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SATURDAY, Al'GUST ii, Ic8l
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noiiii of to-da,. Aug. '.
Moon SeK..;.i ,....-.
High Tide (liitjj'O
High Tide (oniiill)
W1NII .NI u i:tiiiiii
llocoril linm noun if jpti-iilaj.
Athc.il.uvl. llii'iimiinclci llitln,
4H I IHi I Uh '.Hi I till I IMi'lllii isli
I iJ.Vi I J'U'S iW.Ul M J 77 C 77 I) w
Wliul, V.. X. i:.,fi(1i;sLj, gvcu'iit; Sen,
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
Stuir Lchtta for Molokai & Maui
Stmr Kilatica Hon for Knhului
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Sehr.Khukai for Waialua
Schr Wnichu for Koolau
Sclir Kekauluohi for llonaloi
Solir Kawailani for Koolau
For Alanine:., Lnhninn, Kona, and
Kau, per l'lantci', Aujr 1 Miss.
Marry Rabcock, David Morton,
S. L. Kckjnnano, W. M. Kino, Mas
ter Jnnics Ilenty and Thomas Cooko,
Misses, Lily, Nellie and Eernice
Cooke, Misa KKealoha and about 70
For Kilauea, Kapaa. llanalei, via
Gainnae, per James Makeo, Ann 1
Miss Emma Ilartficld, Rev J.""E.
Ilanaiko, Mr. Katipena, Mrs. C. K.
Hopkins and child, Moses Mahclona
and daughter, Mrs. D. Kellcl, Mrs.
Frctlungbtirg, Miss Limta Fredung
burp, II. II. Macfnrlanu and wife,
Fred II. Macfarlanc, Miss Alice G.
Levi, and about 10 deck.
MAdami: Cora's first entertainment
will bo given Tuesday evening. The
lm (illlce ( pens at SI. o'clock Mon
day ninininp at Wiseman's olllee.
Ix removing the Mniine Railway
ttuck, the holes iiu'dc by tliesleerien
have not yet been (Hied up, making
it very dangerous atdiffeient places,
especially so at the corner of Alapr.i
and Kitm slieol.
LOCAL & GEIIEHAL NEWS.
Wn.t)i:i:s steamer shed is receiving
a coat of paint.
Ox Monday evening last while the
Sier tner Lrimn wn between D'rmond
Herd ni'il (Joe Head, a sailor fell
overboard. A boat was immediately
lowctcd tnid tlic man picked up none
the worse for his ducking.
Tin: Kdiio" of the Organ makes
some facetious icmail:s about our re
port of .the man who ni fly bitten.
Never mind Daniel, you need not
.fear that your feet will be fly blown
so long as you wear these Chinese
At it mce.ing of the stockholder
of the Tiihulul Railroad G . Limit
ed, b?lil yesterday, the following
olllee:'- were e'ected for one year;
President S. G. Wilder; Treasurer,
W. C. Wilder; Secretary, S. B.
mice. Thotc win quite rt large num
ber of speOVtors present to hear tho
The funeral of cx-pr'iccman II,
Kenamuu, who died yesterday, took
plrce at 2. o'clock and was lrrgcly
attended. The roccosi n was hea
ded by tse Royrl Ilawriian L'and,
then etunu Chi Engine Co. No. I,
squad of Police, the hecue, and the
genera' pi'j'ic. The e wcic forty
"ove i ca i;ges in line.
Kuaxo. the muidcrer will be hung
Tuesday October 2G'.h.
o ' ' '
Tun P. M. S.S. Austirlin maybe
looked for at noon to-mor.ow.
Cait Tripp commenced his duties
yesterday a3 jailer of ( aim IVison.
Tin: notice force iccciva.l llieir
pay this moining for the month of
July. ' Y
The Legislature Assembly nd
jjurned r.t -n-n until 10 o'clock
The Synod of tho Anglican Church
in Hr.waii will meet next Satuiday
August 91h, in this city.
The Kcv. II. W. R'ce will preach
atFoit Stjeet Chuvch to-inorrow
morning and evening.
The Tvcv. Dr. C. M. Hyde will
preach at the Bethel on Sunday
A fixe selection of Ebony and Oak
Panels, round and oval Plaques, at
King Bros. " 778 8t
Exchange is high, Imi our prices
arc low. Call and get prices at King
an '. .
Bros., King sticct.
