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TUESDAY, .ILLY -J!). IH&M.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All (line from noon of to-day, July 28
SuiiSeU C 10.
Sun RUes 17 32.
Moon Sots 10 59.
High Tide (small) 9 00.
High Tide (large) 21 00.
WIND AND WIMTIIKU
Kccoiil hom noon of yesterday!
ALHi'iiY'ivt'l. 'nioinioiiieler Itiiln.
I tli ' I Ul'i l' Silt II Jlt I iih I 181i II to lRh
I I.!H I SO.IU I 30.M II "SO I 7IJS I 7o 3 I 0.17
Wind, N.K., fivsli; SKy, clearing; Sun,
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lnlmin
Schr Mnnuoktiwai from Ilunjunnulu
Schr Mana from Patikun
Stmr Planter from Windward ports
Stmr Kinnti for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr C It Bishop for Ilamakim
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Schr Mana for Ilonomu
Schr Ilaleakala for Pepcekco
For S. F. per D C Murray, July
29 W Wittinglon wife & (i children,
Mrs Boxley & child, E Hare, S A
Scvenson, J Olscn, Mrs GMVZeigler
The hark Hope, arrived yesterday 28
days from PortTowncnl. She brought
582519 feet of lumber, and 5000 laths to
hewers & Cooke.
Stmr Ukelike brought (5000 bags of
Schr Mana brougbtllOO bags of sugar.
The D C Murray sailed for S. P. this
p. m., with 47117 bags of sugar and 500
bags of rice. Valued at $27850.
The American ship Republic from
Taeoina enroute to Melbourne k off
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A suite of front rooms to let.
Thc Honolulu Rifles will meet for
drill this evening.
Good cook wants situation. Call
at the Old Corner Restaurant.
Feed your children poi made from
Taro Flour and thoy will be strong
and healthy. 775 St.
A large number of passengers are
expected to leave by the S. S. Ala
meda on Friday.
Tun vacation term of Iolani Col
lege, will extend until Monday, Sep
Juugi: Bickerton's matinee at the
Police Court this morning lasted
three hours and a half.
Tin. band concert announced for
this evening at the hotel grounds, is
postponed until Thursday evening.
' .o- .
A NKAiti.Y new break with side bar
attachment for driving two horses, is
offered for sale. See advertisement.
A coiiiT.TEKT shorthand writer is
desirous of reporting evidence at
law-courts, etc., and giving lessons.
Those culvert holes on Fort
Street have not yet been attended to
Mr. Road supervisor. Probably after
some one has been killed they will be
The second trial of the Barratry
case was continued this morning.
At 12 o'clock the case was given to
the jury and they are still out as we
go to press.
Thuee natives were brought up at the
Police Court this morning for being
implicated in the opium case
mentioned yesterday. They were
remanded until Friday.
We had a pleasant call yesterday
from Mr. Townsend, Government
school teacher atLihuo, Kauai. This
gentleman will leave on the S.S.
Alameda for his homo in Iowa and
has our best wishes for a pleasant
The practice of driving quickly
round the street corners should bo
stopped. Yesterday afternoon an
express driver came within u hair's
breadth of running into a milk team
at tho corner of Fort and Merchant
The Ladies' Strangers' Friend
Society', will hold their annual meet
ing on Thursday, July 31st, at 4
o'clock, nt the residence of Mr. B.
F. Dillingham. It is desirable that
all members of the society attend
without further invitation. 770 21
A oun.vr deal of credit must be
given to the Chinese policeman,
Sai Mow, as it was principally
through his efforts that the seizure
of opium was made. It came from
the Alameda, and police are now
looking for those who brought it into
the country. It is traced to some
of the oilers on board the steamer
who arc probably stowed away.
To-morrow will be a busy day
with Mr. E. P. Adams, the auc
tioneer, as that magic hammer will
have to be wielded at two different
sales. At 11 o'clock, on Brewer's
wharf, cases of galvanized iron
and bundles of iron wire, will
be sold by order of Lloyd's Sur
veyors. The last sale will take
place at 12 o'clock noon, on the
premises of D. M. Crowley & Co.,
upholsters, etc.,' King street, by
order of the Deputy Marshal.
The literary, musical and athletic
exercises which conclude the school
year of the above institution, were
held yesterday afternoon, and as
usual, drew out a large attendance
of parents and friends. Tho interior
of the school room was made at
tractive with Hags, ferns and flowers,
and the bright and interested faces
of the pupils entranced the cheerful
ness of the scene. Amongst those
present were, Ilis Majesty the King
attended by Col. C. II. Judd, Her
Majesty Queen Emma, II. R. II.
Princess Likclike, the French Com
missioner and Madame Feer, British
Vice Consul and Mrs. Davies, the
Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd, Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh and wife, Rev.
Geo. "Wallace and wife, Mrs. T. II.
Walker, Mrs. T. May, Capt. Mist,
Mr. Chas. Furneaux, etc. The order
of exercises opened with a prologue
by W. Wright. Then followed
recitations, dialogues and songs, all
of which were excellently rendered
and gave satisfaction to all present.
