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MONDAY, ,Jl'LY 28, 1K81.
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SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day. .Iiily 28
Sllll SeN Ii i().
Sun Rles 17 112.
Moon Hct 1(1 fill.
High Tido (iimll) 0 00.
High Tide (huge) 21 00.
WIND AND Vi:.VTIIi:il
Kccoid iiom noon of jostptilny:
.U Sea" Level. Thciminiictur Iliiln.
I ill ' I iifi I ' SJh l ah 1 !ih Mt to 1
I '."iw I :jo ii ; ,10.08 1 "a s 1 711 w n. 17
Wind, N.i:., fioih; Mj, cluinliif,'; oii,
July 21!. .
Sclir IlalcakaUi from l'opcckeo
Hchr Kamoi from Laiipahoelioo
Sclir Liliolilio from Waimea
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Stiiir Likeliko from Windward ports
Stmr C It IJisliop from Ilamakun
Sclir Rob Hoy from ivoolnu
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Bk Hope from Port Townscnd
Sclir Marion from "Waipio
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kahuliii
Stmr Lchua for Molokai & Maui
Sclir Mary Alice for Molokai
Sclir AVaioli for liana
Sclir Eliukai for Waialua
Schr Malolo for Ililo
Schr AVaimalu for Koloa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr C It Bishop for Ilamakun
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Stmr Kinau brought 11178 bags fcugur,
2 hones, llil hide:, and -II heads of
Stnir Iwalani brought 012 bag-, sugar,
40 bags rice, 21 hides HO bags phi. and
27 head of cattle.
Stmr jviokolll biought -192 bags rice,
147 bags bugar, 200 bags awa, it 20 bags
of taro. Sue sails to-morrow for her
last trip to Koolau on her leturn .she
will take her new route.
Stmr Likeliko will sail 011 Wednesday
Stmr C II Bishop brought 1070 bags
of sugar, 2(5 bags of taio and 41 hides.
The Kilauea IIou will go to Kaluilui
tills trip in tho Interest of dipt, llobron,
but will lcturu on Wilder's & Co. ac
count. The schooner Jennie 1ms been hauled
over onto the mud flat, near the lemalns
of the Martini Hideout, to be broken up.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun S. S. Alameda will sail
Friday at noon.
Tin: steam roller
is at work on
Good cook wants situation,
at the Old Corner Restaurant.
Lucas steam whistle was thirty
seconds late at noon on Saturday.
Tin: trial of the Barratry case
came up this morning in the Supreme
Tin: .exceptions in the case of
Keanu the murderer will be argued
Fi:i:d your children poi made from
Taro Flour and they will be strong
and healthy. 775 3t.
ExciiAKCiK is high, but our prices
are low. Call and get prices at King
Bros. 773 at.
A riNi: selection of Ebony and
Oak Panels, round and oval Plaques,
Pantile, cct., at King Bros. 773 8t.
... . . -.
Tin: Majesty Queen Dowager
Emma will leave by the Kinau to
morrow for a trip on Hawaii.
Tin: net proceeds of the enter
tainment, Saturday evening, for the
benefit of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Fair, will be about S250.
Tin: Base Ball match between the
Honolulu's and the Married Men on
last Saturday, resulted iu a victory
for the former by a score of 2G to 0.
Tin: following is tho calendar for
the last week of the term of the Su
preme Court: Monday 28th Rex
vs. J. W. Cook, et al ; Tuesday 29th,
Bishop & Co. vs.Commissioners of
Crown Lands; Wednesday 30th,
Banco j Thursday 81st, Rex vs. Ah
Lin & Kai Lain.
03CAH Branch, who arrived by the
Alameda, brought with him from the
Coast, a very finely built racing boat,
similar to tho one used by Champion
Ilanlan for his exhibition. Ho stored
it in the boat house occupied by the
Ryan Bros, on tho Esplanade. Fri
day afternoon between half past four
and live o'clock, some willful mis
creant entered tho shop and poked a
stick through tho canvas and other
wise damaged it. '
Tin: mate of the Consuclo was out
in a sail boat yesterday afternoon
all alone, when a sudden gust of
wind upset his frail waft and prceip
elatcd him into .the water. IIci was
unable to swim, but held on to the
ovei turned boat until a native boy
in a small boat rowed out and k-h-cued
him. Tie is none the worse for
Tin: steamer Likeliko, in coming
into her beith last evening, ran foul
of the steamer Kinau's after still
born d quarter, breaking one of the
hurricane deck stanchions, bending
one of the davits and doing other
slight damage to the latter vessel.