The Mission Children's' Society
mcet3 tills evening at the residence
of Mr. P. C Jones. Jr. Nuuanu
- tr -
The Sir. Lchua, experienced very
rough wcathe- on her last trip, and
could not effect a lc.idhg at Ki;w
hulu. The Amr.tcur Musical Society met
lust evening, and had a goo'l prac-'
tioc. It will n t meet again until
The schooner General Seigle lias
been tho oughly renovated and will
sail on Wednesday for Jaluit, wai
ting there for the Kalu.ia.
Remember Lyons and Levey sell
dry godds at Good Kim's Nuuanu
Street store this evening beginning
at 7 o'clock.
Am. physicians agree that Poi is a
most wholesome food. Every family
should keep u bag of Taro Flour on
-hand and make their own Poi.
Mr. E. P. Adams sold this morn
ing, the Elite Ico Cream Parlors for
2200 to Mr Mc Chc.uoy ; also the
Blue 'House on Nuuanu Stiectfor
8500 to Mr Frank Golivar. Tho Astor
II6uso will bo bold next Wednesday.
II. R. II. Princess LUiuokahuil
selected yesteiday, at Lycan & Co's
m Music store, a beautiful now and
largo ree'l organ for uso at tho Wa
iklki church. It will bo removed to
its (Tfatinatiou slioitly, and a formal
opening take place. .
On tlic opening of the Supreme
Coi'vl 1'iis mov ing after the Justices
had takc.i their seats, the prisoner
Kcanu, found gi'ilty of ."Iurder, wrs
brounli' into Court to receive sen
tence. The prisoner arrived from
the ja'l in chaige of Capt. Tripp,
rnd was coudue'ed in'.o Court by
Deputy Marsha! Dr.yton who stood
beside hin1. On being asked if he
had any!.1 '23 to say why sentence
shoi'ld not be pronounced upon him,
he rob'edhcwcsnotguilty. Marshal
Parko then said : Tho audience will
pler.ta rise and remain silent while
the Court proceeds to 'jronot'iice the
awfi'l sentence of death upon tho
prisoner. A'lcr the Court and
audience had men, Chief Justice
Judd cr.id :
Kcanu, You have been convicted
by a Jury of ycur countrymen of
the cr'me of murder. You were
defended by able counsel of your
own selection, and every effort lias
been made by them on your behalf ;
but the iwcots of your guilt arc so
convinc'jg thrt the Court in ad
minisle i.ig the law, caa Ibid no just
reasoa for grrnliiig you a new trial.
It is indicated by the evidence that
you plrnned to ..ke the life of the
murdered Japanese in order that
you might have his wife ; and rodo
on thrt fatal morning by an unfre
quented rord to where you met your
vic'.hn and wuh "alohr" on your
1! m. von srjnlc him down with
crvrgo strength and with repeated
'jlows, tok liis life and left his body
oa the highway. The only oilier
living witness of your crime has
dctr'led 'nutely crch step in this
torri'jlc c-'mc. The m1 rdercd iran
was yout1 lend. T.icre is no evi
dence JP.t he hrd i.ijincd yo 1 in
any wr.y, and no fads rrc known to
the Court whlsli .culd terd :o ex
tcmirle your M. Tho L w of
the Land do - ills your life rs the
'pcnrltycf v'.:is crime. Let me en
treat you to spend wnrt ic.r.iuns 01
your life u::ca crrtli ..ltscekmg by
true repentance thc.t prrdon and
forgiveness which God alone can
Prison at the Bar, listen to the
scnlenco of tho law against you. The
sentence of tho Courtis, that you,
Kcanu, be taken hence to the place
of your confinement in tho piison of
Oahu, thc.e to lemain until the last
Tuesday in the month of October
next ensuing, and that on that day,
between the homo of eight o'clock
in the morning and twelve o'clock at
noon, you be hung by tho neck
within tho walls of the aforemen
tioned prison, until you ate dead.
And may God have Mercy on Your
Tho prison looked a tiillopale, but
seemed somewhat indifferent to what
was goiug on. Ho kept hia eye's
fixed on the ground, but slightly
laised the head when tho Chief
Jithtico entrcntct him to seek iejcnt-
LATE FOFIEICN NEWS.
r.Ksci 1; or t.ir.ur. uitu.M.
')ur thnuk.'i mo due to the Hon. j
S. U. Wilder for n paper of July
18th received from San Francisco
ia Kahului, from which wc clip the
following items: Tho Grcclyiclicf
ships Thetis and Bear arrived at St.
