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WEDNESDAY, JTXE .J, la.j.
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Kchr Jennie Walker ft tiu I'nmiltig Is
Schr Fanny tilllinnro ri mil S 1'
Schr Eliukat from Wnlahta
SchrMlllc Morris from Mnloknl
Stmr Kllnticu linn for Indunrtt
Slim lw.'iliiul for llninnkua
Html-. I I Dowsott Tor Molokal it
Tern Hctilah for S V
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Klmkal for Wnliiliui
Jlk Auloiniio fur Humboldt liny
llgtno (Jmi-iiiulo.fur S F
Sehr Mlllo Morri fur Molokal
VESSELS IH PORT,
llktne Discovery. Perriinau
Itgtno Coneiielo. Cnuen
Ilk Automne, Lalno
Itktne Mary Wlnkleimin
Ilk C 0 Whltmore, Calhoun
For Wlndwuul ports per stmr Y (5
Hall, .Juno "J .1 Moii'-amit anil wife.
Hon G W Pllipo. K C WlnMon, SObod,
.1 Aanai. E A Uiolenberg, W II tlallcy,
ami J lioblti-on.
For Windward ports per stun1 Klnau,
.Tunc 2 Hon S 6 Wilder, Mrs Chcse
borough, Mrs J D Arnold. 0 Afong, C
Furnoaux. Mrs V V Hastings Miss It
Maker. Col Z S Spalding. Mr Verdon
berg. H F Wood, Ml .1 Barnard. Mls
ItntlleNccdham. Mi's Keed. Mi Dil
lon, lion Y'C Parke, J S Welil. Wit
Hallcad, W L llolokaliiUi, Mrs Howie.
Wong Kuwal, Mi3 lllake, MN- Choato,
Chas'Akai, and 00 deck.
For Walnica, !Xnwlllwlli, Llhue, Kau
ai, per stinrl'lantcr, Juno 2 Ills Ma
jesty the Kins; and four scrvanN, Dr J S
Me(!rcw& wife. W G Irwin. Hon II A
Wldcmnmi, F Y Maefarlaue, W K 11
Dcverlll and child, APetrlo. Mrs QU
Dole, .lulcsTavernier, G X Wilcox and
From Fannlngs Is per .elir Jennie
Walker, June "5 Win Greig and "Win
The schr Jennie "Walker, Capt Ander
son, arrived this morning, 10 days from
Fannlngs Is with !IU cords of lire-wood,
Till boxes of'cobra, 27 sacks and 2" bagn
of shells it 2000 eocoanuts.
Tho sehr Fanny gGihnore arrived off
port this afternoon. She Is 11 days from
S F, and has a cargo of R W posts. She
is owned by Messrs Allen ami Itobin
son, and is about 125 tons biiideu. She
will be put on tlio coasting trade.
The Consuelo sails (o-moirow morn
ing for S F.
The tern Ilculali sailed for S F this
lint with 0,3117 bags of sugar; .1. 115
from Haekfeld & Co, 2,170 from Sehae
fer it Co. 1,1150 from C Afong, il'.W from
Hoffsehlager it Co and CO from "Wong
Leong & Co. Total domestic value,
Thebk C O Whitmore sailed from
I'ortliiud, Or., May Oth. with coal for
The stmr Jas 1 Dowsett sails this
evening at ."i o'clock for Molokai. She
is expected to return on Friday or
Saturday next. Mr Fred Wimden'biirg
will go on her this trip.
At II o'clock this afternoon, a square
rigged ve-sel was telephoned 20 miles
to the north.
.LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Oui: week from to-morrow will be
Tun premises, No. 185 Fort street,
arc advertised to let.
A laiige bark is reported twelve
miles north as we go to press.
Tin: Y. P. C. General Association
meets in Kaumakapili Church this
Tin: usual weekly service at St.
Andrews Cathedral this evening at
" On, on troubled waters,"
"Reversal of Distraint," on
A i'auty of ladies and gentlemen
left by the Kinau yesterday for a
trip to the volcano. f--
Somi: of the branches overl. ..iging
the Nuuanu Valley road in different
places,- need trimming at once.
A CAitn of thanks from Miss
Annis 'Montague and Mr. Charles
Turner' will be found in another col
umn. . Tim usual monthly concert at the
Bethel Union Church Vestry this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Subject,
At the vestry of the Fort Street
Church this evening, a preparatory
experience meeting will be held at
A vmtr heavy shower of rain fell
through tlio night, but tho weather
is still muggy, and there arc indica
tions of a storm,
Tin: third game of baseball of the
series will take place on Saturday
afternoon between tlio Pacific and
Married Men's nines,
Missus. C. M. Cooko and Clms.
