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SATURDAY, .HTNK 27, 1 SHA.
Scnr Aincrtcnn Girl (torn Waiauae
Slinr Llkcllkc (nun Knlmltil
Stmr Mokolll (loin Moloknl
Stmr das Mnkr-c (row Knpnti
Stmr J I Dowsett from Mulukal
Schr Wnloll from llononm
Schr Wnlohu from Mallko
Schr Mary Foster from Walmea
Stmr Walmanalo from Walmanalo
Schr Lcahl for Hanalcl
Schr Llhollho for Knit
Schr Kawnllanl for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING Oil MONDAY.
Stmr Lehua for Kuhiiliil
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Schr ICulamanu for Hawaii
Schr Mnnuokawal for Koolau
Schr ITaleakala for Pcpcekeo
Schr Malolo for Pnpalkoti
Stmr J 1 I)ovi'ttP forMolokal
Schr Walolt for Hllo
Schr Waichu for Kauai
Schr Rob liny for Koolau
Bktnc Ella for S V
Stmr Jas Mnkco for Kapaa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Catharlcii, Hubbard
Uk Hope, Pcnhallow
Barkcntiiic Ella, Howe
3 S Alameda, Morse
Brit Bk Blrmah. Joupss
BU Julia Fold, Btirgoiiiun
From ICnliului per stmr Mkcllkc,
June 27 Miss II E Carpenter, Kluwa,
Miss llosc, Miss Landlord, Miss Louisa,
Miss A Haunlpl, Mis Klna, Mr Xa
poleou, J U Kawalnui and wife, F T
Rouse, S T Alexander, W Alexander,
Miss A Alexander, Miss J Alexander,
U C Heine, Akaua, Miss K Kawalnui,
Uou J W Kalua, II B Baldwin, Miss J
T Aluli, Miss Dowsctt, Miss iJudd,
Miss Hatch and 07 deck.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
The Honolulu Rillcs will have
drill at their armory this evening.
Usual gospel temperance meet
ing at the Bethel, 7 :30, this evening.
Housemen have a chance to get a
fine animal at Lyons & Levey's
auction room next Tuesday.
Mh. Herbert offers cottages to let,
with or without board, at his delight
ful seaside retreat in the Park.
An extra diversion is to bo given
at the Yosemite rink to-night in the
shape of a wheelbarrow race.
The building of the lime-kiln in
Ames's ship-yard for the Honolulu
Stone Co. is fast approaching com
pletion. "No business" is the only entry
in the Police Court record to-day.
'A pair of pure white gloves for
Lyons & Levey arc commissioned
by the assignees to sell out the
effects of G. D. Schracder, bank
rupt, on Tuesday next.
By the steamer James Makec word
comes of a fatal accident on Ilana
maulu plantation, Kauai, yesterday.
A German laborer, whose name has
not readied us, was driving a bullock
cart, and on going up an embank
ment the vehicle tipped, throwing
him out. The cart fell on him,
killing him instantly.
All persons w. illing to take part in
the patriotic procession of antiques
and horribles on the "glorious
fourth" are dcsiied to report them
selves at Mr. Wiseman's ofllce at
once. Ladies arc informed that
special place will be made for
carriage parties of them, and it is
suggested that this is an opportunity
for a very pleasant drive.
Mn. Hughes says the stonc-cut-ing
apparatus, in deponing tuc har
bor, Is doing its work handsomely.
He sent divers down to ascertain the
work of the chisel and they reported
favorably. Mr. Hughes is about to
rig a contrivance to look at the bot
tom of the bay from above water.
He also reports the dredge about to
dig iu the shallow places near Ames'
A nuMou was in circulation this
morning that small-pox existed in a
house at Puukolo, near the fish mar
ket. There appears, upon investi
gation, to be no ground for the
story. It takes twelve days tor that
disease to develop itself after conta
gion, and the infected vessel lias not
been in port so long. It is, at the
same time, too soon for the com
munity to cast off vigilance against
the introduction of the malady.