Johns N. V., July 17th, having on
boaul Lieut. Grccly and Ave of his
companions, tho sole survivors of tlic
expedition sent out by tho United
States Government to establish n
Signal Service station at Lady Frank
lin bay, within tho Attic circle.
They worn discovered and rescued
by Commander Schley neor Cape
Sabine, in Smith'H s und on June
22.nl. Seventeen members of the
Giccly patty hod died of starvation
and one perished at Godhavon after
tho amputation of his frost-bitten
limbs. The survivors wero greatly
exhausted when found and could
ltr.ve lived but a few da3s longer
without food. Twelve of tlic bodies
of the victims wore recovered and
arc now at St. Johns; the others
wcic buried on tho shores of the icy
cca. The expedition is reported to
havo bean successful from a scienti
fic point of view. The survivors
numbered noven in all, their names
being Lieut. Grccly, Sergeant Brain
aid, Sergeant Fredericks, Sergeant
Long, Sergeant Elison, Hospital
Steward Bicdcibiek and Private,
Council. Mrs. Grccly wife of Lieut,
""rccly, who lesitfes at San Diego
wrs overjoyed when she heard the
p,ood news of her husband's iccovcry.
Lieut. Grccly and party left St. Johns
N. F. in tho Steamship Proteus on
the 7th day of July, 1881.
The Hague, July 17. The funeral
ol the Prince of Orange took place
to-day with great pomp.
Pittsburg, July 17. The liorso
Westmont paced a mile in 2 :02
London, July 17. A plot to kill
Emperor William and Bismarck by
blowing up the statue of Gcrmania
on the Niedewald is confirmed.
Paris, July 17. The Gazette do
'YtfHcesr.ys: Admiral Cottbet ha.
cccn instructci 10 louow up uie
naval demonstration with tlic bom
bardment of Shanghai. The Temps
prints tlic report that a largo French
squadron has been seen making for
has ji-t iu:ut:i i:n rat
TEMPLE m FiSHlOK,
U;i Fort Sh'ccf, (Caiuiihcirs BIoclc.)
A Lapfffi felfivv &(&
tjObik.. ' ,4i
Or EVERY DESORII'TIOX.
CHEAP M CASH.
lit FORT STREET.
Vo Merchants, ' Storekeepers,
ami ftcsiricnis of Honolulu.
riAHE um'crlgnctl Intends lcnviujj by
X t.iu ttscr.it r ol' the 1st of August,
ftira s- loit t.iy to the Cnal. All who do
slio ! scat1, crdeis for mtlcliM or mct
rliniuli e of cny rioirrlnlion, or to trans
ret 'ot'stnes-i of any natiu'u there, I will
til tend tot'iu binnc."
Apply )' address
.I.E. WISEMAN, '
Oui.eml lbi'ini's Aijcnt,
" CunijliPtiMSltckfdSMi'icliuit Htiic:.
MO J'.OV'.S ULN'EN SUITS, Host Quality ONLY $1 70
1150 110 Y'S LINJ'.N SUITS, Rest (Juallty ONLY 1 75
3,70 UdY'S LINEX" 'SUITS, Rrm Qunllty '. ONLY $1 70
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, 'at $1.
Ocnt's Unlnundcitd Wlu; Slibt.s, No. 1 (nudity, nt xl.'i'i; ur$lS per doz.
iSTWicat lttu'aiiiH ! Civout Jtai'stiitm ! f.rout I(ar;ains !"
A Urge nstortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all coIoih, only GO Cents;
Arrived by the lost fctcnniir nc of tlio Largest Inoles of
-3 CSOEIVT'S IDLOSrEDEtTT 2I
Evcijimportcd Into tint Ivingdoin.
lfcO doren Gent's Slater Stockings (fomctliln;; iict pc.'iink'ss mid perfect
lltting, threr-nly liecli nt 23 cts pair
GcntM Supir Stout llritlsli Rose, f oituli'Si $4 per dozen
Gcnt't Cardlnnl Hose, Bilk clocked 30 ctR pair
Hoy' PERCALE SHIRTS, lie-qtiallO-, -it $1.00.
Just BotM Hei Styles of Beit's Dress 'Sails
4 A Large Assortment of
LatfitlSt.'ks mill Lowest 1'iiees.
