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MONDAY AUG. 25, 1881.
tion. I fed thai tin; honor that you
nrc doing iuo is equally nn honor to
the people of North Koim, for t am
but t'Jivrying out their vislion. I am
but the Representative of that dis
trict, and I shall report to my dis
trict this kindly expression of feel
ing and endorsement of its views.
Wo have nJ reason to feel dis
couraged. If we had but two more
Representative!! and two more Nobles
wc should have been In the majority
at this session, and the aide of the
people and of right would havo
triumphal. You know gentlemen,
what dillletilties wc have labored
against ; how we were in the mino
rity and powerless to stop the extra
vagance which was forced upon the
country. What we must look for
ward to is the time when wc can
count 28 patriotic Representatives;
men who love their country and can
not bo bought j menwho will guard
the treasury and the interests of the
people as a sacred trust. Then, I
say, Hawaii will be safe. Prior to
tho last election tho famous mil
'lionairc King of Ivamaomao (Sprec
klcs) said to mo: "Pilipo, you arc
like a man who is swimming against
tho tide, and you are traveling a
hard road ; but there h a time com
ing when the tide will turn and run
with you, and then you will go for
ward." Gentlemen, we havo been
swimming ag.unst the tide, but I
urge you, and I urge the people
never to give up because it is hard
. work. Let their be no faltering and
lio rest. Let us look forward to the
next session. Let us work lor the
time when wc shall have a majority
of truo men in the Assembly ; then
wc can say that the tide lias turned,
and that good times arc in store for
Ice cream and coffee was then
passed round, the remainder of the
evening being passed in social inter
course. A few minutes after 10
o'clock nearly every one had retued,
and thus was brought to a close one
of the most orderly enthusiastic and
elegant affairs that has taken place
in this city.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Aug. 25
Sun Sets ' C 22.
Sunltlses 7 f2.
High Tide Small ' " " i .??
High. TldoLarg 20 30.
WISH AM WBATUHIt
Ui-cord from noon or yesterday:
Barometer Thermometer Ituln.
I 4li I -JlfV'i-illll 21i I U lSli to 18U
m'Ss I 30.05 I SO.Od II M 5 I 7(1 I 75 0.1U
Wind, X. i:., light; . slsy, "; Sea,
Stiur iwaliini f lorn Kauai
JJktne Amelia from Euieka
Sclir Kawiiihuil from Koolau
Sehr l'aiiahl from Hamtlet
Schr Marlon from Puualiui
Stmr Llkellke for Kahulul
Stmr Lehua for Windward ports
Sehr Kaulkcaoull for Kukalau
Sehr Luka for Kukalau
Sehr Khukal for Walalua"
Sehr Waiiiiiilii for Kolou
Sehr Manuokawal tor Koolau
Sehr Kukiiuluohl for ilumilcl
Sehr Ilaleakala for Pepeekeo
Sehr Walehu for Koolau
Sehr Rob Roy for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalaul for Kauai
Stmr Kiiiau for Windward ports
Sehr Pauahl tor Hanalel
Sehr Kawallaul for Koolau
From Kauai, per Iwaliini Aug 24
Miss Lizzie 1 Napoleon, Miss A Wiebke,
.1 B Grant, F Gay, Mrs O 1 Inukca,
Misses Makco (2), J II Elders, Master
E Boyd, Master O Akau, Master Kclo
kouia Haul, Master A Ring, Mrs J Wil
son, oil Godinan, J Gutliuan, L 1
Bishop, Max Sehelinnier.
From Humboldt, pur Bktno Amelia,
Aug 21. F Duiigaw.
Stmr Iwalaul brought 833 bags of
sugar, -18 bags of paduy, 10 bags ot tnro.
10 uagu of neo, 18 hides, 10 bags of phi,
Kl bales of wood ami 200 sheep.
Tho Discovery received 000 bags of
sugar this morning. Sh6 will sail on
The sailing of tho KUauea Hon Is not
definitely known. .
Sehr Kawallaul brought 000 bags of
Sehr Ranald brought 721 bags of
paddy and 100 bags ol sugar.
The Bktno Amelia, dipt. Newliall,
arrived ye&tcrday 21 days troin Hum
boldt with, 1101 13 feet ot of lumber, 800
bdh. of shingles and liOUO It. W. ports
to Ellen and Robinson.