The Adocrtiscr's chronicler of last
night's serenade, in remarking upon
the distinct echo of the music on thu
Japanese steamer, says : "It was as
if a band were on board the steamer
following the music played by the
Royal Hawaiian Band." What a
pity those in command of the
stepmer could not have captured the
echo, and so take our regal music
avay to Japan with them. It would
have been such an advertisement for
tie country I
THE FIRST CARNIVAL.
a niiANn succnss.
Last evening the- first skating
masquerade over given in Honolulu
was held at the Central Park :kating
rink. The proprietor is to bo con
gratulated upon a brilliant success.
From 1,000 to 1,200 people wcro
In the great pavilion, hundreds who
came only a few minutes after thu
doors opeued haviug to stand. A
few skaters took the lloor punctually
at the first signal, and' the number
quickly grow until there were prob
ably sixty to seventy merry maskers
Hying round to the time of the band.
The open side of the rink, opposite
the gallery, had been made pictu
resque with arches of palms in the
sections. A row of colored lanterns,
with ilowcr-dcckcd festoons and feni
clusters on both sides and beneath
it, extended from end to end of the
rink. Festoons of tings weic taste
fully arranged nt intervals, and the
chandeliers nerc gaily adorned with
foliage and flowers.
When the carnival reached its
height, the rink comprised a specta
cle rarely seen here, for brilliancy
and kaleidoscopic beauty. There
was an indescribable variety of color
in constantly changing lights and
shades in the skating arena. With
the goigcous spectacular effects,
there was an abundance of comical
diversion afforded by the sprightly
young lads. A little harlequin would
seize the Chinaman's pig tail to be
towed round the course, while fan
tastically got-up beaux: conducted
rather violent flirtations with not un
willing belles. The latter perform
ance seemed rather shocking to
taste, until the fact dawned that the
belles were boys not bell buoys,
however. Among the most amusing
and well-acting characters were the
Fat Boy, whose elephantine propor
tions were set off by contrast with e
diminutive Blaine hat perched on tha
top of his poll ; the Hawaiian Dude,
whose lah-de-dah antics made every
body laugh ; the Clown, whose ridi
culous amblings and attitudes made
lots of fun, and the Old Lady, of
wonderfully benign aspect. Now
and then some gamin would fall of
set purpose in the way of the pro
cession, and there would follow a
grand crash of half-a-dozen masquc
raders in a struggling heap. The
most grotesque costume was that of
the Skeleton ; the best disguise was
Hollister's Sodawater bottle, out of
two little holes below the neck of
which the tenant kept a lookout.
One of the best cot-un male lies
was Uncle Sam's, the stars and
stripes of which made a pretty item
in the display. This had a magnifi
cent counterpart m the costume of
the Goddess of Liberty, without
doubt the most imposing among the
ladies. The petit form of Queen
Navarra attracted universal notice
and admiration, and, as will be seen
below, carried off the prize for the
handsomest costume. The Gentle
man of Veiona's toweling height
made him one of the most conspi
cuous characters in the scene, and
his get-up was worthy of his pro
minence. LI JUaudfs sombre aspect
and white-robed dignity made a ma
jestic figure in the throng which
never could get lost to view. One
of the most ingeniously contrived
dresses was that made of sheets of
our morning contemporary, and our
reporter gave the character the title
of "A Great Newspaper." Below
is given a list of the masqucraders,
omitting a few names of persons
who did not wish them published,
and of those who only wore masks
and did not appear iu character:
Mrs. Bowler, Goddcs of Liberty.
Mrs. Barker, Aunt Cliloc
Mrs. Blanclinrd, Card Girl
Mrs. O. M. King, "A Great Newf paper"
Miss Lucia DucliaMiy, Fortune Teller
Miss Katie Kelley, Spanisli Lady
Miss Mary Gomez, Queen Navaira
miss Liizzie winiucy, fancy uress
Miss Kice, Dolly Dutton
Miss Kate Lislnnau, Scrap Pictuic
Miss Alice Ward, Old Lady
Miss Flora Lynch, Flower Girl
Miss Bush, Loave Woman.