Miss Von Holt presided at the piano.
Next in order was the distribution of
prizes. The school has 5G pupils,
mostly boarders. Rt. Rev. Bishop
Willis is principal, Rev. W. A. Swan,
head master; A. Smith, assistant,
and David Morton teacher of primary
department. According to the head
masters report the examinations
have occupied about ten days, those
in the first and second class being
written, and in the other divisions of
the school, by word of mouth. Great
improvement on the result of last
year has been shown, careful study
and thought being marked in almost
every paper, and the teachers are
thoroughly satisfied (in some cases
"asto'nishably so) with the result. Mr.
Chas. Furneaux examined the draw
ings and maps, and from his
report and remarks, we find that
great advance has been made, and
the work done is really superior to
anything shown in the schools of
Honolulu. A map of Scotland by
Thos. Cook demands special men
tion. His Majesty the King presentd
tho prizes as follows;
Good Conduct. II. E. Cook.
Theology. E. Styles & II. Anahu.
General Knowledge. G. Harris
and W. Wright.
Mathematics & Bookkeeping.
E. Styles and D. Notley.
Drawing. II. Anahu & E. Styles.
Map Drawing. Thos. Cook and
Theology, Kim Cha ; General
Knowledge, Harrv Cooper and W.
Harris ; Mathematics and Drawing,
H. Liloa; Improvement, C. Swinton.
TlIIIlD AND FOUHTH CLASSES.
Good Conduct and Scripture.
S. Mahelona; Arithmetic, G. Kia
and J- Lemon ; General Knowledge,
A. Clarke and G. Cooper.
Scripture, J. Anahu and G. Clarke ;
Arithmetic, W. Wahinenui; General
Knowledge. G. Clarke and J. Anahu.
Tho school is in a very flourishing
condition, and the interest manifested
by the pupils and the proficiency
displayed in their studies affords
the best evidence of tho efllciency
of the instruction imparted. After
singing Hawaii Ponoi tho audience
adjourned to witness military drill.
About forty of tho boys foil into rank,
neatly dressed in whito, and using
Winchester rifles kindly loaned by
the King. This drill was one of the
most interesting features of tho day
and elicited many complimentary re
marks. The efllciency shown in tho
evolutions was a complete surprise,
and reflects great credit on the drill
instructor, Mr. A. C. Jenkins. His
Majesty the King was very much
pleased at the result. II. E. and
J. Cook were awarded n silver
medal each for proficiency in drill.
The. exercises were concluded with
the usual athletic sports resulting
as follows :
Half mile race, E. Styles 1 , A.
Tripp, 2 ; won easily. Ten started.
High jump, (boys over 14), D.
Notley, 4 feet.
High jump (boys under 14), J.
Swinton, 3 feet, G inches.
220 yards race (over 14), D.
Notley, 1 i II. Mckia, 2 ; won by 10
yards. Seven started.
220 yards race (under 14), J.
Stephen, 1 ; E. Nahono, 2 ; won by
eight yards. Nino started.
Three legged race, won by Kim
Cha and Mekia. Eight couples
Long jump. D. Notley, 1G feet,
l inch. Five others competed.
220 yards race (boys under 10),
F. Pryce, 1 ; J. Anahu, 2 ; won
casil'. Five started.
The prizes which consisted of a
silver cup and various useful arti
cles were then distributed by Her
Majesty Queen Emma.
LIHUE UNION SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of this school
took place on Thursday and Friday
of last Week, Thursday being given
to the English, and Friday to the
Hawaiian departments. The cxer-'
cises all took place in the principal's
room, which by its cleanly appear
ance and tasteful decorations of
ferns and flowers showed that some
attention is given to other matters
than books. The first session of
Thursday was given to a display
of methods of teaching the English
language. Each of the five grades
was called upon, so that visitors
had an opportunity to judge some
what of the entire plan of teaching
tho branch which occupies most of
the time and attention in all of the
primary of this Kingdom.
The recess Avas given to a dis
play of the work done in tho girls'
sewing class. This consisted of work
done for practice on scraps and
work done for pay as well as some
work which the girls had done for
themselves. The improvement shown
by some of the girls was simply
wonderful. One native girl about
twelve years old wore a neat calico
dress which she had cut out and
made up entirely by herself, and that
without the help of a sewing machine.
This sewing class, which has been
in operation about a month seems
to be adding greatly to tho popula
rity of the school.
The next session was devoted to
declamation and singing, which lat
ter branch is becoming quite a pro
minent feature of the school. Tho
children appeared to very good ad
vantage both as to appearance and
as to excellence of execution
of their parts. The examinati6n
of the Hawaiian department occu
pied all day Friday. This showed
that the work done during the year
was quite creditable.
The growing popularity of the
school is likely to demand the atten
tion of the Board of Education at an
early date. Notwithstanding the
fact that the teaching force has been
increased during the year, the
teachers still have too many pupils.