The Likeliko carried away her own
poit cathead and a pmtion of her
port bow railing. It. seems the Like
like had too much headway and was
loo deeply laden to be backed as
was attempted ; hence the crash.
Tin: government English School
at Waialua, closed on Friday. The
examinations were witnessed by a
large number of parents and friends,
and were highly creditable to the
pupils and (he woithy principal Rev
A. Clark. During the year closed
the school suffered a great deal while
the piincipal paid a visit to England,
owing to an incompetent substitute.
However, under Mr. Clark's able
management it has rapidly picked up
and is now in .1 very satisfactory
condition. The closing exercises
were very interesting and gave great
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square, this evening, at 7.30. The
following is the programme :
Oveitute Frolicsome Students, (new).
Walt Laura Milloekcr
Cav.ithm Marco Vl'coiiti, (new)
Medley -Trip through ISuiopc.Conrndt
Selection Adelia Donizetti
Polka A Child of tho Time, (new) . . . .
Matuka A Phantom, (new)..Kubner
Vabina. Hawaii Ponoi.
Capt. W. II. Tell hauled in 93 tins
of opium last night. About eight
o'clock he took with him Sai Mow
a Chinese policeman, and started for
Smith's biidge. Hanging round
there, they were rewarded for their
patience at 11 :30 o'clock by arrest
ing a native, Kalua, with two bags
containing fort' and thirty tins of
opium. He came from a house just
mauka of the Chinese Theatre and
was taking the opium to dispose of
it to a Chinaman. Capt. Tell told
him he was under arrest for having
opium in his possession, and asked
him if he had any more. Ho in
formed the Captain where he would
find more. After taking him to the
Station. House, Capt. Toll got addi
tional help, and went to the house
Kalua directed him to, but found
the only occupant, a native named
Sam. Knlia, in bed. The Captain
told him what he had come after,
and after dressing Kulia took him
iuto the "ard, where, from a heap of
rubbish he pulled out a bag contain
ning 23 tins of opium. lie was at
once marched off to the Station
House. The two prisoners were
brought up this morning, pleading
guilt', and remanded for Judgment.
This is one of the biggest hauls that
the polico force has made for some
time, and reflects the greatest credit
on Capt. Toll.
A JEALOUS MUSICIAN.
Probably very few people who
attended the entertainment on Sa
turday evening, were aware of a
little scene which took place behind
tho curtain, not down on the pro
gramme. About five or ten minuted
before eight o'clock several of the
members of the Symphony Club
with Bandmaster Berger, were stan
ding in a group outside the dressing
rooms cracking jokes and tuning up
their flutes and fiddles. While so
doing, another miibican arrived on
the scene, whom we shall call Mr.
Solf Opinion. The new arrival took
off his ten dollar stove pipe hat,
and after depositing tho contents of
a flower garden in one of the dres
sing rooms made s t r a i ght for
o u r worthy Bandmaster w i t h
blood in his eye, denounced him as an
incompetent bandmaster, a bad man,
a Dutchman, and told him if lie did
not look out he would knock spots
out of him. And all this without
the least provocation,, and in tho
presence of a number of ladies. The
noise Mr. S. O. made, startled
several of Mrs. Jarloy's costly wax
works figures, and llinro is no wonder
that later on, Mr. J. and her assist
ant, Johnny, found sonic of the
machinery out of order. We have
always had strong reasons to think
that Mr. S. O. wants to be band
master, and to see Mr. Burger in
that position causes him to suffer
from a disease called "Jealousy".
Mr. Berger may not have blown his
horn in tho Courts of Europe, but
this wc know, he has take about
thirty raw kanaka boys and taught
them to blow their horns in the
Court of Hawaii to such a degree of
excellence, that their praises are
sounded iu nearly every part of the
globe. That is a band, that is a
band and doesn't need your ser
vices Mr. Self Opinion. Your extra
ordinary conduct to Mr. Berger de
mands an apology.
Business at the stock yards is
done on a mammoth scale, several
mammoth scales in fact. To bo sure
the mammoth is now extinct, but cat
tle, hogs and sheep of a mammoth
size are weighed in tho ballancc, all
the same. Stock Yards Sun
Ho that visits the sick in hopes of
a legacy, let him be never so friendly
in all other cases, I look upon him
in this to be no bettor than a raven,
that watches a weak sheep only to
pick out its 03'es. Seneca.