F. Waldron, Half-Whito
Fr. Darling, Skeleton
C. R. ColllnizK, Skeleton') Sweetheart
Albert Suubert, Betsy
H.Gunn, The Swell
J. Eenn, Hawaiian Dude
W. F. Monsarrat, Gentleman of Verona
Eddio Weight, Clown
Tommy Ryan, Paddy
Robert Moore, Uncle Sam
John K. Inoli, Kanaka
E. Hopkins, Jockey
Martin Hartmann, Jap
Eugcno Darling, Jonas Puffy
Benney Whitney, Hollister's Soda
Henry Bush, Chinaman
JimisNott, Jr, El Mahili
E. Renken, Negro ''ago
E. Boyd, Master Mariner
N. II. Babcouk, Scout
Willie Lucas, Litllu Dude Cigar
Geo. Bruns, Brother Jonathan
A. Kenmi, Athlete
Robert Feteison, Crazy Quilt
Albert Lucas, Nigger Dundy
uicKy UiVH, uoiorcu iJiuy
Theodore Scverin,' Fat Boy
Alex. Robertson, Young Lady,
At half-past nine, the gong an
nounced unmasking, and in a flash
everybody knew who was who. Then
a grand march took place in serpen
tine evolutions led by Mr. Babcock!
This was about the prettiest sight of
the evening. While it was going
on, the judges consulted, and after
enrcful deliberation announced the
prize-winners as follows:
The most liandsomo costume
Mary Gomez, n little girl of seven
The most original Frank Dar
ling. The most comic Thoodore Sc
verin. The gentlemen officiating as judges
wore Messrs. C. A. Brown, R. W.
Lainc, Dan Lyons, J. A. Palmer
and Dr. Fitch.
Af tor the parade the gong sounded
off skates, and a dance followed
until 11 o'clock.
A fiuer entertainment could scarce
ly bo givcu to an enlightened com
munity than that furnished yesterday
afternoon by the professors and
students of the college at Punahou.
A large attendanco from town cheer
ed the students and Instructors by
their presence. The assemblage
was said to be considerably larger
than that of last year. The musical
exercises in the parlors of the domes
tic hall by the Glee Club were excel
lent. Tho club consists of six young
men and eight ladies. Every piece
sung and played was heard with rapt
attention by tho largo crowd of
spectators filling tho rooms and en
trances. It would be doing injus
tice to the singers and players on
the piano to say less than that their
performances were exquisitely fine,
affording a veritable feast of music.
Hero is the programme of the
Piano solo Moorish Dance.. ..Spindlcr
Piano solo Thu Mill .Tcnscnn
Vocal solo When the Heart is Young
riano solo Hope, Song Without
Trio Gently fall the Dews..Mereadantc
Ladies of the Glee Club.
f Cauzonctta Heller
Duet for Piano and Violin Tarantella
Mrs. Hanford and Prof. Yarndlcy.
Piano solo II Penscroso Heller
Vocal solo The Angel's Serenade. . .
Violin Obllgato by Prof. Yarndlcy.
Piano solo Black Key Mazurka
Chorus These Moments Entrancing
Professors, students and specta
tors then moved into the main room
of the college building, where, after
a few minutes, nearly every seat
was occupied. The exercises here
consisted of declamation, recitation
and reading of compositions. After
an opening chorus, "Sweet and
Low," by the Glee Club, E. E.
Mossman took the platform and
gave a declamation on the Ruins of
Time a very creditable effort.
Then came a beautiful essay, listen
ed to witli breathless attention, on
the Fairies of Manna Kea by Lilian
Lyman. A composition on the Ap
plication of Electricity, by Walter
Dole, was read by Kate Rogers, the
writer being absent on account of
sickness. The telephone and elec
tric light were the improvements
chiefly discussed. Honolulu was
stated to have one telephone to
every forty inhabitants, being ex
ceeded in respect of telephone ac
commodation by only one city, in
the United States, having one to
every twenty-four. Next came little
Nettie in the Prison, prettily recited
by llattic Forbes. An interesting
essay on a Tour through England,
was read by Aimeo Mossman. Tra
vellers' chief points of observation
were intelligently noted. Arthur
Brown gave a declamation on Tact
and Talent, delivered in a clear and
forcible manner. Hawaiian Antiqui
ties was the subject of a splendid
composition read by Maria Forbes.
