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FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1385.
OCEANIC S. 3. GO.
I'OIl BAN FIIASCISCO.
Mariposa Leaves llenolulu, July 18
Alameda... . .Leaves Honolulu. August 1
PACIFIC MAIL 3.S. CO.
10K SAN FIIAKC1SCO.
Stmr Austrnllri July 5
roil AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY!
StrarOlty of Sydney July 11
Schr Rainbow lor Koolnu
Schr J C Ford from S V
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Blrinah for Portland, Or
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr .1 1 Dowsett for Molokal
Stmr Lchua for Knhulut
Schr Rainbow for Koolnu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uarkcntino Ella, Howe
Brit Bk Blriuah, Jcness
13k Julia Ford, llurgcinun
Fr Bk Louis IX, Labour
Tbc Lchua arrives to-morrow morn
ing from Knhulul and the Kinau at 7
o'clock to-morrow morning from Wind
The stmr Mokolli Is now due from
The stmr Kllauca Hon left here a
week ago to-day for Windward Ports.
She Is expected to arrive here to-mor-vow.
The J. D. 'Spreckcls will bo loaded
and off before the Mariposa arrives.
Schr Rainbow brought 5S3 bags of
The Likclike is docked near the llsli
market, where a crane is put up to take
out her old boiler and to put in the new
The schr Kaplolanl that went to the
S S Islands a few months ago in the in
terest of the Tacillc Navigation Com
pany Is not expected to return.
The bark Blrmah sails to-morrow for
The Becd is off the railway. She is
having the partners for a new main
mast put in. Her time of sailing for
the S S Islands Is not yet known.
The schr American Girl sailed this
morning for Walanae, to load sugar for
Of consumption, at the Queen's Hos
pital, July 3rd, 1883, E. L. Harvey,
aged 38 years.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Hukraii for the Fourth.
Mb. Jacob Fisher keeps still im
proving. No Bulletin will be issued to
morrow. Go to Oats' for flags. Plenty of
The Y. M. C. A. Arithmetic class
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Enjoy yourselves to-morrow : the
glorious Fourth comes but once a
Mammalia of the Hawaiian Islands,
by Ilattic Hitchcock, on fourth
page ; selections on first.
The Supreme Court will be closed
to-morrow. The July term opens
on Monday at 10 o'clock.
Fancy skating contest at Central
Park Skating Rink to-night, for
prize of 810, by gentlemen.
. o -
Gospel temperance meeting at tho
Bethel Union Church vestry to-mor-row
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tiik nastor will lead the Young
People's prayer meeting at the
Bethel lecture room this evening.
A meeting of the Stranger's Friend
S Society will be held on Monday at
11 a. m., at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
By order of His Excellency the
,f ' Minister of the Interior the Govern
ment offices will be closed to-morrow.
A meeting of Polynesian Encamp
ment will bo held this evening at
7:30 o'clock. Business, installation.
The cabin passengers on board
the Japanese steamer Yamnshiro
Mam were released from quarantine
Phoguammes of to-morrow's races
at the Park can bo obtained at tho
offices of Messrs. C. O. Bcrgcr and
J. E. Wiseman.
Secuetauy Berger says the first
race will start punctually at 2
o'clock, and no delay will be allowed.
Glad to hear it.
Mit. and Mrs. John H. Paty cave
a reception last evening at their resi
dence, Judd street, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Iloffnung.
Mit. J, TS. "Wiseman lias a number
of hand-painted badges in American
colors, for sale at fifty cents each.
Make early application for them.
Do not forget that tho Australia
will probably arrive Sunday after
noon and take a mail to tho Coast.
This is to remind letter writers.
Those persons who havo subscrib
ed on tho Hotel list, or with tlio
Finance Committee, arc requested to
call early and pay their subscriptions.
This noon, His Majesty tho King
gave an audience, to H.I. J. M.'s
Special Commissioner who recently
arrived by tho Japanese steamer
Ynmishtro Maru. Full particulars
In our By Authority column.
The dancing which usually takes
place at the Yosemlto Skating Rink
on Friday evenings will -be omitted
this evening. To-inorrow evening
will be tho fun of tho season, as tho
proprietor announces a pig hunt for
In the Supreme Court yesterday,
at Chambers, before Mr. Justice
McCully, in the matter of guardian
ship of J. E. Chamberlain and E. E.