Those men who destroy a health
ful constitution of body by intem
perance and an irregular life do as
manifestly kill themselves as those
who hang, or poison, or drown them
Lent being over, hugging to music
will again be prevalent in polite
circles. The old-fashioned kind is
good enough for us. Merchant
We are surprised to learn that
Daniel Montague has the oldest piano
in the United States. We have alwaj'9
supposed the family next door owned
Railroad building is not as active
as usual just now. Only one rail
road a da' is being built in Dakota
this week. Siouz Falls Leader.
There cannol be a greater rude
ness than to interrupt another in the
current of his discourse. Locke.
Good manors are the small coin of
virtue. "Women of England.
True merit, like a river, the dee
per it is, the less noise it makes. '
An imported Hamblo.
tonian MARE for sale,
rising 5 yeais of ago;
quiet to ride or drive,
by a lady. Good size.
Price 250. Apply to
C. E. IIENSON,
773 !U Pftuoa Road.
Lease For S.alc.
AT KALIIII, 2 miles from town, 8J4
years to run, Ilomestead, Out
houses, iiv. House lot and garden, C
ucies 8 aeies good pastuie laud. Ren
tal, $250 a year, pnynblo quarterly. 125
grape vines on the premises in good
cultivated condition. 00 chickens and
2 pig", with lease to sell for 400.
J. E. WISEMAN,
772 lw General Business Agent.
For Sale or Lease,
t$ a A LARGE COMFORTABLE
SragllOUSE, eleven rooms, each
esLiiiiBah'iving convenient closets, pan
try, bath room, kitchen, poultry yard,
&c. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from Punahou College. Terms
easy. Apply to S. F. Graham, at S. M.
C.u tor &. Co's, 82 King st. 703 lm
Building" Lois For Sale.
'J&EP-Sfc u( ect ormoici frontage
&&Mn& on Bingham.'Dolo and Mctcalf
streets. Also, a deep jois, iui
feet frontage on Bcckwith St.,
with water rights : thickly
coveted with Aigaioba ooes. Terms
easy. Apply to b. F. Unilinm, atS. M'.
C.u ter & Co'b, 82 King St. 703 1 in
IMJllNISIIEI) ROOM TO LEI'.
JO ISo. fi3 Emma Street. 705 tf
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
Olllcc, Queen st. 15
Honuapo, Kcui, Hawaii.
IS NOW OPEN for Travelers, whuio
JL First class accomodation can he hud
at all Times. Tho climate ot Ilonuiipo
is recommended for invalids.
HOUSES AND GUIDES
Provided for tho Volcano.
CSTFor Terms, etc., Sec CARDS at
Hotels ami Streets.
J. W. SMITHIES,
573 ly Propiietor.
OOVl'.llNOH'S Oftiok, Hono- )
i.ui.u, Sept. 21, 188::. f
NOTICE Is hereby given that no debts
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian bund will be recognized orjpald
unless 01 dered by tho undersigned.
Jno. 0. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu.
HAS JUST RECKIYLf) WM
A Large Slew Stock
Laiies', M It Cftl'ci'8
OF EVEltY DECltlPl'lON
IU BE fULD
nnn n a rr
im foht sTnri-jr.
Just Received per Alameda.
Boxos Frqsh Plums,
Boxo3 Frcoli Pear3,
Boxes Freoh Apples,
Boxos Fresh Onions,
Whittakor Star Hams,
And a large assortment of California
Produco, For Sale by
To Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rpiIE undersigned intends leaving by
JL the steamer of the 1st of August,
for a short tup to the Coast. All who de
sire to Head ordcis for aiticles or mcr
chaiMise ot any description, or to trans
act business of nay natuic there, I will
attend to the same.
Apply or address
J. U. WISEMAN,
Genoial Ibi'Inc's Agent,
Campbell's Ulock, 23 Meichnnt btrcct.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
F10111 and after July loth, all par.
ties .u are in arreais for more
than two months telephone icntnl
will be liable to have their cornice,
tion with the Central Ofllcccut oh".
X. B. All iental are duethis
Company as per agt cement, quaiter.
ly in advance.
J. F. BKOWN,
701 2w Sec. II. B. T. Co.
(Succossor lo C. P. Ward.)
All older for cartage promptly at.
tended to, at tho lowest rates. Al.so for
White mul Black Hainl
n quantities to ult, at lowest prices.