This paper contained some very in
teresting accounts of customs and
traditions of the olden time among
the Hawaiians. Horace Chamber
lain's declamation, "The Relief of
Leyden," a real word painting by
"an able writer, of one of tho most
thrilling events in European htstory,
was delivered iu good oratorical
style. May Dillingham's compo
sition, headed by the motto, "To
day we fashion destinj', Our web of
Fate wo spin," was a brilliant effort,
to which the reading did ample jus
tice. The extensive grasp of tho
imagination and humorous local
hits in this essay brought down tho
house in repeated outbursts , of
merriment. Addle Peterson's essay
on Classical Allusions gave uvidence
of frequent communings with the
great minds of poetic literature, as
well as an intelligent appreciation of
their excellencies. Emma Ronton
recited a grand eulogium ou the
Power of Christianity. The young
lady voiced the spirit of tho words iu
rich, and finely modulated tones.
A chorus l3' the school, "The
Sweet Briar Roso " closed the pro
gramme. Professor Merritt an
nounced that half an hour is devoted,
twice in each week, by the whole
school to Free-hand drawing. Speci
mens of tho students skill in this
branch were fixed on the walls- for
the inspection of visitors. Tbcso
specimens lind been liken, one from
each book, and afforded ample evi
dence of efficient service on tho part
of tho instructor as well as pro-
press on tho part of (ho
Tho drawing master is Mr.
neattx. The assemblage
next ten or fifteen minutes was
a gay scene of congratulations, good
byes, pleasant holidays to you, etc.,
etc. The busses appeared at the
door, teams were unhitched, and
busses, carriages, pedestrians and
all started homeward, nud so ended
a red-letter day in (he history of
Only a few scats in tho body of
tho linll remain untaken for the
farewell Montague-Turner concert
this evening. Thus n parting com
pliment is assured tho visiting lady
and gentleman, from the community,
which will send them away rejoicing
to their future English home. His
Majesty has given Mr. Turner a
letter of introduction to the Prince
of Wales, which will probably bo
the means of' obtaining a place for
the talented pair in the musical fes
tival to be held in London next
autumn. Tho Princess Liliuokalani,
at the Kaumakapili concert the
other evening, presented Miss Mon
tague with a beautiful gold bracelet,
suitably inscribed in Hawaiian, a9 a
token of esteem and fiicndship.
A ROYAL SERENADE.
A serenade was given last even
ing, under the auspices of His Ma
jesty and Ministers, to the Japanese
steamer's company quarantined out
side the reef. A detachment of the
Royal Band Went out with tho dis
tinguished party on board the tug
Eleu, and played selections as the
boat steamed round her big sister.
Gorgeous floral offerings to those on
board were made by the King and
the Premier. Blue lights were burn
ed and sky rockets discharged from
the Yamashiro Maru, and sonic of
tho company on board the latter
danced on the quarter deck to the
music of tho baud.
To-morrow will be "Children's
Day" at the Fort street Church. In
the morning the children will meet
witli the congregation for worship.
In the evening the service will be
largely choral ; there will be a con
cert exercise and recitations by the
young people, and addresses by Mr.
S. D. Fuller and the pastor. All
"Children's Day" at the Bethel
Union Church. At eleven o'clock,
interesting exercises by the Sunday
School and an address by the pas
tor. In the evening, 7:30 o'clock,
there will bo shown a moss-grown
tower, in which thirteen young ladies
will place chimes. There will be
addresses on the Sunday School by
Mr. S. D. Fuller and Mr. Frederick
T. Rouse, Jr., of Maui. All aro
Usual services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral. Rev. George Wallace
preaches in the morning, and Bishop
Willis, should he return home by
the morning steamer's arrival, in
The Hawaiian Bazaar, late Ten Cent
Store, is being generally sold out,
and must be entirely closed out be
fore July 15. Great reductions in
all goods. 53 lw
There is a castle near Milan, Italy,
which repeats an echo sixty times.