Sho had very light winds throughout
lu Latf:i2.2(f Lnn., 130.10 spoke thu
ship Edward O'Brien, dipt. O'Brien,
103 days out from Liverpool, bound for
Sau Francisco. ' The Amelia Is discharg
ing near tho O. S. S. wharf.
LOCALS CENTAL MEWS.
(Soon dressmakers nrc wnnted. Sec
Tin: Opium Bill was killed this
nflcrnoon, 21 to IC.
A nice .cottago furnished or un
furnished is wanted. Sec. adv.
The P. M. S. S. Zealandia will be
duo from the Colonics on Sunday
There will be no Hand Concert at
Emma square this evening, this band
being engaged td play at the opening
of the new Library building.
Don't fail to hear Rcmenyi's new
March, which will bo played at his
fourth concert to-morrow evening by
tho Royal Hawaiian Band.
A special meeting of the ctock
ltolders of the Pacific Sugar Mill,
will be held on Wednesday morning
at half past nine o'clock at the oflke
of F. A. Schaefcr & Co.
Gingeii Am: made at The Crystal
Soda Works takes the place of light
wines for tabic use. 797 3t
Work on the tower of Kaumaka
pili Church progressing very rapidly,
thirty-five feet of brickwork being
already completed. To-morrow the
wall plates will be put in, to receive
the hip rafters for tho spire. The
work is being done in a first class
.manner by the contractor, Ma E. B
The new building of the Library
Association will be opened this even
ing at half past seven o'clock. The
exercises will be simple and brief.
By kind permission of Governor
Dominis the Band will play on the
premises adjoining the new building.
The public is cordially invited to be
. . m ,
We are in receipt of a splendid
box of frcsli plums, from the Cali
fornia Produce & Provision Co.,
Hotdl street which Mr. Z. K. Myers
is manager. It is n treat to taste
such fine fruit. This company re
ceives fresh California fruit by every
Frank May a member of Engine
Co. No. 2, went to Mr. M. Pico and
asked him how much he was going to
give the Company for saving his
property from the late fire. May
told Pico he had been sent by the
Company, but several of tho mem
bers say he was not authorised to
make any demand. Mr. Pico did
afterwards present 850 to the for
mal! of the Company.
ANOTHER BIC BLAZE.
About a quarter past two o'clock,
Sunday morning, another alarm of
fire startled our residents. This
time it was at the store of Mr. P. A.
Dias, on King street. The fire was
first discovered by a brother of Mr.
Dias and a clerk who slept on tho
first floor. Mr. S. K. Nowlcin, who
keeps a saloon next door heard tho
noise and was soon out. The alarm
was given immediately. Captain
I Marcos, who was on duty, quickly
made his appearance, and with Mr.
Nowlcin tried to brake in tho front
door, but the fury and heat of the
flames drorc them back. Marcos
shouted out to Mr. Dias and
his family who were- sleeping
upstairs, and told them to get out
on to the corrugated iron roof over
the store. They did this, and got on
to the upper verandah of the China
men's store adjoining, and came out
by the door near to tho store of
Wolfe & Edwards. . About two min
utes afterwards tho roof fell in, so
that they had a very nnrrow escape
from death. The family were taken
and cared for at tho Police Station,
by Capt. Marcos. The inside of the
8toro was completely gutted, noth
ing being saved. The origin of
tho " fire is unknown. Mr. Dias
values his stock at between ten and
eleven thousand dollars, and is
insured for S8.C00. The building
which was recently purchased from
tho assignees of the estate of T. B.
Walker by T. II. Davies, was insured
for 5,000. The verandah of tho
Chinaman's store adjoining suffered
slight damage, but beyond that, by
tho efforts of the firemen, the fire
was confined to Dias' store.
TMMEDIATELY, GOOD DRESS
X MAKBhS. Apply to Mrs. Qiiscoitie
corntr King aud Jticl.ard sts. 70U lit
Health of H. M. Queen Emma
Bulletin No. 18.
3 p. m. Queen going on very
On Saturday evening about C
o'clock, two native boys Mcika and
Mokcaolc, were in a room belonging
to one Kaiona, near Hatdilia'mnnu
bridge. They found a pistol in a
trunk belonging to John Polapola.
Meika took the pistol out of the trunk,
and not knowing it was loaded cocked
it, and presented it at iMokeaolc. It
went off and tho ball struck the latter
In the face on the chin, came out of
his throat, and passed clown on to
the right shoulder blade, where it
was afterwauls extracted by Dr.
Fitch. The wounded boy is out of
AS E:iL MLEl'lNG of the Sock.