Lyman, it wns ordered that letters
of guardianship be issued to F. S.
Tins morning the Chinese boy,
assistant cook for the sailors on the
bark Centaur, made too big a firo in
the stove of the cook-house. Tho
result was the flames ascended to
the roof and set it on fire. It was
put out without much trouble.
The Advertiser this morning
wrongly states that the first celebra
tion in Honolulu of the independence
of the United States took place in
1882. Mort Oat says he has been
on the islands some thirty years,
and he knows it has been celebrated
every one of those years.
The Now London Day, which has
twice recently erred in announcing
tho death of people, the last victim
being the son of Captain Emmons,
announced that hereafter 11113' young
man bringing news of a death at any
hour so late as to make verification
impracticable, must be accompanied
by the remains, not necessarily for
publication, but as a guaranty of
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoe3, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, dircctfrom
Winsor& Newton, London, per bark
Orienle. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. C2 3t
West, Dow & Co. will keep their
store open this evening till 8 o'clock,
to-morrow morning from G to 8, and
afternoon from 5 to G. Those wish
ing to get flags and fireworks can do
so in those hours. 63 It
This morning at 4 o'clock Edward
Lorenz Harvey died at the Queen's
Hospital of consumption. The de
ceased was a native of Boston, Mass.,
and came to these islands about
twenty years ago, and entered the
store of Bolles & Co. He had
worked in many different places on
the islands, and at one time was
book-keeper for Allen & Robinson.
For the past three months he had
been employed at the Halawa Plan
tation, but had to give up on account
of ill health, and came to Honolulu
and entered the Queen's Hospital.
He was about thirty-eight years of
age. His funeral takes place this
afternoon nnder the auspices of the
G. A. R., at 3.30 o'clock.
BETHEL SOCIAL UNION.
The sociable at the Bethel Union
Church last evening was well at
tended and much enjoyed. Mr. B.
F. Dillingham announced the pro
gramme of exercises. Instrumental
music was furnished by Miss May
Dillingham. Mrs. E. C. Oggel had
chatgo of the literary part. There
was first tho debate on tho right of
woman to the ballot. Mrs. II. M.
Whitney conducted the affirmative
and handled her subject ably. Her
opponent, Mr. Jay Greene, admitted
it and said he would do the best he
could. He argued like a lawyer and
throw in an ocasional flight of elo
quence. The audience took n vote
and the affirmative had it by 14 ma
jority. The Rev. Geo. Wallace read
a paper on the travels of a New Jer
sey family in England, which called
forth much and merry laughter.
Refreshments were served by the
ladies. All had a good time.
It was reported round town this
morning that a family residing on
Hotel street had been poisoned
through eating tinned coined beef.
Tho facts arc theso: a barber's shop
and dress-malting establishmenthavo
been opened in the store on Hotel
street, lately occupied by Frank
Gertz. Tho proprietor and Ills wife,
with two children,resido there. Tho
other day, they had some tinned
corned beef, and, instead of taking
what was left out of the tin, left it
in and yesterday tlicy finished it.
They were soon afterwards seized
with sickness and Dr. Brodio was at
once called and attended to them.
They are much better to-day, though
the man says ho still feels a little
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
The 109th anniversary of Ameri
can Independence will bo celcbrnted
in this city in a becoming manner.
Tho programme really commences
to-night, with a grand ball at Music
Hall, for which a largo number of
invitations have been issued. At
sunrise to-morrow there will be the
usual ringing of bells. Tho Anti
ques and Horribles will parade,
leaving the vacant lot adjoining
Dodd's stables at 5 o'clock. The
line of inarch will be through Hotel,
Nuuanu, King, Punchbowl, Bcrc
tania, Fort, School, Nuuanu, Hotel
and Fort streets, in the order named,
to tho point of starting, whero the
procession will be dismissed. Mr.
Dodd has put a wall of canvas on
the outside of tho lot to hide the
Antiques and Horribles from public
view until they arc ready to start.