Travelers report that they never
heard its match outside of the mod
ern sewing circle.
MR. CHAS. IIOYT'S Shoeing Shop
is now reopened. Interfering
horses a specially. 29 tf
AVERY' COMFORTABLE and con.
ven lent house ou Kinau street, be
tween Pcusacola and Plikoi street-, con.
tabling three bedrooms, parlor, dining,
room, kitchen, pantry, baili.ronm,
stables, etc. Large garden. Rent, $40
per month. Possession given about
August 10th. For further paiticular.s
inquire of LYONS & LEVEY,
SO tf Auctioneers.
3IIHH AXXIH 3IOXTAJIIi:
Having arranged to leave for Euglaud
(via America) by the Ahimedu,
will give their
LAST CONCERT, ON
Saturday livening. Juno IV,
Concluding with two scenes, and the
last act of Gounod' masterpiece
Scene, ( ) Garden Scene.
Scene, FAUST Church Scene,
ct. ( ) Last Act.
Chorus and orchestra under the direc
tion of II. lii:uni:n.
Fuller particulars further. Box plan
opeo at J, E. Wiseman's ofllco at 0
o'clock Wednesday morning, Juno 24th.
Reserved Seats 1.50
Gcucial Admission 1.00
ONTO MY FREMlSKS.attliellalf.
Way House, Nuuanu Valley, on
Juno llh, one mome-colorrd liorfo
Tho owner can havn tho tame by paying
expensed and applying tn
' . WL-REY,
87 3t Half. V ay House.
HAS JUST RKCnVEI) per "Ala.
ineda" an Invoice of the Cutting
Packing Company's Standard Goods,
Fruit?, Jams, Jellies, Mlnco Meat,
Sauage Meat, Roast Beef. KoaM
Duck, Salmon, Pickles, Chow
Chow. Queen Oliver, Walnut Cat.
sup, Orango Blossom Honey, Apple
Butter, Pear Butter, Peach Butter,
Asparagus, Exti.iftf, etc., etc.
Also ou hand, a general assortment of
GROCERIES AND FEUD.
Which will lie sold as low as Hie lowest.
EST Telephone 110 50 2w
1776 I JULY FOURTH. I 1885
"Itally round Hie Fins, bora.
Hnlly onco ugnlu."
THE PLACE TO BALLY IS AT
J. M. OAT, JI., & CO.'S,
Where you can get a Flag from the
tizo of a saucer lo well, as large as
you like. Also,
Fourth, of July Ball !
That is Baseballs, to playaFouitii of
July match game, with
BATS TO MATCH.
Price of admission, accoiding to size.
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.,
50 td 25 Merchant Street.
Ev "Oricnto" and "Blrmah,"
Cases B.&N. "Key" Brand Gin
In Green Cases.
Cases " Straw-Berrij
15 Bottle in a Case.
Cases "Wertineau" Brandy,
These Goods, and a full assortment of
Aro offered for sale at veiy low; rates liy
LOVE JOY & CO.,
fiO 2w 1!) Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Lease ai Bool DeMs
12 O'CLOCK NOON, at my
Salesroom, Queen street, I will se.l
nt Public Aucuon the lease of tbe
ASIN PHKMIM'.S, on King stieet, op
nosito Alapai street, lotrelhor with build.
ings and improvements. Lease has 8
years to run. Rental, i?120 per annum.
Book debts owing to Chong Hung's
Honolulu store, amounting lo ?G0U ;
book debls owing to Clinng Hung's
Ewa store, amounting to $1,180 ; book
debts owing to Kwong On Tal Co,,
.Ntiiianu street, amounting to $2.0U0 ;
book debts owing to Sun Wo Co., Nun
nun fctreet, amounting to $175 ; book
debts owing to Uomaii, Nuuanu street,
amounting to $9:10. Specillcations of
the above debts, and the books pertain
ing to them, may bo seen at the office of
K. P. ABJAMS, Auctioneer.
EST TERMS CASH. 54 3t
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
sons given In 3Iariuc, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph and
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. Ploweis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Kelt, Silk, Leather, Hair, Crjstal, tfca.
thcr and Flsliscalu. All kinds of Em
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, etc, ap
ply to A. M. BURKE,
H'.t 3m Temple of Fashion.