DILLINGHAM & Go.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
A. T. Raker vs. W. II. Achi,con
tinucd f om the 23, inst., inoumsit
"oj S8..j0. Judgement for, plaintiff.
A peal noted to tlic Supreme Court
II. S.jTregloan vs. J. Al. Kekipy,
continued from the 17. inst., con
tinued by consent until the 7. prox.
"Wi'itman and Wright vs. Marcus
Calburn r"sumpsit for 843.15 Sett
led out of Court.
A Crocu Girenco for alive Man
ON rf -iiuit oC'ickno, I wnnt to soil'
c.-t my HAGGAUE EXPRCSS,
rl?w WoiM IT:u"tiess,
Three CJ)1 IIorhCH
I nm do'1113 11 good lmsiiiess, but lmo to
cac the Country on neuoiint of my
lie.iltli: None but c.isli Imycis nfced ap
ply. For further pnrliculms call on C.
Hammer, corner King mid Fort Hf.
771 lm V P. SMITH.
(Duccc:sor o C. P. Ward.)
AH o.Cfi.i for railage promptly at.
tended to, utt.ie lowest iate. Also for
White anil lllai'k Kami
In quantities to Etiit, at low on prices.
5,091 Pl0V'3, &S
Ftinco Wire and Staples, Kerosene OH a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Tiu-nencine,
lionso FurniHhing Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
mjmrMt 1 ni'm rr
R. Friinkl'n and J. Welewelo were
"ned 8C eacli for drunkenness.
Maria, remanded from the 28 inst.
found gtii'ly cf Irrcciy in tho third
degree, and cciienccd t6 inontlis
inipri-crment r.t,hard labor, and to
pjy ft fine of fj'JO. Appeal noted.
J. K.'-':-.r.-i, remanded from
t"2 2C:- . IziiZ Suilty oi 'f'ceny
i.i tio tih'd clOj 20 nil sentenced to
oi' Ii r.o--'.:o i -i .Ionmcnt r.-hard
Ir.bo , ml -o pay a fine cf Slo.
i p-j'l noted to tiio bupremc
I. cjav.e, impcring ofiium into
1 . khrjc.om, curing tho !r.st uvc
tryc, was rc.uanded until '.iie fi-Lt
l'ckpi, chr e, having rpium in
o'sessio.i, doling the 1' five days,
tt it, one tin was lovni'ed until
..le fi.'st pirx.
Kamalau, charged having, opium
in possession, drring tho last five
di-yi, to wit vwfrf tins was, remanded
rikil tiic first pr.i.
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii.
IS NOW OPEN for Travelers, where
I'l clti-s ucconioiliitioii can be luul
p.n'1 TlnieiJ Tliu cllimitu of Honuapo
is i'2lo..ii 'ended for Invalids.
no::7 -s AXD guides
Provided for lUo Volcano.
tSTFor Torm, etc., Sao CiVRDS f.t
irnlntt unci Streets.
J. W. SMITHIES,
57tt ly ' Proprietor.
A Ii VITTir. E VSEMANN
rAT'LR-EUuHR rnd I1LAXK-HOOK
Hook Rliullng'ot nil llpcrlpiIon neatly
anil f roirptlv iNPcutcd.
OizuttelUiildii"? .Mtivlmiit Mrcd
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To uiukc room for a Bjii'o Stork or
New Goods to Am ve Soon
From London, New York, nml San Pm;icico.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will b'o sold for oash,
consisting nt part of
Pianos, Organs, Accot'deons, Guitars,
4VND ALL IdNDS OF MUJTO GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tallies, s
Chairs, Lonngou, Paint inj, Engravings, Chrouios,
Anil a Large Vn.lely of Fiiney Goods.
725 lm XSYGAJS Sc Co.
G U VVA WGOR CHARCOAL, in any
IT qunntity, fiom 1 to 100 bug,
FOR SALE RY
, fc Queen (facet.
EWIS & CO..
KHNNKDV ft CC.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
(HtrCCESSOI'.S TO KHNNKDV ft CC.)
Jus t Received ex S S Jtarlpo'a,
Cases California Mushrooms, Whittnker Stnrr llains, Ltbby'f Plg' Feet, Ltbby'j
Cooked Ranis. Steoi's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mayplo Syrup,
salt Writer Cucumliers, Sou-ed Pig's 1'cot,
, Callfornln Pickled Roll lluttor. ' .