Turner started at 1 o'clock on n trip
round this island. Tlioy expect to
be back Saturday morniug.
Mn. J. II. Maby, manager of A.
S. Cloghorn & Co. 'a store at Ililo,
will take chargo of the Volcano
Houso at Kilnuea, now owned by S.
G. Wilder & Co,
Tin: box plan for the Dion Bond
caiilt performances will open nt J)
,,,,oc, hRrl) Saturday morning,
juuo ctli, nt tlio oJIUo of .1. 15. AVlso-
lMiMiovi.Mr.STS tiro being mndo at
the Central l'nikjskaling rink, which
nccuHfillalcs it tir-iug closed (luting
the afternoons. 1 1 U open every
evening us usual.
A siiootino match, distance 200
yards, eighty rounds each, for a
purse of S2j, will take place at the
Casino, Saturday, Juno lJUi,belwccn
Mcsrs. Illggins nnd Fugcr.
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Tin: semi-annual meeting of the
Hoard of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital wilt he held on Friday,
June ftth, at 1 :il() p. in., :it, the room
of tlio Chrtmlicr of Commerce.
Tin: brick building now being
erected nt the corner of Fort and
Hotel streets, by Mr. Geo. Lucas
for Mr. 0. J. Fishcl, will be two
story instead of one as first con
templated. Ox Wednesday, June 10th, Messrs.
Lyons & Levey will hold, by instruc
tions of G. W. Maefarlaue & Co., a
special and important trade credit
sale, particulars of which will be
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society's horse show will take place
at Kapiolani Paik Saturday, Juno
loth. Entries must be made by
o'clock next "Wednesday to Mr. J.
S. Webb, tlio Secretary.
His Majesty the King left by the
steamer Planter yesterday afternoon
for Kauai, where he will be the guest
of His Excellency Governor Kanoa.
The Koyal Hawaiian Band was sta
tioned on the wharf and played
several selections previous to the
departure of- the steamer.
Bv the last mail Deputy Marshal
Dayton received a letter from a per
son in San Francisco, asking whether
it would pay to come to Honolulu
and give an acrobatic performance
on a trapeze suspended from a bal
loon at a certain distance in the air.
Mr. Dayton wrote back to say that
he rhould advise him to go up in his
week the Elfle
parlors, rebuilt after the lire, were
reopened by the proprietor keeping
open house for an evening. A largo
crowd of people attended, and all
were doliglitcdvith;tkc elegance and
comfort of the place. The sixteen
private rooms are delightful retreats,
and the cream is of the best quality.
Mr. Hart lias a fine stock of island
curiosities on sale, including some
very ancient articles in kapa cloth
and other material. Readers will
find an advertisement of the Elite in
PicrurtK cord, and gold and silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Art Store. 35 at
Jr j'ou want a nice shoe, hoot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuami street. 980. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
The Chief Justice was occupied
yesterday, in the Supreme Court in
the hearing the petition of W. O.
Smith, administrator, for several
persons, who have claims against
the United States for various amounts
due on account of the Alabama de
predations. In the absence of Mr.
Smith, Mr. Lorrin Thurston appear
ed and the amounts named below
arc payable at his office. The ori
ginal claimants were Hawaiians who
shipped on whalers which wcic des
troyed by tiic Alabama during the
Xamo Original Claim
Mr. .7. A. Dower has just com
pleted two surf boats on the model
of tho Kinau boats. They have been
examined by experienced boatmen
and highly approved of. These
boats' timbers are all in ono piece,
ru.ining iicvoss the keel from gun
wale to gunwale, being bent by
steam. The consequence is they arc
lighter and moro flexible. The tim
bers being closer together, make it
less liable to bo severely bulged than
those built after tho usual process
with tho timbers in pieces and
further apart. They will be
sold at the lowest price possible.
Mr. Dower has every facility for
buildinjr any model and size. Ap
plication at tho Enterprise Mill or
Mutual Telephono No. 325 will re
ceive prompt attention.
Ilnwallnn Evangollc.il Atioclation,
Tti.MUY, Junc'Jnd, 188o.