17011 GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
X1 to MRS. TURNER. bSKlnpStieet,
neatly opposite tho Windsor Restaurant,
0'JO ly l
A TjVIN II. RASEMANN
PAPER-RULEK and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gn.elte Building - . Merchant stictt
(TAUAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, In any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bags,
FOR SALE BY
rpo LET, at tho now Building Xo- 38
X Alakea Street, ueuily opposito tho
Y, M. C- A. Uuildlng. Apply on tho
piomisos. 735 "Jin
udw m urn
VIA w i to fwi PS w
63 Fori Wired, (J;imibellVi Block.)
Low Prices Rfflusf Rule I '
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Beit Quality ONLY $1 7G
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY 1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
.1 rs-r ix kc hiv lojd
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, ?. collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Ueut'fi Unlnundercd White Shin, No. 1 quality, at ijsl U"; oiVJ12 per doz.
tWikrvni Btitrahis ! (ni'Ciit H5:ir;mni ! Wveai Slai'xaiiib Jt3H
A largo u-toilinent ot
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50' Cents.
Auived by the last btcamur one of the Largest Invoices of
-Sr G-BNT'S I-XOSIEMfST -S
EvciS'inipoited into tin? Kingdom.
f Cft .In . ,... I t ....it.. U1..1.... Li...1.!.. y - it
aov uusuM uL-iiis niuiur oiucKiugs iuiuutimig nuw; semnicss turn punrcl ysp
Gent's Super Stout British Hose, so unless
Gent's Cardinal Hc-c, silk clocked
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS,
c . i """ ---.
Just RecBiVBtl New Styles of Mi Dress Units ;i
A Lirgo AsFOrtmeiit of
&eiitrs i5oots and. fe51ises,
Lale-5lStyle and Lowest Puces.
DILLINGHAM & Go.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., lite, E.c.
Fence Wireuml Staples, jverosono Oil a specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
Mouse Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
iritnun pw i
Selling at Cost
To make room for n
New Goods to
From London, Xow Yoik,
All stock on hand during the noxt
Piaraos, iaras, Accordeon
AND ALL KINDS
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety or Fancy Goods.
725 lm DLiYCLAuIV Ac Co.
Just Iteceived ex S S Maiiposn,
Cases California Mushiooms, Whiltaker Stair Hams, Libby'f Pig's Feet Libby's
Cooked Hams, Steei'a Family Chcc-c, Gicen Mountain Mavple Svriin
Salt iValer Cucumbers, Sou-ed Pig's Ftet
California Pickled Holl Umter.
Also a lull line ot bTAl'Jii; AJNJJ FANUY GUOPEIULS. llecker's Self Haisinc
IJuckwhent Flouer, Spei iy's Genessco Flour, Ilnard it Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, somctliing new. Try it. '
Island Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 210. ' P. O. Box 297. (702
A LarecB Assortment
- koii y.vr.i:
At tho Lowest Prices '
at A. S. Clecjhorn & Co's.
7S l 1m
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and LS TBmS&S3&3a& "l 1 -
All oidurs for Wheol.vchiclcs of every
(iiupaicu. i iriu-ciass jiecuanics umpiuyuu an me year round.
&ST FINE OAItltTiVGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -a
Xolhiug too hot or too heavy for m. TRAM: CARS, OMNlBUSSFS, PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULL & OX CARTS, made to ordor, altered or repaired. V
Our Horso Shoeing Department
lb under the supervision of a practical man it ineolnnic second to noce
have no use for boaking scalds or rot tulw. All work guaranteed.
SP01mrno? uiodciato. WHITMAN & WRIGHT.
108 ly .
ONLY $1 75'
-. i . . i..
------ .,, iui mu ita iittii t,
be-t.quality, at $1.00.
!? 1 per dozen 5
'Jo cts pair
C'.c . Oc, Etc.
nrrn." r ii fvmr.rrrTTy '' '"ipt1
for 30 Days I
Lnrjsc Stork of
mid Sm Francisco.
30 days will bo sold for oaoh,
OF MUSIC GOODS
KI'.NJrj)Y ft cc.)
87 1 69 Hotel St
A.VING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INT KH EST hi tho Aim of RTTNT
WO, Xo. 72, Kuuanu Street, to Alam,
Bald Alam assumes all liabilities and"
will rolled nil accounts
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 7(i0 lm
Wo3fe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Coiner King and Xuiiauu stieets.
Fresh Groceries and Provlsionniccelved .
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclophono 349.
LsS&nl Kin- st.
.5 K')ZY lx .!
lAcy. ,-atTvoJ. a -i.- . o
& WRIGHT, ,-
doscilptlon tilled villi promptness unu ,
70. 77 and 81 KIiir Street. U
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