At 10 o'clock there will be n match
game of baseball at Makiki between
tho Honolulus and Pacifies. The
exercises at Kaplolani Park will com
mence at 11 o'clock. The Com
mittee have arranged for supplying
transportation by Dodd's busses to
and from tho Park, moro particu
larly for ladies and childrcu. Tickets
for there and return will bo supplied
to those who make application nt
Mr. J. E. Wiseman's office, Mer
chant street, to-day or early to
morrow morning. Conductors will
bo in charge of the busses. The
latter leave Hall's corner at 8 o'clock,
following one another in quick suc
cession until 11 o'clock. The fol
lowing is the order of the exer
cises: Fourth of July March Koyal Band
Opening Prayer Rev. J. A. Cru.an
Patriotic Song "America"
His Ex. Geo. W. Merrill
Patriotic Song "Glory Hallelujah"
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence Mr. W. A. Kinney
Overture "America" Koyal Bauil
Speech by Young America
"Marching Through Georgia"
Several Impromptu Addresses
"Tramp, Tramp, Tramp"
Oration Mr. II. N. Castle
"Star Spangled Banner"
Medley of Patriotic Songs.. Koyal Band
The programmes, which have been
printed at this office, contain the
words of the songs. A national
salute will be fired from the shore
buttery at noon. At 2 o'clock in
the afternoon the races will com
mence at the Park. The programme
contains five events, all of which arc
well filled and some exciting finishes
may be looked for. The second
game of baseball will take place at
the same hour between the Occanics
and Married Men.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Tho Board of Representatives of
the above department held their
regular meeting last evening at the
rooms of Engine Co. No. 2. There
was a full attendance. The China
man of the committee appointed to
investigate with regard to the chair
man effigy, reported progress. The
Foreman of the -Pacific Hose Co.,
on this committee, was allowed to
withdraw his name and W. E. Her
rick was appointed in his stead. It
is expected the matter will die a
natural death, as it ought to. One
of the new heaters attached to No. 2
engine was examined and gave every
satisfaction. The other business
was of the usual routine character.
Leong Pang, the Chinaman who
is charged with importing the 2,200
tins of opium into the country b'
the bark Centaur from Hongkong,
was brought up this morning in the
Police Court and then further re
manded until the 10th at the request
of his counsel. It is expected that
no defense will bo offered, and the
remand will give the defendant time
to fix up his business affairs in good
The usual gospel praise service at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall at G.30 i m.
High mass at tho Roman Catholic
Cathedral at 10 a. m., vespers at
4.30 i 31.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral, tho
Bishop preaches a't 11 a. m. and
Rev. George Wallace at 7.30 r. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
At Fort Street Church Sunday
morning tho pastor will preach. In
tho evening Mr. Cruzan's sermon,
suggested by tho American anniver
sary of the Fourth of July, will havo
for its theme, "National Perpe
tuity." All arc invited.
Services at tho Bethel Union
Church Sunday as follows: At 9.45
Sunday school. Mrs. Hiram Bing
ham will address the school on Mi
cronesia. Public worship at 11
o'clock. Reception of new mem
bers. Tho sacraments of baptism
and the Lord's supper will bo ad
ministered. In tho evening Mr.
Oggel, the pastor, will preach tho
closing sermon on "Tho Lord's
Prayer," the last one before his va
cation. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to these services.
Such is tho universally charitable
nature of. woman that when she
finds a man who has no mind of his
own she is always willing to give
him a piece of hers.
Mocpali pleaded guilty to a
chargo of drunkenness and was
fined 85 and 81 costs. J. W.
Mitchell, for tho samo offense, was
remanded until the 4th. John Ac
laraa and Ano (w.) were charged
with adultery. Tho former was
fined 830, the latter 85 ; costs 82.50
each. Ah Lo, for riding faster
than a walk over a bridge, forfeited
bail of 85. Lock Hee, Ah Hoon
and Ah Chung were tried for assault
and battery on Ah Lung. Tho
wholo trouble nroso out of water
rights, from which tho Court has
been frco for a long time. Lock
Hee, being tho worst, was fined 815,
and the other two 810 each. An
appeal was noted to the Intermedi
ary Court. Lcoug Pang, for im
porting opium into the Kingdom,
was remanded until the 10th. Ki
mokeo, charged under Chapter 30,
Section 1, laws of 1882, was com
mitted to prison with hard labor
until September 13th.