At present four teachers are required
to teach about one hundred and
sixty children of no less than six
nationalities, besides various half
castes. FOR SALE,
An imnorted Ilanible
tonbin MARE for sale,
rising 5 years of age;
quiet to rido or drive
bv a lady. Good size.
O. E. HENSON,
Lease For Sale.
AT KALIHI, 2 miles from town, 8
years to run, Homestead, Out
houses, &c. House lot and garden, C
acre, 8 acres good pasture land. Iteu
tal, -$250 a year, payable quarterly. 125
grape vines on the premises in good
cultivated condition. 00 chickens and
2 nig?, with lease to sell for $400.
J. E. WISEMAN,
772 lw General Business Agent,
For Sale or Lease,
h.a A LARGE COMFORTABLE
ifaRHOUSE, eleven rooms, each
awffiBgfahiiving convenient closets, pan
try, batli room, kitchen, poultry ynui,
etc. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from Punahou College. Terms
easy. A pply to S. F. Graham, nt S. M.
Cai ter & Co'g, 82 King st. 7118 lm
Building" Lots For Sale.
100 feet, ormoie. frontiise
on Blugham.'Dolo and Mctcnlf
! Streets, Also, 8 deep lots, 10j
feet frontage on Beckwlth St.,
with water rights : thickly
eovnrcd with Algaroba liecs. Terms
easy. Apply to b. F. Graham, at S. .M.
C irtur & Go's, 82 King St. 70S lm
JTUJRNISIIEn ROOM TO LET.
No. 53 Emma Street. 705 If
G. II. ROBERTSON,
fiMMimnn hnuf 4 nn in a
M XJlJ muu WV.OK m.w
UIllcc, Qucon st. 15
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
A Large Mew Stock
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. -TO
114 FORT STREET.
Just Received per Alameda.
Boxes Frosh Plums,
Boxos Frosh Pears,
Boxes Fresh Apples,
Boxos Frosh Onions,
Whitlakor Star Hams,
Paragon Baoon, .
And a largo assortment of California
Produce, For Sale by
To Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rpnE undersigned iutends 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 tiny 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 Block. 28 Merchant street.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July 15th, all par.
ties who arc in arrears for more
than two months telephone rental
will bo liablo to have their conncc
tion with the Central Ofllco cut oil'.
N. B. illl rentals are due gthla
Company.as per agreement, quarter,
ly in advance.
J. F. BROWN,
701 2w See. II. B. T. Co.
(Succossor lo C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage promptly at.
tended to, at tho lowest latcs. Also for
White mid HIncU Hand
In quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
170R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
: to MRS. TURN ER. 62 King Street,
nearly opnosito tlio Windsor Restaurant,
ALVJN II. KASEMANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building Merchant street
GUAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, In any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bags,
FOR SALE BY
704 Queen Street.
rpo LET, at tho new Building No 38
JL Alakea Stieet, nearly opposite tho
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on tho
premises. 725 3m
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
3 Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 7G
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 7G
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent 'a Unlaundered White Shirts, No. 1 quality, nt $1.25; or;$12 per doz.
SSTGrent Bni'Knlus ! Great Bargain I Great Bargains !
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hals, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest InTolces of
S9 OOEIVX" HOSIERY $
EveiBimnortcd into tlift Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
fitting, three-ply heels at 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British Ho3c, roamlcss $4 per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 25 cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, boquallty, at $1.00.
Just Beceivecl New Styles of Gent's Dress Sis
A Large Assortment of
8C5 Oeirfc's Uoots and. lioes, Sl
Latest JStyl es and Lowest, Prices.
DILLIITOHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., 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 n. Imvkv Stock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting m part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
A"ND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm XSTO-iIV Ac Co.
Just Received ex S S Mariposa,
Cases California Mushrooms, Whittnkcr Starr Hams, LI bby'f Pig's Feet Libby'a.
Cooked Hams, Steei's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mayphj Syrup
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soused Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Hecker's Self Raising
Buckwheat Floucr, Sporry's Genesseo Flour, Hnzard & Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, something new. Try it. '
Island Ordors solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 297. (702
A Larp Assortment
- von bam:
At tho Lowest Pricos
at A. S. Clegliorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 18
tff y If fir fijnrm aMnHa 3 x ? -Z-
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(Uato ai. .1. ItO13.)
All orders for Wheol.vchlcles of overy description filled with promptness una
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
S?" PINE CAKIUAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLA.NTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, inndo to order, altered or.repaired.
Our Horse Shooing Department
Ih under the supervision of a practical mnu a mechanic second to. none. We
havo no use for uonKtiig scaius or rot
Must Rule !
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
67 & 69
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST in tho firm of SUN
WO, No. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alam,
said Alam assumes all liabilities and
will collect all accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 700 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King nnd Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries nnd Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tolcphono 349.
75, 77 and 81
tuns, ah wor guiinuiiuww
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
75. 77 nnd 81 King Street.
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