AVING obtained the services of a
lirt-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform the public that wo arc ablu to
Tunc and Repair Pianos at fhort notice.
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to. and nil work warranted.
10:12 1y WEST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
VXTiTH West, Dow & Co., wishes to
VV iuform the ladies and gcntlemeu
of Honolulu, that lie will taku a few
pupils on the Guitar. Anyone wishing
to learn will please apply at the store.
. 31. CARTER,
AOHST TO TAKE
Acknowledgments lo Labor Contracts.
Office with Mr. KMibourno. 00S 8m
Pnocn A3IME .
Tuesday, June 3U, Fancy Skating by
Gentlemen. Prize, 310; same coadl.
tlon9 as 23rd,
1019 8m D. P. SMITH, Proprietor.
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite tho Church), is prepared to
execute nil oidcrs for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended to, nnd chaigej
strictly moderate. 40 am
The Pine' American Hark
A. W. NEWELL Master
Duo at tills port on the
lOtli .July ISex,
Will have immediate despatch for Hong
For freight or pastagc apply lo
43 tlw C. BKEWKR & Co., Queen St.
FOURTH OF JEY RACES
TO Ui: IIULD AT
Under the Auspices of the
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB !
Uaces commence at 2 o'clock p.m. sharp.
KACU Xo. 1.
AMERICAN CUP-575 added. Half
mile dash; fiee for all; weight for age.
BACK Xo. a.
KAPIOLANI PUHSE-$100. Mile
dash; for Hawaiian bred horses; weight
itACi: Xo. a.
AMATEUR CUP Trotting or pacing;
best two in three; for members of the
Jockey Club only.
HACK Xo. 4.
FOURTH Ol" JULY CUP Milo dash ;
a sweepstake of f,0 added for named
horses; weight for age.
HACK Xo. 5.
KALAKAUA PURSE ?1C0. Two
mile dash; free for all; weight for age.
Entries close on Wednesday, July 1st,
at 2 o'clock p.m., at the olilce of the
Secretary, witli the exception of race
Xo. 4. CO BEROER, Sec'y.
Will be open every afternoon and even
ings as follows:
Monday, IWiliicHdny, TliurHilny nnd
To the public in general.
Titomluy and Friday KveulncH, and
IVcdiirKday and Hnturdny
For ladies and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
June !i0 Polo between the Myrtles and
July -1 A Pig Hunt for a prize.
July 7 Polo between Yosemlles and
July 10 Pop Corn Party.
July M Polo between
July 19 Neck-Tie Party
f 5 prize for
July 21 Polo between Yosemites
Alerts for prize.
July 21 Ham Runt ; prize.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for natives.
July 28 Two mile Race for prize.
July Ul Grand Mask on skateH. Full
description given iu time.
Fancy skater.-, mubt look out for the
month of August.
Dancing ow'ry Friday evening from
!) to 10.
3Uhlo ly tho Ulliul,
Every Tuesday, Friday nnd Saturday
Evening; also nt the Wednesday Ma.
tincc. T. E. WALL, Manager.
A BARGAIN !
J. A. DOWER
TXfILL HELL, to close the ipiurtcr
V T and make room for a new de.
TWO NEW SURF BOATS,
20 and 22 feet long, respectlvilv ; built
without butts or Ioluts in tho'tlmbers,
sides, planks and gunwales. These
boats aro open to Inspection and com.
petition Willi any. I elalm for these
two boats that they aro not only
SUPERIOR m BUILD,
tlioy will pay the buyer, the coun-
try and thu
builder better man any
oher boats, aud can bo sold for less
money iu cash, from advantages pained
by an Invention of my own, and open
to others iu this Kingdom for a trifling
Mutual Telephone No, S2S. 38 lm
Yosemite Mm liit