The remainder of tlio forenoon
session was occupied witli the read
ing of these reports, which were 3"i
in number, mid listened to with
ralatul Associations' iyort8.
The Rev. S, Knlana read the report
of the Association Committeo for
the six churches on the eastern divi
sion of the Island of llnwnii. Two
of these are without pastors, but
they are proceeding in calls to stu
dents, this year in North Pacific
Missionary Institute. Tlio death of
the Rev. D. B. Lyman. Principal of
tho Hilo Boarding School for over
10 years, is referred to as having
been an occasion of much grief.
The church at Ililo is troubled with
two new delusions in the form of
two sects, the one led by a man
named Maunaloa, the other by a
woman, Maiaiipuni, tho leading fea
tures of both sects consisting of
new methods of healing the sick.
Another delusion of the same soit
prevails in Hainakua, and is led by
The report of tho Association
Committee for the fourteen churches
on the western division of Hawaii
was read by the Secretary, the Com
mittee being absent. The report was
quite an elaborate document, written
by Kalaiwaa. Ten parishes arc with
out parsonages, but are well supplied
with churches and chapels. Tares
and thorns are growing up in many
of these parishes. Dancing, gamb
ling, Sabbath-breaking, drunkenness
and other practices of the kingdont
of darkness are too prevalent. Rev.
Mr. Bickucll has left his field in
Hainakua, and it is now under the
care of the deacons of the churches.
Mr. Barnes' place in Kalala is sup
plied by Uev. S. AV. Kckucw.i, form
erly missionary in Marshall Islands,
and so far the work is carried on
.with vigor. This church last year
contributed 2,000 to benevolent
objects, besides the payment of the
pastor's salary and current expenses.
The pastor of Kakaha has become
quite deaf, but has succeeded in in
teresting sonic Chinese, and lias had
them brought in to the church. The
church of Kailua, formerly Mr.
Thurston's, still remains without a
pastor, but the people have called
one of the students of the N. P. M. I.
The churches of Komi Wena have
prospered this year. The church at
Waiohinu reports great strength of
the evil one in that localit' ; but the
Sunday School Association at that
place last March was a very large
and intensely interesting meeting.
Rev. S. Waiwaiole read the report
of the Oahu Association. There
are eleven churches, two of which
are without pastors. The chief
event in the history of this associa
tion was the licensing, in April last,
of six students. Nawaa was or
dained pastor of Ewa. The associa
tion voted to recommend the hold
ing of a pastor's institute during the
week after this meeting of the
General Association. The associa
tion voted to divide the church at
Kahiiku, but that church refused to
be divided, and asks for a student as
Rev. Dr. Hyde read a letter, ad
dressed to the Corresponding Secre
tary of this association from the
Delegate of the General Association
of California, who, not being able
himself to attend, communicates, as
Sax Fiiaxcisco, May 18th, 1885.
Ri:v. A. O. Foifur.s,
Jly Dear llro. I was appointed
by the General Association of Con
gregational Churches in California to
represent it at the annual meeting
of tho Hawaiian Board of Missions,
and to convey the Christian saluta
tions of the churches. It would
have given me great pleasure to per
form the errand in person, and
again visit the beautiful islands of
the Pacific. This privilege denied
mo, through you, my dear sir, and
by letter, I must discharge the duty.
Tho deepest interest in your field
and work pervades the churches of
tho Pacific Coast. You are our
neighbors. We treasure the past
history of the gospel among you.
We rejoice in the triumphs it lias
won on your soil, and remember with
inspiration and gratitude the conse
crated witnesses for Christ, who
have made tho Hawaiian mission
work known throughout tho world.
Nor do we forget your difficulties
and tho great obstacles that have of
lute beset your missionary endeavors.
Many prayers have been offered in
our religious gatherings for the
Christian workers on the dear islands.
Concerning the work on this coast,
wo have every reason for encourage'-
ment nnd thankfulness, A few new
and strong churches hnvo been
organized the past year. The work
in Southern California has greatly
increased and strengthened. A
glorious revival has been enjoyed in
the First Church of Oakland, nnd
other neighboring churches have felt
tlio outpouring of tho Holy Spirit,
and received accessions to their
membership. Pray for us in our
endeavors for the coming year. And
now with prftj'CTffl that dlvlno tvhdoin
may bo granted you in your deliber
ations i that n groat blessing mif
rest upon your educational and mis
sionary work, nnd for tho outpouring
of tho Spirit upon the Hawaiian
Churches ) wishing you grace, mercy
ami peace from tho churches of our
order in California,
I am, yours fraternally,
The Model ator and Secretary were,
on motion, appointed a committee to
answer the letter, which was written
in English, in Hawaiian, Committees
were appointed to proparc draft of
resolution referring to nicnibcis of
this association who have died since
the dato of Inst meeting.