Iiuldcrj of llio
FnttlJlc Sugnr Mill
will bo held at the milce of P. A Sclme
fur & Co. on WEDNESDAY, the 7th
instant, at 7:110 u. in.
11. uENJKS, Secretary.
Honolulu, Aug. -'.'), lntt, 7 'It t
A NICE COTTAGE, lurtiisccl or un
XX furnished, for :i tingle man.
piy at tuts oiucc.
DETVOS Sc CO.
'So. 8 Kinj; Htreet,
XJ3A.ll T1J13 1SHXXGTS,
lias come dried
CALSFORSMBA FISH !
9 cents per pound.
Bucota and Skip-Jack.
AT TUE ANNUAL MEETG of
tin- Stockholders of the I'AIA
PLANTATION, held at the dike ot Hie
Cnmnuny, in Pain, Maui, on Augcil SI,
the followiii): olllccri were elected for
tho ensiling jcar
t.H.P. Bill win,
-. T. Alexaiubi,
...E M. WaUi'
I. V. Jiir.cw,
J ,M. Alexander.
J. M. ALEXANDER,
705 at Sjcietury.
AYOUXG MAN. 22 yrar.s of ago,
di-ti o a situiil o l. Cm do rough
work of any kind.
23 Merchant S.. Ui-n. lliisini si Ag'i.
AIjVIN II. ItASEMANN
PAPER-RULER mid BLANK-BOOK
Hook Binding of all descrip ion neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building . ISIirjliunt sireet
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best tennis
Utile, Queen hi. tn
IVIussc Hall !
The Wo.-ld-Rcnowned VinllnU,
Tuesday Evening, August 26,
With the as-i t nco of
The'Eoyal Hawciian Band,
When will bu played for the
''The Kinsr'H Own & IIouo-
1 nl ii KifloH March."
COMPOSED BY REMEXYI.
MISS IIATT1E DOWNING,
jut. lUJDoa.rii iini9ii:it,
M. ISAWOKK I.UCKSTONK,
Solo Pianhl and Jluslcal director.
Secure your scnti.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, timely
furnihrd. Ap, 1 ut No. H Ktikul
J. M.OATJr. &Co.
Dcnlura in all kinds of
Tho Latccst Foreign I'.ipen nlwnvs on
limd ut thu Gaictle U.ock, Mirjhant
Strict iy l
c. J0 McCarthy
(Li o of tfio "OM Corner.")
BSTlutcly connected with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always bo found on hand.
liAS JUST RECEIVED PER
A Large New Stock
.) o. m,;i,-lin
OF ENERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
111 I-'OIT STR1EI'.
Iuna'ou Prnarato y School
Fa'.l Term, el on Monday,
Se t m .'t 10th.
'piIETrnMeo aio linppy to aiinmuicu
X. iliat the f 'i-iilid eiil-, lllce tint
udi) t'on of iho now cmnse of smdy,
p etui en in be vu i v niteesxfiil. Jli s
.ii. L. sl'Ol NEK, u giuiliiaiu or .Mount
llnlyoko, null for lle yeirs past a nu in.
tor of iliu tLUiiuny 1-acnliy, hn- I con
M-uurtd ii5 aa in iructnr at the College.
It is e- i-islwl that the n.jv lr')re or
hip of Cbeml-itry mi.) iho Nituial
Scii-ncex ill be ti'kd eaily In die year.
,M1."S KM MA V. HALL an experi.
eiiced tciiclie1-. nn I for some year.- Priii.
ripul of it Giamnnr Sclioi 1 in Ware,
M us , c imei from that position to take
chargu of the Puiiahoii Preparatory
School. - '
(inly n few new pupils can bo roceiv.
ed at th's School, anil they will bt nil.
allied in i r.k-r of application, uhiili
mu l lm mai'e to UBV. C. M. HYDE D.
'U., or lo the PiC idem of thu College.
jgyCaialogiies sent on application.
107 Id. "
1 SPECIAL M BETiNG of Hie Share.
Ix. holdi-isi.f iho Hiwallnn Onrrlrgc
At g Uomp ny, 1 1 1 ii 1 1 o.I. will bu held at
t ii ir oilier. No. 7'i Q'leea street, on
eUe u iv, An rui-t ' 1 1. til JO a.m.
