miss Brickwood's
room, hearing the class read and
examining the dictation and drawing
which was e x t r 0 111 e 1 y
s a t i s f a c tory. At half past
eleven tho closing exercises took
place under the direction of the
principal, Rev Alex. Mackintosh ;
and were listened to by an over
crowded audi on 00. II. R. II.
Princess Likeliko and a number of
ladies were amongst those present.
It wa3 noxt to impossible to main
tain order and quiet with such a
largo asscmbliigo, consequently very
dilllctilt to enjoy tlio varied and In
teresting programme. The recita
tions and dialogues wore given with
distinctness and natural' manner,
Miowlwjr thnl Oi-ii ,! " rr" ?"'
ilrairwN( liyftht pupil glvltifc iioit
nnt ivflwtlng tlw Mt1h4 rwllt i
ttMtr (net niKw. I Hi of "pw Pi
olmtH mil iMillihlnUH! (irogniiiimf.
but mir rrclutloti wtl wreivi per
iI.hiUt inrnUttn T1m fnnnti vtnnti
flml (mi u (). Vlm.n, ,.,,.
imudea. '11 lU young pupil lwa
roniarkahlB ifilont, and fairly brought
down tu homo. Latr on, in a din
loguo, ho kopt tht ftudftnee In one
continual rour of laughter, tnd wan
voted tho prb.o for tlio be6t recllfttloii.
Tlio vooal plocos wore ploailngly
londorod miliar tho" direction of Mr
Vmndloy. Pri wore given iu fol
lows: The most maiksaudbostiucnmina
lion papers, 1st piize, silver modal,
He wa' also awardod mi extra
prize, it book, given by an old pupil
of the school, for best papers.
2d prize, silver medal, and extra
prizo for map drawing, a book, J. M.
3d prize, Book. Louis Kckumauo.
lth prize, "Book, S. Kolokalano.
5th prize, Book, J. Bolster.
Prizes for Heading and best reci
tation, two books, Vincent Fernandez.
The exercises closed by singing
AT A MELTING of the stockholders
of Wllilcr's Steainphip Company,
(limited), held at tholr olllco on Friday,
July 2otli, 1881, it wis voted to incrcae
the cnpltul slock of the Company Fifty
S. 15. ROSL Soerntary,
Honolulu, July 2'.. 77i! 3t.
PER ORDERS from General Super
intendent, I hnvc thi1 day lians
fcired the Ajrenev of Wullu, Fnrgn it
Co. toS. M CAREER k Co.
W. G. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, July 21, 18SI TW Iw
. An impoilcil Ilnmolo
ejb tonkin MAKE Tor siik-,
JSfetfT risillK fi y-'11'15 of age;
XV quiet to rale or drive
. Cs-by a lady. Good size.
Priee $250. Apply to
C. E. HENS OX,
77!) I5t Pdiioi Road.
licaso For Sale.
AT KALIIII, 2 miles from town, 8
years to run, Homestead, Out.
house, &e. flous-u lot and gulden, o
acres, 8 acres good pasture land. Ren
tal, 250 a year, payable quaitcily. 125
grapo vines on the piemise-. in good
cultivated condition. 'JO chickens and
2 pig", with lease to sell for $400.
J. E. WISEMAN,
772 lw General Business Agent.
For Sale or Lease,
yA A LARGE COMFORTABLE
ftwrtfijHOrSB, eleven looms, each
S2SBh,iviii ; convenient closet, pan
try, bath room, kitchen, poultry yard,
&c. Water laid on. Tour minutes
walk from Punuhou College. Terms
easy. A pply to S. F. Graham, at S. M.
Carter & Co's, 82 King st. 708 lm
Building: Lots For Sale.
sat 100 feet, or more, frontage
? 011 iiiigiiuni,'iJoiu una lucicuu
AU Ul.nnln A Inn O ,l,.r.i-. Intn t1 .
feet frontage on Bcckwith St.,
with water rights ; thickly
covered with Algaioba ticc. Tcuns
easy. Apply to S. F. Graham, atS. M.
Carter & CoV, 82 King St. 70S lm
.id, FURNISHED HOUSE, com.
jftf3plftc, on the Government Par
feSgffflSgadc Ground, vith all modern
improvements. Rent moderate to re
spect ible paitic. For particulars ap
ply to S. J. LEVEY, Fort st. 709 tf
IjMJBNISIIBn ROOM TO LET.
Mo. 53 Emma Street.
Saturday Evening, July 26th.
IN AID OF
St, Andrew's Cathedral Fair
Ovuiture Syinphono Club.
Mrs. Jarloy's Wax Works,
Introducing a number of New Figures.
Overture Symphony Club
" Who is Who ; or in a Fog !"
Mm. Ilnyley. Miss Wodchousc, Messrs.
AlkiiiBon, Brown & HohUworth.
Gallery 00 Cents
Doors open at7:!10; performance at 8
Box plan will open at .I.E. Wisoman's
olllco ou Wednesday morning at 0.
No extra charge for res-omul eonts.