Rovds. II. Bingham, C. M. Hyde,
D. D., and L. Smith, D. 1)., arc the
committee on English members, and
Rcvds. A. Pali and S. P. K. Kavaa
llev. Kaaia read the lepoit of the
Hawaii Island Association, the sub
ject matter of which is covered by
the reports of churches of cast and
Wednesday, June 3rd.
Association opened with singing,
and reading of tho scriptures and
prayer by the moderator. Prayer was
offered by Rev. S. L. Desha, when
the Rev. Jas. Hickncll delivered a
brief and stirring address, referring
to the power with which the early
church was endowed at Pentecost,
showing that success in all Chris
tian enterprises is by the aid of the
Spirit, poured out in answer to
prayer, citing as a further illustra
tion ot tins tact juoouy's campaign
in England, the grand results of
which were in answer to the prayers
of the church. Rev. A. 1'ali then
led in prayer.
The roll was called, and names of
members arrived since yesterday
Minutes of yesterday's business
were read and confirmed.
Rev. Kckahuna (Waianac) read
the report of the Oahu Association
on the state of the churches.
The report of the West Hawaii
Association was read by Rev. S. L.
The Association report of Kauai
was read by Rev. .7. II. Mahoc ; and
the report of the state of the churches
by Rev. J. B. ITanaikc. Muihiwa,
pastor of the church in Waiali, is
laid aside by age and sickness.
Several Gilbert Islanders have united
with the various churches of the is
land. At'Kilauca, there is a mix
ture of nationalities, Chinese, Portu
guese, Germans, Japanese, Gilbert Is
landers, and a few Hawaiians, and it is
very difficult to keep regular services.
Mahoc, a former missionary in the
Gilbert Islands, has visited the Gil
bert Islanders about this island, and
finds they number 21G, of whom 32
are church members. Young peo
ple's associations arc generally in a
nourishing condition. At Kapaa,
the pastor finds it difficult to get his
salary. At Lihue, the Young Peo
ple's Association havo a building of
their own, largely the gift of Mrs.
M. S. Rice. The Sunday School at
Koloa is in quite a flourishing condi
tion, with an attendance, sometimes,
of 102. Rev. J. W. Smith maintains
public service for foreigners on Sab
bath afternoons. Drunkenness is
the great obstacle to the progress of
the gospel. Good people are grieved
at tlio coming among them of several
pretenders to tho healing art under
the guise of Christian leaching.
Seven statistical reports from chur
ches, not in yesterday, were now
read, bringing the total number of
these reports up to forty-two.
The matter of amendments to the
constitution was taken up, and laid
before the meeting at length by tho
Rev. A. O. Forbes, for the commit
tee on overtures. The changes
adopted, arc, (1) The lay delegates
to the Associotion will hereafter bo,
six for Hawaii, four for Maui, four
for Oahu, and three for Kauai; (2)
the Records are to be henceforth
kept in Hawaiian only ; (3) twenty
members, instead of 30, ns hereto
fore, will form a quorum.
A warm discussion ensued on the
question whether it would not be
advisable to build a house for the
accommodation of members of the
association at tlio annual meetings.
The Revs. Desha, Pali, Nalun, Kai
apa, Mnlioe, Waianmu. and others
taking part in tlio licbate. The
matter was left to a committeo of
five to consider and report. The
arrangement of the programme for
188(5 was left to the secretary. A
committee was appointed to decide
upon the time and place of, next
meeting, It was agreed to observe
tlio week of prayer, and a day of
prayer for colleges. Under the
heading of " How the work of tho
church can best be advanced," the
opinion was expressed by one minis
ter that there aro too many organiza
tions. Pastors havo too much to do
to attond to Church, Sunday School,
Young People's Association, etc.
Pastors were urged to see that every
family issiipplicd with a copy of the
new l8mo. Hawaiiu.i Bible.
The association adjourned to meet
at 1) o'clock, a. m., to-morrow.
Married life should be u sweet,
harmonious song, and, lilro one of
Mendelssohu's "without words."