E. G. SCIIUM.XN, '
707 31 Sjcieiaiy.
rpilE preml-cs kn iwn u the Windsor
JL Re (.iliriint. fi U illd nl No. ill
Kins: strci-t. next Wnterhoiibo's tOle,
will be re built a d nltc e.l to Milt any
iesgoiHiblc piriies thai may ii'jed the
nine fur bnsliu-a-i pin- o:c. '1 his prc
jiobiiiiin will leniiiln open tor one week
f i om d itc.
G. W. LINCOLN.
Unllder, 8U King st.
Aug. S3, i83J. 707 lw
TO Till: IVIIKS OF IlOXOIiUIiU
DRESSMAKI-R. lining relurned,
will ic-uiiii) liii.inu.-H on ihe 'JAtli.
l-V'iithcrs Ce.iiud, i).vrd una Curled in
ml l l.o uewiSt hililes.
Comer of Kin and lehnrJ SirectF.
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JIIX A. 1'AliSBR
Will ait.-nd to the collection of
liillh, rents, &c. Kco.i nccount?,
draw legnl docuniciilj. L;aso nnd
sell prnpiri'. Rent rooms, and
tr.insaitgeiicr.il Imslnc. He will
rl o nttuiid to orlei-fand commit,
notu of i-vcry sort limit tho other
Ilitulr. I'ii ouige solleitid.
'o. 0!) Ho .-! ttr.e , II moliilu.
Telephone, 2DS. 1'. O. liox, 307.
Wole & Edwards
Qro o y a d Fold Stcn,
Corn-i Kl ninl Nuunii btiects.
F.-eah Uio o O'anl PrnvNIoim received
b, every S.cainor.
P. 0. Dox 130, Telephone 340.
Tho Bost Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
The finest Uriimls of Clears and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Till! I'AHK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
CrT'l'l o on'y scr.-ldc ret-ort In the
mm , rais a uu uim s
11 TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
(3 Fort Streoi, (Campbell's Block.)
3.-.0 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality
350 HOY'S LiNi N SUITS, Best Quality
330 BOY'S LININ SUITS?, Hist Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2
G ent's Unlnmidertd Whlto Shirts, No. 1 quality, at .'l'r, oiJSIS per doz.
CzTGrent Itai'caiiiM I Srcut IIar;uin ! Groat ISargaiiiK I"f
A large nstortment of
Boy's Sailoi Hats, in all colors, only CO Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer oue of the Largest Invoices of
3 0-3EjN"rJ?'S HOSIERY 3I
Ever imported Into tins Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Sinter Stockings (something uew) seamless and perfect
llti Inj,'. t li c-c-ply la-els at W cts pair
O'lilV Supir St in Brlii-h IIo', iciinless $4 per doz(n
GiiI'a Curd hi nl Ikse, silk Clocked S3 cts pair
Coy's PERCALE SHIRTS, beafquality, at 1.00.
Just ItaivBil New Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
j$3 Oent's Boots and lioeS;, -11
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements, .
stool Plows. n. gr!A'HK3BPAijite!r?l
Ets.. Etc.. Etc. SSS31SS3WS!SFaS7 Etc.. Etc
Fence "Wive and Staples, Kuroseno Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To iiinko room for ft I.nrsu Stock of
New Groods to Arrive Soon
Frqtn London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold Tor cash,
consisting in part of .
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSID GOOD3.
Pai-lor Sets, Bedroom Sots, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chvomos,
And a Lai go Variety of Fancy Goids.
725 lm XJYGAJS Sc Co.
Family Grocers, 67 & 89 Hotel St.
Just Received ex S S Aliininln,
Grapes, Pears, Plums. Peaies, Aples al Celery.
Eastern OJsters in tins.
And a full lino jf FrcNli Slnplu Gi'occricM.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box 207.
O. I). KHEETII.
W. C. rKACOCK
2i Nuiiaiiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the liOivcHt Market Hates
a larpe nii'l well tolectcd stock of
the Choicest i nil most Favcrlle
&c., &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and orders tilled pionipllr.
, Telephone 40. P. O. Uox 8C0.
Must Rule !
ONLY $1 76
ONLY $1 70 t
collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1. A
Kennedy & co.)
A Lane Assortment
- FOK fAt.K
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sicknef s, I want to soil
cut my 11AGUAGE EXPRESS,
Two SutN IIuvncNH,
Three Gootl IIoi-nch
I am doing a good business, but havo to
lcac tho country on account of. my
health. None but cash buyers need np
plv. For further particulars call on O.
Rammer, corner King and Fort sts.
771 lm P. SMITn.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centra of town, unliable for a
Addrois ''Cottage" Bullo-