Govkunoh'h Okfioi:, Hoko- )
mjt.u, Sopt. 2I,188!I. f
NOTICE Is hereby given that no debts
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian bund will bo recognized orjpald
unless ordered by tho uiuleiylgneil,
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oaliu,
frank G-eitz ,
HAM .MM HKi!Kl I l Pf II
Ami HI I piiors,
OF LNKRY DESCRIPTION.
TO RE SOLD
JJIH 1 U1L UIU
lit FORT STREET.
Just Received per Alameda.
Boxes Frosh Plums,
Boxes Frosh Poars,
Boxes Frosh Apples,
Boxos Frosh Onions,
Whitlakor Star Hams,
And a largo assorlment of California
Produce, For Salo by
To Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rnilE undesigned intends leaving by
X the steamer of the 1st of August,
for a short trip to the Coast. All who de
sire to send orders for articles or mer
chandise of any description, or to trans
net business of any nature there, I will
attend to the same.
Apply or address
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Campbell's Block, 28 Merchant street.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July lfith, all par.
tics who are in arrears for more
than two months telephone icntal
will be liable to have their connec
tioa with the Central Olllce cut off.
N. B, .111 rentals are diie4his
Company as per agiecmcut, quaiter.
ly in advance.
J. F. UROWN,
701 2w Sro. II. B. T. Co.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All ouler3 for callage promptly at
tended to, at tht lowest lates. Also for
White anil III no k Maud
in quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
17 OK GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
J to MRS. TUKNEIt. 82 Kin? Street,
netirly oppolto the Windsor Restaurant,
oyo ly I)
ATiVIN II. RASEM ANN
PAPER-liULER and BLANIC-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - .Merchant street
733 ly , ,
&UAVA WOOD OlIAltCOAX, iu tiny
quantity, from 1 to 100 bug,
FOR SALE BY
7fil Queen Street.
rno LET, at the now Building No-118
JL Alakea Street, neatly opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
premises, 72fi 13m
THE " TUBUS
' CM Fort Htrttl, K'Mrptoir Mm Id)
NO BOY'S LIMCI It Iff. Utit Ualltf
M9 fioTt WW ICIT8. Btt Qwlliy
MO BOY'H T,T5f1Ef WIT, that Qiulity
it'BT rune ior, vied
75 doz. Gont's Poreal Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at$i.
Gen IV rulaiiiidrrrri Whitr Whirls, Ko. I quality, .it t . oiltt por d07.
!S"(i(!a( tiii'niitK ! i'unl EttiraiiiH ! CriMil Etitrg;niiiM!ruifl
A large aiiorttneul of
Boy's Wailor llatb, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived b the lost uti'iimur one of the Largest Invoices ot
Everfimported Into this Kingdom.
160 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
titling, three-ply ImuN at 25 cts'pair
Gent's Super Stout ltiitlnh Ho"e, teimlcss 1 per do.cn
Gent's Cuidlnnl lice, silk clocked 25 cts pair
Ho' PERCALE SHIRTS, liert.qunlily, at 1.00.
Just RocfliM Hbw Stylos of Geit's Dress Suits
A Largo Asiortment of
jffi5 3-ein.t:ss 33oots; mucl Allocs, I
BILLINGEAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
tlt.., Etc., Etc.
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 make room for a Ijarse Ktock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, XowJYork, and San Fraucisco. , t-il
All sfook on hand during the next 30 days will bo sold for cash, ' -
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Aceordeons9 Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Laige Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lin 3L.YO-k.V Sc Co.
Family Grocers, - -
Just Received ex S S Mariposa,
Cases California Mushrooms, Whiltnkcr Starr Hams, Libby'f Pig's Feet Libby's
Cooked Hams, Stcci's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mavple Syri'm.
Salt Water Cuoumberrt, Snued Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Hcckor's Self Raisinc
Buckwheat Flouei, Sperry's Gcnc.s-.ee Flour-, Ilazuul & Co's Indian Flour
Pelt) John's Gem, something new. Try it. '
Island Orders solicited.
A Ira Assortment
White (6 Colored Matting
- ron BAIX
At tho Lowest Pricos
at A. .S. Cleghorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
and IS fefcrfel..?ev 75, 77 and 81
. mBK2grrr '
All orders for Whcol.vehlolcs of every
dispatch. 1 Irst-class Jui'oiianies employed ail the year round.
AST FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -tBa
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM OARS, QMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, JIULE OX CARTS, made to order, altored or ropalrcd. i
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is tuulor tho supervision of a practical
have no use tor hoiuilug seiiuta or rot
Must Rule I
E-c Etc.. ttc.
nn.vxrov & cc.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel
P. O. Box 297. (702
AVING SOLD THIS DAY- MY
INTEREST in tho 11 im of RTTN"
WO, No. 72, Nuunnu Street, to Alain,
bald Alum assumes all liabilities and
will collect all nccouulH.
Honolulu, .Inly 10, 1884. 7C0 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,;
Corner King and Xuuanu 'greets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tclcphono 349.
& WRIGHT, ,
,T. ltOHXS.) Vi
dosoription lllled with promptness' an'u
man a ineoh'inlo second to nono: We'
tuns, ah vonc guaninieeu. ' -
WHITMAN & WRIGHT, .r-
70. 77 and 81 King Street.
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