Franz Abt is to have a monument
The ninth annual meeting of the
Music Teachers' National Associa
tion is being held in New York this
An Italian lady flute player,
Maria Biancchini, is making n sensa
tion in Milan by her wonderful exe
cution. At Florence, Italy, a concert was
lately given with an orchestra of
mandolines, citcrns, lutes, guitars
and harps only. ,
Lauro Rossi, the Italian com
poser, is dead, aged seventy-three
years. He had, in his long musical
career, composed twenty - eight
Everywhere, new musical papers
are appearing. One is announced
at Buenos Ayres, S. A., one at
Perma, Sicily, several have appeared
in American cities, and new ones
are always appearing in Germany.
J. E. Carpenter, England's most
prolific song writer, died recently.
During the last half century he has
written about 2,500 songs and
ducts. "What are the wild waves
saying?" is regarded as his most
SUGAR CROWING DEAR.
After three months of great dul
ncss in the sugar trade, during which
sugar has sold lower than ever be
fore, an advance in price has begun
which has given some activity to the
market. Raw cane sugar has gone
up five-eighths to three-quarters of a
cent a pound in this city and from
one and a half to one and five
eighths of a cent a pound in Londi n,
and Friday's Havana steamer carrii d
8250,000 in gold to the sugar plan
ters in Havana, to be used in pre
paring for increased acreage in the
Speaking of the cause of the sud
den advance, a prominent member
of the trade said on Friday:
"Nearly one-half the sugar supply
of the world consists of beet root
sugar. It is grown in Germany and
Franco principally, and is the only
sugar used on the Continent of
Europe. England and the United
States are about the only users of
cane sugar. Year before last nbout
two and a half million tons of beet
sugar was made, and the price was
so low that the growers were dis
couraged, and, consequently, last
year there was much less planting,
and tho yield was reduced about
twenty percent, it is said, the crop
last year being 130,000 tons less
than the j'ear preceding. All the
European governments protect the
manufacture of sugar by giving a
bounty and levying a duty on sugar
imported from other countries.
" The cause of the recent advance
in our sugar is probably to bo found
in the fact that the decreased pro
duction of beet root has begun to be
felt in Europe and they are sending
to us for
sugar." JV. Y.
The poet Whittier once lent a
volume of Plato to one of the neigh
boring farmers, and when the book
was returned asked, "Well, friend,
how did thee liko my friend Plato ?"
"First-rate," said tho farmer. "I
sec he's got some of my ulecs."
The extreme depth of misery is a
small boy with a new pair of boots
and no mud-puddle.
A painting is called a rare work
sometimes becauso it is not well
GOOD SEAMSTRESS. Apply nt
No, 130 Nuuanu street.
01 3t Mits. 11. McMillan;
A WOMAN to do general housework
in a family. A coinfortublu home
and suitable wages promised. Apply at
this otlicc. U'2 tf
A VERY FINE CONSIGNMENT of
For salo by
II. J. NOLTE,
JJ'or ftSalo Olieap,
A GOOD SADDLE HORSE. Applv
to C. B. MILES,
01 Ot Cor. Punchbowl & Queen Sts.
Ol'iillp ilUll Llllill Tl'BBS.
TIIESE TREE3 nro of tho very best
kinde. ONE DOLLAR EACH.
For sale by
NOW LANDING !
SUGAR BAGS, "
Best sizes and quality.
FlooringTiles for Garden Walks;
Three Colors. '
EJai tlie invar e ,
Pipes Suitable for Drains.
Square & Arched Firo Bricks;
Corrugated Iron Roofing;
Velvet & Tapestry Centre
ZR.ugs Ac Mats.
Apply to TIIEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
A BARGAIN !
J. A. DOWER
WILL SELL, to close the quarter
and make room for a new de
parture, TWO NEW SURF BOATS,
20 and 22 feet long, respectively ; built
without butts or joints In the timbers,
sides, planks and gunwales. These
boats are open to inspection and com
petition with any. 1 claim for these
two boats that they are not only
SUPERIOR IN" BUILD,
But they will pay the buyer, the coun
try and tho builder better than any
other boats, and can be sold for less
money in cush, from advantages gained
tiy an invention oT my own, and open
to others in this Kingdom for a trifling
Mutual Telephone No. 325. 39 lm
For Portland, Or., Direct.