Thcro was a veiy good attendant. o
nt the Yoscmito skating rink last
evening to witness the wheelbarrow
race. There wcro four contestants,
A. Luimh, Geo. Iluddy, I). Davis
and another. A box was placed in
tlio centre of the rink, and each con
testant being blindfolded, had to '
wlicel a barrow, the first one hitting j
the box to gain the prize. It created '
much amusement and the conies- 1
lauls had a difficult task. The prize
was finally awarded to Albert Lucas,
who found the box first.
Awana was fined $5 and SI costs
for drunkenness. Chung Lock, who
was arrested yesterday by Officer
Tell in the net of smoking opium,
was found guilty, fined S50 and sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for one month. Whiting, who
nppearcd for him, noted an appeal
to tho Intermediary Court. G. II.
Green, on a charge of furious and
heedless driving, was remanded until
the Gtli. Mr. Kinney appears for
him. ,7. A. Burgct, for assault on
Kepahouc, was reprimanded nnd dis
charged on payment of costs, S3. J.
D. Freeman, for disorderly conduct,
was found guilty and sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for 48
hours. Costs, 3.10. Ah Clioy,
Ah Fat and All Kit pleaded guilty
to a charge of gaming. They were
lined S20 eoch and sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for ten
days. Costs, SI each.
Out at the Stock
two ago they were
Yards a day or
unloading a car
"Hello hero! What's this?"
yelled ono of the workmen, as a fat,
ragged, grimy and falimy tramp rose
up from the middle of the car,
rubbed his eyes, and looked around
"Is tliis Chicago?" he inquired.
"Yes, this is the Chicago Stock
Yards. What are you doing in
"Wall, you see, I was stcaliu' a
ride on this yer train when the bliz
zard struck us. Ilangin' on 'tween
cars hain't no fun when do weddcr
gels down to zero. Couldn't find
no odder warm place to sleep, so I
crawled in here and got down 'tween
two big, fat, warm pigs. You kin
bet it's a cold day when this snoozcr
freezes to death. here s do soup
house''" Chiaifo Jiter-Ocean.
"AJIt. CIIAS. HOYI'S Shooing Shop
lT. will be open on .Monday morning.
lie lias sunt down a good
fcring hordes a specialty.
rpiIE place to buv .1. W. Hingley's
Celebrated Cigars. Tile Crystnl
Soda Works will be a depot for these
line Cigars, wholesale and retail.
THE STORE lately occupied by
Samuel Xoll, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or U. F. DlM.I.NOIIAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 18S."5. 98.r) if
THAT very de-drablo and convenient
Fawily Residence on lieielanla
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises occupied at present a a Ixw
Office by John Russell, Esq., centrally
located near tho corner of Fort nnd
Merchant Streets. For parliculais, ap
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWAL1), Merchant fit.
Tlio abnvu celebrated
stallion GEN. HAN
COCK will stand for
tliii enncnn tit fi rt ti I m
f j-T. !! Dl.ilCWl Ilk vii ni 111
fctik "-CluMoy's, comer Queen
and Punchbowl Streets. Charges, .$40.
For pedigree and fuither particulars,
apply to CAPT. CLUNKY.
ATRS. J, P. IIOWEN, late of New
Itx York, has opened an Art Needle
Work and Dres.s.niiiklng establishment
over Frank Oeit.M boot and shoe btorc,
No, lO.'l Foil Street. Kensington. Arra
sene, Clieiiillunud Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Fainting taught.
Stamping and designing done in the
best manner nt reasonable rates. 29 2w
.iitxr, mil, i nhs.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
parties wUhlng to havo
nt Kapiolani Paik, on Juno 11th, 188(3,
must apply without delay to the
JiO Foot Section, tflS.OO.
.1. K. WISEMAN,
Pur order Kapiolani Pink Association.
HA.V1NO obtained the services of a
Ilr-t rln Piano Tuner, wc wish
t Inform the public that wc are able to
'I lino and llcpnir Pianos at short notice.
All orders Irli with us will bo promptly
.iMonded to. and all work warranted
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Ilavinu- luirchascd the above
Estate from the Assignees, in-B
eluding the m
All persons owing money to the
late Bankrupt Lstato arc re
quested to pay the same forth
W. F. KEYXOLUN.
at the Hawaiian Bazar, and his
signature will be a full and suffi
C. K. WILLIAMS.
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Practical Silk Oulturlst,
New Lisbon, Uuilington Co.
011 ' NEW JERSEY.