Also a full lino of BTAVLB AND FANCY GRO( T.Rir.S. Hccker' Self Ralslne
Iluckwlicat Floucr, Spcrry's Gcucsco Mour, Ilnznnt & Co's Indian Flour,
new. Try 11.
I IU1U Wl M4Vill J.J A1.4V1A-0 I U1IVI Vljkl
ivlicat Floucr, Spcrry's Gcucsco Flou
Pettyjohns Gem, something
Island Oidcrs solicited.
Telephone No. 210.
P. O. Rox 207. (702
. For. Sale kor Lease,
I . ....... nnifiinnininl.Li
A Ii4l(lil4 UU.ill'UUirtuum
sM'.A A IiAHUJJ UU.11M
AiS?4Si"iOUSR,' eleven ro
ra&kL-Lm'' vJng''onvenleiit el
A SMALL unfurnislicd Cott.ii'e, in
the ccntro of town. Miltalilu. for a
young num. 4uurcts "uoiimhc iiuic
A SUIT OF FRONT KOWis, nioeiy
furnished. Apply t No. 8 Kilkul
Mrccl. TWtf ,
B11EAK FOR SALE.
TN GOOD ORDKR NRARLY-NRW,
JL WITH side bar tutaultini'iit for
driving two hows lci'thor dnshlioaid,
cushioned peat?, l.uy l)lS!ji $v.Nm,cu
i8S. Enquire W.W.DIMOND,
at .1. T. Watkiiuoush King bt. btore.
trv, ".it 1 100.11. isUclicn, poultry yarn,
&b AV f'-.lald on. Pour niinuKs
wrlk fc. ' ..iiPhou Colleotc. ivrint
ciwy. AinvtoS. . Urulium, Jit S. M.
C.i'K-.'-ti.'Ci), 82 K lg bt. 708 lm
A Imo Awiint
- von nix
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clegliorn & Co's.
HAVING SOLD THIS D4VY MY
ISTICllEST In the Arm of SUN
WO, No. 72, Niutnuii Street, to Alum,
t-.ihl Mam iit-imcn all liabilities and
will collect all .iPCiiuntH.
II0110I11I11, July 10, 1884. 700 lm
Woife & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King .'nd Nuiuuiu streets.
Piesh Grocoriu-mid Provision received
by eveiy Steamer.
P. 0. Cox 130. Tolophono 349.
Luiltl'iiS I.oiH For, Sale..
or mote,, frontage
iW'IK8 ningiimiirDolo nnd Jietcun
S&fiBSi Streets. A)so, !! dcop loto.'lO
It fejt fronttico on Beckwlth Kt
wl'.U" water llirlils : thickly
cpvoved wl li.Alcaioba Uccs. Terms
(av. Apply to 5. F. Graham, at S. M .
O liter & Co's. ,63 King St. . 7(18 lm
I ?OH, GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
j tolKSf 'i'OHNEIl. &2KII1S Street,
near'voppodto the Windsor Rastaiirntft,
r) " toiy u,
.. Fiivivishod Rooms. .
a'-0 LET.nttiio'pcwEuililiiig No'v
.- Alakta Ktroot, nenlly opiio,lto tho
Y.M. C- A.' Uuihllug. Apply on tho
premises, . "5 8111
. . - - M?'
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 lUMl IS
Kins St. .
cvt, vn rrr nml K1
'zyjz&s. " ' """ "
7 .XT' tJ.
i&AyJ King St.
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(r-.ii to ?r. .r. i:o.2.i
... .,.. 1..... iiri..,i ..r.i,i,.i,.o nr nvo-v iin e.rlnMon ll!'''d villi nromptn
ah iMf " v T rriS Ueehrnlr. on. j'oyl p" fan yart round.
v- i?iwtc OA.RKIAOB WOIIK A SPECIALTY.
... ... ,. fn- , tram cAra. oMNinusr.s. r
Tioft WAOONrMULlS & OX CARTS, made to o , c ', plto-fd or repal
esa am it
Om- Homo Shoeing Dona. Anient
i ..,,,1,.,. 1., 1. Minervl-loii of a nrartienl hum a mcch- 11I0 teennd to nor.c
i..... .... .. ... iv.r .in.il:lnir i.ealda or.rot tubs. All 1'oik uiuivniitL'ed.
403 ly t
'.....( f. t.riiinTim
W1U1J1AA CO H1UU111, A.
T. 70, 77 and 81 Kluj:. Street.
mfs W . . Sf..