THE Al BRITISH IKON BARK
Will have quick dispatch for the abovo
port. For lreight or passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
02 2t Agents.
Ex "Oricntc" and "Blrmah,"
Cases B. & N. "Key" Brand Gin
In Green Case.
Cases " Straw-Berrij " Gin,
10 Po'tlcs in a Case.
Cases "Wertineau" Brandy,
These Goods, and a full assortment of
Are oflcred for sale at very low rates by
LOYEJOY & CO.,
00 2w 10 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, II. I.
WHICH OOE8 INTO
Most of the Houses
EASY RATES I
A SECOND-HAND HAND ORGAN,
In good order. Call at
GON3ALYE3 & CO.,
fiU lw Hotel street.
"TR. CHAS. HOYT'S Shooing Shop
LtX is now rc-opencd. Interfering
horses a specialty. 20 tf
A Good Pasture for Horses,
NEAR TOWN, at $2 60 per month.
Pasture securely fenced, and no
sick horses accepted. Apply to A. A.
MONTANO, at Manoa Valley, or orders
can bo left at Mclntyrc & Brother's
grocery store, corner of Fort and King
streets. 59 3m
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to Inform tho public that wo arc able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at fhort notice.
All orders lelt with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1032 ly AVEST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West, Dow & Co., wishes to
inform tho ladles and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will take a few
pupils on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to learn will plcaso apply at the store.
The undersigned having
taken chargo of Baggage
Express No. 34. for the
tmrnnsc! of currvinir nil tlin Exnrnsa mid
Dray business, hopes by paying strict
attention to business to receive a share
of public patronuge.
EST Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTONE A. ICEUMI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Be
Orders may be left with C. Hammer,
or West, Dow & Co., Telephone) 17U.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les
sons given in Marine, Landscape,
.Mock Kensington, Photograph and
Crayon Painting in Oil unci Water
Colors. Flowcis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, Fea
titer and Fishscalc. 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,
3!) 3m Temple of Fashion.
Tho Fine American Bark
A. W. NEWELL Master
Duo at this port on the
lOtli July Next,
Will have immediate despatch for Hong
For freight or pas'ago apply to j
43 Cw C. BREWER & Co., Qnoen St.
FOURTH OF JULY RACES
TO HE HELD AT
Under the Auspices of the
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB !
Races commence at 2 o'clock p.m. sharp.
ItACK Sfo. 1.
AMERICAN CUP $75 nddeL Half
mile dash; free for all; weight for age.
HACK Sfo. a.
KAPIOLANI PURSE-?100. Mile
dash; for Hawaiian bred horses; weight
JtAVK Xo. :t.
AMATEUR CUP Trotting or pacing;
best two in three; for members of the
Jockey Club only.
haci: o. 4.
FOURTH OF JULY CUP Mile dash;
a sweepstake of $00 added for named
horses ; weight for age.
HACK Xo. S.
KALAKAUA PURSE $1G0. Two
mile dash; free for all; weight for age.
Entries close on Wednesday, July lbt,
at 2 o'clock p.m., at the ol'licu of the
Secretary, with tho exception of race
No. 4. O. O. BERGER, Scc'y.
New Route to the Volcano !
rpHE Steamer KINAU, King Com
JL inander, will Icavo Honolulu on
Tuesday, June 23rd, for Keauhou, tho
Now Volcano Landing, and thereafter
upon the first Tuesday after tho arrival
of the Alameda and Mariposa, duo here
tho 8th and '.:2ml of each month,
Wo oiler passengers Tiiitouaii tickkts
for tho sum of kikty doi.i.aub alt,
cKAiior.fl l-Ain; allowing pas-cngers
twenty.four hours time at tho Volcano
House, and returning to Honolulu on
Only rouiiTtisN mii-us fkom the
BTEAMKIl TO TIIF. Vol CANO, OVCr II good
road less than half tho dUtanco of any
On all trips except Volcauo trips, the
KINAU will run her regular time tnhlc,
going to Hiloaud returning to Hono
lulu at 10 a.m. Saturdays On .Volcano
trips, passengers from Luunahochoe
must take the steamer on up trips. Pas
seugers can remain on hoard orfetop over
at llllo until Friday at 0 a.m., as they
All further particulars given at the
WIJLDUll'M STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, June 12, 1885,
liters Slmslup. Co.